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Instrument Cluster
Low washer fluid (if equipped)
Engine overheated
This message appears if the washer fluid
This message appears when the engine
level in the reservoir is nearly empty.
coolant temperature is above 248 °F (120
°C). The engine is overheated and may
Have the washer fluid reservoir refilled.
be damaged.
Low fuel
If your vehicle is overheated, refer to the
“Overheating” section in Chapter 8.
This message appears if the fuel tank is
almost out of fuel.
Check headlight
When this message appears, the low fuel
This message appears if the headlights
level warning light on the cluster comes
are not operating properly. Replace the
on.
burned out bulb with a new one with the
Refuel as soon as possible.
same wattage rating.
Low engine oil
Check turn signal
This warning message appears when the
This message appears if the turn signal
engine oil level should be checked.
light is not operating properly.
Slowly pour the recommended oil into a
Replace the burned out bulb with a new
funnel.
one with the same wattage rating.
Refer to the "Recommended Lubricants
and Capacities“ section in Chapter 10.
Check headlight LED (if equipped)
Do not overfill the engine oil. Make sure
This message appears if there is a
the oil level is not above F (Full) on the
problem with the LED headlight. Have
dipstick.
the vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
WARNING
When the engine oil level warning
message appears, it is necessary to
check if you have replaced the Engine oil
according to the maintenance schedule
in chapter 9. If it has not been checked
and followed, the engine oil must be
replaced first.
Information
After a refill, if you travel about 18-37
miles (30-60 km) after an engine warm-
up is finished, the warning message
should disappear. If the warning
message remains displayed, have the
vehicle inspected by an authorized
HYUDNAI dealer as soon as possible.
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CLUSTER DISPLAY
Cluster Display Control
ONX4E040020
Switch
Function
MODE button for changing modes.
,
MOVE switch for changing items.
OK
SELECT/RESET button for setting or resetting the selected item.
Information
If equipped with an infotainment system, only the Settings menu in the infotainment
system is supported and not the instrument cluster.
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Instrument Cluster
View Modes
View modes
Symbol
Explanation
Trip
This mode displays driving information such as the
Computer
tripmeter, fuel economy, etc.
Turn By Turn
This mode displays the navigation guidance.
(TBT)
This mode displays:
- Lane Keeping Assist
Smart Cruise Control
Lane Following Assist
Driving Assist
Highway Driving Assist
- Driver Attention Warning
- AWD driving force distribution
- Tire pressure
User Settings
In this mode, you can change settings for doors, lights, etc.
The Master Warning mode displays warning messages
Master
related to the vehicle when one or more systems are not
Warning
operating normally.
The information provided may differ depending on which functions are available on
your vehicle.
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Trip computer mode
Driving Assist mode
OTMA060011
ONX4040013
The trip computer mode displays
LKA/SCC/LFA/HDA
information related to the vehicle driving
Displays the state of Lane Keeping Assist,
parameters including fuel economy,
Smart Cruise Control, Lane Following
tripmeter information, and vehicle
Assist and Highway Driving Assist.
speed.
For more information, refer to each
For more information, refer to the "Trip
system information in Chapter 7.
Computer" section in this chapter.
Turn By Turn (TBT) mode
ONX4E071174L
Driver Attention Warning
OIK047147N
Displays the state of Driver Attention
Turn-by-turn navigation and distance/
Warning.
time to destination appear when Turn by
For more information, refer to the “Driver
Turn mode is selected.
Attention Warning (DAW)” section in
Chapter 7.
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Master warning mode
ONX4040014
Driving force distribution (AWD)
OTM050218N
Displays information related to AWD
The Master Warning Light illuminates if
driving force distribution.
one or more of the following occurs:
If the vehicle is in AWD lock state, this
ś Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
mode does not appear.
malfunction
For more information, refer to the "All
ś Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
Wheel Drive (AWD)" section in Chapter 6.
radar blocked
ś Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
malfunction (if equipped)
ś Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist
radar blocked (if equipped)
ś LED headlight malfunction
(if equipped)
ś High Beam Assist malfunction
(if equipped)
ś Smart Cruise Control malfunction (if
equipped)
ONX4E040023
ś Smart Cruise Control radar blocked (if
equipped)
Tire Pressure
ś Tire Pressure Monitoring System
For more information, refer to the "Tire
(TPMS) malfunction
Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)"
section in Chapter 8.
If the issue is resolved, the Master
Warning Light and the Master Warning
icon are turned off.
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User Settings Mode
Quick guide (Help)
This mode provides quick guides for the
systems in the User Settings mode.
Select an item, press and hold the OK
button.
For more information about each system,
refer to this Owner’s Manual.
Shift to P to edit settings
This warning message appears if you try
to select an item from the User Settings
mode while driving.
ONX4OB041017
Change the settings after parking the
1. Driver Assistance
vehicle, applying the parking brake, and
2. Cluster
shifting the gear to P (Park).
3. Lights
4. Door
5. Convenience
6. Units
These options may differ depending on
which functions are available on your
vehicle.
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Instrument Cluster
User settings
1. Driver Assistance
Items
Description
Warning
Select the warning timing for Driver Assistance system.
Timing
ś Normal/Late
To adjust or set the Warning Methods of the driver assistance system.
ś Warning Volume: High/Medium/Low/Off or 3/2/1/0
Warning
Methods
ś Haptic Warning: On/Off
ś Lane Safety Audible Warning Off: On/Off
ś Leading Vehicle Departure Alert
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate Leading Vehicle Departure
Alert.
Driver
Attention
ś Inattentive Driving Warning
Warning
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate Driver Attention Warning.
For more information, refer to the "Driver Attention Warning (DAW)" section
in Chapter 7.
Select the settings for Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist.
Forward
ś Active Assist/Warning Only/Off
Safety
For more information, refer to "Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA)"
section in Chapter 7.
Select the setting for Lane Keeping Assist
ś Assist/Warning Only/Off
Lane Safety
For more information, refer to the "Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)" section in
Chapter 7.
To adjust the Speed Limit function.
ś Speed Limit Offset
Speed Limit
ś Speed Limit Assist/Speed Limit Warning/Off
For more information, refer to "Intelligent Speed Limit Assist (ISLA)" in
Chapter 7.
ś Safe Exit Warning
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate Safe Exit Warning.
For more information, refer to the "Safe Exit Warning (SEW)" section in
Chapter 7.
Blind-Spot
Safety
Select the settings for Blind-Spot Collision Warning or Blind-Spot Collision-
Avoidance Assist.
ś Active Assist/Warning Only/Off
For more information, refer to the "Blind-Spot Collision Warning (BCW)"
or "Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)" section in Chapter 7.
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Items
Description
ś Parking Distance Warning Auto On
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate Parking Distance Warning
Auto On.
For more information, refer to the "Forward/Reverse Parking Distance
Parking
Warning (PDW)" section in Chapter 7.
Safety
Select the settings for Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist.
ś Rear Active Assist/Rear Warning Only/Off
For more information, refer to the "Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance
Assist (PCA)" section in Chapter 7.
2. Cluster
Items
Description
Select when to reset the fuel economy displayed.
ś At vehicle start
Reset fuel
economy
ś After refueling
ś Manually
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate the Wiper/Light mode.
Wiper/Lights
When activated, the cluster display shows the selected Wiper/Light mode
Display
whenever you change the mode.
Icy Road
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate the icy road warning.
Warning
Welcome
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate the welcome sound.
Sound
Select the theme of the instrument cluster.
Theme
ś Type A cluster: Theme A/Theme B/Theme C
Selection
ś Type B cluster: Link to Drive Mode/Theme A/Theme B/Theme C/Theme D
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3. Lights
Items
Description
Select the brightness for the instrument panel illumination.
Illumination
ś Level 1~20
ś Off: The one touch turn signal function will be deactivated.
One Touch
ś 3, 5, 7 Flashes: The turn signal indicator will blink 3, 5, or 7 times when the
Turn Signal
turn signal lever is moved slightly.
For more information, refer to the “Lighting” section in Chapter 5.
Ambient
Select the brightness for the ambient light.
Light
ś Off
Brightness
ś Level 1/2/3/4
Select the color for the ambient light.
Ambient
ś Polar White/Moon White/Ice Blue/Ocean Blue/Jade Green/Orchid Green/
Light Color
Freesia Yellow/Sunrise Red/Aurora Purple/Lightening Violet
Headlight
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate the headlight delay function.
Delay
For more information, refer to the “Lighting” section in Chapter 5.
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate High Beam Assist.
High Beam
For more information, refer to the "High Beam Assist (HBA)"section in
Assist
Chapter 5.
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4. Door
Items
Description
ś Enable on Shift: All doors lock automatically if the gear is shifted from
the P (Park) position to the R (Reverse), N (Neutral), or D (Drive) position.
(only when the engine is running.)
Automatically
Lock
ś Enable on Speed: All doors lock automatically when the vehicle speed
exceeds 9.3 mph (15 km/h).
ś Off: The auto door lock operation is deactivated.
ś On Shift to P: All doors unlock automatically if the gear is shifted to the P
(Park) position. (only when the engine is running.)
Automatically
ś On key out/On vehicle off: All doors lock automatically when the ignition
Unlock
key is removed from the ignition switch or the Push Button Start ignition
switch is pressed to the OFF position.
ś Off: The auto door unlock operation is deactivated.
Two Press
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate Two Press Unlock function.
Unlock
Power
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate the power liftgate.
Liftgate
For more information, refer to the "Power liftgate" section in Chapter 5.
Power
Select the power liftgate speed.
Liftgate
ś Fast/Normal
Opening
For more information, refer to the "Power liftgate" section in Chapter 5.
Speed
Smart
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate the smart liftgate.
Liftgate
For more information, refer to the "Power liftgate" section in Chapter 5.
5. Convenience
Items
Description
ś Off: The seat easy access function is deactivated.
ś Normal/Extended: When you turn off the engine, the driver's seat will
Seat Easy
automatically move rearward short (Normal) or long (Extended) for you to
Access
enter or exit the vehicle more comfortably.
For more information, refer to the "Driver Position Memory System" section
in Chapter 5.
Rear
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate the Rear Occupant Alert.
Occupant
For more information, refer to the "Rear Occupant Alert (ROA) system"
Alert
section in Chapter 5.
ś On door unlock: The side view mirrors are unfolded and the welcome light
turns on automatically when the doors are unlocked.
Welcome
ś On driver approach: The side view mirrors are unfolded and the welcome
Mirror/Light
light turns on automatically when the vehicle is approached with the
smart key.
For more information, refer to the ''Welcome System" section in Chapter 5.
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Instrument Cluster
Items
Description
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate the wireless charging system in
Wireless
the front seat.
Charging
For more information, refer to "Wireless Smartphone Charging System"
System
section in Chapter 5.
Select to activate or deselect to deactivate the Auto Rear Wiper function.
Auto Rear
For more information, refer to the "Wipers and Washers" section in chapter
Wiper (in R)
5.
ś Service Interval
To activate or deactivate the service interval function.
ś Adjust Interval
Service
If the service interval menu is activated, you may adjust the time and
Interval
distance.
ś Reset
To reset the service interval.
6. Units
Items
Description
Speed Unit
Select speed unit. (km/h, MPH)
Temperature
Select temperature unit. (°C,°F)
Unit
Fuel
Economy
Select fuel economy unit. (km/L, L/100km, MPG)
Unit
Tire Pressure
Select tire pressure unit. (psi, kPa, bar)
Unit
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Trip Computer (Type A)
The trip computer displays information
related to driving.
Information
Some driving information stored in the
trip computer resets if the battery is
disconnected.
Trip modes
ONX4E040020
Drive Info
ś TULS GLstance
ś AverDJH FXHO Economy
ś ,QstanW FXHO Economy
Since Refueling
ś TULS GLstance
ś AverDJH FXHO Economy
ś InstanW FXHO Economy
ONX4E040021
To change the trip mode, toggle the
Accumulated Info
,
switch on the steering wheel.
ś TULS GLstance
ś AverDJH FXHO Economy
Resetting average fuel economy
ś InstanW FXHO Economy
ś Manual reset
To clear the average fuel economy
Auto Stop (if equipped)
manually, press the OK button on the
steering wheel for more than 1 second
when the Average Fuel Economy
Digital speedometer
appears.
ś Automatic reset
To automatically reset the average
fuel economy, select After vehicle
start or After refueling from the
Settings menu in the instrument
cluster or infotainment system.
- After vehicle start: When the engine
has been OFF for 3 minutes or
longer, the average fuel economy
resets automatically.
- After refueling: The average fuel
economy automatically reset after
adding 1.6 gallons (6 liters) of fuel
or more and after the driving speed
exceeds 1 mph (1 km/h).
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Since Refueling
Information
If equipped with a 10.25-inch instrument
cluster, the fuel economy appears in the
center bottom of the cluster.
Drive Info
OTMA040006
After the vehicle has been refueled, the
trip distance M, average fuel economy
N, and total driving time O appear.
To reset manually, press the OK button
on the steering wheel for more than 1
OTMA040004
second when "Since Refueling" appears.
Trip distance M, average fuel economy
N, and instant fuel economy O are
Accumulated Info
displayed.
The information is combined for each
ignition cycle. However, when the engine
has been OFF for 3 minutes or longer the
Drive Info screen is reset.
To reset manually, press the OK button
on the steering wheel for more than 1
second when "Drive Info" appears.
ONX4A042001
Accumulated trip distance M, average
fuel economy N, and instant fuel
economy O appear.
The information is accumulated starting
from the last reset.
To reset manually, press the OK button
on the steering wheel for more than
1 second when "Accumulated Info“
appears.
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Auto stop (if equipped)
Trip Computer (Type B)
The trip computer displays information
related to driving.
Information
Some driving information stored in the
trip computer resets if the battery is
disconnected.
Trip modes
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Drive Info
Displays the elapsed time of engine stop
ś Trip distance
by the Idle Stop and Go system.
ś Average Fuel Economy
For more information, refer to the “Idle
ś Total driving time
Stop and Go (ISG)” section in Chapter 6.
Digital speedometer
Since Refueling
ś Trip distance
ś Average Fuel Economy
ś Total driving time
Accumulated Info
ś Trip distance
ś Average Fuel Economy
OIK047151N
ś Total driving time
Displays the speed of the vehicle.
Auto Stop (if equipped)
Digital speedometer
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Information
If equipped with a 10.25-inch instrument
cluster, the fuel economy appears in the
center bottom of the cluster.
Drive Info
ONX4E040020
B0803EU01
Trip distance M, average fuel economy
N, and total driving time O appear.
The information is combined for each
ignition cycle. However, when the engine
ONX4E040021
has been OFF for 3 minutes or longer
To change the trip mode, toggle the
the Drive Info screen is reset. To reset
,
switch on the steering wheel.
manually, press the OK button on the
steering wheel for more than 1 second
Resetting average fuel economy
when "Drive Info" appears.
ś Manual reset
To clear the average fuel economy
manually, press the OK button on the
steering wheel for more than 1 second
when the Average Fuel Economy is
appears.
ś Automatic reset
To automatically reset the average
fuel economy, select After vehicle
start or After refueling from the
Settings menu in the instrument
cluster or infotainment system.
- After vehicle start: When the engine
has been OFF for 3 minutes or
longer, the average fuel economy
resets automatically.
- After refueling: The average fuel
economy automatically reset after
adding 1.6 gallons (6 liters) of fuel
or more and after the driving speed
exceeds 1 mph (1 km/h).
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Since Refueling
Auto stop (if equipped)
B0803EU02
B0802EU04
After the vehicle has been refueled, the
Displays the elapsed time of engine stop
trip distance M, average fuel economy
by the Idle Stop and Go system.
N, and total driving time O appear.
For more information, refer to the “Idle
To reset manually, press the OK button
Stop and Go (ISG)” section in Chapter 6.
on the steering wheel for more than 1
second when "Since Refueling" appears.
Digital speedometer
Accumulated Info
OIK047151N
Displays the speed of the vehicle.
B0803EU03
Accumulated trip distance M, average
fuel economy N, and total driving time
O appear.
The information is accumulated starting
from the last reset.
To reset manually, press the OK button
on the steering wheel for more than
1 second when "Accumulated Info“
appears.
