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Kia Optima In-Dash Navigation
DIY Installation Guide
[UVO Infotainment System Use Only]
MODEL: Kia Optima 2011+
(Professional Use)
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DISCLAIMER:
This ‘Do-It-Yourself Installation Guide’ is intended for informational and reference purposes only.
We do not recommend implicitly or explicitly, to anyone, performing any of the procedures
described in this guide. We are also not responsible for any property damage, personal injury
and/or death, or any other loss or damage that may result from following this informational guide.
Proceed with caution and care when performing modifications to your vehicle.
Be advised that making modification to your vehicle may void your manufacturer’s warranty.
Hyundai is a registered trademark of Hyundai Motor America.
Kia is a registered trademark of Kia Motors America, Inc.
iPod is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc.
Bluetooth is registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
 Take care not to scratch the center fascia panel, dash trim, shift knob, etc.
 Eject disc before removing the audio unit to prevent damaging the CD player’s load mechanism.
 Disconnecting the negative (-) battery terminal is recommended prior to installation.
 Do not touch the circuit board and the terminal connector of the flat cable with your bare hands.
 Make sure all connectors and cables are plugged in properly.
 All ground wires provided must be connected to chassis ground.
MAIN COMPONENTS
(Not actual size, Items shown may vary)
Rear View
Optima UVO fascia kit:
- Fascia
- Bluetooth Antenna Port
- Touch Sensor PCB
- Main LCD Panel w/Mounting Bracket
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Front replacement bracket
Mounting brackets (Top & Bottom)
Control box + SD Card
Trip interface board
External speaker
GPS antenna + Magnetic plate
SD + USB interface cables
SMART cable
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TOOLS REQUIRED:
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Masking Tape
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Double-sided Tape *
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Electrical Tape
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Velcro
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Dash Trim Removal Tool *
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Zip/Cable Ties
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Scissor *
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Plastic/Tin Snips *
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Pliers *
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Screwdriver (Phillips-head, Magnetized) *
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Magnetic Screw & Bolt Tray
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Power Drill
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Unibit *
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Electrical Connectors & Tools (Wire stripper, Crimper, T-Tap, etc.)
*Required Tools
Pre-installation picture of non-navigation equipped models
(Trim levels may vary)
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TPMS (TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM)
WARNING LAMP – ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE
SYMPTOM/CONDITION
The TPMS malfunction indicator lamp may be illuminated if the vehicle is moving around electric power
supply cables or radio transmitters at police stations, government and public offices, broadcasting
stations, military installations, airports, transmitting towers, etc. External electronic devices connected
to the vehicle's power outlets (notebook computer, seat warmer, massager, coolers, GPS navigation,
mobile phone charger, etc.) may also cause this condition. The TPMS malfunction indicator lamp
generally turns off after the vehicle is removed from such interferences.
DIAGNOSIS:
If the TPMS indicator lamp is ON, and all four wheel sensors are checked and are working correctly,
external electronic devices connected to the vehicle's power outlets (notebook computer, seat warmer,
massager, coolers, etc.) may be the cause of this condition. Car manufacturers are aware that any
aftermarket device operating especially on the CAN-Bus system can trigger random warning lamps.
ACTION:
1. Please inspect if there are any other electronic devices inside the vehicle that may cause
electromagnetic interferences with the TPMS.
2. Drive the vehicle out of the strong electric field for about 5 minutes to verify that the condition is
corrected.
3. Relocate the Control Box and its related cables away from the TPMS sensor (typically located
behind the glove compartment).
4. If the above doesn’t work, use a metallic shield wrap or a similar material to wrap around the
Control Box and its cables with both ends of the shield connected to chassis ground at the point
of entry.
GPS ANTENNA INSTALLATION
The delay when the GPS receiver is first switched on is due to the latest ephemeris data being
downloaded, which is essential for the GPS receiver. The data is valid for around 4 hours and takes
approximately 20 seconds with a clear line of site to a satellite. It takes longer if using multiple satellites,
for instance if the GPS receiver is moving during first acquisition.
The antenna needs to be facing the sky through a non-metallic enclosure. A metallic enclosure (including
window tints) will prevent the RF signal being received by the antenna and cause a Faraday cage effect.
Likewise, positioning the antenna near to obstructions such as laptop screen or where hands will be over
the antenna should also be avoided, as the shielded will have a negative performance.
The GPS Antenna base is magnetic. On metal vehicles, position the antenna in the center of the vehicle
at the highest point.
For vehicles with non-metallic mounting surfaces, a metal plate with adhesive strips has been included
in the kit for easy mounting and installation. It is STRONGLY recommended to use this metal plate
underneath the antenna as it will improve signal acquisition.
Once the antenna has been positioned, route the antenna cable carefully to avoid damage.
Position the GPS antenna in the center of the vehicle at the highest point with a clear view of the sky.
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Gently remove the side panel cover on the driver side.
