Additional Calibration Requirements: Hyundai

The addition of the OEM Calibration Requirements Search to the RTS portal was a big step for the collision industry. While this new feature has been well received, there has been some confusion about what is included in the search tool. The OEM Calibration Requirements Search is designed to provide information on the calibration requirements that are needed for vehicles equipped with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). This includes systems such as adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, and collision braking.

It does not include occupant classification systems (OCS), steering angle sensors, battery disconnects, or other calibrations/initializations required, when not related directly to ADAS. Let’s take a look at what additional items may require calibrations/initializations on Hyundai vehicles.

Additional calibration requirements can be found in the vehicle specific service manuals in the Shop area under Body Electrical System ➤ General Information. There are various systems that may require a calibration or initialization after removal, replacement, or when the battery is disconnected. Some items that require calibration include the:

  • panorama sunroof.
  • tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS).
  • power windows.
  • power trunk or liftgate.
  • occupant classification system (OCS).

There are many more systems that may need to be calibrated after removal or a collision. Make sure to check the repair manual to know what systems may be affected by the repairs that you are performing to help ensure a complete, safe, and quality repair.

For additional Hyundai information, check out the Hyundai OEM Information page.

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