Hyundai Terracan (2007 year). Instruction - part 7

 

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Hyundai Terracan (2007 year). Instruction - part 7

 

 

FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
1
HIGH-MOUNTED REAR
95
STOP LIGHT
B550A01A-AAT
o Always drive your vehicle at a
(If Installed)
!
moderate speed.
CAUTION:
o Loading cargo or luggage over
o The cross bars should be posi-
specification on the roof rack may
tioned before carrying a load on
damage stability of your vehicle.
the roof rack.
o In case the sunroof is equipped,
do not position roof rack loads
that could interfere with opening
of the sunroof.
o The following specification is rec-
ommended when loading cargo
or luggage.
B550A01HP
34 kg (75 lb)
In addition to the lower-mounted rear
ROOF RACK
EVENLY DIS-
stop lights on either side of the car, the
TRIBUTED
high mounted rear stop light in the
center of the rear window also lights
o Loading cargo or luggage above
when the brakes are applied.
34 kg (75 lb) on the roof rack may
damage your vehicle.
When you carry large objects,
never let them hang over the rear
or the sides of your vehicle.
o To prevent damage or loss of
cargo as you are driving, check
frequently to make sure the lug-
gage carrier and cargo are still
securely fastened.
1 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
96
REMOTE FUEL-FILLER LID
RELEASE
B560A02HP-GAT
o Automotive fuels are flammable/
explosive materials. When refuel-
ing, please note the following
guidelines carefully.
-
Before touching the fuel nozzle
or fuel filler cap, have one's
hands in contact with metal
parts away from the filler neck
to discharge static electricity.
-
Do not get back in the vehicle
while refueling. Do not operate
HHP2015-D
B560A01HP
anything that can produce static
electricity. Static electricity dis-
The fuel-filler lid may be opened from
charge can ignite fuel vapors
inside the vehicle by pulling up on the
!
WARNING:
resulting in an explosion.
fuel-filler lid release lever located be-
Fuel vapors are dangerous. Before
-
When using a portable fuel con-
low the right of the driver's side crash
refueling, always stop the engine
tainer, be sure to place the con-
pad.
and never allow sparks or open
tainer on the ground while refu-
flames near the filler area. If you
eling. Static electricity dis-
NOTE:
need to replace the filler cap, use a
charge from the container can
If the fuel-filler lid will not open
genuine Hyundai replacement part.
ignite fuel vapors causing a
because ice has formed around it,
If you open the fuel filler cap during
fire. While starting refueling,
tap lightly or push on the lid to
high ambient temperatures, a slight
contact should be maintained
break the ice and release the lid. Do
"pressure sound" may be heard.
until the filling is complete.
not pry on the lid. If necessary,
This is normal and not a cause for
-
Do not use cellular phones
spray around the lid with an ap-
concern.
around a gas station. The elec-
proved de-icer fluid (do not use
Whenever you open the fuel filler
tric current or electronic inter-
radiator anti-freeze) or move the
cap, turn it slowly.
ference from cellular phones
vehicle to a warm place and allow
can ignite fuel vapors and cause
the ice to melt.
a fire.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
1
HOOD RELEASE
97
B570A01HP-AAT
- When refueling, always turn the
engine off. Sparks by electrical
equipment of the engine can
ignite fuel vapors causing a
fire. After refueling, check to
make sure the fuel filler cap is
securely closed, and then start
the engine.
- Do not smoke or try to light
cigarettes around a gas station.
Automotive fuels are flam-
HHP2017
mable.
HHP2016
2. Push the secondary latch lever side-
1. Pull the release knob to unlatch the
ways and lift the hood.
hood.
3. Raise the hood by hand.
1 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
98
SUN VISOR
B580A01HP-AAT
!
WARNING:
Do not place the sun visor in such
a manner that it obscures visibility
of the roadway, traffic or other ob-
jects.
Vanity mirror
HHP2017-1
B580A01HP
When closing the hood, slowly close
Your Hyundai is equipped with sun
the hood and make sure it locks into
visors to give the driver and front pas-
place.
senger either frontal or sideward shade.
To reduce glare or to shut out direct
rays of the sun, turn the sun visor
!
