Hyundai Sonata: AVN Head Unit. Components and Components Location - AVN System - Body Electrical System - Hyundai Sonata YF 2011-2019 Service ManualHyundai Sonata: AVN Head Unit. Components and Components Location

Components

AVN (A/V & Navigation) Head Unit Connector

Pin No.
Connector A
Connector B
Description
Remarks
Description
Remarks
1
 -
-
CAN H
Used for CAN network
2
 -
-
 -
 -
3
 -
-
 -
 -
4
 -
-
Steering remote control
Steel wheel remote control input
5
SP DIF ground
To EXT AMP
 -
 -
6
SP DIF (+)
To EXT AMP
 -
 -
7
ALT
ALT L
 -
 
8
Illumination (+)
Rheostat from vehicle (+)
AUX input (RH)
AUX ST Sound R-CH Input
9
R Position
R Signal
AUX Ground
AUX ST sound ground
10
 -
-
MIC+ (Bluetooth)
Bluetooth hand free
11
 -
-
ACC (+)
ACC
12
NAVI AMP (-)
Used for voice recognition
Battery (+)
Fused battery power supply (10A)
13
NAVI AMP (+)
Used for voice recognition
CAN L
Used for CAN NETWORK
14
 -
 
Auto right
Auto right signal input
15
SP DIF (-)
To EXT AMP
P Position
P Position(TGS) signal from vehicle
16
DOOR
Door unlock signal
Speed
Speed signal from vehicle
17
Illumination (-)
Rheostat from vehicle (-)
Steering remote ground
Steel wheel remote control input
18
Remote antenna
Remote supply for motorised antenna
 -
 -
19
 
 -
 -
20
AUX DETECT
AUX connection DETECT
21
AUX input (LH)
AUX ST SOUND L-CH Input
22
MIC- (Bluetooth)
Bluetooth hand free
23
Ground
Ground
24
Ground
Ground


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