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Instrument Cluster
Master warning group
Tire Pressure
OTM050218N
OCN7080056N
For more information, refer to the "Tire
The Master Warning Light illuminates if
Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)"
one or more of the following occurs:
section in chapter 8.
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
system malfunction
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
radar blocked (if equipped)
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
malfunction (if equipped)
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
radar blocked (if equipped)
• High Beam Assist malfunction
• Lamp malfunction (if equipped)
• Smart Cruise Control malfunction (if
equipped)
• Tire Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS) malfunction (if equipped)
If the issue is resolved, the Master
Warning Light and the Master Warning
icon are turned off.
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Shift to P to edit settings/Engage parking
User settings mode
brake to edit settings
This warning message appears if you try
to select an item from the User Settings
mode while driving.
Change the settings after parking the
vehicle, applying the parking brake, and
shifting the gear to P (Park).
Quick guide (Help)
This mode provides quick guides for the
systems in the User Settings mode.
OCN7040038N
Select an item, press and hold the OK
In this mode, you can change the settings
button.
of the instrument cluster, doors, lamps,
For more information about each system,
etc.
refer to this Owner’s Manual.
1. Driver Assistance
2. Door
3. Lights
4. Sound
5. Convenience
6.Service interval
7. Theme selection
8.Other
9.Language
10.Reset
These options may differ depending on
which functions are available on your
vehicle.
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Instrument Cluster
1. Driver Assistance
Items
Explanation
• Smart Cruise Control
Driving
To set the Distance, Acceleration, Reaction Speed of Smart Cruise Control.
Convenience
For more information, refer to the "Smart Cruise Control (SCC)" section in
chapter 7.
To adjust Speed Limit Assist
• Speed Limit Offset
Speed limit
• Speed Limit Assist/Speed Limit Warning/Off
For more information, refer to the "Intelligent Speed Limit Assist (ISLA)"
section in chapter 7.
To adjust the warning methods of the driver assistance system.
Warning
• Warning Volume: High/Medium/Low/Off
Methods
• Haptic Warning
• Leading Vehicle Departure Alert
Driver
To activate or deactivate the Leading vehicle departure alert.
Attention
For more information, refer to the "Driver Attention Warning (DAW)" section
Warning
in chapter 7.
• Forward Safety
To activate or deactivate the Forward Safety.
• Forward Safety Warning Timing
To adjust the Forward Safety warning timing of the driver assistance
system.
For more information, refer to the "Forward Collision Avoidance Assist
(FCA) (Sensor fusion)" section in chapter 7
• Lane Safety
To activate or deactivate the Lane Safety.
Driving
For more information, refer to the "Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)" section in
Safety
chapter 7
• Blind-Spot Safety
To activate or deactivate the Blind-Spot Safety.
For more information, refer to the "Blind-spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
(BCA)" section in chapter 7
• Exit Safety
To activate or deactivate the Exit Safety.
For more information, refer to the "Safe Exit Warning (SEW)" section in
chapter 7
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Items
Explanation
• Parking Distance Warning Auto ON
To activate or deactivate Parking Distance Warning Auto On.
For more information, refer to the "Forward/Reverse Parking Distance
Parking
Warning (PDW)" section in chapter 7.
Safety
• Rear Cross-Traffic Safety
To activate or deactivate Rear Cross-Traffic Safety.
For more information, refer to the"Rear Cross-traffic Collision-Avoidance
Assist (RCCA)" section in chapter 7.
* The information provided may differ depending on which functions are applicable to
your vehicle.
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Instrument Cluster
2. Door
Items
Explanation
• Enable on Shift: All doors will be automatically locked if the shift lever is
moved from the P (Park) position to the R (Reverse), N (Neutral), or D
(Drive) position. (Only when the engine is running)
Auto Lock
• Enable on Speed: All doors will be automatically locked when the vehicle
speed exceeds 9.3 mph (15 km/h)
• Disable : The auto door lock operation will be deactivated.
• On Shift to P: All doors will be automatically unlocked if the shift lever is
moved to P (Park) position. (Only when the engine is running)
• On key out/Vehicle Off : All doors will be automatically unlocked when the
Auto Unlock
ignition key is removed from the ignition switch or the Engine Start/Stop
button is set to the OFF position.
• Disable : The auto door unlock operation will be canceled.
• Off: The two press unlock function will be deactivated. Therefore, all doors
will unlock if the door unlock button is pressed.
Two Press
• On: Only the driver’s door will unlock if the door unlock button is pressed.
Unlock
When the door unlock button is pressed again within 4 seconds, the
remaining doors will unlock.
To activate or deactivate the horn feedback. If the horn feedback is
activated, after locking the door by pressing the lock button on the remote
Horn
key, and pressing it again within 4 seconds, the horn feedback sound will
Feedback
operate once to indicate that all doors are locked (if equipped with remote
key).
To activate or deactivate the smart trunk.
Smart Trunk
For more information, refer to the "Smart Trunk release" section in chapter
5.
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3. Lights
Items
Explanation
To adjust the illumination level.
Illumination
• Level 1-20
• Off: The one touch turn signal function will be deactivated.
One Touch
3, 5, 7 Flashes: The turn signal indicator will blink 3, 5, or 7 times when the
Turn Signal
turn signal lever is moved slightly.
For more information, refer to the "Lighting control" section in chapter 5.
Headlight
• To activate or deactivate the headlight delay function.
Delay
For more information, refer to the "Lighting control" section in chapter 5.
• To activate or deactivate the High Beam Assist function.
High Beam
For more information, refer to the "High Beam Assist (HBA)" section in
Assist
chapter 5.
4. Sound
Items
Explanation
Cluster Voice
Guidance
To adjust the cluster voice guidance volume.
Volume
Welcome
To activate or deactivate the welcome sound.
sound
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Instrument Cluster
5. Convenience
Items
Explanation
Rear
• To activate or deactivate the rear occupant alert system.
Occupant
For more information, refer to the "Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)" section in
Alert
chapter 5.
• On door unlock: The welcome light turns on automatically when the doors
are unlocked.
Welcome
• On driver approach: The welcome light turns on automatically when the
Light
vehicle is approached with the smart key.
For more information, refer to the ‘’Mood lamp’’ section in chapter 5.
Wireless
To activate or deactivate the wireless charging system in the front seat.
Charging
For more information, refer to the "Wireless smartphone charging system"
System
section in chapter 5.
To activate or deactivate the Wiper/Light mode.
Wiper/Lights
When activated, the cluster display shows the selected Wiper/Light mode
Display
whenever you changed the mode.
Icy Road
To activate or deactivate the icy road warning function.
Warning
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6. Service interval
Items
Explanation
Enable
Service
To activate or deactivate the service interval function.
Interval
Information
To use the service interval menu, contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
If the service interval is activated and the time and distance is adjusted, messages are
displayed in the following situations each time the vehicle is turned on.
• Service in
: Displayed to inform the driver the remaining mileage and days to service.
• Service required
: Displayed when the mileage and days to service has been reached or passed.
Information
If any of the following conditions occur, the mileage and number of days to service may
be incorrect.
• The battery cable is disconnected.
• The fuse switch is turned off.
• The battery is discharged.
7. Theme selection
Items
Explanation
Theme A
To select the style of instrument cluster
Theme B
graphic style and setting.
Theme C
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8. Other
Items
Explanation
• Off: The average fuel economy will not reset automatically whenever
refueling.
• After ignition: When the engine has been OFF for 4 hours or longer the
Fuel Econ.
average fuel economy will reset automatically.
Reset
• After refueling: The average fuel economy will reset automatically after
adding 6 liters (1.6 gallons) of fuel or more and after driving speed exceeds
1 mph (1 km/h).
For more information, refer to the "Trip computer" section in this chapter.
Speed Unit
To select the speed unit. (km/h, MPH)
(if equipped)
Fuel Econ.
To select the fuel economy unit. (km/L, L/100km, MPG)
Unit
Temperature
To select the temperature unit. (°C,°F)
Unit
Tire Pressure
To select the tire pressure unit. (psi, kPa, bar)
Unit
9. Language
if equipped
Items
Explanation
Choose the language. You can choose the language in infotainment
Language
system. (if equipped)
10. Reset
Items
Explanation
You can reset the menus in the User Settings Mode. All menus in the User
Reset
Settings Mode are reset to factory settings, except language and service
interval.
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Trip computer
Since Refueling
Information
Some driving information stored in the
trip computer resets if the battery is
disconnected.
Current Trip
OCN7043112N
After the vehicle has been refueled, the
trip distance, total driving time and
average fuel economy appear.
To reset manually, press the OK button on
the steering wheel for more than 1 second
when "Since Refueling" appears.
OCN7043100N
Since Reset
The trip computer mode displays
information related to vehicle driving
parameters including fuel economy,
tripmeter information, and vehicle speed.
OCN7043113N
Accumulated trip distance, total driving
time, and average fuel economy appear.
The information is accumulated starting
from the last reset.
To reset manually, press the OK button on
the steering wheel for more than 1 second
when "Since Reset" appears.
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Digital speedometer
OIK047151N
Displays the speed of the vehicle.
Auto Stop accumulated time
ODN8A049036
Displays the elapsed time of engine stop
by the Idle Stop and Go system.
For more information, refer to the "Idle
Stop and Go (ISG) system" section in
chapter 6.
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Cluster display (Type B)
Cluster display control
OCN7040023L
OCN7040023
Switch
Operation
Function
Tap
MODE button for changing view modes.
,
Tap
MOVE switch for changing items.
Tap
SELECT/RESET button for setting the selected item.
OK
SELECT/RESET button for retrieving assist information or
Tap and hold
resetting the selected item.
Information
If equipped with an infotainment system, only the Settings menu in the infotainment
system is supported and not the instrument cluster.
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View modes
View Modes
Explanation
This mode displays driving information such as the trip
Utility group
distance, fuel economy and etc.
This mode displays:
• Smart Cruise Control (if equipped)
Driving assist group
• Lane Keeping Assist
• Lane Following Assist
• Driver Attention Warning
Navigation group
This mode displays the navigation guidance.
This mode displays the current operation conditions of Cruise
Driving info. group
Control, Smart Cruise Control, and Highway Driving Assists.
The information provided may differ depending on which functions are available on your
vehicle.
To reset the information, press and hold the OK button when the "Since refueling" is
displayed. The trip distance, the average fuel economy, and total driving time will reset
simultaneously.
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Trip computer group
• Smart Cruise Control malfunction (if
equipped)
• Tire Pressure Monitoring System
malfunction (if equipped)
If the issue is resolved, the Master
Warning Light and the Master Warning
icon are turned off.
Tire Pressure
OCN7043100N
The trip computer group displays
information related to vehicle driving
parameters including fuel economy,
tripmeter information, and vehicle speed.
For more information, refer to the "Trip
computer" section in this chapter.
OCN7080056N
Master warning group
For more information, refer to the "Tire
Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)"
section in chapter 8.
Driving Assist group
OTM050218N
The Master Warning Light illuminates if
one or more of the following occurs:
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
system malfunction
OCN7043092
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
radar blocked
SCC/LFA/HDA
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
Displays the state of Smart Cruise Control
system malfunction (if equipped)
(if equipped), Lane Following Assist, and
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
Highway Driving Assist.
radar blocked (if equipped)
For more information, refer to each
• Lamp malfunction (if equipped)
function information in chapter 7.
• High Beam Assist malfunction (if
equipped)
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Navigation group
OCN7040042N
Driving information summary (2)
OIK047147N
The current operation conditions of
Turn-by-turn navigation and
Cruise Control, Smart Cruise Control and
distance/time to destination appear
Highway Driving Assist.
when the Navigation group is selected.
Warning message group
Driving info. group
When the warning message light appears,
check the detailed information in warning
message group.
OCN7043095
Driving information summary (1)
The current operation conditions of
Cruise Control, Smart Cruise Control and
Highway Driving Assist. It does not show
such information while driving assist
mode is working.
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Vehicle settings
Setting your vehicle
(infotainment system)
if equipped
Vehicle Settings in the infotainment
system provides user options for a variety
of settings including door lock/unlock
features, convenience features, driver
assistance settings, etc.
Vehicle Settings menu
• Driver Assistance
OCN7043094
• Cluster
1. Press the SETUP button on the main
• Climate
keyboard.
• Seat
2. Select Vehicle to change the Vehicle
• Lights
Settings.
• Door
The infotainment system may change
• Convenience
after software updates. For more
These options may differ depending on
information, refer to the manual provided
which functions are available on your
in the infotainment system and the quick
vehicle.
reference guide.
WARNING
Do not operate the Vehicle Settings while
driving. This may cause distraction
resulting in an accident.