WARNING:
down.
o Always double check to be sure
A vanity mirror is provided on the back
that the hood is firmly latched
of the sun visor for the front passen-
before driving away. If it is not
ger.
latched, the hood could open
while the vehicle is being driven,
NOTE:
causing a total loss of visibility,
The Supplemental Restraint Sys-
which might result in an acci-
tem (SRS) label containing useful
dent.
information can be found on the
o Do not move the vehicle with the
front of each sun visor(If Installed).
hood in the raised position, as
vision is obstructed and the hood
could fall or be damaged.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
1
FRONT DOOR EDGE
HORN
REAR SEAT ARMREST
99
WARNING LIGHT
B620A01S-AAT
B610A01L-GAT
B611A01HP-AAT
(If Installed)
(If Installed)
HHP2070
B620A01HP
Press the pad on the steering wheel to
HHP2048
A red light comes on when the front door
sound the horn.
The rear seat armrest is located in the
is opened. The purpose of this light is to
center of the rear seatback. A storage
assist when you get in or out and also
box and two drink holders are included
to warn passing vehicles.
for convenience.
1 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
100
STEERING WHEEL TILT
HEADLIGHT LEVELING DE-
LEVER
VICE SYSTEM
B600A01HP-GAT
B340G01HP-GAT
Switch
(If Installed)
(If Installed)
LOADING CONDITION
position
Driver only
0
Driver + Front Passenger
0
Full Passengers
1
Full passengers + Maximum
2
Permissible Loading
Driver + Maximum
3
Permissible Loading
B600A01HP
B340G01HP
To adjust the steering wheel:
To adjust the headlight beam level ac-
cording to the number of the passen-
1. Pull the lever toward you and hold it
gers and the loading weight in the lug-
to unlock.
gage area, turn the beam leveling switch.
2. Raise or lower the steering wheel to
The higher the number of the switch
the desired position.
position, the lower the headlight beam
3. After adjustment, release the lever.
level. Always keep the headlight beam
at the proper leveling position, or head-
lights may dazzle other road users.
!
Listed below are the examples of proper
WARNING:
switch settings. For loading conditions
Do not attempt to adjust the steer-
other than those listed below, adjust
ing wheel while driving as this may
the switch position so that the beam
result in loss of control of the ve-
level may be the nearest as the condi-
hicle and serious injury or death.
tion obtained according to the list.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
1
CRUISE CONTROL
101
B660A01S-AAT
B660B01HP-AAT
NOTE:
(If Installed)
To Set the Cruise Speed
The "CRUISE" indicator light in the
instrument cluster will illuminate
after you have set the vehicle speed
at the desired speed (Gasoline En-
gine Only).
4. Remove your foot from the accel-
erator pedal and the desired speed
will automatically be maintained.
5. To increase speed, depress the
accelerator pedal enough for the
B660B01HP
vehicle to exceed the preset speed.
B660A01HP
When you remove your foot from
The cruise control system provides
1. Push in the cruise control main
the accelerator pedal, the vehicle
automatic speed control for your com-
switch. This turns the system on.
will return to the speed you have
fort when driving on freeways, toll
set.
roads, or other noncongested high-
NOTE:
ways. This system is designed to func-
The "CRUISE" indicator light in the
NOTE:
tion above approximately 40 km/h(25
instrument cluster will be illumi-
If the vehicle speed decreases more
mph).
nated when the main cruise control
than 15 km/h (9 mph) below the set
switch is activated(2.9 CRDi only).
speed or decreases below 40 km/h
(25 mph), the cruise control system
2. Accelerate to desired cruising speed
will automatically cancel the set
above 40 km/h(25 mph).
speed.
3. Push the control switch "SET"
(COAST) position.
1 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
102
B660C02HP-AAT
B660D01L-DAT
B660F02L-GAT
To Cancel the Cruise Speed
To Resume the Preset Speed
To Reset at a Slower Speed
B660C01HP
B660D01HP
B660B01HP
To disengage the cruise control sys-
The vehicle will automatically resume
1. Push the control switch "SET
tem, push the control switch "CAN-
the speed set prior to cancellation when
(COAST)" and hold it. While the
CEL". Additionally, the following ac-
you push the control switch "RESUME
control switch is pushed, the vehicle
tions will disengage the system:
(ACCEL)" and release it to return (when
speed will gradually decrease.
travelling above 40 km/h).
2. When the desired speed is obtained,
o Depress the brake pedal.
release the control button.
o Depress clutch pedal (Manual trans-
B660E01L-AAT
mission).
