Installation Manual: Hyundai Tucson Power Lift Gate System

Installation Manual: Hyundai Tucson Power Lift Gate System
Installation Manual:
Hyundai Tucson
Power Lift Gate System
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NOTE: Installation Precaution
Kit Details
Ball Stud
4080014
Power Cable
4120361
3. Before installation, inspect the vehicle's controls and interior/exterior for any damage or malfunctioning components. Report any damage or nonconformities to the customer prior to installing the
product.
Front Button
4540012
4. Inspect the factory lift gate for proper operation and function of lights before installing this product.
Improper opening or closing of the lift gate may interfere with the functionality of the Power Lift Gate
System.
Back Button
4540015
5. It is recommended to remove or cover any item of clothing (belt buckles, jeans rivets, buttons, etc)
prior to installation of this accessory to prevent damage incurred to the vehicle during the installation.
Lock Wire
4120362
6. Interior panels that have been removed should be set aside somewhere safe during the installation process to avoid damage.
Buzzer
4360648
7. When routing and securing wiring harnesses, care should be exercised to avoid any hot, sharp,
or moving objects in the vehicle such as steering column, pedals, dash bracing, HVAC components,
etc.
Power Picker
4120356
Canbus
4360649
OBD Transfer
Wire
4120350
Back Button Wire
4120360
Control Box
4360636
Right & Left Poles
4360651 (Right)
4360650 (Left)
1. It is recommended to have this product installed by a professional to avoid damage caused by
improper installation.
2. Do not attempt to disassemble or modify any components included within the kit. Unapproved
modifications or evidence of tampering will void any warranty included with the product.
8. Do not deviate from methods of installation in this document. Any damage caused by improper
wire routing, incorrect connections, wiring, etc. is not covered under the warranty.
9. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal before proceeding to installation. Wait at least 2
minutes after disconnecting the negative (-) battery terminal to disable the SRS and other systems
in the vehicle. Any damage caused from failure to disconnect the battery is not covered under the
warranty.
10. After installation, you must manually close the lift gate to initialize the Power Lift Gate System.
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4. Remove the screws on the left and right sides of
the interior lift gate trim panel.
PREPARING FOR INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION PREPARATION
Before starting installation
1. Familiarize yourself with the installation instructions.
2. Inspect kit components to verify everything is present, there is no damage, and to familiarize yourself with
the parts.
Negative Battery
Cable
VEHICLE PREPARATION
1. Place protective coverings on vehicle.
5. Use a moulding remover, disengage the claws
and remove the lift gate pull handle.
2. Apply protective tape to all points before prying.
3. "IMPORTANT........IMPORTANT"
Disconnect Negative Battery
Cable
INSTALLATION:
1. Using a moulding remover, disengage the clips and
remove the lift gate center window trim garnish.
7. Insert a moulding remover between the interior
lift gate trim panel and the body structure. Carefully pry to disengage the clips, and remove the
interior lift gate trim panel.
2. Remove the screw, and remove the left side window trim garnish.
3. Repeat for the right side window trim garnish.
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8. Retrieve any clips that may have come out of
the interior lift gate trim panel from the lift gate
body structure. Return these to the correct clip
attachment points in the interior lift gate trim
panel. Set aside where it will not be damaged.
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9. Using a helper or supporting brace, support the
lift gate in the full opened position.
10.Using a pry tool, remove the clip on the end of
the OEM gas support struts for the lift gate.
13.Visually inspect and identify the LEFT and
RIGHT side lift motors, as marked on the new
power lift motors. Install the new lift motors to
the correct LEFT and RIGHT sides, with the wire
harness of the lift motor directed towards the
vehicle body.
Exercise caution when removing the support struts, as the lift gate is very heavy once
removed.
11.Use a wrench to remove the LH OEM ball
mount for the OEM lift gate support strut. Repeat for the opposite side.
14.Carefully cut a hole in the vehicle's factory
grommet in the lift gate. Route the wire harness
from the lift motor through the grommet and into
the lift gate, as pictured.
12.Install the new ball mount, gasket, and tray with
the ones supplied in the kit.
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15.Install the main control module onto the door
frame with the clamp bracket, as pictured. Verify the bracket is tight and does not cause any
rattles or other undesirable effects in the liftgate.
19.Route the main wiring harness along the factory
wiring harness towards the rear of the vehicle,
underneath the scuff plate.
