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09
APPEARANCE CARE
Exterior Care
Finish maintenance
• If you park your vehicle near a
Washing
stainless steel sign or glass facade
To help protect your vehicle’s finish from
building, the vehicle’s exterior plastic
rust and deterioration, wash it thoroughly
parts such as a bumper, spoiler,
and frequently at least once a month
garnish, lamp or outside rearview
with lukewarm or cold water.
mirror might be damaged due to
If you use your vehicle for off-road
sunlight reflected from the sign or
driving, you should wash it after each
building. To prevent damage of the
off-road trip. Pay special attention to the
exterior plastic parts, you should
removal of any accumulation of salt, dirt,
avoid parking in areas where light may
mud, and other foreign materials. Make
be reflected or use a car cover. (The
sure the drain holes in the lower edges
exterior plastic parts applied to your
of the doors and rocker panels are kept
vehicle may vary.)
clear and clean.
• If you push or pull the spoiler to
Insects, tar, tree sap, bird droppings,
move the vehicle while parked or in
industrial pollution and similar deposits
a stationary state, the spoiler may be
can damage your vehicle’s finish if not
damaged.
removed immediately.
Exterior general caution
Even prompt washing with plain water
may not completely remove all these
It is very important to follow the label
deposits. A mild soap, safe for use on
directions when using any chemical
painted surfaces, should be used.
cleaner or polish. Read all warning and
caution statements that appear on the
After washing, rinse the vehicle
thoroughly with lukewarm or cold water.
label.
Do not allow soap to dry on the finish.
NOTICE
If you push or pull the spoiler to
move the vehicle while parked or in
a stationary state, the spoiler may be
damaged.
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Maintenance
High-pressure washing
NOTICE
• When using high-pressure washers,
make sure to maintain sufficient
distance from the vehicle.
Insufficient clearance or excessive
pressure can lead to component
damage or water penetration.
• Do not spray the camera, sensors or
its surrounding area directly with a
high pressure washer. Shock applied
from high pressure water may cause
the device to not operate normally.
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• Do not bring the nozzle tip close to
boots (rubber or plastic covers) or
Water washing in the engine
connectors as they may be damaged
compartment including high
if they come into contact with high
pressure water washing may cause
pressure water.
the failure of electrical circuits
located in the engine compartment.
Never allow water or other liquids
WARNING
to come in contact with electrical/
After washing the vehicle, test the
electronic components inside the
brakes while driving slowly to see
vehicle as this may damage them.
if they have been affected by water
before getting on the road. If braking
NOTICE
performance is impaired, dry the
brakes by applying them lightly while
Matte paint finish vehicle (if equipped)
maintaining a slow forward speed.
Automatic car wash which uses rotating
brushes should not be used as this can
damage the surface of your vehicle. A
NOTICE
steam cleaner which washes the vehicle
Do not use strong soap, chemical
surface at high temperature may result
detergents or hot water, and do not
the oil to adhere and leave stains that is
wash the vehicle in direct sunlight
difficult to remove.
or when the body of the vehicle is
Use a soft cloth (for example, microfiber
warm.
towel or sponge) when washing your
Be careful when washing the side
vehicle and dry with a microfiber towel.
windows of your vehicle.
When you hand wash your vehicle, you
Especially, with high-pressure water,
should not use a cleaner that finishes
water may leak through the windows
with wax. If the vehicle surface is too
and wet the interior.
dirty (sand, dirt, dust, contaminant,
etc.), clean the surface with water
To prevent damage to the plastic
before washing the car.
parts, do not clean with chemical
solvents or strong detergents.
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09
Waxing
Finish damage repair
A good coat of wax is a barrier between
Deep scratches or stone chips in the
your paint and contaminate. Keeping
painted surface must be repaired
a good coat of wax on your vehicle will
promptly. Exposed metal will quickly
help protect it.
rust and may develop into a major repair
Wax the vehicle when water will no
expense.
longer bead on the paint.
Always wash and dry the vehicle before
NOTICE
waxing. Use a good quality liquid or
If your vehicle is damaged and requires
paste wax, and follow the manufacturer’s
any metal repair or replacement,
instructions. Wax all metal trim to protect
be sure the body shop applies anti-
it and to maintain its luster.
corrosion materials to the parts
Removing oil, tar, and similar materials
repaired or replaced.
with a spot remover will usually strip the
wax from the finish. Be sure to re-wax
NOTICE
these areas even if the rest of the vehicle
does not yet need waxing.