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5. Convenience features
Accessing your vehicle
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Remote key
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Smart key
5-7
Immobilizer system
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Hyundai digital key
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Digital key (smartphone)
5-14
Digital key (Card key)
5-19
Used vehicle/digital key maintenance
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Limitations of the system
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Door locks
5-25
Operating door locks from outside the vehicle
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Operating door unlocks from inside the vehicle
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Auto door lock/unlock features
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Child-protector rear door locks
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Theft-alarm system
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Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)
5-30
Rear occupant alert operations
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Steering wheel
5-30
Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS)
5-30
Tilt/telescopic steering
5-31
Horn
5-31
Mirrors
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Inside rearview mirror
5-32
Side view mirrors
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Windows
5-40
Power windows
5-41
Sunroof
5-44
Sunshade
5-44
Tilt open/close
5-45
Slide open/close
5-45
Automatic reversal
5-46
Resetting the sunroof
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Sunroof open warning
5-47
Hood
5-48
Opening the hood
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Closing the hood
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Trunk
5-49
Emergency trunk safety release
5-50
Smart Trunk release
5-51
Fuel filler door
5-54
Opening the fuel filler door
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Closing the fuel filler door
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Exterior lights
5-56
Lighting control
5-56
High beam operation
5-57
Turn signals and lane change signals
5-58
Interior lights
5-59
Interior lights auto off
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Mood lamp
5-60
Rear room lamp
5-60
Vanity mirror lamp
5-60
Luggage compartment lamp
5-61
Welcome system
5-61
Door handle light
5-61
Headlight and parking light
5-62
Interior light
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High Beam Assist (HBA)
5-62
High Beam Assist settings
5-62
High Beam Assist operation
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High Beam Assist malfunction and limitations
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Wipers and washers
5-65
Windshield wipers
5-65
Front windshield washers
5-66
Manual climate control system
5-67
Heating and air conditioning
5-68
System operation
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System maintenance
5-75
Automatic climate control system
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Automatic heating and air conditioning
5-78
Manual heating and air conditioning
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System operation
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System maintenance
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Windshield defrosting and defogging
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Manual climate control system
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Automatic climate control system
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Defogging logic
5-90
Rear window defroster
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Auto defogging system (only for automatic climate control system)
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Climate control additional features
5-92
Sunroof inside air recirculation
5-92
Automatic ventilation
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Automatic controls for the driver based on climate control system settings
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Storage compartment
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Center console storage
5-94
Glove box
5-94
Interior features
5-94
Cup holder
5-94
Sunvisor
5-95
Power outlet
5-95
USB charger
5-96
Wireless smartphone charging system
5-97
Clock
5-99
Coat hook
5-99
Infotainment system
5-100
USB port
5-100
Antenna
5-100
Steering wheel audio controls
5-101
Infotainment system
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Voice recognition
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Bluetooth® wireless technology
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How vehicle radio works
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Convenience features
Unlocking your vehicle (2)
Accessing your vehicle
Press the Door Unlock button (2) on the
remote key. The doors are unlocked. The
Remote key
hazard warning lights blink two times.
if equipped
Two press unlock setting
Your HYUNDAI uses a remote key that is
If you press the door unlock button on the
used to lock or unlock the driver’s and
remote key again within four seconds,
passenger’s doors or the trunk.
then all the doors are unlocked. Two press
unlock setting can be changed according
to owner’s preference in the instrument
cluster User Settings mode.
User settings mode method
You can activate or deactivate the Two
Press Unlock feature from the Settings
menu in the instrument cluster.
Select: User Settings > Door > Two Press
Unlock
For more information, refer to the
OIG046001
"Cluster display (Type A)" section in
chapter 4.
(1) Door Lock
(2) Door Unlock
Information
(3) Trunk Unlock
After unlocking the doors, the doors are
(4) Panic
locked automatically after 30 seconds
unless a door is opened.
Locking your vehicle (1)
1. Close all the doors, hood, and trunk.
Opening the trunk (3)
2. Press the Door Lock button (1) on the
Press and hold the trunk Open button (3)
remote key. The doors are locked. The
for more than one second. The trunk is
hazard warning lights blink.
unlocked. The hazard warning lights blink
3. Make sure the doors are locked by
two times.
pulling the outside door handle.
WARNING
Do not leave the Remote Key in your
vehicle with children that are unattended
or unsupervised.
Children could unintentionally place the
key in the ignition switch or operate the
power windows and other controls, or
even cause the vehicle to move, resulting
in serious injury or death.
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Using panic alarm (4)
Mechanical key
The horn sounds and the hazard warning
if equipped
lights blink for about 30 seconds if this
button is pressed for more than 1 second.
To stop the horn and lights, press any
button on the remote key.
Information
The word "HOLD" on the panic button
means you must press and hold for more
than one second to sound the panic
alarm.
Starting the vehicle
OIG046004
For more information, refer to the "Key
If the remote key does not operate
ignition switch" section in chapter 6.
normally, you can lock or unlock the door
by using the mechanical key.
NOTICE
To unfold the key, press the release
To prevent damaging the remote key:
button. The key unfolds automatically.
• Keep the remote key away from liquids
To fold the key manually, press the
or any type of extreme heat. If water or
release button.
liquid gets into the remote key or the
remote is subjected to extreme heat, it
NOTICE
may result in damage to the internal
Do not fold the key without pressing the
circuit. This could void the vehicle
release button. The remote key may be
warranty.
damaged.
• Avoid dropping or throwing the remote
key.
• Protect the remote key from extreme
Remote key precautions
temperatures.
The remote key may not work if any of the
following occur:
• The key is in the ignition switch.
• The maximum operating distance limit
is exceeded (about 32 ft. (10 m)).
• The remote key battery is weak.
• Other vehicles or objects may block the
signals.
• The weather is extremely cold.
• The remote key is close to a radio
transmitter such as radio station or
airport that can interfere with normal
operation of the remote key.
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When the remote key does not work
3. Reinstall the rear cover of the remote
correctly, unlock and lock the door with
key.
the mechanical key. If you have a problem
If you suspect your remote key might
with the remote key, contact an
have sustained some damage or you feel
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
your remote key is not working correctly,
If the remote key is in close proximity to
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
your mobile phone, the signals could be
blocked by your mobile phone’s
WARNING
operational signals.
This product contains a button battery.
This is especially important when the
If swallowed, a lithium button battery can
phone is active such as making and
cause severe or fatal injuries within 2
receiving calls, text messaging, and/or
hours. Keep batteries out of reach of
sending/receiving emails.
children.
Avoid placing the remote key and your
If you think batteries may have been
mobile phone in the same location and
swallowed or placed inside any part of the
always try to maintain an adequate
body, seek immediate medical attention.
distance between the two devices.
NOTICE
Keep the remote key away from
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electromagnetic materials that may block
electromagnetic waves to the key
surface.
An inappropriately disposed battery may
be harmful to the environment and
Battery replacement
human health. Always dispose of a used
Battery type: CR2032
battery according to your local law(s) or
To replace the battery:
regulations.
OPD046002
1. Insert a slim tool into the slot and gently
open the cover.
2. Remove the old battery and insert a
new one. Make sure the battery
position is correct.
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Smart key
Locking your vehicle (1)
if equipped
Button type
Your HYUNDAI may be equipped with a
smart key that can be used to lock or
unlock the doors, trunk, and start the
engine.
Type A
OCN7050078
To lock:
1. Close all doors.
2. Have the smart key with you.
Type B
3. Press the door handle button or press
the Door Lock button (1) on the smart
key. The chime sounds and hazard
warning lights blink. Also, the side view
mirrors fold if On door unlock or On
driver approach is selected from the
Settings menu in the instrument cluster
or infotainment system (if equipped).
4. Make sure the doors are locked by
pulling the outside door handle.
Touch sensor type
(1) Door lock
(2) Door unlock
(3) Trunk Open
(4) Panic
(5) Remote Start (if equipped)
OCN7053003
To lock:
1. Close all doors, hood, and trunk.
2. Have the smart key with you.
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3. Touch the outer part of the door handle
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on or near the handle detent for about 1
second or until you hear the door locks
Before you leave your vehicle with the
actuate. The chime sounds and hazard
Smart Key, verify that your vehicle is
warning lights blink. Also, the side view
locked. When using the touch sensor on
mirrors fold if On door unlock or On
the front door handle, listen to hear that
driver approach is selected from the
the lock has actuated, and then pull the
Settings menu in the instrument cluster
handle within 3 seconds to confirm the
or infotainment system (if equipped).
doors are locked.
4. Make sure the doors are locked by
(If it has been longer than 3 seconds,
pulling the outside door handle.
verify the doors are locked by pressing
the lock button on the Smart Key. You can
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hear a single beep.)
• The door handle button or touch sensor
only operates when the smart key is
within 28-40 in. (0.7-1 m) from the
WARNING
outside door handle.
Do not leave the Smart Key in your vehicle
• If you lock the door with the touch
with children that are unattended or
sensor, the doors cannot be unlocked
unsupervised.
with the touch sensor within 3 seconds.
Children could unintentionally press the
• If you lock the doors using the door
Button Start ignition switch or could
handle button or touch sensor, the
operate the power windows or other
doors are not locked under the
vehicle controls or even cause the vehicle
following circumstances:
to move. This may result in serious injury
- The Smart Key is in the vehicle.
or death.
- The Button Start ignition switch is in
the ACC or ON position.
- Any door is open (except for the
trunk).
If this occurs, a chime sounds for about 3
seconds. Check the vehicle before
attempting to lock the vehicle again.
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Unlocking your vehicle (2)
Touch sensor type
Button type
OCN7050093N
To unlock:
OCN7050078
1. Have the smart key with you.
To unlock:
2. Grab the door handle to activate the
1. Have the smart key with you.
door unlock touch sensor. The chime
2. Press the door handle button or press
sounds and hazard warning lights blink
the Door Lock button (2) on the smart
two times. Also, the side view mirrors
key. The chime sounds and hazard
unfold if On door unlock or On driver
warning lights blink two times. Also, the
approach is selected from the Settings
side view mirrors unfold if On door
menu in the instrument cluster or
unlock or On driver approach is
infotainment system (if equipped).
selected from the Settings menu in the
• If you unlock the doors using the
instrument cluster or infotainment
passenger side door handle, all the
system (if equipped).
doors are unlocked. If you unlock the
• If you unlock the doors using the
doors using the driver side door
passenger side door handle, all the
handle, either the driver’s side door is
doors are unlocked. If you unlock the
unlocked or all the doors are
doors using the driver side door
unlocked depending on the setting
handle, either the driver’s side door is
for the Two Press Unlock feature.
unlocked or all the doors are
Change the Driver Door unlock mode
unlocked depending on the setting
by referring to "Setting the Two Press
for the Two Press Unlock feature.
Unlock feature".
Change the Driver Door unlock mode
by referring to "Setting the Two Press
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Unlock feature".
The door handle button or touch sensor
only operates when the smart key is
within 28-40 in. (0.7-1 m) from the
outside door handle.
After unlocking the doors, the doors are
locked automatically after 30 seconds
unless a door is opened.
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Setting the Two Press Unlock feature
Information
You can activate or deactivate the Two
Press Unlock feature from the Settings
• During a car wash or rain, in order to
menu in the instrument cluster or
minimize unintentional operation of the
infotainment system. Select:
touch sensor, the touch sensor may
become insensitive. This is not a
User Settings > Door > Two Press
malfunction.
Unlock (for instrument cluster type)
• The doors may not lock or unlock in the
Settings > Vehicle > Door > Two Press
following situations.
Unlock (for infotainment system type)
- If the touch sensor is touched with
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gloves on.
- If the door is suddenly approached.
• For more information on the cluster
type Settings menu, refer to the
"Cluster display (Type A)" section in
chapter 4.
Unlocking the trunk (3)
To open:
• The infotainment system may change
after software updates. For more
1. Make sure you have the smart key in
information, refer to the user’s manual
your possession.
provided in the infotainment system
2. Press the trunk open/close button on
and the quick reference guide.
the vehicle or press and hold the trunk
Open button (3) on the smart key for
more than 1 second. The hazard
Setting the door lock/unlock prevention
warning lights blink twice and the trunk
feature
is unlocked.
The doors may lock or unlock if the touch
3. Pull up on the trunk to open.
sensor of the outside door handle is
recognized while washing your vehicle or
due to heavy rain.
Using panic alarm (4)
To prevent unintentional door lock or
The horn sounds and the hazard warning
unlock:
lights blink for about 30 seconds if this
button (4) is pressed for more than 1
Press the lock button on the smart key
second. To stop the horn and lights, press
and immediately press the unlock button
any button on the smart key.
along with the lock button for more than
4 seconds. The hazard warning lights
blink four times. At this time, the doors do
not lock or unlock even though the touch
sensor is touched on the outside door
handle. To deactivate the function, press
the door lock or unlock button on the
smart key.
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Remotely starting the vehicle (5)
Starting the vehicle
if equipped
Some models are equipped with a Button
To start the vehicle remotely:
Start ignition switch instead of a key
cylinder. You can leave your smart key in
1. Press the door lock button on the smart
your pocket or purse when you start your
key. You must be within about 32 ft. (10
vehicle.
m) from the vehicle.
For more information, refer to the "Push
2. Press and hold the Remote Start button
button start ignition switch" section in
(7) on your smart key for more than 2
chapter 6.
seconds. You must press the button
within 4 seconds from when you have
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pressed the door lock button. The
hazard warning lights blink and the
If the smart key is not moved for some
engine starts.
time, the detection function for smart key
operation will pause. Lift the smart key to
3. To turn off the engine, press the
activate the detection again.
Remote Start button (7) once.
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NOTICE
• In case of the manual operation, the
climate control system will be
To prevent damaging the smart key:
maintained even when the engine is
• Keep the smart key in a cool, dry place
turned OFF. However, the automatic
to avoid damage or malfunction.
operation is set to 72 °F (22 °C).The
Exposure to moisture or high
climate control system remain set
temperature may cause the internal
before the engine is turned OFF.
circuit of the smart key to malfunction.
• The engine turns off if you do not get on
This may not be covered under
the vehicle within 10 minutes after
warranty.
remotely starting the vehicle.
• Avoid dropping or throwing the smart
• The Remote Start button may not
key.
operate if the smart key is not within 32
• Protect the smart key from extreme
ft. (10 m) from the vehicle.
temperatures.
• The vehicle does not remotely start if
the hood or trunk is open.
• Do not idle the engine for a long time.
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Mechanical key
Loss of a smart key
If the smart key does not operate
A maximum of two smart keys can be
normally, you can lock or unlock the
registered to a single vehicle. If you
driver’s door by using the mechanical key.
happen to lose your smart key,
immediately take the vehicle and
remaining key to your authorized
HYUNDAI dealer or tow the vehicle, if
necessary.
Smart key precautions
The smart key may not work if any of the
following occur:
• The smart key is close to a radio
transmitter such as radio station or
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airport that may interfere with normal
operation of the transmitter.
Turn the knob (2) of the mechanical key
• The smart key is near a mobile two way
after removing the key protector (1).
radio system or a mobile phone.
After using the mechanical key, turn the
• Another vehicle’s smart key is being
key knob (2) and insert the key protector
operated close to your vehicle.
(1).
• If your windows are tinted, especially
with metallic window tint, it may cause
Key cylinder (Driver door)
frequency interference, reducing the
A key cylinder is located on the driver side
smart key operating range.
door handle hidden behind a plastic
• The vehicle battery is discharged.
cover. Using the mechanical key, push
and hold the key cylinder cover release
• Connecting an external device to the
button located on the underside of the
power outlet and placing the smart key
door handle refer to "Door locks" section
near the external device.
in this chapter.
