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Emergency Situations
Store the spare tire in the same
vehicle and NEVER on the bumpers or
compartment by turning the winged hold
any other part of the vehicle for jacking
down bolt clockwise.
support.
To prevent the spare tire and tools from
• Do not start or run the engine while the
"rattling", store them in their proper
vehicle is on the jack.
locations.
• Do not allow anyone to remain in the
vehicle while it is on the jack.
• Keep children away from the road and
the vehicle.
Keep the following steps to change your
vehicle's tire:
1. Park on a level, firm surface.
2. Shift the gear to P (Park), apply the
parking brake, and press the Engine
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Start/Stop button to the OFF position.
If it is hard to loosen the tire hold down
wing bolt by hand, you can loosen it easily
3. Press the hazard warning flasher
using the jack handle.
button.
1. Put the jack handle (1) inside of the tire
4. Remove the wheel lug wrench, jack,
hold-down wing bolt.
jack handle, and spare tire from the
vehicle.
2. Turn the tire hold-down wing bolt
counterclockwise with the jack handle.
5. Block both the front and rear of the tire
diagonally opposite of the tire you are
changing.
Changing tires
WARNING
Because the vehicle may slip or roll off of
a jack causing serious injury or death, take
the following safety precautions:
• NEVER place any portion of your body
under the vehicle that is supported by a
jack.
• NEVER attempt to change a tire in the
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lane of traffic. ALWAYS move the
[A] Block
vehicle completely off the road on a
6. Loosen the wheel nuts
level, firm ground away from traffic
counterclockwise one turn each in the
before trying to change a tire. If you
order shown below, but do not remove
cannot find a level, firm place off the
any wheel nuts until the tire has been
road, call a towing service for
raised off of the ground.
assistance.
• ONLY use the jack provided with the
vehicle.
• ALWAYS place the jack on the
designated jacking positions on the
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9. Loosen the wheel nuts with the wheel
lug wrench and remove them with your
fingers. Remove the wheel from the
studs and lay it flat on the ground out of
the way. Remove any dirt or debris from
the studs, mounting surfaces, and
spare tire.
WARNING
Because the wheels may have sharp
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edges, handle them carefully to avoid
possible severe injury. Before putting
7. Place the jack at the designated jacking
the wheel into place, make sure that
position under the frame closest to the
there is nothing on the hub or wheel
tire you are changing. The jacking
(such as mud, tar, gravel, etc.) that
positions are plates welded to the
interferes with the wheel from fitting
frame with two notches. Never jack any
solidly against the hub.
other position or part of the vehicle to
prevent the vehicle slipping off of the
If there is, remove it. If there is not good
jack or damaging the vehicle.
contact on the mounting surface
between the wheel and hub, the wheel
nuts may come loose and cause the
loss of a wheel. Loss of a wheel may
result in loss of control of the vehicle.
This may cause serious injury or death.
10.Install the spare tire onto the studs of
the hub.
11.Tighten the wheel nuts with your
fingers onto the studs with the smaller
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end of the wheel nuts closest to the
8.Insert the jack handle into the jack and
wheel.
turn it clockwise, raising the vehicle
until the tire clears the ground. Make
12.Lower the vehicle to the ground by
sure the vehicle is stable on the jack.
turning the jack handle
counterclockwise.
13.Use the wheel lug nut wrench to
tighten the wheel nuts in the order
shown. Double-check each wheel nut
until they are tight. After changing tires,
have an authorized HYUNDAI dealer
tighten the lug nuts to their proper
torque as soon as possible.
Tighten wheel nuts to 79-94 lbf.ft (11-13
kgf.m).
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Emergency Situations
WARNING
Your vehicle has metric threads on the
studs and wheel nuts. During tire
changing, make sure that the wheel nuts
that were removed are reinstalled. If you
have to replace your wheel nuts, make
sure they have metric threads to avoid
damaging the studs and make sure the
wheel is properly secured to the hub.
Contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer
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for assistance.
Check the tire pressure after installing the
compact spare tire. The compact spare
tire should be inflated to 60 psi (420 kPa).
If any of the equipment such as the jack,
If you have a tire gauge, check the tire
wheel nuts, studs, or other equipment is
pressure (refer to the"Tires And Wheels"
damaged or in poor condition, do not
section in chapter 2 for tire pressure
attempt to change the tire and call for
instructions). If the spare tire pressure is
assistance.
lower or higher than the recommended,
drive slowly to the nearest service station
and adjust it to the recommended
Use of compact spare tires
pressure.
Compact spare tires are designed for
emergency use only. Drive carefully on
Always reinstall the valve cap after
the compact spare tire and always follow
checking or adjusting the tire pressure. If
the safety precautions.
the cap is not replaced, air may leak from
the tire. If you lose a valve cap, buy
WARNING
another and install it as soon as possible.
After changing tires, secure the flat tire
To prevent compact spare tire failure and
and return the jack and tools to their
loss of control, possibly resulting in a
proper storage locations.
collision:
• Use the compact spare tire only in an
NOTICE
emergency.
Check the tire pressure as soon as
• NEVER operate your vehicle over 50
possible after installing a spare tire.
mph (80 km/h).
Adjust it to the recommended pressure.
• Do not exceed the vehicle's maximum
load rating or the load carrying capacity
shown on the sidewall of the compact
spare tire.
• Do not use the compact spare tire
continuously. Repair or replace the
original tire as soon as possible to avoid
failure of the compact spare tire.
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When driving with the compact spare tire
CAUTION
mounted to your vehicle:
• Do not take this vehicle through an
To prevent damaging the compact spare
automatic car wash after the compact
tire and your vehicle:
spare tire has been installed.
• Drive slowly enough for the road
• Do not use the compact spare tire on
conditions to avoid all hazards, such as
any other vehicle because this tire has
a potholes or debris.
been designed especially for your
• Avoid driving over obstacles. The
vehicle.
compact spare tire diameter is smaller
• The compact spare tire's tread life is
than the diameter of a conventional tire
shorter than a regular tire. Inspect your
and reduces the ground clearance
compact spare tire regularly and
about 1 inch (25 mm).
replace worn compact spare tires with
• Do not use tire chains on the compact
the same size and design, mounted on
spare tire. Because of the smaller size, a
the same wheel.
tire chain will not fit properly.
• Do not use more than one compact
• Do not use the compact spare tire on
spare tire at a time.
any other wheels, nor should standard
• Do not tow a trailer while the compact
tires, snow tires, wheel covers or trim
spare tire is installed.
rings be used with the compact spare
wheel.
NOTICE
When the original tire and wheel are
Do not suddenly accelerate or
repaired and reinstalled on the vehicle,
decelerate (0-25 mph (0-40 km/h)) in
the wheel nut torque must be set
any driving mode. It may cause leakage
correctly. The correct wheel nut
of transfer oil.
tightening torque is 79-94 lbf.ft (11-13
kgf.m).
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Emergency Situations
Jack label
1C_JackLabel
(1) Model Name
(2) Maximum allowable load
(3) Always apply the parking brake before using a jack.
(4) Always turn off the engine before using a jack.
(5) Never put any portion of your body under the vehicle supported by a jack.
(6) Only use the designated jacking locations on the frame.
(7) When supporting the vehicle, have the base plate of the jack flat on the ground under
the lifting point.
(8) Shift into R (Reverse) gear with manual transmission or shift the gear to the P (Park)
position on vehicles with automatic transmission, dual clutch transmission, and
intelligent variable transmission.
(9) Do not jack the vehicle on an incline. Only jack the vehicle on a firm level ground.
(10)Jack manufacturer
(11) Production date
(12)Representative company and address
The actual Jack label in the vehicle may differ from the illustration.
For more detailed specifications, refer to the label attached to the jack.
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8
If You Have A Flat Tire
Introduction
With the Tire Mobility Kit you stay mobile
(with Tire Mobility Kit)
even after experiencing a tire puncture.
if equipped
The compressor and sealing compound
system effectively and comfortably seals
most punctures in a passenger car tire
caused by nails or similar objects and
reinflates the tire.
After you are ensure that the tire is
properly sealed you can drive cautiously
on the tire (distance up to 120 mi. (200
km)) at a maximum speed of 50 mph (80
km/h) in order to reach a service station
or tire dealer for tire replacement.
2C_TMKOverview
It is possible that some tires, especially
(1) Sealant bottle
with larger punctures or damage to the
(2) Compressor
sidewall, cannot be sealed completely.
For safe operation, carefully read and
Air pressure loss in the tire may adversely
follow the instructions in this manual
affect tire performance.
before use.
For this reason, you should avoid abrupt
The Tire Mobility Kit is a temporary fix to
steering or other driving maneuvers,
the tire, have the tire replaced by an
especially if the vehicle is heavily loaded
authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon as
or if a trailer is in use.
possible.
The Tire Mobility Kit is not designed or
intended as a permanent tire repair
CAUTION
method and is to be used for one tire only.
When two or more tires are flat, do not
This instruction shows you step by step
use the Tire Mobility Kit because the
how to temporarily seal the puncture
sealant provided with the Tire Mobility Kit
simply and reliably.
must be used for only one flat tire.
Read the section "Notes on the safe use of
the Tire Mobility Kit".
WARNING
• Do not use the Tire Mobility Kit to repair
punctures in the tire walls. This can
result in an accident due to tire failure.
• Have your tire repaired as soon as
possible. The tire may lose air pressure
at any time after inflating with the Tire
Mobility Kit.
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Emergency Situations
In case of skin contact with the sealant,
Notes on the safe use of the
wash the area thoroughly with plenty of
Tire Mobility Kit
water. If the irritation persists, seek
Park your vehicle at the side of the road
medical attention.
so that you can work with the Tire
In case of eye contact with the sealant,
Mobility Kit away from moving traffic.
flush your eyes for at least 15 minutes. If
To be sure your vehicle does not move,
the irritation persists, seek medical
even when you are on level ground,
attention.
always apply your parking brake.
In case of swallowing the sealant, rinse
Only use the Tire Mobility Kit for
the mouth and drink plenty of water.
sealing/inflation passenger car tires.
However, never give anything to an
Only punctured areas located within
unconscious person and seek medical
the tread region of the tire can be
attention immediately.
sealed using the tire mobility kit.
Long time exposure to the sealant may
Do not use on motorcycles, bicycles or
cause damage to bodily tissue such as
any other type of tires.
kidney, etc.
When the tire and wheel are damaged,
do not use Tire Mobility Kit.
Use of the Tire Mobility Kit may not be
effective for tire damage larger than
about 0.16 inches (4 mm).
Contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer
if the tire cannot be made roadworthy
with the Tire Mobility Kit.
Do not use the Tire Mobility Kit if a tire
is severely damaged by driving run flat
or with insufficient air pressure.
Only punctured areas located within
the tread region of the tire can be
sealed using the Tire Mobility Kit.
Do not remove any foreign objects such
as nails or screws that have penetrated
the tire.
Provided the vehicle is outdoors, leave
the vehicle running. Otherwise
operating the compressor may
eventually drain the car battery.
Never leave the Tire Mobility Kit
unattended while it is being used.
Do not leave the compressor running
for more than 10 minutes at a time or it
may overheat.
Do not use the Tire Mobility Kit if the
ambient temperature is below -22 °F
(-30 °C).
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Components of the Tire Mobility Kit
1C_TMKPartsOverveiw
(1) Speed restriction label
(2) Sealant bottle
(3) Filling hose
(4) Connectors and cable for the power outlet direct connection
(5) Holder for the sealant bottle
(6) Compressor
(7) ON/OFF switch
(8) Pressure gauge for displaying the tire inflation pressure
(9) Button for reducing the tire inflation pressure
(10)Connecting hose from sealant bottle to wheel
Strictly follow the specified sequence, otherwise the sealant may escape under high
pressure.
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Emergency Situations
1. Shake the sealant bottle (2).
WARNING
2. Secure the sealant bottle connection
Do not use the tire sealant after the
hose (10) to the sealant bottle.
sealant has expired (the expiration date is
3. Make sure the tire pressure adjustment
pasted on the sealant container). This can
(9) button is not depressed.
increase the risk of tire failure.
WARNING
Sealant
• Keep out of reach of children.
• Avoid contact with eyes.
• Do not swallow.
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Using the Tire Mobility Kit
4. Connect the sealant bottle to the
compressor.
when a tire is flat
CAUTION
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CAUTION
2C_HowToUseTMK
Securely install the sealant filling hose
Detach the speed restriction label (1) from
to the valve. If not, sealant may flow
the sealant bottle (2), and place it in a
backward, possibly clogging the filling
highly visible place inside the vehicle
hose.
such as on the steering wheel to remind
the driver not to drive too fast.
CAUTION
If only the tire pressure needs to be
adjusted, refer to the "How to adjust tire
pressure" section in this chapter.
Before using the Tire Mobility Kit, be fully
aware of the explanation on the sealant.
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5. Open the wheel air filling cap of the
7. With the engine ON, switch on the
damaged tire and connect the filling
compressor and let it run for about 5-7
hose (3) connected to the sealant to the
minutes to fill the sealant up to proper
wheel air filling to secure it.
pressure. (refer to the "Tires And
Wheels" section in chapter 2). The
inflation pressure of the tire after filling
is unimportant and can be
checked/corrected later.
Be careful not to overinflate the tire and
stay away from the tire when filling it.
CAUTION
Do not attempt to drive your vehicle if
the tire pressure is below 29 psi (200
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kPa). This could result in an accident
due to sudden tire failure.
WARNING
Do not connect another vehicle's Tire
Mobility Kit to the power outlet. This
8.Switch off the compressor. Detach the
may cause a fire due to the difference in
hoses from the sealant bottle
current capacity.
connector and from the tire valve.
Return the Tire Mobility Kit to its
storage location in the vehicle.
6.Make sure the compressor is turned off
9. Immediately drive about 4-6 mi (7-10
and plug the compressor power cord
km. or about 10 minutes) to evenly
(4) into the vehicle power outlet.
distribute the sealant in the tire.
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Do not exceed a speed of 80 km/h (50
mph). If possible, do not fall below a
speed of 20 km/h (12 mph).
While driving, if you experience any
unusual vibration, ride disturbance or
noise, reduce your speed and drive with
caution until you can safely pull off of
the side of the road.
Call for road side service or towing.
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Emergency Situations
10.After driving about 7-10 km (4-6 mi. or
CAUTION
about 10 minutes), stop at a safety
location.
• If the tire inflation pressure is not
11.Connect the compressor and tire
maintained, drive the vehicle a second
connecting hose (10) directly to the tire
time, refer to step 9. Then repeat steps
wheel air filling.
10 to 13.
• Use of the Tire Mobility Kit may not be
effective for tire damage larger than
about 0.16 inches (4 mm).
Contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer if
the tire cannot be made roadworthy with
the Tire Mobility Kit.
WARNING
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The tire inflation pressure must be
12.Plug the compressor power cord (4)
inflated to the proper pressure, refer to
into the vehicle power outlet.
the "Tires And Wheels" section in chapter
2. If it is not inflated, do not continue to
13.Adjust the tire inflation pressure to the
drive.
recommended tire inflation.
Call for road side service or towing.
With the engine running, proceed as
follows:
• To increase the inflation pressure:
Switch on the compressor. To check
CAUTION
the current inflation pressure setting,
Tire pressure sensor
briefly switch off the compressor.
The sealant on the tire pressure sensor
• To reduce the inflation pressure:
and wheel should be removed when you
Press the button (9) on the
replace the tire with a new one and
compressor.
inspect the tire pressure sensors. Have
NOTICE
this done at an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
Do not let the compressor run for more
than 10 minutes, otherwise the device
may overheat and may be damaged.
Information
When reinstalling the repaired or
replaced tire and wheel on the vehicle,
Information
tighten the wheel nut to 79-94 lbf·ft (11-13
The pressure gauge may show higher
kgf·m).
than actual reading when the compressor
is running. To get an accurate tire
pressure, the compressor needs to be
turned off.
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How to adjust tire pressure
Information
1. Park your vehicle in a safe location.
• The pressure gauge may show higher
2. Connect the filling hose (10) of the
than actual reading when the
compressor directly to the tire valve.
compressor is running. To get an
accurate tire reading, the compressor
needs to be turned off.
• When reinstalling the repaired or
replaced tire and wheel on the vehicle,
tighten the wheel nut to 79-94 lbf·ft
(11-13kgf·m).
CAUTION
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Do not use the sealant when the tire
3. Plug the compressor power cord (4)
pressure only needs to be adjusted.
into the vehicle power outlet.
4. Adjust the tire inflation pressure to the
recommended tire inflation.
WARNING
With the engine running, proceed as
follows:
The tire inflation pressure must be
inflated to the proper pressure, refer to
• To increase the inflation pressure:
the "Tires And Wheels" section in chapter
Switch on the compressor. To check
2. If it is not inflated, do not continue to
the current inflation pressure setting,
drive.
briefly switch off the compressor.
Call for road side service or towing.
• To reduce the inflation pressure:
Press the button (9) on the
compressor.
