On Wednesday, September 10, 2014 4:15:42 PM UTC-4, J. Fred Riley wrote:
There's a calibration procedure that requires driving the vehicle with the
dealer's laptop attached. Any Hyundai dealer in the U.S. should be able to
do this. It's pretty simple. Hook up the laptop, select the smart cruise
system and enter the calibration procedure. At that point, it's a matter
of following the instructions on the laptop.
Keep in mind, if the vehicle has been involved in a collision, bent compone
nts (such as the cruise module mounting bracket or radiator core support to
which the module mounts) may need to be replaced before the system can be
And I'll also make a slight technical correction. The cruise doesn't work
via camera, it works via radar. The unit is located behind the black plast
ic cover on the right hand lower portion of the bumper cover.
On Wed, 10 Sep 2014 15:52:50 -0700 (PDT), hyundaitech
Thanks! Nobody in WV seems to know how to do it. It was the Equus
dealer's tech in Beckley that said "camera." Even the Korean guy they
hired in Huntington to service Hyundais. The car is undamaged; I'll
try Dallas, TX--maybe Plano--when I get home.
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