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Hyundai Sonata (2024 year). Manual in english - page 2

 

 

Instrument Cluster
Gauges and meters
Tachometer
Type A
Speedometer
Type A
Type B
2C_Speedmeter
Type B
The tachometer indicates the
approximate number of engine
2C_Speedmeter_2
revolutions per minute (RPM).
The speedometer indicates the speed of
Use the tachometer to monitor the engine
the vehicle and is calibrated in miles per
RPM.
hour (MPH) and/or kilometers per hour
(km/h).
NOTICE
Do not operate the engine within the
tachometer's RED ZONE to prevent
severe engine damage.
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Engine coolant temperature gauge
WARNING
Type A
Never remove the engine coolant
reservoir cap when the engine is hot. The
engine coolant is under pressure and may
cause burn or injury. Wait until the engine
is cool before adding coolant to the
reservoir.
Fuel gauge
Type A
Type B
2C_FuelGauge
Type B
The engine coolant temperature gauge
indicates the temperature of the engine
coolant when the Engine Start/Stop
button is in the ON position.
NOTICE
If the gauge pointer moves beyond the
normal range area toward the H (Hot)
position, it indicates overheating that
2C_FuelGauge_2
may damage the engine.
The fuel gauge indicates the approximate
Do not continue driving with an
amount of fuel remaining in the fuel tank.
overheated engine. If your vehicle
overheats, refer to the "If The Engine
Overheats" section in chapter 8.
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Instrument Cluster
Outside temperature gauge
Information
Type A
• The fuel tank capacity is given in
chapter 2.
• The fuel gauge is supplemented by a
low fuel warning light, that illuminates
when the fuel tank is nearly empty.
• On inclines or curves, the fuel gauge
may fluctuate or the low fuel warning
light may come on earlier than usual
due to the movement of fuel in the tank.
• More than 1.5 gallon (6 liters) of fuel
should be added to the vehicle for the
fuel gauge to increase.
Type B
WARNING
• Running out of fuel can expose vehicle
occupants to danger.
• Always refuel the vehicle as soon as
possible after the warning light comes
on or when the gauge indicator comes
close to the E (Empty) level.
The outside ambient temperature
NOTICE
appears in the lower portion of the cluster
display. The temperature reads in
• Avoid driving with an extremely low
Fahrenheit or Celsius depending on the
fuel level. Running out of fuel may
units selected from the Settings menu in
cause the engine to misfire and cause
the instrument cluster or infotainment
damage to the catalytic converter (if
system.
equipped).
The temperature indicated on the
• If the gearshift is not in P (Park) or N
instrument cluster may not change as
(Neutral) when refueling, fueling may
quickly as the outside temperature.
not be recognized, and the fuel amount
Select:
and the distance to empty may appear
abnormally.
Setup > General > Units >
Temperature Unit > °F/°C
• The amount of fuel remaining may be
recognized abnormally if fueled with
Both the temperature unit on the cluster
the vehicle tilted or the battery cable
display and climate control information
disconnected.
screen is changed.
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Distance to empty
Information
Type A
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.
Odometer
Type A
Type B
Type B
The distance to empty is the estimated
distance the vehicle can be driven with
the remaining fuel.
If the estimated distance is below 1 mi. (1
km), the trip computer displays '---' as the
distance to empty. If this occurs, refuel
the vehicle immediately.
• The distance to empty may differ from
the actual driving distance because it is
The odometer indicates the total distance
only an estimate of the available driving
that the vehicle has been driven and is
distance.
used to determine when periodic
• The distance to empty may differ
maintenance is required.
significantly based on driving
conditions, driving habits, and
condition of the vehicle.
• If the vehicle is not on level ground or
the battery power has been
interrupted, the distance to empty
function may not operate correctly until
the vehicle has been driven enough for
the system to recalculate.
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Instrument Cluster
• The distance to empty indicator may
Dual clutch transmission shift
not change accurately if less than 1.5
indicator
gallons (6 liters) of fuel are added to the
Type A
vehicle.
Transmission shift indicator
Automatic transmission shift
indicator
Type A
2C_DCTPosition
Type B
2C_ATPosition
Type B
2C_DCTPosition_2
This indicator informs the current gear
engaged.
2C_ATPosition_2
This indicator informs the current gear
engaged.
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Dual clutch transmission shift
Warning and indicator lights
indicator in manual shift mode
if equipped
Information
Type A
Make sure that all warning lights are OFF
after starting the engine. If any light is still
ON, this indicates a situation that needs
attention.
Seat belt warning light
Type B
WL_SeatBeltWarningLamp
This warning light informs the driver that
the seat belt is not fastened.
For more information, refer to the "Seat
Belts" section in chapter 3.
Airbag warning light
In the manual shift mode, this indicator
informs which gear is recommended
while driving, to save fuel.
• Shifting up:
2,
3,
4,
5,
6,
7,
8
WL_AirbagWarningLamp
• Shifting down:
1,
2,
3,
4,
5,
6,
7
This warning light illuminates:
For example,
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
the ON position. It illuminates for 3-6
or
:
seconds and then goes off.
Indicates that shifting up to the 4th gear is
• When there is a malfunction with the
recommended (currently the gear is in
Safety Restraint System (SRS).
the 3rd gear).
If the Airbag warning light remains
When the system is not working properly,
illuminated while driving, have your
the indicator is not displayed.
vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
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Instrument Cluster
Parking brake warning light
Dual-diagonal braking system
Your vehicle is equipped with the
dual-diagonal braking system. This
means you still have braking on two
wheels even if one of the dual systems
should fails.
With only one of the dual systems
working, more than normal pedal travel
WL_BreakWarningLamp
and greater pedal force are required to
stop the vehicle.
This warning light illuminates:
Also, the vehicle does not stop in a short
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
distance if only a portion of the braking
the ON position. It illuminates for about
system is working.
3 seconds and then goes off once the
If you experience a malfunction with the
parking brake is released.
braking system while driving, attempt to
• Whenever the parking brake is applied.
slow your vehicle by coasting or by using
• Whenever the brake fluid level in the
engine braking.
reservoir is low.
- If the warning light illuminates with
WARNING
the parking brake released, it
If the parking brake warning light
indicates the brake fluid level in the
illuminates with the parking brake
reservoir is low.
released, it indicates that the brake fluid
level is low. Have your vehicle inspected
If the brake fluid level in the reservoir is
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
low:
1. Drive carefully to the nearest safe
location and stop your vehicle.
2. With the engine stopped, check the
brake fluid level immediately and add
fluid as required (For more information,
refer to the "Brake Fluid" section in
chapter 9). After adding brake fluid,
check all brake components for fluid
leaks. If a brake fluid leak is found, or if
the warning light remains on, or if the
brakes do not operate properly, do not
drive the vehicle. Have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
Electronic Brake Force Distribution
warning light
(EBD) System warning light
WL_ABSWarningLamp
WL_EBDWarningLamp
This warning light illuminates:
These two warning lights illuminate at the
same time while driving:
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
the ON position. It illuminates for about
When the ABS and brake system does not
3 seconds and then goes off.
work normally.
• Whenever there is a malfunction with
If both the ABS warning light and the
the ABS.
Parking Brake warning light remain
illuminated while driving, have your
The hydraulic braking system still
vehicle inspected by an authorized
operates even if there is a malfunction
HYUNDAI dealer.
with the ABS. If the ABS warning light
remains illuminated while driving, have
WARNING
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
When both ABS and Parking Brake
warning lights are on, the braking system
does not work normally and you may
experience an unexpected and
dangerous situation during sudden
braking.
Avoid high speed driving and abrupt
braking.
Have your vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon as
possible.
Information
When the ABS warning light is on or both
ABS and Parking Brake warning lights are
on, the speedometer, odometer, or
tripmeter may not work. Also, the MDPS
warning light may illuminate and the
steering effort may increase or decrease.
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Instrument Cluster
Motor Driven Power Steering
2. Turn the engine off and check the
(MDPS) warning light
alternator drive belt for looseness or
breakage.
If the belt is adjusted properly, there
may be a problem in the electrical
charging system.
If the Charging system warning light
remains illuminated while driving, have
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
WL_PowerStreeringWarningLamp
HYUNDAI dealer.
This warning light illuminates:
Engine oil pressure warning light
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
the ON position. It illuminates for about
3 seconds and then goes off.
• Whenever there is a malfunction with
the Motor Driven Power Steering.
If the MDPS warning light remains
illuminated while driving, have your
vehicle inspected by an authorized
WL_EngineOilPressureWarningLamp
HYUNDAI dealer.
This warning light illuminates:
Charging system warning light
When the engine oil pressure is low.
If the engine oil pressure is low:
1. Drive carefully to the nearest safe
location and stop your vehicle.
2. Turn the engine off and check the
engine oil level (For more information,
refer to the "Engine Oil" in chapter 9). If
WL_ChargingSystemWarningLamp
the level is low, add oil as required.
This warning light illuminates:
If the warning light remains on after
adding oil or if oil is not available, have
When there is a malfunction with either
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
the alternator or electrical charging
HYUNDAI dealer as soon as possible.
system.
NOTICE
If there is a malfunction with either the
alternator or electrical charging system:
• Continued driving with the warning
light on may cause engine failure.
1. Drive carefully to the nearest safe
location and stop your vehicle.
• If the engine is not stopped
immediately after the Engine Oil
Pressure warning light is illuminated,
severe damage could result.
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Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL)
Information
When engine oil pressure decreases due
to insufficient engine oil, etc., the Engine
Oil Pressure warning light illuminates. In
addition, the enhanced engine protection
system that limits engine power is
activated. If the engine oil pressure is
restored, the Engine Oil Pressure warning
WL_EngineWarningLamp
light and the enhanced engine protection
system turn off. However, for gasoline 2.5
This indicator light illuminates:
GDI & 2.5 T-GDI engine, when the engine
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
oil pressure is restored, the warning light
the ON position. It illuminates for about
and the enhanced engine protection
3 seconds and then goes off.
system turn off after the engine is
• Whenever there is a malfunction with
restarted.
either the emission control system or
the engine or the vehicle powertrain.
Low fuel level warning light
If the MIL warning light remains
illuminated while driving, have your
vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
• If the enhanced engine protection
system activates due to the lack of
engine oil, the engine power is limited.
NOTICE
WL_LowFuelLevelWarningLamp
• Driving with the Malfunction Indicator
This warning light illuminates:
Lamp (MIL) on may cause damage to
When the fuel tank is nearly empty.
the emission control system that may
Refuel the vehicle as soon as possible.
affect drivability and/or fuel economy.
• If the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL)
NOTICE
illuminates, catalytic converter (if
Driving with the Low Fuel Level warning
equipped) damage is possible that may
light on or with the fuel level below E
result in loss of engine power.
(Empty) may cause the engine to misfire
and damage the catalytic converter (if
equipped).
NOTICE
• If the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL)
illuminates, potential catalytic
converter damage is possible which
could result in loss of engine power.
If this occurs, have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer as soon as possible.
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Instrument Cluster
Master warning light
Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)
warning light
WL_MasterWarningLamp
WL_EPBWarningLamp
This warning light illuminates:
This warning light illuminates:
When there is a malfunction in operation
in any of the following systems:
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
the ON position. It illuminates for about
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
3 seconds and then goes off.
malfunction
• Whenever there is a malfunction with
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
EPB.
radar blocked
If the EPB warning light remains
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
illuminated while driving, have your
malfunction (if equipped)
vehicle inspected by an authorized
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
HYUNDAI dealer.
radar blocked (if equipped)
• Exterior light malfunction
Information
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
The Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)
Assist malfunction (if equipped)
warning light may illuminate when the
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
Assist radar blocked (if equipped)
indicator light comes on to indicate that
ESC is not working properly. This does not
• LED headlight malfunction
indicate malfunction of EPB.
• High Beam Assist malfunction
• Smart Cruise Control malfunction
• Smart Cruise Control radar blocked
• Lane Following Assist malfunction
• Door/Trunk malfunction
• Low washer fluid
• All Wheel Drive (AWD) malfunction (if
equipped)
• Tire Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS) malfunction
If the issue is resolved, the Master
Warning Light turns off.
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Low tire pressure warning light
Driver Attention Warning light
WL_TPMSWarningLamp
WL_ConsiderTakingABreak
This warning light illuminates:
This indicator light illuminates:
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
the ON position. It illuminates for about
the ON position. It illuminates for about
3 seconds and then goes off.
3 seconds and then goes off.
• When one or more tires are significantly
• Yellow: When Driver Attention Warning
under-inflated. (The location of the
is disabled or a malfunction is detected.
under-inflated tire appears on the
If the yellow indicator light remains on
cluster display.)
after the front view camera has been
For more information, refer to the "Tire
uncovered or unblocked, have your
Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)"
vehicle inspected by an authorized
section in chapter 8.
HYUNDAI dealer.
This warning light remains ON after
This indicator light blinks:
blinking for about 60 seconds, or
• Yellow: Driver Attention Warning
repeatedly blinks ON and OFF at 3 second
recommends to take a break.
intervals:
For more information, refer to the "Driver
When there is a malfunction with the
Attention Warning (DAW)" section in
TPMS.
chapter 7.
If this occurs, have your vehicle inspected
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon
as possible.
For more information, refer to the "Tire
Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)"
section in chapter 8.
WARNING
• The TPMS cannot alert you to severe
and sudden tire damage caused by
external factors.
• If you notice any vehicle instability,
immediately take your foot off the
accelerator pedal, apply the brakes
gradually with light force, and slowly
move to a safe position off the road.
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Instrument Cluster
Lane Following Assist indicator light
Lane Safety indicator light
WL_LFA
WL_LaneSafetyWarningLamp
This indicator light illuminates:
This indicator light illuminates:
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
the ON position. It illuminates for about
the ON position. It illuminates for about
3 seconds and then goes off.
3 seconds and then goes off.
• Green: When Lane Following Assist is
• Gray: When Lane Keeping Assist
operating.
operating conditions are not satisfied.
• gray: When Lane Following Assist
• Green: When Lane Keeping Assist
operating conditions are not satisfied.
operating conditions are satisfied.
• Yellow: When Lane Safety is disabled or
This indicator light blinks:
a malfunction is detected.
• White: When the steering wheel assist
If the yellow warning light remains on
is canceled.
after the sensor has been uncovered or
For more information, refer to the "Lane
unblocked when Lane Safety is set,
Following Assist (LFA)" section in chapter
have your vehicle inspected by an
7.
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
This indicator light blinks:
• Green: When Lane Keeping Assist is
operating.
For more information, refer to the "Lane
Keeping Assist (LKA)" section in chapter 7.
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Forward Safety warning light
LED headlight warning light
WL_FrontSafetyWarningLamp
WL_LEDHeadlampWarningLamp
This warning light illuminates:
This warning light illuminates:
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
the ON position. It illuminates for about
the ON position. It illuminates for about
3 seconds and then goes off.
3 seconds and then goes off.
• Yellow: When Forward Safety of
• Whenever there is a malfunction with a
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist is
LED headlight.
deselected, disabled, or a malfunction
If the LED Headlight warning light
is detected.
remains illuminated while driving, have
If the yellow warning light remains on
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
after the sensor has been uncovered or
HYUNDAI dealer.
unblocked when the Forward Safety is
set, have your vehicle inspected by an
This warning light blinks:
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Whenever there is a malfunction with a
LED headlight related part.