NOTICE
Do not let the compressor run for more
than 10 minutes, otherwise the device
may overheat and may be damaged.
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Emergency Situations
Towing
NOTICE
To prevent damage when towing:
Towing service
• Do not lift using the trailer hitch or body
Flatbed Towing
and chassis parts.
• Do not tow the vehicle with the front
wheels on the ground.
Wheel lift Towing
2C_TowingBad
• Do not tow vehicles with sling-type
equipment. Only use wheel lift or
flatbed equipment.
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(1) Dollies
If towing is necessary, contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer or a
commercial tow-truck service.
2C_TowingBad_2
AWD vehicles must be towed with a
wheel lift and dollies or flatbed with all the
wheels off the ground.
2WD vehicles can be towed with the rear
wheels on the ground (without dollies)
and the front wheels off the ground.
The use of wheel dollies or flatbed is
recommended. If any of the loaded
wheels or suspension components are
damaged or the vehicle is towed with the
front wheels on the ground, use a towing
dolly under the front wheels.
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When towing your vehicle without wheel
Removable towing hook
dollies:
Front
1. Release the parking brake before
turning off the engine.
2. Press the Engine Start/Stop button to
the OFF position.
3. Change the gear to N (Neutral) while
depressing the brake pedal.
4. Press the Engine Start/Stop button to
the ACC position.
WARNING
2C_TowingHook
If your vehicle is equipped with a rollover
Rear
sensor, Press the Engine Start/Stop
button to the OFF or ACC position when
the vehicle is being towed. The side
impact and curtain airbag may deploy if
the sensor detects the situation as a
rollover.
Information
Always shift the gear to N (Neutral) to
prevent damage to the transmission
(1) Install
before towing.
(2) Remove
1. Open the trunk and remove the towing
hook from the tool case.
2. Remove the hole cover pressing the
lower part of the cover on the bumper.
3. Install the towing hook by turning it
clockwise into the hole until it is fully
secured.
4. Remove the towing hook and install the
cover after use.
NOTICE
Failure to properly tighten the towing
hook may result in vehicle damage and
deformation of related parts.
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Emergency Situations
CAUTION
WARNING
Make sure the towing hook is tighten
Use extreme caution when towing the
properly. If not, during towing the towing
vehicle with a cable or chain. A driver
hook may be thrown off the vehicle
must be in the vehicle to steer it and
resulting in serious injury or accident.
operate the brakes. Passengers other
than the driver must not be in the vehicle.
Emergency towing
Always follow these emergency towing
Front
precautions:
Press the Engine Start/Stop button to
the ACC position so the steering wheel
is not locked.
Shift the gear in N (Neutral).
Release the parking brake.
Depress the brake pedal with more
force than normal because you have
reduced braking performance.
2C_TowingHookWithGeneralVehicle
More steering effort is required
Rear
because the power steering system will
be disabled.
Use a vehicle heavier than your own to
tow your vehicle.
The drivers of both vehicles must
communicate with each other
frequently.
Before emergency towing, check that
the removable hook is not broken or
damaged.
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Fasten the towing cable or chain
If emergency towing is necessary,
securely to the hook.
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer or
Do not jerk the cables, chains, or
a commercial tow-truck service.
removable hook. Apply steady and
If tow-truck service is not available in an
even force.
emergency, your vehicle can be
Use a towing cable or chain less than 16
temporarily towed using a cable or chain
ft. (5 m) long. Attach a white or red cloth
secured to the removable towing hook at
(about 12 inches (30 cm) wide) in the
the front (or rear) of the vehicle.
middle of the cable or chain for easy
Perform emergency towing using cables
visibility.
or chains on hard-surfaced roads for a
short distance and at low speeds. The
wheels, axles, powertrain, steering, and
brakes must all be in good working
condition.
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2C_TowingHookRange
(1)
16 ft. (5m)
• Drive carefully so the towing cable or
chain remains tight during towing.
• Before towing, check the Automatic
Transmission, and Dual Clutch
Transmission for fluid leaks under your
vehicle. If the transmission fluid is
leaking, flatbed equipment or a towing
dolly must be used.
NOTICE
Accelerate or decelerate the vehicle in a
slow and gradual manner while
maintaining tension on the tow rope or
chain to start or drive the vehicle.
Otherwise tow hooks and the vehicle may
be damaged.
NOTICE
To avoid damage to your vehicle and
vehicle components when towing:
• Always pull straight ahead when using
the towing hooks. Do not pull from the
side or at a vertical angle.
• Do not use the towing hooks to pull the
vehicle out of mud, sand, or other
conditions from which the vehicle
cannot be driven out under its own
power.
• Limit the vehicle speed to 10 mph (15
km/h) and drive less than 1 mi. (1.6 km)
when towing to avoid serious damage
to transmission.
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9. Maintenance
Engine Compartment
9-4
Maintenance Services
9-6
Owner's responsibility
9-6
Owner maintenance precautions
9-6
Owner Maintenance
9-7
Owner maintenance schedule
9-8
Scheduled Maintenance Services
9-9
Normal maintenance schedule
9-11
Maintenance under severe usage and low mileage conditions
9-15
Explanation Of Scheduled Maintenance Items
9-17
Engine oil and filter
9-17
Drive belts
9-17
Fuel lines, fuel hoses and connections
9-17
Fuel filter
9-17
Vapor hose and fuel filler cap
9-17
Vacuum crankcase ventilation hoses
9-17
Air cleaner filter
9-17
Spark plugs
9-17
Valve clearance
9-17
Cooling system
9-18
Engine coolant
9-18
Automatic Transmission fluid
9-18
Dual Clutch Transmission fluid
9-18
Brake hoses and lines
9-18
Brake fluid
9-18
Parking brake
9-18
Brake discs, pads, calipers and rotors
9-19
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Exhaust pipe and muffler
9-19
Suspension mounting bolts
9-19
Steering gear box, linkage & boots/lower arm ball joint
9-19
Drive shafts and related
9-19
Air conditioning refrigerant
9-19
Engine Oil
9-19
Checking the engine oil level
9-19
Checking the engine oil and filter
9-21
Engine Coolant
9-22
Checking the coolant level
9-22
Changing coolant
9-25
Brake Fluid
9-25
Checking the brake fluid level
9-25
Washer Fluid
9-26
Checking the washer fluid level
9-26
Air Cleaner
9-27
Filter replacement
9-27
Cabin Air Filter
9-28
Filter inspection
9-28
Filter replacement
9-28
Wiper Blades
9-29
Blade inspection
9-29
Blade replacement
9-30
Battery
9-31
For best battery service
9-32
Battery capacity label
9-33
Battery recharging
9-33
Reset items
9-34
Tires And Wheels
9-35
Tire care
9-35
Recommended cold tire inflation pressures
9-35
Check tire inflation pressure
9-36
Tire rotation
9-37
Wheel alignment and tire balance
9-37
Tire replacement
9-38
9
Wheel replacement
9-39
Tire traction
9-39
Tire maintenance
9-39
Tire sidewall labeling
9-39
Tire terminology and definitions
9-42
All Season tires
9-45
Summer tires
9-45
Snow tires
9-45
Radial-Ply Tires
9-46
Low aspect ratio tires
9-46
9. Maintenance
Fuses
9-47
Instrument panel fuse replacement
9-48
Engine compartment panel fuse replacement
9-48
Fuse/relay panel description
9-50
Light Bulbs
9-58
Front light replacement
9-59
Side repeater light replacement
9-59
Rear combination light replacement
9-60
High mounted stop light replacement
9-60
License plate light replacement
9-61
Interior light replacement
9-61
Appearance Care
9-63
Exterior care
9-63
Interior care
9-67
Emission Control System
9-70
Crankcase emission control system
9-70
Evaporative emission control system including Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery
(ORVR)
9-70
Exhaust emission control system
9-71
California Perchlorate Notice
9-72
9
Maintenance
Engine Compartment
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI
1C_EngineRoom
The actual engine compartment in the vehicle may differ from the illustration.
(1) Engine coolant reservoir/Engine coolant cap
(2) Battery
(3) Brake fluid reservoir
(4) Air cleaner
(5) Engine oil filler cap
(6) Engine oil dipstick
(7) Windshield washer fluid reservoir
(8) Fuse box
9-4
9
Smartstream G2.5 GDI
The actual engine compartment in the vehicle may differ from the illustration.
(1) Engine coolant reservoir/Engine coolant cap
(2) Brake fluid reservoir
(3) Air cleaner
(4) Engine oil dipstick
(5) Engine oil filler cap
(6) Windshield washer fluid reservoir
(7) Fuse box
(8) Battery
9-5
Maintenance
Maintenance Services
Owner maintenance
precautions
You should exercise the utmost care to
Inadequate, incomplete or insufficient
prevent damage to your vehicle and
servicing may result in operational
injury to yourself whenever performing
problems with your vehicle that could
any maintenance or inspection
lead to vehicle damage, an accident, or
procedures.
personal injury. This chapter provides
Have your vehicle maintained and
instructions only for the maintenance
repaired by an authorized HYUNDAI
items that are easy to perform. Several
dealer. An authorized HYUNDAI dealer
maintenance procedures can only be
meets HYUNDAI's high service quality
done with special tools, therefore contact
standards and receives technical support
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
from HYUNDAI in order to provide you
Your vehicle should not be modified in
with a high level of service satisfaction.
any way. Such modifications may
adversely affect the performance, safety
Owner's responsibility
or durability of your vehicle and may, in
addition, violate conditions of the limited
Maintenance service and record
warranties covering the vehicle.
retention are the owner's responsibility.
Certain modifications may also be in
You should retain documents that show
violation of regulations established by the
proper maintenance has been performed
U.S. Department of Transportation and
on your vehicle in accordance with the
other federal or state agencies.
scheduled maintenance service charts
shown on the following pages. You need
NOTICE
this information to establish your
compliance with the servicing and
Improper owner maintenance during the
maintenance requirements of your
warranty period may affect warranty
vehicle warranties.
coverage. For information, read the
separate Owner's Handbook & Warranty
Detailed warranty information is provided
Information booklet provided with the
in your Owner's Handbook & Warranty
vehicle. If your unsure about any service
Information booklet.
or maintenance procedure, contact an
Repairs and adjustments required as a
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
result of improper maintenance or a lack
of required maintenance are not covered.
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9
Owner Maintenance
WARNING
Touching metal parts
WARNING
Performing maintenance work on a
vehicle can be dangerous. If you lack
sufficient knowledge and experience or
the proper tools and equipment to do the
work, have it done by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
ALWAYS follow these precautions for
WL_TouchingMetalPartWarning
performing maintenance work:
Do not touch metal parts (including strut
bars) while the engine is operating or hot
• Park your vehicle on level ground. Shift
to prevent serious injury. Turn off the
the vehicle to P (Park), apply the
engine and wait until the metal parts cool
parking brake, and press the Engine
down before working on the vehicle.
Start/Stop button to the OFF position.
• Block the tires (front and back) to
prevent the vehicle from moving.
The following lists are vehicle checks and
Remove loose clothing or jewelry that
inspections that should be performed by
can become entangled in moving parts.
the owner or an authorized HYUNDAI
• If you must run the engine during
dealer at the frequencies indicated to
maintenance, do it in an outdoor area
help ensure safe and dependable
or in an area with plenty of ventilation.
operation of your vehicle.
• Keep flames, sparks, or smoking
Any adverse conditions should be
materials away from the battery and
brought to the attention of your
fuel-related parts.
authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon as
possible.
These Owner Maintenance vehicle
checks are generally not covered by
warranties and you may be charged for
labor, parts and lubricants used.
9-7
Maintenance
Owner maintenance schedule
At least monthly:
• Check coolant level in the engine
coolant reservoir.
When you stop for fuel:
• Check the operation of all exterior
• Check the coolant level in the engine
lights, including the stoplights, turn
coolant reservoir.
signals and hazard warning flashers.
• Check the windshield washer fluid
• Check the inflation pressures of all tires
level.
including the spare for tires that are
• Check for low or under-inflated tires.
worn, show uneven wear, or are
damaged.
WARNING
• Check for loose wheel lug nuts.
Be careful when checking your coolant
level when the engine is hot. This may
At least twice a year: (for example,
result in coolant being blown out of the
every Spring and Autumn)
opening and cause serious burns and
other injuries.
• Check radiator, heater and air
conditioning hoses for leaks or
damage.
While operating your vehicle:
• Check windshield washer spray and
• Note any changes in the sound of the
wiper operation. Clean wiper blades
exhaust or any smell of exhaust fumes
with a clean cloth dampened with
in the vehicle.
washer fluid.
• Check for vibrations in the steering
• Check headlight alignment.
wheel. Notice if there is any increased
• Check muffler, exhaust pipes, shields
steering effort or looseness in the
and clamps.
steering wheel, or change in its
• Check the seat belts for wear and
straight-ahead position.
function.
• Notice if your vehicle constantly turns
slightly or "pulls" to one side when
traveling on smooth, level road.
At least once a year:
• When stopping, listen and check for
• Clean body and door drain holes.
unusual sounds, pulling to one side,
• Lubricate door hinges and hood hinges.
increased brake pedal travel or
• Lubricate door and hood locks and
"hard-to-push" brake pedal.
latches.
• If any slipping or changes in the
• Lubricate door rubber weather strips.
operation of your transmission occurs,
• Check the air conditioning system.
check the transmission fluid level.
• Inspect and lubricate automatic
• Check the transmission P (Park)
transmission linkage and controls.
function.
• Clean the battery and terminals.
• Check the parking brake.
• Check the brake fluid level.
• Check for fluid leaks under your vehicle
(water dripping from the air
conditioning system during or after use
is normal).
9-8
9
Scheduled Maintenance Services
Follow Normal Maintenance Schedule if the vehicle is usually operated where none of the
following conditions apply. If any of the following conditions apply, you must follow the
Maintenance Under Severe Usage Conditions.
• Repeated driving short distance of less than 5 mi. (8 km) in normal temperature or less
than 10 mi. (16 km) in freezing temperature
• Extensive engine idling or low speed driving for long distances
• Driving on rough, dusty, muddy, unpaved, graveled or salt-spread roads
• Driving in areas using salt or other corrosive materials or in very cold weather
• Driving in heavy dust conditions
• Driving in heavy traffic area
• Driving on uphill, downhill, or mountain road repeatedly
• Towing a trailer or using a camper, or driving with loads on the roof
• Driving as a patrol car, taxi, other commercial use of vehicle towing
• Frequently driving under high speed or rapid acceleration/deceleration
• Frequently driving in stop-and-go condition
• Engine oil usage which is not recommended (Mineral type, Semi-synthetic, Lower
grade spec, etc.)
If your vehicle is operated under the above conditions, you should inspect, replace or
refill more frequently than the following Normal Maintenance Schedule. After the periods
or distance shown in the chart, continue to follow the prescribed maintenance intervals.
NOTICE
After driving more than 10 years or 100,000 mi., use severe maintenance schedule.
9-9
Maintenance
Information
• As it is normal for engine oil to be consumed during driving, the engine oil level should
be checked on regular basis.
• The engine oil change interval for normal operating conditions is based on the use of
the recommended engine specification. If the recommended engine oil specification
is not used, then replace the engine oil according to the maintenance schedule under
severe operating conditions.
• The vehicle may be equipped with the Oil Life Management System that predicts
engine oil life based on the driver's driving history and alerts the driver to change
engine oil.
- If the deterioration of the engine oil increases depending on the driver's driving
severity, the remaining oil life alert appears on the instrument cluster before the
normal engine oil replacement interval. Have the engine oil and filter changed by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
- Oil Life Management System works when the recommended engine oil is used. So,
if recommended engine oil is not used, replace the engine oil according to the
maintenance schedule under severe usage condition. Also, check the amount of
engine oil regularly as this system assumes that the engine oil is being filled normally.
- Always reset the remaining engine oil life whenever the engine oil is changed.
Otherwise, the indication of remaining Oil life in the Oil Life Management System
may not be accurate. To reset the Oil Change Reminder, select "RESET" from the
infotainment system. Then, select "Yes" when the message "Has the engine oil been
changed? Press [Yes] to reset the oil life." appears on the screen.
- If there is no alert until the maximum maintenance interval, have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Normal maintenance schedule
I: Inspect and if necessary, adjust, correct, clean or replace.
R: Replace or change.
Number of months or driving distance, whichever comes first
Months
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
156
MAINTENANCE
mi. ×
INTERVALS
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
80
88
96
104
1,000
Km ×
13
26
39
52
65
78
91
104
117
130
143
156
169
1,000
MAINTENANCE ITEM
At first, inspect at 48,000 mi. (78,000 km) or 72 months. After
Drive belts *1
that, inspect every 8,000 mi. (13,000 km) or 12 months
Engine oil and engine oil
Replace every 8,000 mi. (13,000 km) or 12 months
filter *2*3
Fuel additives *4
Add every 8,000 mi. (13,000 km) or 12 months
Air cleaner filter
I
I
R
I
I
R
I
I
R
I
I
R
I
Air intake hose
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
*1 The drive belt should be replaced when cracks occur or tension is reduced excessively.