To Reset at a Faster Speed
o Shift the selector lever to "N" posi-
tion (Automatic transmission).
1. Push the control switch "RESUME
o Decrease the vehicle speed lower
(ACCEL)" and hold it.
than the memorized speed by 15
2. Accelerate to desired speed and
km/h(9 mph).
release the control switch. While
o Decrease the vehicle speed to less
the control switch is held, the ve-
than 40 km/h(25 mph).
hicle will gradually gain speed.
o Release the main switch.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
1
103
o During normal cruise control op-
!
WARNING:
eration, when the "SET" but-
o Keep the main switch off when
ton is activated or reactivated
not using the cruise control.
after applying the brakes, the
o Use the cruise control system
cruise control will energize after
only when traveling on open high-
approximately 3 seconds. This
ways in good weather.
delay is normal.
o Do not use the cruise control
when it may not be safe to keep
the car at a constant speed, for
instance, driving in heavy or vary-
ing traffic, or on slippery (rainy,
icy or snow-covered) or winding
roads or over 6% up-hill or down-
hill roads.
o Pay particular attention to the
driving conditions whenever us-
ing the cruise control system.
o During cruise-control driving
with a manual transmission ve-
hicle, do not shift into neutral
without depressing the clutch
pedal or the engine will be
overrevved. If this happens, de-
press the clutch pedal or release
the main switch.
1 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
HEATING AND COOLING CONTROL
104
B710A01TB-GAT
B710B01S-AAT
CENTER VENTILATOR
The center ventilators are located in
the middle of the dashboard. The di-
rection of air flow from the vents in the
center of the dashboard is adjustable.
To control the direction of the air flow,
move the knob in the center of the vent
up-and-down and side-to-side.
B710C02HP-AAT
SIDE VENTILATOR
The side ventilators are located on
each side of dashboard. To change
the direction of the air flow, move the
knob in the center of the vent up-and-
down and side-to-side. The vents are
opened when the vent knob is moved
to "
" position. The vents are closed
when the vent knob is moved to " ".
Keep these vents clear of any obstruc-
tions.
1. Side Defroster Nozzle
B710B01HP
2. Side Ventilator
3. Windshield Defroster Nozzle
4. Center Ventilator
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
1
HEATING AND VENTILA-
105
TION
B670A01HP-GAT
4. Air flow control.
B670B01A-AAT
This is used to direct the flow of air.
Fan Speed Control
Air can be directed to the floor,
(Blower Control)
dashboard outlets, or windshield.
Five symbols are used to represent
Face, Bi-Level, Floor, Floor-Defrost
and Defrost air positions.
B670A01HP
There are four controls for the heating
and cooling system. They are:
HHP2123
This is used to turn the blower fan on
1. Fan speed control.
and off and to select the fan speed.
This is used to turn the fan on and
The blower fan speed, and therefore
select the fan speed.
the volume of air delivered from the
2. Air intake control.
system, may be controlled manually
This allows you to select fresh out-
by setting the blower control between
side air or recirculation inside air.
the "1" and "4" position.
3. Temperature control.
This is used to turn the heating
system on and off and to select the
degree of heating desired.
1 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
106
B670C02Y-AAT
B670D01L-AAT
NOTE:
Air Intake Control
Air Flow Control
It should be noted that prolonged
operation of the heating system in
" " mode will give rise to fogging
of the windshield and side windows
and the air within the passenger com-
partment will become stale. In addi-
tion prolonged use of the air condi-
tioning with the " " mode selected
may result in the air within the pas-
senger compartment becoming ex-
cessively dry.
HHP2125
HHP2126
This is used to select fresh outside air
This is used to direct the flow of air. Air
or recirculating inside air.
can be directed to the floor, dashboard
outlets, or windshield. Five symbols
Fresh
are used to represent Face, Bi-Level,
Recirculation
Floor, Floor-Defrost and Defrost air
position.
With the " " mode selected, air enters
the vehicle from outside and is heated
or cooled according to the other func-
tions selected.
With the " " mode selected, air from
within the passenger compartment is
drawn through the heating system and
heated or cooled according to the other
functions selected.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
1
107
B670D01HP
B670D02HP
B670D03HP
Face-Level
Bi-Level
Floor-Level
Selecting the "Face" mode will cause
Air is discharged through the face vents
Air is discharged through the floor
air to be discharged through the face
and the floor vents. This makes it
vents, windshield defroster nozzle, side
level vents.
possible to have cooler air from the
defroster nozzle and side ventilator.
dashboard vents and warmer air from
the floor outlets at the same time.
