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Old 31st January 2018, 23:43   #61
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My queries to various users of this device on Creta,
1. How has been the performance since the installation? Has it shown any adverse effects on the other electricals and ECU?
2. Does it affect the warranty in anyway?
3. Does the "unlock on impact" feature provided by Hyundai get affected?

My Hyundai dealer has informed me that they can install a speed lock function (for circa Rs 6500/-). Dont know if they simply install such a OBD device or reprogram the ECU.
Hi PSP,

1. Performance has been excellent so far. No effect yet on ECU and other electricals.
2. Not sure, but i generally remove it before giving it for service.
3. Not sure, but i think that unlock feature should still work, as it does work if u manually locked the door anyway.

Your dealer is providing you the same thing, he needs the extra money to run the showroom! Not an easy affair, after all.
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Old 1st February 2018, 20:22   #62
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Thank you both Nonstop Driver and Insane Devil! I have ordered the gadget.

BTW, the dealer informed that he too is providing only an OBD device (albeit at a highly inflated price), confirming what Insane Devil has said.
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Its has been 16 months since Insane Devil first posted the message. Since then many have reported successful use of this OBD device for speed lock for Creta. And I am about to order one for me.

And then, I just read another post on "After-market accessories causing electrical problems in my Vitara Brezza", which got me thinking. (http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/techni...ra-brezza.html).

My queries to various users of this device on Creta,
1. How has been the performance since the installation? Has it shown any adverse effects on the other electricals and ECU?
2. Does it affect the warranty in anyway?
3. Does the "unlock on impact" feature provided by Hyundai get affected?

My Hyundai dealer has informed me that they can install a speed lock function (for circa Rs 6500/-). Don't know if they simply install such a OBD device or reprogram the ECU.

Have been using it for a year now & no issues.
1. How has been the performance since the installation? Has it shown any adverse effects on the other electricals and ECU?
A. Performance has been good, no effect on electricals what-so-ever. I had even discussed the same with the Hyundai Service Manager (whom I've built a rapport with), and he mentioned it was not an issue.

2. Does it affect the warranty in anyway?
A. The warranty should be unaffected, but it is advisable to remove it before handing-over for service. (I had forgotten to do so once, but seemed a non-issue again)

3. Does the "unlock on impact" feature provided by Hyundai get affected?
A. The Service Manager believes it would not affect the same similar to the fact that it hasn't affected the "Unlock on switch-off" function either.

As for the "Dealer installed Speed-lock", I suggest you ask them to confirm which one of the two (ECU reprogram or OBD) are they offering.
I would suggest the ECU re-programming; but only if it will be done as a Hyundai Authorized modification. This might ensure the speed-lock works even on un-locking one of the doors mid-way & re-continuing to drive.

On the OBD controlled on though, it won't re-lock the doors; once you un-lock them (say to drop someone) & continue to drive post that without a re-start.
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With some reasons the above link is not proper,pl follow this one

https://www.aliexpress.com/store/pro...615.0.0.BL57Eq
Had ordered this via the link above and on quick installation, it works like a charm
Functions claimed by the seller
1. car speed reach 10km/h, will lock the 4 doors
2. engine off, Unlock

It's just been a day that I've installed this and both these functions are working fine
BTW I've got a manual diesel
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Default Re: Speed-sensing Auto Lock for the Hyundai Creta! Simple OBD module for Rs 1,050 only

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Been using for 10 months now.
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Had ordered this via the link above and on quick installation, it works like a charm
I checked with the seller for my e+ petrol and he responded that it will be working only for Left hand drive models and won't work on right hand drive models . Do all got the same device for left hand drive, which is working well on creta right hand drive?

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Li XiongCai: we 100% sure it fit for creta MT for left hand drive but not sure fit for right hand drive maybe fit if you still want , you can try
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Seller did not mention left hand drive when I purchased it. But it sure works like a charm.
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Any update for the elite i20 users on this one? I own an Elite i20 2015 model with all the bells and whistles now you can only find on the asta 'O' variant but, speed sensing auto lock functionality is something that It needs badly.
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Any idea if this is creta specific or can be used on other Hyundai automatics? Would love this on my xcent automatic too!
I really need one for my new Santro AMT. It's being used by wife and hence becomes a more important accessory. Can someone help me, how to get one? I tried ordering this one, but it didn't work in my Santro AMT.

Is there any other OBD device that someone has tried for a AMT transmission. Creta has CVT and probably the CANBUS signals on both the cars are different.

I need a device that will work with the CANBUS signals of a AMT gearbox in a Hyundai. Pls help.
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Was happy to see this post, and give this a try but couldn't find one for i10 or Grand i10 on aliexpress.
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Big shoutout to RSK for sharing this - thank you!
The listing says that it is for "Hyundai I10 Grand AT/Automatic Gear".

Anybody bought it for Grand i10 Manual?
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