If the smart key does not work correctly,
Use the mechanical key inserted into the
open and close the door with the
release button slot to open the cover
mechanical key. To start the engine, press
the Button Start ignition switch directly
outward. Once the cover is off, the
with the smart key. If you have a problem
mechanical key can be inserted into the
with the smart key, contact an authorized
key cylinder to lock or unlock the vehicle.
HYUNDAI dealer.
To reinstall the mechanical key into the
If the smart key is in close proximity to
smart key, put the key into the key hole
your mobile phone, the signal could be
and push inward until a click sound is
blocked by your mobile phone’s
heard.
operational signals. This is specifically
relevant when the phone is active such as
making and receiving calls, text
messaging, and/or sending/receiving
emails. If possible, avoid keeping the
smart key and your mobile phone in the
same location such as pants or jacket
pocket to avoid interference between the
two devices.
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If you suspect your smart key might have
NOTICE
sustained some damage, or you feel your
• Keep the smart key away from
smart key is not working correctly,
electromagnetic materials that may
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
block electromagnetic waves to the key
surface.
WARNING
• Always have the smart key with you
This product contains a button battery.
when leaving the vehicle. If the smart
If swallowed, a lithium button battery can
key is left near the vehicle, the vehicle
cause severe or fatal injuries within 2
battery may be discharged.
hours. Keep batteries out of reach of
children.
If you think batteries may have been
Battery replacement
swallowed or placed inside any part of the
Battery Type: CR2450
body, seek immediate medical attention.
To replace the battery:
1. Put the slim tool into the key hole (1) to
pry open the rear cover of the smart
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key.
An inappropriately disposed battery may
be harmful to the environment and
human health. Always dispose of a used
battery according to your local law(s) or
regulations.
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2. Remove the old battery and insert a
new battery. Make sure the battery
position is correct.
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3. Reinstall the rear cover of the smart
key.
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Immobilizer system
Hyundai digital key
The immobilizer system helps protect
if equipped
your vehicle from theft. If an improperly
Hyundai digital key provides convenience
coded key (or other device) is used, the
to the driver, which the driver can use to
engine’s fuel system is disabled.
lock or unlock the driver and passenger
When the ignition switch is in the ON
doors or the trunk and turn on the vehicle.
position, the immobilizer system
indicator should come on briefly, then go
off. If the indicator starts to blink, the
Digital key (smartphone)
system does not recognize the coding of
the key.
Information
Move the ignition switch to the
• Hyundai digital keys are only available
LOCK/OFF position, then to the ON
on smartphone that support digital key
position again.
functions, and digital key functions of
The system may not recognize your key’s
smartphones are provide by
coding if another immobilizer key or other
smartphone manufacturers.
metal object (e.g. key chain) is near the
• Available smartphone models can be
key. The engine may not start because the
found on smartphone manufactures’
metal may interrupt the transponder
website or HYUNDAI website.
signal from transmitting normally.
• Depending on the availability of service
If the system repeatedly does not
on the vehicle, some functions may not
recognize the coding of the key, contact
operated.
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Do not attempt to modify this system or
add other devices to it. Electrical
Setting your smartphone
problems may occur making your vehicle
To use the digital key (smartphone),
inoperable.
download the Bluelink App and sign up
Hyundai account and service.
Information
For more information about Bluelink,
To prevent theft of your vehicle, do not
refer to the infotainment system guide.
leave spare keys anywhere in your
vehicle. Your immobilizer password is a
customer unique password and should be
Registering your digital key
kept confidential.
(smartphone)
1. Turn on the vehicle with a smart key
and have your smart key with you in the
vehicle.
NOTICE
2. After selecting Digital Key > Set Up
Avoid exposing the key to moisture, static
Digital Key from the My Hyundai App in
electricity, and rough handling. The
the smartphone, register the digital key
Immobilizer system may malfunction.
according to the guidance in the
smartphone screen.
• Place your smartphone on the vehicle
authentication pad (wireless
charging pad) with the screen facing
up. (In case of Apple WATCH, the
watch face must be on the pad).
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• NFC communication may not work
for some smartphones depending on
the internal structure of the
smartphone. Move the smartphone
to the left or right of the indoor
authentication pad (wireless
charging pad) to operate.
To register the digital key (smartphone)
from the infotainment system
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• When the digital key (smartphone) is
saved, a message appears on the
infotainment system screen.
Information
• The NFC Antenna position on
Samsung device can be found in the
following path: Settings >
Connections > NFC and contactless
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payments.
If you cannot register the digital key
(smartphone) with the My Hyundai app,
try registering from the infotainment
system.
1. Turn off the vehicle, and then turn on
the vehicle with a smart key and have
your smart key with you in the vehicle.
2. Put the gear in P (Park), from the
infotainment system Settings menu,
select Settings > Vehicle > Digital key >
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Smartphone key and press the Save
button.
• The NFC Antenna position on Apple
iPhone is located at the top of the
3. Place your smartphone on the vehicle
rear and Apple WATCH is located at
authentication pad (wireless charging
the center of the screen.
pad) with the screen facing up. (In case
of Apple WATCH, the watch face must
• Ensure that the NFC Antenna position
be on the pad).
on the smartphone is in contact with
the vehicle authentication pad
• When the digital key (smartphone) is
(wireless charging pad).
saved, a message appears on the
infotainment system screen.
• The location of the NFC Antenna on
the smartphone may vary by phone
model, so please contact the
smartphone manufacturer for
details.
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Using the digital key (smartphone)
Information
The driver can lock or unlock the door by
If you want to register a different digital
placing the smartphone on the outside
key (smartphone), refer to the "Deleting
door handle, and the vehicle can be
your digital key (smartphone)" and
started by placing the smartphone on the
delete the digital key (smartphone)
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
before re-registering. An active Digital
charging pad).
Key can be shared through the My
Samsung smartphone
Hyundai app with a different
smartphone.
During the digital key saving process,
the process may cancel when:
- The smartphone is removed from the
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
charging pad)
- The infotainment system screen is
changed
- The engine is turned off
- The gear is shifted
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[A] Door handle authentication pad
The registering process does not start if
[B] NFC Antenna
a smart key is not in the vehicle.
Some smartphones may not start the
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registering process depending on the
• The location of the NFC Antenna on the
internal structure. Move the
smartphone may vary by phone model,
smartphone to the left or right on the
so please contact the smartphone
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
manufacturer for details.
charger pad) and try registering the
smartphone.
• The NFC Antenna position on Samsung
device can be found in the following
path: Setup > Connections > NFC and
contactless payments.
• The NFC Antenna position on Apple
iPhone is located at the top of the rear
[A] and Apple WATCH is located at the
center of the screen [B].
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• Touch the Door handle NFC Antenna
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position with the back of your
smartphone. (In case of Apple WATCH,
If a shared digital key (smartphone) is
the watch face must be on the pad).
used for the first time, the activating time
may take longer.
• Place the shared digital key
Locking/Unlocking the doors
(smartphone) on the door handle
• If the driver places the digital key
authentication pad until the vehicle
(smartphone) NFC antenna to the
door lock/unlock activates.
driver’s or passenger’s door handle
• If a shared digital key (smartphone) is
authentication pad (A) for more than 2
first used on the vehicle authentication
seconds, the door locks or unlocks.
pad (wireless charger pad), the initial
• After unlocking the doors, the doors are
start of the vehicle may fail.
automatically re-lock after 30 seconds
• If the door lock/unlock is activated
unless a door is opened.
once with the shared digital key
• If the smartphone digital key does not
(smartphone) or the vehicle is started
operate, try again after moving the
with the digital key (smartphone) on the
smartphone away from the door handle
vehicle authentication pad, the digital
authentication pad (more than 4 in. (0.1
key (smartphone) is registered in the
m)).
vehicle.
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You cannot lock your vehicle using the
WARNING
digital key (smartphone) if any of the
following occurs:
The vehicle can be started when the
registered smartphone is placed on the
• The smart key is in the vehicle.
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
• The Engine Start/Stop button is in the
charging pad). Therefore, do not leave
ACC or ON position.
unsupervised children or people who are
• Any of the doors are open.
not aware of the system since it can result
in serious injury or death. In addition,
always have the registered smartphone
Starting the vehicle
with you to prevent vehicle theft when
leaving the vehicle.
After placing your registered digital key
(smartphone) on the vehicle
authentication pad (wireless charging
pad), depress the brake pedal and press
Deleting your digital key
the Engine Start/Stop button.
(smartphone)
Turn on the vehicle with a smart key. Have
After starting the vehicle, the digital key
your smart key with you in the vehicle.
(smartphone) may be removed from the
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
charging pad).
For more details on the basic way to start
the vehicle, refer to the "Push button start
ignition switch" section in chapter 6.
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Deleting all registered digital key
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(smartphone)
• If the registered digital key
(smartphone) is deleted, the digital key
saved in the smartphone is also
deleted.
• If the digital key is deleted from the
smartphone, the digital key
(smartphone) registered in the vehicle
is also deleted.
• The shared digital key registered in the
vehicle cannot be deleted individually.
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• Even though the Blue Link® App is
To delete all the registered digital key
deleted from the smartphone, the
(smartphone), from the Settings menu
digital key saved in the smartphone is
select Setup > Vehicle > Digital Keys >
not deleted.
Smartphone key > Delete all in the
• Management of the digital key saved in
infotainment system.
the smartphone is available from the
• The "Delete all" button is disabled if
Digital Key App provided by the
there is no registered digital key
smartphone manufacturer.
(smartphone).
Deleting my registered digital key
(smartphone)
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To delete only my registered digital key
(smartphone), from the Settings menu
select Setup > Vehicle > Digital Keys >
Smartphone key > My Smartphone Key >
Delete in the infotainment system.
• If a shared digital key (smartphone) is
registered, it cannot be deleted.
• A new smartphone can be registered
after deleting the existing digital key
(smartphone) from "My Smartphone
Key" menu.
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Digital key (Card key)
Information
• Only one digital key (card key) can be
How to register digital key (Card
registered to the vehicle. If it must be
Key)
replaced, delete the existing card key
To use the card key as a digital key, follow
before registering the new card key.
the following procedure.
• To register a digital key (card key), both
of your smart keys must be in the
vehicle.
• Once a digital key (card key) is
registered, it cannot be registered in
another vehicle. It is possible to
re-register it to the original vehicle.
Using the digital key (card key)
The driver can lock or unlock the door by
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placing the card key on the outside door
handle, and the vehicle can be started by
placing the card key on the vehicle
authentication pad (wireless charging
pad).
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[A] Vehicle authentication pad (Wireless charging
pad)
1. Have both of your smart keys with you
in the vehicle.
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2. Select Setup > Vehicle > Digital Keys >
NFC Card Key from the Settings menu,
[A] Door handle authentication pad
[B] Card key NFC Antenna
and check whether "Use" is selected in
the infotainment system.
Locking/Unlocking the doors
3. Place your card key on the vehicle
If the driver places the digital key (card
authentication pad (wireless charging
key) to the driver’s or passenger’s door
pad) while the engine is on.
handle authentication pad (A) for more
than 2 seconds, the door locks or unlocks.
4. Register your card key by selecting
Setup > Vehicle > Digital Keys > NFC
After unlocking the doors, the doors are
Card Key > Save from the Settings
automatically re-locked after 30 seconds
menu in the infotainment system.
unless a door is opened.
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Information
NOTICE
You cannot lock your vehicle using the
The digital key (card key) may not work
digital key (card key) if any of the
under the following conditions:
following occurs:
- The digital key (card key) is not
• The smart key is in the vehicle.
placed on the door handle
authentication pad or vehicle
• The Engine Start/Stop button is in the
authentication pad (wireless
ACC or ON position.
charging pad) correctly.
• Any of the doors are open.
- The digital key (card key) is near
NFC-enabled cards such as credit
cards or smartphones.
Starting the vehicle
If the digital key (card key) does not
After placing your registered digital key
work, try again after moving the
(card key) on the vehicle authentication
digital key (card key) away from the
pad (wireless charging pad), depress the
door handle authentication pad
brake pedal and press the Engine
(more than (4 in. (0.1 m)).
Start/Stop button.
The digital key (card key) can be
For more information on the basic way to
damaged by impacts. If the digital key
start the vehicle, refer to the "Push button
(card key) is damaged, replace the
start ignition switch" section in chapter 6.
digital key (card key) with a new one
and register it again.
WARNING
Long-time exposure to high
The vehicle can be started when the
temperature may cause the digital key
registered card key is placed on the
(card key) to malfunction. Be careful
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
not to expose the digital key (card key)
charging pad). Therefore, do not leave
to direct sunlight or high temperature.
unsupervised children or people who are
not aware of the system since it can result
Leaving the digital key (card key) on the
in serious injury or death. In addition,
in-vehicle authentication pad (wireless
always have the registered card key with
charging pad) while driving may cause
you to prevent vehicle theft when leaving
the digital key (card key) to
the vehicle.
malfunction. Remove the digital key
(card key) from the in-vehicle
authentication pad (wireless charging
pad) after starting the vehicle.
Keep the digital key (card key) away
from the smartphone when charging
the smartphone. If the digital key (card
key) is placed between the smartphone
and the in-vehicle authentication pad
(wireless charging pad) while the
smartphone is being charged, the
digital key (card key) may malfunction.
For example, when charging
smartphone while the digital key (card
key) is attached to the back of the
smartphone case.
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Deleting your digital key (card key)
How to unlink user profile
Select Setup > User Profile > Profile
Settings, and then deselect "Link Digital
Key (Smartphone)" from Settings menu
in the infotainment system.
Unlinking is possible only when user
profile is linked.
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User profile cannot be linked to both
Driver 1 and Driver 2 that are connected
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to single smartphone. Personalization
1. Turn on the engine with a smart key.
operates with the recently linked user
Have your smart key with you in the
profile, and the previously linked user
vehicle.
profile will be automatically canceled.
2. From the infotainment system settings
User profile link works only when the
menu, select Setup > Vehicle > Digital
digital key is registered to the vehicle.
Keys > NFC Card Key > Delete.