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Instrument Cluster
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Setting Your Vehicle
ONX4E040028
Vehicle Settings in the infotainment
ONX4050067
system provide user options for the
1. Press the SETUP button on the main
settings including door lock/unlock,
keyboard.
convenience features, and driver
assistance.
Vehicle Settings menu
ś Driver Assistance
ś Cluster
ś Climate
ś Seat
ś Lights
ś Door
ś Digital key
ONX4E040027
ś Convenience
2. Select Vehicle and change the
The information provided may differ
settings for features.
depending on which functions are
available to your vehicle.
Information
The infotainment system may change
WARNING
after software updates. For more
Do not adjust the Vehicle Settings while
information, refer to the user's manual
driving. You may be distracted from the
provided in the infotainment system and
driving task and could colide.
the quick reference guide.
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5. Convenience Features
Accessing Your Vehicle
5-5
Remote Key
5-5
Smart Key
5-8
Immobilizer System
5-15
Hyundai Digital Key
5-16
Digital Key Application
5-16
How to Save/Delete the Digital Key (Smartphone Key)
5-16
How to Use the Digital Key (Smartphone Key)
5-18
When User Changes Smartphone or Deletes Digital Key Application
5-21
How to Save/Delete the Digital Key (Card Key)
5-21
Disabling Digital Key
5-24
Personalized profile and vehicle settings
5-25
Used Vehicle/Digital Key Maintenance
5-27
Limitations of the System
5-27
Door Locks
5-28
Operating Door Locks from Outside the Vehicle
5-28
Operating Door Unlocks from Inside the Vehicle
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Auto Door Lock/Unlock Features
5-31
Child-protector Rear Door Locks
5-31
Theft-alarm System
5-32
Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)
5-33
Rear Occupant Alert Settings
5-33
Rear Occupant Alert Operations
5-33
Rear Occupant Alert Precautions
5-34
Integrated Memory System
5-35
Storing Memory Positions
5-35
Recalling Memory Positions
5-35
Resetting the Integrated Memory System
5-36
While Resetting Integrated Memory System
5-36
Seat Easy Access Operation
5-36
Steering Wheel
5-37
Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS)
5-37
Tilt/Telescopic Steering
5-38
Steering Wheel Heater
5-38
Horn
5-39
Mirrors
5-40
Inside Rearview Mirror
5-40
Side View Mirrors
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Windows
5-50
Power Windows
5-51
Panoramic Sunroof
5-54
Power Sunshade
5-54
Tilt Open/Close
5-55
Slide Open/Close
5-55
Automatic Reversal
5-56
Resetting the Sunroof
5-57
Sunroof Open Warning
5-57
Hood
5-58
Opening the Hood
5-58
Closing the Hood
5-59
Liftgate
5-60
Opening the Liftgate
5-60
Closing the Liftgate
5-60
Emergency Liftgate Safety Release
5-61
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Power Liftgate
5-62
Power Liftgate Operating Conditions
5-62
Operating the Power Liftgate
5-63
Automatic Reversal
5-64
Setting the Power Liftgate
5-65
Resetting the Power Liftgate
5-66
Emergency Liftgate Safety Release
5-66
Smart Liftgate
5-67
Using Smart Liftgate
5-67
Deactivating Smart Liftgate
5-68
Fuel Filler Door
5-69
Opening the Fuel Filler Door
5-69
Closing the Fuel Filler Door
5-70
Exterior Lights
5-72
Lighting Control
5-72
High Beam Operation
5-73
Turn Signals and Lane Change Signals
5-74
Battery Saver Function
5-74
Headlight Delay Function
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5. Convenience Features
Interior Lights
5-76
Interior Lights AUTO OFF
5-76
Front Lights
5-76
Rear Room Lamps
5-77
Vanity Mirror Lamp
5-77
Glove Box Lamp
5-77
Cargo Area Lamp
5-77
Welcome System
5-78
Door Handle Light
5-78
Headlight and Parking Light
5-78
Interior Light
5-78
High Beam Assist (HBA)
5-79
High Beam Assist Settings
5-79
High Beam Assist Operation
5-79
High Beam Assist Malfunction and Limitations
5-80
Wipers and Washers
5-82
Windshield Wipers
5-82
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Front Windshield Washers
5-83
Rear Window Wiper and Washer
5-84
Manual Climate Control System
5-85
Heating and Air Conditioning
5-86
System Operation
5-89
System Maintenance
5-91
Automatic Climate Control System
5-92
Automatic Heating and Air Conditioning
5-93
Manual Heating and Air Conditioning
5-94
System Operation
5-101
System Maintenance
5-103
Windshield Defrosting and Defogging
5-104
Manual Climate Control System
5-104
Automatic Climate Control System
5-105
Rear Window Defroster
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Climate Control Additional Features
5-107
Auto Defogging System on Models with Automatic Temperature Control
5-107
Recirculating Air when Washer Fluid is Used
5-108
Sunroof Inside Air Recirculation
5-108
Auto Dehumidify
5-108
Scheduled Ventilation Control
5-109
Automatic Controls for the Driver Based on Climate Control System Settings... 5-109
Storage Compartment
5-110
Center Console Storage
5-110
Glove Box
5-110
Cargo Tray
5-110
Interior Features
5-111
Cup Holder
5-111
Sunvisor
5-112
Power Outlet
5-112
USB Charger
5-113
Wireless Smartphone Charging System
5-114
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Clock
5-116
Coat Hook
5-116
Floor Mat Anchor(s)
5-116
Cargo Net Holder
5-117
Cargo Security Screen
5-117
Exterior Features
5-118
Roof Side Rails
5-118
Infotainment System
5-119
USB Port
5-119
Antenna
5-119
Steering Wheel Remote Controls
5-119
Infotainment System
5-120
Voice Recognition
5-120
Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
5-121
Using a Cellular Phone or a Two-way Radio
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ACCESSING YOUR VEHICLE
Remote Key (if equipped)
WARNING
Your HYUNDAI uses a remote key that is
Do not leave the Remote Key in your
used to lock or unlock the driver’s and
vehicle with children that are unattended
passenger’s doors or the rear liftgate.
or unsupervised.
Children could unintentionally place the
key in the ignition switch or operate the
power windows and other controls, or
even cause the vehicle to move, resulting
in serious injury or death.
Unlocking your vehicle
Press the Door Unlock button N on the
remote key. The doors are unlocked. The
hazard warning lights blink two times.
OPD046001
Two press unlock setting
M Door Lock
If you press the door unlock button
N Door Unlock
on the remote key again within four
O Liftgate Open (if equipped)
seconds, then all the doors are unlocked.
P Panic
Two press unlock setting can be changed
according to owner’s preference in the
Locking your vehicle
instrument cluster User Settings mode.
1. Close all the doors, hood, and liftgate.
User settings mode method
2. Press the Door Lock button M on the
You can activate or deactivate the Two
remote key. The doors are locked. The
Press Unlock feature from the Settings
hazard warning lights blink.
menu in the instrument cluster.
3. Make sure the doors are locked by
Select: User Settings > Door > Two Press
pulling the outside door handle.
Unlock
For more information, refer to the
“Cluster Display” section in Chapter 4.
Information
After unlocking the doors, the doors are
locked automatically after 30 seconds
unless a door is opened.
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Convenience Features
Opening the liftgate
Using the mechanical key (if
Press and hold the Liftgate Open button
equipped)
O for more than one second. The liftgate
is unlocked. The hazard warning lights
blink two times.
Using panic alarm
The horn sounds and the hazard warning
lights blink for about 30 seconds if this
button is pressed for more than 1 second.
To stop the horn and lights, press any
button on the remote key.
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Information
If the remote key does not operate
The word “HOLD” on the panic button
normally, you can lock or unlock the door
means you must press and hold for more
by using the mechanical key.
than one second to sound the panic
To unfold the key, press the release
alarm.
button. The key unfolds automatically.
To fold the key manually, press the
Starting the vehicle
release button.
For more information, refer to the “Key
Ignition Switch” section in Chapter 6.
NOTICE
Do not fold the key without pressing the
NOTICE
release button. The remote key may be
To prevent damaging the remote key:
damaged.
ś Keep the remote key away from
liquids or any type of extreme heat.
If water or liquid gets into the remote
key or the remote is subjected to
extreme heat, it may result in damage
to the internal circuit. This could void
the vehicle warranty.
ś Avoid dropping or throwing the
remote key.
ś Protect the remote key from extreme
temperatures.
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Remote key precautions
Replacing the battery
The remote key may not work if any of
the following occur:
ś The key is in the ignition switch.
ś The maximum operating distance limit
is exceeded (about 32 feet (10 m)).
ś The remote key battery is weak.
ś Other vehicles or objects may block
the signals.
ś The weather is extremely cold.
ś The remote key is close to a radio
transmitter such as radio station or
airport that can interfere with normal
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operation of the remote key.
Battery type: CR2032
When the remote key does not work
To replace the battery:
correctly, unlock and lock the door
1. Insert a slim tool into the slot and
with the mechanical key. If you have a
gently open the cover.
problem with the remote key, contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
2. Remove the old battery and insert
a new one. Make sure the battery
If the remote key is in close proximity
position is correct.
to your mobile phone, the signals could
be blocked by your mobile phone’s
3. Reinstall the rear cover of the remote
operational signals.
key.
This is especially important when the
If you suspect your remote key might
phone is active such as making and
have sustained some damage or you feel
receiving calls, text messaging, and/or
your remote key is not working correctly,
sending/receiving emails.
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Avoid placing the remote key and your
mobile phone in the same location and
WARNING
always try to maintain an adequate
This product contains a button battery.
distance between the two devices.
If swallowed, a lithium button battery
can cause severe or fatal injuries within
NOTICE
2 hours. Keep batteries out of reach of
Keep the remote key away from
children.
electromagnetic materials that may
If you think batteries may have been
block electromagnetic waves to the key
swallowed or placed inside any part
surface.
of the body, seek immediate medical
attention.
Information
Always dispose batteries in
accordance with local laws and
regulations.
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Smart Key (if equipped)
Locking your vehicle (Button type)
Your HYUNDAI may be equipped with
a smart key that can be used to lock or
unlock the doors, liftgate, and start the
engine.
„ Type A
„ Type B
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To lock:
1. Close all doors.
2. Have the smart key with you.
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3. Press the door handle button or press
„ Type C
„ Type D
the Door Lock button M on the smart
key. The chime sounds and hazard
warning lights blink. Also, the side
view mirrors fold if On door unlock or
On driver approach is selected from
the Settings menu in the instrument
cluster or infotainment system.
4. Make sure the doors are locked by
pulling the outside door handle.
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M Door lock
N Door unlock
O Liftgate Unlock (Manual liftgate)
Liftgate Open/Close (Power liftgate)
P Panic
Q Forward
R Backward
S Remote start
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Locking your vehicle (Touch sensor
Information
type)
ś
The door handle button or touch
sensor only operates when the smart
key is within 28~40 inches (0.7~1 m)
from the outside door handle.
ś
If you lock the door with the touch
sensor, the doors cannot be unlocked
with the touch sensor within 3
seconds.
ś
If you lock the doors using the door
handle button or touch sensor,
the doors are not locked under the
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following circumstances:
- The Smart Key is in the vehicle.
To lock :
1. Close all doors.
- The Button Start ignition switch is in
the ACC or ON position.
2. Have the smart key with you.
- Any door is open (except for the
3. Touch the outer part of the door
liftgate).
handle on or near the handle detent
If this occurs, a chime sounds for
for about 1 second or until you hear
the door locks actuate. The chime
about 3 seconds. Check the vehicle
before attempting to lock the vehicle
sounds and hazard warning lights
blink. Also, the side view mirrors
again.
fold if On door unlock or On driver
approach is selected from the
Settings menu in the instrument
cluster or infotainment system.
4. Make sure the doors are locked by
pulling the outside door handle.
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Unlocking your vehicle (Button type)
Information
Before you leave your vehicle with the
Smart Key, verify that your vehicle is
locked. When using the touch sensor on
the front door handle, listen to hear that
the lock has actuated, and then pull the
handle within 3 seconds to confirm the
doors are locked.
(If it has been longer than 3 seconds,
verify the doors are locked by pressing
the lock button on the Smart Key. You
can hear a single beep.)
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To unlock:
WARNING
1. Have the smart key with you.
Do not leave the Smart Key in your
2. Press the door handle button or press
vehicle with children that are unattended
the Door Lock button N on the smart
or unsupervised.
key. The chime sounds and hazard
Children could unintentionally press
warning lights blink two times. Also,
the Button Start ignition switch or
the side view mirrors unfold if On
could operate the power windows or
door unlock or On driver approach
other vehicle controls or even cause
is selected from the Settings menu in
the vehicle to move. This may result in
the instrument cluster or infotainment
serious injury or death.
system.
ś If you unlock the doors using the
passenger side door handle, all the
doors are unlocked. If you unlock
the doors using the driver side door
handle, either the driver’s side door
is unlocked or all the doors are
unlocked depending on the setting
for the Two Press Unlock feature.
Change the Driver Door unlock
mode by referring to “Setting the
Two Press Unlock feature”.
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Unlocking your vehicle (Touch
Setting the Two Press Unlock feature
sensor type)
You can activate or deactivate the Two
Press Unlock feature from the Settings
menu in the instrument cluster or
infotainment system. Select:
- User Settings > Door > Two Press
Unlock (for cluster type)
- Setup > Vehicle > Door > Two Press
Unlock (for infotainment system type)
Information
ś For more information on the cluster
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type Settings menu, refer to the
To unlock:
“Cluster Display” section in Chapter 4.
1. Have the smart key with you.
ś The infotainment system may change
2. Grab the door handle to activate the
after software updates. For more
door unlock touch sensor. The chime
information, refer to the user’s manual
sounds and hazard warning lights
provided in the infotainment system
blink two times. Also, the side view
and the quick reference guide.
mirrors unfold if On door unlock or
On driver approach is selected from
Setting the door lock/unlock prevention
the Settings menu in the instrument
feature
cluster or infotainment system.
The doors may lock or unlock if the touch
ś If you unlock the doors using the
sensor of the outside door handle is
passenger side door handle, all the
recognized while washing your vehicle or
doors are unlocked. If you unlock
due to heavy rain.
the doors using the driver side door
handle, either the driver’s side door
To prevent unintentional door lock or
is unlocked or all the doors are
unlock:
unlocked depending on the setting
Press the lock button on the smart key
for the Two Press Unlock feature.
and immediately press the unlock button
Change the Driver Door unlock
along with the lock button for more than
mode by referring to “Setting the
4 seconds. The hazard warning lights
Two Press Unlock feature”.
blink four times. At this time, the doors
do not lock or unlock even though the
touch sensor is touched on the outside
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door handle.
ś
The door handle button or touch
To deactivate the function, press the
sensor only operates when the smart
door lock or unlock button on the smart
key is within 28~40 inches (0.7~1 m)
key.
from the outside door handle.
ś
If you do not open the door after
unlocking within 30 seconds, it
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returns to the lock mode.
During a car wash or rain, in order to
minimize unintentional operation of
the touch sensor, the touch sensor
may become insensitive. This is not a
malfunction.
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Opening or unlocking the liftgate
Information
To open:
ś The vehicle must be in P (Park) for the
1. Have the smart key with you.
remote start function to start.
2. Press the liftgate open/close button
ś The engine turns off if you get inside
on the vehicle or press and hold the
the vehicle without a registered smart
Liftgate Open button O on the smart
key.
key for more than 1 second. The
ś The engine turns off if you do not get
hazard warning lights blink twice and
on the vehicle within 10 minutes after
the liftgate is unlocked.
remotely starting the vehicle.
3. Pull up on the liftgate to open. If
ś The Remote Start button may not
your vehicle is equipped with power
operate if the smart key is not within
liftgate, the liftgate is automatically
32 feet (10 m) from the vehicle.
opened.
ś The vehicle does not remotely start if
the hood or liftgate is open.
Remotely starting the vehicle
(if equipped)
ś Do not idle the engine for a long time.
To start the vehicle remotely:
Remotely moving vehicle forward or
1. Press the door lock button on the
backward (if equipped)
smart key. You must be within about
32 feet (10 m) from the vehicle.
