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Hyundai Veloster: TPMS Receiver. Repair procedures - Tire Pressure Monitoring System - Suspension SystemHyundai Veloster: 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 glove box.
(Refer to BD group - "Crash Pad")
3.
Remove faulty part and fit bracket assembly to new part.

4.
Secure new part to vehicle and fit connector.
5.
Re-connect battery and turn Ignition on.
6.
Check that TREAD Lamp flash rate matches Virgin State indication.
7.
After replacing the receiver, learn by using self-diagnosis device(GDS).

[Wheel Sensor ID Writing (Wireless) initialization]

[Wheel Sensor ID Writing (Wireless) 1]

[Wheel Sensor ID Writing (Wireless) 2]

Diagnosis procedure by using diagnostic device

Diagnosis procedure by using diagnostic device

As manual for diagnosis methods by using diagnosis device, the main contents are as follows:
1.
Connect self-diagnosis connector(16pins) located in the lower of driver side crash pad to self-diagnosis device, and then turn the self-diagnosis device after key is ON.
2.
Select the "vehicle model" and "TPMS" on GDS vehicle selection screen, then select OK.

[Vehicle name input initialization]

[Vehicle Name Writing 1]

[Vehicle Name Writing 2]

Check the specifications for the vehicle and the selected item option, press the OK button and enter is completed.
When you input the vehicle name, check the tire inch and exactly input inch option to device.

[Vehicle Name Writing 3]

[VIN input initialization]

[VIN Writing 1]

[VIN Writing 2]

[VIN Writing 3]


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