XD ELANTRA, GK TIBURON – FRONT SUBFRAME CORROSION TREATMENT (SERVICE CAMPAIGN 925)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
. Some 2003 Elantra (XD) and 2003 Tiburon (GK) vehicles with production
dates beginning January 14, 2003 through May 27, 2003 that are registered and
operated in “salt belt” states may exhibit corrosion damage to the front
subframe.
. Inspect the front subframes 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.
1. APPLICABLE VEHICLES – VERIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IDENTIFIED AS
AFFECTED BY THE CAMPAIGN VIA WEBDCS:
Models: 2003 (XD) Elantra, 2003 (GK) Tiburon
Applicable vehicle production date range:
. XD Elantra – From January 14, 2003 through May 26, 2003.
. GK Tiburon – From January 14, 2003 through May 27, 2003.
Area: Salt belt states: Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New
York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin
and the District of Columbia.

XD ELANTRA, GK TIBURON – FRONT SUBFRAME CORROSION TREATMENT (SERVICE CAMPAIGN 925)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
. Some 2003 Elantra (XD) and 2003 Tiburon (GK) vehicles with production
dates beginning January 14, 2003 through May 27, 2003 that are registered and
operated in “salt belt” states may exhibit corrosion damage to the front
subframe.
. Inspect the front subframes 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.
1. APPLICABLE VEHICLES – VERIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IDENTIFIED AS
AFFECTED BY THE CAMPAIGN VIA WEBDCS:
Models: 2003 (XD) Elantra, 2003 (GK) Tiburon
Applicable vehicle production date range:
. XD Elantra – From January 14, 2003 through May 26, 2003.
. GK Tiburon – From January 14, 2003 through May 27, 2003.
Area: Salt belt states: Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New
York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin
and the District of Columbia.

XD ELANTRA, GK TIBURON – FRONT SUBFRAME CORROSION TREATMENT (SERVICE CAMPAIGN 925)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
. Some 2003 Elantra (XD) and 2003 Tiburon (GK) vehicles with production
dates beginning January 14, 2003 through May 27, 2003 that are registered and
operated in “salt belt” states may exhibit corrosion damage to the front
subframe.
. Inspect the front subframes 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.
1. APPLICABLE VEHICLES – VERIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IDENTIFIED AS
AFFECTED BY THE CAMPAIGN VIA WEBDCS:
Models: 2003 (XD) Elantra, 2003 (GK) Tiburon
Applicable vehicle production date range:
. XD Elantra – From January 14, 2003 through May 26, 2003.
. GK Tiburon – From January 14, 2003 through May 27, 2003.
Area: Salt belt states: Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New
York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin
and the District of Columbia.

SM SANTA FE – FRONT SUBFRAME CORROSION TREATMENT (SERVICE CAMPAIGN 924)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
. 2003MY Santa Fe (SM) vehicles with production dates beginning January 28,
2003 through June 3, 2003 that are registered and operated in specified
“salt belt” states: 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.
1. APPLICABLE VEHICLES – VERIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IDENTIFIED AS
AFFECED BY THE CAMPAIGN VIA WEBDCS
. Model : 2003 SANTA FE (SM)
. Applicable vehicle production date range : From January 28, 2003 through
June 3, 2003
. Area : Salt belt states as follows: Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri,
New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.

SM SANTA FE – FRONT SUBFRAME CORROSION TREATMENT (SERVICE CAMPAIGN 924)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
. 2003MY Santa Fe (SM) vehicles with production dates beginning January 28,
2003 through June 3, 2003 that are registered and operated in specified
“salt belt” states: 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.
1. APPLICABLE VEHICLES – VERIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IDENTIFIED AS
AFFECED BY THE CAMPAIGN VIA WEBDCS
. Model : 2003 SANTA FE (SM)
. Applicable vehicle production date range : From January 28, 2003 through
June 3, 2003
. Area : Salt belt states as follows: Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri,
New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.

SM SANTA FE – FRONT SUBFRAME CORROSION TREATMENT (SERVICE CAMPAIGN 924)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
. 2003MY Santa Fe (SM) vehicles with production dates beginning January 28,
2003 through June 3, 2003 that are registered and operated in specified
“salt belt” states: 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.
1. APPLICABLE VEHICLES – VERIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IDENTIFIED AS
AFFECED BY THE CAMPAIGN VIA WEBDCS
. Model : 2003 SANTA FE (SM)
. Applicable vehicle production date range : From January 28, 2003 through
June 3, 2003
. Area : Salt belt states as follows: Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri,
New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.