Matte paint finish vehicle (if equipped)
In case of matte paint finish vehicles,
NOTICE
it is impossible to modify only the
damaged area and repair of the whole
Wiping dust or dirt off the body with
part is necessary. If the vehicle is
a dry cloth will scratch the finish.
damaged and painting is required, have
Do not use steel wool, abrasive
your vehicle maintained and repaired
cleaners, or strong detergents
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. Take
containing highly alkaline or
extreme care, as it is difficult to restore
caustic agents on chrome-plated or
the quality after the repair.
anodized aluminum parts. This may
result in damage to the protective
coating and cause discoloration or
paint deterioration.
NOTICE
Matte paint finish vehicle (if equipped)
Do not use any polish protector such as
a detergent, an abrasive and a polish.
In case wax is applied, remove the wax
immediately using a silicon remover
and if any tar or tar contaminant is on
the surface use a tar remover to clean.
However, be careful not to apply too
much pressure on the painted area.
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Maintenance
Bright-metal maintenance
Aluminum wheel maintenance
• To remove road tar and insects, use
The aluminum wheels are coated with a
a tar remover, not a scraper or other
clear protective finish.
sharp object.
• Do not use abrasive cleaner, polishing
• To protect the surfaces of bright metal
compound, solvent, or wire brushes
parts from corrosion, apply a coating
on aluminum wheels.
of wax or chrome preservative and rub
• Clean the wheel when it has cooled.
to a high luster.
• Use only a mild soap or neutral
• During winter weather or in coastal
detergent, and rinse thoroughly with
areas, cover the bright metal parts
water. Also, clean the wheels after
with a heavier coating of wax or
driving on salted roads.
preservative. If necessary, coat the
• Do not wash the wheels with high-
parts with non-corrosive petroleum
speed car wash brushes.
jelly or other protective compound.
• Do not use any cleaners containing
Underbody maintenance
acid or alkaline detergents.
Corrosive materials used for ice and
Corrosion protection
snow removal and dust control may
collect on the underbody. If these
Protecting your vehicle from corrosion
materials are not removed, accelerated
By using the most advanced design
rusting can occur on underbody parts
and construction practices to combat
such as the fuel lines, frame, floor pan
corrosion, HYUNDAI produces vehicles
and exhaust system, even though they
of the highest quality. However, this is
have been treated with rust protection.
only part of the job. To achieve the long-
Thoroughly flush the vehicle underbody
term corrosion resistance your vehicle
and wheel openings with lukewarm or
can deliver, the owner’s cooperation and
cold water once a month, after off-road
assistance is also required.
driving and at the end of each winter. Pay
special attention to these areas because
Common causes of corrosion
it is difficult to see all the mud and dirt.
The most common causes of corrosion
It will do more harm than good to wet
on your vehicle are:
down the road grime without removing
• Road salt, dirt and moisture that is
it. The lower edges of doors, rocker
allowed to accumulate underneath
panels, and frame members have drain
the vehicle.
holes that should not be allowed to clog
with dirt; trapped water in these areas
• Removal of paint or protective
can cause rusting.
coatings by stones, gravel, abrasion
or minor scrapes and dents which
leave unprotected metal exposed to
WARNING
corrosion.
After washing the vehicle, test the
brakes while driving slowly to see if
they have been affected by water. If
braking performance is impaired, dry
the brakes by applying them lightly
while maintaining a slow forward
speed.
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09
High-corrosion areas
To help prevent corrosion
If you live in an area where your vehicle is
Keep your vehicle clean
regularly exposed to corrosive materials,
The best way to prevent corrosion is
corrosion protection is particularly
to keep your vehicle clean and free of
important. Some of the common causes
corrosive materials. Attention to the
of accelerated corrosion are road salts,
underside of the vehicle is particularly
dust control chemicals, ocean air and
important.
industrial pollution.