1 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
108
B670E02A-AAT
Temperature Control
B670D04HP
B670D05HP
Cool
Warm
Floor-Defrost Level
Defrost-Level
HHP2124
This control is used to adjust the degree
Air is discharged through the wind-
Air is discharged through the wind-
of heating or cooling desired.
shield defrost nozzle, the floor vents,
shield defrost nozzle, side defroster
side defroster nozzle and side ventila-
nozzle and side ventilator.
tor.
If the "Defrost" mode is selected, the
If the "Floor-Defrost" mode is selected,
A/C will turn on automatically and
the A/C will turn on automatically and
"Fresh" mode will be activated to im-
"Fresh" mode will be activated.
prove windshield defrosting.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
1
HEATING CONTROLS
BI-LEVEL HEATING
VENTILATION
109
B690A02S-AAT
B700A01A-AAT
B710A01A-AAT
B690A01HP
B700A01HP
B710A01HP
For normal heating operation, set the air
Your Hyundai is equipped with bi-level
To operate the ventilation system:
intake control to the fresh air (
)
heating controls. This makes it pos-
position and the air flow control to the
sible to have cooler air from the dash-
o Set the air intake control at the fresh
floor (
) position.
board vents and warmer air from the
air (
) position.
floor outlets at the same time. To use
o To direct all intake air to the dash-
For faster heating, the air intake con-
this feature:
board vents, set the air flow control
trol should be set in the recirculate (
)
to the face (
) position.
position.
o Set the air intake control to the fresh
o Adjust the fan speed control to the
air (
) position.
desired speed.
If the windows fog up, set the air flow
o Set the air flow control at the bi-level
o Set the temperature control between
control to the defrost (
) position (The
(
) position.
"Cool" and "Warm".
A/C will turn on automatically and
o Set the temperature control between
"Fresh" mode will be activated).
"Cool" and "Warm".
For maximum heat, move the tem-
perature control to "Warm".
1 FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
110
DEFROSTING/DEFOGGING
B720A02FC-AAT
NOTE:
When the A/C is operated continu-
ously on the floor-defrost level (
)
or defrost level (
), it may cause
fog to form on the exterior wind-
shield. If this occurs, set the air
flow control to the face level posi-
tion (
) and fan speed control to
the low position.
B720B01HP
B720A01HP
To remove frost or exterior fog on the
Use the heating/ventilation system to
windshield:
defrost or defog the windshield.
o Set the air flow control to the defrost
To remove interior fog on the wind-
(
) position.(The A/C will turn on
shield:
automatically and "Fresh" mode will
be activated.)
o Set the air flow control to the defrost
o Set the temperature control to warm.
(
) position.(The A/C will turn on
o Set the fan speed control to position
automatically and "Fresh" mode will
"3" or "4".
be activated.)
o Set the temperature control to the
desired position.
o Set the fan speed control between
"1" and "4" position.
FEATURES OF YOUR HYUNDAI
1
AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
111
B730A01L-AAT
B740A01S-AAT
B740B01HP-GAT
Operation Tips
(If Installed)
Air Conditioning Operation
Air Conditioning Switch
Cooling
o
To keep dust or unpleasant fumes
from entering the car through the
ventilation system, temporarily set
the air intake control to the
po-
sition. Be sure to return the control
to the position
when the irritation
has passed to keep fresh air in the
vehicle. This will help keep the driver
alert and comfortable.
o
Air for the heating/cooling system is
drawn in through the grilles just
ahead of the windshield. Care should
B740A01HP
B740B01HP
be taken that these are not blocked
The air conditioning is turned on or off
To use the air conditioning to cool the
by leaves, snow, ice or other ob-
by pushing the A/C button on the heat-
interior:
structions.
ing/air conditioning control panel.
o
To prevent interior fog on the wind-
o Set the side vent control to " ", to
shield, set the air intake control to
shut off the outside air entry.
the fresh air (
) position, and fan
o Turn on the fan control switch.
speed to the desired position, turn
o Turn on the air conditioning switch
on the air conditioning system, and
by pushing in on the switch. The air
adjust temperature control to de-
conditioning indicator light should
sired temperature.
come on at the same time.
o Set the air intake control to the fresh
air (
) position.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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