This warning light blinks:
If this occurs, have your vehicle inspected
• Red: When Forward Safety function is
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon
operating.
as possible.
For more information, refer to the
"Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
NOTICE
(FCA) (Sensor Fusion)" section in chapter
Driving with the LED Headlight warning
7.
light on or blinking may reduce LED
headlight life.
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Instrument Cluster
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
Immobilizer indicator light
indicator light
WL_ImmobilizerLamp
WL_ESCOperatingLamp
This indicator light illuminates for up to 30
This indicator light illuminates:
seconds:
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
When the vehicle detects the smart key in
the ON position. It illuminates for about
the vehicle with the Engine Start/Stop
3 seconds and then goes off.
button in the ACC or ON position.
• Whenever there is a malfunction with
• At this time, you can start the engine.
ESC system.
• The indicator light goes off after
If this occurs, have your vehicle
starting the engine.
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer as soon as possible.
This indicator light blinks for a few
seconds:
This indicator light blinks:
When the smart key is not in the vehicle,
While ESC is operating.
you cannot start the engine.
For more information, refer to the
This indicator light illuminates for a few
"Electronic Stability Control (ESC)"
seconds and goes off:
section in chapter 6.
If the smart key is in the vehicle and the
Engine Start/Stop button is ON, but the
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
vehicle cannot detect the smart key.
OFF indicator light
If this occurs, have your vehicle inspected
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
This indicator light blinks:
Whenever there is a malfunction with the
immobilizer system.
If this occurs, have your vehicle inspected
WL_ESCWarningLamp
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
This indicator light illuminates:
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
the ON position. It illuminates for about
3 seconds and then goes off.
• When you deactivate ESC system by
pressing the ESC OFF button.
For more information, refer to the
"Electronic Stability Control (ESC)"
section in chapter 6.
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Turn signal indicator light
Light ON indicator light
WL_TurnSignalLamp
WL_LightOnLamp
This indicator light blinks:
This indicator light illuminates:
When you operate the turn signal lever.
When the parking lights or headlights are
on.
If any of the following occur, there may be
a malfunction with the turn signal system.
• The turn signal indicator light
High Beam Assist indicator light
illuminates but does not blink.
• The turn signal indicator light blinks
rapidly.
• The turn signal indicator light does not
illuminate at all.
If any of these occur, have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
WL_HBALamp
dealer.
This indicator light illuminates:
High beam indicator light
When the high beam is on with the light
switch in the AUTO position.
• White: When High Beam Assist is ready
to operate.
• Green: When High Beam Assist is
operating.
If your vehicle detects oncoming or
preceding vehicles, High Beam Assist
WL_HighBeamLamp
switches the high beam to low beam
automatically.
This indicator light illuminates:
For more information, refer to the "High
• When the headlights are on and the
Beam Assist (HBA)" section in chapter 5.
turn signal lever is moved to the high
beam position.
• When the turn signal lever is pulled into
the Flash-to-Pass position.
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Instrument Cluster
AUTO HOLD indicator light
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist
indicator light
if equipped
WL_AutoHoldWarningLamp
This indicator light illuminates:
WL_ISLA
• White: When you activate Auto Hold by
pressing the AUTO HOLD switch.
This indicator light illuminates:
• Green: When you stop the vehicle
• When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
completely by depressing the brake
the ON position. It illuminates for about
pedal with Auto Hold activated.
3 seconds and then goes off.
• Yellow: Whenever a malfunction with
• Yellow: When Intelligent Speed Limit
the Auto Hold is detected.
Assist is disabled, the front view camera
is blocked, or a malfunction is detected.
If the AUTO HOLD indicator light
remains yellow while driving, have your
If the yellow indicator light remains on
vehicle inspected by an authorized
after the front view camera has been
HYUNDAI dealer.
uncovered or unblocked, have your
vehicle inspected by an authorized
For more information, refer to the
HYUNDAI dealer.
"Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)" section
in chapter 6.
For more information, refer to the
"Intelligent Speed Limit Assist (ISLA)"
section in chapter 7.
Speed Limiter indicator light
if equipped
WL_SpeedLimiterIndicatorLight
This indicator light illuminates:
When the speed limiter is enabled.
For more information, refer to the
"Manual Speed Limit Assist (MSLA)" in
chapter 7.
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Cluster display messages
Press brake pedal to start engine
This message appears if the Engine
Start/Stop button is pressed repeatedly
Vehicle is On
without depressing the brake pedal.
This message appears if you open the
Start the vehicle by depressing the brake
driver's door when the gear is in P (Park)
pedal and then pressing the Engine
and the Engine Start/Stop button in the
Start/Stop button.
ON or START position.
Turn the engine off before leaving the
vehicle.
Key not in vehicle
This message appears if the smart key is
not in the vehicle when you have left the
Shift to P
vehicle with the Engine Start/Stop button
This message appears if the Engine
in the ON or Start position.
Start/Stop button is pressed to the OFF
Always turn off the engine before leaving
position without the gear in the P (Park)
your vehicle.
position.
If this occurs, the Engine Start/Stop
button goes to the ACC position.
Press START button again
If you cannot start the vehicle after the
Engine Start/Stop button is pressed,
Vehicle is in N. Press START button
attempt to start the engine by pressing
and shift to P
the Engine Start/Stop button again.
This message appears if you try to turn off
If the warning message appears each
the vehicle with the gear in N (Neutral).
time you press the Engine Start/Stop
To turn off the vehicle:
button, have your vehicle inspected by an
1. Press the Engine Start/Stop button. The
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Engine Start/Stop button goes to the
ON position.
Press START button with key
2. Shift the gear to P (Park).
This message appears if the smart key is
3. Press the Engine Start/Stop button
not detected when you press the Engine
again, then the vehicle turns off.
Start/Stop button after accessing with
the smart key. Pressing the Engine
Start/Stop button with the Smart key uses
Low key battery
a different antenna
When the Engine Start/Stop button is
pressed to the OFF position, a message
may appear, indicating the internal
battery of the smart key is low. Replace
the smart key battery.
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Instrument Cluster
Check BRAKE SWITCH fuse
Door, Hood, trunk open indicator
This message appears if the brake switch
fuse is disconnected. Replace the fuse
before starting the engine.
If that is not possible, start the engine by
pressing the Engine Start/Stop button for
10 seconds in the ACC position.
Shift to P or N to start engine
This message appears if you try to start
the engine in any other position except P
2C_DoorOpenWarning
(Park) or N (Neutral).
This warning appears if any door or hood
or trunk is left open. The warning
Information
indicates which door is open on the
You can start the engine with the gear in
cluster display.
N (Neutral). But, for your safety, always
start the engine with the vehicle in P
CAUTION
(Park) with your foot depressing the brake
Before driving the vehicle, confirm the
pedal.
door, hood, and trunk are fully closed.
Battery discharging due to external
Sunroof open indicator
electrical devices
if equipped
if equipped
This message appears if the vehicle
battery voltage is low or if a current draw
is detected that could drain the vehicle
battery.
Do not connect any external electronic
devices to the battery system or battery
discharge may occur.
If this message appears on the cluster and
there are no other external electronic
devices connected to the vehicle, have
2C_SonroofOpenWarning
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
This warning appears if you turn off the
HYUNDAI dealer.
engine when the sunroof is open.
It is recommended that you close the
sunroof securely before leaving your
vehicle. The sunroof may be left open or
tilted, but the vehicle will be more secure
when it is closed.
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Low tire pressure
Wiper
Front
2C_TireLowPressureWarning
This warning message appears if the tire
This indicator displays which wiper speed
pressure is low. The corresponding tire on
is selected using the wiper control.
the vehicle is illuminated.
You can activate or deactivate
For more information, refer to the "Tire
Wiper/Lights display function from the
Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)"
Settings menu in the infotainment
section in chapter 8.
system. Select:
Setup > Cluster > Content Selection >
Lights
Wiper/Lights display
Information
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.
2C_LightMode
This indicator displays which exterior light
is selected using the lighting control.
You can activate or deactivate
Wiper/Lights display function from the
Settings menu in the infotainment
system. Select:
Setup > Cluster > Content Selection >
Wiper/Lights display
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Instrument Cluster
Low washer fluid
This message appears if the washer fluid
level in the reservoir is nearly empty.
Have the washer fluid reservoir refilled.
Low fuel
This message appears if the fuel tank is
almost out of fuel.
When this message appears, the low fuel
level warning light on the cluster comes
on.
Refuel as soon as possible.
Engine overheated
This message appears when the engine
coolant temperature is above about 248
°F (120 °C). The engine is overheated and
may be damaged.
If your vehicle is overheated, refer to the
"If The Engine Overheats" section in
chapter 8.
Check turn signal
This message appears if the turn signal
lights are not operating properly.
Replace the burned out bulb with a new
one with the same wattage rating.
Check headlight LED
This message appears if there is a
problem with the LED headlight. Have
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
Check AWD/4WD
if equipped
This message appears if there is a
problem with the AWD. Have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer as soon as possible.
For more information, refer to the "All
Wheel Drive (AWD)" section in chapter 6.
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Cluster Display
Cluster display control
2C_ClusterMenuSwitch
Switch
Function
MODE button for changing modes
,
MOVE switch for changing items
OK
SELECT/RESET button for setting or 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.
View modes
View modes
Explanation
This mode displays Driver Assistance system such as Lane Keeping
Driving Assist
Assist, Smart Cruise Control, and Lane Following Assist etc.
Turn by Turn
This mode displays the navigation guidance.
This mode displays driving information such as the trip distance,
Utility
fuel economy and etc.
The information provided may differ depending on which functions are applicable to
your vehicle.
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Instrument Cluster
Driving Assist mode
Utility view
Current Trip
2C_DrivingAssistMode
LKA/SCC/LFA/HDA
2C_DrivingInfo
Displays the state of Lane Keeping Assist,
The trip computer mode displays
Smart Cruise Control, Lane Following
information related to vehicle driving
Assist and Highway Driving Assist. For
parameters including fuel economy,
more information, refer to each system
tripmeter information, and vehicle speed.
information in Chapter 7.
Since Refueling
Turn by Turn (TBT) mode
2C_InfoAfterRefuel
After the vehicle has been refueled, the
2C_TurnByTurnMode
trip distance, total driving time and
Turn-by-turn navigation and distance/
average fuel economy appear.
time to destination appear when Turn by
To reset manually, press the OK button on
Turn mode is selected.
the steering wheel for more than 1 second
when "Since Refueling" appears.
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Since Reset
Driving force distribution (AWD)
if equipped
2C_AccumulatedInfo
Accumulated trip distance, total driving
2C_4WDInfo
time, and average fuel economy appear.
Information related to AWD driving force
The information is accumulated starting
appears.
from the last reset.
For more information, refer to the "All
To reset manually, press the OK button on
Wheel Drive (AWD)" section in the
the steering wheel for more than 1 second
chapter 6.
when "Since Reset" appears.
Additional information display
Tire pressure
Driver Assistance
2C_TireLowPressureWarning
The tire pressure of each tire appears.
2C_ADASInfo
For more information, refer to the "Tire
The current operation condition of
Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)"
Manual Speed Limit Assist, Smart Cruise
section in chapter 8.
Control, Lane Following Assist, etc.
appears.
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Instrument Cluster
Master warning mode
Vehicle Settings
Master warning light illuminates if one or
(infotainment System)
more of the following occurs:
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
Vehicle Settings in the infotainment
malfunction
system provides user options for a the
• Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
settings including door lock/unlock
radar blocked
features, convenience features, driver
assistance settings, etc.
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
malfunction (if equipped)
Vehicle Settings menu
• Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
• Driver Assistance
radar blocked (if equipped)
• Drive Mode
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
• Climate
Assist malfunction (if equipped)
• Seat
• Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance
• Lights
Assist radar blocked (if equipped)
• Door
• Exterior light malfunction
• Digital Keys
• LED headlight malfunction
• Convenience
• High Beam Assist malfunction
The information provided may differ
• Smart Cruise Control malfunction
depending on which functions are
• Smart Cruise Control radar blocked
available to your vehicle.
• Lane Following Assist malfunction
• Door/Trunk malfunction
WARNING
• Low washer fluid
Do not adjust the Vehicle Settings while
driving. You may be distracted from the
• Tire Pressure Monitoring System
driving task and could collide.
(TPMS) malfunction
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Setting your vehicle
2C_AVNOverview
1. Press the SETUP button on the main
keyboard.
2. Select Vehicle to change the settings
for features.
Information
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 or the
Multimedia Manual supplied with the
vehicle.
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5. Convenience Features
Accessing Your Vehicle
5-5
Smart key
5-5
Immobilizer system
5-12
Hyundai Digital Key
5-13
Digital key (smartphone)
5-13
Digital key (Card key)
5-19
Used vehicle/Digital key maintenance
5-23
Limitations of the system
5-23
Door Locks
5-24
Operating door locks from outside the vehicle
5-24
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
5-28
Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)
5-29
Integrated Memory System
5-30
Storing memory positions
5-30
Recalling memory positions
5-30
Resetting integrated memory system
5-31
While resetting integrated memory system
5-31
Seat easy access operation
5-31
Steering Wheel
5-32
Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS)
5-32
Tilt/Telescopic steering
5-33
Horn
5-34
Haptic warning/Steering wheel vibration warning
5-34
Mirrors
5-34
Inside rearview mirror
5-34
Side view mirrors
5-44
Reverse parking aid
5-45
Windows
5-47
Power windows
5-48
Panoramic Sunroof
5-51
Power sunshade
5-51
Tilt open/close
5-52
Slide open/close
5-52
Automatic reversal
5-53
Resetting the sunroof
5-54
Sunroof open warning
5-54
Hood
5-55
Opening the hood
5-55
Closing the hood
5-55
Trunk
5-56
Opening the trunk
5-56
Closing the trunk
5-56
Emergency trunk safety release
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Smart Trunk
5-57
Using smart trunk
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Deactivating smart trunk
5-58
Detecting area
5-59
Fuel Filler Door
5-59
Opening the fuel filler door
5-59
Closing the fuel filler door
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Vehicle System OTA Update
5-61
Downloading software
5-61
Approving software update
5-61
Preparing software update
5-62
Updating software
5-62
Exterior Lights
5-64
Lighting control
5-64
High Beam Operation
5-65
Turn signals and lane change signals
5-66
Battery saver function
5-66
Headlight delay function
5-66
Interior button lights
5-67
Daytime Running Light (DRL)
5-67
Welcome system
5-67
High Beam Assist (HBA)
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High Beam Assist settings
5-69
High Beam Assist operation
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High Beam Assist malfunction and limitations
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5. Convenience Features
Interior Lights
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Interior lamp Auto off
5-72
Front lamps
5-72
Rear lamps
5-73
Vanity mirror lamp
5-73
Ambient light
5-73
Luggage compartment lamp
5-74
Wipers And Washers
5-74
Windshield wipers
5-74
Windshield washers
5-76
Automatic Climate Control System
5-77
Automatic heating and air conditioning
5-78
Manual heating and air conditioning
5-79
System maintenance
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Windshield Defrosting And Defogging
5-86
Automatic climate control system
5-86
Defogging logic
5-87
Rear window defroster
5-87
Climate Control Additional Features
5-88
Air conditioning auto-drying
5-88
Auto defogging system
5-88
Auto dehumidify
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Sunroof inside air recirculation
5-90
Recirculating air when washer fluid is used
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Recirculating air when entering a tunnel
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Storage Compartment
5-92
Center console storage
5-92
Glove box
5-92
Interior Features
5-93
Cup holder
5-93
Sunvisor
5-94
Power outlet
5-94
USB charger
5-95
Wireless smartphone charging system
5-96
Clock
5-98
Coat hook
5-98
Floor mat anchor(s)
5-99
Infotainment System
5-99
USB Port
5-99
Antenna
5-100
Steering wheel remote controls
5-100
Infotainment system
5-101
Voice recognition
5-101
Bluetooth® wireless technology
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5
5
Touch sensor type
Accessing Your Vehicle
if equipped
Smart key
2C_OutsideDoorHandleTouch_3
1. Close all doors, hood, and trunk.
2C_SmartKeyOverview
2. Have the smart key with you.
Your HYUNDAI uses a smart key that is
3. Touch the door handle touch sensor to
used to lock or unlock the driver's and
activate the door lock or press the Door
passenger's doors and the trunk, and start
Lock button (1) on the smart key. The
the engine.
hazard warning lights blink.
