OCS MAT SENSOR REPLACEMENT – RIO PASSENGER SEAT (SC097)

This =
bulletin provides information relating to replacement of the Occupant =
Classification

System =
(OCS) passenger seat mat in certain Rio vehicles produced from February =
20,

2005 =
through December 9, 2007. There is a possibility that the passenger seat =
sensor mat

may =
experience fatigue cracking through use over time. If sufficient =
cracking occurs, the

OCS will =
cease to function, the airbag warning light on the instrument panel will =
illuminate,

and during =
an impact, the front passenger airbag may deploy even with a child =
present in

the front =
passenger seat.

To correct =
this issue, follow the repair procedure below to replace the mat in the =
passenger

side seat =
cushion. Verify that the vehicle is in the affected range by VIN and =
production

date, and =
then perform the Service Procedure outlined in this =
bulletin.

OCS MAT SENSOR REPLACEMENT – RIO PASSENGER SEAT (SC097)

This =
bulletin provides information relating to replacement of the Occupant =
Classification

System =
(OCS) passenger seat mat in certain Rio vehicles produced from February =
20,

2005 =
through December 9, 2007. There is a possibility that the passenger seat =
sensor mat

may =
experience fatigue cracking through use over time. If sufficient =
cracking occurs, the

OCS will =
cease to function, the airbag warning light on the instrument panel will =
illuminate,

and during =
an impact, the front passenger airbag may deploy even with a child =
present in

the front =
passenger seat.

To correct =
this issue, follow the repair procedure below to replace the mat in the =
passenger

side seat =
cushion. Verify that the vehicle is in the affected range by VIN and =
production

date, and =
then perform the Service Procedure outlined in this =
bulletin.

OCS MAT SENSOR REPLACEMENT – RIO PASSENGER SEAT (SC097)

This =
bulletin provides information relating to replacement of the Occupant =
Classification

System =
(OCS) passenger seat mat in certain Rio vehicles produced from February =
20,

2005 =
through December 9, 2007. There is a possibility that the passenger seat =
sensor mat

may =
experience fatigue cracking through use over time. If sufficient =
cracking occurs, the

OCS will =
cease to function, the airbag warning light on the instrument panel will =
illuminate,

and during =
an impact, the front passenger airbag may deploy even with a child =
present in

the front =
passenger seat.

To correct =
this issue, follow the repair procedure below to replace the mat in the =
passenger

side seat =
cushion. Verify that the vehicle is in the affected range by VIN and =
production

date, and =
then perform the Service Procedure outlined in this =
bulletin.

AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE INHIBITOR SWITCH BRACKET INSTALLATION (SERVICE CAMPAIGN TL2)

Description: Some Tucson (LM) and Sonata (YF) vehicles may experience a
mild shock when shifting into Drive or Reverse. The condition may be
accompanied by DTC P0705, Transmission range sensor circuit. This bulletin
describes the procedure to install the Inhibitor Switch Bracket.
NOTE: No other vehicle performance issues are associated with this
condition.
Applicable Vehicles: Tucson (LM) and Sonata (YF) with automatic transaxle –
excludes HEV Sonata
Applicable Production Date Range:
Tucson (LM): From March 12, 2010 through January 12, 2011
Sonata (YF): From December 15, 2009 through August 24, 2010

AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE INHIBITOR SWITCH BRACKET INSTALLATION (SERVICE CAMPAIGN TL2)

Description: Some Tucson (LM) and Sonata (YF) vehicles may experience a
mild shock when shifting into Drive or Reverse. The condition may be
accompanied by DTC P0705, Transmission range sensor circuit. This bulletin
describes the procedure to install the Inhibitor Switch Bracket.
NOTE: No other vehicle performance issues are associated with this
condition.
Applicable Vehicles: Tucson (LM) and Sonata (YF) with automatic transaxle –
excludes HEV Sonata
Applicable Production Date Range:
Tucson (LM): From March 12, 2010 through January 12, 2011
Sonata (YF): From December 15, 2009 through August 24, 2010

AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE INHIBITOR SWITCH BRACKET INSTALLATION (SERVICE CAMPAIGN TL2)

Description: Some Tucson (LM) and Sonata (YF) vehicles may experience a
mild shock when shifting into Drive or Reverse. The condition may be
accompanied by DTC P0705, Transmission range sensor circuit. This bulletin
describes the procedure to install the Inhibitor Switch Bracket.
NOTE: No other vehicle performance issues are associated with this
condition.
Applicable Vehicles: Tucson (LM) and Sonata (YF) with automatic transaxle –
excludes HEV Sonata
Applicable Production Date Range:
Tucson (LM): From March 12, 2010 through January 12, 2011
Sonata (YF): From December 15, 2009 through August 24, 2010

KIA -OCS MAT SENSOR REPLACEMENT – RIO PASSENGER SEAT (SC097)

This bulletin provides information relating to replacement of the Occupant Classification
System (OCS) passenger seat mat in certain Rio vehicles produced from  February 20,
2005 through December 9, 2007. There is a possibility that the passenger seat sensor mat
may experience fatigue cracking through use over time. If sufficient cracking occurs, the
OCS will cease to function, the airbag warning light on the instrument panel will illuminate,
and during an impact, the front passenger airbag may deploy even with a child present in
the front passenger seat. To correct this issue, follow the repair procedure below to replace the mat
in the passenger side seat cushion. Verify that the vehicle is in the affected range by VIN
and production date, and then perform the Service Procedure outlined in this bulletin.