SM SANTA FE – REAR TRAILING ARMS AND FRONT SUBFRAME CORROSION TREATMENT (CAMPAIGN 090)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION
. Some 2001-2003 Santa Fe (SM) vehicles that are registered and operated in
“salt belt” states may exhibit corrosion damage to the rear trailing arms.
. 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.
APPLICABLE VEHICLES – VERIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IDENTIFIED AS
AFFECTED BY THE CAMPAIGN VIA WEBDCS
. Model : 2001-2003 SANTA FE (SM)
. Applicable vehicle production date range : From Job#1 through January 27,
2003
. Area : Salt belt states as follows:
Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New
Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West
Virginia, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.

SM SANTA FE – REAR TRAILING ARMS AND FRONT SUBFRAME CORROSION TREATMENT (CAMPAIGN 090)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION
. Some 2001-2003 Santa Fe (SM) vehicles that are registered and operated in
“salt belt” states may exhibit corrosion damage to the rear trailing arms.
. 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.
APPLICABLE VEHICLES – VERIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IDENTIFIED AS
AFFECTED BY THE CAMPAIGN VIA WEBDCS
. Model : 2001-2003 SANTA FE (SM)
. Applicable vehicle production date range : From Job#1 through January 27,
2003
. Area : Salt belt states as follows:
Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New
Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West
Virginia, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.

SM SANTA FE – REAR TRAILING ARMS AND FRONT SUBFRAME CORROSION TREATMENT (CAMPAIGN 090)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION
. Some 2001-2003 Santa Fe (SM) vehicles that are registered and operated in
“salt belt” states may exhibit corrosion damage to the rear trailing arms.
. 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.
APPLICABLE VEHICLES – VERIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IDENTIFIED AS
AFFECTED BY THE CAMPAIGN VIA WEBDCS
. Model : 2001-2003 SANTA FE (SM)
. Applicable vehicle production date range : From Job#1 through January 27,
2003
. Area : Salt belt states as follows:
Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New
Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West
Virginia, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.

CHROME-PLATED INSIDE DOOR HANDLE REPAIR (CAMPAIGN 093)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
This bulletin provides instructions for repairing SONATA (EF) chrome plated
inside door handles.
APPLICABLE VEHICLES:
. Model: 2002/2003 SONATA (EF)
. Applicable vehicle production date range: From January 28, 2002 through
March 22, 2003.

CHROME-PLATED INSIDE DOOR HANDLE REPAIR (CAMPAIGN 093)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
This bulletin provides instructions for repairing SONATA (EF) chrome plated
inside door handles.
APPLICABLE VEHICLES:
. Model: 2002/2003 SONATA (EF)
. Applicable vehicle production date range: From January 28, 2002 through
March 22, 2003.

CHROME-PLATED INSIDE DOOR HANDLE REPAIR (CAMPAIGN 093)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
This bulletin provides instructions for repairing SONATA (EF) chrome plated
inside door handles.
APPLICABLE VEHICLES:
. Model: 2002/2003 SONATA (EF)
. Applicable vehicle production date range: From January 28, 2002 through
March 22, 2003.