(1) Door lock
4. Make sure the doors are locked by
(2) Door unlock
pulling the outside door handle.
(3) Trunk open
(4) Panic
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(5) Remote start
• The door handle button or touch sensor
only operates when the smart key is
Locking your vehicle (1)
within 40 inches (1 m) from the outside
door handle.
Button type
• If you lock the doors using the door
handle button or touch sensor, the
doors will not lock under the following
circumstances:
- The smart key is in the vehicle.
- The Engine Start/Stop button is in the
ACC or ON position.
- Any door is open (except for the
trunk).
If this occurs, a chime sounds for about
2C_OutsideDoorHandleTouch
3 seconds. Check the vehicle before
1. Close all doors, hood, and trunk.
attempting to lock the vehicle again.
2. Have the smart key with you.
3. Press the door handle button or press
the Door Lock button (1) on the smart
key. The hazard warning lights blink.
4. Make sure the doors are locked by
pulling the outside door handle.
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Convenience Features
Unlocking your vehicle (2)
Information
Before you leave your vehicle with the
Button type
smart key, verify that your vehicle is
locked. When using the touch sensor on
the front door handle, listen to hear that
the lock has actuated, and then pull the
handle within 3 seconds to confirm the
doors are locked.
(If it has been longer than 3 seconds,
verify the doors are locked by pressing
the lock button on the smart key. You can
hear a single beep.)
2C_OutsideDoorHandleTouch
1. Have the smart key with you.
WARNING
2. Press the door handle button or press
the Door Unlock button (2) on the smart
Do not leave the smart key in your vehicle
key. The hazard warning lights blink.
with children that are unattended or
• If you unlock the doors using the
unsupervised.
passenger side door handle, all the
Children could unintentionally press the
doors are unlocked. If you unlock the
Engine Start/Stop button or could
doors using the driver side door
operate the power windows or other
handle, either the driver's side door is
vehicle controls or even cause the vehicle
unlocked or all the doors are
to move. This may result in serious injury
unlocked depending on the setting
or death.
for the 2 Press Unlock feature.
Change the Driver Door unlock mode
by referring to "Setting the Two Press
Unlock feature".
Touch sensor type
if equipped
2C_OutsideDoorHandleTouch_2
1. Have the smart key with you.
2. Grab the door handle to activate the
door unlock touch sensor. The hazard
warning lights blink two times.
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• If you unlock the doors using the
Setting the Two Press Unlock feature
passenger side door handle, all the
You can activate or deactivate the Two
doors are unlocked. If you unlock the
Press Unlock feature from the Settings
doors using the driver side door
menu in the infotainment system. Select
handle, either the driver's side door is
Setup > Vehicle > Door > 2 Press Unlock.
unlocked or all the doors are
unlocked depending on the setting
Setting the door lock/unlock prevention
for the 2 Press Unlock feature.
feature
Change the Driver Door unlock mode
The doors may lock or unlock if the touch
by referring to "Setting the Two Press
sensor of the outside door handle is
Unlock feature". If you dip your hand
recognized while washing your vehicle or
twice inside the door handle, all
due to heavy rain.
doors will unlock.
To prevent unintentional door lock or
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unlock:
The door handle button or touch sensor
Press the lock button on the smart key
only operates when the smart key is
and immediately press the unlock button
within 40 inches (1 m) from the outside
along with the lock button for more than
door handle.
4 seconds. The hazard warning lights
blink four times. At this time, the doors do
• After unlocking the doors, the doors are
not lock or unlock even though the touch
locked automatically after 30 seconds
sensor is touched on the outside door
unless a door is opened.
handle. To deactivate the function, press
• If the handle inner sensor is covered
the door lock or unlock button on the
and the outside handle is pressed at the
smart key.
same time, the door may not lock or
unlock for about 2 seconds. Be sure to
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only touch the inner sensor to unlock or
the outer sensor to lock, not both at
• During a car wash or rain, in order to
once unless intentionally setting the
minimize unintentional operation of the
lock/unlock prevention feature.
touch sensor, the touch sensor may
become insensitive. This is not a
malfunction.
• The doors may not lock or unlock in the
following situations.
- If the touch sensor is touched with
gloves on.
- If the door is suddenly approached.
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Convenience Features
Smart key reminder
Remotely starting vehicle (5)
If the doors are locked with the central
To start the vehicle remotely:
door lock/unlock button with the smart
1. Press the door lock button on the smart
key in the vehicle and a door open, the
key within about 32 ft. (10 m) from the
doors do not lock.
vehicle.
2. Press the Remote Start button (4) on
Opening the trunk (3)
the smart key within 2 seconds from
if equipped
when you have pressed the door lock
button. The engine starts.
To open the trunk:
3. To turn off the engine, press the
1. Have the smart key with you.
Remote Start button (4) once.
2. Press the trunk open button on the
vehicle or press and hold the trunk
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open button (3) on the smart key for
more than 1 second. The hazard
• The vehicle must be in P (Park) for the
warning lights blinks two times and the
remote start function to start.
trunk open.
• The vehicle turns off if you do not get in
the vehicle within 10 minutes after
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remotely starting the vehicle.
The trunk open button only operates
• The Remote Start button (4) may not
when the smart key is within 40 inches (1
operate if the smart key is not within 32
m) from the trunk.
ft. (10 m) from the vehicle.
• The vehicle does not remotely start if
the hood or trunk is open.
Using panic alarm (4)
• Do not idle the engine for a long time.
The horn sounds and the hazard warning
• The vehicle can also be remotely
lights blink for about 30 seconds if this
started through the Bluelink
button (4) is pressed for more than 1
subscription. For more information,
second. To stop the horn and lights, press
refer to the the Bluelink manual.
any button on the smart key.
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Starting the vehicle
Mechanical key
Your vehicle is equipped with a Engine
If the smart key does not operate
Start/Stop button instead of a key
normally, you can lock or unlock the
cylinder. You can leave your smart key in
driver's door by using the mechanical key.
your pocket or purse when you start your
vehicle. For more information, refer to the
"Engine Start/Stop Button" section in
chapter 6.
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If the smart key is not moved for some
time, the detection function for smart key
operation will pause. Lift the smart key to
activate the detection again.
2C_Mechanicalkey
Turn the knob (2) of the mechanical key
NOTICE
after removing the key protector (1).
After using the mechanical key, turn the
To prevent damaging the smart key:
key knob (2) and insert the key protector
• Keep the smart key in a cool, dry place
(1).
to avoid damage or malfunction.
Exposure to moisture or high
temperature may cause the internal
Key cylinder (Driver door)
circuit of the smart key to malfunction.
A key cylinder is located on the driver side
This may not be covered under
door handle hidden behind a plastic
warranty.
cover.
• Avoid dropping or throwing the smart
For more information, refer to the "Using
key.
the mechanical key" section in this
chapter on opening the door with the
• Protect the smart key from extreme
mechanical key.
temperatures.
Loss of a smart key
A maximum of two smart keys can be
registered to a single vehicle. If you
happen to lose your smart key, you should
immediately take the vehicle and
remaining key to your authorized
HYUNDAI dealer or tow the vehicle, if
necessary.
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Convenience Features
Smart key precautions
messaging, and/or sending/receiving
emails. When possible, avoid keeping the
The smart key may not work if any of the
smart key and your mobile phone in the
following occur:
same location such as a pants or jacket
• The smart key is close to a radio
pocket to avoid interference between the
transmitter such as radio station or
two devices.
airport that may interfere with normal
operation of the transmitter.
NOTICE
• The smart key is near a mobile two way
• Keep the smart key away from
radio system or a mobile phone.
electromagnetic materials that blocks
• Another vehicle's smart key is being
electromagnetic waves to the key
operated close to your vehicle.
surface.
• The smart key is near any normal
• Always have the smart key with you
electronic devices or credit cards.
when leaving the vehicle. If the smart
• The vehicle battery is discharged.
key is left near the vehicle, the vehicle
battery may be discharged.
• Connecting an external device to the
power outlet and placing the smart key
near the external device.
• If your windows are tinted, especially
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with metallic window tint, it may cause
This device complies with Part 15 of the
frequency interference, reducing the
FCC rules.
smart key operating range.
Operation is subject to the following three
If the smart key does not work correctly,
conditions:
open and close the door with the
mechanical key.
1. This device may not cause harmful
interference.
2. This device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.
3. Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the device.
2C_StartVehicleWithPushingSmartKey
To start the engine, press the Engine
Start/Stop button directly with the smart
key. If you have a problem with the smart
key, contact an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
If the smart key is in close proximity to
your mobile phone, the signal could be
blocked by your mobile phone's normal
operational signals. This is specifically
relevant when the phone is active such as
making and receiving calls, text
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Replacing the battery
WARNING
Battery type: CR2450
This product contains a button battery.
To replace the battery:
If swallowed, a lithium button battery can
1. Insert a slim tool into the slot (1) and
cause severe or fatal injuries within 2
gently open the rear cover.
hours. Keep batteries out of reach of
children.
If you think batteries may have been
swallowed or placed inside any part of the
body, seek immediate medical attention.
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2C_RemoveSmartKeyCover
2. Remove the old battery and insert a
new battery. Make sure the battery
position is correct.
WL_TakingCareOfBatteryWarning_7
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) and
regulations.
2C_ReplaceSmartKeyBattery
3. Reinstall the rear cover of the smart
key.
If you suspect your smart key might have
sustained some damage or you feel your
smart key is not working correctly,
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Convenience Features
Immobilizer system
WARNING
The immobilizer system helps protect
To prevent theft of your vehicle, do not
your vehicle from theft. If an improperly
leave spare keys anywhere in your
coded key (or other device) is used, the
vehicle. Your immobilizer password is a
engine's fuel system is disabled.
customer unique password and should be
When the Engine Start/Stop button is in
kept confidential.
the ON position, the immobilizer system
indicator should come on briefly, then go
off. If the indicator starts to blink, the
system does not recognize the coding of
NOTICE
the key.
Avoid exposing the key to moisture, static
Press the Engine Start/Stop button to the
electricity, and rough handling. The
OFF position, then to the ON position
Immobilizer system may malfunction.
again.
The system may not recognize your key's
coding if another immobilizer key or other
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metal object (e.g. key chain) is near the
key. The engine may not start because the
This device complies with Part 15 of the
metal may interrupt the transponder
FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
signal from transmitting normally.
following three conditions:
If the system repeatedly does not
1. This device may not cause harmful
recognize the coding of the key, contact
interference, and
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
2. This device must accept any
Do not attempt to modify this system or
interference received, including
add other devices to it. Electrical
interference that may cause undesired
problems may occur making your vehicle
operation.
inoperable.
3. Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the device.
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Registering your digital key
Hyundai Digital Key
(smartphone)
if equipped
Hyundai digital key provides convenience
to the driver, which the driver can use to
lock or unlock the driver and passenger
doors or the trunk and turn on the vehicle.
Digital key (smartphone)
Information
• Hyundai digital keys are only available
2C_AVNRegisterSmartPhone
on smartphone that support digital key
functions, and digital key functions of
smartphones are provide by
smartphone manufacturers.
• Available smartphone brands and
models can be found on smartphone
manufactures' website or HYUNDAI
website.
• Certain functions may not operate
depending on whether the service is
provided in the vehicle.
2C_WirelessChargingPad
• Depending on the availability of service
[A] Vehicle authentication pad (wireless charging
pad)
on the vehicle, some functions may not
operated.
1. Turn on the vehicle with a smart key
and have your smart key with you in the
vehicle.
Setting your smartphone
2. Put the gear in P (Park), from the
To use the digital key (smartphone),
infotainment system Settings menu,
download the Bluelink App and sign up
select Setup > Vehicle > Digital keys >
Hyundai account and service.
Smartphone key > My Smartphone
Key.
For more information about Bluelink,
refer to the infotainment system guide.
3. After selecting Digital Key > Set Up
Digital Key from the Bluelink App in the
smartphone, register the digital key
according to the guidance in the
smartphone screen.
• Ultra Wide Band unsupported
smartphone
- Place your smartphone on the
vehicle authentication pad
(wireless charging pad) with the
screen facing up.
- The NFC Antenna position on
Samsung device can be found in
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Convenience Features
the following path: Settings >
the vehicle authentication pad
Connections > NFC and
(wireless charging pad).
contactless payments.
4. Press Save button in the infotainment
- The NFC Antenna position on
system to start registration.
Google Pixel phone can be found in
When the digital key (smartphone) is
the following path: Settings >
saved, a message appears on the
Connected devices > Connection
infotainment system.
preference > NFC.
- Ensure that the NFC Antenna
Information
position on the smartphone is in
If you want to register a different digital
contact with the vehicle
key (smartphone), refer to "Deleting
authentication pad (wireless
your digital key (smartphone)" and
charging pad).
delete the digital key (smartphone)
- The NFC Antenna position on Apple
before re-registering. An active Digital
iPhone is located at the top of the
Key can be shared through the Bluelink
rear (A) and Apple WATCH is
App with a different smartphone.
located at the center of the screen
During the digital key saving process,
(B).
the process may cancel when:
- The smartphone is removed from the
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
charging pad)
- The infotainment system is changed
- The engine is turned off
- The gear is shifted
The registering process does not start if
a smart key is not in the vehicle.
2C_SmartPhoneSample
Some smartphones may not start the
registering process depending on the
- The location of the NFC Antenna on
internal structure. Move the
the smartphone may vary by phone
smartphone to the left or right on the
model, so please contact the
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
smartphone manufacturer for
charger pad) and try registering the
details.
smartphone.
- NFC communication may not work
Ultra Wide Band (UWB) is a radio
for some smartphones depending
technology that can use a very low
on the internal structure of the
energy level for short-range,
smartphone. Move the
high-bandwidth communications over
smartphone to the left or right of
a large portion of the radio spectrum.
the vehicel authentication pad
(wireless charging pad) to operate.
• Ultra Wide Band supported
smartphone
- The digital key can be registered if
the smartphone is inside the
vehicle even without placing it on
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Using the digital key (smartphone)
Locking/Unlocking the doors
• Ultra Wide Band unsupported
Digital key touch control
smartphone
The driver can lock or unlock the door by
Samsung & Google Pixel smartphones
placing the smartphone on the outside
door handle, and the vehicle can be
started by placing the smartphone on the
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
charging pad).
Information
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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[A] Door handle authentication pad
[B] NFC Antenna
Apple iPhone
Digital key close proximity control
If you have the smartphone in
possession, the doors can be locked or
unlocked without touching the
smartphone to the door handle, but by
touching the door lock/unlock sensor
(engraved part) on the door handle.
