Hyundai J2534 Diag/Prog

Gery Diagnostician Florida Posted   Latest  
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2022 Hyundai Palisade Limited 3.8L (E) 8-spd (A8LF1)

Hello fellow techs.

not sure which subscription to purchase to initialize new bsm on this 22 palisade.

the diag shows special functions and bidirectional controls and programming talks about reflash.

was wondering if anyone has done the j2534 and if it would be diag or programming. Thanks, gery

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Bruce Owner/Technician
California
Bruce
 

J2534 will not do any special functions, waste of money, the only thing I have found close is Autel ADAS tool, but I had to use the factory tablet to do the last one.

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Allan Owner
Virginia
Allan
 

Neither will do it. You need the GScan or something similar. The J2534 app is powertrain programming. The other is literally worthless. It only for “diagnosis” but isn’t worth $1

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Bruce Owner/Technician
Texas
Bruce
 

Waste of money with Hyundai/KIA R2R it does not work. Report them to NASTF. They give no email or phone numbers to contact either. I went through this on a new front radar for SCC, could not calibrate due to secure gateway, all I got with the R2R was read and clear codes. I had more than that with my Autel. $60 worth of shit subscription!

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Gery Diagnostician
Florida
Gery Resolution
 

Thanks guys. I had the same issue when I bought a Diag sub a few months ago and thought it may be under programming but wasn’t sure. I tried with the Autel but couldn’t connect to server. Gonna give it another shot today. Thanks for the replies.

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Michael Owner/Technician
New York
Michael
 

You will also need the Hyundai/Kia blind spot measurement tools to do the calibration.

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Gery Diagnostician
Florida
Gery
 

Thanks Michael. I went back today and was able to do it with the autel(communicated with the server today which it wasn’t yesterday) It’s a self calibration system so I didn’t need any special tooling thanks

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Michael Owner/Technician
New York
Michael
 

You should read service info. It's a dynamic drive procedure but you need to measure the angles of the modules.

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Michael Owner/Technician
New York
Michael
 

The angles need to be measured in order to know that the Blind Spot modules are in correct location. If they are off it will set codes and come back.

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Gery Diagnostician
Florida
Gery
 

Yes Michael you are correct. You Should measure the angles but that is true with any manufacturer not just Hyundai. that theory applies across the board but in practice, 99.9% of rear bumpers are installed by the time you get the call. thanks

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Mike Mobile Technician
South Carolina
Mike
 

Gery knows how to calibrate these systems without the tool or following the service info. The engineers who designed the system and wrote the service procedure are only concerned about driver safety. Gery knows better and we should listen to his advice and stop doing the procedure correctly. We are lucky to have people in our industry willing to share these valuable shortcuts publicly.

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Mike Mobile Technician
South Carolina
Mike
 

But in all seriousness. You didn't calibrate that vehicle with Autel. You reset the learned values. That isn't the same as actually learning the values. Which is why the procedure is to measure the radar units, then perform the scan tool function. I would suggest recalling that vehicle and doing it correctly.

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Gery Diagnostician
Florida
Gery
 

Talk about getting your panties in a bunch but hey….your welcome.

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Michael Owner/Technician
New York
Michael
 

I was trying to give you a gentle nudge in the right direction but hey what do we know?…. When the car comes back then what?

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