STOP LAMP SWITCH REPLACEMENT (CAMPAIGN 092)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
1. DESCRIPTION:
This TSB describes the procedure to remove, replace, and adjust the stop
lamp switch.
NOTE: During replacement of the Accent (MC), Elantra (HD), Tucson (JM),
Sonata (NF), Azera (TG), Veracruz (EN) and Santa Fe (CM) stop lamp
switches, do not remove the crash pad lower cover (driver’s side), but
before replacement of the Entourage (EP) stop lamp switch, the crash pad
lower cover should be removed for easy access.
NOTE: Before replacement of Entourage stop lamp switches on vehicles with
adjustable brake pedals, the stop lamp switch bracket mounting nuts and
the crash pad lower cover should be removed in advance. For the
detailed procedure, refer to the SERVICE PROCEDURE in this bulletin.
NOTE: When replacing the Santa Fe (CM) 2.7L stop lamp switches, use the
supplied service kit which includes an additional extension wire.
2. VEHICLES AFFECTED – VERIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IDENTIFIED AS
AFFECTED BY THE CAMPAIGN VIA WEBDCS:
Model: Accent (MC), Elantra (HD), Sonata (NF), Azera (TG), Tucson (JM),
Santa Fe (CM), Veracruz (EN), Entourage (EP).
Applicable vehicle production date range:
Model Production Range Accent (MC)
Oct. 13, 2005 ~ Mar. 31, 2006
Oct. 20, 2006 ~ Nov. 30, 2006
Tucson (JM)
Apr. 4, 2005 ~ Feb 28, 2006
Oct. 20, 2006 ~ Apr. 30, 2007
Sonata (NF)
Mar. 1, 2005 ~ Feb. 28, 2007
Elantra (HD)
Oct. 25, 2006 ~ Apr. 30, 2007
Santa Fe (CM)
Oct. 20, 2006 ~ Mar. 31, 2007
Veracruz (EN)
Dec. 26, 2006 ~ Nov. 30, 2007
Azera (TG)
Sep. 20, 2006 ~ Nov. 30, 2006
Entourage (EP)
Feb. 16, 2006 ~ Mar. 31, 2006
Oct. 20, 2006 ~ Jan. 31, 2007

STOP LAMP SWITCH REPLACEMENT (CAMPAIGN 092)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
1. DESCRIPTION:
This TSB describes the procedure to remove, replace, and adjust the stop
lamp switch.
NOTE: During replacement of the Accent (MC), Elantra (HD), Tucson (JM),
Sonata (NF), Azera (TG), Veracruz (EN) and Santa Fe (CM) stop lamp
switches, do not remove the crash pad lower cover (driver’s side), but
before replacement of the Entourage (EP) stop lamp switch, the crash pad
lower cover should be removed for easy access.
NOTE: Before replacement of Entourage stop lamp switches on vehicles with
adjustable brake pedals, the stop lamp switch bracket mounting nuts and
the crash pad lower cover should be removed in advance. For the
detailed procedure, refer to the SERVICE PROCEDURE in this bulletin.
NOTE: When replacing the Santa Fe (CM) 2.7L stop lamp switches, use the
supplied service kit which includes an additional extension wire.
2. VEHICLES AFFECTED – VERIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IDENTIFIED AS
AFFECTED BY THE CAMPAIGN VIA WEBDCS:
Model: Accent (MC), Elantra (HD), Sonata (NF), Azera (TG), Tucson (JM),
Santa Fe (CM), Veracruz (EN), Entourage (EP).
Applicable vehicle production date range:
Model Production Range Accent (MC)
Oct. 13, 2005 ~ Mar. 31, 2006
Oct. 20, 2006 ~ Nov. 30, 2006
Tucson (JM)
Apr. 4, 2005 ~ Feb 28, 2006
Oct. 20, 2006 ~ Apr. 30, 2007
Sonata (NF)
Mar. 1, 2005 ~ Feb. 28, 2007
Elantra (HD)
Oct. 25, 2006 ~ Apr. 30, 2007
Santa Fe (CM)
Oct. 20, 2006 ~ Mar. 31, 2007
Veracruz (EN)
Dec. 26, 2006 ~ Nov. 30, 2007
Azera (TG)
Sep. 20, 2006 ~ Nov. 30, 2006
Entourage (EP)
Feb. 16, 2006 ~ Mar. 31, 2006
Oct. 20, 2006 ~ Jan. 31, 2007

