Hyundai Tucson: Diagnosis with Diagnostic tool

Hyundai Tucson - Fourth generation (NX4) - (2020-2023) - Workshop Manual / Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) / Rear Corner Radar System / Diagnosis with Diagnostic tool


  1. Rear corner radar unit
  2. Warning indicator
  3. Speaker (Cluster)

Diagnosis with Diagnostic tool

  1. In the body electrical system, failure can be quickly diagnosed by using the vehicle diagnostic system (Diagnostic tool).

    The diagnostic system (Diagnostic tool) provides the following information.

(1) Fault Code Searching : Checking failure and code number (DTC)

(2) Data Analysis : Checking the system input/output data state

(3) Actuation test: Checking the system operation condition

(4) S/W Management: Controlling other features including system option setting and zero point adjustment

  1. Connect the cable of Diagnostic tool to the data link connector in driver side crash pad lower panel, and turn on the Diagnostic tool.
  2. If diagnose the vehicle by Diagnostic tool, select "DTC Analysis" and "Vehicle".

  1. If check current status, select the "Data Analysis"

  1. Select "BCW", if you want to check current data of BCW system.

  1. If you want to check each module operation forcefully, select "Actuation test".








Connector and Terminal Function


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