Also, the vehicle can be started by
pressing the Engine Start/ Stop button
without placing the smartphone on the
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
2C_OutsideDoorHandleTouchByIPhone
charging pad).
[A] Door handle authentication pad
[B] NFC Antenna
When the smartphone and vehicle is
- If the driver places the digital key
connected by Bluetooth, the Remote
(smartphone) NFC antenna to the
Start, Door Lock/Unlock, and Panic
driver's or passenger's door handle
functions are available using the App
authentication pad (A) for more than
provided by the smartphone
2 seconds, the door locks or unlocks.
manufacturer.
- If the Two Press Unlock feature is set,
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only the driver's door unlocks when
the digital key (smartphone) is placed
The function is only available for Ultra
on the driver's door handle
Wide Band supported smartphone
authentication pad (A). Place the
digital keys. To use the function, the
digital key (smartphone) on the
smartphone's Bluetooth must be
driver's door handle authentication
activated.
pad once more within 4 seconds to
The necessary distance between the
unlock all doors.
smartphone and vehicle for Bluetooth
connection may vary depending on the
surroundings of the vehicle and
smartphone.
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Convenience Features
• Ultra Wide Band supported
Starting the vehicle
smartphone
• Ultra Wide Band unsupported
- If you touch the door lock/unlock
smartphone
sensor (engraved part) on the door
- After placing your registered digital
handle with the smart phone in
key (smartphone) on the vehicle
possession, the door locks or
authentication pad (wireless
unlocks.
charging pad), depress the brake
- If you approach the front door handle
pedal and press the Engine
with the smartphone in possession
Start/Stop button.
when On driver approach is set, the
- After starting the vehicle, the digital
door unlocks automatically.
key (smartphone) may be removed
After unlocking the doors, the doors are
from the vehicle authentication pad
automatically re-locked after 30 seconds
(wireless charging pad).
unless a door is opened.
- NFC communication may not work
If the smartphone digital key does not
for some smartphones depending on
operate, try again after moving the
the internal structure of the
smartphone away from the door handle
smartphone. Move the smartphone
authentication pad (more than 4 in. (0.1
to the left or right of the vehicel
m)).
authentication pad (wireless
charging pad) to operate.
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• Ultra Wide Band supported
• You cannot lock your vehicle using the
smartphone
digital key (smartphone) if any of the
- With the smartphone inside the
following occurs:
vehicle, depress the brake pedal and
- The smart key is in the vehicle.
press the Engine Start/Stop button.
- The Engine Start/Stop button is in the
- To start the vehicle remotely, use the
ACC or ON position.
App provided by the smartphone
manufacturer to lock the vehicle with
- Any of the doors, hood, or trunk are
the door lock button, and press the
open.
remote start button within 4 seconds.
• The door may not unlock automatically
The vehicle starts and the hazard
if you stay near the vehicle for several
warning lights blink.
minutes with the Ultra Wide Band
supported smartphone in possession.
- Press the remote start button again
to turn off the vehicle.
• If the smartphone is kept in the back
pocket or bag, it may cause poor
For more details on the basic way to start
Bluetooth connection, or the door
the vehicle, refer to the "Engine
lock/unlock or vehicle start-up
Start/Stop Button" section in chapter 6.
operation my be delayed.
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Operating the trunk
Information
If a shared digital key (smartphone) is
used for the first time, the activating time
may take longer.
• Place the shared digital key
(smartphone) on the door handle
authentication pad until the vehicle
door lock/unlock activates.
• If a shared digital key (smartphone) is
first used on the vehicle authentication
pad (wireless charger pad), the initial
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start of the vehicle may fail.
• Ultra Wide Band supported
smartphone
• If the door lock/unlock is activated
once with the shared digital key
- If the vehicle is locked, press the
(smartphone) or the vehicle is started
trunk open button with the
with the digital key (smartphone) on the
smartphone in possession to open
vehicle authentication pad, the digital
the trunk.
key (smartphone) is registered in the
- If you are in the detecting area
vehicle.
behind the trunk for more than 3
seconds with the smartphone in
possession when Smart Trunk is set,
the trunk opens automatically.
WARNING
The vehicle can be started when the
WARNING
registered smartphone is placed on the
The vehicle can be started when the
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
registered smartphone is placed on the
charging pad). Therefore, do not leave
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
unsupervised children or people who are
charging pad). Therefore, do not leave
not aware of the system since it can result
unsupervised children or people who are
in serious injury or death. In addition,
not aware of the system since it can result
always have the registered smartphone
in serious injury or death. In addition,
with you to prevent vehicle theft when
always have the registered smartphone
leaving the vehicle.
with you to prevent vehicle theft when
leaving the vehicle.
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Convenience Features
Deleting your digital key
Information
(smartphone)
The Ultra Wide Band supported
Turn on the vehicle with a smart key. Have
smartphone digital key can be used
your smart key with you in the vehicle.
only when the smartphone and vehicle
are connected with Bluetooth.
Deleting all registered digital key
- The necessary distance between the
(smartphone)
smartphone and vehicle for
Bluetooth connection may vary
depending on the surroundings.
- Window tinting substances may
cause poor Bluetooth connection.
- If the smartphone is kept in the back
pocket or bag, it may cause poor
Bluetooth connection, or the door
lock/unlock or vehicle start-up
operation may be delayed.
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The Ultra Wide Band supported
To delete all the registered digital key
smartphone digital key can be used
(smartphone), from the Settings menu
only for a certain amount of time to
select Setup > Vehicle > Digital Keys >
optimize the performance of the
Smartphone key > Delete all in the
smartphone and vehicle battery. If you
infotainment system.
stay near the vehicle for several
minutes with the Ultra Wide Band
• The "Delete all" button is disabled if
supported smartphone, the Auto
there is no registered digital key
Unlock feature may not operate.
(smartphone).
Check the smartphone's setting menu
or the App provided by the smartphone
manufacturer for the connection of the
vehicle and smartphone.
The Ultra Wide Band supported
smartphone digital key can also use the
NFC function.
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Deleting my registered digital key
Digital key (Card key)
(smartphone)
How to register Digital key (Card
Key)
To use the card key as a digital key, follow
the following procedure.
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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.
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• 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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• If the registered digital key
(smartphone) is deleted, the digital key
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saved in the smartphone is also
[A] Vehicle authentication pad (Wireless charging
pad)
deleted.
1. Have both of your smart keys with you
• If the digital key is deleted from the
in the vehicle.
smartphone, the digital key
(smartphone) registered in the vehicle
2. Select Setup > Vehicle > Digital Keys >
is also deleted.
NFC Card Key from the Setup menu,
and check whether "Use" is selected in
• The shared digital key registered in the
the infotainment system.
vehicle cannot be deleted individually.
3. Place your card key on the vehicle
• Even though the Blue Link® App is
authentication pad (wireless charging
deleted from the smartphone, the
pad) while the engine is on.
digital key saved in the smartphone is
not deleted.
4. Register your card key by selecting
Setup > Vehicle > Digital Keys > NFC
• Management of the digital key saved in
Card Key > Save from the Settings
the smartphone is available from the
menu in the infotainment system.
Digital Key App provided by the
smartphone manufacturer.
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Convenience Features
After unlocking the doors, the doors are
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automatically re-locked after 30 seconds
• Only one digital key (card key) can be
unless a door is opened.
registered to the vehicle. If it must be
replaced, delete the existing card key
Information
before registering the new card key.
You cannot lock your vehicle using the
• To register a digital key (card key), both
digital key (card key) if any of the
of your smart keys must be in the
following occurs:
vehicle.
• The smart key is in the vehicle.
• Once a digital key (card key) is
• The Engine Start/Stop button is in the
registered, it cannot be registered in
ACC or ON position.
another vehicle. It is possible to
• Any of the doors, hood, or trunk are
re-register it to the original vehicle.
open.
Using the digital key (card key)
Starting the vehicle
The driver can lock or unlock the door by
After placing your registered digital key
placing the card key on the outside door
(card key) on the vehicle authentication
handle, and the vehicle can be started by
pad (wireless charging pad), depress the
placing the card key on the vehicle
brake pedal and press the Engine
authentication pad (wireless charging
Start/Stop button.
pad).
For more information on the basic way to
start the vehicle, refer to the "Engine
Start/Stop Button" section in chapter 6.
WARNING
The vehicle can be started when the
registered card key is placed on the
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
charging pad). Therefore, do not leave
unsupervised children or people who are
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not aware of the system since it can result
in serious injury or death. In addition,
[A] Door handle authentication pad
[B] Card key NFC Antenna
always have the registered card key with
you to prevent vehicle theft when leaving
Locking/Unlocking the doors
the vehicle.
If the driver places the digital key (card
key) to the driver's or passenger's door
handle authentication pad (A) for more
than 2 seconds, the door locks or unlocks.
If the Two Press Unlock feature is set,
only the driver's door unlocks when the
digital key (card key) is placed on the
driver's door handle authentication pad.
Hold the digital key (card key) near the
driver's door handle authentication pad
once more within 4 seconds to unlock all
doors.
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Deleting your digital key (card key)
NOTICE
The digital key (card key) may not work
under the following conditions:
- The digital key (card key) is not
placed on the door handle
authentication pad or vehicle
authentication pad (wireless
charging pad) correctly.
- The digital key (card key) is near
NFC-enabled cards such as credit
cards or smartphones.
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If the digital key (card key) does not
1. Turn on the engine with a smart key.
work, try again after moving the
Have your smart key with you in the
digital key (card key) away from the
vehicle.
door handle authentication pad
2. From the infotainment system settings
(more than 4 in. (0.1 m)).
menu, select Setup > Vehicle > Digital
The digital key (card key) can be
Keys > Card Key > Delete.
damaged by impacts. If the digital key
• The "Delete" button is disabled if
(card key) is damaged, replace the
there is no digital key (card key)
digital key (card key) with a new one
registered.
and register it again.
Long-time exposure to high
Personalized profile and vehicle
temperature may cause the digital key
settings
(card key) to malfunction. Be careful
not to expose the digital key (card key)
You can set the registered digital key
to direct sunlight or high temperature.
(smartphone) profiles for Driver 1 and
Driver 2. When you use the digital key
Leaving the digital key (card key) on the
(smartphone), the vehicle can be set to
in-vehicle authentication pad (wireless
the user-defined personalized profile
charging pad) while driving may cause
(includes items such as vehicle settings
the digital key (card key) to
and audio preferences).
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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Convenience Features
Linking/Unlinking profile
Vehicle personalization operation
• The personalization function linked
How to link user profile
with digital key works when the profile
1. Select Setup > User Profile > Profile
linked smartphone is placed on the
Settings > Link Digital Key
outside door handle authentication pad
(Smartphone) from the Settings menu
to lock or unlock the doors.
in the infotainment system.
• The profile set by the digital key can be
2. Select "Link" to connect the registered
changed manually from the
smartphone's digital key and the user's
infotainment system.
profile.
• The personalization function using the
3. Follow the instructions according to the
digital key can be operated after linking
message on the infotainment system.
the digital key in the infotainment
system profile menu.
How to unlink user profile
• The personalization function works only
Select Setup > User Profile > Profile
when the vehicle is OFF or when the
Settings, and then deselect "Link Digital
vehicle is started remotely. If the
Key (Smartphone)" from Settings menu
vehicle is not started remotely, the
in the infotainment system.
personalization function does not work
with the digital key.
• Unlinking is possible only when user
profile is linked.
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User profile operation according to door
lock/unlock system is as follows:
• User profile cannot be linked to both
Driver 1 and Driver 2 that are connected
Personalization
to single smartphone. Personalization
Item
Operation
operates with the recently linked user
profile, and the previously linked user
Initial value
Guest
profile will be automatically canceled.
• User profile link works only when the
Profile linked
digital key is registered to the vehicle.
smartphone
Linked profile
key
• Digital key (card key) cannot be linked
with a user profile.
Profile
• If the user profile linked digital key in
unlinked
the smartphone is deleted, the digital
smartphone
key
Recently activated
key should be re-registered and
profile
personalized by linking the user profile
NFC card key
again.
Smart key
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Used vehicle/Digital key
Limitations of the system
maintenance
HYUNDAI Digital Key may not operate if
any of the following occurs:
Purchasing used vehicle
- Smartphone battery or the vehicle
battery is discharged.
If any of the digital key devices
(smartphone key, card key) are registered
- NFC or Bluetooth is turned off on the
in the vehicle, the "Digital key registered"
smartphone settings.
message appears once on the
- A credit card is near your
infotainment system or instrument
smartphone, or a metal or thick
cluster when the Engine Start/Stop
smartphone case is used.
button is in the ON position after
- The card key is in a wallet or card
unlocking the doors. When purchasing a
holder, or overlapped with other
used vehicle, make sure to check the
cards.
message and delete the smartphone key
and card key registered by the previous
- There is electronic interference by
user and inform the purchase of a used
other vehicles, objects, etc.
vehicle through Hyundai Customer Care
- If you use a smartphone cover that
Center.
uses wireless communication or is
If the card key comes with the vehicle,
made of metal, remove the
check whether it operates properly.
smartphone cover.
The vehicle may not be controlled by
the smartphone if any of the following
Digital Key maintenance
occurs:
If you need to have your Digital Key
- Other smartphone functions (calls,
System repaired or replaced, the
urgent calls, audio or NFC payment),
registered smartphone key or card key
apps, or wireless earphones are
can be deleted.
operating.
- The Bluelink App function such as
basic setting or app launching is
limited by the prior policy according
to the manufacturer.
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Convenience Features
Door Locks
Information
Only the driver's door can be
locked/unlocked using the mechanical
Operating door locks from
key.
outside the vehicle
Using the mechanical key
NOTICE
• When removing the key cylinder cover,
avoid scratching or breaking the plastic
material.
• If the key cylinder cover freezes and
cannot be removed easily, lightly tap on
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
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door and door handle.
Using the smart key
For more information, refer to the "Smart
key" section in this chapter.
Information
• In cold and wet climates, door lock and
door mechanisms may not work
properly due to freezing conditions.
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• If the door is locked/unlocked multiple
[A] Lock
times in rapid succession with either
[B] Unlock
the vehicle key or door lock switch, the
Lock or unlock the door with the
system may stop operating temporarily
mechanical key. Use the mechanical key
in order to protect the circuit and
according to the following direction.
prevent damage to system
1. Press the lever located under the cover
components.
with the mechanical key. (1)
2. While pushing the lever so that the
mechanical key does not fall out of the
cover hole, slowly push it towards the
rear of the vehicle and remove the
cover. (2)
3. After removing the cover, only the
driver's door can be locked or unlocked
by using the mechanical key. (3)
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In case of an emergency
Operating door unlocks from
inside the vehicle
With the door inside handle
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In case of emergency such as when the
battery is discharged, the only way to lock
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the door(s) is with the mechanical key
from the outside key hole.
Front door
Doors without an outside key hole can be
If the inner door handle is pulled when the
locked as follows:
door is locked, the door is unlocked and
1. Open the door.
opened.
2. Insert a small blade tool (e.g.
screwdriver or similar) into the
Rear door
emergency door lock hole and turn it
If the inner door handle is pulled once
counterclockwise for left side door, or
when the door is locked, the door is
turn it clockwise for right side door.
unlocked. If the inner door handle is
3. Close the door securely.
pulled once more, the door is opened.