STOP LAMP SWITCH REPLACEMENT (CAMPAIGN 092)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN
CAMPAIGNS.
1. DESCRIPTION:
This TSB describes the procedure to remove, replace, and adjust the stop
lamp switch.
NOTE: During replacement of the Accent (MC), Elantra (HD), Tucson (JM),
Sonata (NF), Azera (TG), Veracruz (EN) and Santa Fe (CM) stop lamp
switches, do not remove the crash pad lower cover (driver’s side), but
before replacement of the Entourage (EP) stop lamp switch, the crash pad
lower cover should be removed for easy access.
NOTE: Before replacement of Entourage stop lamp switches on vehicles with
adjustable brake pedals, the stop lamp switch bracket mounting nuts and
the crash pad lower cover should be removed in advance. For the
detailed procedure, refer to the SERVICE PROCEDURE in this bulletin.
NOTE: When replacing the Santa Fe (CM) 2.7L stop lamp switches, use the
supplied service kit which includes an additional extension wire.
2. VEHICLES AFFECTED – VERIFY THAT THE VEHICLE IS IDENTIFIED AS
AFFECTED BY THE CAMPAIGN VIA WEBDCS:
Model: Accent (MC), Elantra (HD), Sonata (NF), Azera (TG), Tucson (JM),
Santa Fe (CM), Veracruz (EN), Entourage (EP).
Applicable vehicle production date range:
Model Production Range Accent (MC)
Oct. 13, 2005 ~ Mar. 31, 2006
Oct. 20, 2006 ~ Nov. 30, 2006
Tucson (JM)
Apr. 4, 2005 ~ Feb 28, 2006
Oct. 20, 2006 ~ Apr. 30, 2007
Sonata (NF)
Mar. 1, 2005 ~ Feb. 28, 2007
Elantra (HD)
Oct. 25, 2006 ~ Apr. 30, 2007
Santa Fe (CM)
Oct. 20, 2006 ~ Mar. 31, 2007
Veracruz (EN)
Dec. 26, 2006 ~ Nov. 30, 2007
Azera (TG)
Sep. 20, 2006 ~ Nov. 30, 2006
Entourage (EP)
Feb. 16, 2006 ~ Mar. 31, 2006
Oct. 20, 2006 ~ Jan. 31, 2007

FUEL PUMP SUBASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT (CAMPAIGN 086)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES PRIOR TO CUSTOMER RETAIL DELIVERY AND
WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP FOR ANY
MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA DCS ON-LINE/WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY
OPEN CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
On some Elantra vehicles, the fuel pump may not operate properly.
To correct this condition, follow the repair procedure outlined in this
bulletin to replace the fuel pump subassembly with a new service part.
IMPORTANT: It is important to properly follow the service procedure steps
and the additional notes provided in this bulletin to prevent possible
damage to the fuel pump and sender assembly. Damage to the fuel
pump and/or sender assembly resulting from improperly
performing the service procedure will not be covered under
warranty.
APPLICABLE VEHICLE:
Elantra vehicles produced from November 5, 2007 through June 28, 2008

FUEL PUMP SUBASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT (CAMPAIGN 086)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES PRIOR TO CUSTOMER RETAIL DELIVERY AND
WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP FOR ANY
MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA DCS ON-LINE/WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY
OPEN CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
On some Elantra vehicles, the fuel pump may not operate properly.
To correct this condition, follow the repair procedure outlined in this
bulletin to replace the fuel pump subassembly with a new service part.
IMPORTANT: It is important to properly follow the service procedure steps
and the additional notes provided in this bulletin to prevent possible
damage to the fuel pump and sender assembly. Damage to the fuel
pump and/or sender assembly resulting from improperly
performing the service procedure will not be covered under
warranty.
APPLICABLE VEHICLE:
Elantra vehicles produced from November 5, 2007 through June 28, 2008

FUEL PUMP SUBASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT (CAMPAIGN 086)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES PRIOR TO CUSTOMER RETAIL DELIVERY AND
WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP FOR ANY
MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA DCS ON-LINE/WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY
OPEN CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
On some Elantra vehicles, the fuel pump may not operate properly.
To correct this condition, follow the repair procedure outlined in this
bulletin to replace the fuel pump subassembly with a new service part.
IMPORTANT: It is important to properly follow the service procedure steps
and the additional notes provided in this bulletin to prevent possible
damage to the fuel pump and sender assembly. Damage to the fuel
pump and/or sender assembly resulting from improperly
performing the service procedure will not be covered under
warranty.
APPLICABLE VEHICLE:
Elantra vehicles produced from November 5, 2007 through June 28, 2008

