KIA Niro: Vehicle Information Systems (UVO)

  1. AVN head unit
  2. Crash pad LTE antenna (Wi-Fi, LTE 2)
  3. UVO Keypad
  4. Roof LTE antenna (AM/FM + DMB + GPS + LTE 1)

Description

Vehicle information systems (UVO) based on state-of-the-art IT systems, safety and security

Warning

The term "Telematics" is a combination of telecommunication and informatics. The Telematics system uses an assortment of communication devices mounted on the vehicle to analyze various vehicle and driving conditions and keep driving safe and convenient.

Service List for UVO

Service List for UVO

  1. Safety and Security

  1. Voice Recognition Module (VRM)

  1. Geographic Information System (GIS)

  1. Operator Service & ETC

Removal

Removal

AVN Head Unit

  1. Remove the AVN head unit.

    (Refer to Audio/AVN System - "Audio/AVN Head Unit")

Roof LTE Antenna

  1. Remove the roof LTE antenna.

    (Refer to Audio/AVN System - "Antenna")

Crash Pad LTE Antenna

  1. Remove the AVN head unit.

    (Refer to Audio/AVN System - "Audio/AVN Head Unit")

  2. Remove the crash pad LTE antenna (A) after loosening the mounting screws.

  1. Disconnect the connector (A) from the crash pad LTE antenna.

UVO Keypad

UVO Keypad

  1. Remove the inside rear view mirror.

    (Refe to Electro Chromic Inside Rear View Mirror - "Repair procedures")

Installation

  1. Install in the reverse order of removal.

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