Hyundai Santa Fe: Components and Components Location - Crash Pad - Body (Interior and Exterior) - Hyundai Santa Fe DM 2013-2019 Service ManualHyundai Santa Fe: Components and Components Location

Components (1)

1. Main crash pad assembly
2. Crash pad side cover [LH]
3. Crash pad side cover [RH]
4. Steering column shroud lower panel
5. Crash pad lower panel
6. Fuse box cover
7. Crash pad under cover [LH]

Components (2)

1. Main crash pad assembly
2. Side def nozzle [LH]
3. Center speaker grill
4. Center speaker assembly
5. Crash pad upper tray
6. Photo sensor
7. Side def nozzle [RH]
8. Crash pad driver's panel [LH]
9. Side air vent duct [LH]
10. Crash pad side switch
11. Cluster assembly
12. Cluster fascia upper panel
13. Steering column shroud upper panel
14. Steering column shroud lower panel
15. Center crash pad cover [LH]
16. Center crash pad cover [RH]
17. Center air vent duct [LH]
18. Center air vent duct [RH]
19. Heater control unit
20. Audio assembly
21. Crash pad driver's panel [RH]
22. Crash pad garnish [LH]
23. Crash pad garnish [RH]
24. Crash pad center lower panel
25. Side air vent duct [RH]
26. Glove box
27. Glove box housing
28. Crash pad under cover [RH]
29. Cowl cross bar assembly
30. Crash pad main wiring harness


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