Some models are equipped with the
Remote Smart Parking Assist feature.
2. Press and hold the Remote Start
With the smart key, the vehicle can be
button S on your smart key. You must
moved forward or backward remotely to
press the button within 4 seconds
enter or exit a tight parking space.
from when you have pressed the door
lock button. The hazard warning lights
For more information, refer to the
“Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)”
blink and the engine starts.
section in Chapter 7.
3. To turn off the engine, press the
Remote Start button S once.
Using panic alarm
The horn sounds and the hazard warning
lights blink for about 30 seconds if this
button P is pressed for more than 1
second. To stop the horn and lights,
press any button on the smart key.
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Starting the vehicle
Using the mechanical key
Some models are equipped with a
If the smart key does not operate
Button Start ignition switch instead of a
normally, you can lock or unlock the
key cylinder. You can leave your smart
driver’s door by using the mechanical
key in your pocket or purse when you
key.
start your vehicle.
To remove the mechanical key from the
For more information, refer to the
smart key:
“Button Start Ignition Switch” section in
Chapter 6.
Information
If the smart key is not moved for some
time, the detection function for smart
key operation will pause. Lift the smart
key to activate the detection again.
NOTICE
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To prevent damaging the smart key:
Press and hold the release button and
ś Keep the smart key in a cool,
remove the mechanical key . Insert the
dry place to avoid damage or
mechanical key into the key hole on the
malfunction. Exposure to moisture
door.
or high temperature may cause the
internal circuit of the smart key to
Key cylinder (Driver door)
malfunction. This may not be covered
under warranty.
A key cylinder is located on the driver
side door handle hidden behind a plastic
ś Avoid dropping or throwing the smart
cover. Using the mechanical key, push
key.
and hold the key cylinder cover release
ś Protect the smart key from extreme
button located on the underside of the
temperatures.
door handle.
Use the mechanical key inserted into
the release button slot to open the cover
outward. Once the cover is off, the
mechanical key can be inserted into the
key cylinder to lock or unlock the vehicle.
To reinstall the mechanical key into the
smart key, put the key into the key hole
and push inward until a click sound is
heard.
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Loss of a smart key
NOTICE
A maximum of two smart keys can
ś Keep the smart key away from
be registered to a single vehicle. If
electromagnetic materials that may
you happen to lose your smart key,
block electromagnetic waves to the
immediately take the vehicle and
key surface.
remaining key to your authorized
ś Always have the smart key with you
HYUNDAI dealer or tow the vehicle, if
when leaving the vehicle. If the smart
necessary.
key is left near the vehicle, the vehicle
battery may be discharged.
Smart key precautions
The smart key may not work if any of the
Replacing the battery
following occur:
ś The smart key is close to a radio
transmitter such as radio station or
airport that may interfere with normal
operation of the transmitter.
ś The smart key is near a mobile two
way radio system or a mobile phone.
ś Another vehicle’s smart key is being
operated close to your vehicle.
ś The vehicle battery is discharged.
ś Connecting an external device to the
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power outlet and placing the smart
Battery type: CR2032
key near the external device.
To replace the battery:
If the smart key does not work correctly,
1. Remove the mechanical key.
open and close the door with the
mechanical key. To start the engine,
2. Use a slim tool or utility blade to
press the Button Start ignition switch
open the cover of the smart key. Use
directly with the smart key. If you have a
caution not to damage the smart key.
problem with the smart key, contact an
3. Remove the old battery and insert
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
a new one. Make sure the battery
If the smart key is in close proximity to
position is correct.
your mobile phone, the signal could
4. Reinstall the rear cover of the smart
be blocked by your mobile phone’s
key.
operational signals. This is specifically
If you suspect your smart key might have
relevant when the phone is active such
sustained some damage, or you feel
as making and receiving calls, text
your smart key is not working correctly,
messaging, and/or sending/receiving
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
emails. If possible, avoid keeping the
smart key and your mobile phone in the
same location such as pants or jacket
pocket to avoid interference between the
two devices.
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WARNING
Immobilizer System
The immobilizer system helps protect
This product contains a button battery.
your vehicle from theft. If an improperly
If swallowed, a lithium button battery
coded key (or other device) is used, the
can cause severe or fatal injuries within
engine’s fuel system is disabled.
2 hours. Keep batteries out of reach of
When the ignition switch is in the
children.
ON position, the immobilizer system
If you think batteries may have been
indicator should come on briefly, then
swallowed or placed inside any part
go off. If the indicator starts to blink, the
of the body, seek immediate medical
system does not recognize the coding of
attention.
the key.
Move the ignition switch to the LOCK/
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OFF position, then to the ON position
again.
Always dispose batteries in
accordance with local laws and
The system may not recognize your
regulations.
key’s coding if another immobilizer
key or other metal object (for example,
key chain) is near the key. The engine
may not start because the metal may
interrupt the transponder signal from
transmitting normally.
If the system repeatedly does not
recognize the coding of the key, contact
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Do not attempt to modify this system
or add other devices to it. Electrical
problems may occur making your vehicle
inoperable.
Information
To prevent theft of your vehicle, do
not leave spare keys anywhere in your
vehicle. Your immobilizer password is a
customer unique password and should
be kept confidential.
NOTICE
Avoid exposing the key to moisture,
static electricity, and rough handling. The
Immobilizer system may malfunction.
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Digital Key Application
Information
To use Hyundai Digital Key mobile app,
If the Save button is disabled, delete the
install the Hyundai Digital Key app on
previously saved digital key (smartphone
your Android phone from the Google
key) using the “Deleting Digital Key
Play Store.
(Smartphone Key)” procedure in this
Refer to the instructions in the digital key
chapter.
app:
Refer to the tutorial on your Hyundai
Menu > Application Info > Tutorial
Digital Key app and then delete the
previously saved key in your smartphone.
This service is only available for Android
smartphones. Check for supported/
compatible devices on the website.
How to Save/Delete the Digital
Key (Smartphone Key)
Setting Digital Key (Smartphone
Key)
If the Near Field Communication (NFC)
setting is enabled on your phone and
your smartphone screen is unlocked, you
can use the Digital Key feature.
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A : Vehicle authentication pad (Wireless charging
Saving Digital Key (Smartphone Key)
pad)
4. Place your smartphone on the vehicle
authentication pad (wireless charging
pad) with the screen facing up to
begin the saving process.
Once the digital key (smartphone
key) is saved, a message appears on
the infotainment system screen or
instrument cluster.
5. Remove the smartphone from the
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
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charging pad) and then complete the
saving process in the app.
1. Turn on the vehicle with the smart
key and be sure to keep the smart key
inside the vehicle during digital key
registration.
2. Register your digital key (smartphone
key) in the infotainment system. From
the Settings menu, go to Setup >
Vehicle > Digital Key > Smartphone
Key and then select Save.
3. Select the vehicle to save on your
Hyundai Digital Key app and activate
the save mode.
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Deleting Digital Key (Smartphone
Information
Key)
ś If the saved digital key (smartphone
key) information in your vehicle is
deleted while in vehicle maintenance,
the digital key (smartphone key) in
your smartphone must be deleted.
ś For more information, refer to the
tutorial in your Hyundai Digital Key
app.
Information
The following do not allow the saving
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process to be completed:
1. Turn on the vehicle with the smart
ś If the smartphone is removed from the
key and be sure to keep the smart
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
key inside the vehicle during delete
charging pad).
process.
ś If the infotainment system or
2. Delete your digital key (smartphone
instrument cluster screen is changed
key) in the infotainment system. From
during this process.
the Settings menu, go to Setup >
Vehicle > Digital Key > Smartphone
ś If the vehicle is turned off.
Key and then select Delete.
ś If the gear is shifted.
Once the digital key (smartphone
ś If you try to save using a smartphone
key) delete is complete, a message
that is not logged in with the vehicle
appears on the infotainment system
owner’s ID or if you try to save the
screen or instrument cluster.
card key.
ś If the NFC setting on your smartphone
is off.
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ś If the smartphone screen is changed
The Delete button is disabled if there is no
to off or locked status.
digital key (smartphone key) saved.
ś If there is no smart key during the
saving process.
3. Go to the Initialize Digital Key menu
in the Hyundai Digital Key app and
select the vehicle to delete the digital
key information:
Menu > Initialize Digital Key
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How to Use the Digital Key
To lock:
(Smartphone Key)
Place your digital key (smartphone key)
Setting main vehicle
near the door handle authentication pad
of the driver or passenger side door.
You can manage multiple digital keys
from the Hyundai Digital Key app. From
Before you leave your vehicle, check
that your vehicle is locked. When using
the list of digital keys you own, select the
vehicle you want to make your priority
your Hyundai digital key on the front
door handle, listen for the door lock to
vehicle.
actuate, and then pull the handle within
For more information, refer to the
3 seconds to confirm the doors are
‘tutorial’ on your Hyundai Digital Key
locked.
app.
Locking/Unlocking the doors
Information
ś
You cannot lock your vehicle if:
- The Smart Key is in the vehicle.
- The Button Start ignition switch is in
the ACC or ON position.
- Any door is open (except for the
liftgate).
- The vehicle battery is discharged.
A chime sounds for about 3 seconds.
Move the smartphone more than 4
inches away from the door handle
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sensor and then try again.
A : Door handle authentication pad,
ś
When the doors have been unlocked
B : NFC Antenna
using the Hyundai digital key, and
To unlock:
you attempt to lock the doors using
the driver door lock switch, the doors
Place your digital key (smartphone
are locked and then immediately
key) NFC antenna near the door handle
unlocked when you close any door.
authentication pad of the driver or
passenger side door for about 2 seconds.
If you unlock your vehicle from the
passenger side door handle, all the
doors are unlocked. If you unlock your
vehicle from the driver side door handle,
the driver door only or all the doors are
unlocked depending on the setting of
the Two Press Unlock feature. Refer to
User Settings to change the Driver Door
unlock mode.
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Starting the engine
WARNING
Do not leave children unattended in the
vehicle when using the Hyundai digital
key to prevent serious injury or death.
The engine may be turned on if the
registered smartphone key or card key is
placed on the vehicle authentication pad
(wireless charging pad).
Always have the registered digital key
(smartphone key or card key) with you
to prevent the vehicle’s unintended
movement or theft when leaving the
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vehicle.
A : Vehicle authentication pad (Wireless charging
pad)
For more information, refer to the “Push
Button Start Ignition Switch” section in
1. After placing your registered
Chapter 6.
smartphone on the vehicle
authentication pad (wireless charging
Remotely controlling the vehicle
pad), depress the brake pedal and
press the Button Start ignition switch.
To use the remote control feature with
your Android smartphone, Bluetooth
2. After start-up, the digital key data will
must be turned on.
be automatically updated within 5 to
20 seconds, then you can remove the
Remote control connection with digital key
smartphone from the pad.
1. Open the Hyundai Digital Key app
on your smartphone and select your
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vehicle.
When you lock or unlock the doors
2. If your app allows, press the connect
using your Hyundai digital key after
button and use the remote control
reconnecting the vehicle battery or
functions.
charging the battery, it may take a little
longer for the vehicle to authenticate.
Remote control operation with digital key
Hold your smartphone near the NFC door
You can control several functions
handle sensor for a few seconds or until
including door lock/unlock, panic on/off,
the door lock actuation is heard.
remote start/remote stop, and liftgate
Note that if your vehicle is parked in
opening.
an area where cell coverage is weak,
the smartphone digital key can still be
used on for a limited number of times to
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unlock and start your vehicle.
You cannot lock your vehicle using the
After starting your vehicle, it is
Hyundai Digital Key app if:
recommended to leave your smartphone
ś The Button Start ignition switch is in
on the vehicle authentication pad
the ACC or ON position.
(wireless charging pad) until cell phone
service is stronger and digital key
ś Any doors are open.
authentication occurs.
After 5 minutes, the remote control
Once authentication is complete, the
connection is canceled automatically.
wireless charger turns on (wireless
charging LED illuminates).
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Remote start with digital key
ś
When using the remote control
operation and app, the driver (the
Using the Hyundai Digital Key app on
remote control user) must leave the
your phone, press the Door Lock button
vehicle after confirming the doors are
and then press the Remote Start button
locked (the chime sounds once and
(buttons must be pressed within about 4
the hazard warning lights blink).
seconds). If all the doors of your vehicle
are closed (including the hood and the
ś
The remote functions of the Hyundai
liftgate), the engine is automatically
Digital Key app enables the vehicle
started.
to be controlled from a set distance.
If the digital key or the vehicle goes
When the remote start feature is
beyond the operable distance, the
activated, the hazard warning lights blink
remote control function might be
two times and a chime sounds before the
disconnected or canceled.
engine starts. Also note the following:
ś
If the digital key (smartphone key)
ś The climate control system comes on
using the settings that you last used
is too far away from the vehicle, the
mobile phone signal is weak, the
from the vehicle.
Bluetooth connection is poor, or the
ś To turn off the engine, press the
driver with the key goes far away
Remote Engine Stop button on the
from the vehicle, the remote control
Hyundai Digital Key app.
function may not work.
ś The engine remains running for about
ś
If the remote control is used where
10 minutes, and then automatically
the mobile connection is weak,
shuts OFF.
Bluetooth connection is poor due to
ś To keep the engine running, place
several Bluetooth devices, or there is
the smartphone on the vehicle
an object such as metal or concrete,
authentication pad (wireless charging
it may be delayed or the operable
pad) while the engine is still running.
distance may decrease. Do not cover
For more information, refer to the “Push
the smartphone with your hand or
Button Start Ignition Switch” section in
place other devices that may cause
Chapter 6.
frequency interference. It may result
in poor performance.
ś
If the remote control is unavailable,
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use NFC function to lock or unlock the
ś If your windows have metallic window
doors.
tint, it may cause the Bluetooth
ś
Be careful not to unintentionally press
connection to be poor or the digital
the remote control buttons in the
key’s performance to degrade.
digital key app.
ś Only one user must use the remote
control function at a time. If multiple
users operate the remote control
function simultaneously, the
connection between the digital key
and the vehicle may result in failed
commands. Connect and operate the
remote control function by only the
necessary user.
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Vehicle information display
How to Save/Delete the Digital
The Hyundai Digital Key app displays
Key (Card Key)
vehicle information such as driving or
Saving Digital Key (Card Key)
door conditions.
1. Turn on the vehicle with the smart
ś Select the vehicle and touch the
key and be sure to keep the smart key
vehicle image. The vehicle information
inside the vehicle during digital key
page appears.
registration.
ś The displayed vehicle data may
2. Install the Hyundai Digital Key app
slightly differ from the current vehicle
on your smartphone and set up the
condition.
digital key.
For more information, refer to the tutorial
3. Using the Pair Card Key menu in the
on your Hyundai Digital Key app.
app, activate the Card Key registration
mode.
When User Changes Smartphone
- NFC authentication: Enter the NFC
or Deletes Digital Key
authentication menu and touch
Application
your smartphone to the outside
Setting digital key after smartphone
door handle.
change or reset
- Bluetooth authentication: Enter the
If you have changed or reset your
Bluetooth authentication menu and
smartphone, the previously registered
press the OK button.
digital key may not be used. To set up the
digital key again:
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1. Install the Hyundai Digital Key app
ś If you activate the registration mode,
and log in.
complete the card key saving process
2. If you are the owner, try the digital key
within 5 minutes.
save process.
ś If you have not registered the digital
3. If you are the sharer, ask the owner to
key (card key), register the digital key
share the key.
(card key) with two smart keys.
Reinstalling digital key app after
deleting
If you have deleted the Hyundai Digital
Key app, download the digital key app
again:
1. Reinstall the app and log in.
2. Input the PIN number for user
verification.
If the PIN is correct, the digital key data
is downloaded to your smartphone. You
can use it without any further registration
or sharing.
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Deleting Digital Key (Card Key)
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4. Register the digital key (card key) in
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the infotainment system. From the
1. Turn on the vehicle with the smart
Settings menu, go to Setup > Vehicle
key and be sure to keep the smart
> Digital Key > Card Key and then
key inside the vehicle during delete
select Save.
process.