Digital key (card key) cannot be linked
• The "Delete" button is disabled if
with a user profile.
there is no digital key (card key)
If the user profile linked digital key in
registered.
the smartphone is deleted, the digital
key should be re-registered and
personalized by linking the user profile
Personalized profile and vehicle
again.
settings
You can set the registered digital key
(smartphone) profiles for Driver 1 and
Driver 2. When you use the digital key
(smartphone), the vehicle can be set to
the user-defined personalized profile
(includes items such as vehicle settings
and audio preferences).
Linking/Unlinking profile
How to link user profile
1. Select Setup > User Profile > Profile
Settings > Link Digital Key
(Smartphone) from the Settings menu
in the infotainment system.
2. Select "Link" to connect the registered
smartphone’s digital key and the user’s
profile.
3. Follow the instructions according to the
message on the infotainment system
screen.
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Vehicle personalization operation
• The personalization function linked
with digital key works when the profile
linked smartphone is placed on the
outside door handle authentication pad
to lock or unlock the doors.
• The profile set by the digital key can be
changed manually from the
infotainment system.
• The personalization function using the
digital key can be operated after linking
the digital key in the infotainment
system profile menu.
• The personalization function works only
when the vehicle is OFF or when the
vehicle is started remotely. If the
vehicle is not started remotely, the
personalization function does not work
with the digital key.
Information
User profile operation according to door
lock/unlock system is as follows:
Personalization
Item
Operation
Initial value
Guest
Profile linked
smartphone
Linked profile
key
Profile
unlinked
smartphone
key
Recently activated
profile
NFC card key
Smart key
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Vehicle personalization with digital key
The available personalization function in the vehicle is as follows:
System
Personalization Item
Lamp
Blink number of one-touch signal lamps
Information display on the cluster, Voice volume,
Cluster
Welcome sound
Infotainment
system vehicle
Seat
Seat position
settings
Door
Automatic door lock/unlock, Two Press Unlock
Climate
Temperature Unit, Automatic ventilation
Preferred volume of the navigation system, Recent
Navigation
destination
Infotainment
User preset
My menu list settings, Radio preset
system
Phone
Bluetooth preferential connect
connectivity
CarPlay/Android Auto On/Off
Latest operation setup of the following functions:
Operating
Temperature, AUTO, air flow direction, air volume, air
Air conditioning
condition
conditioner, air intake control, SYNC, Front
windshield defroster, OFF
CAUTION
If you leave the digital key after locking or unlocking the doors or starting up the vehicle
with the smart key, the doors can be locked by the central door lock. Please carry around
the digital key all the time.
Information
The infotainment system may change after software updates. For more information,
refer to the manual provided in the infotainment system and the quick reference guide.
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Convenience features
Used vehicle/digital key
Limitations of the system
maintenance
• HYUNDAI Digital Key app on the
smartphone and card key may not work
if:
Purchasing used vehicle
- Smartphone battery or the vehicle
If any of the digital key devices
battery is discharged.
(smartphone key, card key) are registered
in the vehicle, the "Digital key registered"
- NFC or Bluetooth is turned off on the
message appears once on the
smartphone settings.
infotainment system screen or
- The card key is in a wallet or card
instrument cluster when the Engine
holder, or overlapped with other
Start/Stop button is in the ON position
cards.
after unlocking the doors. When
- If you use a smartphone cover that
purchasing a used vehicle, make sure to
uses wireless communication or is
check the message and delete the
made of metal, remove the
smartphone key and card key registered
smartphone cover.
by the previous user and inform the
purchase of a used vehicle through
• The vehicle may not be controlled by
Hyundai Customer Care Center.
the smartphone if any of the following
occurs:
If the card key comes with the vehicle,
check whether it operates properly.
- Other smartphone functions
(calls,urgent call, audio or NFC
payment), apps, or wireless
Digital key maintenance
earphones are operating.
If you need to repaired or replaced your
- The digital key app function such as
Digital Key system, make sure your
basic setting or app launching is
smartphone key is still active. You may
limited by the prior policy according
have to pair your phone again using the
to the manufacturer.
HYUNDAI Digital Key app.
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Door locks
NOTICE
• When removing the key cylinder cover,
avoid scratching or breaking the plastic
Operating door locks from
material.
outside the vehicle
• If the key cylinder cover freezes and
cannot be removed easily, lightly tap on
Using the mechanical key
the cover or try to warm the cover by
placing your hands around it and
blowing warm air on it.
• Do not apply excessive force to the
door and door handle.
Using the remote key
For more information, refer to the
"Remote key" section in this chapter.
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Using the smart key
To unlock:
For more information, refer to the "Smart
key" section in this chapter.
1. Pull the door handle.
2. Press the release button (1) located
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inside the bottom part of the cover with
• In cold and wet climates, door lock and
a mechanical key or flat-head
door mechanisms may not work
screwdriver.
properly due to freezing conditions.
3. Carefully pull out the cover (2) while
• If the door is locked/unlocked multiple
continuing to press the release button
times in rapid succession with either
to remove the cover and expose the key
the vehicle key or door lock switch, the
cylinder.
system may stop operating temporarily
4. Insert the mechanical key into the key
in order to protect the circuit and
cylinder and rotate (3) clockwise to
prevent damage to system
unlock the vehicle and
components.
counterclockwise to lock the vehicle.
Once the doors are unlocked, they can
be opened by pulling the door handle.
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Only the driver’s door can be
locked/unlocked using the mechanical
key.
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Operating door unlocks from
With the central door lock/unlock
switch
inside the vehicle
Driver’s door
With the door inside handle
Front passenger’s door
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Driver door & Passenger door
If the inner door handle is pulled when the
door is locked, the door is unlocked and
opened.
Rear door - Two pull operation
If the inner door handle is pulled once
when the door is locked, the door is
unlocked. If the inner door handle is
pulled once more, the door is opened.
When pressing the (
) portion (1) on the
switch, all vehicle doors are locked.
• If any door is opened, the doors are not
locked even though the lock switch (1)
of the door is pressed.
When pressing the (
) portion (2) on the
switch, all vehicle doors are unlocked.
When all vehicle doors are locked, the
indicator lights (3) on the driver’s door
and passenger’s door turn off. If any door
is unlocked, the indicator turns on.
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In case of an emergency
WARNING
Do not leave the elderly, children, or
animals unattended in your vehicle. An
enclosed vehicle can become extremely
hot and the elderly, unattended children
or animals who cannot escape the vehicle
may be seriously injured or killed.
WARNING
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Always park your vehicle properly.
Depress the brake pedal, change the gear
In case of emergency such as when the
to P (Park), apply the parking brake, move
battery is discharged, the only way to lock
the ignition switch to the LOCK/OFF
the door(s) is with the mechanical key
position, close all windows, lock all doors,
from the outside key hole.
and always take the keys with you.
Doors without an outside key hole can be
locked as follows:
1. Open the door.
WARNING
2. Insert the key into the emergency door
lock hole and turn the key to the lock
Be careful when opening doors and
position.
watch for vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles,
or pedestrians approaching the vehicle to
3. Close the door securely.
prevent serious injury or death.
WARNING
• Always close and lock the doors while
the vehicle is moving. If the doors are
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unlocked, the risk of being thrown from
To exit the vehicle if the power door lock
the vehicle in a collision increases.
does not function:
• Do not pull the inner door handle of the
• Operate the door unlock feature
driver’s or passenger’s door while the
repeatedly (both electronic and
vehicle is moving.
manual) while simultaneously pulling
on the door handle.
• Operate the other door locks and
handles.
• Lower the driver’s front window and
use the mechanical key to unlock the
door from outside.
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Auto door lock/unlock
Child-protector rear door
features
locks
Impact sensing door unlock system
All doors are automatically unlocked
when an impact causes the airbags to
deploy.
Speed sensing door lock system
if equipped
All doors will be automatically locked
when vehicle speed exceeds 9 mph (15
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km/h).
The child safety lock is provided to help
You can activate or deactivate the Auto
prevent children seated in the rear from
Door Lock/Unlock features from the User
accidentally opening the rear doors. The
Settings Mode on the cluster display.
rear door safety locks must be used
For more details, refer to "Cluster display
whenever children are in the vehicle.
(Type A)" in chapter 4. If your vehicle is
The child safety lock is located on the
equipped with additional navigation,
edge of each rear door. When the child
please refer to the infotainment system
safety lock is in the lock position, the rear
manual separately supplied.
door does not open if the inner door
handle is pulled.
To lock the child safety lock, insert a small
flat blade tool (e.g. screwdriver or similar)
(1) into the slot and turn it to the lock
position as shown.
To allow a rear door to be opened from
inside the vehicle, unlock the child safety
lock.
WARNING
Never allow children to open the rear
doors while the vehicle is moving. They
may fall out of the vehicle. Be sure to use
the rear door safety locks whenever
children are in the vehicle.
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Theft-alarm system
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This system helps protect your vehicle
Do not lock the doors until all
and valuables. The horn sounds and the
passengers have left the vehicle. If a
hazard warning lights blinks continuously
door is opened after the system is
if any of the following occur:
armed, the alarm is activated.
• A door is opened without using the
If the vehicle is not disarmed with the
remote key or smart key.
remote key or smart key, open the
• The trunk is opened without using the
doors using the mechanical key and
remote key or smart key.
turn the ignition switch to the ON
position (for remote key) or start the
• The hood is opened.
engine by pressing the Button Start
The alarm continues for 30 seconds, then
ignition switch with the smart key.
the system resets. To turn off the alarm,
If the system is disarmed by unlocking
unlock the doors with the remote key or
the vehicle, and a door or the trunk is
smart key.
not opened within 30 seconds, the
The Theft Alarm System automatically
doors are relocked and the system is
sets 30 seconds after you lock the doors
rearmed automatically.
and the trunk. For the system to activate,
you must lock the doors and the trunk
from outside the vehicle by doing one of
the following:
• Using the remote key or smart key.
• Pressing the button on the outside door
handle with the smart key in your
possession. (available with button type)
• Touching the touch sensor on the
outside door handle with the smart key
in your possession. (available with
touch sensor type)
The hazard warning lights blink and the
chime sounds once to indicate the system
is armed.
Once the security system is set, opening
any door, trunk, or hood without using the
remote key or smart key causes the alarm
to activate.
The Theft Alarm System is not set if the
hood, trunk, or door is not fully closed. If
the system is not set, check the hood,
trunk, or doors are fully closed.
Do not attempt to modify this system or
add other devices to it.
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Rear Occupant Alert
Steering wheel
(ROA)
Rear Occupant Alert is provided to
Motor Driven Power Steering
prevent the driver from leaving with any
(MDPS)
rear passenger left in the vehicle.
The system assists you with steering the
vehicle. If the vehicle is turned off or if the
power steering system becomes
Rear occupant alert
inoperative, you may still steer the
operations
vehicle, but it requires increased steering
When you turn off the engine and open
effort.
the driver’s door after opening and
If you notice any change in the effort
closing the rear door or trunk, the "Check
required to steer during normal vehicle
rear seats" warning message appears on
operation, contact an authorized
the instrument cluster.
HYUNDAI dealer.
CAUTION
If the Motor Driven Power Steering (
)
warning light and the message, "Check
motor driven power steering" illuminate
on the instrument cluster, you can
continue to steer the vehicle, but it
requires increased effort. Contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer and have the
system inspected as soon as possible.
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WARNING
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Rear Occupant Alert provides information
During normal vehicle operation:
to the driver to check the rear seats but it
• The steering effort may be high
does not detect whether there is an
immediately after moving the ignition
object or passenger. Always check the
switch to the ON position.
rear seats when leaving the vehicle.
This happens as the system performs
the MDPS system diagnostics. When
the diagnostics are completed, the
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steering wheel effort returns to its
The open and close history of the rear
normal condition.
door is initialized if the driver turns off the
• When the battery voltage is low, you
engine and lock vehicle doors.
might have to use more effort to steer.
However, the alarm may sound again
This is a temporary condition and
whenever the driver’s door is opened if
returns to normal after charging the
the previous history of the rear door is not
battery.
initialized.
• A noise may be heard from the MDPS
relay after the ignition switch is in the
ON or LOCK/OFF position.
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• Motor noise may be heard when the
3. Pull the lock-release lever up to lock the
vehicle is at a stop or driving at low
steering wheel in place.
speeds.
• When you operate the steering wheel in
low temperatures, abnormal noise may
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occur. When the temperature rises, the
noise disappears.
Sometimes the lock-release lever may
not engage completely. Pull down on the
• When an error is detected from MDPS,
lock-release lever, readjust the steering
the steering effort assist function is not
wheel again, and then pull back up on the
activated. Instrument cluster warning
lock-release lever to lock the steering
lights may illuminate or the steering
wheel in place.
effort may be high. If these symptoms
occur, drive the vehicle to a safe
location as soon as possible. Have the
Horn
system inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer as soon as possible.
Tilt/telescopic steering
Adjust the steering wheel toward your
chest, not toward your face. Make sure
you can see the instrument cluster
warning lights and gauges. After
adjusting, push the steering wheel up and
down to be in the locked position.
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WARNING
To sound the horn, press the area
Never adjust the steering wheel while
indicated by the horn symbol on your
driving. This may cause loss of vehicle
steering wheel (see illustration). The horn
control resulting in a collision.
operates only when this area is pressed.
NOTICE
Do not strike the horn severely or hit it
with your fist. Do not press on the horn
with a sharp-pointed object.
NOTICE
Do not clean the steering wheel surface
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with the following products:
• Organic solvents such as thinner,
To adjust:
alcohol and gasoline
1. Pull down the lock-release lever (1).
• Chemical products such as leather
2. Adjust the steering wheel to the desired
cleaner, coating agent, and wax
angle (2) and distance forward/back
(3).
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Day/night rearview mirror
Mirrors
if equipped
Inside rearview mirror
Before driving your vehicle, check to see
that your inside rearview mirror is
properly positioned. Adjust the rearview
mirror so that the view through the rear
window is properly centered.
WARNING
Make sure your line of sight is not
obstructed. Do not place objects in the
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rear seat, cargo area, or behind the rear
[A] Lever
head restraints which could interfere with
[B] Day
your vision through the rear window.
[C] Night
Before driving at night, pull the day/night
lever toward you to reduce glare from the
headlights of the vehicles behind you.
WARNING
Remember that you lose some rearview
To prevent serious injury during an
clarity in the night position.
accident or deployment of the air bag, do
not modify the rearview mirror and do not
install a wide mirror.
