Hyundai Sonata: Instrument Cluster Repair procedures - Indicators And Gauges - Body Electrical SystemHyundai Sonata: Instrument Cluster Repair procedures

Removal
   
Put on gloves to protect your hands.
When prying with a flat-tip screwdriver, wrap it with protective tape, and apply protective tape around the related parts, to prevent damage.
1.
Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.
2.
Remove the cluster fascia panel.
(Refer to Body - "Cluster Fascia Panel")
3.
Separate the instrument cluster (A) after loosening the mounting screws.

4.
Remover the instrument cluster (A) after disconnect the cluster connector (B).

Installation
1.
Install the cluster after connect the cluster connectors.
2.
Install the cluster fascia panel.
3.
Connect the negative (-) battery terminal.
   
Perform variant coding after exchanging the instrument cluster.
Inspection
1.
Check point (Warning indicator)
   
Fault conditions and normal operating conditions, refer to the owner's manual.
No
Ref Symbol
Name
Color
Signal Input
Signal
Control
Check point
1

Turnsignal
(Left)
Green
CAN
BCM
(Gateway)
1.
Multifunction Switch
2.
BCM
3.
CAN Failure
2

Turnsignal
(Right)
Green
CAN
BCM
(Gateway)
1.
Multifunction Switch
2.
BCM
3.
CAN Failure
3

Tail Lamp
Green
CAN
BCM
(Gateway)
1.
Multifunction Switch
2.
BCM
3.
CAN Failure
4

Fog Lamp
Green
CAN
BCM
(Gateway)
1.
Multifunction Switch
2.
BCM
3.
CAN Failure
5

High Beam
Blue
CAN
BCM
(Gateway)
1.
Multifunction Switch
2.
BCM
3.
CAN Failure
6

Warning
Yellow
CAN
BSD
1.
BSD System
2.
CAN Failure
TPMS
1.
TPMS System
2.
CAN Failure
SCC
1.
SCC System
2.
CAN Failure
LDWS
1.
LDWS System
2.
CAN Failure
FCW
1.
FCW System
2.
CAN Failure
HBA
1.
HBA System
2.
CAN Failure
BCM
1.
Exterior Lamp
2.
BCM
3.
CAN Failure
Hard-wired
Low Washer
1.
Whasher fluid lever sensor
2.
Wiring Failure
Digital Input
Reminders when service checks
7

Battery Charge
Red
Hard-wired
Alternator
1.
Alternator
2.
Wiring Failure
3.
Battery
8

Oil Pressure
Red
Hard-wired
ECM
1.
Oil Pressure Sensor
2.
Wiring Failure
3.
ECM
4.
CAN Failure
9

Check Engine
Yellow
CAN
ECM
1.
ECM
2.
CAN Failure
10

Immobilizer
Yellow
CAN
+
Hard-wired
IMMOBILIZER
SMK
1.
Immobilzer System
2.
SMK
3.
BCM
4.
CAN Failure
5.
Hard-wired
11

Parking Brake
Brake Fluid
EBD
EPB
EVP
Red
CAN
BCM
(Gateway)
EBD
EPB
EVP
ABS
TCS
1.
BCM
2.
ABS System
3.
EPB System
4.
CAN Failure
5.
Parking Brake Switch
6.
Brake Oil Lever Sensor
12

ABS
Yellow
CAN
ABS
1.
ABS System
2.
CAN Failure
13

ESC
Yellow
CAN
TCS
1.
ABS System
2.
CAN Failure
14

ESC Off
Yellow
CAN
TCS
1.
ABS System
2.
CAN Failure
15

EPB
Yellow
CAN
EPB
1.
EPB System
2.
CAN Failure
16

Auto Hold
White
Yellow
Green
CAN
TCS
1.
TCS System
2.
CAN Failure
17

Seat Belt
Red
CAN
BCM
(Gateway)
1.
BCM
2.
CAN Failure
18

Airbag
Red
CAN
SRSCM
1.
SRSCM System
2.
CAN Failure
19

EPS
(MDPS)
Red
CAN
MDPS
1.
MDPS Unit System
2.
MDPS Motor
3.
CAN Failure
20

TPMS
Yellow
CAN
TPMS
1.
TPMS System
2.
TPMS Sensor
3.
CAN Failure
21

LDWS
Green
Yellow
White
CAN
LDWS
1.
LDWS System
2.
CAN Failure
22

Fuel Warning
Yellow
Direct
(Micom)
Fuel Sender
1.
Fuel Sendar Failure
2.
Wiring Failure
23

Door Open
Red
CAN
BCM
(Gateway)
1.
BCM
2.
CAN Failure
3.
Door Sensor/switch
24

ECO
Green
Hard-wired
ECO Mode
1.
Drive Mode Switch
2.
ECM System
3.
TCU System
25

SPORT
Yellow
Hard-wired
SPORT Mode
1.
Drive Mode Switch
2.
ECM System
3.
TCU System
26

CRUISE
Green
CAN
ECM
1.
ECM
2.
CAN Failure
27

SET
Green
CAN
ECM
1.
ECM
2.
CAN Failure
28

HBA
Green
CAN
LDWS
1.
HBA System
2.
CAN Failure

2.
Check point (Gauge)
No
Name
Signal Input
Signal Control
(Unit/Sensor)
Check Point
1
Speedometer
C-CAN
ABS/ESC
1) CAN Line failure
3
Tachometer
C-CAN
EMS
1) CAN Line failure
4
Cooling water temperature
C-CAN
EMS
1) CAN Line failure
5
Fuel
Hardwire
Fuel Sander
1) Fuel sender failure
2) Wiring failure
6
Shift lever indicator
C-CAN
TCU
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