*2 Requires <API SN PLUS (or above) Full synthetic> grade engine oil. If a lower grade engine oil (mineral type,
semi- synthetic, lower grade spec, etc.) is used, replace the engine oil and engine oil filter as indicated in
maintenance under severe usage conditions.
*3 Never add any additives to the engine oil. Engine oil additives can change the properties of engine oil and may
cause serious engine failure.
*4 If TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline is not available, one bottle of additive is recommended. Additives are available
from your authorized HYUNDAI dealer along with information on how to use them. Do not mix other additives.
9-11
Maintenance
I: Inspect and if necessary, adjust, correct, clean or replace.
R: Replace or change.
Number of months or driving distance, whichever comes first
Months
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
156
MAINTENANCE
mi. ×
INTERVALS
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
80
88
96
104
1,000
Km ×
13
26
39
52
65
78
91
104
117
130
143
156
169
1,000
MAINTENANCE ITEM
Smarts
tream
Replace every 96,000 mi. (156,000 km)
2.5 GDi
Spark plugs *1
Smarts
tream
Replace every 48,000 mi. (78,000 km)
2.5
T-GDi
Vapor hose, fuel filler
I
I
I
I
I
I
cap and fuel tank
Fuel tank air filter
I
I
I
I
I
I
Fuel lines, hoses and
I
I
I
I
I
I
connections
*1 For your convenience, it can be replaced prior to it's interval when you do maintenance of other items.
Information
Fuel filter is considered to be maintenance free but the quality of fuel used may impact
the frequency of maintenance needed. If there are some important safety matters like
fuel flow restriction, surging, loss of power, hard starting problem, etc., replace the filter
immediately regardless of maintenance schedule. Consult an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer for details.
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9
I: Inspect and if necessary, adjust, correct, clean or replace.
R: Replace or change.
Number of months or driving distance, whichever comes first
Months
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
156
MAINTENANCE
mi. ×
INTERVALS
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
80
88
96
104
1,000
Km ×
13
26
39
52
65
78
91
104
117
130
143
156
169
1,000
MAINTENANCE ITEM
At first, replace at 120,000 mi. (200,000 km) or 120 months.
Engine coolant
After that, replace every 24,000 mi. (39,000 km) or 24 months
Battery condition
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
Brake lines, hoses and
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
connections
Parking brake
I
I
I
I
I
I
Inspect every 8,000 mi. (13,000 km) or 12 months, Replace
Brake fluid
every 48,000 mi. (78,000 km) or 48 months
Disc brakes and pads
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
Steering gear rack,
I
I
I
I
linkage and boots
Driveshaft and boots
I
I
I
I
I
I
Rotate Tires (includes
tread wear inspection
Rotate tires every 8,000 mi. (13,000 km) or 12 months
and tire pressure check)
9-13
Maintenance
I: Inspect and if necessary, adjust, correct, clean or replace.
R: Replace or change.
Number of months or driving distance, whichever comes first
Months
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
156
MAINTENANCE
mi. ×
INTERVALS
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
80
88
96
104
1,000
Km ×
13
26
39
52
65
78
91
104
117
130
143
156
169
1,000
MAINTENANCE ITEM
Suspension mounting
I
I
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I
I
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I
bolts
Air conditioner
I
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I
I
refrigerant
Air conditioner
I
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I
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I
compressor
Cabin air filter
R
R
R
R
R
R
Vaccum hose
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
Automatic
Smarts
Transmission
tream
No check, No service required
fluid *1
2.5 GDi
Smarts
Dual Clutch
tream
Transmission
I
I
I
2.5
fluid *1
T-GDi
Transfer case oil (AWD) *1
I
I
I
Rear differential oil
I
I
I
(AWD) *1
Propeller shaft (AWD)
I
I
I
I
I
I
Exhaust pipe and muffler
I
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I
I
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I
*1 Automatic Transmission/Dual Clutch Transmission fluid, transfer case oil, and rear differential oil should be
changed anytime they have been submerged in water.
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9
Maintenance under severe usage and low mileage conditions
The following items must be serviced more frequently on the vehicles mainly used under
severe and low mileage driving conditions. Refer to the chart below for the appropriate
maintenance intervals.
R: Replace
I: Inspect and if necessary, adjust, correct, clean or replace
Maintenance
Driving
Maintenance item
Maintenance intervals
operation
condition
Replace every 5,000 mi.
Engine oil and engine oil filter
R
D, H, I, L
(8,000 km) or 6 months
Replace more frequently
Air cleaner filter
R
depending on the
C, E
condition
Replace more frequently
A, B, F, G, H,
Spark plugs
R
depending on the
I, K
condition
Inspect more frequently
Steering gear rack, linkage
I
depending on the
C, D, E, F, G
and boots
condition
Inspect more frequently
C, D, E, F, G,
Suspension mounting bolts
I
depending on the
H, I, J
condition
Inspect more frequently
Disc brakes and pads,
I
depending on the
C, D, E, G, H
calipers and rotors
condition
Inspect more frequently
Parking brake
I
depending on the
C, D, G, H
condition
Inspect more frequently
C, D, E, F, G,
Driveshaft and boots
I
depending on the
H, I, J
condition
Replace more frequently
Climate control air filter
R
depending on the
C, E
condition
Automatic
Smartstream
Replace every 60,000 mi.
A, C, E, F, G,
transmission
R
2.5 GDi
(100,000 km)
H, I, J, K
fluid
Dual clutch
Smartstream
Replace every 56,000 mi.
A, C, D, E, F,
transmission
R
2.5 T-GDi
(91,000 km)
G, H, I, K
fluid
9-15
Maintenance
Maintenance
Driving
Maintenance item
Maintenance intervals
operation
condition
Replace every 72,000 mi.
C, D, E, G, H,
Transfer case oil (AWD)
R
(120,000 km)
I, J
Replace every 72,000 mi.
C, D, E, G, H,
Rear differential oil (AWD)
R
(120,000 km)
I, J
Inspect more frequently
C, D, E, F, G,
Propeller shaft (AWD)
I
depending on the
H, I, J
condition
Severe driving conditions
• A: Repeatedly driving short distance of less than 5 mi. (8 km) in normal temperature or
less than 10 mi. (16 km) in freezing temperature
• B: Extensive engine idling or low speed driving for long distances
• C: Driving on rough, dusty, muddy, unpaved, graveled or salt-spread roads
• D: Driving in areas using salt or other corrosive materials or in very cold weather
• E: Driving in the heavy dust conditions
• F: Driving in heavy traffic
• G: Driving on uphill, downhill, or mountain roads
• H: Using for towing or camping, and driving with loading on the roof
• I: Driving for patrol car, taxi, or other commercial use
• J: Frequently driving under high speed or rapid acceleration/deceleration
• K: Frequently driving in stop-and-go conditions
• L: Engine oil usage which is not recommended (Mineral type, Semi-synthetic, Lower
grade spec, etc.)
9-16
9
Explanation Of Scheduled
Vapor hose and fuel filler cap
The vapor hose and fuel filler cap should
Maintenance Items
be inspected at those intervals specified
in the maintenance schedule. Make sure a
new vapor hose or fuel filler cap is
Engine oil and filter
correctly replaced.
The engine oil and filter should be
changed at the intervals specified in the
maintenance schedule. If the vehicle is
Vacuum crankcase ventilation
being driven in severe conditions, more
hoses
frequent oil and filter changes are
Visually check for proper installation,
required.
chafing, cracks, deterioration, and any
leakage. Replace any deteriorated or
damaged parts immediately.
Drive belts
Inspect all drive belts for evidence of cuts,
cracks, excessive wear or oil saturation.
Air cleaner filter
Replace them if necessary.
A genuine HYUNDAI air cleaner filter is
Check the drive belts periodically for
recommended when the filter is replaced.
proper tension and adjusted as
necessary.
Spark plugs
Information
Be sure to install new spark plugs of the
correct heat range.
Always turn off the engine before
inspecting the drive belts.
When installing new spark plugs, make
sure the ignition coils are clean and free of
any oil or debris. Clean and wipe off the
Fuel lines, fuel hoses and
bottom portion of the ignition coil to
prevent any contamination with the spark
connections
plug during installation.
Check the fuel lines, fuel hoses and
connections for leakage and damage.
WARNING
Have any damaged or leaking parts
Do not remove spark plugs from the
replaced by an authorized HYUNDAI
vehicle when the engine is hot. You may
dealer immediately.
damage the engine and may also risk
burn injury.
Fuel filter
The fuel filter is considered to be
maintenance free but periodic inspection
Valve clearance
is recommended depending on the fuel
Inspect excessive valve noise and/or
quality. If there is fuel flow restriction,
engine vibration and adjust if necessary.
surging, loss of power, or hard starting,
Have the system serviced by an
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer to
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
have the fuel filter replaced immediately.
9-17
Maintenance
Cooling system
Dual Clutch Transmission fluid
Check cooling system components, such
if equipped
as radiator, coolant reservoir, hoses and
The dual clutch transmission fluid level
connections for leakage and damage.
does not need to be checked under
Replace any damaged parts.
normal usage conditions.
If driven in severe operating conditions,
have the dual clutch transmission fluid be
Engine coolant
changed by an authorized HYUNDAI
The coolant should be changed at the
dealer according to the maintenance
intervals specified in the maintenance
schedule under severe conditions.
schedule.
NOTICE
Automatic Transmission fluid
Only use the dual clutch transmission
if equipped
fluid specified in the "Recommended
Lubricants And Capacities" section in
The automatic transmission fluid level
Chapter 2 to prevent transmission
does not need to be checked under
damage.
normal usage conditions.
Have the automatic transmission fluid
changed by an authorized HYUNDAI
Brake hoses and lines
dealer according to the maintenance
schedule.
Visually check for proper installation,
chafing, cracks, deterioration and any
leakage. Replace any deteriorated or
Information
damaged parts immediately.
The color of a new automatic
transmission fluid is red. As the vehicle is
driven, the automatic transmission fluid
Brake fluid
begins to look darker.
Check the brake/clutch fluid level in the
This is normal and the automatic
brake fluid reservoir. The level should be
transmission fluid does not need to be
between the MIN and the MAX marks on
replaced based on the color change.
the side of the reservoir. Use only
hydraulic brake fluid conforming to DOT 4
specification.
NOTICE
Parking brake
Only use the automatic transmission fluid
specified in the "Recommended
Inspect the parking brake system
Lubricants And Capacities" section in
including the cables.
Chapter 2 to prevent transmission
damage.
9-18
9
Brake discs, pads, calipers and
Engine Oil
rotors
Check the pads, the disc, and the rotor for
any excessive wear-out. Inspect calipers
Checking the engine oil level
for any fluid leakage.
Engine oil is used for lubricating, cooling,
For more information on checking the
and operating various hydraulic
pads or lining wear limit, visit
components in the engine. Engine oil
consumption while driving is normal, and
it is necessary to check and refill the
engine oil regularly. Also, check and refill
Exhaust pipe and muffler
the oil level within the recommended
maintenance schedule to prevent
Visually inspect the exhaust pipes,
deterioration of oil performance.
muffler and hangers for cracks,
deterioration, or damage. Start the
Check the engine oil following the below
engine and listen carefully for any exhaust
procedure.
gas leakage. Tighten connections or
1. Follow all of the oil manufacturer's
replace parts as necessary.
precautions.
2. Make sure the vehicle is on the level
Suspension mounting bolts
ground in P (Park) with the parking
brake applied.
Check the suspension connections for
looseness or damage. Retighten to the
3. Turn on the engine and warm the
specified torque.
engine up until the coolant
temperature reaches a constant normal
temperature.
Steering gear box, linkage &
4. Turn off the engine, remove the oil filler
boots/lower arm ball joint
cap and pull the dipstick out. Wait for 15
With the vehicle stopped and the engine
minutes for the oil to return to the oil
off, check for excessive free-play in the
pan.
steering wheel. Check the linkage for
5. Wipe the dipstick clean and re-insert it
bends or damage. Check the dust boots
fully.
and ball joints for deterioration, cracks, or
damage.
Replace any damaged parts.
Drive shafts and related
Check the drive shafts, boots and clamps
for cracks, deterioration, or damage.
Replace any damaged parts and, if
necessary, repack the grease.
Air conditioning refrigerant
Check the air conditioning lines and
connections for leakage and damage.
9-19
Maintenance
6.Pull the dipstick out again and check
7. If the oil level is below L, add enough oil
the level. The level should be between F
to bring the level to F.
(Full) and L (Low).
Smartstream G2.5 GDI
Smartstream G2.5 GDI
2C_EngineOilGaugeGasoline_3
2C_EngineOilGaugeGasoline_1
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI
2C_EngineOilGaugeGasoline_4
Use only the specified engine oil (Refer to
the "Recommended Lubricants And
Capacities" section in chapter 2).
NOTICE
To prevent damage to your engine:
• Do not spill engine oil when adding or
changing engine oil. Wipe off spilled oil
immediately.
• The engine oil consumption may
increase while you break in a new
vehicle, and it should stabilize after
driving 4,000 mi. (6,000 km).
• The engine oil consumption can be
affected by driving habits, climate
conditions, traffic conditions, oil
quality, etc. Therefore, it is
recommended that you inspect the
engine oil level regularly and refill it if
necessary.
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9
Checking the engine oil and
Information
filter
When the oil pressure is low due to
insufficient engine oil, the Engine Oil
Pressure (
) warning light illuminates. In
addition, the enhanced engine protection
system, which limits the engine's power is
activated and the Malfunction Indicator
Lamp (
) illuminates when the vehicle is
driven in this state continuously. When
the engine oil pressure is restored, the
warning light and the enhanced engine
protection system turn off after engine is
restarted.
2C_RecommendedEngineOil
The lubrication, rust prevention,
cooling, and cleaning effect of the
engine oil will gradually degrade during
CAUTION
its use.
The engine oil is very hot immediately
Have the engine oil and filter be
after the vehicle has been driven and can
changed by an authorized HYUNDAI
cause burns during replacement. Replace
dealer according to the Oil Life
the engine oil after the engine oil has
Management System function or the
cooled down.
Maintenance Schedule at the
Never add any additives to the engine oil.
beginning of this chapter.
Engine oil additives can change the
If the maintenance schedule to replace
properties of engine oil and may cause
engine oil is exceeded, the engine oil
serious engine failure.
performance may deteriorate, and the
engine condition may be affected.
Therefore, replace the engine oil
according to the maintenance
schedule.
To keep the engine in optimal
condition, use the recommended
engine oil and filter. If the
recommended engine oil and filter are
not used, replace it according to the
maintenance schedule under severe
usage conditions.
The purpose of the maintenance
schedule for engine oil replacement is
to prevent oil deterioration and it is
irrelevant to oil consumption. Check
and refill engine oil regularly.
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Maintenance
Engine Coolant
WARNING
Used engine oil may cause irritation or
The high-pressure cooling system has a
cancer of the skin if left in contact with
reservoir filled with year-round antifreeze
the skin for prolonged periods of time.
coolant. The reservoir is filled at the
Used engine oil contains chemicals that
factory.
have caused cancer in laboratory animals.
Check the antifreeze protection and
Always protect your skin by washing your
coolant level at least once a year, at the
hands thoroughly with soap and warm
beginning of the winter season and
water as soon as possible after handling
before traveling to a colder climate.
used oil.
Checking the coolant level
WARNING
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
Engine oil contains chemicals known to
the State of California to cause cancer,
birth defects and reproductive harm.
Used engine oil may cause irritation or
cancer of the skin if left in contact with
the skin for prolonged periods of time.
Always protect your skin by washing your
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hands thoroughly with soap and warm
Check the condition and connections of
water as soon as possible after handling
all cooling system hoses and heater
used oil.
hoses. Replace any swollen or
deteriorated hoses.
The coolant level should be filled between
the MAX and the MIN marks on the side of
the coolant reservoir when the engine is
cool.
If the coolant level is low, add enough
distilled (deionized) water to bring the
level to the MAX mark, but do not overfill.
If frequent additions are required, have
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer for a cooling system
inspection.
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9
WARNING
WARNING
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Never remove the radiator cap or the
drain plug while the engine and radiator
are hot. Hot coolant and steam may blow
2C_RadiatorFANWarning
out under pressure, causing serious
The electric motor for the cooling fan may
injury.
continue to operate or start up when the
Turn the engine off and wait until the
engine is not running and can cause
engine cools down. Use extreme care
serious injury. Keep hands, clothing and
when removing the radiator cap. Wrap a
tools away from the rotating fan blades of
thick towel around it, and turn it
the cooling fan.
counterclockwise slowly to the first stop.
Always turn off the vehicle unless the
Step back while the pressure is released
vehicle has to be inspected with the
from the cooling system. When you are
engine on. Be cautious as the cooling fan
sure all the pressure has been released,
may operate if the negative (-) battery
press down on the cap, using a thick
terminal is not disconnected.
towel, and continue turning
counterclockwise to remove it.