2. Delete your digital key (card key) from
Information
in the infotainment system. From the
Settings menu, go to Setup > Vehicle
The Save button is disabled if the digital
> Digital Key > Card Key and then
key (card key) is already saved.
select Delete.
If you need to save a new digital key
(card key), delete the previous digital
key (card key) using “Deleting Digital key
Information
(Card key)” procedure in this chapter.
ś The Delete button is disabled if there
is no digital key (card key) saved.
5. Place the digital key (card key) on the
ś If the digital key (card key) is deleted,
vehicle authentication pad (wireless
it can be re-registered to the same
charging pad). The process begins
vehicle as long as a new digital key
automatically.
(card key) has not been registered.
If successful, a message appears on
ś If you set up a new digital key (card
the infotainment system screen or
key), the previously registered digital
instrument cluster.
key (card key) is no longer active and
Once a digital key (card key) has been
cannot be re-registered.
registered, it cannot be used with
another vehicle.
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Locking/Unlocking the doors
Information
ś Always take the digital key (card key)
out of your wallet or purse. If the card
key does not touch the door handle
authentication pad or is near other
NFC-enabled cards, it may not work
properly.
ś You cannot lock your vehicle if:
- The Smart Key is in the vehicle.
- The Button Start ignition switch is in
the ACC or ON position.
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- Any door is open (except for the
A : Door handle authentication pad,
liftgate).
B : NFC Antenna
- The vehicle battery is discharged.
To unlock:
A chime sounds for about 3 seconds.
Place the digital key (card key) near the
Move the card key more than 4 inches
door handle authentication pad of the
away from the door handle sensor and
driver or passenger side door for about 2
then try again.
seconds.
ś When the doors have been unlocked
If you unlock your vehicle from the
using the Hyundai digital key, and
passenger side door handle, all the
you attempt to lock the doors using
doors are unlocked. If you unlock your
the driver door lock switch, the doors
vehicle from the driver side door handle,
are locked and then immediately
the driver door only or all the doors are
unlocked when you close the door.
unlocked depending on the setting of
the Two Press Unlock feature. Refer to
NOTICE
User Settings to change the Driver Door
unlock mode.
ś If the digital key (card key) is damaged
or bent, the sensor may not detect the
digital key (card key). If this occurs,
To lock:
contact your authorized HYUNDAI
Place the digital key (card key) near the
dealer for a digital key (card key)
door handle authentication pad of the
replacement.
driver or passenger side door.
ś Be careful not to damage the digital
key (card key) or expose the digital key
Before you leave your vehicle, check
(card key) to extreme temperatures or
that your vehicle is locked. When using
direct sunlight for a long time.
your Hyundai digital key on the front
door handle, listen for the door lock to
actuate, and then pull the handle within
3 seconds to confirm the doors are
locked.
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Starting the engine
Disabling Digital Key
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A : Vehicle authentication pad (Wireless charging
If you do not want to use the digital key
pad)
(smartphone key and card key), disable
1. After placing your registered card key
the function temporarily. Have the smart
on the vehicle authentication pad
key in the vehicle to change the settings.
(wireless charging pad), depress the
From the Settings menu, go to Setup >
brake pedal and press the Button Start
Vehicle > Digital Key > Enabled Digital
ignition switch button.
Key (deselect) in the infotainment
2. After start-up, the digital key data will
system.
be automatically updated within 5 to
20 seconds. Remove the digital key
(card key) from the pad.
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ś If you do not place the digital key
(card key) on the center of the vehicle
authentication pad (wireless charging
pad), the engine may not start.
Remove the digital key (card key) and
then try again.
ś If the digital key (card key) is near
other NFC-enabled cards such as a
transportation card or credit card, it
may not be recognized.
For more information, refer to the
“Push Button Start Ignition Switch”
section in Chapter 6.
ś Always remove the digital key (card
key) from the vehicle authentication
pad (wireless charging pad) after
turning on the engine. If you place the
card key on the wireless charging pad
while driving, the digital key (card key)
may malfunction.
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Personalized profile and vehicle
Precautions for using the vehicle
settings
profile link and unlink
You can set the registered digital key
Be aware:
profiles for Driver 1 and Driver 2. When
ś Profile link can be used with the
you use the digital card key or the
digital key. (Infotainment system:
Hyundai Digital Key app, the vehicle can
Setup > Vehicle > Digital Key > Enable
be set to the user-defined personalized
Digital Keys)
profile (includes items such as driver
ś Profile link information remains
settings and audio preferences).
even when the digital key function is
disabled.
Linking/Unlinking profile
ś Only the smartphone with the
Profile link
Hyundai Digital Key app can be linked
1. Select Setup > User Profile >
to your profile, not the card key.
Profile Settings > Link Digital Key
ś Profile link works only when the
(Smartphone) in the infotainment
smartphone and the digital key are
system menu.
registered to the vehicle.
2. Unlock your smartphone and place
ś Do not remove the smartphone
it on the vehicle authentication pad
from the vehicle authentication pad
(wireless charging pad).
(wireless charging pad) until the
3. Select Link to connect the registered
profile is linked.
phone’s digital key and the user’s
profile.
Driver Profile operation
The profile linked with the digital key
Profile unlink
locks or unlocks the doors when:
Select Digital Key Information from the
ś The profile linked smartphone touches
infotainment system Settings menu to
the driver’s door handle.
unlink a profile.
ś Hyundai Digital Key app is used on a
profile linked smartphone.
Information
Personalization
If you connect both Driver 1 and Driver 2
Item
Operation
with a single smartphone, the digital key
Initial value
Guest
(smartphone key) always uses the profile
settings for Driver 1. If you unlink Driver 1,
Profile linked
the Driver 2 profile settings are used.
smartphone
Linked profile
key
Profile unlinked
smartphone
key
Recently activated
profile
NFC card key
Smart key
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Vehicle personalization with digital key
System
Personalization Item
Lights
Blink number of one-touch signal lights
Information display on the cluster, Voice volume,
Cluster
Welcome sound
Vehicle settings
Seat/Mirror
Seat position, Easy Access
Door
Automatic door lock/unlock, Two Press Unlock
Preferred volume of the navigation system, Recent
Navigation
destination
Infotainment
User preset
My menu list settings, Radio preset
system
Phone
Bluetooth preferential connect
connectivity
CarPlay/Android Auto On/Off
Latest operation setup of the following functions:
Operating
Air conditioning
Temperature, AUTO, air flow direction, air volume,
condition
air conditioner, air intake control, SYNC, Front
windshield defroster, OFF
For more information, refer to the infotainment system manual.
Information
Do not leave your digital key (smartphone key or card key) in the vehicle after
locking or unlocking the doors or starting the vehicle. The doors can be locked using
the switches on the driver’s or the passenger’s doors. Always take your digital key
(smartphone key or card key) when leaving the vehicle.
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Used Vehicle/Digital Key
ś If you use a smartphone cover
that uses wireless communication
Maintenance
or is made of metal, remove the
Purchasing used vehicle
smartphone cover.
Delete Digital Key Settings When
Purchasing a Used Vehicle
The vehicle may not be controlled by
the smartphone if any of the following
If any digital key (smartphone key or card
occurs:
key) is already registered when you press
the Push Button Start ignition switch, the
ś
Other smartphone functions (calls,
message, “Digital key(s) active” appears
urgent call, audio or NFC payment),
on the instrument cluster once. If you sell
apps, or wireless earphones are
your vehicle or purchase a used Hyundai
operating.
vehicle equipped with the Digital Key
ś
The digital key app function such
feature, confirm the message and delete
as basic setting or app launching is
the registered smartphone key and card
limited by the prior policy according
key. For more information, contact the
to the manufacturer.
Hyundai Customer Care Center. If the
ś
If you have changed the smartphone
card key does not work properly, delete
number, modify the user account
the card key, register the smartphone
information on the HYUNDAI
key, and re-register the card key.
customer web site.
ś
If the vehicle owner has changed
Digital key maintenance
the smartphone, register the new
If you need to have your Digital Key
smartphone in the vehicle after
deleting the registered digital key
System repaired or replaced, make sure
(smartphone).
your Smartphone Key is still active. You
may have to pair your phone again using
ś
If a sharer have changed or reset the
the Hyundai Digital Key app.
smartphone, share the key again.
Limitations of the System
Information
Hyundai Digital Key app on the
ś
Do not leave the registered digital
smartphone and card key may not work if:
key (smartphone key or card key) in
ś Hyundai Digital Key app is deleted.
your vehicle. Carry it when leaving the
ś Account login information for Hyundai
vehicle.
Digital Key app has expired.
ś
If you lose your smartphone or card
ś Logged in with another smartphone
key, immediately delete the key on
instead of the registered smartphone
the vehicle’s key menu. For more
with the same user account.
information, refer to the "Digital Key
ś Smartphone rooting or app hacking is
Delete" section in this chapter.
detected.
ś
If your registered smartphone key or
ś Smartphone battery or the vehicle
card key is in the vehicle, the digital
battery is discharged.
key(s) active message appears on the
ś Smartphone screen is off or locked.
instrument cluster.
ś NFC or Bluetooth is turned off on the
ś
If you buy a used vehicle, delete the
smartphone settings.
registered smartphone key and card
ś Smartphone’s mobile network setting
key.
is off or airplane mode is activated.
ś
If the digital key is not working or the
ś The card key is in a wallet or card
vehicle battery is discharged, use the
holder, or overlapped with other cards.
outside keyhole to lock all the doors.
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DOOR LOCKS
Operating Door Locks from
NOTICE
Outside the Vehicle
ś When removing the key cylinder
Using the mechanical key
cover, avoid scratching or breaking
the plastic material.
ś If the key cylinder cover freezes and
cannot be removed easily, lightly tap
on the cover or try to warm the cover
by placing your hands around it and
blowing warm air on it.
ś Do not apply excessive force to the
door and door handle.
Using the remote key
For more information, refer to the
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“Remote Key” section in this chapter.
To unlock:
1. Pull the door handle.
Using the smart key
2. Press the release button M located
For more information, refer to the “Smart
inside the bottom part of the cover
Key” section in this chapter.
with a mechanical key or flat-head
screwdriver.
Information
3. Carefully pull out the cover N while
ś In cold and wet climates, door lock
continuing to press the release button
to remove the cover and expose the
and door mechanisms may not work
properly due to freezing conditions.
key cylinder.
ś If the door is locked/unlocked
4. Insert the mechanical key into
the key cylinder and rotate O
multiple times in rapid succession
with either the vehicle key or door
clockwise to unlock the vehicle and
counterclockwise to lock the vehicle.
lock switch, the system may stop
operating temporarily in order to
Once the doors are unlocked, they can
protect the circuit and prevent
be opened by pulling the door handle.
damage to system components.
Information
Only the driver’s door can be locked/
unlocked using the mechanical key.
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In case of an emergency
Operating Door Unlocks from
Inside the Vehicle
With the door inside handle
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Doors without an outside key hole can be
locked as follows:
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1. Open the door.
Driver door & Passenger door
2. Insert the key into the emergency
If the inner door handle is pulled when
door lock hole and turn the key
the door is locked, the door is unlocked
horizontally to lock.
and opened.
3. Close the door securely.
Rear door - Two pull operation
If the inner door handle is pulled once
Information
when the door is locked, the door is
If the electrical power to door lock switch
unlocked. If the inner door handle is
is not operating (for example, discharged
pulled once more, the door is opened.
vehicle battery) and the liftgate is closed,
you cannot open the liftgate until power
is restored.
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With the door lock/unlock switch
WARNING
„ Driver’s door
ś Always close and lock the doors
while the vehicle is moving. If the
doors are unlocked, the risk of being
thrown from the vehicle in a collision
increases.
ś Do not pull the inner door handle of
the driver’s or passenger’s door while
the vehicle is moving.
WARNING
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Do not leave the elderly, children, or
„ Front passenger’s door
animals unattended in your vehicle. An
enclosed vehicle can become extremely
hot and the elderly, unattended children
or animals who cannot escape the
vehicle may be seriously injured or killed.
WARNING
Always park your vehicle properly.
Depress the brake pedal, change the
gear to P (Park), apply the parking brake,
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move the ignition switch to the LOCK/
When pressing the (
) portion M on the
OFF position, close all windows, lock all
switch, all vehicle doors are locked.
doors, and always take the keys with you.
ś If any door is opened, the doors are
not locked even though the lock
switch M of the door is pressed.
ś If the smart key is in the vehicle and
any door is opened, the doors are not
locked even though the lock switch (1)
of the door is pressed.
When pressing the (
) portion N on the
switch, all vehicle doors are unlocked.
When all vehicle doors are locked, the
indicator lights O on the driver’s door
and passenger’s door turn on. If any door
is unlocked, the indicator turns off.
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WARNING
Child-protector Rear Door Locks
Be careful when opening doors and
watch for vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles,
or pedestrians approaching the vehicle
to prevent serious injury or death.
Information
To exit the vehicle if the power door lock
does not function:
ś Operate the door unlock feature
repeatedly (both electronic and
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manual) while simultaneously pulling
on the door handle.
The child safety lock is provided to help
prevent children seated in the rear from
ś Operate the other door locks and
accidentally opening the rear doors.
handles.
The rear door safety locks must be used
ś Lower the driver’s front window and
whenever children are in the vehicle.
use the mechanical key to unlock the
The child safety lock is located on the
door from outside.
edge of each rear door. When the child
safety lock is in the lock position, the
Auto Door Lock/Unlock Features
rear door does not open if the inner door
Impact sensing door unlock system
handle is pulled.
All doors are automatically unlocked
To lock the child safety lock, insert
when an impact causes the airbags to
a small flat blade tool (for example,
deploy.
screwdriver or similar) M into the slot and
turn it to the lock position as shown.
To allow a rear door to be opened from
inside the vehicle, unlock the child safety
lock.
WARNING
Never allow children to open the rear
doors while the vehicle is moving. They
may fall out of the vehicle. Be sure to
use the rear door safety locks whenever
children are in the vehicle.
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This system helps protect your vehicle
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and valuables. The horn sounds and the
hazard warning lights blinks continuously
ś
Do not lock the doors until all
if any of the following occur:
passengers have left the vehicle. If
a door is opened after the system is
- A door is opened without using the
armed, the alarm is activated.
remote key or smart key.
ś
If the vehicle is not disarmed with
- The liftgate is opened without using
the remote key or smart key, open
the remote key or smart key.
the doors using the mechanical key
- The hood is opened.
and turn the ignition switch to the ON
The alarm continues for 30 seconds, then
position (for remote key) or start the
the system resets. To turn off the alarm,
engine by pressing the Button Start
unlock the doors with the remote key or
ignition switch with the smart key.
smart key.
ś
If the system is disarmed by unlocking
the vehicle, and a door or the liftgate
The Theft Alarm System automatically
is not opened within 30 seconds, the
sets 30 seconds after you lock the
doors are relocked and the system is
doors and the liftgate. For the system to
rearmed automatically.
activate, you must lock the doors and the
liftgate from outside the vehicle by doing
one of the following:
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- Using the remote key or smart key.
- Pressing the button on the outside
door handle with the smart key in your
possession. (available with button
type)
- Touching the touch sensor on the
outside door handle with the smart
key in your possession. (available with
touch sensor type)
The hazard warning lights blink and
the chime sounds once to indicate the
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system is armed.
Vehicles equipped with a theft alarm
Once the security system is set, opening
system have a label attached to the
any door, liftgate, or hood without using
vehicle with the following words:
the remote key or smart key causes the
1. WARNING
alarm to activate.
2. SECURITY SYSTEM
The Theft Alarm System is not set if the
hood, liftgate, or door is not fully closed.
If the system is not set, check the hood,
liftgate, or doors are fully closed.
Do not attempt to modify this system or
add other devices to it.
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Rear Occupant Alert is provided to
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prevent the driver from leaving with any
rear passenger left in the vehicle.
ś The second alert is available for
vehicles equipped with the ROA
sensor.
Rear Occupant Alert Settings
ś If you do not want to use Rear
To use Rear Occupant Alert, it can be
Occupant Alert, press the OK button
enabled from the Settings menu in
on the steering wheel when the first
the instrument cluster or infotainment
alert appears and the second alert is
system.
deactivated once.