If you live in a high-corrosion area —
Moisture breeds corrosion
where road salts are used, near the
Moisture creates the conditions in
ocean, areas with industrial pollution,
which corrosion is most likely to occur.
acid rain, etc.—, you should take extra
For example, corrosion is accelerated
care to prevent corrosion. In winter,
by high humidity, particularly when
hose off the underside of your vehicle
temperatures are just above freezing. In
at least once a month and be sure to
such conditions, the corrosive material is
clean the underside thoroughly when
kept in contact with the vehicle surfaces
winter is over.
by moisture that is slow to evaporate.
When cleaning underneath the
Mud is particularly corrosive because
vehicle, pay particular attention to the
it is slow to dry and holds moisture in
components under the fenders and
contact with the vehicle. Although the
other areas that are hidden from view.
mud appears to be dry, it can still retain
Do a thorough job; just dampening
moisture and promote corrosion.
the accumulated mud rather than
washing it away will accelerate
High temperatures can also accelerate
corrosion rather than prevent it. Water
corrosion of parts that are not properly
under high pressure and steam are
ventilated so the moisture can be
particularly effective in removing
dispersed. For all these reasons, it is
accumulated mud and corrosive
particularly important to keep your
materials.
vehicle clean and free of mud or
accumulations of other materials. This
When cleaning lower door panels,
applies not only to the visible surfaces
rocker panels and frame members, be
but particularly to the underside of the
sure that drain holes are kept open so
vehicle.
that moisture can escape and not be
trapped inside to accelerate corrosion.
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Maintenance
Keep your garage dry
Interior Care
Don’t park your vehicle in a damp,
Interior general precautions
poorly ventilated garage. This creates
Prevent caustic solutions such as
a favorable environment for corrosion.
perfume and cosmetic oil, from
This is particularly true if you wash your
contacting the interior parts because
vehicle in the garage or drive it into the
they may cause damage or discoloration.
garage when it is still wet or covered with
If they do contact the interior parts,
snow, ice or mud. Even a heated garage
wipe them off immediately. See the
can contribute to corrosion unless it is
instructions for the proper way to clean
well ventilated so moisture is dispersed.
vinyl.
Keep paint and trim in good condition
NOTICE
Scratches or chips in the finish should
Never allow water or other liquids
be covered with “touch-up” paint as
soon as possible to reduce the possibility
to come in contact with electrical/
electronic components inside the
of corrosion. If bare metal is showing
through, the attention of a qualified body
vehicle as this may damage them.
and paint shop is recommended.
When cleaning leather products
(steering wheel, seats etc.), use
Bird droppings are highly corrosive and
neutral detergents or low alcohol
may damage painted surfaces in just a
content solutions. If you use high
few hours. Always remove bird droppings
alcohol content solutions or acid/
as soon as possible.
alkaline detergents, the color of the
leather may fade or the surface may
get stripped off.
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09
Cleaning the upholstery and interior
Leather (if equipped)
trim
Features of seat leather
Vinyl (if equipped)
- Leather is made from the outer skin
Remove dust and loose dirt from vinyl
of an animal, which goes through a
with a whisk broom or vacuum cleaner.
special process to be available for
Clean vinyl surfaces with a vinyl cleaner.
use. Since it is a natural product,
each part differs in thickness or
density.
Fabric (if equipped)
Wrinkles may appear as a natural
Remove dust and loose dirt from
result of stretching and shrinking
fabric with a whisk broom or vacuum
depending on the temperature and
cleaner. Clean with a mild soap solution
humidity.
recommended for upholstery or carpets.
Remove fresh spots immediately with
- The seat is made of stretchable
a fabric spot cleaner. If fresh spots do
fabric to improve comfort.
not receive immediate attention, the
- The parts contacting the body are
fabric can be stained and its color can be
curved and the side supporting
affected. Also, its fire-resistant properties
area is high which provides driving
can be reduced if the material is not
comfort and stability.
properly maintained.
- Wrinkles may appear naturally
from usage. It is not a fault of the
NOTICE
products.
Using anything but recommended
cleaners and procedures may affect the
CAUTION
fabric’s appearance and fire-resistant
properties.
Wrinkles or abrasions which appear
naturally from usage are not covered
by warranty.
Belts with metallic accessories,
zippers or keys inside the back
pocket may damage the seat fabric.
Make sure not to wet the seat. It may
change the nature of natural leather.
Jeans or clothes which could bleach
may contaminate the surface of the
seat covering fabric.
