Hyundai Sonata: TPMS Receiver. Repair procedures - Tire Pressure Monitoring System - Suspension SystemHyundai Sonata: TPMS Receiver. Repair procedures

Replacement

When the receiver first arrives for replacement:
1)
It will be in Virgin State.
2)
It will not be configured for any specific platform.
3)
It will not have any sensor ID's memorized.
It is important to make sure that the correct receiver is used to replace the faulty part i.e. it must be Low Line in order to have the correct inflation warning thresholds set.
1.
Disconnect vehicle battery.
2.
Remove the crash pad garnish. (Refer to BD group - " Crash Pad")
3.
Remove the center facia panel. (Refer to BD group - " Crash Pad")
4.
Remove faulty part and fit bracket assembly to new part.

5.
Secure new part to vehicle and fit connector.
6.
Re-connect battery and turn Ignition on.
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