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Anyone have a pinout for the OBD 2 connector under the dash? HMA Service seems to be down for me, crapped out and won't come back. Thanks.
 

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If your looking for the location of the pinout, it's on the left hand side of the sterring wheel, down a little bit in that fuse cover. Pull the cover and you can't miss it.
 

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I am actually looing for the pinout chart, as in what each of the wires on the connector go to. IE..rpm signal, voltage. I think 14 of the 16 pins have wires.

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2Bus positive Line of SAE-J1850
3-
4Chassis ground
5Signal ground
6CAN high (ISO 15765-4 and SAE-J2234)
7K line of ISO 9141-2 and ISO 14230-4
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10Bus negative Line of SAE-J1850
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12-
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14CAN low (ISO 15765-4 and SAE-J2234)
15L line of ISO 9141-2 and ISO 14230-4
16Battery voltage
 

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This is off an 04. I doubt they changed it any.

1-ABS
2-K-Line
3-Blank
4-Sensor Ground(speed sensor ground I believe)
5-Ground
6,7,8-Blank
9-Memory power
10-DCT
11-Speed Sensor
12-Blank
13-Air Bag
14,15,16-Blank
 

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Ok, I was wrong. They did change it. Here is for the 05.

1-ABS/ESP
2-K-Line
3-CAN-HIGH
4-Sensor ground
5-Ground
6-Speed Sensor
7,8-Blank
9-Memory Power
10-DCT
11-CAN-LOW
12-Blank
13-Air Bag
14,15,16-Blank
 

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Actually, the Hyundai numbering in the manual(s) is backwards. OBDII standard has pin 16 as battery voltage, pin 6 is CAN_H, pin 14 is CAN_L, etc. I figured this out when I was making an OBDII cable for the scanner I built.
 
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