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Maintenance
Caring for the leather seats
Cleaning the seat belt webbing
- Vacuum the seat periodically to
Clean the belt webbing with any
remove dust and sand on the seat. It
mild soap solution recommended for
will prevent abrasion or damage of
cleaning upholstery or carpet. Follow
the leather and maintain its quality.
the instructions provided with the soap.
- Wipe the natural leather seat cover
Do not bleach or re-dye the webbing
often with dry or soft cloth.
because this may weaken the seat belt.
- Use of proper leather protector may
Cleaning the interior window glass
prevent abrasion of the cover and
helps maintain the color. Be sure to
If the interior glass surfaces of the
read the instructions and consult
vehicle become hazy (that is, covered
a specialist when using leather
with an oily, greasy or waxy film), they
coating or protective agent.
should be cleaned with glass cleaner.
Follow the directions on the glass cleaner
- Light colored (beige, cream beige)
container.
leather is easily contaminated and
the stain is noticeable. Clean the
seats frequently.
NOTICE
- Avoid wiping with wet cloth. It may
Do not scrape or scratch the inside of
cause the surface to crack.
the rear window. This may result in
damage to the rear window defroster
Cleaning the leather seats
grid.
- Remove all contaminations
instantly. Refer to instructions below
for removal of each contaminant.
- Cosmetic products (sunscreen,
foundation, etc.)
Apply cleansing cream on a cloth
and wipe the contaminated spot.
Wipe off the cream with a wet cloth
and remove water with a dry cloth.
- Beverages (coffee, soft drink, etc.)
Apply a small amount of neutral
detergent and wipe until
contaminations do not smear.
- Oil
Remove oil instantly with
absorbable cloth and wipe with
stain remover used only for natural
leather.
- Chewing gum
Harden the gum with ice and
remove gradually.
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09
EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM
The emission control system of your
1. Crankcase Emission Control
vehicle is covered by a written limited
System
warranty. Please see the warranty
The positive crankcase ventilation system
information contained in the Owner’s
is employed to prevent air pollution
Handbook & Warranty Information
caused by blow-by gases being emitted
booklet in your vehicle.
from the crankcase. This system supplies
Your vehicle is equipped with an
fresh filtered air to the crankcase through
emission control system to meet all
the air intake hose. Inside the crankcase,
applicable emission regulations. There
the fresh air mixes with blow-by gases,
are three emission control systems, as
which then pass through the PCV valve
follows.
into the induction system.
(1) Crankcase emission control system
2. Evaporative Emission Control
(2) Evaporative emission control system
System Including Onboard
(3) Exhaust emission control system
Refueling Vapor Recovery
(ORVR)
In order to ensure the proper function
The Evaporative Emission Control System
of the emission control systems, have
is designed to prevent fuel vapors from
your vehicle inspected and maintained
escaping into the atmosphere. The
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer in
ORVR system is designed to allow the
accordance with the maintenance
vapors from the fuel tank to be loaded
schedule in this manual.
into a canister while refueling at the gas
station, preventing the escape of fuel
NOTICE
vapors into the atmosphere.
For the Inspection and Maintenance
Canister
Test (with Electronic Stability Control
(ESC) system)
Fuel vapors generated inside the fuel
tank are absorbed and stored in the
To prevent the vehicle from misfiring
onboard canister. When the engine is
during dynamometer testing, turn
running, the fuel vapors absorbed in the
the Electronic Stability Control
canister are drawn into the surge tank
(ESC) system off by pressing the ESC
through the purge control solenoid valve.
switch (ESC OFF light illuminated).
After dynamometer testing is
Purge Control Solenoid Valve (PCSV)
completed, turn the ESC system back
The purge control solenoid valve
on by pressing the ESC switch again.
is controlled by the Engine Control
Module (ECM); when the engine coolant
temperature is low during idling, the
PCSV closes so that evaporated fuel
is not taken into the engine. After the
engine warms-up during ordinary
driving, the PCSV opens to introduce
evaporated fuel to the engine.
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Maintenance
3. Exhaust Emission Control
Do not operate the engine in confined
or closed areas (such as garages) any
System
more than what is necessary to move
The Exhaust Emission Control System is
the vehicle in or out of the area.
a highly effective system which controls
When the vehicle is stopped in an
exhaust emissions while maintaining
open area for more than a short time
good vehicle performance.
with the engine running, adjust the
When the engine starts or fails to start,
ventilation system (as needed) to draw
excessive attempts to restart the engine
outside air into the vehicle.
may cause damage to the emission
Never sit in a parked or stopped
system.
vehicle for any extended time with the
engine running.