Select:
„ Cluster
„ Steering wheel
ś User Settings > Convenience > Rear
Occupant Alert (for cluster type)
ś Setup > Vehicle > Convenience >
Rear Occupant Alert (for infotainment
system type)
Rear Occupant Alert Operations
ś First alert
When you turn off the engine and open
the driver’s door after opening and
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closing the rear door or liftgate, the
"Check rear seats" warning message
ś If the vehicle is started remotely (if
appears on the instrument cluster.
equipped with Remote Start), the
interior movement detection stops.
ś Second alert
After the first alert, the second alert
operates when any movement is
detected in the vehicle after the driver’s
door is closed and all the doors are
locked. The horn sounds for about 25
seconds. If the system continues to
detect a movement, the alert operates
up to 8 times. Unlock the doors with the
smart key to stop the alert.
The system detects movement in the
vehicle for 8 hours after the door is
locked.
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Rear Occupant Alert Precautions
WARNING
ś
Make sure that all the windows are
Even if your vehicle is equipped with
closed. If any window is open, the
Rear Occupant Alert, always check the
alert may occur when the sensor has
rear seats before you leave the vehicle.
detected any movement (for example,
Rear Occupant Alert may not operate
wind or bugs).
when:
ś
The alert may occur if any movement
ś Movement does not continue for
is detected in the driver's or
a certain period of time or the
passenger's seat.
movement is small.
ś
If all doors are locked with a
ś A child is not seated in a child restraint
passenger in the vehicle, the alert may
system.
occur.
ś The detection signal is weak because
ś
The alert may occur if there is an
the signal is obscured by a seat or CRS
impact on the vehicle.
(for example, child is restrained in the
ś
If boxes or objects are stacked in the
forward-facing CRS).
vehicle, the system may not detect
ś Movement is detected in areas other
passengers. The alert may occur if the
than the rear seats.
boxes or objects fall off or move.
ś The rear passenger is covered with
ś
The alert may occur with the doors
a fabric made of metallic substance
locked if the vehicle is pushed or
such as a blanket.
shaken, or washed, or if there is
sufficient external vibration or noise.
ś The sensor is dirty or blocked with
foreign substances.
ś
The alert may occur when there
are metallic or liquid objects in the
ś An animal at the rear seat is not large
vehicle.
enough to be detected by the sensor
or there is hardly any movement.
ś Attaching objects or modifying the
interior ceiling, or the interior ceiling is
deformed or damaged.
ś There are electronic interference
around the vehicle.
ś The external environment and other
conditions are detected.
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Storing Memory Positions
1. Make sure the Button Start ignition
switch is in the ON position and the
gear is in P (Park).
2. Adjust the driver’s seat to the desired
position.
3. Press the SET button. The system
beeps once and notifies you to press
the button to save settings on the
cluster display.
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4. Press one of the memory buttons (1 or
The Integrated Memory System for the
2) within 4 seconds. The system beeps
driver’s seat is equipped on some models
twice when successfully stored.
and allows the driver to store and recall
5. “Driver 1 (or 2) settings saved” appears
the driver’s seat position.
on the cluster display.
Recalling Memory Positions
WARNING
1. Make sure the Button Start ignition
Never attempt to operate the Integrated
switch is in the ON position and the
Memory System while the vehicle is
gear is in P (Park).
moving.
2. Press the desired button (1 or 2). The
system beeps once and the driver’s
Information
seat position is automatically adjusted
to the stored positions.
ś If the battery is disconnected, the
memory settings are erased.
3. “Driver 1 (or 2) settings applied”
appears on the cluster display.
ś If the Integrated Memory System
does not operate normally, contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Information
ś If you press the SET button or the
corresponding IMS memory button
(1 or 2) for which the settings are
being recalled, the IMS temporarily
deactivates.
If you press the SET button or the
number 1 button with the number
1 setting in operation, the IMS
temporarily deactivates.
If you press the number 2 button,
the IMS memory settings activate
according to number 2.
ś If you adjust the driver seat settings
while the IMS is adjusting the seat
and the mirror, the system stops the
adjustments.
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Resetting the Integrated
Seat Easy Access Operation (if
Memory System
equipped)
1. Make sure that the gear is in P (Park)
The system moves the driver’s seat
and the engine is ON, and then open
automatically as follows:
the driver’s door.
ś Vehicles equipped with Driver’s Power
2. Adjust the driver’s seat to the most
Seat and Smart Key
forward and upright positions.
- The driver’s seat moves rearward
3. Press the SET button and push
when the Button Start ignition
forward the driver’s seat switch
switch is pressed to turn the OFF
simultaneously (about two seconds).
position.
4. Release the SET button and the
- The driver’s seat moves forward
driver's seat switch when a beep
when the Button Start ignition
sounds.
switch is pressed to the ACC or
START position.
While Resetting Integrated
Memory System
Seat Easy Access operation may be
limited when the driver’s seat position
A notification sound is heard and the seat
setting is already close to the maximum
is adjusted to the most reward position.
rearward travel position.
Then the seat and seatback move to the
default center position.
You can enable or disable the Seat Easy
Access feature in the Settings menu in
the instrument cluster or infotainment
The resetting procedure and the
system on some models.
notification sound may stop if:
- User Settings > Convenience > Seat
ś The memory button is pressed.
Easy Access > Off/Normal/Extended
ś The seat control switch is operated.
(for cluster type)
ś The gear is shifted out of P (Park).
- Setup > Vehicle > Seat > Seat Easy
ś The driving speed exceeds 2 mph
Access > Normal/Extended/Off (for
(3 km/h).
infotainment system type)
ś The driver’s door is closed.
Information
Information
ś For more information on the cluster
type Settings menu, refer to the
ś If the seat movement or notification
sound stops before the process
“Cluster Display” section in Chapter 4.
is complete, restart the resetting
ś The infotainment system may change
procedure.
after software updates. For more
ś Before resetting the IMS, make sure
information, refer to the user’s manual
provided in the infotainment system
there are no objects on or around the
driver’s seat.
and the quick reference guide.
WARNING
To prevent injury or property damage, be
aware if there are objects or passengers
in the driver’s side rear seat or seat
floor. To stop movement of the front
seat, press the SET button or any of the
driver’s seat control switches.
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STEERING WHEEL
Motor Driven Power Steering
Information
(MDPS)
During normal vehicle operation:
The system assists you with steering the
ś
The steering effort may be high
vehicle. If the vehicle is turned off or
immediately after moving the ignition
if the power steering system becomes
switch to the ON position.
inoperative, you may still steer the
vehicle, but it requires increased steering
This happens as the system performs
effort.
the MDPS system diagnostics. When
the diagnostics are completed, the
If you notice any change in the effort
steering wheel effort returns to its
required to steer during normal vehicle
normal condition.
operation, contact an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
ś
When the battery voltage is low, you
may have to use more effort to steer.
This is a temporary condition and
CAUTION
returns to normal after charging the
battery.
If the Motor Driven Power Steering
(
) warning light and the message,
ś
A noise may be heard from the MDPS
“Check motor driven power steering”
relay after the ignition switch is in the
illuminate on the instrument cluster, you
ON or LOCK/OFF position.
can continue to steer the vehicle, but
ś
Motor noise may be heard when the
it requires increased effort. Contact an
vehicle is at a stop or driving at low
authorized HYUNDAI dealer and have the
speeds.
system inspected as soon as possible.
ś
When you operate the steering wheel
in low temperatures, abnormal noise
may occur. When the temperature
rises, the noise disappears.
ś
When an error is detected from MDPS,
the steering effort assist function
is not activated. Instrument cluster
warning lights may illuminate or the
steering effort may be high. If these
symptoms occur, drive the vehicle to
a safe location as soon as possible.
Have the system inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon
as possible.
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Tilt/Telescopic Steering
Steering Wheel Heater
Adjust the steering wheel toward your
(if equipped)
chest, not toward your face. Make sure
„ Type A
you can see the instrument cluster
warning lights and gauges. After
adjusting, push the steering wheel up
and down to be in the locked position.
WARNING
Never adjust the steering wheel while
driving. This may cause loss of vehicle
control resulting in a collision.
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To adjust:
When the ignition switch is in the ON
1. Pull down the lock-release lever M.
position or when the engine is running,
press the steering wheel heater button to
2. Adjust the steering wheel to the
warm the steering wheel.
desired angle N and distance
forward/back O.
The indicator on the button illuminates.
3. Pull the lock-release lever up to lock
To turn the steering wheel heater off,
the steering wheel in place.
press the button again. The indicator on
the button turns off.
Information
Sometimes the lock-release lever may
not engage completely. Pull down on the
lock-release lever, readjust the steering
wheel again, and then pull back up on
the lock-release lever to lock the steering
wheel in place.
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Auto Comfort Control for Driver (if
Horn
equipped)
The Automatic Comfort Control feature
can control the steering wheel heater
operation according to the ambient
temperature and set climate control
temperature while the engine is running.
ś
To use this feature, it can be enabled
from the Settings menu in the
infotainment system.
Select: Setup > Vehicle > Seat (or
Climate) > Warmer/Ventilation
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Features > Link to Climate Settings
for Auto-Adjustment > Steering
To sound the horn, press the area
Wheel Warmer
indicated by the horn symbol on your
ś
If the steering wheel heater button is
steering wheel (see illustration). The horn
operates only when this area is pressed.
pressed while the Automatic Comfort
Control feature is operating, the
steering wheel heater operation is
NOTICE
controlled manually.
Do not strike the horn severely or hit it
ś
The steering wheel heater defaults
with your fist. Do not press on the horn
to the OFF position whenever the
with a sharp-pointed object.
ignition switch is ON. However, if
the Auto Comfort Control feature is
NOTICE
ON, the steering wheel heater turns
on and off depending on the outside
Do not clean the steering wheel surface
ambient temperature and the set
with the following products:
temperature.
ś Organic solvents such as thinner,
alcohol and gasoline
Information
ś Chemical products such as leather
cleaner, coating agent, and wax
ś
The steering wheel heater turns off
automatically after about 30 minutes.
ś
The infotainment system may change
after software updates. For more
information, refer to the user’s manual
provided in the infotainment system
and the quick reference guide.
NOTICE
ś Do not install any cover or accessories
on the steering wheel to prevent
damage to the steering wheel heater
system.
ś Do not strike the steering wheel
surface with a sharp-pointed object.
This may damage the heating element
in the steering wheel.
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Inside Rearview Mirror
Day/night rearview mirror
(if equipped)
Before driving your vehicle, check to
see that your inside rearview mirror is
properly positioned. Adjust the rearview
mirror so that the view through the rear
window is properly centered.
WARNING
Make sure your line of sight is not
obstructed. Do not place objects on the
rear seat or in the cargo area that may
interfere with your vision through the
rear window.
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A : Day, B : Night
Before driving at night, pull the day/night
WARNING
lever toward you to reduce glare from the
To prevent serious injury during a
headlights of the vehicles behind you.
collision or deployment of the airbag, do
Remember that you lose some rearview
not modify the rearview mirror and do
clarity in the night position.
not install a wide mirror.
Electrochromic mirror (if equipped)
WARNING
Never adjust the mirror while driving.
This may cause loss of vehicle control
and result in a collision.
NOTICE
When cleaning the mirror, use a paper
towel or similar material dampened with
glass cleaner. Do not spray glass cleaner
directly on the mirror as this may cause
the liquid cleaner to enter the mirror
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housing.
When the engine is running, the glare
from vehicle headlights behind you is
automatically controlled by the sensor
mounted in the rearview mirror.
When the gear is shifted to R (Reverse),
the mirror automatically goes to the
brightest setting to improve the driver’s
view behind the vehicle.
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Electrochromic mirror with
Integrated HomeLink® Wireless Control
Homelink System (if equipped)
System
Your vehicle may be equipped with
The HomeLink® Wireless Control System
a Gentex Automatic-Dimming Mirror
provides a convenient way to replace
with an Integrated HomeLink® Wireless
up to three hand held radio-frequency
Control System.
transmitters used to activate compatible
devices such as gate operators, garage
During nighttime driving, this feature
door openers, entry door locks, security
automatically detects and reduces the
systems, and home lighting.
rearview mirror’s glare. The HomeLink®
Universal Transceiver allows you to
activate your garage door(s), electric
NOTICE
gate, home lighting, etc.
HomeLink® only operates while the
ignition switch is in the ACC or ON
position to prevent unintentional security
issues when the vehicle is parked outside
the garage.
WARNING
Before programming HomeLink® to a
garage door opener or gate operator,
make sure people and objects are out
of the way of the device to prevent
potential harm or damage. Do not use
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the HomeLink® with any garage door
M HomeLink Channel 1
opener that lacks the safety stop and
N HomeLink Channel 2
reverse features required by U.S. federal
safety standards (this includes any
O HomeLink Channel 3
garage door opener model manufactured
P Garage Door Opener Status Indicator:
before April 1, 1982). A garage door that
Closing or Closed
cannot detect an object - signaling the
Q HomeLink Operation Indicator
door to stop and reverse - does not meet
current U.S. federal safety standards.
R Garage Door Opener Status Indicator:
Using a garage door opener without
Opening or Opened
these features increases the risk of
S HomeLink User Interface Indicator
serious injury or death.
For more information, contact
HomeLink® at www.homelink.com, or
call Home-Link customer support at
1-800-355-3515.
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1. Programming HomeLink®
2) Programming a New HomeLink®
The following steps show how to
program HomeLink. If you have any
questions or are having difficulty
programming your HomeLink buttons,
refer to the HomeLink website or call the
HomeLink customer support toll-free
number.
ś Visit the HomeLink website at: www.
homelink.com or scan the QR code.
Then at the top of the page, choose
your vehicle make. Then watch
the You Tube video, and/or access
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additional website information.
1. Press and release the HomeLink
button M, N or O, for programming.
The HomeLink indicator light S
flashes orange slowly (if not, perform
the steps of the “Erasing HomeLink
Buttons” section, and start over).
ś Or call HomeLink customer support
at 1-800-355-3515 (Have the vehicle
make/model and the opener device
make/model readily available.)
1) Programming Preparation
1. When programming a garage door
opener, park the vehicle outside of the
garage.
2. Place a new battery in the handheld
transmitter of the device being
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programmed to HomeLink for quicker
training and accurate transmission of
2. Position the garage door opener
the radiofrequency signal.
remote 1~3 inches (2~8 cm) away from
the HomeLink buttons.
3. Place the ignition switch to the
ACC position for programming of
3. While the HomeLink indicator light S
HomeLink.
is flashing orange, press and hold the
handheld remote button. Continue
pressing the handheld remote button
until the HomeLink indicator light S
changes from orange to green. Now
you can release the handheld remote
button.
4. Wait until your garage door comes
to a complete stop, regardless of the
position, before proceeding to the
next steps.
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5. Press and release the HomeLink
7. Firmly press and release the “Learn”,
button you are programming and
“Smart”, “Set”, or “Program” button.
observe the indicator light.
You have up to 30 seconds to
complete the next step.
ś If the indicator light remains solid
green, operate your device when
8. Return to the vehicle and firmly press
the HomeLink button is pressed. If
and hold for two seconds and then
your device operates, programming
release the HomeLink button up to
is complete.
three times in a row slowly. Do not
press the HomeLink button rapidly.
ś If the indicator light rapidly flashes
As soon as you see the garage door
green, firmly press and hold for
start to move, stop pressing any
two seconds and release the
buttons until a few seconds after the
HomeLink button up to three times
garage door has come to a complete
in a row slowly to complete the
stop, regardless of the position. At
programming process. Do not press
this point, programming is complete
the HomeLink button rapidly. At
and your device must operate when
this time, if your device operates,
the HomeLink button is pressed and
programming is complete. If the
released.
device does not operate, continue
with Step 6.
