This bulletin applies to Hyundai automatic transaxles in the vehicles listed here. After replacing a transaxle or reprogramming the PCM/TCM, to improve shift quality, a procedure must be followed to reset and relearn the adaptive learning.
The PCM or TCM contains logic to adjust solenoid duty and line pressure as needed to compensate for normal clutch wear over the life of the transaxle. This bulletin provides the procedures necessary to reset (erase) and relearn the PCM/TCM adaptive values.
After replacing an automatic transaxle or reprogramming or exchanging a PCM/TCM from another vehicle, the PCM/TCM adaptive values must be reset in order to provide optimum shift quality.
2000-later Accent w/1.6L
2001-2006 Elantra w/ 1.6L
2007-later Elantra Sedan w/ 2.0L
2009-later Elantra Touring w/2.0L
2003-2008 Tiburon w/2.0/2.7L
2005-2009 Tucson w/2.0/2.7L
2010 Tucson w/2.4L
2001-2006 Santa Fe w/ 2.4/2.7/3.5L
2007-2009 Santa Fe w/ 2.7/3.3L
2010 Santa Fe w/ 2.4/3.5L
1999-2005 Sonata w/ 2.4/2.7L
2006-2010 Sonata w/ 2.4/3.3L
2011-later Sonata w/ 2.4/2.0L turbo
2011-later Sonata Hybrid w/ 2.4L
2002-2005 XG350 w/ 3.5L
2006-later Azera w/ 3.3/3.8L
2007-2008 Entourage w/ 3.8L
2007-later Veracruz w/ 3.8L
2009-later Genesis Sedan w/ 3.8/4.6L
2010-later Genesis Coupe w/ 2.0 turbo/3.8L
2011-later Equus Sedan w/ 4.6L
RESET PCM/TCM ADAPTIVE VALUES WITH GDS:
RELEARN ADAPTIVE VALUES:
(NOTE: After the adaptive values have been reset (erased), and adaptive learning procedure must be completed as follows)
If additional adaptation is needed, perform the following additional procedures:
With the vehicle stopped, move the shift lever from P to N to D and back, stopping three to five seconds in each gear. Repeat this five times.
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