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Hyundai Santa Fe: Location of ETACS module on 2002 Hyundai

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Location of ETACS module on 2002 Hyundai Santa fe
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Hyundai
Expert:  Greg replied 5 years ago.

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This part you will find on the under side of the dash drivers side and will look like

this as shown in the photo below.



Kind regards Greg

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Not enough info Greg. Could you help with more detail e.g. is that under the upper dash or behind the fuse box, how big is the unit and where is the on/off switch located?
Les Bishop
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Expert:  Greg replied 5 years ago.

Les what is it you want to do .



Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Hi Greg
Both my remote control transmitters (Hyundai Santa Fe, 2002) are dead and I need to program a new one. To do this, as I understand it, I need to access the ETACS unit and the off/set switch on that unit. To do that, I would like the exact location described so that my aging bones don't have to hold a painful position in the foot well of the car for too long.
Les Bishop
Expert:  Greg replied 5 years ago.

Hi .


You are getting mixed up with the key reset system for when you can't start your car .


With the key fob (remote) this can only be reset with the diagnostic reprogramming tool .


Kind regards Greg