Electrochromic mirror (ECM)
if equipped
WARNING
Never adjust the mirror while driving. This
may cause loss of vehicle control
resulting in an accident.
NOTICE
When cleaning the mirror, use a paper
towel or similar material dampened with
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glass cleaner. Do not spray glass cleaner
[A] Sensor
directly on the mirror as this may cause
When the engine is running, the glare
the liquid cleaner to enter the mirror
from vehicle headlights behind you is
housing.
automatically controlled by the sensor
mounted in the rearview mirror.
When the gear is shifted to R (Reverse),
the mirror automatically goes to the
brightest setting in order to improve the
driver’s view behind the vehicle
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Electrochromic mirror (ECM) with
Automatic-Dimming Night Vision Safety™
HomeLink® system
(NVS®) Mirror
if equipped
if equipped
The NVS® Mirror automatically helps
reduce glare by monitoring light levels in
the front and the rear of the vehicle. Any
object that obstructs either light sensor
will degrade the automatic dimming
control feature.
For more information regarding NVS®
mirrors and other applications, please
refer to the Gentex website:
Your mirror will automatically dim upon
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detecting glare from the vehicles
Your vehicle may be equipped with a
traveling behind you.
Gentex Automatic-Dimming Mirror with
The mirror defaults to the ON position
an Integrated HomeLink® Wireless
each time the vehicle is started.
Control System.
During nighttime driving, this feature will
Integrated HomeLink® Wireless Control
automatically detect and help reduce
System
rearview mirror glare. The HomeLink®
The HomeLink® Wireless Control System
Universal Transceiver allows you to
can replace up to three hand-held
activate your garage door(s), electric
radio-frequency (RF) transmitters with a
gate, home lighting, etc.
single built-in device. This innovative
(1) HomeLink Channel 1
feature will learn the radio frequency
(2) HomeLink Channel 2
codes of most current transmitters to
(3) HomeLink Channel 3
operate devices such as gate operators,
(4) Garage Door Opener Status Indicator :
garage door openers, entry door locks,
Closing or Closed
security systems, even home lighting.
(5) HomeLink Operation Indicator
Both standard and rolling code-equipped
(6) Garage Door Opener Status Indicator :
transmitters can be programed by
Opening or Opened
following the outlined procedures.
(7) HomeLink User Interface Indicator
Additional HomeLink® information can be
found at: www.homelink.com,
by calling 1-800-355-3515.
Retain the original transmitter of the RF
device you are programing for use in
other vehicles as well as for future
HomeLink® programing. It is also
suggested that upon the sale of the
vehicle, the programed HomeLink®
buttons be erased for security purposes.
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Programing
WARNING
To program most devices, follow these
Before programing HomeLink® to a
instructions:
garage door opener or gate operator,
make sure people and objects are out of
the way of the device to prevent potential
harm or damage. Do not use the
HomeLink® with any garage door opener
that lacks the safety stop and reverse
features required by U.S. federal safety
standards (this includes any garage door
opener model manufactured before April
1, 1982). A garage door that cannot detect
an object - signaling the door to stop and
reverse - does not meet current U.S.
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federal safety standards. Using a garage
door opener without these features
1. Press and release (1), (2) or (3) button.
increases the risk of serious injury or
• If the indicator (4) is turned ON in
death.
Orange, go to Step 3) since it is a new
programing.
• If the indicator (4) is continuously
Programing HomeLink®
turned ON or flashes in Green rapidly
Please note the following:
several times, go to Step 2) since it is
• When programing a garage door
a programed button.
opener, it is advised to park the vehicle
2. Press and hold the button you wish to
outside of the garage.
program for approximately 15-25
• It is recommended that a new battery
seconds until the LED flashes in Orange
be placed in the hand-held transmitter
for several times.
of the device being programed to
3. Hold the Garage Door Opener Original
HomeLink® for quicker training and
Transmitter near the HomeLink Mirror.
accurate transmission of the
radio-frequency signal.
• Some vehicles may require the Engine
Start/Stop button to be in the ACC (or
"Accessories") position for programing
and/or operation of HomeLink®.
• In the event that there are still
programing difficulties or questions
after following the programing steps
listed below, contact HomeLink® at:
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or by calling 1-800-355-3515.
4. Press the Original Transmitter button
until the indicator (4) is turned
continuously ON or flashes in Green for
approximately 10 seconds and it
indicates the programing is completed.
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5. However, the indicator (4) flashes in
HomeLink® should now activate your
Green continuously, but if the garage
rolling code equipped device.
door opener does not operate, please
Gate operator & Canadian programing
continue to follow the step 6 and 7
During programing, your handheld
("Rolling Code Programing"
transmitter may automatically stop
procedures).
transmitting. Continue to press the
6.Firmly press and release the "Learn,"
Integrated HomeLink® Wireless Control
"Smart," or "Program" button while the
System button while you press and
indicator (4) flashes in Green. Once the
re-press ("cycle") your handheld
button is pressed, you have
transmitter every two seconds until the
approximately 30 seconds to initiate
frequency signal has been learned. The
the next step.
indicator light will flash slowly and then
rapidly after several seconds upon
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successful training.
At the garage door opener motor,
(security gate motor, etc.) locate the
"Learn," "Smart," or "Program" button.
This can usually be found where the
hanging antenna wire is attached to the
motor-head unit (see the device’s
manual to identify this button). The
name and color of the button may vary
by manufacturer. A ladder and/or
second person may simplify the
following steps.
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Operating HomeLink®
7. Return to the vehicle and firmly press,
hold for two seconds and release the
1. Press and release one of the HomeLink
HomeLink button up to three times. Do
buttons (1, 2 or 3) that programed.
not press the HomeLink button rapidly.
2. The HomeLink indicator (4) will operate
At this point programing is complete
as below:
and your device should operate when
• Indicates Green and is continuously
the HomeLink button is pressed and
ON (Fixed Code Garage Door
released.
Opener)
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• Flashes in Green rapidly (Rolling
Code Garage Door Opener)
• Some garage door openers require to
press the programed button on the
mirror up to three times right after the
programing is just completed to
operate the garage door.
• The indicator (4) is turned ON in Orange
and flashes for about 60 seconds,
during the programing mode and if a
programing is not succeeded within the
60 seconds, the programing mode will
be abort.
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Information
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following three
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful
interference, and
2. This device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
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operation.
Erasing HomeLink® buttons
3. The transceiver has been tested and
1. Press and hold the button (1) and (3)
complies with FCC and Industry
simultaneously.
Canada rules. Changes or
2. The indicator (4) is turned continuously
modifications not expressly approved
ON in orange for about 10 seconds.
by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to
3. Then the indicator (4) color changes to
operate the device.
Green and flashes rapidly.
Release the buttons once the green
indicator flashes.
Two Way Communication Programing
4. Now HomeLink button (1), (2) and (4)
1. Complete the HomeLink "Programing"
memories are all cleared.
first.
NVS® is a registered trademark and
2. Before the first 10 times HomeLink
Z-Nav™ is a trademark of the Gentex
button is pressed after the programing,
Corporation, Zeeland, Michigan.
the following steps MUST occur to
HomeLink® is a registered trademark
program two way communication.
owned by Johnson Controls,
(only for some older garage doors)
Incorporated, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
FCC ID: NZLUAHL5A
IC: 4112A-UAHL5A
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3. Press and release the programed
HomeLink button to activate the
garage door.
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4. Once the garage door is stopped, press
and release the "Learn" or "Smart"
button on the Garage door opener
within 1 minute from the time of
pressing the programed HomeLink
button on mirror.
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2. The indicator (4) and (5) operates as
below:
• If the indicator (4) flashes in Orange,
it indicates that the garage door is
"closing".
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• If the indicator (4) is ON continuously
5. If the both indicator (4) and (5) are
in Green, it indicates that the garage
flashing rapidly for about 5 seconds,
door is "closed".
the two way synchronization is
completed.
• If the indicator (5) flashes in Orange,
it indicates that the garage door is
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"Opening".
- If the indicator (5) is ON
Some newer garage door openers
continuously in Green, it indicates
provide two-way communication
that the garage door is "Opened".
synchronizing when programing the
original transmitter.
- If the indicator (4) or (5) does not
turn to Green, it indicates that the
last status of garage door was not
received properly. The HomeLink
mirror tries to receive the last
known status of the garage door
for a few seconds.
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Operating Two Way Communication
1. Press and release (1), (2) or (3) button.
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Recalling Garage Door Status
Side view mirrors
Homelink mirror with two way
communication provides a way to view
the last stored message from the garage
door opener. In order to recall the last
known status of the last activated device,
press the buttons "1 and 2" OR "2 and 3"
simultaneously.
• If the indicator (4) is ON continuously in
Green, it indicates that the last
activated device was "closed" properly.
• If the indicator (5) is ON continuously in
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Green, it indicates that the last
activated device was "open" properly.
Make sure to adjust the side view mirrors
to your desired position before you begin
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driving.
Two way communication range distance
Your vehicle is equipped with both
between "vehicle" and "garage door
left-hand and right-hand side view
opener" is 100m.
mirrors. The mirrors can be adjusted
remotely with the remote switch. The side
The range may be reduced or increased a
view mirrors can be folded to help
little due to obstacle conditions around
prevent damage when going through an
the garage door opener, such as houses
automatic car wash or when passing
or trees.
through a narrow street.
WARNING
• The right side view mirror is convex.
Objects seen in the mirror are closer
than they appear.
• Use the inside rear view mirror or look
back directly to determine the actual
distance of other vehicles prior to
changing lanes.
• Do not adjust or fold the side view
mirrors while driving. This may cause
loss of vehicle control resulting in an
accident.
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Folding the side view mirrors
NOTICE
• Do not scrape ice off the mirror face;
this may damage the surface of the
glass.
• If the mirror is jammed with ice, do not
adjust the mirror by force. Use an
approved de-icer (not radiator
antifreeze) spray, or a sponge or soft
cloth with very warm water, or move
the vehicle to a warm place and allow
the ice to melt.
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To fold the side view mirrors, grasp the
Side view mirror adjustment
housing of the mirror and then fold it
inwards.
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1. Press either the L (left side) or R (right
side) button (1) to select the side view
mirror you would like to adjust.
2. Use the mirror adjustment control (2) to
position the selected mirror up, down,
left or right.
NOTICE
• The mirrors stop moving when they
reach the maximum adjusting angles,
but the motor continues to operate
while the switch is pressed. Do not
press the switch longer than necessary,
because this can damage the motor.
• Do not attempt to adjust the side view
mirrors by hand, because this can
damage the motor.
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Windows
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(1) Driver’s door power window switch
(2) Front passenger’s door power window switch
(3) Rear door (left) power window switch
(4) Rear door (right) power window switch
(5) Window opening and closing
(6) Automatic power window
(7) Power window lock button
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Power windows
Auto down window
if equipped
The ignition switch must be in the ON
position to be able to raise or lower the
Pressing the power window switch
windows. Each door has a Power Window
momentarily to the second detent
switch to control the door’s window. The
position (6) completely lowers the
driver has a Power Window Lock button
window even when the switch is released.
that can block the operation of rear
To stop the window at the desired
passenger windows. The power windows
position while the window is operating,
will operate for about 3 minutes after the
pull up or press down and release the
ignition is turned OFF or if the ignition is
switch.
placed in the ACC position, as long as the
front doors remain closed.
Auto up/down window
If the front doors are opened, the battery
if equipped
power is turned OFF and the Power
Windows do not operate.
Pressing or pulling up the power window
switch momentarily to the second detent
position (6) completely lowers or lifts the
Window opening and closing
window even when the switch is released.
To stop the window at the desired
position while the window is operating,
pull up or press down and release the
switch.
Resetting the power windows
If the power windows do not operate
normally, the automatic power window
system must be reset as follows:
1. Press the ignition switch to the ON
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position.
To open:
2. Close the window and continue pulling
up on the power window switch for at
Press the window switch down to the first
least one second.
detent position (5). Release the switch
when you want the window to stop.
If the power windows do not operate
properly after resetting, contact an
To close:
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Pull the window switch up to the first
detent position (5). Release the window
switch when you want the window to
stop.
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Automatic reversal
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if equipped
The automatic reverse feature is active
only when the "Auto Up" feature is used
by fully pulling up the switch to the
second detent.
NOTICE
Do not install any accessories on the
windows. The automatic reverse feature
may not operate.
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If a window senses any obstacle while it is
closing automatically, it stops and lowers
WARNING
approximately 12 in. (30 cm) to allow the
Make sure body parts or other objects are
object to be cleared.
safely out of the way before closing the
If the window detects any resistance
windows to avoid injuries or vehicle
while the power window switch is pulled
damage.
up continuously, the window stops
Objects less than 0.16 in. (4 mm) in
upward movement and then lowers
diameter caught between the window
approximately 1 in. (2.5 cm).
glass and the upper window channel may
If the power window switch is pulled up
not be detected by the automatic reverse
continuously again within 5 seconds after
window and the window does not stop
the window is lowered by the automatic
and reverse direction.
window reverse feature, the automatic
window reverse does not operate.
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Power window lock button
NOTICE
• To prevent possible damage to the
power window system, do not open or
close two windows or more at the same
time. This also ensures the longevity of
the fuse.
• Never try to operate the main switch on
the driver’s door and the individual
door window switch in opposite
directions at the same time. If this is
done, the window stops and cannot be
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opened or closed.
The driver can disable the power window
switches on the rear passenger doors by
Remote window opening function
pressing the power window lock button.
if equipped
When the power window lock button is
pressed:
Press and hold the Door Unlock (
)
button on the smart key for more than 3
• The driver’s master control can operate
seconds and the front seat windows
all the power windows.
move down after the doors are unlocked.
• The front passenger’s control can
Window movement stops when you
operate the front passenger’s power
release the door unlock button.
window.
• The rear passenger’s control cannot
NOTICE
operate the rear passengers’ power
Do not leave the windows down when
window.
leaving the vehicle to prevent theft or
damage from water entering the vehicle.
WARNING
Do not allow children to play with the
power windows. Keep the driver’s door
power window lock button in the LOCK
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position. Serious injury or death may
• The remote window opening function
result from unintentional window
may abruptly stop, when you move
operation by a child.
away from your vehicle during
operation. Stay in close proximity from
your vehicle, while monitoring the
window movement.