KIA – BRAKE PEDAL MOUNT REPLACEMENT (SC096)

This bulletin provides information relating to certain Borrego vehicles built from May 02, 2008  to January 20, 2009. The high strength plastic mount for the brake pedal is designed to break off in certain collisions to help protect the driver’s leg from injury when the brake is applied during impact. Certain pedal mounts may have a fiberglass composition that allows them to break off in a collision where the impact has not immobilized the vehicle
which could then roll.  The driver would then be required to stop the vehicle with the parking brake or experience a possible second impact, which could result in personal injury. To correct
this issue, follow the repair procedure below to replace the brake pedal mount.

KIA – FRONT COIL SPRING REPLACEMENT (SC095)

This bulletin provides information relating to the replacement of the front
coil springs due to possible
corrosion in 2006 Kia Sedona vehicles produced from December 20, 2005 to
March 20, 2006 that
are currently registered in the states where heavy road salt is used. Over
time, exposure to water
and road salt may reduce the effectiveness of the coil’s protective coating
thereby resulting in
corrosion of the coil springs. Owners of these vehicles currently registered
in the 21 states which
are known to use heavy amounts of road salt are being notified to schedule
an appointment with the
nearest Kia dealer to have both front springs replaced with improved ones.

KIA RONDO & OPTIMA CLOCK SPRING ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT (SC094)

This bulletin provides information relating to the replacement of the clock
spring assembly in Rondo vehicles produced from September 13, 2006 to March
21, 2008 and Optima vehicles produced from September 29, 2005 to January 29,
2008. There is a possibility that the clock spring contact assembly may
become worn over time. If the clock spring contact assembly becomes damaged,
it can cause high electrical resistance, which could prevent deployment of
the driver’s air bag in certain frontal collisions. If this condition

KIA – FUEL TANK AIR FILTER REPLACEMENT (SC092)

This Bulletin provides the procedure to replace the Fuel Tank Air Filter in
2003-2004MY Kia Sorento vehicles. Over time, the fuel tank air filter
accumulates dirt, which can restrict airflow. If the fuel tank air filter is
not replaced during regular maintenance the restriction of airflow will
eventually reach the point where the vehicle may experience fueling
difficulties. Kia is also providing an owner’s manual insert for the
2003-2004MY Kia Sorento identifying that at a minimum the fuel tank air
filter is to be replaced every 30,000 miles.

HYUNDAI – HEV MULTI-ECU UPDATE (SERVICE CAMPAIGN TG5)

This bulletin revises TSB 11-01-031 to include an important step (item-3
below) to the general procedure. This additional step is to warm up a cold
vehicle A/T with at least 5 minutes of driving before conducting the
important HEV calibrations of items 4-5 below. This update will help
optimize the effectiveness of TG5.

Description: This bulletin provides information related to the sequential
software update of the following six controllers: ECM, TCM, HCU, MCU, BMS
and LDC.

Applicable Vehicles: 2011 MY SONATA (YF) 2.4L Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV)

SERVICE PROCEDURE SUMMARY:
1. Automatic Mode ECU Update of 6 ECU sequentially as initiated from the
Engine System. NOTE: You must carefully monitor this because a 40-sec
initial ignition off reset after the ECM update is required, followed by
10-sec ignition off reset after each of the other 5 ECU updates.
2. Fault Code Searching for DTC stored and then All Erase. – page 6-7.
3. IMPORTANT: If the vehicle is cold you must perform a brief test drive for
at least 5 minutes to warm up the A/T Oil temp>30C before conducting the
below HEV calibrations:
4. Motor/HSG Resolver Calibration (in MCU system) – page-9-10.
5. E/C Fluid Pressure Calibration (in HCU system) (A/T Oil Temp 30-80C)

HYUNDAI – SM SANTA FE – REAR TRAILING ARMS AND FRONT SUBFRAME CORROSION TREATMENT (CORROSION CLASS ACTION CC2)

DESCRIPTION
. Inspect the rear trailing arms for corrosion damage. Measure the thickness
of the
rear trailing arm steel.
. If specified levels of corrosion damage have occurred, as described in
this
bulletin, replace the rear trailing arms with new rear trailing arms that
incorporate additional holes in the upper and lower panels.
. If it is not possible to separate the rear lower control arms from the
trailing
arms without damage, replace the rear lower control arms as well.
. If the rear trailing arms do not require replacement, add drainage holes
and treat the rear trailing arms with rust-proofing material.
Inspect the front subframe for corrosion damage. As a precautionary measure
and to
improve drainage from the subframe, add drainage holes and treat the front
subframe
with rust-proofing material. If corrosion perforation is found as described
in this bulletin,
replace the front subframe.

HYUNDAI – HEATER PIPE FITTING INSPECTION AND REPLACEMENT (SERVICE CAMPAIGN TJ8)

CAMPAIGN
11-01-069
DATE
MODEL
DECEMBER, 2011
ELANTRA (MD)
HEATER PIPE FITTING INSPECTION AND REPLACEMENT (SERVICE CAMPAIGN TJ8)
Description: Follow the procedure outlined in this bulletin to inspect the
heater pipe fitting from the cylinder block for coolant leaks and replace it
with a new part if a leak is found.
Applicable Vehicles: 2012MY Elantra (MD) vehicles produced from October 5 to
October 11, 2011