Canadian Programming
6. At the garage door opener motor,
locate the “Learn”, “Smart”, “Set”, or
Canadian radio-frequency laws require
“Program” button. This can usually
transmitter remote signals to “timeout” (or
be found where the hanging antenna
quit) after a few seconds for transmission,
wire is attached to the motor-head
which may not be long enough for
unit (refer to the device’s manual
HomeLink to pick up the signal during
to identify this button). The name
programming.
and color of the button may differ
If you live in Canada or you are having
depending on the manufacturer.
difficulties programming a gate operator
or garage door opener by using the
programming procedures, replace Step 3,
“Programming a New HomeLink Button”
with the following:
While the HomeLink indicator light S is
flashing orange, press and release (“cycle”)
your device’s handheld remote every two
seconds until the HomeLink indicator light
S changes from orange to green. You may
now release the handheld remote button.
Then proceed with Step 4, “Programming a
New HomeLink Button.”
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You may need another person and a
ladder.
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3) Two-Way Communication
2. On your garage door opener in your
Programming (For select garage door
garage, locate the “Learn” button
openers)
(usually near where the hanging
antenna wire is attached to the garage
If your garage door opener has the
“myQ” logo on its side, your opener
door opener). If there is difficulty
locating this button, refer to the
likely has Two-Way Communication
capability. HomeLink can establish Two-
device’s owner’s manual.
Way Communication with your garage
3. Press and release the “Learn” button.
door opener. HomeLink can receive and
A light on your garage door opener
display the “closing” or “opening” status
may flash, and your Two-Way
messages from compatible garage door
Communication indicators P, R in
openers. At any time, HomeLink can
your vehicle may flash, confirming
also recall and display the last recorded
completion of the process.
status communicated by the garage door
4. Return to the vehicle and firmly
opener to indicate your garage door was
press and release the programmed
“closed” or “opened”.
HomeLink button to activate
To check if your garage door opener is
your garage door. The Two-Way
compatible with this feature, refer to
Communication indicators P, R flash
orange when the door is moving.
way-Communication. If your garage door
Do not make any additional button
opener has this functionality, and the
presses until the garage door comes
Two-Way Communication indicators P,
to a complete stop.
R in the mirror appear while the garage
Your Two-Way Communication
door is opening/closing, no further steps
programming is now complete.
are needed.
Two-Way Communication Programming
Information
is already complete. However, if
If the Two-Way Communication
your garage door opener has this
Programming has not been completed,
functionality, and the Two-Way
HomeLink may stop functioning. This
Communication indicators P, R in
usually happens after the first 10 times
the mirror DO NOT appear while the
a programmed HomeLink button is
garage door is opening/closing, use
pressed. If you experience this, repeat
the following instructions to enable this
the “Programming a New HomeLink
functionality.
Button” and “Two-Way Communication
1. In your vehicle, press and hold the
Programming” procedures.
programmed HomeLink button for 2
seconds, and then release it. Confirm
that the garage door is moving. After
it stops, you have one minute to
complete the following steps:
A ladder and/or second person may
simplify the following steps.
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2. Operating HomeLink®
1) Operating HomeLink®
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2. The indicator P and R operate as
follows, if your garage door opener
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has Two-Way Communication
1. Press and release the desired
functionality:
programmed HomeLink button (M, N,
ś If the indicator P flashes orange,
or O).
it indicates that the garage door is
“Closing”.
Information
ś The indicator P turns solid green
The HomeLink indicator (S) should
once the garage door has closed.
light green, solid or flashing, and your
ś If the indicator R flashes orange,
programmed device should operate.
it indicates that the garage door is
“Opening”.
If your device does not operate,
the HomeLink programming is not
ś The indicator R turns solid green
successful, and you need to reprogram
once the garage door has fully
the button.
opened.
ś If the indicator P or R does not
2) Two-Way Communication Display
turn to green, it indicates that the
Behavior
last status of garage door was not
received properly. The HomeLink
mirror tries to receive the last
known status of the garage door for
a few seconds.
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1. Press and release one of the
programmed HomeLink buttons (M,
N, or O).
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3) Recalling Garage Door Status
2) The following instructions erase ALL
HomeLink® programming from ALL
HomeLink mirror with Two-Way
Communication provides a way to view
buttons:
the last stored message from the garage
door opener. In order to recall the last
known status of the last activated device,
press the buttons “M and N” OR “N and
O” simultaneously.
ś If the indicator P appears solid Green,
it indicates that the last activated
device was “closed” properly.
ś If the indicator R appears solid Green,
it indicates that the last activated
device was “open” properly.
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1. Press and hold the buttons M and
3. Erasing HomeLink® Buttons
O simultaneously. The HomeLink
1) Erasing and Reprogramming a Single
indicator light S illuminates solid
HomeLink® Button:
orange for about 10 seconds.
1. Press and hold the desired HomeLink
2. Release the buttons once the
button to re-program. Do not release
HomeLink indicator light S changes
the button. The HomeLink indicator
to green and flashes rapidly.
light S illuminates solid green.
3. Now all three HomeLink buttons
2. Release the button as soon as the
M, N, and O are cleared of any
HomeLink indicator light S begins to
programming.
flash orange. It usually takes about 20
seconds.
Information
3. Proceed with the steps in the
“Programming a New HomeLink
HomeLink® and the HomeLink® House
Button” section.
logo are registered trademarks of Gentex
Corporation.
The myQ logo is a registered trademark
Information
of The Chamberlain Group, Inc.
If you do not complete the re-
programming of a new device to the
button, it reverts to the previously stored
programming.
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HomeLink 5 Programing Flow Chart
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Side View Mirrors
WARNING
Do not adjust or fold the side view
mirrors while driving. This may cause loss
of vehicle control resulting in a collision.
NOTICE
ś Do not scrape ice off the mirror face.
This may damage the surface of the
glass.
ś If the mirror is jammed with ice, do
not adjust the mirror by force. Use
ONX4050009
an approved de-icer (not radiator
Your vehicle is equipped with both left-
antifreeze) spray, or a sponge or soft
hand and right-hand side view mirrors.
cloth with very warm water, or move
The mirrors can be adjusted remotely
the vehicle to a warm place and allow
with the mirror adjustment control
the ice to melt.
switch. Adjust the side view mirrors to
ś Do not clean the mirror with harsh
your desired position before driving.
abrasives, fuel, or other petroleum
The side view mirrors can be folded
based cleaning products.
manually to help prevent damage when
going through an automatic car wash or
when passing through a narrow street.
WARNING
The right side view mirror is convex.
Objects seen in the mirror are closer than
they appear.
Use the rear view mirror or turn your
head and look to determine the actual
distance of other vehicles prior to
changing lanes.
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Adjusting the side view mirrors
Folding the side view mirror
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1. Move the lever M either to the L (left
To fold the side view mirror, grasp the
side) or R (right side) to select the side
housing of the mirror and then fold it
view mirror you want to adjust.
toward the rear of the vehicle.
2. Use the mirror adjustment control N
to position the selected mirror up,
down, left, or right.
3. After adjustment, move the lever M
to the middle to prevent unintended
adjustment.
NOTICE
ś The mirrors stop moving when
they reach the maximum adjusting
angle, but the motor continues to
operate while the switch is pressed.
Do not press the switch longer than
necessary. Damage to the side view
mirror motor may occur or may cause
the side view mirror to malfunction.
ś Do not adjust the side view mirror by
hand to prevent damage to the motor.
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WINDOWS
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M Driver’s door power window switch
Q Window opening and closing
N Front passenger’s door power window
R Automatic power window
switch
(if equipped)
O Rear door (left) power window switch
S Power window lock button
P Rear door (right) power window switch
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Power Windows
Auto down window
The ignition switch must be in the ON
Pressing the power window switch
position to be able to raise or lower
momentarily to the second detent
the windows. Each door has a Power
position R completely lowers the
Window switch to control the door’s
window even when the switch is
window. The driver has a Power Window
released.
Lock button that can block the operation
To stop the window at the desired
of rear passenger windows. The power
position while the window is operating,
windows will operate for about 3 minutes
pull up or press down and release the
after the ignition is turned OFF or if the
switch.
ignition is placed in the ACC position, as
long as the front doors remain closed.
Auto up/down window (if equipped)
If the front doors are opened, the battery
Pressing or pulling up the power window
power is turned OFF and the Power
switch momentarily to the second
Windows do not operate.
detent position R completely lowers or
lifts the window even when the switch
Window opening and closing
is released. To stop the window at the
desired position while the window is
operating, pull up or press down and
release the switch.
Resetting the power windows
If the power windows do not operate
normally, the automatic power window
system must be reset as follows:
1. Press the ignition switch to the ON
position.
2. Close the window and continue
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pulling up on the power window
To open:
switch for at least one second.
Press the window switch down to the
If the power windows do not operate
first detent position Q. Release the
properly after resetting, contact an
switch when you want the window to
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
stop.
To close:
WARNING
Pull the window switch up to the first
Make sure body parts or other objects
detent position Q. Release the window
are out of the way before closing the
switch when you want the window to
windows. The automatic reverse feature
stop.
does not operate while resetting the
power window system.
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Automatic reversal (if equipped)
WARNING
Make sure body parts or other objects
are safely out of the way before closing
the windows to avoid injuries or vehicle
damage.
Objects less than 0.16 inches (4 mm) in
diameter caught between the window
glass and the upper window channel
may not be detected by the automatic
reverse window and the window does
not stop and reverse direction.
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Power window lock button
If a window senses any obstacle while
it is closing automatically, it stops and
lowers about 12 inches (30 cm) to allow
the object to be cleared.
If the window detects any resistance
while the power window switch is pulled
up continuously, the window stops
upward movement and then lowers
about 1 inch (2.5 cm).
If the power window switch is pulled
up continuously again within 5 seconds
after the window is lowered by the
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automatic window reverse feature, the
The driver can disable the power window
automatic window reverse does not
switches on the rear passenger doors by
operate.
pressing the power window lock button.
When the power window lock button is
Information
pressed:
The automatic reverse feature is active
ś The driver’s master control can
only when the “Auto Up” feature is used
operate all the power windows.
by fully pulling up the switch to the
ś The front passenger’s control can
second detent.
operate the front passenger’s power
window.
NOTICE
ś The rear passenger’s control cannot
operate the rear passengers’ power
Do not install any accessories on the
windows. The automatic reverse feature
window.
may not operate.
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Remote window opening function (if
WARNING
equipped)
Do not allow children to play with the
Press and hold the Door Unlock (
)
power windows. Keep the driver’s
button on the smart key for more than 3
door power window lock button in the
seconds and the windows move down
LOCK position. Serious injury or death
after the doors are unlocked. Window
may result from unintentional window
movement stops when you release the
operation by a child.
door unlock button.
NOTICE
NOTICE
ś To prevent possible damage to the
Do not leave the windows down when
power window system, do not open
leaving the vehicle to prevent theft or
or close two windows or more at
damage from water entering the vehicle.
the same time. This also ensures the
longevity of the fuse.
ś Never try to operate the main switch
Information
on the driver’s door and the individual
ś The remote window opening function
door window switch in opposite
may abruptly stop, when you move
directions at the same time. If this is
away from your vehicle during
done, the window stops and cannot
operation. Stay in close proximity from
be opened or closed.
your vehicle, while monitoring the
window movement.
ś The doors unlock when the windows
are opened using the remote window
opening function.
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If your vehicle is equipped with a
Power Sunshade
sunroof, you can slide or tilt your sunroof
with the sunroof switch located on the
overhead console.
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Use the power sunshade to block direct
sunlight coming through the sunroof
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glass.
The sunroof can be operated when the
ś Push the sunroof switch rearward to
ignition switch is in the ON or START
the first detent position, the power
position.
sunshade automatically slides open.
The sunroof can also be operated for
ś Push the sunroof switch forward to
about 3 minutes after the ignition switch
the first detent position, the power
is in the ACC or LOCK/OFF position
sunshade automatically closes. If the
unless a front door is opened.
sunroof is open, the sunroof closes
and then the sunshade closes.
WARNING
To stop the power sunshade, push the
To prevent serious injury or death:
sunroof switch in any direction.
ś Adjust he sunroof or sunshade when
your vehicle stops.
NOTICE
ś Do not leave the engine running
and the key in your vehicle with
Do not pull or push the power sunshade
unsupervised children. Unattended
by hand to prevent damage.
children may operate the sunroof.
ś Do not sit on the top of the vehicle.
Information
Wrinkles formed on the power sunshade
NOTICE
are normal due to material characteristic.
Do not operate the sunroof if it contacts
any roof rack or cargo.
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Tilt Open/Close
Slide Open/Close
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ś Push the sunroof switch up to tilt
ś Push the sunroof switch rearward.
the sunroof glass open. If the power
The sunroof glass slides open. If the
sunshade is closed, the sunshade
power sunshade is closed, the power
opens first and then the sunroof tilts.
sunshade opens first and then the
ś Push the sunroof switch forward. The
sunroof glass opens.
sunroof glass automatically closes.
Push the sunroof switch forward. The
sunroof glass closes.
To stop the sunroof movement at any
point, push the sunroof switch in any
Push the sunroof switch forward or
direction.
rearward to the first detent position.
The sunroof glass moves until the
switch is released.
ś Push the sunroof switch forward
or rearward to the second detent
position. The sunroof glass operates
automatically (auto slide feature).
To stop the sunroof movement, push
the sunroof switch in any direction.
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Automatic Reversal
NOTICE
ś Do not continue to push the sunroof
switch after the sunroof is fully
opened, closed, or tilted. Damage
to the sunroof motor may occur or
may cause the sunroof system to
malfunction.
ś Using the sunroof for a long time
may make noise caused by dust
accumulated between the sunroof
and vehicle body. Open the sunroof
and remove dust regularly using a
ODH043039
clean cloth.
If the power sunshade or sunroof glass
ś Do not try to open the sunroof when
senses any obstruction while closing, it
the temperature is below freezing
reverses direction then stops.
or when the sunroof is covered with
snow or ice. Otherwise, the motor
The automatic reverse feature may not
work if a thin or soft object is caught
may be damaged. In a cold and wet
weather, the sunroof may not work
between the sliding power sunshade or
sunroof glass and sunroof sash.
properly.
ś Do not open or drive with the sunroof
glass open immediately after rain or
WARNING
washing the vehicle. Water may wet
ś Make sure that heads, hands, arms,
the interior of the vehicle.
any other body parts, or objects are
ś Do not extend any cargo outside the
out of the way before operating the
sunroof while driving.
sunroof. Body parts or objects may
get caught causing injuries or vehicle
damage.
WARNING
ś Never deliberately use your body parts
Do not extend your head, arms, body
to test the automatic reverse feature.
parts or objects outside the sunroof
while driving.
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Resetting the Sunroof
Sunroof Open Warning
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To reset the Sunroof:
If the driver turns off the engine when
the sunroof is not fully closed, the
1. Start the vehicle in P (Park).
warning chime sounds for several
2. Make sure the power sunshade and
seconds and the sunroof open warning
sunroof glass are in the fully closed
appears on the cluster display.
position.
Close the sunroof securely when leaving
3. Release the switch when the power
your vehicle.
sunshade and sunroof glass are fully
closed.
NOTICE
4. Push the switch forward until the
power sunshade and sunroof glass
Do not leave sunroof open when leaving
move slightly. Then release the switch.
the vehicle to prevent theft or damage
from water entering the vehicle.
5. Push and hold the sunroof switch
forward again until the power
sunshade and sunroof glass slide
open and close.
Do not release the switch until the
operation is completed. If you release
the switch, start again from Step 2.
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If the sunroof is not reset after the
vehicle battery is disconnected or
discharged, or the sunroof fuse is blown,
the sunroof may not operate normally.
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HOOD
Opening the Hood
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4. Lift the hood support rod.
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5. Insert the end of the hood support rod
1. Park the vehicle and apply the parking
into the slot located on the hood O.
brake.
2. Pull the release lever to unlatch the
hood. The hood pops open slightly.
WARNING
ś Grasp the hood support rod in the
area wrapped in rubber when the
engine is hot to protect you from burn
or injury.
ś Make sure that the end of the hood
support rod is inserted fully into the
hood slot to prevent the hood from
falling.
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3. Go to the front of the vehicle, raise the
hood slightly, push up the secondary
hood release lever M inside of the
hood center and lift the hood N.
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Closing the Hood
WARNING
1. Before closing the hood, check in and
ś Before closing the hood, ensure
around the engine compartment to
all obstructions are removed from
ensure the following:
around the hood opening.
