Kia Carens: Lighting System / Hazard Lamp Switch Repair procedures

Kia Carens RP (2013-2018) Service Manual / Body Electrical System / Lighting System / Hazard Lamp Switch Repair procedures

Inspection
1.
The SJB can be diagnosed by using the GDS. The SJB communicates with the GDS which then displays inputs and outputs along with codes.
It will be able to diagnose defects of hazard lamp switch with GDS quickly. GDS can operates actuator forcefully, input/output value monitoring and self diagnosis.
2.
To diagnose the SJB function, select the vehicle model, BCM and SJB.

3.
To consult the present input/out value of SJB, "Current DATA". It provides information of SJB input/output conditions.

Removal
1.
Disconnct the negative (-) battery terminal.
2.
Remove the center fascia panel.
(Refer to Body - "Center Fascia Panel")
3.
Disconnect the connectors (A) from the hazard switch.

4.
Remove the hazard switch (A) after loosening the mounting screws.

Installation
1.
Install the hazard switch assembly and connect the connector.
2.
Install the center fascia panel.
3.
Connect the negative (-) battery terminal.
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