• The doors unlock when the windows
are opened using the remote window
opening function.
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Sunroof
Sunshade
if equipped
If your vehicle is equipped with a sunroof,
you can slide or tilt your sunroof with the
sunroof switch located on the overhead
console.
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Use the sunshade to block direct sunlight
coming through the sunroof glass.
Open or close the sunshade by hand.
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The sunroof can be operated when the
The sunshade opens automatically when
ignition switch is in the ON or START
the sunroof glass is opened, but the
position.
sunshade does not close automatically
when the sunroof glass is closed. Also,
The sunroof can also be operated for
only the sunshade cannot be closed when
about 3 minutes after the ignition switch
the sunroof glass is opened.
is in the ACC or LOCK/OFF position unless
a front door is opened.
However, if the front door is open, the
NOTICE
sunroof cannot be operated even within
the 3 minute period.
Do not pull the sunshade up or down, or
apply excessive force as such action may
WARNING
damage the sunshade or cause it to
To prevent serious injury or death:
malfunction.
• Adjust he sunroof or sunshade when
your vehicle stops.
• Do not leave the engine running and
the key in your vehicle with
unsupervised children. Unattended
children may operate the sunroof.
• Do not sit on the top of the vehicle.
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Tilt open/close
Slide open/close
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(1) Tilt open
• Push the sunroof switch rearward. The
(2) Tilt close
sunroof glass slides open. If the
sunshade is closed, the sunshade
• Push the sunroof switch up to tilt the
opens first and then the sunroof glass
sunroof glass open. If the sunshade is
opens.
closed, open the sunshade manually
first.
Push the sunroof switch forward. The
sunroof glass closes.
• Push the sunroof switch forward when
the sunroof glass is tilt opened, the
Push the sunroof switch forward or
sunroof glass closes.
rearward to the first detent position.
The sunroof glass moves until the
The sunroof glass tilts open or closes
switch is released.
while the switch is pushed.
• Push the sunroof switch forward or
rearward to the second detent position.
The sunroof glass operates
automatically (auto slide feature).
To stop the sunroof movement, push
the sunroof switch in any direction.
• The sunroof glass stops halfway (first
detent position) before it is fully
opened. To fully open the sunroof glass,
push the sunroof switch rearward once
more. At this time, the sunroof glass
opens only while the switch is pushed.
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Automatic reversal
NOTICE
if equipped
• Do not continue to push the sunroof
switch after the sunroof is fully opened,
closed, or tilted. Damage to the sunroof
motor may occur or may cause the
motor or sunroof system to
malfunction.
• Using the sunroof for a long time may
make noise caused by dust
accumulated between the sunroof and
vehicle body. Open the sunroof and
remove dust regularly using a clean
cloth.
• Do not try to open the sunroof when the
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temperature is below freezing or when
If the sunroof glass senses any
the sunroof is covered with snow or ice.
obstruction while closing, it reverses
Otherwise, the motor may be damaged.
direction then stops.
In a cold and wet weather, the sunroof
The automatic reverse feature may not
may not work properly.
work if a thin or soft object is caught
• Do not open or drive with the sunroof
between the sliding sunshade or sunroof
glass open immediately after rain or
glass and sunroof sash.
washing the vehicle. Water may wet the
interior of the vehicle.
WARNING
• Do not extend any cargo outside the
• Make sure that heads, hands, arms, any
sunroof while driving.
other body parts, or objects are out of
the way before operating the sunroof.
Body parts or objects may get caught
WARNING
causing injuries or vehicle damage.
• Never deliberately use your body parts
Do not extend your head, arms, body
to test the automatic reverse feature.
parts or objects outside the sunroof while
driving.
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Resetting the sunroof
Sunroof open warning
if equipped
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To reset the Sunroof:
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1. Start the vehicle in P (Park).
If the driver turns off the engine when the
sunroof is not fully closed, the warning
2. Make sure the sunroof glass are in the
chime sounds for several seconds and the
fully closed position.
sunroof open warning appears on the
3. Release the switch when the sunroof
cluster display.
glass are fully closed.
Close the sunroof securely when leaving
4. Push the switch forward until the
your vehicle.
sunroof glass move slightly. Then
release the switch.
NOTICE
5. Push and hold the sunroof switch
Do not leave sunroof open when leaving
forward again until the sunroof glass
the vehicle to prevent theft or damage
slide open and close.
from water entering the vehicle.
Do not release the switch until the
operation is completed. If you release
the switch, start again from Step 2.
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If the sunroof does not reset after the
vehicle battery is disconnected or
discharged, or the sunroof fuse is blown,
the sunroof may not operate normally.
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Hood
Opening the hood
1. Park the vehicle and apply the parking
brake.
2. Pull the release lever to unlatch the
hood. The hood pops open slightly.
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WARNING
• Grasp the hood support rod in the area
wrapped in rubber when the engine is
hot to protect you from burn or injury.
• Make sure that the end of the hood
support rod is inserted fully into the
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hood slot to prevent the hood from
falling.
3. Go to the front of the vehicle, raise the
hood slightly, push up the secondary
hood release lever (1) inside of the hood
Closing the hood
center and lift the hood (2).
1. Before closing the hood, check in and
around the engine compartment to
ensure the following:
• Any tools or other loose objects have
been removed.
• All glove, rags, or other combustible
material have been removed.
• All filler caps are tightly and correctly
installed.
2. Return the hood support rod to its
stored location.
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3. Lower the hood until it is about 12 in. (30
4. Lift the hood support rod.
cm) above the closed position and then
5. Insert the end of the hood support rod
let it drop.
into the slot located on the hood (3).
4. Check the hood has locked properly. If
the hood is raised slightly, open it again
and drop it from a little higher. Check
again.
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Trunk
WARNING
• Before closing the hood, ensure all
obstructions are removed from around
Opening the trunk
the hood opening.
1. Make sure the shift lever is in P (Park)
• Always double check to make sure that
and set the parking brake.
the hood is firmly latched before driving
2. Then do one of the following:
away. Check there is no hood open
• Hold down the trunk unlock button
warning light or message displayed on
located on your remote key or smart
the instrument cluster. Driving with the
key for more than 1 second.
hood open may cause a total loss of
visibility, resulting in a collision.
• Additionally, for vehicles equipped
with smart key :
• Do not move the vehicle with the hood
raised. It may block your vision and may
- While all doors are unlocked, press
result in a collision.
the switch on the trunk to open the
trunk with or without the smart key
in your possession.
- If any door is locked or all doors are
locked, the switch can still be used
to open the trunk, as long as the
smart key is in your possession.
Outside
- Use the trunk release lever.
Inside
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3. Lift the trunk lid up.
WARNING
• You and your passengers must be
Closing the trunk
aware of the location of the Emergency
Lower the trunk lid and press down until it
Trunk Safety Release lever in this
locks. Always check it is secure by pulling
vehicle and how to open the trunk in
up the trunk lid.
case you are accidentally locked in the
trunk.
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• NEVER allow anyone to occupy the
To prevent damage to the trunk lift
trunk of the vehicle at any time. If the
cylinders and the attached hardware,
trunk is partially or totally latched and
always close the trunk before driving.
the person is unable to get out, serious
injury or death could occur due to lack
of ventilation, exhaust fumes and rapid
heat build-up, or because of exposure
NOTICE
to cold weather conditions. The trunk is
Trunk lock and the trunk may not work if
also a highly dangerous location in the
frozen shut due to moisture and freezing
event of a crash because it is not a
conditions.
protected occupant space but is a part
of the vehicle’s crush zone.
• Your vehicle should be kept locked and
Emergency trunk safety
the Smart Key should be kept out of the
release
reach of children. Parents should teach
their children about the dangers of
playing in trunks.
• Use the release lever for emergencies
only.
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Your vehicle is equipped with an
Emergency Trunk Safety Release lever
located inside the trunk. When someone
is inadvertently locked in the trunk, the
trunk can be opened by moving the lever
in the direction of the arrow and pushing
the trunk open.
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Smart Trunk release
1. Setting
if equipped
To activate the Smart Trunk release, go
to User Settings Mode and select Smart
Trunk on the cluster display.
For more information, refer to the
"Cluster display (Type A)" section in
chapter 4. If your vehicle is equipped
with additional navigation, please refer
to the infotainment system manual
separately supplied.
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On a vehicle equipped with a smart key,
the trunk can be opened using the Smart
Trunk release system.
You can enable the Smart Trunk release
system from the Settings menu in the
instrument cluster.
Select: User Settings > Doors > Smart
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Trunk
2. Detect and Alert
If you are positioned in the detecting
How to use the Smart Trunk release
area (20-40 in. (50-100 cm) behind the
The trunk can be opened with no touch
vehicle) carrying a smart key, the
activation satisfying all the conditions
hazard warning lights will blink and
below.
chime will sound to alert you the smart
• After 15 seconds when all doors are
key has been detected and the trunk
closed and locked
will open.
• Positioned in the detecting area for
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more than 3 seconds
Do not approach the detecting area if
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you do not want the trunk to open. If
you have unintentionally entered the
The Smart Trunk release does not operate
detecting area and the hazard warning
when:
lights and chime starts to operate,
• The smart key is detected within 15
leave the detecting area with the smart
seconds after the doors are closed and
key. The trunk will stay closed.
locked, and is continuously detected.
• The smart key is detected within 15
seconds after the doors are closed and
locked, and 60 in. (1.5 m) from the front
door handles. (for vehicles equipped
with Welcome Light)
• A door is not locked or closed.
• The smart key is in the vehicle.
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How to deactivate the Smart Trunk
release function using the smart key
Type A
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3. Automatic opening
The hazard warning lights will blink and
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chime will sound 6 times and then the
Type B
trunk will open.
WARNING
• Make sure you close the trunk before
driving your vehicle.
• Make sure there are no people or
objects around the trunk before
opening or closing the trunk.
• Make sure objects in the trunk do not
come out when opening the trunk on a
slope. It may cause serious injury.
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(1) Door lock
• Make sure to deactivate the Smart
Trunk when washing your vehicle.
(2) Door unlock
Otherwise, the trunk may open
(3) Trunk open
inadvertently.
(4) Panic
• The key should be kept out of reach of
(5) Remote Start (if equipped)
children. Children may inadvertently
If you press any button of the smart key
open the Smart Trunk release while
during the Detect and Alert stage, the
playing around the rear area of the
Smart Trunk release function will be
vehicle.
deactivated.
Make sure to be aware of how to
deactivate the Smart Trunk release
function for emergency situations.
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Detecting area
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If you press the door unlock button (2),
the Smart Trunk release function will be
deactivated temporarily. But, if you do
not open any door for 30 seconds, the
smart trunk function will be activated
again.
If you press the trunk open button (3)
for more than 1 second, the trunk
opens.
If you press the door lock button (1) or
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trunk open button (3) when the Smart
Trunk release function is not in the
The Smart Trunk release operates with
Detect and Alert stage, the smart trunk
a welcome alert if the smart key is
function will not be deactivated.
detected within 20-40 in. (50-100 cm)
In case you have deactivated the Smart
from the trunk.
Trunk function by pressing the smart
The alert stops at once if the smart key
key button and opened a door, the
is positioned outside the detecting area
Smart Trunk release function can be
during the Detect and Alert stage.
activated again by closing and locking
all doors.
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The Smart Trunk release function will
not work if any of the following occurs:
- The smart key is close to a radio
transmitter such as a radio station or
an airport which can interfere with
normal operation of the transmitter.
- The smart key is near a mobile two
way radio system or a cellular phone.
- Another vehicle’s smart key is being
operated close to your vehicle.
The detecting range may decrease or
increase when :
- One side of the tire is raised to
replace a tire or to inspect the
vehicle.
- The vehicle is slantingly parked on a
slope or unpaved road, etc.
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Fuel filler door
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If the fuel filler door does not open
because ice has formed around it, tap
Opening the fuel filler door
lightly or push on the door to break the ice
and release the door. Do not pry on the
door. If necessary, spray around the door
with an approved deicer fluid (do not use
radiator anti-freeze) or move the vehicle
to a warm place and allow the ice to melt.
Closing the fuel filler door
1. To install the fuel tank cap, turn it
clockwise until it "Clicks".
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2. Close the fuel filler door until it is
latched securely.
The fuel filler door must be opened from
inside the vehicle by pulling up the fuel
WARNING
filler release lever.
1. Turn the engine off.
Automotive fuel is highly flammable and
explosive. Failure to follow these
2. Pull up the fuel filler release lever.
guidelines may result in serious injury or
death:
• Read and follow all warnings posted at
the gas station.
• Before refueling, note the location of
the Emergency Gasoline Shut-Off, if
available, at the gas station.
• Before touching the fuel nozzle,
eliminate the potential build-up of
static electricity by touching a metal
part of the vehicle, a safe distance away
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from the fuel filler neck, nozzle, or other
3. Pull the fuel filler door (1) outward to
gas source, with your bare hand.
access the fuel tank cap.
• Do not use cellular phones while
4. To remove the fuel tank cap (2), turn it
refueling. Electric current and/or
counterclockwise. A hissing noise is
electronic interference from cellular
heard because the pressure inside the
phones may potentially ignite fuel
tank equalizes.
vapors and cause a fire.
5. Place the cap (3) on the fuel filler door
• Do not get back into a vehicle once you
(1).
have begun refueling.
You can generate a build-up of static
electricity by touching, rubbing, or
sliding against any item or fabric
capable of producing static electricity.
Static electricity discharge may ignite
fuel vapors causing a fire. If you must
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re-enter the vehicle, once again
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eliminate potentially dangerous static
electricity discharge by touching a
Make sure to refuel your vehicle
metal part of the vehicle, away from the
according to the "Fuel requirements"
fuel filler neck, nozzle, or other gasoline
suggested in chapter 9.
source, with your bare hand.
When refueling, always move the shift
lever to the P (Park) position, apply the
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parking brake, and move the ignition
switch to the LOCK/OFF position.
