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Axxess AXDIS-HK3 Data Interface with SWC for select Hyundai and Kia 2017-Up Vehicles

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Axxess AXDIS-HK3 Data Interface with SWC for select Hyundai and Kia 2017-Up Vehicles

Provides accessory power (12-volt 10-amp)
Retains R.A.P. (Retained Accessory Power)
Provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse, and speed sense)
Retains audio controls on the steering wheel
High-level speaker input
Retains the factory backup camera
Used in amplified and non-amplified systems
Micro-B USB updatable
Amplified to be used with AXSP-HK

Instruction Manual
Product Information Sheet

Vehicle Fitment:


  • Accent 2018-Up (1)
  • Elantra 2019-Up (2)
  • Elantra 2017-2018 (4)
  • Elantra GT 2018-Up
  • Ioniq 2018-Up (3)
  • Kona 2018-Up
  • Santa Fe 2019-Up (6)
  • Sonata 2018-Up
  • Sonata 2017 (3)


  • Forte 2019-Up
  • Forte / Forte 5 2017-2018 (4)
  • Optima 2019 (5)
  • Rio / Rio 5 2018 (1)
  • Sedona 2017-2018 (4)
  • Sorento 2019
  • Soul 2017-2019 (4)

(1) With Android Auto / Apple CarPlay radio
(2) With Android Auto / Apple CarPlay radio or NAV
(3) Without NAV
(4) With Android Auto / Apple CarPlay radio, without NAV
(5) With manual climate control
(6) Excluding 2020 models with 360-camera

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