Engine exhaust (carbon monoxide)
precautions
When the engine stalls or fails to
start, excessive attempts to restart
• Carbon monoxide can be present
the engine may cause damage to the
with other exhaust fumes. If you smell
emission control system.
exhaust fumes of any kind in your
vehicle, drive with all the windows
fully open. Have your vehicle checked
and repaired immediately.
WARNING
Engine exhaust gases contain carbon
monoxide (CO). Though colorless and
odorless, it is dangerous and could be
lethal if inhaled. Follow the instructions
on this page to avoid CO poisoning.
WARNING
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65
WARNING
Engine exhaust and a wide variety of
automobile components and parts,
including components found in the
interior furnishings in a vehicle, contain
or emit chemicals known to the State
of California to cause cancer and
birth defects and reproductive harm.
In addition, certain fluids contained
in vehicles and certain products of
component wear contain or emit
chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer and birth
defects or other reproductive harm.
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09
Operating precautions for catalytic
Your vehicle is equipped with a catalytic
converters (if equipped)
converter emission control device.
To prevent damage to the catalytic
WARNING
converter and to your vehicle, take the
following precautions:
The exhaust system and catalytic
converter are very hot during and
Use only UNLEADED FUEL for
immediately after the engine has been
gasoline engines.
running. To avoid SERIOUS INJURY or
Do not operate the vehicle when
DEATH:
there are signs of engine malfunction,
Do not park, idle, or drive the vehicle
such as misfire or a noticeable loss of
over or near flammable objects, such
performance.
as grass, vegetation, paper, leaves,
Do not misuse or abuse the engine.
etc. A hot exhaust system can ignite
Examples of misuse are coasting with
flammable items under your vehicle.
the engine off and descending steep
Keep away from the exhaust system
grades in gear with the engine off.
and catalytic converter or you may
Do not operate the engine at high
get burned.
idle speed for extended periods (5
Also, do not remove the heat sink
minutes or more).
around the exhaust system, do not
Do not modify or tamper with any
seal the bottom of the vehicle, and
part of the engine or emission
do not coat the vehicle for corrosion
control system. All inspections and
control. It may present a fire risk
adjustments must be made by an
under certain conditions.
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Avoid driving with extremely low
fuel level. If you run out of gasoline,
it could cause the engine to misfire
and result in excessive loading of the
catalytic converter.
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Maintenance
CALIFORNIA PERCHLORATE NOTICE
Perchlorate Material-special handling may apply, See:
Notice to California Vehicle Dismantlers:
Perchlorate containing materials, such as air bag inflators, seatbelt pretensioners and
keyless remote entry batteries, must be disposed of according to Title 22 California
Code of Regulations Section 67384.10 (a).
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Index
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Index
A
Air Bag - Advanced Supplemental Restraint System
3-31
Additional Safety Precautions
3-53
Air Bag Warning Labels
3-53
How Does the Air Bag System Operate?
3-36
Occupant Classification System (OCS)
3-41
SRS Care
3-52
What to Expect After an Air Bag Inflates
3-40
Where Are the Air Bags?
3-33
Why Didn’t My Air Bag Go Off in a Collision?