Do not spill fuel on the exterior
Sparks produced by electrical
surfaces. It may damage the paint.
components related to the engine can
If the cap needs to be replaced, only
ignite fuel vapors causing a fire.
use a genuine HYUNDAI cap or the fuel
When using an approved portable fuel
system or emission control system may
container, be sure to place the
malfunction.
container on the ground prior to
refueling. Static electricity discharge
from the container may ignite fuel
vapors causing a fire. Once refueling
has begun, contact between your bare
hand and maintain the vehicle until the
filling is complete.
Use only approved portable plastic fuel
containers designed to carry and store
gasoline.
Do not use matches or a lighter and do
not smoke or leave a lit cigarette in your
vehicle at a gas station,especially
during refueling.
Do not over-fill or top-off your vehicle
tank, which may cause gasoline
spillage.
If a fire breaks out during refueling, get
away from the vehicle, and
immediately contact a gas station
employee and then contact the local
fire department.
If pressurized fuel sprays out, it can
cover your clothes or skin and increase
the risk of fire and burns. If the cap is
venting fuel or if you hear a hissing
sound, wait until the condition stops
before completely removing the cap.
Always check that the fuel cap is
installed securely to prevent fuel
spillage in the event of a collision.
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AUTO headlight
Exterior lights
Lighting control
To operate the lights, turn the knob at the
end of the control lever to one of the
following positions:
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The headlights and parking lights are
turned ON or OFF automatically
depending on the amount of daylight as
measured by the ambient light sensor (1)
in front of the instrument panel.
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Even with the AUTO headlight feature in
operation, it is recommended to manually
(1) OFF
turn ON the headlights when driving at
(2) AUTO headlight
night or in a fog, driving in the rain, or
(3) Parking light
when you enter dark areas, such as
(4) Headlight
tunnels and parking facilities.
NOTICE
Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
The Daytime Running Lights can make it
• Do not cover or spill anything on the
easier for others to see the front of your
sensor (1) located in front of the
vehicle during the day, especially after
instrument panel.
dawn and before sunset. The DRL system
• Do not clean the sensor using a window
is ON when the headlight switch is in the
cleaner, the cleaner may leave a light
OFF or the AUTO headlight position and
film which could interfere with sensor
the Parking Brake is released.
operation.
It turns off when:
• If your vehicle has window tint or other
• The headlights are ON.
types of metallic coating on the front
windshield, the AUTO headlight system
• The parking brake is applied.
may not work properly.
• The vehicle is turned off.
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Parking light (
)
High beam operation
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The parking light, license plate light, and
To turn on the high beam headlight, push
instrument panel light are turned ON.
the lever away from you. The lever returns
to its original position.
Headlight ( )
The high beam indicator illuminates when
the headlight high beams are switched
on.
To turn off the high beam headlight, pull
the lever toward you. The low beams turn
on.
WARNING
Do not use high beam when there are
other vehicles approaching you. Using
high beam may obstruct the other driver’s
vision.
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The headlight, parking light, license plate
light, and instrument panel light are
turned ON.
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The ignition switch must be in the ON
position to turn on the headlight.
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To flash the high beam headlight, pull the
lever toward you, then release the lever.
The high beams remain ON as long as you
hold the lever.
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Turn signals and lane change
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signals
• For more information on the cluster
type Settings menu, refer to the
"Cluster display (Type A)" section in
chapter 4.
• The infotainment system may change
after software updates. For more
information, refer to the user’s manual
provided in the infotainment system
and the quick reference guide.
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Battery saver function
To prevent the battery from being
To signal a turn, push down on the lever
discharging, the system automatically
for a left turn or up for a right turn in
turns off the parking lights when the
position (A).
driver turns the vehicle off and opens the
If an indicator stays on and does not flash
driver’s door.
or if it flashes abnormally, one of the turn
To keep the lights on when the vehicle is
signal bulbs may be burned out and
turned off:
require replacement. Contact an
(1) Open the driver’s door.
authorized HYNDAI dealer.
(2) Turn the parking lights OFF and ON
again using the headlight switch.
One touch turn signal
To use One Touch Turn Signal, push the
turn signal lever up or down to position
Headlight delay function
(B) and then release it.
if equipped
The lane change signals blinks 3, 5 or 7
If you place the ignition switch to the ACC
times.
or OFF position with the headlights ON,
the headlights (and/or parking lights)
You can enable the One Touch Turn
remain on for about 5 minutes. If the
Signal function or choose the number of
driver’s door is opened and closed, the
blinking from the Settings menu in the
headlights are turned off after 15 seconds.
instrument cluster or infotainment
Also, with the vehicle off if the driver’s
system.
door is opened and closed, the headlights
Select:
(and/or parking lights) are turned off after
User Settings > Lights > One Touch
15 seconds.
Turn Signal > Off/3 flashes/5 flashes/7
The headlights (and/or parking lights) can
flashes (for instrument cluster type)
be turned off by pressing the lock button
Settings > Vehicle > Lights > One
on the remote key or smart key twice or
Touch Turn Signal > 3 flashes/5
turning the headlight switch to the OFF or
flashes/7 flashes/Off (for infotainment
AUTO position.
system type)
You can enable the headlight delay
function from the Settings menu in the
instrument cluster or infotainment
system.
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Select:
Interior lights
User Settings > Lights > Headlight
Delay (for instrument cluster type)
WARNING
Settings > Vehicle > Lights > Headlight
Do not use the interior lights when driving
Delay (for infotainment system type)
in the dark. The interior lights may
obscure your view and result in a collision.
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Do not use the interior lights for extended
• For more information on the cluster
periods when the vehicle is turned off.
type Settings menu, refer to the
Otherwise, the battery discharges.
"Cluster display (Type A)" section in
chapter 4.
• The infotainment system may change
Interior lights auto off
after software updates. For more
The interior lights automatically go off
information, refer to the user’s manual
about 20 minutes after the vehicle is
provided in the infotainment system
turned off and the doors are closed. If a
and the quick reference guide.
door is opened, the light go off 40
minutes after the vehicle is turned off. If
the doors are locked by the remote key or
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smart key and the vehicle enters the
armed stage of the theft alarm system,
If the driver exits the vehicle through
the lights go off five seconds later.
another door besides the driver’s door,
the battery saver function does not
operate and the headlight delay function
Front lights
does not turn OFF automatically.
To avoid battery discharge, turn OFF the
headlights manually before exiting the
vehicle.
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(1) Map lamp
(2) Door lamp
(3) Room lamp ON
(4) Room lamp OFF
Map lamp:
Press either lens to turn the map lamp on
or off. This light produces a spot beam for
convenient use as a map lamp at night or
as a personal lamp for the driver and the
front passenger.
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Door lamp (
):
Rear room lamp
The front or rear room lamps come on
when the front or rear doors are opened.
When doors are unlocked by the remote
key or smart key, the front and rear lamps
come on for about 30 seconds as long as
any door is not opened. The front and rear
room lamps go out gradually after about
30 seconds if the door is closed. However,
if the ignition switch is in the ON position
or all doors are locked, the front and rear
lamps will turn off. If a door is opened
with the ignition switch in the ACC or
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LOCK/OFF position, the front and rear
Press this button to turn the room lamp
lamps stay on for about 10 minutes.
on or off.
Room lamp:
:
Vanity mirror lamp
Press the button to turn ON the room
if equipped
lamp for the front/rear seats.
:
Press the button to turn OFF the room
lamp for the front/rear seats.
Mood lamp
if equipped
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Push the switch to turn the light on or off.
: The lamp turns on if this button is
pressed.
: The lamp turns off if this button is
pressed.
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The lamp turns on when 'Settings >
Vehicle > Lights > Ambient Light' is
selected from the infotainment system.
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Luggage compartment lamp
Welcome system
if equipped
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The luggage compartment lamp comes
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on when the trunk is opened and off when
Welcome system helps keep the driver
the trunk is closed.
visible by turning on vehicle lights when
the driver approaches the vehicle.
Door handle light
if equipped
When all the doors (and trunk) are closed
and locked, the door handle light turns on
for about 15 seconds if:
• The door lock button is pressed on the
smart key.
• The button of the outside door handle is
pressed while carrying the smart key.
You can activate or deactivate the
Welcome Light function from the User
Settings menu in the instrument cluster.
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For more information on the cluster type
Settings menu, refer to the "Cluster
display (Type A)" section In chapter 4.
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Headlight and parking light
High Beam Assist (HBA)
When the headlight switch is in the
headlight or AUTO position and all doors
(and trunk) are locked and closed, the
parking lights and headlights come on for
15 seconds when the door unlock button
is pressed on the remote key or smart key.
If you press the door lock or unlock button
again, the parking lights and headlights
turn off immediately.
Interior light
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When the interior light switch is in the
High Beam Assist automatically adjusts
position and all doors (and trunk) are
the headlights between high beam and
closed and locked, the room lamps come
low beam depending on the light
on for 30 seconds when:
detected from oncoming vehicles or
• The door unlock button is pressed on
vehicles in front using the front view
the remote key or smart key.
camera.
• The button of the outside door handle is
pressed while carrying the smart key.
Information
• You put your hand in the outside door
Refer to the "Driver assistance system
handle while carrying the smart key.
sensors" section in chapter 7 for the
location and the general precautions of
If you press the door lock or unlock button
front view camera.
on the smart key, the lights turn off
immediately.
High Beam Assist settings
With the ignition switch ON, go to the
User Settings menu to turn on High Beam
Assist and deselect to turn off the
function in the instrument cluster.
Select:
User Settings > Lights > High Beam
Assist (for cluster type)
WARNING
Only change the settings after parking
your vehicle at a safe location.
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• When High Beam Assist is operating,
High Beam Assist operation
high beam switches to low beam if:
After selecting High Beam Assist from
- The headlights of an oncoming
the settings menu to operate High
vehicle are detected.
Beam Assist:
- The tail lights of a front vehicle are
- Place the headlight switch in the
detected.
AUTO position and push the turn
signal lever toward the instrument
- The headlight or tail light of a
motorcycle or a bicycle is detected.
cluster. High Beam Assist (
)
- The surrounding ambient light is
indicator light illuminates.
bright enough so high beams are not
- When High Beam Assist is enabled,
required.
high beams turn on when the vehicle
- Streetlights or other lights are
speed is above 20 mph (30 km/h) and
detected.
the High Beam (
) indicator light
illuminates. When the vehicle speed
Information
is below 12 mph (20 km/h), high
beams do not turn on and the
The images and colors in the instrument
indicator light illuminates in white.
cluster may differ depending on the
cluster type or theme selected from the
When High Beam Assist is operating:
settings menu.
- If the turn signal lever is pulled
toward you when the high beams are
off, the high beams turn on. When
High Beam Assist malfunction
you let go of the turn signal lever,
High Beam Assist operates again.
and limitations
- If the turn signal lever is pulled
toward you when the high beams are
System malfunction
on by High Beam Assist, the low
beams turn on and High Beam Assist
turns off.
- If the turn signal lever is pushed away
from you, the high beams turn on and
High Beam Assist turns off.
- If the headlight switch is moved from
AUTO to another position
(headlight/position/off), the
corresponding light turns on and
High Beam Assist turns off.
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When High Beam Assist is not working
properly, the "Check High Beam Assist
(HBA) system" warning message may
appear, and the warning light may
illuminate on the instrument cluster.
Contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Limitations of High Beam Assist
Information
High Beam Assist may not work properly
in the following situations if:
For more information on the limitations of
the front view camera, refer to the
The headlights from an oncoming or
"Forward Collision Avoidance Assist (FCA)
front vehicle is damaged or out of the
(Sensor fusion)" section in chapter 7.
detection range.
The headlights from an oncoming or
front vehicle are covered with dust,
snow, or water.
WARNING
An oncoming or front vehicle’s
Always check road conditions, and if
headlights are off but the fog lamps are
necessary, take appropriate actions to
on.
drive safely. It is your responsibility to
There are lights that have a similar
operate your vehicle in a safe manner.
shape as a vehicle’s light ahead.
If High Beam Assist does not operate
The headlights are not repaired or
properly, use the turn signal lever to
replaced properly.
switch between high beam and low
beam.
The headlights are not aimed properly.
High Beam Assist may not operate for
You are driving on a narrow curved
15 seconds right after your vehicle is
road, rough road, uphill, or downhill.
started or when the front view camera
A front vehicle is partially visible at a
is initialized.
crossroad or on a curved road.
There is a temporary reflector or flash
ahead (construction area).
There is a traffic light, reflecting sign,
LED sign, or reflectors ahead.
The road is wet or covered with snow or
ice.
A vehicle suddenly appears from a
curve.
The vehicle is tilted due to a flat tire or
being towed.
The headlights from an oncoming or
front vehicle is not detected because of
exhaust fumes, smoke, fog, snow,
blizzard, water spray on the road, or
windshield condensation, etc.
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Wipers and washers
Windshield wipers
Operates as follows when the ignition
switch is turned ON.
MIST: For a single wiping cycle, move the
lever up (MIST) and release it. The wipers
operate continuously if the lever is held in
this position.
OFF: Wipers are not in operation.
INT: Wipers operate intermittently at the
same wiping intervals. Use this mode in
light rain or mist. To change the speed
setting, turn the speed control knob.
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LO: The wiper runs at a lower speed.
A. Wiper speed control
HI: The wiper runs at a higher speed.
• MIST - Single wipe
• OFF - Off
Information
• INT - Intermittent wipe
If there is heavy accumulation of snow or
• LO - Low wiper speed
ice on the windshield, defrost the
windshield for about 10 minutes, or until
• HI - High wiper speed
the snow and/or ice is removed to
B. Intermittent control wipe time
prevent damage to the wiper and washer
adjustment
system.
C. Wash with brief wipes (pull lever
towards you)
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Front windshield washers
WARNING
When the outside temperature is below
freezing, always warm the windshield
using the defroster to prevent the washer
fluid from freezing on the windshield and
obscuring your vision that could lead to a
collision resulting in serious injury or
death.
Always use appropriate washer fluids in
the winter season or cold weather.
ODN8059209K
In the OFF position, pull the lever gently
NOTICE
toward you to spray washer fluid on the
To prevent damage:
windshield and to run the wipers 1-3
cycles. The spray and wiper operation
• Do not operate the washer when the
continues until you release the lever. If
fluid reservoir is empty or when the
the washer does not work, you may need
windshield is dry.
to add washer fluid to the washer fluid
• Do not attempt to move the wipers
reservoir.
manually.