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If the electrical power door lock switch
does not operate (e.g. discharged vehicle
battery) and the trunk is closed, you
cannot open the trunk until power is
restored.
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Convenience Features
With the central door lock/unlock
• Do not pull the inner door handle of the
switch
driver's or passenger's door while the
Driver's door
vehicle is moving.
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.
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Front passenger's door
WARNING
Always park your vehicle properly.
Depress the brake pedal, change the gear
to P (Park), apply the parking brake, press
the Engine Start/Stop button to the OFF
position, close all windows, lock all doors,
and always take the keys with you.
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WARNING
When pressing the portion (1) on the
switch, all vehicle doors are locked.
Be careful when opening doors and
watch for vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles,
• If any door is opened, the doors are not
or pedestrians approaching the vehicle to
locked even though the lock switch (1)
prevent serious injury or death.
of the door is pressed.
When pressing the portion (2) on the
switch, all vehicle doors are unlocked.
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NOTICE
To exit the vehicle if the power door lock
does not function:
If the smart key is in the vehicle and the
front door is opened, the central door lock
• Operate the door unlock feature
button (1) cannot lock the doors.
repeatedly (both electronic and
manual) while simultaneously pulling
on the door handle.
• Operate the other door locks and
WARNING
handles.
• Always close and lock the doors while
• Lower the driver's front window and
the vehicle is moving. If the doors are
use the mechanical key to unlock the
unlocked, the risk of being thrown from
door from outside.
the vehicle in a collision increases.
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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.
Auto lock enable on shift
When this feature is set in the
infotainment system, all the doors will be
locked automatically when the vehicle is
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shifted out of P (Park) while the engine is
The child safety lock is provided to help
running.
prevent children seated in the rear from
accidentally opening the rear doors.
Auto unlock on shift to P
The rear door safety locks must be used
whenever children are in the vehicle.
When this feature is set in the
infotainment system, all the doors will be
The child safety lock is located on the
unlocked automatically when the vehicle
edge of each rear door. When the child
is shifted back to P (Park) while the engine
safety lock is in the lock position, the rear
is running.
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)
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. Make sure to
use the rear door safety locks whenever
children are in the vehicle.
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Convenience Features
Theft-alarm System
Information
This system helps to 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
smart key.
smart key, open the doors using the
• The trunk is opened without using the
mechanical key and start the engine by
smart key.
pressing the Engine Start/Stop button
with the smart key.
• The hood is opened.
If the system is disarmed by unlocking
The alarm continues for 30 seconds, then
the vehicle, and a door or the trunk is
the system resets. To turn off the alarm,
not opened within 30 seconds, the
unlock the doors with the smart key.
doors are relocked and the system is
The Theft Alarm System automatically
rearmed automatically.
sets 30 seconds after you lock the doors
and the trunk. For the system to activate,
you must lock the doors and the trunk
from outside the vehicle by doing one of
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the following:
• Using the 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
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chime sounds once to indicate the system
Vehicles equipped with a theft alarm
is armed.
system will have a label attached to the
Once the security system is set, opening
vehicle with the following words:
any door, trunk, or hood without using the
(1) WARNING
smart key causes the alarm to activate.
(2) SECURITY SYSTEM
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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Type A
Rear Occupant Alert
(ROA)
Rear Occupant Alert is provided to help
prevent the driver from leaving with any
rear passenger left in the vehicle.
System setting
To use Rear Occupant Alert, it can be
enabled from the Settings menu in the
infotainment system. Select:
Type B
Setup > Vehicle > Convenience > Rear
Occupant Alert
System operation
When you turn off the engine and open
the driver's door after opening and
closing the rear door, the "Check rear
seats" warning message appears on the
instrument cluster.
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To turn the warning message off, press
WARNING
the OK button.
Always check the rear seats before you
leave the vehicle.
The Rear Occupant Alert system does not
actually detect the presence of objects or
occupants in the rear seat but just informs
you to check the rear seat by using the
record of the rear door opening and
closing.
Information
The record of the rear door opening and
closing resets only when the driver turns
the vehicle off and locks the vehicle door.
Even if the rear door has not been
reopened, an alert may occur if the door
record is not reset. For example, if the
driver opens the door and exits the
vehicle again without locking the door
after the Rear Occupant Alert operates,
the alert may occur again.
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Convenience Features
Integrated Memory
Storing memory positions
1. Shift to P (Park) while the Engine
System
Start/Stop button is in the ON position.
if equipped
2. Adjust the driver's seat position and
side view mirror position to the driver's
field of view.
3. Press the SET button. The system beeps
once and notifies you "Press button to
save settings" will appear on the
infotainment.
4. Press one of the memory buttons (1 or
2) within 4 seconds. The system beeps
twice when successfully stored and
notifies you "Driver 1 (or 2) settings
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saved" will appear on the infotainment.
The IMS, or Integrated Memory System,
for the driver's seat is provided to store
and recall the following memory settings
Recalling memory positions
with a simple button operation.
1. Shift to P (Park) while the Engine
• Driver's seat position
Start/Stop button is in the ON position.
• Side view mirror position
2. Press the desired memory button (1 or
2). The system beeps once and then the
WARNING
driver's seat position and side view
mirror position are automatically
Never attempt to operate the Integrated
adjusted to the stored positions.
Memory System while the vehicle is
moving.
3. "Driver 1 (or 2) settings applied"
appears on the infotainment.
This could result in loss of control, and an
accident causing death, serious injury, or
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property damage.
• To recall the settings of memory button
2 while the settings of memory button 1
is being recalled, press the SET button
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or memory button 1 to stop the
adjustment, and then press memory
• If the battery is disconnected, the
button 2.
memory settings are erased.
• If you adjust the seat and side view
• If the Integrated Memory System does
mirror while the IMS is adjusting the
not operate normally, have your vehicle
seat, side view mirror, the system stops
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
the adjustments.
dealer.
• The Integrated memory system
requires a large amount of electrical
power. Therefore, avoid using the
device during the ignition is turned off
to prevent battery discharging.
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Resetting integrated memory
Seat easy access operation
system
if equipped
1. Stop the vehicle and open the driver's
Seat easy access moves the driver's seat
door with the Engine Start/Stop button
and steering wheel automatically as
in the ON position and the vehicle
follows:
shifted to P (Park).
Exiting the vehicle (driver seat):
2. Adjust the driver's seat and seatback to
The driver's seat moves rearward when
the foremost position.
the Engine Start/Stop button is in the
3. Press the SET button and push forward
OFF position with the gear in P (Park)
the driver's seat switch simultaneously
and the driver's door open.
(about two seconds).
Seat Easy Access operation may be
4. Release the SET button and the driver's
limited when the driver's seat position
seat switch when a beep sounds.
setting is already close to the maximum
rearward travel position.
Entering the vehicle (driver seat):
While resetting integrated
The driver's seat moves back to its
memory system
original position when the driver's door
A notification sound is heard and the seat
is closed.
is adjusted to the most rearward position.
Exiting/entering the vehicle
Then the seat and seatback move to the
(passenger seat):
default center position.
The passenger seat back to its original
The resetting procedure and the
position when the Engine Start/Stop
notification sound may stop if:
button is in the OFF position with the
• The memory button is pressed.
gear in P (Park) and the driver's door
• The seat control switch is operated.
open or close.
• The gear is shifted out of P (Park).
Passenger seat: Moves
rearward/forward depending on the
• The driving speed exceeds 2 mph (3
distance selected from the Settings
km/h).
menu in the infotainment system.
• The driver's door is closed.
You can set the Seat Easy Access
NOTICE
feature from the Settings menu in the
infotainment system. Select:
• If the seat movement or notification
- Driver seat
sound stops before the process is
complete, restart the resetting
Setup > Vehicle > Seats > Seating
procedure.
Easy Access > Driver Seat Easy
Access > Normal/Extended/Off
• Before resetting the IMS, make sure
there are no objects on or around the
driver's seat.
• After resetting the IMS, the driver's seat
must be adjusted and stored again to
recall the memory position.
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Steering Wheel
Information
The infotainment system may change
after software updates. For more
Motor Driven Power Steering
information, refer to the user's manual
(MDPS)
provided in the infotainment system and
the quick reference guide.
The system assists you with steering the
vehicle. If the vehicle is turned off or if the
power steering system becomes
inoperative, you can still steer the vehicle,
WARNING
but it requires increased steering effort.
To prevent injury or property damage, be
If you notice any change in the effort
aware if there are objects or passengers in
required to steer during normal vehicle
the driver's side rear seat or seat floor. To
operation, contact an authorized
stop movement of the front seat, press
HYUNDAI dealer.
any of the driver's seat control switches.
NOTICE
If the Motor Driven Power Steering
warning light and the message "Check
motor driven power steering"
illuminates on the instrument, you can
continue to steer the vehicle, but it
requires increased steering effort.
Contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer
and have the system inspected as soon as
possible.
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During normal vehicle operation:
• The steering effort may be high
immediately after pressing the Engine
Start/Stop button the ON position.
This happens as the system performs
the MDPS system diagnostics. When
the diagnostics are completed, the
steering wheel effort returns to its
normal condition.
• When the battery voltage is low, you
may have to use more effort to steer.
This is a temporary condition and
returns to normal condition after
charging the battery.
• A click noise may be heard from the
MDPS relay after the Engine Start/Stop
button is in the ON or OFF position.
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• Motor noise may be heard when the
Manual adjustment
vehicle is at a stop or driving at low
speeds.
• When you operate the steering wheel in
low temperatures, abnormal noise may
occur. When the temperature rises, the
noise disappears.
• When an error is detected from MDPS,
the steering effort assist function is not
activated. Instrument cluster warning
lights may illuminate or the steering
effort may be high. If these symptoms
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occur, drive the vehicle to a safe
To adjust:
location as soon as possible. Have your
1. Pull down the lock-release lever (1).
vehicle be inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer as soon as possible.
2. Adjust the steering wheel to the desired
angle (2) and distance forward/back
(3).
Tilt/Telescopic steering
3. Pull up the lock-release lever up to lock
the steering wheel in place.
Adjust the steering wheel toward your
chest, not toward your face. Make sure
you can see the instrument cluster
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warning lights and gauges. After
Sometimes the lock release lever may not
adjusting, push the steering wheel up and
engage completely. Pull down on the
down to be in the locked position.
lock-release lever, readjust the steering
wheel again, and then pull back up on the
WARNING
lock-release lever to lock the steering
wheel in place.
Never adjust the steering wheel while
driving. This may cause loss of vehicle
control resulting in a collision.
NOTICE
While adjusting the steering wheel
height, please do not push or pull it hard
since the fixture can be damaged.
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Convenience Features
Horn
Mirrors
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
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Make sure your line of sight is not
To sound the horn, press the area
obstructed. Do not place objects in the
indicated by the horn symbol on your
rear seat, cargo area, or behind the rear
steering wheel (see illustration). The horn
head restraints that may interfere with
operates only when this area is pressed.
your vision through the rear window.
NOTICE
Do not strike the horn severely to or hit it
WARNING
with your fist. Do not press on the horn
with a sharp-pointed object.
To prevent serious injury during a collision
or deployment of the airbag, do not
modify the rearview mirror and do not
install a wide mirror.
NOTICE
Do not clean the steering wheel surface
with the following products:
WARNING
• Organic solvents such as thinner,
alcohol and gasoline
Never adjust the mirror while driving. This
may cause loss of vehicle control and
• Chemical products such as leather
result in a collision.
cleaner, coating agent, and wax
Haptic warning/Steering
NOTICE
wheel vibration warning
When cleaning the mirror, use a paper
If haptic steering wheel is available, the
towel or similar material dampened with
Driver Assistance system vibrates the
glass cleaner. Do not spray glass cleaner
steering wheel to warn the driver when
directly on the mirror as this may cause
the system indicates hazardous
the liquid cleaner to enter the mirror
situations.
housing.
Setting haptic warning
While the engine is on, select:
Setup > Vehicle > Driver Assistance >
Warning Methods > Haptic Warningin
the infotainment system.
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Day/night rearview mirror
Electrochromic mirror (ECM) with
if equipped
HomeLink® system
if equipped
Your vehicle may be equipped with a
Gentex Automatic-Dimming Mirror with
an Integrated HomeLink® Wireless
Control System.
During nighttime driving, this feature will
automatically detect and reduce rearview
mirror glare. The HomeLink® Universal
Transceiver allows you to activate your
garage door(s), electric gate, home
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lighting, etc.
[A] Day
[B] Night
Before driving at night, pull the day/night
lever toward you to reduce glare from the
headlights of the vehicles behind you.
Remember that you lose some rearview
clarity in the night position.
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The control is partially hidden behind the
mirror.
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(1) HomeLink Channel 1
(2) HomeLink Channel 2
Electrochromic mirror
(3) HomeLink Channel 3
if equipped
(4) Garage Door Opener Status Indicator:
Closing or Closed
(5) HomeLink Operation Indicator
(6) Garage Door Opener Status Indicator:
Opening or Opened
(7) HomeLink User Interface Indicator
2C_InsideRearViewMirrorECM
[A] Sensor
When the engine is running, the glare
from vehicle headlights behind you is
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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Automatic-Dimming Night Vision Safety™
WARNING
(NVS®) Mirror
if equipped
Before programming HomeLink® to a
garage door opener or gate operator,
The NVS® Mirror automatically reduces
make sure people and objects are out of
glare by monitoring light levels in the
the way of the device to prevent potential
front and the rear of the vehicle. Any
harm or damage. Do not use the
object that obstructs either light sensor
HomeLink® with any garage door opener
will degrade the automatic dimming
that lacks the safety stop and reverse
control feature.
features required by U.S. federal safety
For more information regarding NVS®
standards (this includes any garage door
mirrors and other applications, please
opener model manufactured before April
refer to the Gentex website:
1, 1982). A garage door that cannot detect
an object-signaling the door to stop and
Your mirror will automatically dim upon
reverse-does not meet current U.S.
detecting glare from the vehicles
federal safety standards. Using a garage
traveling behind you.
door opener without these features
increases the risk of serious injury or
The mirror defaults to the ON position
death.
each time the vehicle is started.
For more information, contact
Integrated HomeLink® Wireless Control
HomeLink® at www.homelink.com, or call
System
Home-Link customer support at
1-800-355-3515.
The HomeLink® Wireless Control System
provides a convenient way to replace up
It is also recommended that a new battery
to three handheld radio-frequency
be replaced in the handheld transmitter
transmitters used to activate compatible
of the device being trained to HomeLink®
devices such as gate operators, garage
for quicker training and accurate
door openers, entry door locks, security
transmission of the radio frequency.
systems, and home lighting.
NOTICE
HomeLink® operates while the Start/Stop
button is in the ACC or ON position for
safety reasons. It is to prevent
unintentional security problems from
happening when the vehicle is parked
outside the garage.
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1. Programming HomeLink®
3. Press the Start/Stop button to the ACC
(Accessory) position for programming
The following steps show how to program
of HomeLink.
HomeLink. If you have any questions or
are having difficulty programming your
2) Programming a New HomeLink®
HomeLink buttons, refer to the HomeLink
website or call the HomeLink customer
support toll-free number. Do this, before
going back to the dealer who sold you the
vehicle.
• Visit the HomeLink website at:
www.homelink.com. Then at the top of
the page, choose your vehicle make.
Then watch the You Tube video, and/or
access additional website information.
• If you choose to access the website via
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your cell phone, scan the QR code.