(Apply protective tapes and take care not to damage and scratch the interior dash and its related parts)
Remove the screws (2EA) once the panel cover is removed.
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Remove the screws (2EA) located on the bottom of the driver side panel assembly.
Gently pull off the panel assembly as shown.
(See next picture)
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Carefully disconnect all connectors from the back of the panel.
(Picture shown may vary based on vehicle trim levels)
Image of driver side panel assembly removed. (Installation is the reverse of removal)
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Use a panel remover to pull out the garnish surrounding the center fascia.
Start from the top right-hand corner as shown and gently pull up.
Image of center garnish removed.
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Remove the screws (4EA) to pull out the climate control assembly.
Disconnect all connectors from the back.
Remove the screw on top of the driver side right air vent.
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Pull out the driver side air vent panel as shown.
Remove the mounting screws (6EA) to marked in white circles.
Gently pull out the center fascia panel as shown.
(Installation is the reverse of removal)
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Carefully remove the air vent and white clips from the factory fascia panel…
…and relocate it to the UNAVI fascia kit as shown.
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Remove the audio assembly after loosening the mounting screws (4EA).
As the audio assembly is being pulled out, carefully disconnect all cables behind the unit.
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Loosen the screws (Top 4EA, Bottom 4EA) and remove the mounting brackets.
As shown, remove all screws securing the audio faceplate.
Use a flathead screwdriver to loosen the tabs and gently pull out the audio faceplate.
Gently pull the locking tab away from the
faceplate to release the ribbon cable.
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Disconnect the ribbon cable (FCC) from
the back of the audio faceplate ONLY.
**Use Caution**
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Loosen the screws (4EA) from the audio head unit top cover.
Remove the top cover after loosening the screws.
Remove the two screws as marked in black arrows shown above.
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Remove the screws securing the front bracket as shown.
Please proceed with CAUTION when inserting the ribbon cable into the Trip Interface board.
DO NOT twist the cable as this may result in a damaged board and/or the audio unit!
[WARNING] This TRIP MODULE is designed for specific models. Improper use such as failure to
follow instructions and use with incompatible radio will damage this module and the radio unit!
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When attaching the ribbon cable on all UVO systems, for those familiar with Unavi installs,
note that it is wider and uses a different type of connector than the standard radio units.
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Insert the cable into the connector and punch down on the connector on the edges and
run your finger along the edge as to make sure it is seated evenly across the connector.
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On the ribbon cable you will notice a line that should be parallel with the connector if
inserted properly.
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Also (if not included), make sure to use a piece of electrical tape or protective material in
between the ribbon cable and the front plate to prevent the cable from being pinched or
scarred from vibration.
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Assemble the Trip Interface board onto the front replacement bracket piece as shown.
(Use screws provided in the kit to mount the Trip Interface board).
Front view of the Trip Interface board mounted on to the front replacement bracket.
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Screw the front replacement bracket to the radio head unit
and ensure it is mounted underneath the CD-ROM drive as shown.
Front view of the front replacement bracket with Trip Interface board assembled.
Make sure the top cover is screwed back on to the radio unit.
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Screw on the replacement mounting brackets (Top and Bottom).
Open the glove box and turn the dampers on both sides to disconnect the compartment.
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Disconnect the glove box lift to completely release the compartment.
(Images shown on this page may vary)
Route the SD/USB interface cables around from behind the
glove box and out through the center dash panel opening.
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If necessary, use Unibit to drill a hole on the back of the glove box (about 3/4-inch) just
wide enough for the SD/USB interface cables to slide through.**Proceed with Caution**
(Images shown on this page may vary)
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Run the interface cables through the drilled hole.
Mount the control box inside the glove box as shown.
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Bend the audio support bracket downwards.
Connect the GPS antenna to the female connector labeled “GPS”
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EXAMPLE ONLY
Make sure the GPS receiver is mounted (rounded side up facing the sky) to a non-metallic
panel or on front windshield glass. Route the antenna cable carefully to avoid damage.
Connect the external speaker to the female connector labeled “BUILT-IN SPEAKER”.
This speaker will allow sound output from the UNAVI system when the audio is in
XM/Radio/CD/MP3/Bluetooth mode.
Sound output from the system will use the factory speakers under “AUX” mode only.
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RECOMMENDED
LOCATION
FOR SPEAKER
If you choose to install the external speaker, choose a location closest to
the Driver (exposed or hidden) and where it can be mounted from causing
any obstructions to other components.
Connect the main factory audio cable (24-pin) to the SMART cable harness
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Reconnect the remaining audio unit connectors and cable as shown.
Clear of any obstructing cables and mount the audio unit back into the dash panel.
Check the cables are not being too tightly squeezed in the back of the audio unit.
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Plug in the 20-pin connector to the Trip Interface board as shown.
Plug in the remaining cables to the back of the LCD panel as shown.
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Assemble the Unavi fascia kit and the climate control back into the dash.
[INSTALLATION COMPLETE]
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