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Kia Sportage: Components and Components Location | Instrument Cluster

Kia Sportage Third generation (SL) - (2011-2016) - Service and Repair Manual / Body Electrical System / Indicators And Gauges / Components and Components Location | Instrument Cluster

 Component Location

  1. Cluster assembly
  2. Seat belt switch
  3. Vehicle speed sensor
  4. Engine coolant temperature sender
  5. Oil pressure switch
  6. Brake fluid level warning switch
  7. Parking brake switch
  8. Door switch
  9. Fuel gauge sender
  10. Tailgate switch
  11. Wheel speed sensor
  12. ABS ECU

Instrument Cluster

Components and Components Location

 Components

[General Type]

[Super Vision Cluster (SVC) ]

[Super Vision Cluster (SVC) ]

Connector А Connector А

  1. -
  2. Rheostat ground
  3. -
  4. -
  5. Rheostat output (illumination -)
  6. -
  7. Charge
  8. Water separator
  9. Oil pressure
  10. Airbag input -
  11. Airbag input +
  12. Check engine
  13. Immobilizer
  14. -
  15. Active ECO
  16. -
  17. ISG_DC
  18. -
  19. Ground signal
  20. Fuel ground (Fuel low)
  21. P ground
  22. AT P shift output
  23. AT R shift output
  24. AT N shift output
  25. AT D Shift output
  26. -
  27. 4 pin output
  28. Detent out
  29. Reset switch
  30. Mode switch
  31. Rheostat down
  32. Rheostat up
  33. Fuel input
  34. ’ CAN High
  35. ’ CAN Low
  36. C CAN High
  37. C CAN Low
  38. Illumination +
  39. IGN 1
  40. Battery +

Schematic Diagrams

 Circuit Diagram (1)

[General type]

 Circuit Diagram (2)

 Circuit Diagram (2)

[Super Vision Cluster]

CLU1 message signal flow (’

CLU1 message signal flow (’ C CAN gateway)

CLU2 message signal flow (’

CLU2 message signal flow (’ C CAN gateway)

CLU message 1 signal flow (C

CLU message 1 signal flow (C ’ CAN gateway)

CLU message 3 signal flow (C

CLU message 3 signal flow (C ’ CAN gateway)

Description and Operation

Description and Operation

 Description

ECO driving system

This system is designed to encourage eco-driving by providing real-time feedback to the driver.

The ECO indicator light assists you to drive in the most economical way.

The green indicator comes on when you drive with high fuel efficiency.

The fuel efficiency depends on driver's driving habit and road condition.

The system stops operation when the transaxle is in the P,R,N position or sports mode, or instantaneous fuel consumption mode is selected.

ECO indicator ON/OFF

1. ECO indicator system stops operation when instantaneous fuel consumption mode is selected.

2. ECO indicator light is always OFF when driver select the "ECO OFF" mode pushing the "Trip" button.

  1. Set the main LCD display to "ECO ON" pushing "Trip" button as below picture.

  1. And then set the "ECO OFF" pushing "Reset" button more than 1 second as below picture.

    In this option. ECO indicator light does not operate any trip mode.

Repair procedures

Repair procedures

Removal

1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.

2. Remove the cluster fascia panel (A).

3. Remove the cluster assembly (A) after loosening 4 screws.

3. Remove the cluster assembly (A) after loosening 4 screws.

4. Disconnect the cluster fascia connector (A) and then remove the cluster.

4. Disconnect the cluster fascia connector (A) and then remove the cluster.

Installation

Installation

1. Connect the cluster connector.

2. Install the cluster assembly.

3. Install the cluster fascia panel

 Inspection

Speedometer

1. Adjust the pressure of the tires to the specified level.

2. Drive the vehicle onto a speedometer tester. Use wheel chocks (A) as appropriate.

[2WD]

[4WD]

[4WD]

3. Check if the speedometer indicator range is within the standard values.

3. Check if the speedometer indicator range is within the standard values.

CAUTION

Do not operate the clutch suddenly or increase/ decrease speed rapidly while testing.

NOTE

Tire wear and tire over or under inflation will increase the indication error.

[Km/h]

[MPH]

[MPH]

Tachometer

Tachometer

1. Connect the scan tool to the diagnostic link connector or install a tachometer.

2. With the engine stalled, compare the readings of the tester with that of the tachometer. Replace the tachometer if the tolerance is exceeded.

CAUTION

  1. Reversing the connections of the tachometer will damage the transistor and diodes inside.
  2. When removing or installing the tachometer, be careful not to drop it or subject it to severe shock.

Fuel Gauge

Fuel Gauge

1. Disconnect the fuel sender connector from the fuel sender.

2. Connect a 3.4 wattages, 12V test bulb to terminals 1 and 3 on the wire harness side connector.

3. Turn the ignition switch to the ON, and then check that the bulb lights up and the fuel gauge needle moves to full.

Fuel Gauge Sender

Fuel Gauge Sender

1. Using an ohmmeter,  measure the resistance between terminals 1 and 3 of sender connector (A) at each float level.

2. Also check that the resistance changes smoothly when the float is moved

2. Also check that the resistance changes smoothly when the float is moved from "E" to "F".

3. If the height resistance is unsatisfied, replace the fuel sender as an

3. If the height resistance is unsatisfied, replace the fuel sender as an assembly.

CAUTION

After completing this test, wipe the sender dry and reinstall it in the fuel tank.

Engine Coolant Temperature Sender

1. Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between the terminal 2 and ground.

2. If the resistance value is not as shown in the table, replace the temperature sender.

Brake Fluid Level Warning Switch

Brake Fluid Level Warning Switch

1. Remove the connector (A) from the switch located at the brake fluid reservoir.

2. Verify that continuity exists between switch terminals 1 and 2 while pressing the switch (float) down with a rod.

Brake Fluid Level Warning Lamp

Brake Fluid Level Warning Lamp

1. Ignition "ON".

2. Release the parking brake.

3. Remove the connector from the brake fluid level warning switch.

4. Ground the connector at the harness side.

5. Verify that the warning lamp lights.

Parking Brake Switch

The parking brake switch is a pull type. It is located at the side of the parking brake lever.

1. Check that there is continuity between the terminal and switch body with the switch (A) ON.

2. Check that there is no continuity between the terminal and switch body with the switch OFF.

If continuity is not as specified, replace the switch or inspect its ground connection.

[Pedal Type]

[Lever Type]

[Lever Type]

Door Switch

Door Switch

Remove the door switch and check for continuity between the terminals.

Seat Belt Switch

Seat Belt Switch

1. Remove the connector from the switch.

2. Check for continuity between terminals.

Seat Belt Warning Lamp

Seat Belt Warning Lamp

With the ignition switch turned ON, verify that the lamp glows.

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

 Troubleshooting

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