1. Press and release the HomeLink button
(1), (2) or (3), you would like to program.
The HomeLink indicator light (7) will
flash orange slowly (if not, perform the
steps of "Erasing HomeLink Buttons"
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section, and start over).
• Or, call HomeLink customer support at
1-800-355-3515 (Please have the
vehicle maker/model AND the opener
device maker/model readily available.)
1) Programming Preparation
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2. Position the garage door opener
remote 1-3 inches (2-8 cm) away from
the HomeLink buttons.
3. While the HomeLink indicator light (7) is
flashing orange, press and hold the
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handheld remote button. Continue
1. When programming a garage door
pressing the handheld remote button
opener, it is advised to park the vehicle
until the HomeLink indicator light (7)
outside of the garage.
light changes from orange to green.
2. It is recommended that a new battery
You may now release the handheld
be placed in the handheld transmitter
remote button.
of the device being programmed to
4. Wait until your garage door comes to a
HomeLink for quicker training and
complete stop, regardless of position,
accurate transmission of the
before proceeding to the next steps.
radio-frequency signal.
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5. Press and release the HomeLink button
8. Return to the vehicle and firmly press,
you are programming and observe the
hold for two seconds and release, the
indicator light.
HomeLink button up to three times in a
row slowly. Do not press the HomeLink
• If the indicator light remains solid
button rapidly. As soon as you see the
green, your device should operate
garage door start to move, stop
when the HomeLink button is
pressing any buttons until a few
pressed. At this point, if your device
seconds after the garage door has
operates, programming is complete.
come to a complete stop, regardless of
• If the indicator light rapidly flashes
position. At this point, programming is
green, firmly press, hold for two
complete and your device should
seconds and release the HomeLink
operate when the HomeLink button is
button up to three times in a row
pressed and released.
slowly to complete the programming
process. Do not press the HomeLink
3) Two-Way Communication
button rapidly. At this point if your
Programming (For select garage door
device operates, programming is
openers)
complete. If the device does not
If your garage door opener has the 'myQ'
operate, continue with step 6.
logo on its side, your opener likely has
6.At the garage door opener motor,
Two-Way Communication capability.
(security gate motor, etc.) locate the
HomeLink has the capability to establish
'Learn', 'Smart', 'Set' or 'Program'
Two-Way Communication with your
button. This can usually be found where
garage door opener. HomeLink can
the hanging antenna wire is attached to
receive and display "closing" or "opening"
the motor-head unit (see the device's
status messages from compatible garage
manual to identify this button). The
door openers. At any time, Home-Link
name and color of the button may vary
can also recall and display the last
by manufacturer.
recorded status communicated by the
garage door opener to indicate your
garage door being "closed" or "opened".
To check if your garage door opener is
compatible with this feature, refer to
ay-Communication. If your garage door
opener has this functionality, AND the
Two-Way Communication indicators (4),
(6) in the mirror appear while the garage
door is opening/closing, then no further
steps are needed. Two-Way
Communication Programming is already
complete. However, if your garage door
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opener has this functionality, AND the
[A] Learn button
Two-Way Communication indicators (4),
• A ladder and/or second person may
(6) in the mirror DO NOT appear while the
simplify the following steps.
garage door is opening/closing, use the
7. Firmly press and release the 'Learn',
following instructions to enable this
'Smart', 'Set' or 'Program' button. You
functionality.
now have up to 30 seconds in which to
complete the next step.
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1. In your vehicle, press and hold the
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programmed HomeLink button for 2
seconds, then release. Confirm that the
If your garage door opener has Two-Way
garage door is moving. AFTER it stops,
Communication functionality, it is
you will have one minute to complete
possible for HomeLink to stop functioning
the following steps:
the garage door shortly after initial
• A ladder and/or second person may
programming, IF the Two-Way
simplify the following steps.
Communication Programming wasn't
properly completed. This usually happens
2. On your garage door opener in your
after the first 10 times a programmed
garage, locate the 'Learn' button
HomeLink button is pressed. If you
(usually near where the hanging
experience this, completing the
antenna wire is attached to the garage
"Programming a New HomeLink Button"
door opener). If there is difficulty
and "Two-Way Communication
locating this button, reference the
Programming" will restore door
device's owner's manual.
operation.
3. Press and release the 'Learn' button.
4. A light on your garage door opener may
flash, and your Two-Way
4) Canadian Programming
Communication indicators (4), (6) in
Canadian radio-frequency laws require
your vehicle may flash, confirming
transmitter remote signals to "time-out"
completion of the process.
(or quit) after a couple seconds of
5. Return to the vehicle and firmly press
transmission, which may not be long
and release the programmed
enough for HomeLink to pick up the
HomeLink button to activate your
signal during programming.
garage door. The Two-Way
If you live in Canada or you are having
Communication indicators (4), (6) flash
difficulties programming a gate operator
in orange when the door is moving. Do
or garage door opener by using the
not make any additional button presses
programming procedures, replace
until AFTER the garage door has come
"Programming a New HomeLink Button"
to a complete stop.
step 3 with the following:
6.Your Two-Way Communication
While the HomeLink indicator light (7) is
programming is now complete.
flashing orange, press and release
("cycle") your device's handheld remote
every two seconds until the HomeLink
indicator light (7) changes from orange to
green. You may now release the handheld
remote button. Then proceed with
"Programming a New HomeLink Button"
step 4.
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2. Operating HomeLink®
1) Operating HomeLink®
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2. The indicator (4) and (6) operates as
below, if your garage door opener has
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Two-Way Communication
1. Press and release the desired
functionality.
programmed HomeLink button (1, 2 or
3).
• If the indicator (4) flashes in Orange,
it indicates that the garage door is
"Closing".
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• The indicator (4) turns solid green
The HomeLink indicator (7) should light
once the garage door has closed.
green, solid or flashing, and your
programmed device should operate.
• If the indicator (6) flashes in Orange,
it indicates that the garage door is
If your device does not operate, the
"Opening".
HomeLink programming was not
successful, and you'll need to reprogram
• The indicator (6) turns solid green
the button.
once the garage door has fully
opened.
• If the indicator (4) or (6) does not turn
2) Two-Way Communication Display
to green, it indicates that the last
Behavior
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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1. Press and release one of the
programmed HomeLink buttons (1, 2 or
3).
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3) Recalling Garage Door Status
2) The following instructions will erase
ALL HomeLink® programming from ALL
HomeLink mirror with Two-Way
buttons:
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) appears solid Green,
it indicates that the last activated
device was "closed" properly.
• If the indicator (6) appears solid Green,
it indicates that the last activated
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device was "open" properly.
1. Press and hold the buttons (1) and (3)
simultaneously
3. Erasing HomeLink® Buttons
2. The HomeLink indicator light (7) will
1) Erasing and Reprogramming a Single
illuminate solid Orange for about 10
HomeLink® Button:
seconds
1. Press and hold the desired HomeLink
3. Release the buttons once the
button you want to re-program. DO
HomeLink indicator light (7) changes to
NOT release the button.
Green and flashes rapidly
2. The HomeLink indicator light (7) will
4. Now all three HomeLink buttons (1), (2)
illuminate solid green. Release the
and (3) are cleared of any programming
button as soon as the HomeLink
indicator light (7) begins to flash
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orange, usually about 20 seconds.
HomeLink® and the HomeLink® House
3. Proceed with the steps in the
logo are registered trademarks of Gentex
"Programming a New HomeLink
Corporation.
Button" section.
The myQ logo is a registered trademark of
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The Chamberlain Group, Inc.
If you do not complete the
re-programming of a new device to the
button, it will revert to the previously
stored programming.
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Convenience Features
FCC (USA) and ISED (Canada)
doivent respecter les instructions
d'utilisation specifiques pour satisfaire
This device complies with FCC rules part
aux exigences de conformite aux
15 and Innovation, Science, and
expositions de RF. L'emetteur doit se
Economic Development Canada RSS-210.
trouver a 20 cm au minimum de
Operation is subject to the following two
l'utilisateur et ne doit pas etre situe au
conditions: (1) This device may not cause
meme endroit que tout autre emetteur ou
harmful interference, and (2) This device
antenne ni fonctionner avec un autre
must accept any interference that may be
emetteur ou antenne.
received including interference that may
cause undesired operation. WARNING:
Mejico
The transmitter has been tested and
La operacion de este equipo esta sujeta a
complies with FCC and ISED rules.
las siguientes dos condiciones: (1) es
Changes or modifications not expressly
posible que este equipo o dispositivo
approved by the party responsible for
pueda no causar interferencia danina, y
compliance could void the user's
(2) este dispositivo o dispositivos deben
authority to operate the device.
aceptar cualquier interferencia, que
This equipment complies with FCC and
incluye la interferencia que puede causar
ISED radiation exposure limits set forth
su operacion no deseada.
for an uncontrolled environment. End
Users must follow the specific operating
instructions for satisfying RF exposure
compliance. This transmitter must be at
least 20cm from the user and must not be
co-located or operating in conjunction
with any other antenna or transmitter.
FCC (Htats-Unis) et ISED (Canada)
Cet appareil est conforme aux reglements
de la FCC, section 15, et au CNR-210
d'Innovation, Sciences et
Dhveloppement economique Canada. Le
fonctionnement est assujetti aux deux
conditions suivantes: (1) cet appareil ne
doit pas causer d'interferences nuisibles
et (2) cet appareil doit accepter toute
interference recue, y compris celle qui
pourrait entrainer un dysfonctionnement.
MISE EN GARDE: L'emetteur a subi des
tests et est conforme aux reglements de
la FCC et d'ISDE. Les changements ou
modifications non approuves
explicitement par la partie responsable de
la conformite pourraient rendre caduque
l'autorisation de l'utilisateur de se servir
du dispositif.
Cet appareil est conforme aux limites
d'exposition aux radiations de la FCC et
d'ISDE etablies pour un environnement
non controle. Les utilisateurs finaux
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HomeLink 5 Programing Flow Chart
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Convenience Features
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.
2C_SideViewMirror
Your vehicle is equipped with both
• Do not clean the mirror with harsh
left-hand and right-hand side view
abrasives, fuel, or other petroleum
mirrors. The mirrors can be adjusted with
based cleaning products.
the mirror adjustment control switch.
Adjust the side view mirrors to your
desired position before driving. The side
Adjusting the side view mirrors
view mirrors can be folded to help
prevent damage when going through an
automatic car wash or when passing
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 rearview mirror or turn your
head and look to determine the actual
2C_AdjustSideViewMirror
distance of other vehicles prior to
Adjusting the side view mirrors
changing lanes.
1. Press the switch (1) to the L (left side) or
R (right side) to select the side view
mirror you want to adjust.
WARNING
2. Use the mirror adjustment control
switch (2) to position the selected
Do not adjust or fold the side view mirrors
mirror up, down, left, or right.
while driving. This may cause loss of
3. After adjustment, press the switch (1) to
vehicle control resulting in a collision.
the middle to prevent unintended
adjustment.
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Reverse parking aid
NOTICE
if equipped
• 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 adjust the side view mirrors by
force to prevent damage to the motor.
Folding the side view mirrors
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When the gear is shifted to the R
(Reverse) position, the side view mirrors
rotate downwards to aid with driving in
reverse.
The state of the side view mirror switch (1)
determines whether or not the mirrors
move.
How it works
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• Left/Right: When the switch is pressed
to L or R, both side view mirrors move.
To fold the side view mirror, grasp the
housing of the mirror and then fold it
• Neutral: When both L or R is not
toward the rear of the vehicle.
pressed, the side view mirrors does not
move.
The side view mirrors automatically revert
to their original positions if any of the
following occur:
• The Engine Start/Stop button is pressed
to either the OFF position or the ACC
position.
• The gear is shifted to any position
except R (Reverse).
• The side view mirror adjustment button
is not selected.
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Reverse parking aid user settings
mode
You may change the angle of the side
view mirror if it is difficult to see the rear
view with the basic downward mirror
angle provided when reversing.
When the vehicle is first delivered, the set
downward angle of the left and right side
view mirror are different to ensure driver
visibility.
1. Make sure the vehicle is stopped.
2. Depress the brake pedal and shift the
gear to R (Reverse). When L or R switch
is pressed, both side view mirrors move
downward to the basic set position.
3. Press the L or R switch to select the side
view mirror you want to adjust. Then
press " ,
,
, " switch to adjust the
side view mirror to the desired angle.
4. After adjusting the angle to save the
adjusted side view mirror angle, shift
the gear to another position other than
R (Reverse), or change the L and R
switch to the neutral position (L and R
switch is not pressed).
5. Set the other side view mirror following
the above procedure 1 to 4.
Resetting reverse parking aid user settings
mode
To change the side view mirror angle back
to the basic angle, shift the gear to R
(Reverse), and adjust the mirror angle
higher than when the gear is in P (Park), N
(Neutral) and D (Drive).
NOTICE
When changing the angle of both side
view mirrors, it is recommended to
change the angle one side at a time
following the procedure 1 to 4.
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Windows
Front / Rear
1C_WindowOpenClose
(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
Window opening and closing
The Engine Start/Stop button must be in
the ON position to be able to raise or
lower the windows. Each door has a
power window switch to control the
door's window. The driver has a Power
Window Lock button that can block the
operation of rear passenger windows. The
power windows operate for about 3
minutes after the Engine Start/Stop
button is in the ACC or OFF position. If the
front doors are opened, the battery power
2C_WindowAutoReverse
is turned OFF and the Power Windows do
To open:
not operate.
Press the window switch down to the first
detent position (5). Release the switch
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when you want the window to stop.
In cold and wet climates, power
To close:
windows may not work properly due to
freezing conditions.
Pull the window switch up to the first
detent position (5). Release the window
While driving with the rear windows
switch when you want the window to
down or with the sunroof (if equipped)
stop.
opened (or partially opened), your
vehicle may demonstrate a wind
buffeting or pulsation noise. This noise
Auto up/down window
is normal and can be reduced or
if equipped
eliminated by taking the following
Pressing the power window switch
actions. If the noise occurs with one or
momentarily to the second detent
both of the rear windows down,
position (6) completely lowers or lifts the
partially lower both front windows
window even when the switch is released.
about 1 inch (2.5 cm). If you experience
To stop the window at the desired
the noise with the sunroof open,
position while the window is operating,
slightly close the sunroof.
pull up or press down and release the
switch.
WARNING
• Do not leave the vehicle running and
the key in your vehicle with
unsupervised children. Unattended
children could operate the window,
which could result in serious injury.
• Do not extend your head, arms or any
other body parts or objects outside the
window while driving to avoid serious
injury.
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Resetting the power windows
If the power window switch is pulled up
continuously again within 5 seconds after
If the power windows do not operate
the window is lowered by the automatic
normally, the automatic power window
window reverse feature, the automatic
system must be reset as follows:
window reverse does not operate.
1. Press the Engine Start/Stop button to
the ON position.
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2. Close the window and continue pulling
The automatic reverse feature is active
up on the power window switch for at
only when the "Auto Up" feature is used
least one second.
by fully pulling up the switch to the
If the power windows do not operate
second detent.
properly after resetting, contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
NOTICE
WARNING
Make sure body parts or other objects are
Do not install any accessories on the
out of the way before closing the
windows. The automatic reverse feature
windows. The automatic reverse feature
may not operate.
does not operate while resetting the
power window system.
WARNING
Automatic reversal
Make sure body parts or other objects are
if equipped
safely out of the way before closing the
windows to avoid injuries or vehicle
damage.