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Manual climate control system
if equipped
Type A
O
Type B
O
(1) Fan speed control knob
(2) Temperature control knob
(3) Mode selection knob
(4) Front windshield defroster position
(5) Rear window/side view mirror defroster (if equipped) button
(6) Air intake control button
(7) A/C (Air conditioning) button
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Heating and air conditioning
1. Start the engine.
2. Set the mode to the desired position.
To improve the effectiveness of heating and cooling, select:
• Heating:
• Cooling:
3. Set the temperature control to the desired position.
4. Set the air intake control to outside (fresh) air or recirculated air position.
5. Set the fan speed control to the desired speed.
6.If air conditioning is desired, turn on the air conditioning system.
When starting the vehicle in cold weather a more efficient way to heat the passenger
compartment is to do the following.
• Turn off or lower the blower, right after starting the engine.
- Engine temperature is still low and the air flow from the heater is still cold.
• After a few minutes of engine warm up, turn on or set the fan to a higher level and
adjust the temperature setting towards hot.
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Mode selection
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Floor & Defrost (A, C, D, E)
Most of the air flow is directed to the floor
and the windshield with a small amount
directed to the side window defrosters.
Defrost-Level (A, D)
OCN7050102
Most of the air flow is directed to the
The mode selection knob controls the
windshield with a small amount of air
direction of the air flow through the
directed to the side window defrosters.
ventilation system.
MAX A/C-Level (B, D)
Air can be directed to the floor,
if equipped
dashboard outlets, or windshield. Five
symbols are used to represent Face, Bi-
Level, Floor, Floor-Defrost and Defrost air
position.
Face-Level (B, D)
Air flow is directed toward the upper body
and face. Additionally, each outlet can be
controlled to direct the air discharged
from the outlet.
OCN7050104
The MAX A/C mode is used to cool the
Bi-Level (B, C, D, E)
inside of the vehicle faster.
Air flow is directed toward the upper body
and face.
Air flow is directed toward the face and
The air conditioning and recirculated air
the floor.
are both selected. Turn the fan speed
mode to adjust.
Floor-Level (C, E)
Most of the air flow is directed to the
floor, with a small amount of the air being
directed to the windshield and side
window defrosters.
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Instrument panel vents
Air intake control
Type A
OCN7050106
The instrument panel vent air flow can be
Type B
directed up/down or left/right using the
vent adjustment lever.
To close the vent, push the air vent lever
in the opposite direction of the
passenger. To open the vent, push the air
vent lever in the same direction of the
passenger.
Temperature control
To select outside (fresh) air or
recirculated air, press this button.
Recirculated air position
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OCN7050105
With the recirculated air selected, air
The temperature increases by turning the
from the passenger compartment is
knob to the right.
drawn through the climate control
The temperature decreases by turning
system.
the knob to the left.
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Outside (fresh) air position
WARNING
Type A
To prevent serious injury or death:
• Continued climate control system
operation in the recirculated air
position may allow humidity to increase
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inside the vehicle that could fog the
Type B
windshield and the side windows and
obscure visibility.
• Do not sleep in a vehicle with the air
conditioning or heating system on.
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• Continued climate use of recirculated
With the outside (fresh) air selected, air
air may cause drowsiness or sleepiness,
enters the vehicle from outside and is
and loss of vehicle control. Set the air
drawn through the climate control
intake control to the outside (fresh) air
system.
position while driving.
Information
Fan speed control
Using the system in the fresh air position
is recommended.
Prolonged operation of the heater in the
recirculated air position (without air
conditioning selected) can cause fogging
of the windshield and side windows and
the air within the passenger
compartment will become stale.
In addition, prolonged use of the air
conditioning with the recirculated air
position selected will result in excessively
dry air in the passenger compartment.
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Turn the knob to the right to increase the
fan speed and airflow. Turn the knob to
the left to decrease fan speed and airflow.
Setting the fan speed control knob to the
"0" position turns off the fan.
NOTICE
Operating the fan speed when the
ignition switch is in the ON position may
cause the battery to discharge. Operate
the fan speed when the engine is running.
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Air conditioning (A/C)
Heating
if equipped
1. Select the Floor Level
mode.
2. Set the air intake control to the outside
(fresh) air position.
3. Set the temperature control to the
desired position.
4. Set the fan speed control to the desired
speed.
5. If desired, turn the air conditioning ON
with the temperature control knob set
to heat in order to dehumidify the air
before it enters into the cabin.
OCN7050109
If the windshield fogs up, select the Floor
Press the A/C button to turn the air
& Defrost
mode or rotate the mode
conditioning system on (indicator light
selecting knob to the Defrost
mode.
will illuminate). Press the button again to
turn the air conditioning system off.
Operation Tips
• To help keep dust or unpleasant fumes
from entering the vehicle through the
System operation
ventilation system, temporarily set the
air intake control to the recirculation
Ventilation
mode. Be sure to return the control to
fresh mode position when the irritation
1. Select the Face Level
mode.
has passed to keep fresh air in the
2. Set the air intake control to the outside
vehicle. This can help keep the driver
(fresh) air position.
alert and comfortable.
3. Set the temperature control to the
• To help prevent interior fog on the
desired position.
windshield, set the air intake control to
4. Set the fan speed control to the desired
the fresh air position and the fan speed
speed.
to the desired position, turn on the air
conditioning system, and adjust the
temperature control to desired
temperature.
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Air conditioning
Air conditioning system operation tips
1. Start the engine. Press the air
If the vehicle has been parked in direct
conditioning button.
sunlight during hot weather, open the
windows for a short time to let the hot
2. Select the Face Level
mode.
air inside the vehicle escape.
3. Set the air intake control to the outside
After sufficient cooling has been
air or recirculated air position.
achieved, switch back from
4. Adjust the fan speed control and
recirculated air position to the fresh
temperature control as desired.
outside air position.
NOTICE
To help reduce moisture inside of the
windows on rainy or humid days,
• When using the air conditioning
decrease the humidity inside the
system, monitor the temperature
vehicle by operating the air
gauge closely while driving up hills or in
conditioning system with the windows
heavy traffic when outside
and sunroof closed.
temperatures are high. Continue to use
During air conditioning system
the fan but turn off the air conditioning
operation, you may occasionally notice
system if the temperature gauge
a slight change in engine speed as the
indicates the engine is overheating.
air conditioning compressor cycles.
• Always use the air conditioning with the
This is a normal system operation
windows closed. In humid weather, if
characteristic.
the windows are open and the air
Use the air conditioning system every
conditioning is running, water droplets
month only for a few minutes to ensure
may form inside the vehicle and
maximum system performance.
potentially damage electrical
When using the air conditioning
equipment.
system, you may notice clear water
dripping (or even puddling) on the
ground under the passenger side of the
vehicle. This is a normal system
operation characteristic.
If you operate the air conditioner
excessively, the difference between the
temperature of the outside air and that
of the windshield may cause the outer
surface of the windshield to fog up,
causing loss of visibility. In this case, set
the mode selection button to the
position and set the fan speed control
knob to the lowest speed setting.
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System maintenance
NOTICE
• The refrigerant system should only be
Cabin air filter
serviced by trained and certified
technicians in a well-ventilated area to
Information
ensure proper and safe operation.
• Replace the filter according to the
• Never repair the air conditioning
Maintenance Schedule.
evaporator (cooling coil) or replace
• If the car is being driven in severe
with the one removed from a used or
conditions such as dusty, rough roads,
salvaged vehicle. A new replacement
more frequent cabin air filter
evaporator must be certified (and
inspections and changes are required.
labeled) as meeting SAE Standard
J2842.
• When the air flow rate suddenly
decreases, have the system inspected
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
WARNING
Checking the amount of air
conditioner refrigerant and
compressor lubricant
If the amount of refrigerant is too low or
too high, the performance of the air
conditioning is reduced.
Have the system inspected by an
To prevent serious injury, have the air
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
conditioning system be serviced by only
trained and certified technicians.
NOTICE
R-1234yf is flammable and operated at
high pressure.
It is important that the correct type and
Reclaim all refrigerants with proper
amount of oil and refrigerant are used.
equipment. Venting refrigerants directly
Otherwise, damage to the compressor
to the atmosphere is harmful to
and abnormal system operation may
individuals and environment.
occur. To prevent damage, the air
conditioning system in your vehicle
should only be serviced by trained and
certified technicians.
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Air conditioning refrigerant label
OCN7053060
You can find out which air conditioning
refrigerant is applied to your vehicle on
the label located inside of the hood.
Example
Each symbols and specification on the air
conditioning refrigerant label is
represented as the following:
1. Classification of refrigerant
2. Amount of refrigerant
3. Classification of Compressor lubricant
4. Caution
5. Flammable refrigerant
6.To require registered technician to
service air conditioning system
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Automatic climate control system
if equipped
OCN7050110L
(1) Driver’s temperature control knob
(2) Passenger’s temperature control knob
(3) AUTO (automatic control) button
(4) SYNC button
(5) OFF button
(6) Front windshield defroster button
(7) Air conditioning button
(8) Air intake control button
(9) Rear window/side view mirror (if equipped) defroster button
(10)Fan speed control button
(11) Mode selection button
(12)Climate control information screen
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Automatic heating and air
2. Turn the temperature control knob to
set the desired temperature. If the
conditioning
temperature is set to the lowest setting
The Automatic Climate Control System is
(Lo), the air conditioning system
controlled by setting the desired
operates continuously.
temperature.
After the interior has cooled
1. Press the AUTO button
sufficiently, adjust the knob to a higher
The modes, fan speeds, air intake, and
temperature set point whenever
air conditioning are controlled
possible.
automatically by the temperature
To turn the automatic operation off,
setting.
select any button of the following
buttons:
- Mode selection button
- Front windshield defroster button
(Press the button one more time to
deselect the front windshield
defroster function. The "AUTO" sign
illuminates on the information screen
once again.)
- Fan speed control toggle switch
The selected function is controlled
OCN7050113
manually while other functions
You can control the blower strength in
operate automatically.
three stages by pressing the AUTO
For your convenience and overall
button during automatic operation.
system efficiency, use the AUTO button
• HIGH: Provides rapid air conditioning
and set the temperature to 72 °F (22 °C).
and heating with the maximum fan
speed setting.
Information
• MEDIUM: Provides air conditioning
and heating with the mid-level fan
speed setting.
• LOW: Fan speed is set to the lowest
setting range (1 to 3 bars range).
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Never place anything near the sensor to
ensure better control of the heating and
cooling system.
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Manual heating and air
conditioning
The heating and cooling system can be
controlled manually by pushing buttons
other than the AUTO button. In this case,
the system works sequentially according
to the order of buttons selected. When
pressing any button except the AUTO
button while using automatic operation,
the functions not selected is controlled
automatically.
1. Start the engine.
2. Set the mode to the desired position.
To improve the effectiveness of heating
and cooling, select:
• Heating:
• Cooling:
3. Set the temperature control to the
desired position.
4. Set the air intake control to the outside
(fresh) air position.
5. Set the fan speed control to the desired
speed.
6.If air conditioning is desired, turn the air
conditioning system on.
7. Press the AUTO button in order to
convert to full automatic control of the
system.
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Mode selection
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Floor & Defrost (A, C, D, E)
Most of the air flow is directed to the floor
and the windshield with a small amount
directed to the side window defrosters.
Defrost-Level (A, D)
OCN7050115
The mode selection button controls the
direction of the air flow through the
ventilation system.
The air flow outlet direction is cycled as
follows:
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Face-Level (B, D)
Most of the air flow is directed to the
windshield with a small amount of air
directed to the side window defrosters.
Air flow is directed toward the upper body
Instrument panel vents
and face. Additionally, each outlet can be
controlled to direct the air discharged
from the outlet.
Bi-Level (B, C, D, E)
Air flow is directed toward the face and
the floor.
Floor-Level (C, E)
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The instrument panel vent air flow can be
directed up/down or left/right using the
Most of the air flow is directed to the
vent adjustment lever.
floor, with a small amount of the air being
To close the vent, push the air vent lever
directed to the windshield and side
in the opposite direction of the
window defrosters.
passenger. To open the vent, push the air
vent lever in the same direction of the
passenger.
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Temperature control
Adjusting the temperature equally
Driver’s seat
OCN7050117
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• Press the SYNC button (indicator light
Passenger’s seat
ON) to adjust the driver and passenger
side temperature equally.
• Turn the driver side temperature
control knob. The driver and passenger
side temperature is adjusted equally.
• If you rotate the passenger’s
temperature control knob, the
passenger side temperature can be
operated individually.
Adjusting the temperature individually
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Press the SYNC button (indicator light
The temperature will increases by turning
OFF) again to adjust the driver and
the knob to the right.
passenger side temperature individually.
The temperature will decreases by
turning the knob to the left.
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Temperature conversion
Air intake control
If the battery has been discharged or
Recirculated air position
disconnected, the temperature mode
display is reset to Celsius.
To change the temperature unit from °C
to °F or °F to °C:
• Automatic climate control system
With the recirculated air position
Press the AUTO button for 3 seconds
selected, air from the passenger
while pressing the OFF button.
compartment will be drawn through the
• Instrument cluster or infotainment
climate control system.
system screen, select:
- User Settings > Unit > Temperature
Outside (fresh) air position
Unit > °F/°C (for instrument cluster
type)
- Settings > General > Unit >
Temperature Unit > °F/°C (for
infotainment system type)
With the outside (fresh) air position
The temperature unit on both the
selected, air enters the vehicle from
cluster display and the climate control
outside and is drawn through the climate
screen will change.
control system.
Information
Information
• For more information on the cluster
Using the system in the fresh air position
type Settings menu, refer to the
is recommended.
"Cluster display (Type A)" section in
Prolonged operation of the heater in the
chapter 4.
recirculated air position (without air
• The infotainment system may change
conditioning selected) can cause fogging
after software updates. For more
of the windshield and side windows and
information, refer to the user's manual
the air within the passenger
provided in the infotainment system
compartment will become stale.
and the quick reference guide.
In addition, prolonged use of the air
conditioning with the recirculated air
position selected will result in excessively
dry air in the passenger compartment.
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