Hyundai Genesis: Indicators And Gauges / Instrument Cluster Repair procedures

Removal
   
Special care is needed for the following points in case of working with the non-gloss timber trimming.
Apply the protective tape to the tool when disassembling the components with the screwdriver or remover.
Use caution in keeping and handling during disassembling/assembling because it is easily contaminated with lubricant and oil.
Use caution for the crash pad garnish and door trim upper garnish made of timber (Real wood) because they can be scratched or picked.
1.
Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.
2.
Remove the Lower panel crash pad.
3.
Remove the driver crash pad under the cover.
4.
Remove the shroud upper shroud panel.
5.
Cluster fascia Upper panel and Remove the cluster fascia panel.
6.
Loosen the mounting screw (4), Remove the instrument panel (A).

7.
Remove the instrument panel connector, Remove the instrument panel.
Installation
1.
Install the instrument cluster.
2.
Install the cluster fascia upper panel and cluster fascia panel.
3.
Install the shroud upper panel.
4.
Install the driver crash pad under cover.
5.
Install the crash pad lower panel.
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
SJB
(Gateway)
1.
Multifunction switch
2.
BCM
3.
SJB
4.
CAN failure
2

Turnsignal (Right)
Green
CAN
SJB
(Gateway)
1.
Multifunction switch
2.
BCM
3.
SJB
4.
CAN failure
3

Tail Lamp
Green
CAN
SJB
(Gateway)
1.
Multifunction switch
2.
BCM
3.
SJB
4.
CAN failure
4

Fog Lamp
Green
CAN
SJB
(Gateway)
1.
Multifunction switch
2.
BCM
3.
SJB
4.
CAN failure
5

High Beam
Blue
CAN
SJB
(Gateway)
1.
Multifunction switch
2.
BCM
3.
SJB
4.
CAN failure
6

Warning
Yellow
CAN
+
Hard-wired
BSD
1.
BSD System
2.
CAN failure
PSB
1.
PSB System
2.
SJB
3.
CAN failure
SCC
ECS
1.
A.
SCC System
B.
AEB System
C.
LDWS System
D.
AHLS System
E.
TPMS System
F.
HSWS System
2.
CAN failure
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
SJB
(Gateway)
1.
SMK System
2.
SJB
3.
CAN failure
4.
Hard-wired
11

Parking Brake
Brake Fluid
EBD
EPB
EVP
Red
CAN
SJB
(Gateway)
1.
IGPM
2.
VDC System
3.
EPB System
4.
CAN failure
5.
Parking Brake Switch
6.
Brake Oil lever sensor
EBD
EPB
12

ABS
Yellow
CAN
ABS
1.
VDC System
2.
CAN failure
13

ESC
Yellow
CAN
TCS
1.
VDC System
2.
CAN failure
14

ESC Off
Yellow
CAN
TCS
1.
VDC System
2.
CAN failure
15

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

Auto Hold
White
CAN
VDC
1.
VDC System
2.
CAN failure
Yellow
Green
17

Seat Belt
Red
CAN
SJB
(Gateway)
1.
SJB
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 ??
3.
CAN failure
21

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

4WD
Yellow
CAN
4WD
1.
4WD ECU
2.
CAN failure
23

Fuel Warning
Yellow
Direct
(Micom)
Fuel Segment
1.
Fuel Segment Failure
2.
Wiring Failure
24

Door Open
Red
CAN
SJB
(Gateway)
1.
SJB
2.
CAN failure
3.
Door Sensor/switch
25

Trunk Open
Yellow
CAN
SJB
(Gateway)
1.
SJB
2.
CAN failure
3.
Trunk Module
26

ECO
Green
CAN
ECO Mode
1.
Drive Mode Switch
2.
ECM System
3.
TCU System
27

SPORT
Yellow
CAN
SPORT Mode
1.
Drive Mode Switch
2.
ECM System
3.
TCU System
28

SNOW
White
CAN
SNOW Mode
1.
Drive Mode Switch
2.
ECM System
3.
TCU System
29

AEB
Yellow
CAN
AEB Fail
1.
SCC System
2.
CAN failure

2.
Check point (Gauge)
NO
Name
Signal Input
Signal Control
(Unit/Sensor)
Check Point
1
Speedometer
C-CAN
TCU
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
1)
CAN Line failure
7
Compass
MM-CAN
HU
1)
CAN Line failure
8
Outside temperature
C-CAN
DATC
1)
CAN Line failure

3.
Other cluster check list
(1)
USM (User Setting Mode)
USM setting process (mode: 24)
Setting can be changed by using the buttons of the steering switch. The items include In/out Seat Synchronization, vAuto Door Lock, Auto Door Lock Deactivate, Head Lamp Escort, Welcome Light, Welcome Sound, Triple Turn Signal, Average Fuel Consumption Auto Reset, HUD Height Adjustment, Brightness, and Content Setup. These items can be set and changed.
Diagnosis with GDS
1.
It will be able to diagnose defects of CLU with GDS quickly. GDS can operates actuator forcefully, input/output value monitoring and self diagnosis.
2.
Select model and "BCM".
3.
Select the "Cluster Moduel" to check.
4.
Select "Input/output monitoring", if you will check current data of instrument cluster.
5.
If you will check each module data operation forcefully, select "Actuation test".

CLU Variant Coding
After replacing the cluster with a new one, must be performed the “Variant Coding” procedure.
1.
Connect the cable of GDS to the data link connector in driver side crash pad lower panel, turn the power on GDS.
2.
Select model and "BCM".
3.
Select Variant coding mode to perform.

4.
If the trouble codes occurred when performing variant coding, try the CLU variant coding again after checking the installation status of CLU system.

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