3-47
Air Cleaner
9-25
Filter Replacement
9-25
Air Conditioner Compressor Label
2-15
Air Conditioning Refrigerant Label
2-15
Air Conditioning System
2-11
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
6-31
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
6-32
Good Braking Practices
6-39
Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC)
6-38
Vehicle Stability Management (VSM)
6-37
Appearance Care
9-65
Exterior Care
9-65
Interior Care
9-70
Automatic Climate Control System
5-89
Automatic Heating and Air Conditioning
5-90
Manual Heating and Air Conditioning
5-91
System Maintenance
5-99
System Operation
5-97
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B
Battery
9-30
Battery Capacity Label
9-31
Battery Recharging
9-32
For Best Battery Service
9-31
Reset Items
9-32
Before Driving
6-4
Before Entering the Vehicle
6-4
Before Starting
6-4
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)
7-20
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-28
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist Operation
7-24
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist Settings
7-22
Brake System
6-28
Disc Brakes Wear Indicator
6-28
High Performance Brake
6-29
Parking Brake
6-29
Power Brakes
6-28
Brake/Clutch Fluid
9-23
Checking the Brake/Clutch Fluid Level
9-23
Bulb Wattage
2-9
C
Cabin Air Filter
9-27
Filter Inspection
9-27
Filter Replacement
9-27
California Perchlorate Notice
9-76
Child Restraint System (CRS)
3-22
Children Always in the Rear
3-22
Installing a Child Restraint System (CRS)
3-24
Selecting a Child Restraint System (CRS)
3-23
Climate control additional features
5-106
Automatic Ventilation
5-106
Sunroof Inside Air Recirculation
5-106
Consumer Information
2-16
Cruise Control (CC)
7-50
Cruise Control Operation
7-50
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Index
D
Declaration of conformity
7-78
Dimensions
2-8
Drive Mode Integrated Control System
6-44
Drive Mode
6-44
N Mode
6-46
NGS (N Grin Shift)
6-48
Vehicle Characteristic
6-49
Driver Attention Warning (DAW)
7-43
Driver Attention Warning Malfunction and Limitations
7-47
Driver Attention Warning Operation
7-45
Driver Attention Warning Settings
7-43
Dual Clutch Transmission
6-18
Dual Clutch Transmission Operation
6-18
Good Driving Practices
6-27
LCD Display for Transmission Temperature and Warning Message
6-20
Paddle Shifter (Manual Shift Mode)
6-26
Parking
6-26
E
Electronic Control Suspension (ECS)
6-40
Electronic Limited Slip Differential
6-41
Warning messages
6-42
Emission Control System
9-73
Engine Compartment
2-7, 9-3
Engine Coolant
9-19
Changing Engine Coolant
9-22
Checking the Engine Coolant Level
9-19
Engine Number
2-15
Engine Oil
9-16
Checking the Engine Oil and Filter
9-17
Checking the Engine Oil Level
9-16
Engine Specification
2-8
Engine Start/Stop Button
6-5
Explanation of Scheduled Maintenance Items
9-14
Drive Axle Shafts and Boots
9-15
Dual clutch transmission fluid
9-15
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Exterior Lights
5-65
Battery Saver Function
5-68
Headlamp Delay Function
5-68
High Beam Operation
5-66
Lighting Control
5-65
Turn Signals And Lane Change Signals
5-67
Exterior Overview (I)
2-2
Exterior Overview (II)
2-3
F
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) (Front view camera only)
7-2
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-7
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist Operation
7-5
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist Settings
7-3
Fuel filler door
5-63
Fuel Requirements
1-5
Fuses
9-47
Engine Compartment Panel Fuse Replacement
9-49
Fuse/Relay Panel Description
9-50
Instrument Panel Fuse Replacement
9-48
G
Guide to Hyundai Genuine Parts
1-3
H
Hazard Warning Flasher
8-2
High Beam Assist (HBA)
5-69
Detecting Sensor
5-69
High Beam Assist Malfunction and Limitations
5-70
High Beam Assist Operation
5-69
High Beam Assist Settings
5-69
Hood
5-56
How to Use This Manual
1-4
Hyundai Motor America
1-2
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Index
I
If the Engine Overheats
8-7
If the Engine Will not Start
8-3