- Any tools or other loose objects
ś Always double check to make sure
have been removed.
that the hood is firmly latched before
- All glove, rags, or other combustible
driving away. Check there is no
material have been removed.
hood open warning light or message
- All filler caps are tightly and
displayed on the instrument cluster.
correctly installed.
Driving with the hood open may cause
a total loss of visibility, resulting in a
2. Return the hood support rod to its
collision.
stored location.
ś Do not move the vehicle with the
3. Lower the hood until it is about 12
hood raised. It may block your vision
inches (30 cm) above the closed
and may result in a collision.
position and then let it drop.
4. Check the hood has locked properly.
If the hood is raised slightly, open it
again and drop it from a little higher.
Check again.
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Opening the Liftgate
Closing the Liftgate
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Make sure the vehicle is in P (Park) and
Lower the liftgate lid and press down
apply the parking brake.
until it locks. Always check it is secure by
- Unlock all doors with the Door Unlock
pulling on the handle.
button on your remote key or smart
key. Press the liftgate handle button
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and open the liftgate.
Always keep the liftgate closed while the
- Press and hold the Liftgate Open
vehicle is in moving. If it is left open or
button on the remote key or smart
ajar, poisonous exhaust gases containing
key.
carbon monoxide (CO) may enter the
vehicle and serious injury or death may
result.
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Liftgate lock and the liftgate may not
work if frozen shut due to moisture and
freezing conditions.
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WARNING
Emergency Liftgate Safety
Release
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Always close the liftgate before driving.
Do not grab or hold on to the liftgate
To unlock and open the liftgate manually
support struts or they may be damaged.
from inside the cargo area, perform the
Deformation of the liftgate support
following:
struts may result in vehicle damage and
1. Insert a long, flat object, such as a key
personal injury.
into the opening at the bottom of the
liftgate.
2. Slide the latch in the direction of the
WARNING
arrow to unlock the liftgate.
Never allow anyone to occupy the cargo
3. Push the liftgate open.
area of the vehicle at any time. If the
liftgate is partially or totally latched
and the person cannot get out, serious
WARNING
injury or death may occur due to lack
of ventilation, exhaust fumes, and rapid
ś Never allow anyone to occupy the
cargo area of the vehicle at any time.
heat build-up, or due to exposure to
cold weather conditions. The cargo area
The cargo area is a very dangerous
location in the event of a collision
is also a very dangerous location in the
event of a collision because it is part of
because it is part of the vehicle’s
crush zone.
the vehicle’s crush zone.
ś Use the release lever for emergencies
only.
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Power Liftgate Operating
NOTICE
Conditions
ś Do not close or open the liftgate
The power liftgate operates when the
manually or it may be damaged. If you
gear is in P (Park) with the ignition switch
want to close the liftgate manually, do
in the ON position. The liftgate operates
not apply excessive force.
regardless of the gear position when the
ś Do not operate the power liftgate
engine is off.
more than 10 times continuously
when the engine is not running. Use
the power liftgate with the engine
WARNING
running when the power liftgate is
ś Never leave children or animals
used repeatedly to prevent battery
unattended in your vehicle. Children
discharge.
may operate the power liftgate
ś Do not leave the power liftgate open
that could result in serious injury or
for a long time. This may drain the
property damage.
battery.
ś Make sure that there are no people
ś Do not apply excessive force when the
or objects in the path of the power
power liftgate is operating. Doing so
liftgate or smart liftgate before use.
could result in vehicle damage.
Serious injury, damage to the vehicle
ś Always close the liftgate before
or damage to surrounding objects (for
driving. Do not grab or hold on to the
example, walls, ceilings, vehicles, etc.)
liftgate support struts or they may be
may result if contact with the liftgate
damaged. Deformation of the liftgate
occurs.
support struts may result in vehicle
damage and personal injury.
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ś Do not modify or repair any part of the
power liftgate by yourself. This must
be done by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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ś
Do not operate the power liftgate
Operating the Power Liftgate
under the following conditions.
Power liftgate open/close button
The power liftgate may not operate
(Smart key, Instrument panel)
properly.
- One side of the vehicle is lifted to
inspect the vehicle or change a tire
- Parking on an uneven road such as a
slope, etc.
ś
Close the liftgate and lock all doors
and liftgate using the central door
lock switch before using an automatic
car wash.
ś
Do not spray high pressure water
directly on the power liftgate outside
open/close button. The liftgate may
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open unintentionally.
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ś
If the liftgate is not fully closed and
vehicle speed is at or above 1.8 mph
(3 km/h), a warning sounds 10 times.
Immediately park the vehicle at a safe
place, close the liftgate, and check
that the liftgate open warning on the
instrument cluster is turned off.
ś
In cold and wet climates, the outside
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power liftgate open/close button may
When the liftgate is closed, press the
not work properly due to freezing
power liftgate open/close button for 1
conditions. If this occurs, remove the
second. The power liftgate opens with a
ice before using the outside power
warning sound.
liftgate open/close button or use the
While the liftgate is opening, press the
power liftgate open/close button on
button to stop liftgate operation.
the smart key or the instrument panel.
When the power liftgate is opened, press
ś
Operating the power liftgate more
and hold the power liftgate open/close
than 5 times continuously could cause
button to close the liftgate. If you release
damage to the operating motor. If
the button while the liftgate is closing,
this occurs, the power liftgate does
power liftgate operation stops with a
not operate to prevent the motor
warning sound for 5 seconds.
from overheating. If any of the power
liftgate buttons are pressed to try to
Also, if the smart key is not within
open the liftgate, the chime sounds 3
operation range (about 32 feet (10
times, but the liftgate remains closed.
m)) from the vehicle, power liftgate
Allow the power liftgate system
operation stops with a warning sound for
to cool for about 1 minute before
5 seconds.
operating the system again.
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Power liftgate open/close button
Automatic Reversal
(Outside the power liftgate)
During power liftgate operation if the
power liftgate senses any obstacle,
the liftgate stops or fully opens. The
automatic reverse feature may not
operate properly, or it may operate
unexpectedly under the following
circumstances:
ś The automatic reverse feature may
not detect the resistance if the
detected resistance is below a certain
level, or if the liftgate is almost fully
closed near the latched position.
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ś The automatic reverse feature may
When the liftgate is closed, press the
operate if a strong impact is applied
power liftgate open/close button to open
with no obstructions placed.
the liftgate.
If the vehicle is locked, press the power
WARNING
liftgate open/close button with the smart
key in your possession.
Never deliberately place any object or
use your body part to test the automatic
If the liftgate is unlocked, the liftgate
reverse feature.
opens or closes with a warning sound
when the power liftgate open/close
button is pressed without carrying the
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smart key.
The power liftgate may stop operating if
the automatic reverse feature operates
Power liftgate open/close button
more than two times while attempting
(Inside the power liftgate)
to open or close the liftgate. If this
occurs, carefully open or close the
liftgate manually, and then after 30
seconds try to operate the power liftgate
automatically again.
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Press the power liftgate open/close
button. The liftgate opens or closes
automatically.
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Setting the Power Liftgate
User height setting
To use each feature, you must select the
1. Position the liftgate manually to the
opening speed or opening height from
height you prefer.
the Settings menu. Deselect the settings
2. Press the power liftgate open/close
when you do not want to use the feature.
button located inside the liftgate for
more than 3 seconds.
Power liftgate opening speed
If User Height Setting is selected for
To adjust the power liftgate speed,
the power liftgate opening height, the
select:
power liftgate will automatically open
ś User Settings > Door/Liftgate >
to the height manually set by you.
Power liftgate Opening Speed > Fast/
Slow (for cluster type)
Information
ś Setup > Vehicle > Door/ Liftgate >
ś
If the power liftgate opening height
Power liftgate Opening Speed > Fast/
has not been manually set, the power
Slow (for infotainment system type)
liftgate will fully open when ‘User
The default setting is Fast.
Height Setting’ from the infotainment
system is selected.
Power liftgate opening height
ś
If one of the height setting (Full Open/
To adjust the power liftgate opening
Level 3/Level 2/Level 1) is selected
height, select:
from the settings menu in the
ś User Settings > Door/ Liftgate >
infotainment system, and then User
Power liftgate Opening Height > Full
Height Setting is selected, the liftgate
Open/Level 3/Level 2/Level 1/User
opens to the height manually set by
Height Setting (for cluster type)
you.
ś Setup > Vehicle > Door/ Liftgate >
ś
The power liftgate opening speed
Power liftgate Opening Height > Full
and opening height settings change
Open/Level 3/Level 2/Level 1/User
according to the linked User Profile.
Height Setting
If the User Profile is changed,
power liftgate opening speed and
opening height settings will change
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accordingly.
ś For more information on the cluster
type Settings menu, refer to the
“Cluster Display” section in Chapter 4.
ś The infotainment system may change
after software updates. For more
information, refer to the user’s manual
provided in the infotainment system
and the quick reference guide.
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Resetting the Power Liftgate
Emergency Liftgate Safety
Release
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To reset the Power Lifgate:
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1. With the engine off or running, put the
To unlock and open the liftgate manually
gear in P (Park).
from inside the cargo area, perform the
following:
2. Press the power liftgate open/close
inner button B and outer button A
1. Insert a long, flat object, such as a key
simultaneously until a chime sounds.
into the opening at the bottom of the
liftgate.
3. Slowly close the liftgate manually.
2. Slide the latch in the direction of the
4. Press the power liftgate open/close
arrow to unlock the liftgate.
outer button. The power liftgate
opens with a chime sound.
3. Push the liftgate open.
Wait until the liftgate fully opens to
complete resetting. If the liftgate
WARNING
stops before it is fully open, resetting
cannot be completed.
ś Never allow anyone to occupy the
cargo area of the vehicle at any time.
The cargo area is a very dangerous
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location in the event of a collision
because it is part of the vehicle’s
ś If the power liftgate is not reset after
crush zone.
the vehicle battery is disconnected or
discharged, or the power liftgate fuse
ś Use the release lever for emergencies
is blown, the power liftgate may not
only.
operate normally.
ś If the power liftgate does not operate
properly after the above procedure,
have the system inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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1. Settings
To use smart liftgate, it must be
enabled from the Settings menu in
the instrument cluster or infotainment
system. Select:
ś User Settings > Door/Liftgate >
Smart Liftgate (for cluster type)
ś Setup > Vehicle > Door/Liftgate
> Smart Liftgate (for infotainment
system type).
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2. Detect and Alert
On a vehicle equipped with a smart key,
The smart liftgate detecting area
the liftgate can be opened with hands-
extends about 20~40 inches (50~100
free activation using the smart liftgate
cm) behind the vehicle. If you are
system.
positioned in the detecting area and
are carrying the smart key, the hazard
Using Smart Liftgate
warning lights blink and the chime
sounds 6 times before opening.
The hands-free smart liftgate system can
be used when:
ś The smart liftgate option is enabled in
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the Settings menu in the instrument
If you unintentionally enter the detecting
cluster or infotainment system.
area and the hazard warning lights
ś The smart liftgate is activated 15
and chime starts, move away from the
seconds after all the doors are closed
vehicle with the smart key. The liftgate
and locked.
remains closed.
ś The smart liftgate opens when the
smart key is detected in the area
3. Automatic opening
behind the vehicle for 3 seconds.
After the hazard warning lights blink
and the chime sounds 6 times, the
smart liftgate opens.
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The smart liftgate does not operate
when:
ś A door is not locked or closed.
ś The smart key is detected within
15 seconds from when the doors were
closed and locked.
ś The smart key is detected within
15 seconds after the doors are closed
and locked, and within 60 in. (1.5
m) from the front door handles. (for
vehicles equipped with Welcome
Light).
ś The smart key is in the vehicle.
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Deactivating Smart Liftgate
Information
If you press any button on the smart key
ś The smart liftgate may not operate
during the Detect and Alert stage, the
properly if any of the following occur:
smart liftgate is deactivated.
- The smart key is close to a radio
ś If you press the door unlock button,
transmitter such as radio station
the smart liftgate is deactivated
or airport that may interfere with
temporarily. If you do not open any
normal operation of the transmitter.
door for 30 seconds, the smart liftgate
- The smart key is near a mobile
is activated again.
two way radio system or a mobile
ś If you press the liftgate open button
phone.
for more than 1 second, the liftgate
- Another vehicle’s smart key is being
opens.
operated close to your vehicle.
ś The smart liftgate is still activated
ś Smart liftgate detecting area may
if you press the door lock button or
change when:
liftgate open/close button as long as
the smart liftgate is not in the Detect
- The vehicle is parked on an incline
and Alert stage.
or slope.
- One side of the vehicle is lifted or
lowered relative to the opposite
side.
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Opening the Fuel Filler Door
Information
The fuel filler door unlocks when the
driver’s door is unlocked.
To unlock fuel filler door:
ś Press the unlock button on your
remote key or smart key.
ś Press the central door unlock switch
on the driver’s door.
ś Pull out the driver’s side inside door
handle.
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The fuel filler door locks when the
1. Move the gear to the P (Park) position,
driver’s door is locked.
apply the parking brake, and move
To lock the fuel filler door:
the ignition switch to the LOCK/OFF
position.
ś Press the lock button on your remote
key or smart key.
2. Make sure that the driver’s door is
unlocked.
ś Press the central door lock switch on
the driver’s door.
3. Press the rear center edge of the fuel
filler door.
à All doors automatically lock after the
vehicle speed exceeds 9 mph (14
km/h). Fuel filler door is also locked
when the vehicle speed exceeds 9
mph (14 km/h).
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If the fuel filler door does not open
because ice has formed around it, tap
lightly or push on the door to break the
ice and release the door. Do not open
the door. If necessary, spray around the
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door with an approved deicer fluid (do
not use radiator antifreeze) or move the
4. Pull the fuel filler door M outward to
vehicle to a warm place and allow the ice
access the fuel tank cap.
to melt.
5. To remove the fuel tank cap N, turn it
counterclockwise. A hissing noise is
heard because the pressure inside the
tank equalizes.
6. Place the cap on the fuel filler door.
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Closing the Fuel Filler Door
ś
Do not get back into a vehicle once
you have begun refueling.
1. To install the fuel tank cap, turn it
clockwise until it “clicks” one time.
You can generate a buildup of static
electricity by touching, rubbing, or
2. Close the fuel filler door until it is
sliding against any item or fabric
latched securely.
capable of producing static electricity.
Static electricity discharge may ignite
fuel vapors causing a fire. If you must
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re-enter the vehicle, once again
To lock the fuel filler door, make sure the
eliminate potentially dangerous static
fuel filler door is completely closed. Press
electricity discharge by touching a
the lock button on the remote key or
metal part of the vehicle, away from
smart key to lock your vehicle. The fuel
the fuel filler neck, nozzle, or other
filler door also locks.
fuel source, with your bare hand.
If the fuel filler door is not completely
ś
When using an approved portable
closed when the vehicle is locked, the
fuel container, be sure to place the
fuel filler door is not locked.
container on the ground prior to
refueling. Static electricity discharge
from the container may ignite fuel
WARNING
vapors causing a fire. Once refueling
Automotive fuel is highly flammable
has begun, contact between your bare
and explosive. Failure to follow these
hand and maintain the vehicle until
guidelines may result in serious injury or
the filling is complete.
death:
ś
Use only approved portable plastic
ś Read and follow all warnings posted at
fuel containers designed to carry and
the gas station.
store fuel.
ś Before refueling, note the location
ś
When refueling, always shift the gear
of the Emergency Fuel Shut-Off, if
to the P (Park) position, apply the
available, at the gas station.
parking brake, and move the ignition
ś Before touching the fuel nozzle,
switch to the LOCK/OFF position.
eliminate the potential build-up of
Sparks produced by electrical
static electricity by touching a metal
components related to the engine
part of the vehicle, a safe distance
may ignite fuel vapors causing a fire.
away from the fuel filler neck, nozzle,
ś
Do not use matches or a lighter and
or other gas source, with your bare
do not smoke or leave a lit cigarette
hand.
in your vehicle at a gas station,
ś Do not use mobile phones while
especially during refueling.
refueling. Electric current and/or
ś
Do not over-fill or top-off your vehicle
electronic interference from cellular
tank, which may cause fuel spillage.
phones may potentially ignite fuel
vapors and cause a fire.
