Hyundai B1495: BTS (Belt-Tension Sensor) Defect

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Hyundai B1495: BTS (Belt-Tension Sensor) Defect

OVERVIEW
Severity
:
Medium
DIY Difficulty Level
:
Intermediate
Repair Cost
:
$150-$350
Can I Still Drive?
:
No

What Does The Hyundai B1495 Code Mean?

DTC B1495 is recorded when a malfunction is detected in the Belt-Tension Sensor.

What Are The Potential Causes Of The Hyundai B1495 Code?

  • Belt-Tension Sensor failure.
  • PODS ECU failure.
  • SRSCM Faulty.

Recommended Parts

Below are some recommended auto parts to help you address the trouble code affecting your vehicle and get it running smoothly again:

>>> WORKPRO 582-piece Crimp Terminals, Wire Connectors, Heat Shrink Tube, Electrical Repair Kit
>>> SRS Control Module

Note: During the purchasing process, please check carefully whether the part you want to buy fits your car!

Reference Sources

SRSCM (SRS Control Module) General Information for B1495 –¬†Hyundai Genesis Coupe, pages 278-280.

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