If the Engine Doesn’t Turn Over or Turns Over Slowly
8-3
If the Engine Turns Over Normally but Doesn’t Start
8-3
If You Have a Flat Tire (with tire mobility kit)
8-15
Components of the Tire Mobility Kit
8-16
How to Adjust Tire Pressure
8-20
Introduction
8-15
Notes on the Safe Use of the Tire Mobility Kit
8-21
Using the Tire Mobility Kit when a Tire is Flat
8-17
Important Safety Precautions
3-2
Air Bag Hazards
3-2
Always Wear Your Seat Belt
3-2
Control Your Speed
3-2
Driver Distraction
3-2
Keep Your Vehicle in Safe Condition
3-2
Restrain All Children
3-2
In Case of an Emergency While Driving
8-2
If the Engine Stalls at a Crossroad or Crossing
8-2
If the Engine Stalls While Driving
8-2
If you Have a Flat Tire While Driving
8-3
Infotainment System
5-114
Antenna
5-114
Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Hands-free
5-116
How Vehicle Radio Works
5-117
Infotainment System
5-116
Steering Wheel Audio Control
5-115
USB Port
5-114
Voice Recognition
5-116
Instrument Cluster
4-4
Gauges and Meters
4-5
Instrument Cluster Control
4-5
LCD Display Messages
4-21
Transmission Shift Indicator
4-10
Warning and Indicator Lights
4-11
Instrument Panel Overview (III)
2-6
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I
Interior Features
5-108
Clock
5-112
Coat Hook
5-113
Cup Holder
5-108
Power Outlet
5-109
Sunvisor
5-109
Wireless Cellular Phone Charging System
5-110
Interior Lights
5-72
Front Lamps
5-72
Interior Lamp AUTO Cut
5-72
Luggage Compartment Lamp
5-74
Rear Lamp
5-73
Vanity Mirror Lamp
5-74
Welcome System
5-75
Interior Overview (I)
2-4
Interior Overview (II)
2-5
Introduction
1-2
J
Jump Starting
8-4
L
Lane Following Assist (LFA)
7-54
Lane Following Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-57
Lane Following Assist Operation
7-55
Lane Following Assist Settings
7-54
Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)
7-14
Lane Keeping Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-18
Lane Keeping Assist Operation
7-16
Lane Keeping Assist Settings
7-14
LCD Display
4-25
LCD Display Control
4-25
Trip Computer
4-37
User Settings Mode
4-31
View Modes
4-26
Light Bulbs
9-58
Headlamp, Position Lamp, Turn Signal Lamp and Daytime Running
Light Bulb Replacement
9-59
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Index
M
Maintenance Services
9-4
Owner Maintenance Precautions
9-4
Owner’s Responsibility
9-4
Manual Climate Control System
5-78
Heating and Air Conditioning
5-79
System Maintenance
5-87
System Operation
5-85
Manual Speed Limit Assist (MSLA)
7-40
Manual Speed Limit Assist Operation
7-40
Manual Transmission
6-12
Good Driving Practices
6-14
Manual Transmission Operation
6-12
Rev Matching
6-15
Mirrors
5-35
Inside Rearview Mirror
5-35
Side View Mirrors
5-46
N
N Button
6-43
N1/N2 Button Settings
6-43
O
Owner Maintenance
9-5
Owner Maintenance Schedule
9-5
P
Parking Brake
9-24
Checking the Parking Brake
9-24
Performance Option
6-51
Launch Control
6-52
Maximum Performance Driving
(How to drive with Octane Number Learning)
6-61
N Power Shift (for DCT)
6-59
N Sound Equalizer
6-59
N Track Sense Shift (for DCT)
6-57
Performance Option Settings
6-51
Shift Light
6-55
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R
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA)
7-62
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist Malfunction and Limitations 7-68
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist Operation
7-65
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist Settings
7-63
Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)
5-31
Rear Occupant Alert Operation
5-31
Rear View Monitor (RVM)
7-58
Rear View Monitor Malfunction and Limitations
7-61
Rear View Monitor Operation
7-59
Rear View Monitor Settings
7-58
Recommended Lubricants and Capacities
2-12
Recommended Sae Viscosity Number
2-13
Reporting Safety Defects
2-17
Reverse Parking Distance Warning (PDW)
7-74
Reverse Parking Distance Warning Malfunction and Limitations
7-75
Reverse Parking Distance Warning Operation
7-75
Reverse Parking Distance Warning Settings
7-74
S
Safe Exit Warning (SEW)
7-34
Safe Exit Warning Malfunction and Limitations