Information
The coolant level is influenced by the
engine temperature. Before checking or
refilling the coolant, turn the engine off.
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Maintenance
Recommended coolant
WARNING
• When adding coolant, use only
Make sure the coolant cap is properly
deionized water, distilled water or soft
closed after refilling coolant. Otherwise
water for your vehicle and never mix
the engine could be overheated while
hard water in the coolant filled at the
driving.
factory.
1. Check if the coolant cap label is straight
• An incorrect coolant mixture can result
in front.
in severe malfunction or engine
damage.
• The engine in your vehicle has
aluminum engine parts and must be
protected by an phosphate-based
ethylene glycol coolant to prevent
corrosion and freezing.
• Do not use alcohol or methanol coolant
or mix them with the specified coolant.
• Do not use a solution that contains
more than 60 % antifreeze or less than
35 % antifreeze, which would reduce
the effectiveness of the solution.
2. Make sure that the tiny protrusions
inside the coolant cap is securely
For mixing percentage, refer to the
interlocked.
following table:
Mixture Percentage
Ambient
(volume)
Temperature
Antifreeze
Water
5 °F (-15 °C)
35
65
-13 °F (-25 °C)
40
60
-31 °F (-35 °C)
50
50
-49 °F (-45 °C)
60
40
Information
If in doubt about the mix ratio, a 50 %
water and 50 % antifreeze mix is the
easiest to mix together as it will be the
same quantity of each. It is suitable to use
for most temperature ranges of -31 °F (-35
°C) and higher.
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Changing coolant
Brake Fluid
Have the coolant changed by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer according to
the Maintenance Schedule at the
Checking the brake fluid level
beginning of this chapter.
WARNING
Do not use engine coolant or antifreeze in
the washer fluid reservoir.
Engine coolant can severely obscure
visibility when sprayed on the windshield
and may cause loss of vehicle control
resulting in an accident.
Engine coolant may also cause damage to
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paint and body trim.
Check the fluid level in the reservoir
periodically. The fluid level should be
between MAX and MIN marks on the side
NOTICE
of the reservoir.
Before removing the reservoir cap and
To prevent damage to engine parts, put a
adding brake fluid, clean the area around
thick towel around the engine coolant
the reservoir cap thoroughly to prevent
cap before refilling the coolant to prevent
brake fluid contamination.
the coolant from overflowing into engine
parts, such as the alternator.
If the level is low, add fluid to the MAX
level. The level will fall with accumulated
mileage. This is a normal condition
associated with the wear of the brake
linings.
If the fluid level is excessively low, have
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
WARNING
If the brake system requires frequent
additions of fluid this could indicate a leak
in the brake system. Have your vehicle
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
WARNING
Do not let brake fluid into your eyes. If
brake fluid gets in your eyes, flush your
eyes with clean water for at least 15
minutes and get immediate medical
attention.
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Maintenance
NOTICE
Washer Fluid
• Do not allow brake fluid to contact the
vehicle's body paint, as it will result in
Checking the washer fluid
paint damage.
level
• NEVER use brake fluid which has been
exposed to open air for an extended
time, as its quality cannot be
guaranteed.
• Do not use the wrong type of brake
fluid. A few drops of mineral based oil,
such as engine oil in your brake system
can damage brake system parts.
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Information
Check the fluid level in the washer fluid
Use only the specified brake fluid (Refer
reservoir and add fluid if necessary. Plain
to the "Recommended Lubricants And
water may be used if washer fluid is not
Capacities" section in chapter 2).
available. However, use washer solvent
with antifreeze characteristics in cold
climates to prevent freezing.
WARNING
To prevent serious injury or death, take
the following safety precautions when
using washer fluid:
• Do not use engine coolant or antifreeze
in the washer fluid reservoir. Engine
coolant can severely obscure visibility
when sprayed on the windshield and
may cause loss of vehicle control
resulting in an accident or damage to
paint and body trim.
• Do not allow sparks or flame to contact
the washer fluid or the washer fluid
reservoir. Washer fluid may contain
alcohol and can be flammable.
• Do not drink washer fluid and avoid
contact with skin. Washer fluid is
harmful to humans and animals.
• Keep washer fluid away from children
and animals.
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1. Pull up the air cleaner filter cover and
Air Cleaner
release the lock (1).
Filter replacement
Smartstream G2.5 GDI
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2. Pull up the air cleaner cover (2) and
open it.
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI
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3. Rotate the fixed lever (3) on the filter
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and loosen the lock.
The air cleaner filter can be cleaned for
inspection using compressed air.
Do not attempt to wash or to rinse it, as
water will damage the filter.
If soiled, the air cleaner filter must be
replaced.
Replace the filter according to the
Maintenance Schedule.
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Maintenance
4. Replace the air cleaner filter.
Cabin Air Filter
Filter inspection
The cabin air filter should be replaced
according to the Maintenance Schedule.
If the vehicle is operated in severely
air-polluted cities or on dusty rough roads
for a long period, it should be inspected
more frequently and replaced sooner.
Replace the cabin air filter by following
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the procedure below and be careful to
5. Reassemble the air cleaner cover in the
avoid damaging other components.
reverse order.
6.Check that the cover is firmly installed.
Filter replacement
Information
1. Open the glove box and remove the
support rod (1).
If the vehicle is operated in extremely
dusty or sandy areas, replace the air
cleaner filter more often than the usual
recommended intervals (Refer to the
"Maintenance under severe usage and
low mileage conditions" section in this
chapter).
NOTICE
• Do not drive with the air cleaner filter
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removed. This will result in excessive
2. Press both sides of the glove box
engine wear.
inward to release.
• When removing the air cleaner filter, be
careful that dust or dirt does not enter
the air intake, or damage may result.
• Use parts for replacement from an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer. Use of
non-genuine parts could damage the
engine.
• Do not blow the inner part of the air
filter with compressed air. Dust or dirt
may enter the air intake.
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• Check that the replaced filter is firmly
fixed when reassembling the air cleaner
filter, and that the levers are firmly
assembled.
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3. Press and hold the lock on the right side
Wiper Blades
of the cover.
Blade inspection
Contamination of the windshield or wiper
blades with foreign substances may
reduce the effectiveness of the
windshield wipers.
Common sources of contamination are
insects, tree sap, and hot wax treatments
used by some commercial car washes. If
the blades are not wiping properly, clean
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both the window and the blades with
4. Pull out the cover.
glass cleaner or mild detergent, and rinse
5. Replace the cabin air filter.
thoroughly with clean water. Replace
6.Reassemble in the reverse order of
blades as needed.
disassembly.
NOTICE
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the wiper blades,
arms, or other components, do not:
• Use gasoline, kerosene, paint thinner,
or other solvents on or near them.
• Attempt to move the wipers manually.
Information
• Commercial hot waxes applied by
automatic car washes have been
known to make the windshield difficult
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to clean.
Install a new cabin air filter in the correct
• Wiper blades are consumable items.
direction with the arrow symbol (↓) facing
Normal wear of the wipers may not be
downwards, to prevent noise and
covered by your vehicle warranty.
efficiency loss.
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Maintenance
Blade replacement
3. Lift up the wiper blade clip (1). Then pull
down the wiper blade (2). Remove the
When the wipers no longer clean
wiper blade from the wiper arm.
adequately, the blades may be worn or
cracked. Replace the wipers with new
ones.
NOTICE
To prevent damage:
• Never use non-specified wiper blades.
• Lift the wiper arms when in the top
wiping position.
• Always return the wiper arms to the
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windshield before driving.
4. Install a new wiper blade assembly in
the reverse order of removal.
Front windshield wiper blade
replacement
1. Within 20 seconds of turning off the
engine, push and hold the wiper lever
down to the MIST position for about 2
seconds until the wipers move to the
top wipe position.
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5. With the Engine Start/Stop button in
the ON position, turn the wiper switch
to any ON position to return the wipers
to the bottom resting position.
NOTICE
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• Avoid the wipers from touching the
2. Raise the wiper arm.
windshield when the wiper blade is
disassembled to prevent windshield
damage.
• The wiper may not operate for about 10
seconds if the wiper is operated
without washer fluid or the blades are
frozen to prevent damage to the motor.
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9
Battery
WARNING
To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH to
you or bystanders, always follow these
precautions when working near or
handling the battery:
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Keep batteries out of reach of children.
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Always read and follow instructions
WL_TakingCareOfBatteryWarning_5
carefully when handling a battery.
Batteries contain sulfuric acid which is
highly corrosive. Do not allow acid to
contact your eyes, skin or clothing.
If acid gets into your eyes, flush your eyes
with clean water for at least 15 minutes
and get immediate medical attention. If
acid gets on your skin, thoroughly wash
the area. If you feel pain or a burning
WL_TakingCareOfBatteryWarning_6
sensation, get medical attention
Wear eye protection designed to protect
immediately.
the eyes from acid splashes.
• When lifting a plastic-cased battery,
excessive pressure on the case may
cause battery acid to leak. Lift with a
battery carrier or with your hands on
opposite corners.
• Do not attempt to jump start your
vehicle if your battery is frozen.
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• NEVER attempt to recharge the battery
when the vehicle's battery cables are
Keep all flames, sparks, or smoking
connected to the battery.
materials away from the battery.
• The electrical ignition system works
with high voltage. NEVER touch these
components with the engine running or
when the Engine Start/Stop button is in
the ON position.
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Hydrogen is always present in battery
cells, is highly combustible, and may
explode if ignited.
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Maintenance
For best battery service
WARNING
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
Battery posts, terminals, and related
accessories contain lead and lead
compounds, chemicals known to the
State of California to cause cancer, birth
defects and reproductive harm. Batteries
also contain other chemicals known to
the State of California to cause cancer.
Wash hands after handling.
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• Keep the battery securely mounted.
NOTICE
• Keep the battery top clean and dry.
Always follow these instructions when
• Keep the terminals and connections
handling your vehicle's battery to prevent
clean, tight, and coated with petroleum
damage to your battery:
jelly or terminal grease.
• When you do not use the vehicle for a
• Rinse any spilled acid from the battery
long time in a low temperature area,
immediately with a solution of water
disconnect the battery and keep it
and baking soda.
indoors.
• If the vehicle is not going to be used for
• Always charge the battery fully to
an extended time, disconnect the
prevent battery case damage in low
battery cables.
temperature areas.
• Prevent liquid from wetting the battery
terminals. The performance of the
battery may be degraded, and may
cause injury. Be cautious when loading
liquid in the trunk.
• Do not tilt the battery.
• If you connect unauthorized electronic
devices to the battery, the battery may
be discharged. Never use unauthorized
devices.
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Battery capacity label
Battery recharging
By battery charger
Your vehicle has a maintenance free,
calcium based battery.
• If the battery becomes discharged in a
short time (because, for example, the
headlights or interior lights were left on
while the vehicle was not in use),
recharge it by slow charging (trickle) for
10 hours.
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• If the battery gradually discharges
• The actual battery label in the vehicle
because of high electric load while the
may differ from the illustration.
vehicle is being used, recharge it at
20-30 A for two hours
1. AGM70L-DIN : The HYUNDAI model
name of battery
WARNING
2.12V : The nominal voltage
Always follow these instructions when
3.70Ah (20HR) : The nominal capacity (in
recharging your vehicle's battery to avoid
Ampere hours)
the risk of SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH
4. RC 120min : The nominal reserve
from explosions or acid burns:
capacity (in min.)
• Before performing maintenance or
5. CCA 5760A (SAE/EN) : The cold-test
recharging the battery, turn off all
current in amperes
accessories and press the Engine
Start/Stop button to the OFF position.
• Keep all flames, sparks, or smoking
materials away from the battery.
• Always work outdoors or in an area with
plenty of ventilation.
• Wear eye protection when checking the
battery during charging.
• The battery must be removed from the
vehicle and placed in a well ventilated
area.
• Watch the battery during charging, and
stop or reduce the charging rate if the
battery cells begin boiling violently.
• The negative battery cable must be
removed first and installed last when
the battery is disconnected. Disconnect
the battery charger in the following
order:
1. Turn off the battery charger main
switch.
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Maintenance
2. Unhook the negative clamp from the
By jump starting
negative battery terminal.
After a jump start from a good battery,
3. Unhook the positive clamp from the
drive the vehicle for 20-30 minutes
positive battery terminal.
before it is shutoff. The vehicle may not
restart if you shut it off before the battery
• Always use a genuine HYUNDAI
had a chance to adequately recharge. See
approved battery or the equivalent
"Jump Starting" in chapter 8 for more
specified for your vehicle when you
information on jump starting procedures.
replace the battery.
Information
NOTICE
AGM battery
Absorbent Glass Matt (AGM) batteries
are maintenance-free and have the
AGM battery serviced by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer. For charging your
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AGM battery, use only fully automatic
An inappropriately disposed battery can
battery chargers that are specially
be harmful to the environment and
developed for AGM batteries.
human health. Dispose of the battery
When replacing the AGM battery, use
according to your local law(s) or
parts for replacement from an
regulation.
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Do not open or remove the cap on top
of the battery. This may cause leaks of
Reset items
internal electrolyte that could result in
The following items may need to be reset
severe injury.
after the battery has been discharged or
the battery has been removed:
• Current Trip/Since Refueling/Since
Rest (refer to chapter 4)
• Integrated memory system (refer to
chapter 5)
• Power window (refer to chapter 5)
• Sunroof (refer to chapter 5)
• Climate control system (refer to
chapter 5)
• Clock (refer to Infotainment system
manual)
• Infotainment system (refer to
Infotainment system manual)
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Tires And Wheels
Tire care
For proper maintenance, safety, and
WARNING
maximum fuel economy, always
maintain recommended tire inflation
Tire failure may cause loss of vehicle
pressures and stay within the load
control and result in a collision. To
limits and weight distribution
reduce risk of serious injury or death:
recommended for your vehicle.
Inspect your tires monthly for
proper inflation as well as wear and
damage.
The recommended cold tire
pressure for your vehicle can be
found in this manual and on the tire
label located on the driver's side
center pillar. Always use a tire
pressure gauge to measure tire
pressure. Tires with too much or
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too little pressure wear unevenly
All specifications (sizes and
causing poor handling.
pressures) can be found on a label
Check the pressure of the spare
attached to the driver's side center
every time you check the pressure
pillar.
of the other tires on your vehicle.
Replace tires that are worn, show
Recommended cold tire
uneven wear, or are damaged.
inflation pressures
Worn tires can cause loss of braking
effectiveness, steering control, or
Check all tire pressures (including the
traction.
spare) when the tires are cold. "Cold
tires" mean the vehicle has not been
Always replace tires with the same
driven for at least three hours or
size, type, construction, and tread
driven less than 1 mi. (1.6 km).
pattern as each tire that was
originally supplied with this vehicle.
Warm tires normally exceed the
Using tires and wheels other than
recommended cold tire pressures by
the recommended sizes may cause
4 to 6 psi (28 to 41 kPa). Do not
unusual handling characteristics,
release air from warm tires to adjust
poor vehicle control, or negatively
the pressure. The tires are
affect your vehicle's Anti-Lock
under-inflated. For recommended
Brake System (ABS) resulting in a
inflation pressure, refer to the "Tires
serious accident.
And Wheels" section in chapter 2.
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Maintenance
Check tire inflation pressure
WARNING
Check your tires, including the spare
Recommended pressures must be
tire(if equipped), at least once a
maintained for the best ride,
month.
vehicle handling, and minimum tire
wear.
How to check
Over-inflation or under-inflation
Use a good quality tire pressure
can reduce tire life, adversely affect
gauge to check the tire pressure. You
vehicle handling, and lead to
cannot tell if your tires are properly
sudden tire failure that may result
inflated simply by looking at them.
in loss of vehicle control resulting in
Radial tires may look properly inflated
a collision.
when they are underinflated.
Severe under-inflation may lead to
Remove the valve cap from the tire
severe heat build-up, causing
valve stem. Press the tire gauge
blowouts, tread separation, and
firmly onto the valve to get a pressure
other tire failures that may result in
measurement. If the cold tire inflation
loss of vehicle control resulting in a
pressure matches the recommended
collision. This risk is much higher on
pressure on the tire and loading
hot days and when driving for a
information label, no further
long time at high speeds.
adjustment is necessary. If the
Under-inflation may cause
pressure is low, add air until it
excessive wear, poor handling, and
reaches the recommended pressure.
reduced fuel economy. Wheel
Be sure to put the valve caps back on
deformation is also possible. Keep
the valve stems. Without the valve
your tire pressures at the proper
cap, dirt or moisture may get into the
levels. If a tire frequently needs
valve core and cause air leakage. If a
refilling, have your vehicle
valve cap is missing, install a new one
inspected by an authorized
as soon as possible.
HYUNDAI dealer.
