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If the 10A ETACS FUSE in the passenger compartment junction block and the 15A SUNROOF FUSE in the engine compartment junction block are OK, the sunroof control module or the sunroof switch could be defective. Another possibility is a wiring defect.
1994 to 2006 Sonata, a 2001 to 2006 Elantra, a 2000 to 2006 XG350 or a
2001 to 2006 Santa Fe, you will need to access alarm system control
module. On most of those vehicles it is located on the driver's side
fascia panel. But on the Sonata, the facia panel is in the center.
Once you have found this module,
you will want to ensure that the memory switch is in the OFF position.
Then turn the ignition on.
Wait 5 seconds and set the
memory switch to SET position and then press the remote transmitter lock
button to send the code to the alarm system control module.
If you would like to program a second remote transmitter then you will need to press second remote transmitter lock button.
Next set the memory switch to
off, then turn the ignition off. You can confirm your programming by
locking and unlocking the vehicle with both of the remotes. good luck my friend
I live in Australia so mine is a right-hand-drive Santa Fe 2001. I wonder if this is why so many people seem to have so much trouble locating this box. On a left-hand-drive the box may be more over the footwell instead of near the side wall. In my car it is actually behind the fuse box near the right-hand side-wall. The switch is actually not visible as it is located on the right hand side of the ETACS box (near the side-wall). I had to locate it by feel. Once thought I had located the switch I held my finger pressed up against it for a while, to litterally get an imprint of the switch. The position towards the driver appears to be the "off" position, and the position towards the front of the car the "set" position. I turned the ignition key on (2 clicks), flicked the switch to the "set" position, pressed the lock button (I watched the flash on the remote, but heard nothing from the car), turned the ignition key to "off" and pressed the remote lock button again, then reset the switch on the ETACS box back to it's original position. That's it. My remote is working now. Hope this helps someone else...
This is from the factory service manual of your car:
There is no onboard programming procedure for this vehicle. This vehicle requires special equipment be connected to the vehicle to program the keyless remote. Translation you need the dealer to do this.
The procedures you list require the Hyundai Keyless Remote programming module, which you don't have. This module is proprietary - only Hyundai Dealerships have it. There is a 10 pin connector under the dash (next to the DLC - Data Link Connector) which is used to connect the Keyless Remote Programming Module. This module has two switch positions "Ready" and "SAVE". When the switch is place in the 'SAVE" position, that's when the keyless remotes are activated to send their 'codes' to the Electronic Time and Control System (ETACS). The module's switch is then set to "Ready" and the remote is tested to see if it works properly.
This bulletin supersedes TSB# 02-90-001.
The security system keyless adapter cable (SPX/Kent-Moore P/N 09900-21300) is a special service tool (SST) that is used for programming new keyless entry remote transmitters to the factory security systems. The keyless adapter is used in conjunction with the Hi-Scan Pro (with Hi-Scan SOL Pro Software Version 09-29-03 or newer) and Data Link Connector (DLC) Cable.
The keyless adapter cable can be used on the following vehicles:
2001 - 2004 MY Elantra
2001 - 2004 MY Santa Fe
2002 - 2004 MY Sonata
2001 - 2004 MY XG300/350
The 2003 - 2004 MY Tiburon does not need the Keyless Adapter Cable to add keyless entry remotes to the factory security system. Instead, the Hi-Scan Pro connects to the vehicle using only the DLC cable. See page BE-60 in the 2004 MY Tiburon Shop Manual for the latest instructions.
The most current Keyless Adapter Cable Instructions are available in the following shop manuals:
2004 MY Elantra
BE-73 - BE-74
2004 MY Santa Fe
BE-43 - BE-44
2004 MY Sonata
BE-40 - BE-41
2004 MY XG350
BE-46 - BE-47
KEYLESS ADAPTER CABLE INSTRUCTIONS:
Connect the keyless adapter cable to the Hi-Scan Pro DLC cable.
Plug the keyless adapter into the vehicle's 10-pin multi-purpose connector located behind the driver's side lower instrument panel (next to the DLC).
Sample vehicle shown is the Santa Fe.
Turn the Hi-Scan Pro ON and press ENTER .
"Release date 29. Sep. 2003" OR LATER must appear on this screen. To update your SOL card with the latest software go to www.hmaservice.com and refer to TSB 00-00-001.
Select option "HYUNDAI VEHICLE DIAGNOSIS" and press ENTER .
Select vehicle model and press ENTER .
Select option "TRANSMITTER CODE SAVING" and press ENTER .
Ensure that the key has been removed from the ignition cylinder before proceeding.
Follow the steps noted on the Hi-Scan Pro screen to program the remote(s).
The factory security system can only be programmed to accept two remote transmitters and MUST be programmed for both remote transmitters at the same time.
Press ESC on the Hi-Scan Pro and verify that the remote(s) are functioning properly.
Turn the Hi-Scan Pro OFF and disconnect the adapter cable from the multi-purpose connector.
I just had to buy one too and these are the instructions I was given by the guy I bought it from. I haven't tried them yet. Hopefully they work for us both :).
1.Find the ETACS unit under the steering wheel first,there is a small switch onit. 2.Once the switch is located make sure your key is not in the ignition and set the switch from off to set. 3.Press keyfobs door lock button for one second, this sends the codes to the ETACS and stores it. 4.Do the same thing if you have 2 remotes for the vehile. 5.Now set the ETACS switch from set to off. 6.Remotes should now be programed.
I just bought one for mine too! The guy who sold it to me gave me these directions but I haven't tried them yet! Am going to on my lunch hour! Hope they work for us both :)
Forgot to put prog. instructions.in with your fob so here they are. 1.Find the ETACS unit under the steering wheel first,there is a small switch onit. 2.Once the switch is located make sure your key is not in the ignition and set the switch from off to set. 3.Press keyfobs door lock button for one second, this sends the codes to the ETACS and stores it. 4.Do the same thing if you have 2 remotes for the vehile. 5.Now set the ETACS switch from set to off. 6.Remotes should now be programed.