Objects less than 0.16 inches (4 mm) in
diameter caught between the window
glass and the upper window channel may
not be detected by the automatic reverse
window and the window does not stop
and reverse direction.
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If a window senses any obstacle while it is
closing automatically, it stops and lowers
about 12 inches (30 cm) to allow the
object to be cleared.
If the window detects any resistance
while the power window switch is pulled
up continuously, the window stops
upward movement and then lowers about
1 inch (2.5 cm).
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Power window lock button
window stops and cannot be opened or
closed.
Remote window opening feature
if equipped
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The driver can disable the power window
switches on the rear passenger doors by
pressing the power window lock button.
When the power window lock button is
pressed:
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Press and hold the Door Unlock (1) button
• The driver's master control can operate
on the smart key for more than 3 seconds
all the power windows.
and the windows move down after the
• The front passenger's control cannot
doors are unlocked. Window movement
operate the front passenger's power
stops when you release the door unlock
window.
button.
• The rear passenger's control cannot
operate the rear passengers' power
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window.
• The remote window opening feature
operates only with the Safety Power
WARNING
Windows equipped.
Do not allow children to play with the
• The remote window opening feature
power windows. Keep the driver's door
may abruptly stop when you move
power window lock button in the LOCK
away from your vehicle during
position. Serious injury or death may
operation. Stay in close proximity from
result from unintentional window
your vehicle, while monitoring the
operation by a child.
window movement.
• The doors unlock when the windows
are opened using the remote window
NOTICE
open feature.
• To prevent possible damage to the
power window system, do not open or
close two windows or more at the same
NOTICE
time. This also ensures the longevity of
Do not leave the windows down when
the fuse.
leaving the vehicle to prevent theft or
• Never try to operate the main switch on
damage from water entering the vehicle.
the driver's door and the individual door
window switch in opposite directions at
the same time. If this is done, the
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Panoramic Sunroof
Power 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 power sunshade to block direct
sunlight coming through the sunroof
glass.
• Push the sunroof switch rearward to the
first detent position, the power
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sunshade automatically slides open.
The sunroof can only be operated when
• Push the sunroof switch forward to the
the Engine Start/Stop button is in the ON
first detent position, the power
or START position.
sunshade automatically closes. If the
The sunroof can be operated for about 3
sunroof glass is open, the glass closes
minutes after the Engine Start/Stop
and then the sunshade closes.
button is in the ACC or OFF position. If the
To stop the power sunshade at any point,
front door is open, the sunroof cannot be
push the sunroof switch in any direction.
operated even within the 3 minute period.
NOTICE
WARNING
Do not pull or push the power sunshade
To prevent serious injury or death:
by hand to prevent damage.
• Adjust the sunroof or sunshade when
your vehicle is stopped.
• Do not leave the engine running and
the key in your vehicle with
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unsupervised children. Unattended
Wrinkles formed on the power sunshade
children could operate the sunroof.
are normal due to material characteristic.
• Do not sit on the top of the vehicle.
NOTICE
Do not operate the sunroof if it contacts
any roof rack or cargo.
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Tilt open/close
Slide open/close
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2C_WideSunroofSlideOpen
• Push the sunroof switch up and sunroof
• Push the sunroof switch rearward to the
glass tilts open. If the power sunshade
first detent position. The sunroof glass
is closed, the sunshade opens first and
opens. If the power sunshade is closed,
then the sunroof tilts.
the power sunshade opens first and
then the sunroof glass opens.
• Push the sunroof switch up or forward
when the sunroof glass is tilt opened.
• Push the sunroof switch forward to the
The sunroof glass automatically closes.
first detent position. The sunroof glass
closes. If the sunroof glass is closed, the
To stop the sunroof movement at any
power sunshade closes.
point, push the sunroof switch in any
direction.
• Push the sunroof switch forward or
rearward to the second detent position.
The power sunshade and sunroof glass
operate automatically (auto slide
feature). To stop the sunroof
movement at any point, push the
sunroof switch in any direction.
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Automatic reversal
NOTICE
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
sunroof system to malfunction.
Continuous operations such as slide
open/close, tilt open/close, etc. may
cause the motor or sunroof system to
malfunction.
2C_WideSunroofAutoReverse
Regularly remove any accumulated
If the power sunshade or sunroof glass
dust on the sunroof rail.
senses any obstruction while closing, it
Using the sunroof for a long time may
reverses direction then stops.
make noise caused by dust
The automatic reverse function may not
accumulated between the sunroof and
work if a thin or soft object is caught
vehicle body. Open the sunroof and
between the power sunshade or sliding
remove dust regularly using a clean
sunroof glass and sunroof sash.
cloth.
Do not try to open the sunroof when the
WARNING
temperature is below freezing or when
the sunroof is covered with snow or ice.
• Make sure that heads, hands, arms or
Otherwise, the motor may be damaged.
any other body parts or objects are out
In a cold and wet weather, the sunroof
of the way before operating the
may not work properly.
sunroof. Body parts or objects may get
caught causing injuries or vehicle
Do not open or drive with the sunroof
damage.
glass open immediately after rain or
washing the vehicle. Water may wet the
• Never deliberately use your body parts
interior of the vehicle.
to test the automatic reverse feature.
Do not extend any luggage outside the
sunroof while driving.
WARNING
Do not extend your head, arms, body
parts, or objects outside the sunroof while
driving. Injuries may occur if the vehicle
suddenly stops.
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Resetting the sunroof
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If the sunroof is not reset after the vehicle
battery is disconnected or discharged, or
the sunroof fuse is blown, the sunroof
may not operate normally.
Sunroof open warning
2C_WideSunroofInitialize
In some circumstances resetting the
sunroof operation may need to be
performed. Some instances where
resetting the sunroof may be required
include:
• When the 12 V battery is either
disconnected or discharged
2C_SonroofOpenWarning
• When the sunroof fuse is replaced
If the driver turns off the engine when the
• If the sunroof one-touch AUTO
sunroof is not fully closed, the warning
OPEN/CLOSE operation is not
chime sounds for several seconds and the
functioning properly
sunroof open warning appears on the
To reset the sunroof:
cluster display.
1. Start the vehicle in P (Park).
Close the sunroof securely when leaving
your vehicle.
2. Make sure the power sunshade and
sunroof glass are in the fully closed
NOTICE
position.
3. Release the switch when the power
Do not leave sunroof open when leaving
sunshade and sunroof glass is fully
the vehicle to prevent theft or damage
closed.
from water entering the vehicle.
4. Push the switch forward until the power
sunshade and sunroof glass moves
slightly. Then release the switch.
5. Push and hold the sunroof switch
forward again until the power sunshade
and sunroof glass slide open and close.
Do not release the switch until the
operation is completed. If you release
the switch, start again from step 2.
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Hood
Closing the hood
1. Before closing the hood, check in and
around the engine compartment to
Opening the hood
ensure the following:
• Any tools or other loose objects have
been removed.
• All gloves, rags, or other combustible
material have been removed.
• All filler caps are tightly and correctly
installed.
2. Lower the hood until it is about 12
inches (30 cm) above the closed
position and then let it drop.
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3. Check the hood has locked properly. If
1. Park the vehicle and apply the parking
the hood is raised slightly, open it again
brake.
and drop it from a little higher. Check
again.
2. Pull the hood release lever to unlatch
the hood. The hood pops open slightly.
WARNING
• Before closing the hood, ensure all
obstructions are removed from around
the hood opening.
• Always double check to make sure that
the hood is firmly latched before driving
away. Check there is no hood open
warning light or message displayed on
the instrument cluster. Driving with the
hood open may cause a total loss of
visibility, resulting in a collision.
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3. Go to the front of the vehicle, raise the
• Do not move the vehicle with the hood
hood slightly, push up the secondary
raised. It may block your vision and may
hood release lever (1) inside of the hood
result in a collision.
center and lift the hood (2).
After the hood has been lifted halfway,
it will raise completely by itself.
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Trunk
Closing the trunk
Lower the trunk lid and press down until it
locks. Always check it is secure by pulling
Opening the trunk
on the handle.
WARNING
Opening from outside
Always keep the trunk completely closed
while the vehicle is moving. If it is left
open or ajar, poisonous exhaust gases
containing carbon monoxide (CO) may
enter the vehicle and serious injury or
death may result.
WARNING
Never allow anyone to occupy the cargo
2C_OutsideTrunkOpenButton
area of the vehicle at any time. If the trunk
Make sure the vehicle is in P (Park) and
is partially or totally latched and the
apply the parking brake.
person cannot get out, serious injury or
To open do one of the following:
death may occur due to lack of
ventilation, exhaust fumes, and rapid heat
• Unlock all doors with the Door Unlock
build-up, or due to exposure to cold
button on your smart key. Press the
weather conditions. The cargo area is also
trunk open button and open the trunk.
a very dangerous location in the event of
• With the smart key in your possession,
a collision because it is part of the
press the trunk open button and open
vehicle's crush zone.
the trunk.
Opening from inside
2C_CrushPadTrunkOpenButton
When the trunk is closed, press the trunk
open button to open it.
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Emergency trunk safety
Smart Trunk
release
2C_SmartTrunkOverview
2C_EmergencyTrunkOpen
On a vehicle equipped with a smart key,
Your vehicle is equipped with the
the trunk can be opened with hands-free
emergency trunk safety release lever
activation using the smart trunk system.
located on the bottom of the trunk.
When someone is inadvertently locked in
the trunk, the trunk can be opened by
Using smart trunk
moving the lever in the direction of the
The hands-free smart trunk system can
arrow and pushing the trunk open.
be used when:
• The smart trunk option is enabled in the
WARNING
Settings menu in the infotainment
• Never allow anyone to occupy the
system.
cargo area of the vehicle at any time.
• The smart trunk is activated 15 seconds
The cargo area is a very dangerous
after all the doors are closed and
location in the event of a collision
locked.
because it is part of the vehicle's crush
• The smart trunk opens when the smart
zone.
key is detected in the area behind the
• Use the release lever for emergencies
vehicle for 3 seconds.
only.
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The smart trunk does not operate when:
• A door is not locked or closed.
• The Smart key is detected within 15
seconds from when the doors were
closed and locked.
• The Smart key is detected within 15
seconds after the doors are closed and
locked, and within 60 inches (1.5 m)
from the front door handles. (for
vehicles equipped with Welcome
Mirror).
• The Smart key is in the vehicle.
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1. Settings
Deactivating smart trunk
To use smart trunk, it must be enabled
from the Settings menu in the
infotainment system. Select:
Setup > Vehicle > Door > Smart
Trunk
2. Detect and Alert
The smart trunk detecting area extends
about 20-40 inches (50-100 cm) behind
the vehicle. If you are positioned in the
detecting area and are carrying the
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Smart key, the hazard warning lights
If you press any button on the Smart key
blink and the chime sounds before
during the Detect and Alert stage, the
opening.
smart trunk is deactivated.
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If you unintentionally enter the
detecting area and the hazard warning
• If you press the door unlock button (2),
lights and chime starts, move away
the smart trunk function will be
from the vehicle with the Smart key.
deactivated temporarily. But, if you do
The trunk remains closed.
not open any door for 30 seconds, the
smart trunk function will be activated
again.
3. Automatic opening
• If you press the trunk open button (3)
After the hazard warning lights blink
for more than 1 second, the trunk
and the chime sounds 6 times, the
opens.
smart trunk opens.
• The smart trunk function will still be
activated if you press the door lock
button (1) or trunk open button (3) on
the smart key as long as the smart trunk
is not already in the Detect and Alert
stage.
• In case you have deactivated the smart
trunk function by pressing the smart
key button and opened a door, the
smart trunk function can be activated
again by closing and locking all doors.
CAUTION
Make sure to be aware of how to
deactivate the smart trunk function for
emergency situations.
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Detecting area
Fuel Filler Door
Opening the fuel filler door
1. Turn the engine off.
2. Push the fuel filler door (1) near the 3
o'clock position.
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The smart trunk detecting area extends
about 20-40 inches (50-100 cm) behind
the vehicle. If you are positioned in the
detecting area and are carrying the
Smart key, the hazard warning lights
blinks and the chime sounds for about 3
seconds to alert you that the trunk
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opens.
3. Pull the fuel filler door (1) outward to
access the fuel tank cap.
The alert stops once the Smart key is
moved outside of the detecting area
4. To remove the fuel tank cap (2), turn it
within the 3 second period.
counterclockwise. You may hear a
hissing noise as the pressure inside the
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tank equalizes.
Smart trunk may not operate properly if
any of the following occur:
- 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 mobile phone.
- Another vehicle's Smart key is being
operated close to your vehicle.
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- The temperature drops below zero
5. Place the cap on the fuel filler door.
degree.
Smart trunk detecting area may change
when:
- The vehicle is parked on an incline or
slope.
- One side of the vehicle is raised or
lowered relative to the opposite side.
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Do not use mobile phones while
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refueling. Electric current and/or
The fuel filler door will unlock when all
electronic interference from cellular
doors are unlocked.
phones can potentially ignite fuel
vapors and cause a fire.
To unlock fuel filler door:
Do not get back into a vehicle once you
• Press the unlock button on your smart
have begun refueling. You can generate
key
a buildup of static electricity by
• Press the Central Door unlock button
touching, rubbing or sliding against any
on armrest trim of driver's door
item or fabric capable of producing
The fuel filler door will lock when all doors
static electricity. Static electricity
are locked. To lock fuel filler door:
discharge can ignite fuel vapors
causing a fire. If you must re-enter the
• Press the lock button on your smart key
vehicle, you should once again
• Press the Central Door lock button on
eliminate potentially dangerous static
armrest trim of driver's door
electricity discharge by touching a
• All doors will automatically lock after
metal part of the vehicle, away from the
the vehicle speed exceeds 15 km/h (10
fuel filler neck, nozzle or other fuel
mph).
source, with your bare hand.
Fuel filler door is also locked when
When using an approved portable fuel
vehicle speed exceeds 15 km/h (10
container, be sure to place the
mph).
container on the ground prior to
refueling. Static electricity discharge
from the container can ignite fuel
Closing the fuel filler door
vapors causing a fire.
1. To install the fuel tank cap, turn it
Once refueling has begun, contact
clockwise until it "clicks" one time.
between your bare hand and the
vehicle should be maintained until the
2. Close the fuel filler door until it is
filling is complete.
latched securely.
Use only approved portable plastic fuel
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containers designed to carry and store
fuel.
Automotive fuel is highly flammable and
When refueling, always shift the gear to
explosive. Failure to follow these
the P (Park) position, apply the parking
guidelines may result in SERIOUS INJURY
brake, and set the Engine Start/Stop
or DEATH:
button to the OFF position. Sparks
• Read and follow all warnings posted at
produced by electrical components
the gas station.
related to the engine can ignite fuel
• Before refueling, note the location of
vapors causing a fire.
the Emergency Fuel Shut-Off, if
Do not use matches or a lighter and do
available, at the gas station.
not smoke or leave a lit cigarette in your
• Before touching the fuel nozzle, you
vehicle while at a gas station, especially
should eliminate the potential build-up
during refueling.
of static electricity by touching a metal
Do not over-fill or top-off your vehicle
part of the vehicle, a safe distance away
tank, which can cause fuel spillage.
from the fuel filler neck, nozzle, or other
If a fire breaks out during refueling,
gas source, with your bare hand.
leave the vicinity of the vehicle, and
immediately contact the manager of
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the gas station and then contact the
Vehicle System OTA
local fire department. Follow any safety
instructions they provide.