If you overfill the tire, release air by
Over-inflation produces a harsh
pushing on the metal stem in the
ride, excessive wear at the center of
center of the tire valve. Recheck the
the tire tread, and a greater
tire pressure with the tire gauge. Be
possibility of damage from road
sure to put the valve caps back on the
hazards.
valve stems. Without the valve cap,
dirt or moisture may get into the
valve core and cause air leakage. If a
valve cap is missing, install a new one
as soon as possible.
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9
Tire rotation
WARNING
To equalize tread wear, have the tires
• Do not use the compact spare tire
rotated according to the
for tire rotation.
maintenance schedule or sooner if
irregular wear develops.
• Do not mix bias ply and radial ply
tires under any circumstances. This
During rotation, check the tires for
may cause unusual handling
correct balance.
characteristics that may cause loss
When rotating tires, check for uneven
of vehicle control and result in a
wear and damage. Abnormal wear is
collision.
usually caused by incorrect tire
pressure, improper wheel alignment,
out-of-balance wheels, severe
Wheel alignment and tire
braking, or severe cornering. Look for
balance
bumps or bulges in the tread or side
The wheels on your vehicle were
of the tire. Replace the tire if you find
aligned and balanced carefully at the
any of these conditions. Replace the
factory, and you may not need to
tire if fabric or cord is visible. After
have your wheels aligned again. If
rotation, be sure to bring the front
you notice unusual tire wear or your
and rear tire pressures to
vehicle pulling to one side, the
specification and check nut torque
alignment may need to be adjusted.
(proper torque is 79-94 lbf·ft [11-13
kgf·m]).
If you notice your vehicle vibrating
when driving on a smooth road, your
wheels may need to be rebalanced.
NOTICE
Only use approved wheel weights or
your vehicle's aluminum wheels may
be damaged.
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Disc brake pads should be inspected
for wear whenever tires are rotated.
Information
When installing an unsymmetrical
tire, install the side marked "outside"
facing out.
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Maintenance
Tire replacement
seriously affect your vehicle's
handling.
• Tires degrade over time, even when
they are not being used. Regardless
of the remaining tread, have the
tires replaced after 6 years of
normal service.
• Driving in hot climates or excessive
loading may accelerate the tire
aging process.
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[A]Tread wear indicator
Compact spare tire replacement
If the tire is worn evenly, a tread wear
if equipped
indicator appears as a solid band
across the tread. This shows there is
A compact spare tire has a shorter
less than 1/16 inches (1.6 mm) of tread
tread life than a regular size tire.
left on the tire. Replace the tire when
Replace it when you can see the tread
this happens.
wear indicator bars on the tire. The
replacement compact spare tire
Do not wait for the band to appear
should be the same size and design
across the entire tread before
tire as the one provided with your
replacing the tire.
vehicle and must be mounted on the
same compact spare tire wheel. The
WARNING
compact spare tire is not designed to
To reduce the risk of death or serious
be mounted on a regular size wheel,
injury:
and the compact spare tire wheel is
• Replace tires that are worn, show
not designed for mounting a regular
uneven wear, or are damaged.
size tire.
Worn tires may cause loss of
braking effectiveness, steering
WARNING
control, and traction.
The normal size tire should be
• Always replace tires with the same
repaired or replaced as soon as
size as each tire that was originally
possible to avoid failure of the spare
supplied with this vehicle. Using
and loss of vehicle control resulting in
tires and wheels other than the
a collision.
recommended sizes may cause
The compact spare tire is for
unusual handling characteristics,
emergency use only. Do not operate
poor vehicle control, or negatively
your vehicle over 50 mph (80 km/h)
affect your vehicle's Anti-Lock
when using the compact spare tire.
Brake System (ABS).
• When replacing tires (or wheels), it
is recommended to replace the two
front or two rear tires (or wheels) as
a pair. Replacing just one tire may
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Wheel replacement
When replacing the metal wheels for
any reason, make sure the new
wheels are equivalent to the original
factory units in diameter, rim width,
and offset.
Tire traction
Tire traction can be reduced if you
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drive on worn tires or the tires that
are improperly inflated, or on slippery
1. Manufacturer or brand name
road surfaces. Replace the tires when
Manufacturer or brand name is
tread wear indicators appear. To
shown.
reduce the possibility of losing
control, slow down whenever there is
rain, snow, or ice on the road.
2. Tire size designation
A tire's sidewall is marked with a tire
size designation. You need this
Tire maintenance
information when selecting
In addition to proper inflation, correct
replacement tires for your vehicle.
wheel alignment helps decrease the
The following explains what the
tire wear. If you find a tire is worn
letters and numbers in the tire size
unevenly, have your dealer check the
designation mean.
wheel alignment. When you have
Example tire size designation:
new tires installed, make sure they
are balanced. This may increase ride
(These numbers are provided as an
comfort and tire life. Additionally, a
example only. Your tire size
tire must always be rebalanced if it is
designator may vary depending on
removed from the wheel.
your vehicle.)
215/60 R17 98W
Tire sidewall labeling
215: Tire width in millimeters.
This information identifies and
60: Aspect ratio. The tire's section
describes the fundamental
height as a percentage of its width.
characteristics of the tire and also
provides the tire identification
R: Tire construction code (Radial).
number (TIN) for safety standard
17: Rim diameter in inches.
certification. The TIN can be used to
98: Load Index, a numerical code
identify the tire in case of a recall.
associated with the maximum load
the tire can carry.
W: Speed Rating Symbol. See the
speed rating chart in this section for
additional information.
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Maintenance
Wheel size designation
3. Checking tire life (TIN: Tire
Identification Number)
Wheels are also marked with
important information that you need
Any tires that are over six years old,
if you ever have to replace one.
based on the manufacturing date,
(including the spare tire) must be
Example wheel size designation:
replaced by new ones. You can find
the manufacturing date on the tire
7.5J X 19
sidewall (possibly on the inside of the
7.5: Rim width in inches.
wheel), displaying the DOT Code. The
J: Rim contour designation.
DOT Code is a series of numbers on a
19: Rim diameter in inches.
tire consisting of numbers and
English letters. The manufacturing
Tire speed ratings
date is designated by the last four
digits (characters) of the DOT code.
The chart below lists many of the
different speed ratings currently
DOT: XXXX XXXX OOOO
being used for passenger vehicle
tires. The speed rating is part of the
The front part of the DOT shows a
tire size designation on the sidewall
plant code number, tire size and
of the tire. This symbol corresponds
tread pattern and the last four
to that tire's designed maximum safe
numbers indicate week and year
operating speed.
manufactured.
For example:
Speed Rating
Maximum Speed
DOT XXXX XXXX 1523 represents that
Symbol
the tire was produced in the 15th
week of 2023.
S
112 mph (180 km/h)
T
118 mph (190 km/h)
4. Tire ply composition and material
The number of layers or plies of
H
130 mph (210 km/h)
rubber-coated fabric in the tire. Tire
V
149 mph (240 km/h)
manufacturers also must indicate the
materials in the tire, which include
W
168 mph (270 km/h)
steel, nylon, polyester, and others.
The letter "R" means radial ply
Y
186 mph (300 km/h)
construction. The letter "D" means
diagonal or bias ply construction; and
the letter "B" means belted-bias ply
construction.
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5. Maximum permissible inflation
Uniform tire quality grading
pressure
Quality grades can be found where
This number is the greatest amount
applicable on the tire sidewall
of air pressure that should be put in
between tread shoulder and
the tire. Do not exceed the maximum
maximum section width.
permissible inflation pressure. Refer
For example:
to the Tire and Loading Information
TREADWEAR 200
label for recommended inflation
pressure.
TRACTION AA
TEMPERATURE A
6. Maximum load rating
Tread wear
This number indicates the maximum
load in kilograms and pounds that
The tread wear grade is a
can be carried by the tire. When
comparative rating based on the
replacing the tires on the vehicle,
wear rate of the tire when tested
always use a tire that has the same
under controlled conditions on a
load rating as the factory installed
specified government test course.
tire.
For example, a tire graded 150 would
wear one-and-a-half times (1½) as
well on the government course as a
7. DOT Tire Quality Grading (U.S.
tire graded 100.
Vehicles)
The relative performance of tires
The tires on your vehicle meet all U.S.
depends upon the actual conditions
Federal Safety Requirements. All tires
of their use, however, and may depart
are also graded for treadwear,
significantly from the norm due to
traction, and temperature
variations in driving habits, service
performance according to
practices, and differences in road
Department of Transportation (DOT)
characteristics and climate.
standards.
These grades are molded on the
sidewalls of passenger vehicle tires.
The tires available as standard or
optional equipment on your vehicle
may vary depending on the grade.
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Maintenance
Traction - AA, A, B & C
WARNING
The traction grades, from highest to
The temperature grade for this tire is
lowest, are AA, A, B, and C. Those
established for a tire that is properly
grades represent the tire's ability to
inflated and not overloaded.
stop on wet pavement as measured
Excessive speed, under-inflation,
under controlled conditions on
over-inflation, or excessive loading,
specified government test surfaces
either separately or in combination,
of asphalt and concrete. A tire
may cause heat build-up and
marked C may have poor traction
possible sudden tire failure.
performance.
WARNING
Tire terminology and
The traction grade assigned to this
definitions
tire is based on straight ahead
braking traction tests, and does not
include acceleration, cornering,
Air pressure
hydroplaning, or peak traction
The amount of air inside the tire
characteristics.
pressing outward on the tire. Air
pressure is expressed in pounds per
square inch (psi) or kilopascal (kPa).
Temperature - A, B & C
The temperature grades are A (the
Accessory weight
highest), B and C representing the
This means the combined weight of
tire's resistance to the generation of
optional accessories. Some examples
heat and its ability to dissipate heat
of optional accessories are automatic
when tested under controlled
transmission, power seats, and air
conditions on a specified indoor
conditioning.
laboratory test wheel.
Sustained high temperature may
Aspect ratio
cause the material of the tire to
The relationship of a tire's height to
degenerate and reduce tire life, and
its width.
excessive temperature may lead to
sudden tire failure. The grade C
corresponds to a level of
Belt
performance that all passenger car
A rubber coated layer of cords that is
tires must meet the Federal Motor
located between the plies and the
Vehicle Safety Standard No. 109.
tread. Cords may be made from steel
Grades A and B represent higher
or other reinforcing materials.
levels of performance on the
laboratory test wheel than the
Bead
minimum required by law.
The tire bead contains steel wires
wrapped by steel cords that hold the
tire onto the rim.
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Bias ply tire
Intended outboard sidewall
A pneumatic tire in which the plies
The side of an asymmetrical tire, that
are laid at alternate angles less than
must always face outward when
90 degrees to the centerline of the
mounted on a vehicle.
tread.
Kilopascal (kPa)
Cold tire pressure
The metric unit for air pressure.
The amount of air pressure in a tire,
measured in pounds per square inch
Light Truck (LT) tire
(psi) or kilopascals (kPa) before a tire
A tire designated by its manufacturer
has built up heat from driving.
as primarily intended for use on
lightweight trucks or multipurpose
Curb weight
passenger vehicles.
This means the weight of a motor
vehicle with standard and optional
Load ratings
equipment including the maximum
The maximum load that a tire is rated
capacity of fuel, oil and coolant, but
to carry for a given inflation pressure.
without passengers and cargo.
Load index
DOT markings
An assigned number ranging from 1 to
A code molded into the sidewall of a
279 that corresponds to the load
tire signifying that the tire is in
carrying capacity of a tire.
compliance with the U.S. Department
of Transportation motor vehicle
safety standards. The DOT code
Maximum inflation pressure
includes the Tire Identification
The maximum air pressure to which a
Number (TIN), an alphanumeric
cold tire may be inflated. The
designator which can also identify
maximum air pressure is molded onto
the tire manufacturer, production
the sidewall.
plant, brand and date of production.
Maximum load rating
GVWR
The load rating for a tire at the
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
maximum permissible inflation
pressure for that tire.
GAWR FRT
Gross Axle Weight Rating for the
Maximum loaded vehicle weight
Front Axle.
The sum of curb weight; accessory
weight; vehicle capacity weight; and
production options weight.
GAWR RR
Gross Axle Weight Rating for the Rear
axle.
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Maintenance
Normal occupant weight
including heavy duty breaks, ride
The number of occupants a vehicle is
levelers, roof rack, heavy duty
designed to seat multiplied by 150
battery, and special trim.
lbs. (68 kg).
Recommended inflation pressure
Occupant distribution
Vehicle manufacturer's
Designated seating positions.
recommended tire inflation pressure
as shown on the tire placard.
Outward facing sidewall
Radial ply tire
An asymmetrical tire has a particular
side that faces outward when
A pneumatic tire in which the ply
mounted on a vehicle. The outward
cords that extend to the beads are
facing sidewall bears white lettering
laid at 90 degrees to the centerline of
or bears manufacturer, brand, and/or
the tread.
model name molding that is higher or
deeper than the same moldings on
Rim
the inner facing sidewall.
A metal support for a tire and upon
which the tire beads are seated.
Passenger (P-Metric) tire
A tire used on passenger cars and
Sidewall
some light duty trucks and
The portion of a tire between the
multipurpose vehicles.
tread and the bead.
Ply
Speed rating
A layer of rubber-coated parallel
An alphanumeric code assigned to a
cords.
tire indicating the maximum speed at
which a tire can operate.
Pneumatic tire
A mechanical device made of rubber,
Traction
chemicals, fabric and steel or other
The friction between the tire and the
materials, that, when mounted on an
road surface. The amount of grip
automotive wheel provides the
provided.
traction and contains the gas or fluid
that sustains the load.
Tread
The portion of a tire that comes into
Pneumatic options weight
contact with the road.
The combined weight of installed
regular production options weighing
Treadwear indicators
over 5 lbs. (2.3 kg) in excess of the
standard items which they replace,
Narrow bands, sometimes called
not previously considered in curb
"wear bars", that show across the
weight or accessory weight,
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tread of a tire when only 1/16 inches
All Season tires
of tread remains.
HYUNDAI specifies all season tires on
some models to provide good
UTQGS
performance for use all year round,
Uniform Tire Quality Grading
including snowy and icy road
Standards is a tire information system
conditions. All season tires are
that provides consumers with ratings
identified by ALL SEASON and/or
for a tire's traction, temperature and
M+S (Mud and Snow) on the tire
treadwear. Ratings are determined
sidewall. Snow tires have better snow
by tire manufacturers using
traction than all season tires and may
government testing procedures. The
be more appropriate in some areas.
ratings are molded into the sidewall
of the tire.
Summer tires
HYUNDAI specifies summer tires on
Vehicle capacity weight
some models to provide superior
The number of designated seating
performance on dry roads. Summer
positions multiplied by 150 lbs. (68
tire performance is substantially
kg) plus the rated cargo and luggage
reduced in snow and ice. Summer
load.
tires do not have the tire traction
rating M+S (Mud and Snow) on the
tire side wall. If you plan to operate
Vehicle maximum load on the tire
your vehicle in snowy or icy
Load on an individual tire due to curb
conditions, use snow tires or all
and accessory weight plus maximum
season tires on all four wheels.
occupant and cargo weight.
Vehicle normal load on the tire
Snow tires
Load on an individual tire that is
If you equip your car with snow tires,
determined by distributing to each
they should be the same size and
axle its share of the curb weight,
have the same load capacity as the
accessory weight, and normal
original tires. Snow tires should be
occupant weight and dividing by 2.
installed on all four wheels;
otherwise, poor handling may result.
Snow tires should carry 4 psi (28 kPa)
Vehicle placard
more air pressure than the pressure
A label permanently attached to a
recommended for the standard tires
vehicle showing the original
on the tire label on the driver's side of
equipment tire size and
the center pillar, or up to the
recommended inflation pressure.
maximum pressure shown on the tire
sidewall, whichever is less. Do not
drive faster than 75 mph (120 km/h)
when your vehicle is equipped with
snow tires.
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Maintenance
Radial-Ply Tires
Low aspect ratio tires
Radial-ply tires provide improved
The aspect ratio is lower than 50 on
tread life, road hazard resistance and
low aspect ratio tires.
smoother high speed ride. The
Because low aspect ratio tires are
radial-ply tires used on this vehicle
optimized for handling and braking,
are of belted construction, and are
their sidewall is a little stiffer than a
selected to complement the ride and
standard tire. Also low aspect ratio
handling characteristics of your
tires tend to be wider and
vehicle. Radial-ply tires have the
consequently have a greater contact
same load carrying capacity, as
patch with the road surface. In some
bias-ply or bias belted tires of the
instances they may generate more
same size, and use the same
road noise compared with standard
recommended inflation pressure.
tires.
Mixing of radial-ply tires with bias-ply
or bias belted tires is not
CAUTION
recommended. Any combinations of
Low aspect wheels and tires are
radial-ply and bias-ply or bias belted
easily damaged. To reduce the risk of
tires when used on the same vehicle
damage:
will seriously deteriorate vehicle
handling. The best rule to follow is:
• When driving on rough roads,
Identical pairs of radial-ply tires
passing over a pothole, speed
should always be used as a set for the
bump, manhole, or curb stone,
front tires and a set for the rear tires.
drive the vehicle slowly not to
damage the tires and wheels.