AIRBAG CONTROL UNIT VINYL COVER INSTALLATION AND SIDE AIRBAG CONNECTOR CLIP REPLACEMENT (CAMPAIGN 088)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
This bulletin describes the repair procedures for two conditions that lead
to airbag warning light illumination.
Production Date: June 30, 2000 through April 26, 2001 (Labor Operation
81B026R0)
Includes following:
. Side Airbag Wiring Connector Clip Replacement and Wiring Attachment
Revision
. Airbag Control Module Vinyl Cover Installation
Production Date: April 27, 2001 through December 18, 2001 (Labor Operation
81B026R1)
Includes following:
. Side Airbag Wiring Connector Clip Replacement and Wiring Attachment
Revision
Airbag Control Module Vinyl Cover Installation: If a drink is spilled in the
area of the cupholder on the center console, the liquid may seep through the console
opening for the parking brake lever and drip onto the airbag control module connector
that is located under the center console. If the airbag control module is contaminated, it
will result in airbag warning light illumination. This bulletin provides the procedure to
install a protective cover over the airbag control module wiring connector to protect
the module from unintentional liquid spills.
Side Airbag Wiring Connector Clip Replacement & Wiring Attachment Revision:
A side impact airbag wiring harness is mounted under each front seat. If
that wiring harness experiences movement, possibly caused by contact from materials
placed under the seat, it may result in an electrical resistance that would result
in airbag warning light illumination. This bulletin provides the procedure to replace
the side impact airbag wiring harness connector clips and revised wiring harness
attachments under the driver’s and front passenger’s seats.
NOTE: Before conducting the appropriate repair procedure, verify the vehicle
falls within the production date range as noted above.
Airbag Control Module Vinyl Cover Installation (June 30, 2000 through
April 26, 2001):

AIRBAG CONTROL UNIT VINYL COVER INSTALLATION AND SIDE AIRBAG CONNECTOR CLIP REPLACEMENT (CAMPAIGN 088)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
This bulletin describes the repair procedures for two conditions that lead
to airbag warning light illumination.
Production Date: June 30, 2000 through April 26, 2001 (Labor Operation
81B026R0)
Includes following:
. Side Airbag Wiring Connector Clip Replacement and Wiring Attachment
Revision
. Airbag Control Module Vinyl Cover Installation
Production Date: April 27, 2001 through December 18, 2001 (Labor Operation
81B026R1)
Includes following:
. Side Airbag Wiring Connector Clip Replacement and Wiring Attachment
Revision
Airbag Control Module Vinyl Cover Installation: If a drink is spilled in the
area of the cupholder on the center console, the liquid may seep through the console
opening for the parking brake lever and drip onto the airbag control module connector
that is located under the center console. If the airbag control module is contaminated, it
will result in airbag warning light illumination. This bulletin provides the procedure to
install a protective cover over the airbag control module wiring connector to protect
the module from unintentional liquid spills.
Side Airbag Wiring Connector Clip Replacement & Wiring Attachment Revision:
A side impact airbag wiring harness is mounted under each front seat. If
that wiring harness experiences movement, possibly caused by contact from materials
placed under the seat, it may result in an electrical resistance that would result
in airbag warning light illumination. This bulletin provides the procedure to replace
the side impact airbag wiring harness connector clips and revised wiring harness
attachments under the driver’s and front passenger’s seats.
NOTE: Before conducting the appropriate repair procedure, verify the vehicle
falls within the production date range as noted above.
Airbag Control Module Vinyl Cover Installation (June 30, 2000 through
April 26, 2001):

AIRBAG CONTROL UNIT VINYL COVER INSTALLATION AND SIDE AIRBAG CONNECTOR CLIP REPLACEMENT (CAMPAIGN 088)

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP
FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY OPEN CAMPAIGNS.
DESCRIPTION:
This bulletin describes the repair procedures for two conditions that lead
to airbag warning light illumination.
Production Date: June 30, 2000 through April 26, 2001 (Labor Operation
81B026R0)
Includes following:
. Side Airbag Wiring Connector Clip Replacement and Wiring Attachment
Revision
. Airbag Control Module Vinyl Cover Installation
Production Date: April 27, 2001 through December 18, 2001 (Labor Operation
81B026R1)
Includes following:
. Side Airbag Wiring Connector Clip Replacement and Wiring Attachment
Revision
Airbag Control Module Vinyl Cover Installation: If a drink is spilled in the
area of the cupholder on the center console, the liquid may seep through the console
opening for the parking brake lever and drip onto the airbag control module connector
that is located under the center console. If the airbag control module is contaminated, it
will result in airbag warning light illumination. This bulletin provides the procedure to
install a protective cover over the airbag control module wiring connector to protect
the module from unintentional liquid spills.
Side Airbag Wiring Connector Clip Replacement & Wiring Attachment Revision:
A side impact airbag wiring harness is mounted under each front seat. If
that wiring harness experiences movement, possibly caused by contact from materials
placed under the seat, it may result in an electrical resistance that would result
in airbag warning light illumination. This bulletin provides the procedure to replace
the side impact airbag wiring harness connector clips and revised wiring harness
attachments under the driver’s and front passenger’s seats.
NOTE: Before conducting the appropriate repair procedure, verify the vehicle
falls within the production date range as noted above.
Airbag Control Module Vinyl Cover Installation (June 30, 2000 through
April 26, 2001):

