Hyundai Tucson: Engine Control System / ETC (Electronic Throttle Control) System Description and Operation

Hyundai Tucson (LM) 2010-2015 Service Manual / Engine Control / Fuel System / Engine Control System / ETC (Electronic Throttle Control) System Description and Operation

The Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) System consists of a throttle body with an integrated control motor and throttle position sensor (TPS). Instead of the traditional throttle cable, an Accelerator Position Sensor (APS) is used to receive driver input. The ECM uses the APS signal to calculate the target throttle angle; the position of the throttle is then adjusted via ECM control of the ETC motor. The TPS signal is used to provide feedback regarding throttle position to the ECM. Using ETC, precise control over throttle position is possible; the need for external cruise control modules/cables is eliminated.

1. Dry bearing
2. DC motor
3. Non-contact hall sensor
4. Gear
5. Magnet
6. Hall IC
7. Yoke
8. Stator

Schematic Diagram

Engine Control Module (ECM) Repair procedures
Removal     When replacing the ECM, the vehicle equipped with the immobilizer must be performed procedure as below. [In the case of installing used ECM] 1) Perform "ECM Neutral ...

ETC (Electronic Throttle Control) System Troubleshooting
Fail-Safe Mode ItemFail-SafeETC MotorThrottle valve stuck at 7°TPSTPS 1 faultECM looks at TPS2TPS 2 faultECM looks at TPS1TPS 1,2 faultThrottle valve stuck at 7°APSAPS 1 faultECM looks at APS 2 ...

Other information:

Hyundai Tucson (LM) 2010-2015 Owners Manual: Fuse/Relay panel description
Instrument panel fuse panel Inside the fuse/relay box cover, you can find the fuse/relay label describing fuse/relay name and capacity. ✽ NOTICE Not all fuse panel descriptions in this manual may be applicable to your vehicle; the information is accurate at the time of printing. When yo ...

Hyundai Tucson (LM) 2010-2015 Owners Manual: Selecting a Child Restraint System (CRS)
When selecting a CRS for your child, always: Make sure the CRS has a label certifying that it meets applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS 213). Select a child restraint based on your child’s height and weight. The required label or the instructions for use typically ...

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