Longer wearing tires can be more
Damage is not covered by your
susceptible to irregular tread wear. It
vehicle warranty.
is very important to follow the tire
rotation interval in this chapter to
• Inspect the tire condition and
achieve the tread life potential of
pressure every 1,800 mi. (3,000
these tires. Cuts and punctures in
km).
radial-ply tires are repairable only in
• It is difficult to visually inspect for
the tread area, because of sidewall
tire damage with your eyes. If any
flexing. Consult your tire dealer for
damage is found, contact your
radial-ply tire repairs.
authorized HYUNDAI dealer to
replace the tire.
WARNING
Do not mix bias ply and radial ply tires
under any circumstances. This may
cause unusual handling
characteristics that may cause loss of
vehicle control resulting in an
accident.
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If the electrical system does not work,
Fuses
first check the driver's side fuse panel.
Blade type
Before replacing a blown fuse, turn off the
engine and all switches, and then
disconnect the negative battery cable.
Always replace a blown fuse with one of
the same rating.
If the replacement fuse blows, this
indicates an electrical problem. Avoid
using the system involved and contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
WARNING
Never replace a fuse with anything but
Cartridge type
another fuse of the same rating.
• A higher capacity fuse may cause
damage and possibly cause a fire.
• Do not install a wire or aluminum foil
instead of the proper fuse - even as a
temporary repair. It may cause
extensive wiring damage and possibly a
fire.
NOTICE
Multi type
Do not use a screwdriver or any other
metal object to remove fuses because it
may cause a short circuit and damage the
system.
A vehicle's electrical system is protected
from electrical overload damage by fuses.
This vehicle has 2 (or 3) fuse panels, one
located in the driver's side panel bolster,
the other in the engine compartment.
If any of your vehicle's lights, accessories,
or controls do not work, check the
appropriate circuit fuse. If a fuse has
blown, the element inside the fuse is
melted or broken.
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Maintenance
Instrument panel fuse
If the headlights or other electrical
components do not work and the fuses
replacement
are undamaged, check the fuse panel in
1. Turn off the vehicle.
the engine compartment.
2. Turn off all other switches.
3. Open the fuse panel cover.
Engine compartment panel
fuse replacement
Blade fuse / Cartridge fuse
1. Turn off the vehicle.
2. Turn off all other switches.
3. Remove the fuse panel cover by
pressing the tap and pulling up.
4. Refer to the label on the inside of the
2C_InstrumentPanelFuseReplacement
fuse panel cover to locate the
4. Refer to the label on the inside of the
suspected fuse location.
fuse panel cover to locate the
Blade type
suspected fuse location.
2C_EngineRoomFuseReplacement_2
Cartridge type
2C_EngineRoomFuseReplacement
5. Pull the suspected fuse straight out.
Use the removal tool (1) provided in the
engine compartment fuses panel
cover.
6.Check the removed fuse and replace it
if it is blown. Spare fuses are provided in
the instrument panel fuse panels (or in
the engine compartment fuse panel).
7. Push in a new fuse of the same rating,
and make sure it fits tightly in the clips.
2C_EngineRoomFuseReplacement_3
If it is not tight, contact an authorized
5. Pull the suspected fuse straight out.
HYUNDAI dealer.
Use the removal tool (1) provided in the
In an emergency, if you do not have a
engine compartment fuses panel
spare fuse, use a fuse of the same rating
cover.
from a circuit you may not need for
operating the vehicle.
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6.Check the removed fuse and replace it
if it is blown. To remove or insert the
fuse, use the fuse puller in the engine
compartment fuse panel.
7. Push in a new fuse of the same rating,
and make sure it fits tightly in the clips.
If it is not tight, have your vehicle be
inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
NOTICE
Always securely install the fuse panel
cover. Water may contact the fuse and
cause an electrical failure.
Multi fuse
2C_MultiTypeMainFuse
If the multi fuse or midi fuse is blown,
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Information
If the multi fuse is blown, consult an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Maintenance
Fuse/relay panel description
Instrument panel fuse panel
2C_InstrumentPanelFuseLabel
Inside the fuse panel cover, you can find the fuse/relay label describing fuse/relay names
and ratings.
Information
Not all fuse panel descriptions in this manual may be applicable to your vehicle. When
you inspect the fuse panel on your vehicle, refer to the fuse panel label in your vehicle.
1C_InstrumentPanelFuseLabel_2
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Instrument panel fuse panel
Fuse
Fuse Name
Circuit Protected
Rating
E/R Junction Block (PTC Heater Relay), A/C Control Module,
A/C2
7.5A
A/C Switch
BRAKE SWITCH
7.5A
BDC, Stop Lamp Switch
Cluster Unit, A/C Switch, Mood Lamp Unit, Mood Lamp
MEMORY
10A
(Driver/Passenger), A/C Control Module, DC-DC Converter,
Driver/Passenger Door Mood Lamp, ADAS Unit (Parking)
E-SHIFTE3
10A
Electronic ATM Lever, SCU
Driver/Passenger Power Outside Mirror, Driver Door
Module, Driver IMS Control Module, Rain Sensor, Start/Stop
MODULE7
10A
Button, Driver/Passenger Smart Key Outside Handle, Data
Link Connector, Hazard Switch, Crash Pad Switch (Upper),
Multifunction Switch, E/R Junction Block (Blower Relay)
E-SHIFTER2
10A
Electronic ATM Lever, SCU
SPARE (IG2)
10A
Standby Power
CCU
10A
CCU
wireless DCU
7.5A
DCU
BDC2
7.5A
BDC
MODULE2
10A
CCU, Stop Lamp Switch
SPARE (B+)
7.5A
Standby Power
CHILD LOCK
15A
Not Used
MULTIMEDIA
25A
CCNC Head Unit, DC-DC Converter
ATM Shift Lever IND., AMP, Driver IMS Control Module,
DC-DC Converter, CCNS Head Unit, Data Link Connector,
MODULE4
10A
Smart Phone Wireless Charger Unit, A/C Switch, A/C Control
Module, Overhead Console, Electro Chromic Mirror
CLUSTER
7.5A
Cluster Unit
MODULE6
7.5A
12V Lithium Auxiliary Battery
TRUNK OPEN
10A
Trunk Relay
SUNROOF1
20A
Panoramic Roof Glass Motor
MODULE8
10A
Driver Door Module
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Maintenance
Fuse
Fuse Name
Circuit Protected
Rating
MDPS
7.5A
MDPS Unit
AMP, ADAS Unit (Parking), Overhead Console CCNC
MODULE1
10A
Keyboard, DCU, CCU, BDC, CCNC Head Unit, DC-DC
Converter
SEAT HTR (FRT)
25A
Front Seat Heater Control Module
Washer
15A
Multifunction Switch
BDC, ATM Lever, Bluetooth Unit #1/#2, Driver/Passenger
BDC1
15A
Door NFC Module
A/C3
7.5A
A/C Control Module
A/BAG1
10A
SRS Control Module, Passenger Occupant Detection Sensor
USB CHR
15A
Front/Rear USB Charger Connector
Cluster Unit, Smart Phone Wireless Charger Unit, A/C
LDC
10A
Control Module, ADAS Unit (Parking), Rear Corner Radar
LH/RH
P/WINDOW
Driver Safety Power Window Module, Rear Power Window
30A
(LH)
Switch LH
MODULE5
7.5A
BDC
AMP
25A
AMP, DC-DC Converter
SUNROOF2
20A
Panoramic Roof Blind Motor
Vacuum Switch, Front Radar, ADAS Unit (Parking),
Multifunction Switch, Rear Corner Radar LH/RH, Crash Pad
MODULE3
10A
Switch (Upper), DCU, Front Console Switch, Front View
Camera (ADAS), AWD ECM
P/SEAT (DRV)
30A
Driver Power Seat Switch, Driver IMS Control Module
P/WINDOW
Passenger Safety Power Window Module, Rear Power
30A
(RH)
Window Switch RH
A/BAG2
10A
SRS Control Module
DOOR LOCK
20A
Door Lock/Unlock Relay, Two Turn Unlock Relay
START
7.5A
BDC, ECM/PCM, E/R Junction Block (RLY.02)
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Engine compartment fuse panel (Engine compartment junction block)
2C_EngineFuseLabel
Inside the fuse panel cover, you can find the label describing fuse names and ratings.
Information
Not all fuse panel descriptions in this manual may be applicable to your vehicle. When
you inspect the fuse panel on your vehicle, refer to the fuse panel label in your vehicle.
1C_EngineFuseLabel_2
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Maintenance
Engine compartment fuse panel (Engine compartment junction block)
Fuse
Type
Fuse Name
Circuit Protected
Rating
E-SHIFTER1
30A
SCU
E-CVVT1
40A
E-CVVT Relay
IG1
40A
PCB Block (ACC/IG1 Relay)
BLOWER
50A
Blower Relay
REAR
50A
Rear Heated Relay
MULTI
HEATED
FUSE-A
ABS1
60A
ESC Module
PCB Block (Engine Control Relay, Fuse : WIPER1,
B+5
60A
HORN, A/C1, ECU2, TCU1)
PDC (Fuse : P/SEAT(DRV), P/SEAT(PASS),
MODULE7, P/WINDOW(LH), P/WINDOW(RH),
B+1
60A
SPARE, POWER TRUNK, S/HEATER(FRT),
E-SHIFTER2)
IG2
30A
Start Relay, PCB Block (IG2 Relay)
ABS2
40A
ESC Module
B+2
50A
PDC (IPS2, IPS3, IPS4, IPS5, IPS6, IPS7)
PTC HEATER
50 A
PTC Heater Relay
MULTI
PDC (Fuse : AMP, SUNROOF1, SUNROOF2, AIR
FUSE-B
B+3
50A
BAG2)
OIL PUMP1
50A
Electronic Oil Pump
COOLING
80A
Cooling Fan Controller
FAN
MDPS
80A
MDPS Unit
B+6
40A
PDC (IPS9, IPS11, IPS12)
PDC (Long Term Load Latch Relay, IPS3, Fuse :
B+4
60A
BDC1, DOOR LOCK, TRUNK OPEN, CCU, BRAKE
S/B FUSE
SWITCH)
TCU3
60A
TCM
AUX BATT
60A
12V Lithium Auxiliary Battery
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Fuse
Type
Fuse Name
Circuit Protected
Rating
AMS
10A
Battery Sensor
VACUUM
20A
PCB Block (Vacuum Pump Relay)
PUMP1
4WD
20A
AWD ECM
FUEL PUMP1
10A
Fuel Pump Relay
FUSE
POWER
20A
Front Power Outlet
OUTLET
HEATED
Driver/Passenger Power Outside Mirror(Defogger),
10A
MIRROR
ECM
E-CVVT3
20A
ECM
E-CVVT2
20A
ECM
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Maintenance
Engine compartment fuse panel (PCB block)
Fuse
Circuit Protected
Rating
WIPER1
30A
Wiper Power Relay
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI : BDC, ECM
WIPER2
10A
Smartstream G2.5 GDI : BDC, PCM
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI : Not Used
TCU1
20A
Smartstream G2.5 GDI : PCM
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI : ECM
ECU2
15A
Smartstream G2.5 GDI : PCM
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI : ECM
ECU1
20A
Smartstream G2.5 GDI : PCM
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI : TCM
TCU2
15A
Smartstream G2.5 GDI : Transaxle Range Switch
A/C 1
10A
E/R Junction Block (RLY.08)
INJECTOR
15A
Injector #1~#4
SENSOR1
15A
Oxygen Sensor (Up/Down)
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI : Not Used
OIL PUMP2
10A
Smartstream G2.5 GDI : Electronic Oil Pump
Vacuum
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI : Vacuum Pump
20A
pump2
Smartstream G2.5 GDI : Not Used
Vacuum
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI : ESP Module
10A
pump3
Smartstream G2.5 GDI : Not Used
HORN
20A
Horn Relay
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI : Variable Oil Pump Valve, Oil Control
Valve (Exhaust), Cooling Fan Controller, Recirculation Valve,
Oil Level Sensor, Purge Control Solenoid Valve, E/R Junction
Block (A/C Relay)
SENSOR2
10A
Smartstream G2.5 GDI : Purge Control Solenoid Valve, Oil
Control Valve (Exhaust), Variable Oil Pump Valve, Cooling Fan
Controller, Oil Level Sensor, Variable Intake Solenoid Valve,
E/R Junction Block (A/C Relay)
FUEL PUMP2
10A
E/R Junction Block (Fuel Pump Relay)
Smartstream G2.5 T-GDI : ECM
ECU3
10A
Smartstream G2.5 GDI : PCM
ABS3
10A
ESP Module
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Fuse
Circuit Protected
Rating
IGN COIL
20A
Ignition Coil #1~#4
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Maintenance
Light Bulbs
Information
Consult an authorized HYUNDAI dealer to
This vehicle is equipped with desiccant to
replace most vehicle light bulbs. It is
reduce fogging inside the headlight due
difficult to replace vehicle light bulbs
to moisture. The desiccant is consumable
because other parts of the vehicle must
and its performance may change based
be removed before you can get to the
on the used period or environment. If
bulb. This is especially true for removing
fogging inside the headlight due to
the headlight assembly to get to the
moisture continues for a long time,
bulb(s).
consult an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Removing/installing the headlight
assembly may result in damage to the
vehicle.
Information
WARNING
The headlight and tail light lenses could
appear to have condensation inside if the
• Prior to replacing a light bulb, depress
vehicle is washed after driving or if the
the brake pedal, shift to P (Park), apply
vehicle is driven in wet weather. This
the parking brake, press the Engine
condition is caused by a higher
Start/Stop button to the OFF position
temperature inside the light and a cooler
and take the key with you when leaving
outside temperature. Moisture that
the vehicle to avoid sudden movement
condenses in the light is removed after
of the vehicle and to prevent possible
driving with the light on. If the moisture is
electric shock.
not removed, have your vehicle inspected
• Be aware the bulbs may be hot and may
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
burn your fingers.
Information
NOTICE
• A normally functioning light may flicker
Be sure to replace the burned-out bulb
momentarily to stabilize the vehicle's
with one of the same wattage to prevent
electrical control system. If the light
damage to the fuse or electrical wiring
goes out, or continues to flicker, have
system.
the system checked by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
• The parking light may not turn on when
NOTICE
the parking light switch is turned on,
but the parking light and headlight
To prevent damage, do not clean the
switch may turn on when the headlight
headlight lens with chemical solvents or
switch is turned on. This may be caused
strong detergents.
by network failure or vehicle electrical
control system malfunction. If this
occurs, have the system checked by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Side repeater light
Information
replacement
Adjust the headlight aim after an accident
if equipped
or the headlight is replaced.
Front light replacement
2C_SideRepeaterLamp
If the side repeater light (1) does not
operate, have the system inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
2C_FrontLampOverview
The LED light cannot be replaced as a
(1) Turn signal light/Parking
single unit. A skilled technician should
light/Daytime Running Light (DRL)
check or repair the LED light, for it may
(2) Parking light
damage related parts of the vehicle.
(3) Headlight (High, Sub Low)
(4) Headlight (Low)
(5) Front side marker
If the LED light does not operate, have the
system inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
The LED light cannot be replaced as a
single unit. A skilled technician should
check or repair the LED light, for it may
damage related parts of the vehicle.
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Maintenance
Rear combination light
until the tabs on the socket align with
the slots on the assembly.
replacement
2C_BackupLampChange2
2C_RearLampOverview_1
(1) Tail light
5. Remove the bulb from the socket by
pressing it in and rotating it
(2) Turn signal/stop/parking light
counterclockwise until the tabs on the
(3) Turn signal/stop light
bulb align with the slots in the socket.
(4) Reverse light
Pull the bulb out of the socket.
(5) Rear side marker
6. Install a new bulb and reinstall in the
If the LED light does not operate, have
reverse order.
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
The LED light cannot be replaced as a
High mounted stop light
single unit. A skilled technician should
replacement
check or repair the LED light, for it may
damage related parts of the vehicle.
Replacing reverse light (bulb)
1. Apply the parking brake and turn off the
engine.
2. Turn off all the lamps and open the
trunk panel.
2C_HighMountedStopLamp
If the LED light does not operate, have the
system inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
The LED light cannot be replaced as a
single unit. A skilled technician should
check or repair the LED light, for it may
damage related parts of the vehicle.
2C_BackupLampChange1
3. Remove the clip on the trunk panel.
4. Remove the socket from the assembly
by turning the socket counterclockwise
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License plate light
Interior light replacement
replacement
Map lamp and personal lamp (LED
License plate light (bulb type)
type)
Map lamp
2C_LicensePlateLampBulb
1. Using a flat-blade screwdriver, gently
Personal lamp (if equipped)
pry the lens cover from the lamp
housing.
2. Remove the socket from the vehicle by
turning it counterclockwise.
3. Push down the connector clip and pull
the connector to remove it from the
socket.