7-37
Safe Exit Warning Operation
7-36
Safe Exit Warning Settings
7-35
Safety Messages
1-4
Scheduled Maintenance Services
9-7
Maintenance Under Severe Usage Conditions
9-12
Normal Maintenance Schedule
9-9
Seat Belts
3-13
Additional Seat Belt Safety Precautions
3-19
Care of Seat Belts
3-21
Seat Belt Restraint System
3-14
Seat Belt Safety Precautions
3-13
Seat Belt Warning Light
3-14
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Index
Seats
3-3
Front Seats
3-5
Head Restraints
3-9
Rear seats
3-7
Safety Precautions
3-4
Seat Warmers
3-11
Smart key
5-4
Automatic Door Lock and Unlock Features
5-30
Battery Replacement
5-10
Child-Protector Rear Door Locks
5-30
Hyundai Digital Key
5-12
Immobilizer System
5-11
Locking
5-4
Loss of a Smart Key
5-8
Mechanical Key
5-8
Operating Door Locks from Inside the Vehicle
5-28
Operating Door Locks from Outside the Vehicle
5-27
Panic Button
5-7
Remotely Starting Vehicle
5-7
Smart Key Precautions
5-9
Start-up
5-8
Trunk Unlocking
5-7
Unlocking your vehicle (When the Two Press Unlock feature is Off)
5-5
Unlocking your vehicle (When the Two Press Unlock feature is On)
5-6
Special Driving Conditions
6-62
Driving at Night
6-63
Driving in Flooded Areas
6-64
Driving in the Rain
6-63
Hazardous Driving Conditions
6-62
Highway Driving
6-64
Rocking the Vehicle
6-62
Smooth Cornering
6-63
Steering Wheel
5-33
Electric Power Steering (EPS)
5-33
Horn
5-34
Tilt Steering / Telescope Steering
5-34
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Storage Compartment
5-107
Center Console Storage
5-107
Glove Box
5-107
Sunroof
5-52
Automatic Reversal
5-54
Resetting the Sunroof
5-55
Slide Open/Close
5-53
Sunroof Open Warning
5-55
Sunshade
5-52
Tilt Open/Close
5-53
T
Theft-Alarm System
5-32
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
8-9
Changing a Tire with TPMS
8-13
Check Tire Pressure
8-9
Low Tire Pressure Position and Tire Pressure Telltale
8-11
Low Tire Pressure Telltale
8-11
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
8-10
TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) Malfunction Indicator
8-13
Tire Specification and Pressure Label
2-14
Tires and Wheels
2-10, 9-33
All Season Tires
9-44
Check Tire Inflation Pressure
9-35
Low Aspect Ratio Tires
9-45
Radial-Ply Tires
9-45
Recommended Cold Tire Inflation Pressures
9-34
Snow Tires
9-44
Summer Tires
9-44
Tire Care
9-34
Tire Maintenance
9-38
Tire Replacement
9-37
Tire Rotation
9-35
Tire Sidewall Labeling
9-38
Tire Terminology and Definitions
9-41
Tire Traction
9-38
Wheel Alignment and Tire Balance
9-36
Wheel Replacement
9-38
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Index
Towing
8-22
Emergency Towing
8-24
Emergency Towing
8-23
Removable Towing Hook
8-23
Towing Service
8-22
Trailer Towing
6-73
Trunk
5-58
Emergency Trunk Safety Release
5-59
Smart Trunk Release
5-60
V
Vehicle Auto-Shut Off
6-11
Deactivating Conditions
6-11
Operating Conditions
6-11
System Operation
6-11
Vehicle Break-In Process
1-7
Vehicle Certification Label
2-14
Vehicle Data Collection and Event Data Recorders
1-8
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
2-14
Vehicle Load Limit
6-69
Tire Loading Information Label
6-70
Vehicle Modifications
1-7
Vehicle Settings (Infotainment system)
4-39
Setting Your Vehicle
4-39
Volume and Weight
2-11
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W
Washer Fluid
9-24
Checking the Washer Fluid Level
9-24
Windows
5-48
Power Windows
5-49
Windshield defrosting and defogging
5-101
Auto Defogging System (only for automatic climate control system)
5-104
Automatic Climate Control System
5-102
Defogging Logic
5-103
Defroster
5-105
Manual Climate Control System
5-101
Winter Driving
6-65
Snow or Icy Conditions
6-65
Winter Precautions
6-67
Wiper Blades
9-28
Blade Inspection
9-28
Blade Replacement
9-28
Wipers and Washers
5-76
Windshield Washers
5-77
Windshield wipers
5-76
High Mounted Stop Lamp Replacement
9-62
Interior Light Bulb Replacement
9-63
License Plate Light Bulb Replacement
9-63
Rear Combination Lamp Bulb Replacement
9-60
Side Repeater Lamp Replacement
9-60
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