Hyundai Kona: Indicators And Gauges / Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting
Error Item
Failure symptom
Inspection items
Detailed inspections
Relevant Parts/
Components
Screen display
TFT-LCD screen does not turn on
1)
Connector attachments
2)
Components
1)
Check the connector attachments
2)
Check B+, IGN and GND wiring
3)
Check the components
Connectors, wiring, fuses, dashboard
Warning light
Airbag warning lamp malfunction
1)
Connector attachments
2)
C-CAN
3)
Components
1)
Check airbag + signal (connectors)
2)
Check C-CAN (ACU4) signal
3)
Check the FPC attachment inside the dashboard
ACU Connectors, wiring, fuses, dashboard
Mode conversion
Integrated driving mode malfunction
1)
Connector attachments
2)
Switch
3)
Components
1)
Check the switch input (connector)
2)
Check the switch signal input
(disconnection or shorting)
3)
Check conversion with dashboard component
Switch connector, wiring dashboard
Illumination
Interior light brightness cannot be controlled.
1)
Connector attachments
2)
Switch
3)
Components
1)
Check if the light switch's input signal reaches the connector
2)
Check ILL- and DETENT signals
3)
Check the TAIL+ signal input
Switch connector, wiring dashboard
Warning Sound
No dashboard alarm
1)
Connector attachments
2)
Car speakers
3)
Components
1)
Check the speaker output connector
2)
Check the car speakers
Speaker connectors, wiring dashboard
Fuel indicator
Faulty fuel gauge indication
1)
Connector attachments
2)
Fuel sender
3)
Components
1)
Check fuel input and GND connectors
(open, short or input resistance values)
2)
Check fuel sender
Fuel sender connector, wiring dashboard

Indicators And Gauges
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Instrument Cluster Components and components location
Components [Mono type (3.5")] [Super vision type (4.2")] [Seg type (3.5")] Connector Pin Information ...

Other information:

Hyundai Kona (OS) 2018-2020 Service Manual: Hood Switch Repair procedures
Inspection 1. Disconnect the hood switch connector (A). 2. Check for continuity between terminals. ...

Hyundai Kona (OS) 2018-2020 Owners Manual: Do not lie down
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