Update
• If pressurized fuel sprays out, it can
The OTA (Over-the-Air) software update
cover your clothes or skin and thus
feature allows you to wirelessly update
subject you to the risk of fire and burns.
software to the latest version. Using this
Always remove the fuel cap carefully
feature, you can keep your vehicle system
and slowly. If the cap is venting fuel or if
up to date with the latest software.
you hear a hissing sound, wait until the
condition stops before completely
removing the cap.
Downloading software
• Always check that the fuel cap is
The latest software can be downloaded
installed securely to prevent fuel
automatically while driving. After the
spillage in the event of an accident.
latest software has been successfully
downloaded, you receives a notification
on your phone or the vehicle screen that
the software update is available.
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Make sure to refuel your vehicle
according to the "Fuel Requirements"
Approving software update
section.
NOTICE
• Do not spill fuel on the exterior
surfaces. It may damage the paint.
• If the fuel filler cap requires
replacement, use only a genuine
HYUNDAI cap or the equivalent
specified for your vehicle. An incorrect
fuel filler cap can result in a serious
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malfunction of the fuel system or
After the vehicle is turned off, the vehicle
emission control system.
system allows you to start the update.
• To start the update, press Update Now
(1).
• To postpone the update, press Later
(2).
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Preparing software update
Updating software
If you press the Update Now button on
the screen, the vehicle begins installing
the update automatically. The following
conditions must be satisfied:
• The vehicle must be off.
• The gear must be in P (Park).
• The Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)
must be applied.
• The exterior lights must be turned off.
• The hood must be closed.
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• The battery must be sufficient.
You can see the progress of the update on
• The systems to be updated must not be
the screen.
running.
After the update is complete, you
receives a notification on your phone or
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the vehicle screen that the software
The battery and system status are
update is complete.
automatically checked by the vehicle.
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The screen turns off automatically after 3
minutes to save the battery. If the screen
turns off automatically, you can check the
update progress by pressing the Engine
Start/Stop button.
2C_OTAUpdatePreparing
• To update immediately, press Update
Now.
• To cancel the update, press Cancel
Update.
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NOTICE
After the update starts, you can exit the
Observe the following restrictions
vehicle.
during the update.
The OTA software update feature is
- You cannot use the vehicle during the
only available for HYUNDAI Connected
update. Be sure to have enough time
Services users.
for the update, and safely park the
vehicle before starting the update
The update details may vary depending
process.
on the installed software version.
- You cannot use remote features,
Check the notice for the OTA software
including remote start.
update on the HYUNDAI brand web.
- Check the update notice for the
If the update fails, the update recovery
digital key. The digital key's door
will automatically proceed. If you want
lock/unlock function may not work
to retry the software update, even after
while the digital key is being updated.
a successful recovery, contact the
Use the smart key to lock or unlock
HYUNDAI Call Center.
the doors.
If the software update or recovery fails,
- The Rear Occupant Alert feature may
please contact the HYUNDAI Call
not work. Check if there are any
Center. If there is a safety issue, you
occupant in the rear seat. (Vehicles
may be notified by the HYUNDAI Call
with that function)
Center to provide services such as
emergency dispatch.
The update is automatically canceled if
any vehicle conditions required for the
After the update is complete, it may
update are changed before starting the
provide new functions or
update.
improvements. For more information,
see the "OTA Software Update" page on
Once the update has started, you
the HYUNDAI brand web or scan the QR
cannot cancel the update.
code on the screen.
You cannot use the OTA software
update feature if you modify or replace
any vehicle software.
Do not open the hood or replace the
battery in the vehicle during the
update. The update may fail.
If a diagnostic tool of any kind is
connected to the vehicle OBD
(On-board Diagnostic) terminal, the
vehicle cannot be updated. The vehicle
can be updated by removing the
diagnostic tool connected to the OBD
terminal and then restarting the
vehicle.
If the update is not complete
successfully, contact the HYUNDAI Call
Center.
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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:
2C_HeadLampAutoPosition
The parking light and headlight 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.
2C_LightSwitchOverview
Even with the AUTO headlight feature in
(1) OFF
operation, it is recommended to manually
(2) AUTO light
turn ON the headlights when driving at
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
• Do not cover or spill anything on the
sensor (1) located in front of the
instrument panel.
• Do not clean the sensor using a window
cleaner, the cleanser may leave a light
film which could interfere with sensor
operation.
• If your vehicle has window tint or other
types of metallic coating on the front
windshield, the AUTO headlight system
may not work properly.
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Parking light (
)
High Beam Operation
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2C_HighBeamOn_2
The parking light, license plate light, and
To turn on the high beam headlight, push
instrument panel lamp are turned ON.
the lever away from you. The lever returns
to its original position.
The high beam indicator illuminates when
Headlight ( )
the headlight high beams are switched
on.
To turn off the high beam headlight, pull
the lever towards you. The low beams
turn on.
WARNING
Do not use high beam when there are
other vehicles approaching you. Using
high beam could obstruct the other
2C_HeadLampOn
driver's vision.
The headlight, parking light, license plate
light and instrument panel lamp are
turned ON.
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The Engine Start/Stop button must be in
the ON position to turn on the headlight.
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To flash the high beam headlight, pull the
lever towards 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
Battery saver function
signals
To prevent the battery from being
discharging, the system automatically
turns off the parking light when the driver
turns the vehicle off and opens the
driver's door.
With this feature, the parking lights turn
off automatically if the driver parks on the
side of road at night.
To keep the lights on when the vehicle is
turned off:
• Turn the parking lights OFF and ON
2C_TurnSignalSwitch_2
again using the headlight switch.
To signal a turn, push down on the lever
for a left turn or up for a right turn in
position (A).
Headlight delay function
If an indicator stays on and does not flash
If the Engine Start/Stop button is in the
or if it flashes abnormally, one of the turn
ACC or OFF position with the headlights
signal bulbs may be burned out and may
ON, the headlights (and/or parking lights)
require replacement. Contact an
remain on for about 5 minutes.
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
If the driver's door is opened and closed,
the headlights are turned off after 15
One touch turn signal
seconds. Also, with the vehicle off if the
driver's door is opened and closed, the
To use One Touch Turn Signal, push the
headlights (and/or parking lights) are
turn signal lever up or down to position
turned off after 15 seconds.
(B) and then release it.
The headlights (and/or parking lights) can
The lane change signals blink 3, 5, or 7
be turned off by pressing the lock button
times.
on the smart key twice or turning the
You can enable the One Touch Turn
headlight switch to the OFF or AUTO
Signal function or choose the number of
position.
blinking by selecting Setup > Vehicle >
You can enable the headlight delay
Lights > One Touch Turn Signal > 7
function by selecting Setup > Vehicle >
flashes/5 flashes/3 flashes/Off in the
Lights > Headlight Delay in the
infotainment system.
infotainment system.
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Daytime Running Light (DRL)
Information
The Daytime Running Lights (DRL) can
• If the driver exits the vehicle through
make it easier for others to see the front
another door besides the driver's door,
of your vehicle during the day, especially
the battery saver function does not
after dawn and before sunset.
operate and the headlight delay
The DRL system is ON when the headlight
function does not turn OFF
switch is in the OFF or the AUTO headlight
automatically.
position and the Electronic Parking Brake
• To avoid battery discharge, turn OFF
is released.
the headlights manually from the
The DRL system turns OFF when:
headlight switch before exiting the
vehicle.
• The headlights are on.
• The infotainment system may change
• The parking brake is applied.
after software updates. For more
• The engine is off.
information, refer to the user's manual
provided in the infotainment system
and the quick reference guide.
Welcome system
if equipped
Interior button lights
The interior button lights turns on or off in
the following conditions:
• The interior button lights turn on for a
while when the door is unlocked and
opened after all doors were closed and
locked.
• The interior button lights always turns
on when the vehicle is turned on.
2C_WelcomeSystem
• The interior button lights turn on for a
Welcome system helps keep the driver
while when the vehicle is turned off. If
visible by turning on vehicle lights when
the door is opened and closed or
the driver approaches the vehicle.
locked, the interior button lights turn
off immediately.
You can enable the interior button lights
by selecting Setup > Vehicle > Lights >
Interior Lights Always On in the
infotainment system.
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Convenience Features
Door handle light
Headlight and parking light
When all the doors (and trunk) are closed
When the headlight switch is in the
and locked, the door handle light will turn
headlight, parking light or AUTO position
on for about 15 seconds if:
and all the doors (and trunk) are closed
and locked, the parking lights and
Setup > Vehicle > Lights > Welcome
headlights come on for about 15 seconds
Mirror/Light > On door unlock is
when the door unlock button is pressed
selected in the infotainment system,
on the the smart key.
- The door lock button is pressed on
If you press the door lock or unlock
the smart key.
button, the parking lights and headlights
- The button of the outside door
turn off immediately.
handle is pressed while carrying the
Select Setup > Vehicle > Lights >
smart key.
Headlight Delay from the infotainment
- You put your hand in the outside door
system to turn on this function.
handle while carrying the smart key.
• The smart key is detected, and both
Information
Lights > Welcome Mirror/Light > On
The infotainment system may change
door unlock and Lights > Welcome
after software updates. For more
Mirror/Light > On driver approach are
information, refer to the user's manual
selected.
provided in the infotainment system and
You can activate or deactivate the
the quick reference guide.
Welcome Light function from the Settings
in the infotainment system.
Interior light
When the interior light switch is in the
position and all doors (and trunk) are
closed and locked, the room lamps come
on for 30 seconds when:
• The door unlock button is pressed on
the smart key.
• The button of the outside door handle is
pressed while carrying the smart key.
• You put your hand in the outside door
handle while carrying the smart key.
If you press the door lock or unlock
button on the smart key, the lights turn
off immediately.
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High Beam Assist (HBA)
NOTICE
• Always keep the front view camera in
good condition to maintain optimal
performance of High Beam Assist.
• For more information on the limitations
of the front view camera, refer to the
"Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
(FCA) (Sensor Fusion)" section in
chapter 7.
2C_HBASwitch
High Beam Assist settings
Hight Beam Assist automatically switches
between high beam and low beam
depending on the detected brightness
from the lights of oncoming vehicles or
vehicles in front.
Detecting sensor
2C_HBASetInfo
With the Engine Start/Stop button in the
ON position, select Setup > Vehicle >
Lights > High Beam Assist from the
Settings menu to turn on High Beam
Assist and deselect to turn off the
function.
2C_FrontViewCamera
(1) Front view camera
WARNING
The front view camera is used as a
Only change the settings after parking
detecting sensor to detect ambient light
your vehicle at a safe location.
and brightness while driving.
Refer to the picture above for the detailed
location of the detecting sensor.
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Convenience Features
- The surrounding ambient light is
High Beam Assist operation
bright enough so high beams are not
After selecting High Beam Assist from
required.
the Settings menu to operate High
- Streetlights or other lights are
Beam Assist:
detected.
- Place the headlight switch in the
- The vehicle speed drops below the
AUTO position and push the
threshold.
headlight lever towards the
instrument cluster. The High Beam
Assist (
) indicator light illuminates.
Information
- When High Beam Assist is enabled,
The images and colors in the cluster may
high beams turn on when the vehicle
differ depending on the cluster type or
speed is above 20 mph (30 km/h) and
theme selected from the cluster.
the High Beam (
) indicator
illuminates. When the vehicle speed
is below 12 mph (20 km), high beams
High Beam Assist malfunction
turn off and the indicator light
and limitations
illuminates in white.
When High Beam Assist is operating:
High Beam Assist malfunction
- If the turn signal lever is pulled
toward you when the high beams are
off, the high beams turn on. When
you let go of the turn signal lever,
High Beam Assist operates again.
- If the turn signal lever is pulled
toward you when the high beams are
on by High Beam Assist, the low
beams turn on and High Beam Assist
turns off.
- If the turn signal lever is pushed away
2C_DriverAssistanceMalfunction
from you, the high beams turn on and
When High Beam Assist is not working
High Beam Assist turns off.
properly, the "Check Driver Assistance
- If the headlight switch is moved from
system" warning message may appear,
AUTO to another position
and the warning light may illuminate on
(headlight/position/off), the
the instrument cluster. Have the system
corresponding light turns on and
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
High Beam Assist turns off.
dealer.
When High Beam Assist is operating,
high beam switches to low beam if:
- The headlights of an oncoming
vehicle are detected.
- The tail lights of a front vehicle are
detected.
- The headlight or tail light of a
motorcycle or a bicycle is detected.
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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
front vehicle is damaged or out of the
(FCA) (Sensor Fusion)" section in chapter
detection range.
7.
The headlights from an oncoming or
front vehicle are covered with dust,
snow, or water.
WARNING
An oncoming or front vehicle's
headlights are off but the fog lights are
Always check road conditions, and if
on.
necessary, take appropriate actions to
There are lights that have a similar
drive safely. It is your responsibility to
shape as a vehicle's light ahead.
operate your vehicle in a safe manner.
The headlights are not repaired or
If High Beam Assist does not operate
replaced properly.
properly, use the turn signal lever to
switch between high beam and low
The headlights are not aimed properly.
beam.
You are driving on a narrow curved
High Beam Assist may not operate for
road, rough road, uphill, or downhill.
15 seconds right after your vehicle is
A front vehicle is partially visible at a
started or when the front view camera
crossroad or on a curved road.
is initialized.
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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Convenience Features
Interior Lights
Front lamps
WARNING
Do not use the interior lights when driving
in the dark. The interior lights may
obscure your view and result in a collision.
Do not use the interior lights for extended
periods when the vehicle is turned off.
Otherwise, the battery discharges.
2C_MapLampButton
• Press the lens to turn on or off the map
Interior lamp Auto off
lamp. This light produces a spot beam
for convenient use as a map lamp at
The interior lights automatically go off
night or as a personal lamp for the
about 20 minutes after the vehicle is
driver and the front passenger.
turned off and the doors are closed. If a
door is opened, the light go off 25 minutes
:The front and rear seat lamps turn
after the vehicle is turned off. If the doors
on when the button is pressed and off
are locked by the smart key and the
when pressed again.
vehicle enters the armed stage of the
• :The front or rear room lamps come
theft alarm system, the lights go off 5
on when the front or rear doors are
seconds later.
opened. When doors are unlocked by
the 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 when the door is
closed. However, if the Engine
Start/Stop button is in the ON position
or all doors are locked, the front and
rear lamps turn off. If a door is opened
with the Engine Start/Stop button in the
ACC or OFF position, the front and rear
lamps stay on for about 20 minutes.
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Rear lamps
Vanity mirror lamp
Room lamp (if equipped)
2C_SunvisorLamp
2C_RoomLamp
Push the switch to turn the lamp on or off.
:Press the button to turn on and off the
: The lamp turns on if this button is
rear room lamp.
pressed.
Personal lamp (if equipped)
: The lamp turns off if this button is
pressed.
Ambient light
if equipped
Press the button to turn ON the lamp.
2C_MoodLamp
[A] Driver seat door, passenger seat door
[B] Crash pad
To set the brightness and color of the
ambient light, select Setup > Vehicle >
Lights > Ambient Lighting in the
infotainment system.
• If the Link to Drive Mode is selected,
the ambient light color changes
according to the selected drive mode.
• If you do not want to use ambient
lighting, set Brightness to 0 in the
infotainment system.
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