Hyundai Sonata: TPMS Receiver. Description and Operation - Tire Pressure Monitoring System - Suspension SystemHyundai Sonata: TPMS Receiver. Description and Operation

Description

1.
Mode
(1)
Virgin State
A.
The receiver as a sole part is shipped in this state. Replacement parts should therefore arrive in this state.
B.
In this state, there is no Auto-Location, no sensor wake-up, no sensor monitoring and no DTC monitoring..
C.
The state indicates that platform specific parameters must be written to the receiver and that sensors are un-learned.
(2)
Normal State
A.
In order for tire inflation state and DTC monitoring to occur, the receiver must be in this state.
B.
In this state, automatic sensor location is enabled.
2.
Overview
A.
Sends LF command data to initiators.
B.
Controls sensor state:
Ignition on - Normal Delayed
Ignition off - Storage.
C.
Auto-Locates sensors.
D.
E.
Receives RF data from sensor.
F.
Uses sensor data to decide whether to turn on TREAD Lamp.
G.
Uses sensor information, distance traveled, background noise levels, Auto-learn status, short circuit output status, vehicle battery level, internal receiver states to determine if there is a system or a vehicle fault.

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