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Hyundai won’t leave park

If the shift lever of a 2006 and later Hyundai Sonata or Azera, or 2007 and later Santa Fe, Elantra or Entourage won’t shift into or out of Park, follow this repair procedure:

  1. Attach a Hi-Scan Pro or GDS and select:

-          Vehicle

-          Automatic transaxle

-          Current Data

-          Brake switch

  1. Confirm that the “Brake Switch” reads ON when the brake pedal is depressed. If not, check the brake switch clearance according to the related shop manual. If the clearance is within specification, install a good know brake switch. Check fuses and related wiring as shown in the related ETM, page SD452-2. Refer to the appropriate model shop manual and remove the center panel. Disconnect the M01 connector to the ATM key lock control module. Go to the “Test Procedure.”
  2. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. Check voltage at the pins according to the table shown here. If the voltages are correct, replace the ATM key lock control module

BRAKE                    PIN #6          PIN #5               PIN #4

OFF                         12V                 12V                    12V

DEPRESSED        12V                 12V                    0V

(NOTE: Pin #6 = 0V for Entourage)

PARTS INFORMATION

(PART NUMBERS FOR ATM KEY LOCK CONTROL MODULE)

2006-later Sonata………..95850-3K000

2006-later Azera…………95850-3L000

2007-later Santa Fe………95850-2B000

2007-later Elantra…………95850-2H000

2007-later Entourage………95850-4D000

Note location of ATM key lock control module (example shown is Sonata).
<p>Note location of ATM key lock control module (example shown is Sonata).</p>

 

Pins #6 and 5 should have 12V with brake on or off (except Entourage, where pin #6 should be 0V with brake on.
<p>Pins #6 and 5 should have 12V with brake on or off (except Entourage, where pin #6 should be 0V with brake on.</p>

Tags: Hyundai  Transaxle 
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