4. Install a new bulb and reinstall in the
reverse order.
If the LED lamp does not operate, have
your vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
The LED light cannot be replaced as a
single unit. A skilled technician should
check or repair the LED light, for it may
damage related parts of the vehicle.
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Maintenance
Map lamp, room lamp, vanity mirror
Luggage compartment lamp
lamp, and luggage compartment
lamp (bulb type)
Map lamp
1. Using a flat-head screwdriver, gently
pry the lens from the interior light
2C_MapLampBulb
housing.
Room lamp
2. Remove the bulb by pulling it straight
out.
3. Install a new bulb into the socket.
4. Align the lens tabs with the interior light
housing notches and snap the lens into
place.
NOTICE
Be careful not to damage the cover, tab,
and plastic housing.
Vanity mirror lamp
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Even prompt washing with plain water
Appearance Care
may not completely remove all these
deposits. Use a mild soap, safe for use on
painted surfaces.
Exterior care
After washing, rinse the vehicle
NOTICE
thoroughly with lukewarm or cold water.
Do not allow soap to dry on the finish.
If you park your vehicle near a stainless
steel sign or glass facade building, the
NOTICE
vehicle's exterior plastic parts such as a
bumper, spoiler, garnish, lamp or side
High pressure water may damage front
view mirror might be damaged due to
and rear cameras, sensors, vehicle trim,
sunlight reflected from the sign or
and boots (rubber or plastic covers) or
building. To prevent damage of the
connectors.
exterior plastic parts, you should avoid
parking in areas where light may be
reflected or use a car cover. (The exterior
WARNING
plastic parts applied to your vehicle may
vary.)
After washing the vehicle, dry the brakes
by applying them lightly while
maintaining a slow forward speed.
Exterior general caution
It is very important to follow the label
directions when using any chemical
NOTICE
cleaner or polish. Read all warning and
caution statements that appear on the
• Do not use strong soap, chemical
label.
detergents, or hot water, and do not
wash the vehicle in direct sunlight or
when the body of the vehicle is warm.
Finish maintenance
• To prevent damage to the plastic parts,
do not clean with chemical solvents or
Washing
strong detergents.
To help protect your vehicle's finish from
rust and deterioration, wash it thoroughly
and frequently at least once a month with
lukewarm or cold water.
If you use your vehicle for off-road
driving, you should wash it after each
off-road trip. Pay special attention to the
removal of any accumulation of salt, dirt,
mud, and other foreign materials. Make
sure the drain holes in the lower edges of
the doors and rocker panels are kept clear
and clean.
Insects, tar, tree sap, bird droppings,
industrial pollution, and similar deposits
may damage your vehicle's finish if not
removed immediately.
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Maintenance
Waxing
NOTICE
A good coat of wax helps protect your
paint from contaminants.
Wax the vehicle when water no longer
beads on the paint.
Always wash and dry the vehicle before
waxing. Use a good quality liquid or paste
wax, and follow the manufacturer's
instructions. Wax all metal trim to protect
it and to maintain its luster.
Removing oil, tar, and similar materials
2C_VehicleWashCaution
with a spot remover usually strips the wax
from the finish. Be sure to re-wax these
• Water washing in the engine
areas even if the rest of the vehicle does
compartment including high pressure
not yet need waxing.
water washing may cause the failure of
electrical circuits located in the engine
NOTICE
compartment.
• Never allow water or other liquids to
• Do not wipe dust or dirt off the body
come in contact with electrical/
with a dry cloth to prevent scratching
electronic components inside the
the finish.
vehicle to prevent damage.
• Do not use steel wool, abrasive
cleaners, or strong detergents
containing highly alkaline or caustic
agents on chrome-plated or anodized
NOTICE
aluminum parts to prevent
Matte paint finish vehicle (if equipped)
discoloration or paint deterioration.
Automatic car wash which uses rotating
brushes should not be used as this can
damage the surface of your vehicle. A
NOTICE
steam cleaner which washes the vehicle
surface at high temperature may result
Matte paint finish vehicle (if equipped)
the oil to adhere and leave stains that is
Do not use any polish protector such as
difficult to remove.
detergent, abrasive, or polish. If wax is
Use a soft cloth (for example, microfiber
applied, remove the wax immediately
towel or sponge) when washing your
using a silicone remover. If any tar or tar
vehicle and dry with a microfiber towel.
contaminant is on the surface, use a tar
When you hand wash your vehicle, you
remover to clean.
should not use a cleaner that finishes with
Be careful not to apply too much pressure
wax. If the vehicle surface is too dirty
on the painted area.
(sand, dirt, dust, contaminant, etc.), clean
the surface with water before washing
the car.
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Finish damage repair
Underbody maintenance
Deep scratches or stone chips on the
Corrosive materials used for ice and snow
painted surface must be repaired
removal and dust control may collect on
promptly. Exposed metal quickly rusts
the underbody. If these materials are not
and may develop into a major repair
removed, accelerated rusting may occur
expense.
on underbody parts such as fuel lines,
frame, floor pan, and exhaust system,
NOTICE
even though they have been treated with
rust protection.
If your vehicle is damaged and requires
any metal repair or replacement, make
Thoroughly flush the vehicle underbody
sure the body shop applies anticorrosion
and wheel openings with lukewarm or
materials to the parts repaired or
cold water once a month, after off-road
replaced.
driving and at the end of each winter. Pay
special attention to these areas because it
is difficult to see all the mud and dirt. It
does more harm than good to wet down
NOTICE
the road grime without removing it. The
lower edges of doors, rocker panels, and
Matte paint finish vehicle (if equipped)
frame members have drain holes that
It is impossible to modify only repaint the
must not be allowed to clog with dirt.
damaged area. The whole part must be
Trapped water in these areas may cause
repainted as necessary. If the vehicle is
rusting.
damaged and painting is required, have
your vehicle maintained and repaired by
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. Take
Aluminum wheel maintenance
extreme care, as it is difficult to restore
The aluminum wheels are coated with a
the quality after the repair.
clear protective finish.
• Do not use abrasive cleaner, polishing
compound, solvent, or wire brushes on
Bright-metal maintenance
aluminum wheels.
• To remove road tar and insects, use a
• Clean the wheel when it has cooled.
tar remover, not a scraper or other
sharp object.
• Use only a mild soap or neutral
detergent, and rinse thoroughly with
• To protect the surfaces of bright metal
water. Also, clean the wheels after
parts from corrosion, apply a coating of
driving on salted roads.
wax or chrome preservative and rub to
a high luster.
• Do not wash the wheels with high
speed car wash brushes.
• During winter weather or in coastal
areas, cover the bright metal parts with
• Do not use any cleaners containing acid
a heavier coating of wax or
or alkaline detergents.
preservative. If necessary, coat the
parts with non-corrosive petroleum
jelly or other protective compound.
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Maintenance
Corrosion protection
Moisture breeds corrosion
Moisture creates the conditions in which
Protecting your vehicle from corrosion
corrosion is most likely to occur. For
By using the most advanced design and
example, corrosion is accelerated by high
construction practices to combat
humidity, particularly when temperatures
corrosion, HYUNDAI produces vehicles of
are just above freezing. In such
the highest quality. However, this is only
conditions, the corrosive material is kept
part of the job. To achieve the longterm
in contact with the vehicle surfaces by
corrosion resistance your vehicle can
moisture that is slow to evaporate.
deliver, the owner's cooperation and
Mud is particularly corrosive because it is
assistance are also required.
slow to dry and holds moisture in contact
with the vehicle. Although the mud
Common causes of corrosion
appears to be dry, it can still retain
The most common causes of corrosion on
moisture and promote corrosion.
your vehicle are:
High temperatures can also accelerate
• Road salt, dirt and moisture that is
corrosion of parts that are not properly
allowed to accumulate underneath the
ventilated so the moisture can be
vehicle.
dispersed. For all these reasons, it is
particularly important to keep your
• Removal of paint or protective coatings
vehicle clean and free of mud or
by stones, gravel, abrasion or minor
accumulations of other materials. This
scrapes and dents which leave
applies not only to the visible surfaces but
unprotected metal exposed to
particularly to the underside of the
corrosion.
vehicle.
High-corrosion areas
To help prevent corrosion
If you live in an area where your vehicle is
Keep your vehicle clean
regularly exposed to corrosive materials,
corrosion protection is particularly
The best way to prevent corrosion is to
important. Some of the common causes
keep your vehicle clean and free of
of accelerated corrosion are road salts,
corrosive materials. Attention to the
dust control chemicals, ocean air and
underside of the vehicle is particularly
industrial pollution.
important.
• If you live in a high-corrosion area -
where road salts are used, near the
ocean, areas with industrial pollution,
acid rain, etc.-, you should take extra
care to prevent corrosion. In winter,
hose off the underside of your vehicle
at least once a month and be sure to
clean the underside thoroughly when
winter is over.
• When cleaning underneath the vehicle,
pay particular attention to the
components under the fenders and
other areas that are hidden from view.
Do a thorough job; just dampening the
accumulated mud rather than washing
it away will accelerate corrosion rather
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than prevent it. Water under high
Interior care
pressure and steam are particularly
effective in removing accumulated
Interior general precautions
mud and corrosive materials.
Prevent caustic solutions such as
• When cleaning lower door panels,
perfume and cosmetic oil, from
rocker panels and frame members, be
contacting the interior parts because they
sure that drain holes are kept open so
may cause damage or discoloration. If
that moisture can escape and not be
they do contact the interior parts, wipe
trapped inside to accelerate corrosion.
them off immediately. Refer to the
Keep your garage dry
instructions for the proper way to clean
Don't park your vehicle in a damp, poorly
vehicle interior surfaces.
ventilated garage. This creates a
favorable environment for corrosion. This
NOTICE
is particularly true if you wash your
• Never allow water or other liquids to
vehicle in the garage or drive it into the
come in contact with
garage when it is still wet or covered with
electrical/electronic components
snow, ice or mud. Even a heated garage
inside the vehicle because this may
can contribute to corrosion unless it is
damage them.
well ventilated so moisture is dispersed.
• When cleaning leather products
Keep paint and trim in good condition
(steering wheel, seats, etc.), use neutral
Scratches or chips in the finish should be
detergents or low alcohol content
covered with "touch-up" paint as soon as
solutions. If you use high alcohol
possible to reduce the possibility of
content solutions or acid/ alkaline
corrosion. If bare metal is showing
detergents, the color of the leather may
through, the attention of a qualified body
fade or the surface may get stripped
and paint shop is recommended.
off.
Bird droppings are highly corrosive and
may damage painted surfaces in just a
few hours. Always remove bird droppings
Cleaning the upholstery and interior
as soon as possible.
trim
Vehicle interior surfaces (if equipped)
Remove dust and loose dirt from interior
surfaces with a whisk broom or a vacuum
cleaner.
If necessary, clean interior surfaces with a
mixture of warm water and mild
non-detergent cleaner (test all cleaners
on a concealed area before use).
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Maintenance
Fabric (if equipped)
NOTICE
Remove dust and loose dirt from fabric
with a whisk broom or vacuum cleaner.
Wrinkles or abrasions which appear
Clean with a mild soap solution
naturally from usage are not covered by
recommended for upholstery or carpets.
warranty.
Remove fresh spots immediately with a
Belts with metallic accessories, zippers
fabric spot cleaner. If you do not pay
or keys inside the back pocket may
attention to fresh spots immediately, the
damage the seat fabric.
fabric may be stained and its color may be
Make sure not to wet the seat. It may
affected. Also, its fire-resistant properties
change the nature of natural leather.
may be reduced if the material is not
Jeans or clothes which could bleach
properly maintained.
may contaminate the surface of the
NOTICE
seat covering fabric.
Using anything but recommended
cleaners and procedures may affect the
Caring for the leather seats
fabric's appearance and fire-resistant
- Vacuum the seat periodically to
properties.
remove dust and sand on the seat. It
will prevent abrasion or damage of
the leather and maintain its quality.
Leather (if equipped)
- Wipe the natural leather seat cover
• Features of seat leather
often with dry or soft cloth.
- Leather is made from the outer skin
- Use of proper leather protector may
of an animal, which goes through a
prevent abrasion of the cover and
special process to be available for
helps maintain the color. Be sure to
use. Since it is a natural product, each
read the instructions and consult a
part differs in thickness or density.
specialist when using leather coating
Wrinkles may appear as a natural
or protective agent.
result of stretching and shrinking
- Light colored (beige, cream beige)
depending on the temperature and
leather is easily contaminated and
humidity.
the stain is noticeable. Clean the
- The seat is made of stretchable fabric
seats frequently.
to improve comfort.
- Avoid wiping with wet cloth. It may
- The parts contacting the body are
cause the surface to crack.
curved and the side supporting area
Cleaning the leather seats
is high which provides driving
comfort and stability.
- Remove all contaminations instantly.
Refer to instructions below for
- Wrinkles may appear naturally from
removal of each contaminant.
usage. It is not a fault of the products.
- Cosmetic products (sunscreen,
foundation, etc.)
Apply cleansing cream on a cloth and
wipe the contaminated spot. Wipe
off the cream with a wet cloth and
remove water with a dry cloth.
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- Beverages (coffee, soft drink, etc.)
Cleaning the seat belt webbing
Apply a small amount of neutral
Clean the belt webbing with any mild
detergent and wipe until
soap solution recommended for cleaning
contaminations do not smear.
upholstery or carpet. Follow the
instructions provided with the soap.
- Oil
Remove oil instantly with absorbable
WARNING
cloth and wipe with stain remover
used only for natural leather.
Do not bleach or re-dye the webbing
because this may weaken the seat belt.
- Chewing gum
Harden the gum with ice and remove
gradually.
Cleaning the interior window glass
If the interior glass surfaces need to be
Interior wooden trim
cleaned, use a glass cleaner. Follow the
directions on the glass cleaner container.
• Use a wooden furniture protector (for
example, wax, coating compound) to
NOTICE
clean the interior wooden trim.
• Often wipe the interior wooden trim
Do not scrape or scratch the inside of the
with a lint-free, clean cloth to maintain
rear window. This may result in damage
the unique wooden textures for a
to the rear window defroster grid.
longer period of time.
• If you spill beverage (for example,
water, coffee) over the interior wooden
trim, immediately wipe it with clean,
dry cloth.
• Sharp objects (for example, driver,
knife), adhesive materials, or tapes may
damage the interior wooden trim.
• Any strong impacts may damage the
interior wooden trim.
• If the coating finish over the interior
wooden trim is removed, moisture may
damage or change wood traits.
• If the interior wooden trim is damaged,
you may get a splinter from the wood
surface. Have the damaged interior
wooden trim replaced by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
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Maintenance
Emission Control System
Crankcase emission control
system
The emission control system of your
The positive crankcase ventilation system
vehicle is covered by a written limited
is employed to prevent air pollution
warranty. Please see the warranty
caused by blow-by gases being emitted
information contained in the Owner's
from the crankcase. This system supplies
Handbook & Warranty Information
fresh filtered air to the crankcase through
booklet in your vehicle.
the air intake hose. Inside the crankcase,
Your vehicle is equipped with an emission
the fresh air mixes with blow-by gases,
control system to meet all applicable
which then pass through the PCV valve
emission regulations. There are three
into the induction system.
emission control systems, as follows:
• Crankcase emission control system
Evaporative emission control
• Evaporative emission control system
system including Onboard
• Exhaust emission control system
Refueling Vapor Recovery
In order to ensure the proper function of
(ORVR)
the emission control systems, it is
recommended that you have your vehicle
The Evaporative Emission Control System
inspected and maintained by an
is designed to prevent fuel vapors from
authorized HYUNDAI dealer in
escaping into the atmosphere. The ORVR
accordance with the maintenance
system is designed to allow the vapors
schedule in this manual.
from the fuel tank to be loaded into a
canister while refueling at the gas station,
NOTICE
preventing the escape of fuel vapors into
the atmosphere.
For the Inspection and Maintenance Test
(with Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
system)
Canister
• To prevent the vehicle from misfiring
Fuel vapors generated inside the fuel tank
during dynamometer testing, turn the
are absorbed and stored in the onboard
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
canister. When the engine is running, the
system off by pressing the ESC switch
fuel vapors absorbed in the canister are
(ESC OFF light illuminated).
drawn into the surge tank through the
purge control solenoid valve.
• After dynamometer testing is
completed, turn the ESC system back
on by pressing the ESC switch again.
Purge Control Solenoid Valve (PCSV)
The purge control solenoid valve is
controlled by the Engine Control Module
(ECM); when the engine coolant
temperature is low during idling, the
PCSV closes so that evaporated fuel is not
taken into the engine. After the engine
warms-up during ordinary driving, the
PCSV opens to introduce evaporated fuel
to the engine.
