Hyundai Adv (OBD) for Torque

Hyundai Adv (OBD) for Torque

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Monitor specific Hyundai parameters in real-time, including engine and automatic transmission advanced sensor data by adding this plugin to Torque Pro.

Hyundai Advanced is a plugin for Torque Pro, extending the PID/Sensor list with more than 10 specific parameters from Hyundai vehicles, including:

* AT Turbine and Output Speed (*)
* AT Oil Temperature (*)
* AT Damper Clutch Lockup (*)
* AT HIVEC Mode (*)
* AT Current Gear (*)
* CVVT Oil Temperature
* Fuel Injector Pulse Width / Duty Cycle
* Knock Retard (*)
* Wastegate Duty Cycle (*)
* Turbo Boost Pressure (*)

Sensors marked with (*) are not available on all cars, as it depends on special engine/parts like Turbo and/or Automatic Transmission.

For cars with automatic transmission, Lockup is really cool to monitor during a long road trip or even while driving in the city. As described on Hyundai Service Manuals, the Damper Clutch Lockup shows in real-time the actual Torque Converter lockup percentage, and as it approaches 100% the slip should be near zero.

*PLEASE NOTE* that other Hyundai models/engines may be supported, but the plugin was tested only on the following models/engines:

* Accent 1.4/1.6 MPI
* Accent/Solaris 1.4/1.6 GDI
* Accent/Solaris 1.6 CRDI
* Elantra/i30 2.0
* Genesis Coupe 2.0 MPI/GDI
* Genesis Coupe 3.8 V6
* Getz 1.5 CRDI
* Getz 1.6/1.4/1.3 MPI
* i30 1.6 GDI
* i30 1.6 CRDI
* i40 2.0 MPI
* i40 1.6 GDI
* i40 1.7 CRDI
* SantaFe 3.3 V6
* SantaFe 2.0 CRDI
* SantaFe 2.4 MPI/GDI
* SantaFe 2.7 V6
* SantaFe 2.0/2.2 CRDI
* SantaFe 3.3 V6
* Sonata 2.0/2.4 MPI/GDI
* Sonata/i45 2.0/2.4 MPI/GDI
* Sonata 2.0 T-GDI
* Tiburon 2.0 MPI
* Tiburon 2.7 V6
* Terracan 2.9 CRDI
* Tucson 2.0 CRDI
* Tucson 2.0 MPI
* Tucson 2.7 V6
* Tucson/ix35 2.0/2.4 MPI/GDI
* Tucson/ix35 2.0 CRDI
* Veloster 1.6 MPI/GDI
* Veloster 1.6 T-GDI
* Veracruz/ix55 3.8 V6
* Veracruz/ix55 3.0 CRDI

For more information about Hyundai engines, visit

Hyundai Advanced requires the latest version of Torque Pro installed in order to function. This is *NOT* a standalone application and will *NOT* work without Torque Pro.

Plugin Installation

1) After purchasing the plugin on Google Play, make sure that you see the plugin listed on your Android device installed applications list.

2) Launch Torque Pro and click on the "Hyundai Advanced" icon

3) Select the appropriate engine type and return to Torque Pro main screen

4) Go to Torque Pro "Settings"

5) Make sure that you can see the plugin listed also on Torque Pro by clicking "Settings" > "Plugins"> "Installed Plugins".

6) Scroll down to "Manage extra PIDs/Sensors"

7) Usually this screen will not display any entries, unless you have added any pre-defined or custom PIDs in the past.

8) From the menu, choose "Add predefined set"

9) If your license is validated on Google Play you should see an entry for your engine. You may see predefined sets for other engine types, so make sure you pick the right one. If you don't see anything, probably you have an installation problem or validation error on Google Play. In this case, go back and repeat the installation procedure.

10) After clicking on the entry from the previous step, you should see several entries added to the Extra PIDs/Sensors list.

Note: Some sensors will be calculated real-time based on others. Make sure that you keep all sensors to avoid calculation errors.

Adding Displays

1) After adding the additional sensors, go to the Realtime Information/Dashboard.

2) Press the menu key and then click on "Add Display"

3) Select the appropriate display type

4) Select the appropriate sensor from the list. Sensors provided by Hyundai Advanced begins with "[HADV]" and should be listed right after the time sensors in the top of the list.

More features/parameters will be added in further releases. If you have comments and/or suggestions please just let me know.

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Recently changed in this version

NOTE: Read the description carefully before purchasing. All bad ratings are related to people purchasing the app without checking the requirements and compatibility.

Version 1.10b
* Minor fixes on the plugin main engine
* Added support for Elantra (HD and MD Models)
* Fixed the Injection Duty Cycle calculation on some engines

Comments and ratings for Hyundai Adv (OBD) for Torque
  • (61 stars)

    by David Hagy on 01/04/2014

    Very helpfull for performance enthusiasts. Please add fuel rail pressure, fix injector duty cycle and pulse width.

  • (61 stars)

    by Todd Austinson on 19/02/2014

    Veloster 1.6 T-GDI, knock retard cyl 1-4 reads strange values, either 0 or ~190, nothing in between. Have asked for clarification on the Torque forum with no response. This does not seem to be a valid value.

  • (61 stars)

    by Tristian Lyons on 11/02/2014

    The [HADV] Turbo boost gauges don't work on the Veloster Turbo engines. Other than that, works as advertised.The regular boost gauge that is given by torque works intermittently, but are calculated values from what I understand. Half my reason for buying

  • (61 stars)

    by omar zayed on 10/02/2014

    unfortunatly it does not work well with elantra 2012 .... why I dont know please re-chek or give us full details

  • (61 stars)

    by Ben Da Silva on 02/02/2014

    Works great on my 2013 Elantra GT 1.8 auto. (GD). Is there any PID to observe the changes that occur when active Eco is turned on?

  • (61 stars)

    by Benjamin Dempsey on 28/01/2014

    Works great

  • (61 stars)

    by Andrew Briers on 17/01/2014

    If you drive a manual Hyundai with no Turbo then all the PIDs are basically useless. Most refer to auto, the rest to Turbo. This is not made very clear in the description.