OCCUPANT CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (OCS) REPROGRAMMING (CAMPAIGN 083)

IMPORTANT: THIS CAMPAIGN IS TO BE PERFORMED ON AN INDIVIDUAL
CUSTOMER BASIS. IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO REPROGRAM
EVERY VEHICLE’S OCS. BECAUSE OF THIS, THE WARRANTY
VEHICLE INFORMATION SCREEN WILL NOT IDENTIFY AN OPEN
OR COMPLETED CAMPAIGN 083 ON ANY VEHICLE. HOWEVER,
THE “WARRANTY CLAIM HISTORY” PORTION OF THE
“WARRANTY VEHICLE INFORMATION” SCREEN FOR EACH
VEHICLE WILL REVEAL WHETHER A PARTICULAR VEHICLE HAS
BEEN REPROGRAMMED AS PART OF THIS CAMPAIGN BY
IDENTIFYING “OCC. CLASSIFICATION SYS REPRG 08-01-006-01”
IN THE OPERATION DESCRIPTION COLUMN.
IMPORTANT: INSPECTION PROCEDURES ON PAGES 5 AND 6 HAVE BEEN
REVISED TO CLARIFY THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH REPROGRAMMING SHOULD BE PERFORMED.
DESCRIPTION:
The Occupant Classification System (OCS) “PASSENGER AIR BAG OFF” indicator
light may not turn off when some smaller stature adults are seated in the
right front passenger seat of some 2006, 2007 and 2008 model year Sonata vehicles. This
condition occurs in some seating positions, but should not occur when a
passenger is properly seated.
On AN INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMER BASIS, this OCS reprogramming procedure must be
performed if the “PASSENGER AIR BAG OFF” indicator light remains on when
small stature adults are seated in the right front passenger position or if the
customer has requested that it be performed.
2006-2008 SONATA
NOTE: THE FOLLOWING EVALUATION MAY BE CONDUCTED TO DETERMINE
WHETHER THE REPROGRAMMING IS NECESSARY. EVALUATIONS
SHOULD BE MADE WITH THE PASSENGER WHO EXPERIENCES THIS
CONDITION.
VEHICLES AFFECTED:
. Model: Model years 2006-2008 Sonata vehicles.

OCCUPANT CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (OCS) REPROGRAMMING (CAMPAIGN 083)

IMPORTANT: THIS CAMPAIGN IS TO BE PERFORMED ON AN INDIVIDUAL
CUSTOMER BASIS. IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO REPROGRAM
EVERY VEHICLE’S OCS. BECAUSE OF THIS, THE WARRANTY
VEHICLE INFORMATION SCREEN WILL NOT IDENTIFY AN OPEN
OR COMPLETED CAMPAIGN 083 ON ANY VEHICLE. HOWEVER,
THE “WARRANTY CLAIM HISTORY” PORTION OF THE
“WARRANTY VEHICLE INFORMATION” SCREEN FOR EACH
VEHICLE WILL REVEAL WHETHER A PARTICULAR VEHICLE HAS
BEEN REPROGRAMMED AS PART OF THIS CAMPAIGN BY
IDENTIFYING “OCC. CLASSIFICATION SYS REPRG 08-01-006-01”
IN THE OPERATION DESCRIPTION COLUMN.
IMPORTANT: INSPECTION PROCEDURES ON PAGES 5 AND 6 HAVE BEEN
REVISED TO CLARIFY THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH REPROGRAMMING SHOULD BE PERFORMED.
DESCRIPTION:
The Occupant Classification System (OCS) “PASSENGER AIR BAG OFF” indicator
light may not turn off when some smaller stature adults are seated in the
right front passenger seat of some 2006, 2007 and 2008 model year Sonata vehicles. This
condition occurs in some seating positions, but should not occur when a
passenger is properly seated.
On AN INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMER BASIS, this OCS reprogramming procedure must be
performed if the “PASSENGER AIR BAG OFF” indicator light remains on when
small stature adults are seated in the right front passenger position or if the
customer has requested that it be performed.
2006-2008 SONATA
NOTE: THE FOLLOWING EVALUATION MAY BE CONDUCTED TO DETERMINE
WHETHER THE REPROGRAMMING IS NECESSARY. EVALUATIONS
SHOULD BE MADE WITH THE PASSENGER WHO EXPERIENCES THIS
CONDITION.
VEHICLES AFFECTED:
. Model: Model years 2006-2008 Sonata vehicles.

