Optima L4-2.4L Hybrid (2011)
Engine Control Module: Technical Service Bulletins
Emissions - California Emissions Data Extraction
MODEL 2011MY Sedona (VQ), Rio (JB)
DATE February 2011
DATA COLLECTION: EXTRACT CALIFORNIA EMISSIONS DATA FROM ECU (DC002)
This bulletin provides information related to extracting "In use performance tracking" missions data from the engine control unit (ECU) in certain
vehicles sold in California. The California Air Resource Board (GARB) requires this emissions data to be extracted from the ECUs of a number of
customer owned 2011 model year vehicles with a minimum of 3000 accumulated miles without reprogramming or resetting. To facilitate collection of
this data at the dealer level, changes to the GDS have been made so that screen shots will allow the capture of relevant parameters.
This data collection does not apply to vehicles or dealers operating outside of California.
IF THE VEHICLE MEETS THE CRITERIA BELOW, CALIFORNIA DEALERS MUST PERFORM THIS DATA COLLECTION ON VEHICLES
WHENEVER AN AFFECTED VEHICLE IS IN THE SHOP FOR ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
For vehicles listed on DCS as requiring this procedure, follow the instructions in this bulletin after confirming that the following criteria are met:
^ WebDCS shows this as an open Data Collection code DC002A-B (depending on model) for the vehicle.
^ Vehicle has more than 3000 miles on its odometer.
^ Vehicle repair history does not show battery replacement/disconnection/reset or an ECU Update done in the last 3000 miles, because IUMPR data
would have been cleared by such an event.
^ Vehicle does not have a check engine light ON.
If vehicle meets above criteria, collect data prior to any other campaign or repair-related activities.
1. Open the engine compartment and locate the emission label under the hood. Locate and write down the "Group" number found on the label for later