Disable Hyundai Santa Fe Check Engine Light via ELM327 Scanner

Here is a tutorial on using MINI ELM327 OBD2 scan tool to clear check engine light for Hyundai Santa Fe.


Device needed:

V1.5 Bluetooth ELM327 MINI Interface($7.99, Free shipping)


Torque lite APP run on Android PAD (download from Android APP store)


Vehicle model: Hyundai Santa Fe


Detailed procedure

Step1:Turn ignition on and Insert ELM327 MINI interface to vehicle OBDII port (the red indicator will light)


Step2: connect Android pad with ELM327 code reader via Bluetooth

Power up Android PAD

Click on “Setting” -> choose “Bluetooth”


Then click “search for device”, the pad will find the available devices, choose “OBDII” to connect


Input required PIN:1234 (or 0000), If these two codes don’t work, read the manual for the Bluetooth adapter to find out what code the manufacturer used.


And click OK to pair with OBDII


Step3: Clear fault codes

Open “Torque(Lite)” app


When it connected to ECU ok, click “setting” icon to go to function menu


Then choose “Fault Codes…” option


Choose “Show logged faults” and wait, it is requesting fault codes


It will show you the code on the screen,



You can click “web” to search for help or what does the code means on internet



Or you can just go back to choose “Clear logged faults”


Then read fault codes again, it will prompt you “No fault codes stored in ECU”


Done! These are all steps to clear check engine light, some customers also feedback that ELM327 scanner can also be used to diagnosis Hyundai Tucson 2011, Hyundai santa fe 2004 and so on.

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