OCCUPANT CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (OCS) REPROGRAMMING (CAMPAIGN 083)

IMPORTANT: THIS CAMPAIGN IS TO BE PERFORMED ON AN INDIVIDUAL
CUSTOMER BASIS. IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO REPROGRAM
EVERY VEHICLE’S OCS. BECAUSE OF THIS, THE WARRANTY
VEHICLE INFORMATION SCREEN WILL NOT IDENTIFY AN OPEN
OR COMPLETED CAMPAIGN 083 ON ANY VEHICLE. HOWEVER,
THE “WARRANTY CLAIM HISTORY” PORTION OF THE
“WARRANTY VEHICLE INFORMATION” SCREEN FOR EACH
VEHICLE WILL REVEAL WHETHER A PARTICULAR VEHICLE HAS
BEEN REPROGRAMMED AS PART OF THIS CAMPAIGN BY
IDENTIFYING “OCC. CLASSIFICATION SYS REPRG 08-01-006-01”
IN THE OPERATION DESCRIPTION COLUMN.
IMPORTANT: INSPECTION PROCEDURES ON PAGES 5 AND 6 HAVE BEEN
REVISED TO CLARIFY THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH REPROGRAMMING SHOULD BE PERFORMED.
DESCRIPTION:
The Occupant Classification System (OCS) “PASSENGER AIR BAG OFF” indicator
light may not turn off when some smaller stature adults are seated in the
right front passenger seat of some 2006, 2007 and 2008 model year Sonata vehicles. This
condition occurs in some seating positions, but should not occur when a
passenger is properly seated.
On AN INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMER BASIS, this OCS reprogramming procedure must be
performed if the “PASSENGER AIR BAG OFF” indicator light remains on when
small stature adults are seated in the right front passenger position or if the
customer has requested that it be performed.
2006-2008 SONATA
NOTE: THE FOLLOWING EVALUATION MAY BE CONDUCTED TO DETERMINE
WHETHER THE REPROGRAMMING IS NECESSARY. EVALUATIONS
SHOULD BE MADE WITH THE PASSENGER WHO EXPERIENCES THIS
CONDITION.
VEHICLES AFFECTED:
. Model: Model years 2006-2008 Sonata vehicles.

TRAILER HARNESS REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE – CAMPAIGN 085

IMPORTANT: DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS CAMPAIGN ON ALL AFFECTED
VEHICLES PRIOR TO CUSTOMER RETAIL DELIVERY AND
WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP FOR ANY
MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.
IMPORTANT: WHEN A VEHICLE ARRIVES AT THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT,
ACCESS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA’S “WARRANTY VEHICLE
INFORMATION” SCREEN VIA DCS ON-LINE/WEBDCS TO IDENTIFY
OPEN CAMPAIGNS.
THIS CAMPAIGN MUST ALSO BE PERFORMED ON VEHICLES PREVIOUSLY
REPAIRED UNDER CAMPAIGN 082
DESCRIPTION:
This Bulletin provides a procedure to replace the trailer hitch module and
harness.
AFFECTED VEHICLES :
Model: 2007-2008 Santa Fe (CM) and 2007-2008 Veracruz (EN)
Affected vehicle range: Vehicles identified as affected by campaign 085 that
are equipped with previous design trailer hitch control modules. Other vehicles
equipped with a port installed or a dealer installed trailer hitch and previous
design trailer hitch control module, and vehicles equipped with trailer hitch control modules
replaced under
Campaign 082.
NOTE: PREVIOUS DESIGN TRAILER HITCH CONTROL MODULES ARE
MOUNTED ON THE REAR BUMPER BEAM. ALL PREVIOUS DESIGN
TRAILER HITCH MODULES, MUST BE REPLACED WITH MODULE THAT
MOUNT UNDER THE VEHICLE.