Hyundai Genesis: Tire Pressure Monitoring System / TPMS Receiver Repair procedures

Disconnect the negative (-) battery cable.
Remove the crash pad.
(Refer to Body - "Crash Pad")
Remove the connector.
Remove the bracket (B) and receiver (C) by loosening the nut (A).

Tightening torque:
3.9 ~ 5.9N.m (0.4 ~ 0.6kgf.m, 2.9 ~ 4.3lb-ft)

Install in the reverse order of removal.
Re-connect the battery, and then turn on the ignition.
Firmly fasten the receiver connector until you hear a click.
Replace the receiver, and then perform the learning process using a diagnostic instrument (GDS).
Diagnostic Procedure Using a Diagnostic Instrument
The following section describes how to diagnose faults using a diagnostic instrument.
Connect the diagnostic instrument to the self-diagnostic connector (16-pin) beneath the crash pad on the side of driver's seat, and then turn on the ignition to activate the diagnostic instrument.
In the GDS Vehicle Type Selection menu, select "Vehicle Type" and "TPMS" System, and then opt for "OK."
[Wheel Sensor ID Writing (Wireless)]

[Vehicle Name Writing]

[VIN Writing]

TPMS Receiver Schematic Diagrams
Circuit Diagram 1. Circuit diagram 2. Receiver connector terminals. 3. Receiver connector function. No FunctionDescription1BatteryVBAT2IG ONBattery to IG ON3CAN_HighCAN_High4CAN_Lo ...

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