16.Route the liftgate motor wire harness along the
factory wiring harness and connect to the main
control module. Secure with cable ties as necessary.
20.Continue routing the main wiring harness along
the factory wiring harness towards the rear of
the vehicle, underneath the scuff plate.
17.Route the harness for the Power Lift Gate button to the mounting location, next to the pull
handle previously removed. You will need to
access this harness once the lift gate interior
panel has been replaced, to install the activation
button.
21.Continue routing the main wiring harness under
the trunk floor, behind the panels up towards the
headliner. Use a fish tape to help in pulling the
harness through the factory wiring boot.
Exercise care not to damage the harness or connectors when pulling the harness through the
boot. Note: Using water or lubricant to help fish
through boot.
18.Connect the power harness to the connector
in the fuse block using the power harness THarness. Remove the factory OBDII connector,
and connect the T-Harness to the factory OBDII
connector. Secure any excess and connectors
with cable ties so they do not cause noise or
vibrations.
Secure main wiring harness to factory wiring.
Then connect main control module.
22.Reinstall the interior lift gate panel. Remove
the factory button cover and install the supplied
Power Lift Gate button onto the interior lift gate
panel.
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Wiring Diagram - Power Lift Gate
23.Install the front Power Lift Gate button into the
dash location as pictured.
CAN-BUS
INTERFACE
MODULE
FRONT OPEN/
CLOSE BUTTON
HARNESS TO FRONT OF VEHICLE
CONNECTS TO
CONSTANT BATTERY
SOURCE
INTERFACE WITH CANBUS NETWORK
(T-HARNESS)
24. IMPORTANT: Prior to closing, ensure door
panel is re-installed. Manually close the lift
gate to initialize the Power Lift Gate System.
Function test the system to verify proper
operation.
LEFT POWER
LIFT MOTOR
COMPONENTS/CONNECTIONS LOCATED INSIDE LIFT GATE
RIGHT POWER
LIFT MOTOR
MAIN CONTROL MODULE
CONNECT
TO CHASSIS
GROUND
INTERFACE WITH OEM
POWER LATCH
(T-HARNESS)
INTERFACE WITH OEM
POWER LATCH OUTER
OPEN BUTTON
(T-HARNESS)
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REAR OPEN/
CLOSE BUTTON
THESE POINTS MUST BE CHECKED TO ENSURE A QUALITY INSTALLATION
Head Light
If the warning lights remains on, it may
indicate a system malfunction.
High Beams
Turn Signal Lights
Tail Lights
Stop Lights
Backup Lights
Hazard Lights
Marker Lights
Dome/Courtesy Lights
Panel/Switch Illumination
Accessory Controls/Illumination
(if equipped)
Rear Window Defogger
(if equipped)
Key Sensor Buzzer
Fog Lights (if equipped)
Day Time Running Lights
(if equipped)
Trunk/Tailgate/Bed Lights
(if equipped)
Massage Seats (if equipped)
Power Side Mirrors (if equipped)
Side Mirror Defogger (if equipped)
Front Windshield Defogger (if equipped)
Navigation System (if equipped)
Rear Sunshade (if equipped)
Cruise Control Light (if equipped)
Steering Wheel Audio Control
(if equipped)
HVAC
Power Locks (if equipped)
Power Windows (if equipped)
Gauges
Front Wiper/Washer
Hood Latch Release
Passenger Air Bag Switch (if equipped)
Rollover Side Curtain Air Bag Switch (RSCA)
Glove Box Light (if equipped)
Horn
ABS Light (if equipped)
Seat Belt Warning Light
If the warning lights remains on, it may
indicate a system malfunction.
Rear Wiper/Washer (if equipped)
Clock (if equipped)
Air Bag Warning Light
If the warning lights remains on, it may
indicate a system malfunction.
Accessory Power Socket
(if equipped)
Starter
Lamp Failure Sensor
If the warning lights remains on, it may
indicate a system malfunction.
Track/Skid Control Light (if equipped)
Audio/Video (if equipped)
If the warning lights remains on, it may
indicate a system malfunction.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
Prior to TPMS activation and Pre-Delivery
Service (PDS) of the vehicle the TPMS light will
blink when IG is turned on. After TPMS activation and PDS of the vehicle the TPMS light will
illuminate for a few seconds and go off when IG
is turned on.
Power Sliding Door (if equipped)
Convenience Memory Settings
(if equipped)
Heated Seats (if equipped)
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