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ś If a fire breaks out during refueling,
get away from the vehicle, and
immediately contact a gas station
employee and then contact the local
fire department.
ś If pressurized fuel sprays out, it
can cover your clothes or skin and
increase the risk of fire and burns. If
the cap is venting fuel or if you hear a
hissing sound, wait until the condition
stops before completely removing the
cap.
ś Always check that the fuel cap is
installed securely to prevent fuel
spillage in the event of a collision.
NOTICE
ś Do not spill fuel on the exterior
surfaces. It may damage the paint.
ś If the cap needs to be replaced,
only use a genuine HYUNDAI cap or
the fuel system or emission control
system may malfunction.
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EXTERIOR LIGHTS
Lighting Control
AUTO headlight
To operate the lights, turn the knob at
the end of the control lever to one of the
following positions:
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The headlights and parking lights
are turned ON or OFF automatically
depending on the amount of daylight as
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measured by the ambient light sensor M
M OFF
in front of the instrument panel.
N AUTO headlight
Even with the AUTO headlight feature
in operation, it is recommended to
O Parking light
manually turn ON the headlights when
P Headlight
driving at night or in a fog, driving in the
rain, or when you enter dark areas, such
Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
as tunnels and parking facilities.
The Daytime Running Lights can make it
easier for others to see the front of your
NOTICE
vehicle during the day, especially after
dawn and before sunset. The DRL system
ś Do not cover or spill anything on
is ON when the headlight switch is in the
the sensor M located in front of the
OFF or the AUTO headlight position and
instrument panel.
the Electronic Parking Brake is released.
ś Do not clean the sensor using a
It turns off when:
window cleaner, the cleaner may
leave a light film which could interfere
ś The headlights are ON.
with sensor operation.
ś The parking brake is applied.
ś If your vehicle has window tint or
ś The vehicle is turned off.
other types of metallic coating on the
front windshield, the AUTO headlight
system may not work properly.
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Parking light (
)
High Beam Operation
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The parking light, license plate light and
To turn on the high beam headlight,
instrument panel light are turned ON.
push the lever away from you. The lever
returns to its original position.
Headlight (
)
The high beam indicator illuminates
when the headlight high beams are
switched on.
To turn off the high beam headlight, pull
the lever toward you. The low beams turn
on.
WARNING
Do not use high beam when there are
other vehicles approaching you. Using
high beam may obstruct the other
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driver’s vision.
The headlight, parking light, license plate
light, and instrument panel light are
turned ON.
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The ignition switch must be in the ON
position to turn on the headlight.
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To flash the high beam headlight, pull the
lever toward you, then release the lever.
The high beams remain ON as long as
you hold the lever.
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Turn Signals and Lane Change
Information
Signals
ś For more information on the cluster
type Settings menu, refer to the
“Cluster Display” section in Chapter 4.
ś The infotainment system may change
after software updates. For more
information, refer to the user’s manual
provided in the infotainment system
and the quick reference guide.
Battery Saver Function
To prevent the battery from being
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discharging, the system automatically
turns off the parking lights when the
To signal a turn, push down on the lever
driver turns the vehicle off and opens the
for a left turn or up for a right turn in
driver’s door.
position A .
To keep the lights on when the vehicle is
If an indicator stays on and does not
turned off:
flash or if it flashes abnormally, one of
(1) Open the driver’s door.
the turn signal bulbs may be burned out
and require replacement. Contact an
(2) Turn the parking lights OFF and ON
authorized HYNDAI dealer.
again using the headlight switch.
One touch turn signal
To use One Touch Turn Signal, push the
turn signal lever up or down to position B
and then release it.
The lane change signals blinks 3, 5 or 7
times.
You can enable the One Touch Turn
Signal function or choose the number
of blinking from the Settings menu in
the instrument cluster or infotainment
system.
Select:
ś User Settings > Lights > One Touch
Turn Signal > Off/3 flashes/5
flashes/7 flashes (for cluster type)
ś Setup > Vehicle > Lights > One Touch
Turn Signal > 3 flashes/5 flashes/7
flashes/Off (for infotainment system
type)
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Headlight Delay Function
Information
If you place the ignition switch to the
ś For more information on the cluster
ACC or OFF position with the headlights
type Settings menu, refer to the
ON, the headlights (and/or parking
“Cluster Display” section in Chapter 4.
lights) remain on for about 5 minutes. If
ś The infotainment system may change
the driver’s door is opened and closed,
after software updates. For more
the headlights are turned off after 15
information, refer to the user’s manual
seconds. Also, with the vehicle off if the
provided in the infotainment system
driver’s door is opened and closed, the
and the quick reference guide.
headlights (and/or parking lights) are
turned off after 15 seconds.
The headlights (and/or parking lights)
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can be turned off by pressing the lock
If the driver exits the vehicle through
button on the remote key or smart key
another door besides the driver’s door,
twice or turning the headlight switch to
the battery saver function does not
the OFF or AUTO position.
operate and the headlight delay function
You can enable the headlight delay
does not turn OFF automatically.
function from the Settings menu in
To avoid battery discharge, turn OFF the
the instrument cluster or infotainment
headlights manually before exiting the
system.
vehicle.
Select:
ś User Settings > Lights > Headlight
Delay (for cluster type)
ś Setup > Vehicle > Lights > Headlight
Delay (for infotainment system type)
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INTERIOR LIGHTS
WARNING
Front Lights
Do not use the interior lights when
driving in the dark. The interior lights
may obscure your view and result in a
collision.
Do not use the interior lights for
extended periods when the vehicle
is turned off. Otherwise, the battery
discharges.
Interior Lights AUTO OFF
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The interior lights automatically go off
Map lamp 1 (
):
about 10 minutes after the vehicle is
turned off and the doors are closed.
Touch either button to turn on or off the
If a door is opened, the light go off 40
map lamp. This light produces a spot
minutes after the vehicle is turned off. If
beam for convenient use as a map lamp
the doors are locked by the remote key
at night or as a personal lamp for the
or smart key and the vehicle enters the
driver and the front passenger.
armed stage of the theft alarm system,
the lights go off five seconds later.
Door lamp 2 (
):
The front or rear room lamps come on
when the front or rear doors are opened.
When doors are unlocked by the remote
key or smart key, the front and rear lamps
come on for about 30 seconds as long
as any door is not opened. The front
and rear room lamps go out gradually
after about 30 seconds when the door is
closed. However, if the ignition switch is
in the ON position or all doors are locked,
the front and rear lamps turn off. If a
door is opened with the ignition switch
in the ACC or LOCK/OFF position, the
front and rear lamps stay on for about 20
minutes.
Room lamp 3 (
):
Press the button to turn on the room
lamp for the front and rear seats.
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Rear Room Lamps (if equipped)
Glove Box Lamp (if equipped)
„ Type A
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„ Type B
The glove box lamp turns on when the
glove box is opened.
Cargo Area Lamp
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Press this button to turn the room lamps
on or off.
Vanity Mirror Lamp
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The cargo area lamp turns on when
the liftgate is opened and off when the
liftgate is closed.
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Push the switch to turn the lamp on or
off.
ś
: The lamp turns on if this button
is pressed.
ś
: The lamp turns off if this button is
pressed.
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Information
ś For more information on the cluster
type Settings menu, refer to the
“Cluster Display” section in Chapter 4.
ś The infotainment system may change
after software updates. For more
information, refer to the user’s manual
provided in the infotainment system
and the quick reference guide.
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Headlight and Parking Light
Welcome system helps keep the driver
When the headlight switch is in the
visible by turning on vehicle lights when
headlight or AUTO position and all doors
the driver approaches the vehicle.
(and liftgate) are locked and closed, the
parking lights and headlights come on
Door Handle Light (if equipped)
for 15 seconds when the door unlock
button is pressed on the remote key or
When all the doors (and liftgate) are
smart key.
closed and locked, the door handle light
turns on for about 15 seconds if:
If you press the door lock or unlock
button, the parking lights and headlights
ś Convenience > Welcome Mirror/
Light > On door unlock is selected
turn off immediately.
from the Settings menu in the
instrument cluster or infotainment
Interior Light
system,
When the interior light switch is in the
- The door lock button is pressed on
position and all doors (and liftgate)
the smart key.
are closed and locked, the room lamps
come on for 30 seconds when:
- The button of the outside door
handle is pressed while carrying the
- The door unlock button is pressed on
smart key.
the remote key or smart key.
- You put your hand in the outside
- The button of the outside door handle
door handle while carrying the
is pressed while carrying the smart
smart key.
key.
ś The smart key is detected, and
- You put your hand in the outside door
both Convenience > Welcome
handle while carrying the smart key.
Mirror/Light > On door unlock and
If you press the door lock or unlock
Convenience > Welcome Mirror/
button on the smart key, the lights turn
Light > On driver approach are
off immediately.
selected.
You can activate or deactivate the
Welcome Light function from the
Settings menu in the instrument cluster
or infotainment system.
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High Beam Assist Settings
With the ignition switch ON, go to the
Settings menu to turn on High Beam
Assist and deselect to turn off the
function in the instrument cluster or
infotainment system.
Select:
ś User Settings > Lights > High Beam
Assist (for cluster type)
ś Setup > Vehicle > Lights > High Beam
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Assist (for infotainment system type)
High Beam Assist automatically controls
the headlights between high beam and
WARNING
low beam depending on the detected
ambient light, such as an oncoming
Only change the settings after parking
vehicle or leading vehicle.
your vehicle at a safe location.
High Beam Assist Operation
Information
ś After selecting High Beam Assist from
High Beam Assist function uses the
the settings menu to operate High
following sensor:
Beam Assist:
ś Front view camera
- Place the headlight switch in the
Refer to the "Driver Assistance System
AUTO position and push the turn
Sensors" section in chapter 7 for the
signal lever toward the instrument
location.
cluster. High Beam Assist (
)
indicator light illuminates.
- When High Beam Assist is enabled,
high beams turn on when the
vehicle speed is above 25 mph (40
km/h) and the High Beam (
)
indicator light illuminates. When the
vehicle speed is below 15 mph (25
km/h), high beams do not turn on
and the indicator light illuminates
in white.
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Convenience Features
ś When High Beam Assist is operating:
High Beam Assist Malfunction
- If the turn signal lever is pulled
and Limitations
toward you when the high beams
System malfunction
are off, the high beams turn on.
When you let go of the turn signal
lever, High Beam Assist operates
again.
- If the turn signal lever is pulled
toward you when the high beams
are on by High Beam Assist, the
low beams turn on and High Beam
Assist turns off.
- If the turn signal lever is pushed
away from you, the high beams turn
on and High Beam Assist turns off.
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- If the headlight switch is moved
When High Beam Assist is not working
from AUTO to another position
properly, the "Check High Beam Assist
(headlight/position/off), the
(HBA) system" warning message may
corresponding light turns on and
appear, and the warning light may
High Beam Assist turns off.
illuminate on the instrument cluster.
ś When High Beam Assist is operating,
Contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
high beam switches to low beam if:
- The headlights of an oncoming
vehicle are detected.
- The tail lights of a front vehicle are
detected.
- The headlight or tail light of a
motorcycle or a bicycle is detected.
- The surrounding ambient light is
bright enough so high beams are
not required.
- Streetlights or other lights are
detected.
Information
The images and colors in the instrument
cluster may differ depending on the
cluster type or theme selected from the
settings menu.
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Limitations of High Beam Assist
Information
High Beam Assist may not work properly
For more information on the limitations
in the following situations if:
of the front view camera, refer to the
ś
The headlights from an oncoming or
“Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist
front vehicle is damaged or out of the
(FCA)” section in Chapter 7.
detection range.
ś
The headlights from an oncoming or
WARNING
front vehicle are covered with dust,
snow, or water.
ś
Always check road conditions, and if
necessary, take appropriate actions to
ś
An oncoming or front vehicle’s
headlights are off but the fog lights
drive safely. It is your responsibility to
operate your vehicle in a safe manner.
are on.
ś
There are lights that have a similar
ś
If High Beam Assist does not operate
properly, use the turn signal lever to
shape as a vehicle’s light ahead.
switch between high beam and low
ś
The headlights are not repaired or
beam.
replaced properly.
ś
High Beam Assist may not operate for
ś
The headlights are not aimed properly.
15 seconds right after your vehicle is
ś
You are driving on a narrow curved
started or when the front view camera
road, rough road, uphill, or downhill.
is initialized.
ś
A front vehicle is partially visible at a
crossroad or on a curved road.
ś
There is a temporary reflector or flash
ahead (construction area).
ś
There is a traffic light, reflecting sign,
LED sign, or reflectors ahead.
ś
The road is wet or covered with snow
or ice.
ś
A vehicle suddenly appears from a
curve.
ś
The vehicle is tilted due to a flat tire or
being towed.
ś
The headlights from an oncoming or
front vehicle is not detected because
of exhaust fumes, smoke, fog, snow,
blizzard, water spray on the road, or
windshield condensation, etc.
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„ Front windshield wiper/washer
Windshield Wipers
Operates as follows when the ignition
switch is turned ON.
MIST:
For a single wiping cycle,
move the lever up (MIST) and
release it. The wipers operate
continuously if the lever is
held in this position.
OFF:
Wipers are not in operation.
INT:
Wipers operate intermittently
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at the same wiping intervals.
„ Rear windshield wiper/washer
Use this mode in light rain or
mist. To change the speed
setting, turn the speed
control knob.
LO:
The wiper runs at a lower speed.
HI:
The wiper runs at a higher speed.
Information
ś If there is heavy accumulation of snow
or ice on the windshield, defrost the
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windshield for about 10 minutes, or
A. Wiper speed control (front)
until the snow and/or ice is removed
ś MIST - Single wipe
before using the windshield wipers to
ensure proper operation.
ś OFF - Off
If you do not remove the snow and/or
ś INT - Intermittent wipe
ice before using the wiper and washer,
AUTO - Auto control wipe
it may damage the wiper and washer
(if equipped)
system.
ś LO- Low wiper speed
ś If it snows while driving, the wiper
ś HI - High wiper speed
may temporarily stop operation
B. Intermittent control wipe time
to prevent damage caused by
adjustment
accumulated snow at the upper and
lower parts of the window. When
C. Wash with brief wipes (front)
the wiper stops operation, clear the
D. Rear wiper control (if equipped)
accumulated snow from the parts.
ś HI - High wiper speed
The wiper operation is stopped upon
ś LO- Low wiper speed
snow accumulation while driving.
This is normal wiper operation. It is to
ś OFF - Off
prevent safety issues from happening
when the wiper operation continues
without removing snow.
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AUTO wiper control (if equipped)
Front Windshield Washers
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The rain sensor located on the upper
In the OFF position, pull the lever gently
end of the windshield glass senses
toward you to spray washer fluid on the
the amount of rainfall and controls the
windshield and to run the wipers 1-3
interval of the wiping cycle.
cycles. The spray and wiper operation
To change the sensitivity setting, turn the
continues until you release the lever. If
sensitivity control knob.
the washer does not work, you may need
to add washer fluid to the washer fluid
If the wiper switch is set in the AUTO
reservoir.
mode when the ignition switch is in the
ON position, the wiper operates once to
perform a self-check of the system. Set
WARNING
the wiper to the OFF position when the
When the outside temperature is below
wiper is not used.
freezing, always warm the windshield
using the defroster to prevent the washer
WARNING
fluid from freezing on the windshield and
obscuring your vision that could lead to
To prevent personal injury:
a collision resulting in serious injury or
ś Do not touch the upper end of the
death.
windshield glass near the rain sensor.
Always use appropriate washer fluids in
ś Do not wipe the upper end of the
the winter season or cold weather.
windshield glass with a damp or wet
cloth.
NOTICE
ś Do not put pressure on the windshield
glass.
To prevent damage:
ś Do not operate the washer when the
fluid reservoir is empty or when the
NOTICE
windshield is dry.
To prevent damage:
ś Do not attempt to move the wipers
ś When washing the vehicle, set the
manually.
wiper to the OFF position to stop the
auto wiper operation.
ś Do not remove the sensor cover
located on the upper end of the
passenger side windshield glass.
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