GsiTurboBCM (2017 production year): 95400F2090
Today I got a Can-hacker and I was able to activate the TMPS function on the Canadian dashboard in which it is disabled. There is nothing difficult about this.The TPMS menu in the dashboard has to be activated via GDS or another tool, such as Can Hacker.
I think they use the same BCM unit in many Hyundai and Kia cars.BCM is good to go. Few parts for Elantra I ordered from this website did show that part belongs to Sonata.
Today I got a Can-hacker and I was able to activate the TMPS function on the Canadian dashboard in which it is disabled. There is nothing difficult about this.
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I have an American Elantra and the TMPS function is already provided in the BCM. I only needed to activate in the dashboard.Did you still need to get the BCM in order for the TPM to fully function?. or was hacking the dashboard enough to activate the TPM ?
I have an American Elantra and the TMPS function is already provided in the BCM. I only needed to activate in the dashboard.
There are no problems - ask everything that interests you .. I bought a cable like this from the link: CH-OBD.M02 +CAN Coder – CAN-HackerHope you dont mind me asking.. But what version of software from Can Hacker did you use?.. And I checked out CAN Hacker website and their online pictures of the CAN HAck interface looks very different from yours....
No, while various Elantra generally share the same harness, features are controlled by the BCM. It is not possible to activate features on a BCM that does not support them.If I purchased a BCM from a US Hyundai dealership, would they not be able to re-program it to enable those features? I assume they don't have a different part number for each possible configuration of the vehicle.
Also, am I correct in understanding that if I purchased a US BCM I could use it as-is if I'm okay losing the heated steering wheel and BSMS while it's installed. I would be okay with that for the time being.