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Exhaust emission control
WARNING
system
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
The Exhaust Emission Control System is a
Engine exhaust and a wide variety of
highly effective system which controls
automobile components and parts,
exhaust emissions while maintaining
including components found in the
good vehicle performance.
interior furnishings in a vehicle, contain or
When the engine starts or fails to start,
emit chemicals known to the State of
excessive attempts to restart the engine
California to cause cancer and birth
may cause damage to the emission
defects and reproductive harm. In
system.
addition, certain fluids contained in
vehicles and certain products of
Engine exhaust (carbon monoxide)
component wear contain or emit
precautions
chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer and birth
• Carbon monoxide can be present with
defects or other reproductive harm.
other exhaust fumes. If you smell
exhaust fumes of any kind in your
vehicle, drive with all the windows fully
Operating precautions for catalytic
open. Have your vehicle checked and
converters
repaired immediately.
if equipped
• Do not operate the engine in confined
or closed areas (such as garages) any
WARNING
more than what is necessary to move
the vehicle in or out of the area.
The exhaust system and catalytic system
are very hot while the engine is running or
• When the vehicle is stopped in an open
immediately after the engine is turned off.
area for more than a short time with the
To avoid serious injury or death:
engine running, adjust the ventilation
system (as needed) to draw outside air
• Do not park, idle, or drive the vehicle
into the vehicle.
over or near flammable objects, such as
grass, vegetation, paper, leaves, etc. A
• Never sit in a parked or stopped vehicle
hot exhaust system may ignite
for any extended time with the engine
flammable items under your vehicle.
running.
• Keep away from the exhaust system
• When the engine stalls or fails to start,
and catalytic converter or you may get
excessive attempts to restart the
burned.
engine may cause damage to the
emission control system.
Also, do not remove the heat sink around
the exhaust system, do not seal the
WARNING
bottom of the vehicle, and do not coat the
vehicle for corrosion control. It may
Engine exhaust gases contain carbon
present a fire risk under certain
monoxide (CO). Though colorless and
conditions.
odorless, it is dangerous and could be
lethal if inhaled. Follow the instructions
on this page to avoid CO poisoning.
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Maintenance
Your vehicle is equipped with a catalytic
California Perchlorate
converter emission control device.
Notice
NOTICE
Perchlorate Material-special handling
To prevent damage to the catalytic
may apply, See: www.dtsc.ca.gov/
converter and to your vehicle, take the
hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
following precautions:
Notice to California Vehicle Dismantlers:
• Use only UNLEADED FUEL for gasoline
Perchlorate containing materials, such as
engines.
air bag inflators, seatbelt pretensioners
• Do not operate the vehicle when there
and keyless remote entry batteries, must
are signs of engine malfunction, such
be disposed of according to Title 22
as misfire or a noticeable loss of
California Code of Regulations Section
performance.
67384.10 (a).
• Do not misuse or abuse the engine.
Examples of misuse are coasting with
the engine off and descending steep
grades in gear with the engine off.
• Do not operate the engine at high idle
speed for extended periods (5 minutes
or more).
• Do not modify or tamper with any part
of the engine or emission control
system. Have all inspections and
adjustments made by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
• Avoid driving with an extremely low
fuel level.
Running out of fuel could cause the
engine to misfire, damaging the
catalytic converter.
Failure to follow these precautions may
void your vehicle warranty.
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Index
I
Index
A
Accessing your vehicle
5-5
Immobilizer system
5-12
Smart key
5-5
Active Sound Design
6-49
Air cleaner
9-27
Filter replacement
9-27
Air conditioner compressor label
2-19
Air conditioning system
2-14
Airbag - Supplemental Restraint System
3-35
Additional safety precautions
3-55
Airbag warning labels
3-56
How does the airbags system operate?
3-41
Occupant Classification System (OCS)
3-45
SRS care
3-55
SRS components
3-37
SRS warning light
3-45
What to expect after an airbag inflates
3-44
Where are the airbags?
3-38
Why didn't my airbag go off in a collision?
3-51
All wheel drive (AWD)
6-43
All wheel drive (AWD) operation
6-44
Emergency precautions
6-46
Appearance care
9-63
Exterior care
9-63
Interior care
9-67
Automatic climate control system
5-77
Automatic heating and air conditioning
5-78
Manual heating and air conditioning
5-79
System maintenance
5-84
Automatic Transmission
6-10
Automatic Transmission (Rotary gear shift dial type)
6-10
Good driving practices
6-18
Parking
6-18
B
Battery
9-31
Battery capacity label
9-33
Battery recharging
9-33
For best battery service
9-32
Reset items
9-34
Before driving
6-3
Before entering the vehicle
6-4
Before starting
6-4
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)
7-24
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist malfunction and limitations
7-29
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist operation
7-27
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist settings
7-25
Brake fluid
9-25
I-2
I
Checking the brake fluid level
9-25
Braking system
6-29
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
6-36
Auto hold
6-33
Disc brakes wear indicator
6-29
Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)
6-30
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
6-37
Good braking practices
6-41
Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC)
6-41
Power-assist brakes
6-29
Vehicle Stability Management (VSM)
6-40
Bulb wattage
2-12
C
Cabin air filter
9-28
Filter inspection
9-28
Filter replacement
9-28
California Perchlorate Notice
9-72
Center console overview
2-6
Child Restraint System (CRS)
3-27
Children always in the rear
3-27
Installing a Child Restraint System (CRS)
3-29
Selecting a Child Restraint System (CRS)
3-28
Climate control additional features
5-88
Air conditioning auto-drying
5-88
Auto defogging system
5-88
Auto dehumidify
5-90
Recirculating air when entering a tunnel
5-91
Recirculating air when washer fluid is used
5-90
Sunroof inside air recirculation
5-90
Cluster display
4-25
Cluster display control
4-25
View modes
4-25
Consumer information
2-20
D
Declaration of conformity
7-94
Front radar
7-94
Rear corner radar
7-95
Dimensions
2-11
Door locks
5-24
Auto Door Lock/Unlock features
5-27
Child-protector rear door locks
5-27
Operating door locks from outside the vehicle
5-24
Operating door unlocks from inside the vehicle
5-25
Drive mode integrated control system
6-47
Drive mode integrated control system)
Drive mode
6-47
Driver assistance system notice
7-3
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Index
Driver Attention Warning (DAW)
7-46
Driver Attention Warning malfunction and limitations
7-49
Driver Attention Warning operation
7-47
Driver Attention Warning settings
7-47
Dual clutch Transmission
6-19
Cluster display message
6-25
Dual clutch Transmission (Rotary gear shift dial type)
6-21
Good driving practices
6-28
Paddle shifter (manual shift mode)
6-27
E
Emission control system
9-70
Crankcase emission control system
9-70
Evaporative emission control system including Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery
(ORVR)
9-70
Exhaust emission control system
9-71
Engine
2-11
Engine compartment
9-4
Engine compartment overview
2-9
Engine coolant
9-22
Changing coolant
9-25
Checking the coolant level
9-22
Engine number
2-19
Engine oil
9-19
Checking the engine oil and filter
9-21
Checking the engine oil level
9-19
Engine Start/Stop button
6-5
Explanation of scheduled maintenance items
9-17
Air cleaner filter
9-17
Air conditioning refrigerant
9-19
Automatic Transmission fluid
9-18
Brake discs, pads, calipers and rotors
9-19
Brake fluid
9-18
Brake hoses and lines
9-18
Cooling system
9-18
Drive belts
9-17
Drive shafts and boots
9-19
Dual Clutch Transmission fluid
9-18
Engine coolant
9-18
Engine oil and filter
9-17
Exhaust pipe and muffler
9-19
Fuel Filter
9-17
Fuel lines, fuel hoses and connections
9-17
Parking brake
9-18
Spark plugs
9-17
Steering gear box, linkage & boots/lower arm ball joint
9-19
Suspension mounting bolts
9-19
Vacuum crankcase ventilation hoses
9-17
Valve clearance
9-17
Vapor hose and fuel filler cap
9-17
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I
Exterior lights
5-64
Battery saver function
5-66
Daytime Running Light (DRL)
5-67
Headlight delay function
5-66
High beam operation
5-65
Interior button lights
5-67
Lighting control
5-64
Turn signals and lane change signals
5-66
Welcome system
5-67
Exterior overview (Front view)
2-2
Exterior overview (Rear view)
2-3
F
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) (Sensor fusion)
7-3
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist malfunction and limitations
7-11
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist operation
7-6
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist settings
7-5
Fuel filler door
5-59
Closing the fuel filler door
5-60
Opening the fuel filler door
5-59
Fuel requirements
1-8
Fuses
9-47
Engine compartment panel fuse replacement
9-48
Fuse/relay panel description
9-50
Instrument panel fuse replacement
9-48
G
Guide to HYUNDAI Genuine Parts
1-4
H
Hazard warning flasher
8-2
High Beam Assist (HBA)
5-69
High Beam Assist malfunction and limitations
5-70
High Beam Assist operation
5-70
High Beam Assist settings
5-69
Highway Driving Assist (HDA)
7-75
Highway Driving Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-79
Highway Driving Assist operation
7-77
Highway Driving Assist settings
7-76
Hood
5-55
Closing the hood
5-55
Opening the hood
5-55
How to use this manual
1-6
Hyundai Digital Key
5-13
Digital key (Card key)
5-19
Digital key (smartphone)
5-13
Limitations of the system
5-23
Used vehicle/Digital key maintenance
5-23
HYUNDAI Motor America
1-3
I-5
Index
I
If the engine does not start
8-3
If the engine overheats
8-7
If you have a flat tire (With spare tire)
8-13
Changing tires
8-14
Jack and tools
8-13
Jack label
8-18
If you have a flat tire (with Tire Mobility Kit)
8-19
Components of the Tire Mobility Kit
8-21
How to adjust tire pressure
8-25
Introduction
8-19
Notes on the safe use of the Tire Mobility
8-20
Using the Tire Mobility Kit when a tire is flat
8-22
Important safety precautions
3-2
Airbag hazards
3-2
Always wear your seat belt
3-2
Control your speed
3-3
Driver distraction
3-2
Keep your vehicle in safe condition
3-3
Never drink or take drugs and drive
3-3
Restrain all children
3-2
In case of an emergency while driving
8-2
If the engine stalls at a crossroad or crossing
8-2
If the engine stalls while driving
8-2
If you have a flat tire while driving
8-3
Infotainment system
5-99
Antenna
5-100
Bluetooth® wireless technology
5-102
Infotainment system
5-101
Steering wheel remote controls
5-100
USB Port
5-99
Voice recognition
5-101
Instrument cluster
4-2
Cluster display messages
4-21
Gauges and meters
4-4
Instrument cluster control
4-3
Transmission shift indicator
4-8
Warning and indicator lights
4-9
Integrated memory system
5-30
Recalling memory positions
5-30
Resetting integrated memory system
5-31
Seat easy access operation
5-31
Storing memory positions
5-30
While resetting integrated memory system
5-31
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist (ISLA)
7-40
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist malfunction and limitations
7-44
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist operation
7-42
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist settings
7-41
Interior features
5-93
Clock
5-98
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Coat hook
5-98
Cup holder
5-93
Floor mat anchor(s)
5-99
Power outlet
5-94
Sunvisor
5-94
USB charger
5-95
Wireless smartphone charging system
5-96
Interior lights
5-72
Ambient light
5-73
Front lamps
5-72
Interior lamp Auto off
5-72
Luggage compartment lamp
5-74
Rear lamps
5-73
Vanity mirror lamp
5-73
Interior overview
2-4
Introduction
1-2
J
Jump starting
8-4
L
Lane Following Assist (LFA)
7-72
Lane Following Assist malfunction and limitations
7-75
Lane Following Assist operation
7-73
Lane Following Assist settings
7-72
Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)
7-18
Lane Keeping Assist malfunction and limitations
7-22
Lane Keeping Assist operation
7-20
Lane Keeping Assist settings
7-18
Launch Control
6-42
Launch Control Limitation
6-43
Launch Control operation and release
6-42
Light bulbs
9-58
Front light replacement
9-59
High mounted stop light replacement
9-60
Interior light replacement
9-61
License plate light replacement
9-61
Rear combination light replacement
9-60
Side repeater light replacement
9-59
M
Maintenance services
9-6
Owner maintenance precautions
9-6
Owner's responsibility
9-6
Manual Speed Limit Assist (MSLA)
7-37
Manual Speed Limit Assist operation
7-38
Manual Speed Limit Assist settings
7-38
Mirrors
5-34
Inside rearview mirror
5-34
I-7
Index
Reverse parking aid
5-45
Side view mirrors
5-44
N
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control (NSCC)
7-66
Limitations of Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
7-69
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control operation
7-67
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control settings
7-67
O
Open source software notice
2-19
Owner maintenance
9-7
Owner maintenance schedule
9-8
P
Panoramic sunroof
5-51
Automatic reversal
5-53
Power sunshade
5-51
Resetting the sunroof
5-54
Slide open/close
5-52
Sunroof open warning
5-54
Tilt open/close
5-52
R
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA)
7-85
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist malfunction and limitations
7-90
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist operation
7-87
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist settings
7-86
Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)
5-29
Rear View Monitor (RVM)
7-82
Rear View Monitor malfunction and limitations
7-85
Rear View Monitor operation
7-83
Rear View Monitor settings
7-82
Recommended Lubricants and Capacities
Recommended SAE viscosity number
2-16
Recommended lubricants and capacities
2-15
Reporting safety defects
2-21
S
Safe Exit Warning (SEW)
7-33
Safe Exit Warning malfunction and limitations
7-36
Safe Exit Warning operation
7-35
Safe Exit Warning settings
7-34
Safety messages
1-7
Scheduled maintenance services
9-9
Maintenance under severe usage and low mileage conditions
9-15
Normal maintenance schedule
9-11
Seat belts
3-17
I-8
I
Additional seat belt safety precautions
3-24
Care of seat belts
3-26
Seat belt restraint system
3-20
Seat belt safety precautions
3-17
Seat belt warning light
3-18
Seats
3-4
Front seats
3-6
Head restraint
3-13
Rear seats
3-11
Safety precautions
3-5
Seats warmers
3-16
Smart Cruise Control (SCC)
7-52
Smart Cruise Control malfunction and limitations
7-61
Smart Cruise Control operation
7-53
Smart Cruise Control settings
7-52
Smart trunk
5-57
Deactivating smart trunk
5-58
Detecting area
5-59
Using smart trunk
5-57
Special driving conditions
6-50
Driving at night
6-51
Driving in flooded areas
6-52
Driving in the rain
6-51
Hazardous driving conditions
6-50
Highway driving
6-52
Rocking the vehicle
6-50
Smooth cornering
6-51
Steering wheel
5-32
Haptic warning/Steering wheel vibration warning
5-34
Horn
5-34
Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS)
5-32
Tilt/Telescopic steering
5-33
Steering wheel control overview
2-8
Storage compartment
5-92
Center console storage
5-92
Glove box
5-92
T
Theft-alarm system
5-28
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
8-8
Changing a tire with TPMS
8-12
Check tire pressure
8-9
Low tire pressure indicator
8-10
Low tire pressure position and tire pressure telltale
8-10
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
8-9
TPMS malfunction indicator
8-11
Tire specification and pressure label
2-18
Tires and wheels
2-13, 9-35
All Season tires
9-45
Check tire inflation pressure
9-36
I-9
Index
Low aspect ratio tires
9-46
Radial-Ply Tires
9-46
Recommended cold tire inflation pressures
9-35
Snow tires
9-45
Summer tires
9-45
Tire care
9-35
Tire maintenance
9-39
Tire replacement
9-38
Tire rotation
9-37
Tire sidewall labeling
9-39
Tire terminology and definitions
9-42
Tire traction
9-39
Wheel alignment and tire balance
9-37
Wheel replacement
9-39
Towing
8-26
Emergency towing
8-28
Removable towing hook
8-27
Towing service
8-26
Trailer towing
6-56
Trunk
5-56
Closing the trunk
5-56
Emergency trunk safety release
5-57
Opening the trunk
5-56
V
Vehicle Auto-Shut Off
6-9
Deactivating conditions
6-9
Operating conditions
6-9
System operation
6-9
Vehicle break-in process
1-11
Vehicle certification label
2-18
Vehicle data collection and event data recorders
1-12
Vehicle identification number (VIN)
2-18
Vehicle load limit
6-57
The loading information label
6-58
Vehicle modifications
1-10
Vehicle settings (infotainment system)
4-28
Setting your vehicle
4-29
Vehicle system OTA update
5-61
Approving software update
5-61
Downloading software
5-61
Preparing software update
5-62
Updating software
5-62
Vehicle weight and luggage volume
2-14
W
Washer fluid
9-26
Checking the washer fluid level
9-26
Windows
5-47
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I
Power windows
5-48
Windshield defrosting and defogging
5-86
Automatic climate control system
5-86
Defogging logic
5-87
Rear window defroster
5-87
Winter driving
6-52
Snow or icy conditions
6-52
Winter precautions
6-55
Wiper blades
9-29
Blade inspection
9-29
Blade replacement
9-30
Wipers and washers
5-74
Windshield washers
5-76
Windshield wipers
5-74
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