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Emergency Situations
CAUTION
NOTICE
• Do not tow the vehicle with the front
Do not lift the vehicle by the tow fitting or
wheels on the ground as this may cause
body and chassis parts. Otherwise the
damage to the vehicle.
vehicle may be damaged.
Removable Towing Hook
Front
2C_TowingBad
• Do not tow vehicles with sling-type
equipment. Only use wheel lift or
flatbed equipment.
2C_TowingHook
Rear
2C_TowingBad_2
• Do not lift using the trailer hitch or body
2C_TowingHook_2
and chassis part.
1. Open the liftgate, and remove the
towing hook from the tool case.
2. Remove the hole cover on the bumper.
Precautions when moving a short
distance before towing a vehicle
• Front: Push the lower part of the
Move short distances within 33 ft. (10 m)
bumper hole cover.
at a speed of 3 mph (5 km/h) or less only
• Rear: Push the upper part of the
when loading on a tow truck or if the
bumper hole cover.
vehicle needs to be repositioned.
3. Install the towing hook by turning it
At this time, the gear must be in the N
clockwise [A] into the hole until it is fully
(Neutral) position and the parking brake
secured.
must be released. If it is impossible to
4. Remove the towing hook and install the
operate the gear and parking brake, move
cover after use.
the vehicle with the front wheel lifted.
8-20
8
NOTICE
Failure to properly tighten the towing
hook may result in vehicle damage and
deformation of related parts.
CAUTION
Make sure the towing hook is tighten
properly. If not, during towing the towing
hook may be thrown off the vehicle
resulting in serious injury or accident.
8-21
9. Maintenance
Motor Compartment
9-3
Maintenance Services
9-4
Owner's Responsibility
9-4
Owner Maintenance Precautions
9-4
Owner Maintenance
9-5
Owner Maintenance Schedule
9-5
Scheduled Maintenance Services
9-7
Normal Maintenance Schedule
9-8
Maintenance Under Severe Usage and Low Mileage Conditions
9-10
Explanation of Scheduled Maintenance Items
9-11
Cooling System
9-11
Coolant
9-11
Gear Fluid
9-11
Brake Hoses and Lines
9-11
Brake Fluid
9-11
Brake Discs, Pads, Calipers and Rotors
9-11
Suspension Mounting Bolts
9-11
Steering Gear Box, Linkage & Boots/Lower Arm Ball Joint
9-11
Drive Shafts and Boots
9-11
Air Conditioning Refrigerant
9-11
Coolant
9-12
Changing Coolant
9-14
Brake Fluid
9-14
Checking the Brake Fluid Level
9-14
Gear Fluid
9-15
Washer Fluid
9-16
9
Checking the Washer Fluid Level
9-16
Cabin Air Filter
9-16
Filter Inspection
9-16
Filter Replacement
9-16
Wiper Blades
9-17
Blade Inspection
9-17
Blade Replacement
9-17
Battery (12 V)
9-19
For Best Battery Service
9-20
Battery Capacity Label
9-21
Battery Recharging
9-21
Reset Items
9-22
Tires and Wheels
9-22
Tire Care
9-23
Recommended Cold Tire Inflation Pressures
9-23
Check Tire Inflation Pressure
9-24
Tire Rotation
9-24
Wheel Alignment and Tire Balance
9-25
Tire Replacement
9-25
Wheel Replacement
9-26
Tire Traction
9-26
Tire Maintenance
9-26
Tire Sidewall Labeling
9-27
Tire Terminology and Definitions
9-30
All Season Tires
9-33
Summer Tires
9-33
Snow Tires
9-33
Radial-Ply Tires
9-33
Low Aspect Ratio Tires
9-34
Fuses
9-34
Instrument Panel Fuse Replacement
9-35
Motor Compartment Panel Fuse Replacement
9-36
Fuse/Relay Panel Description
9-37
Light Bulbs
9-44
Headlight, Parking Light, Turn Signal Light, Daytime Running Light (DRL)
9
Replacement
9-45
Side Repeater Light Replacement
9-47
Rear Combination Light Replacement
9-47
High Mounted Stop Light Replacement
9-48
License Plate Light Replacement
9-48
Interior Light Replacement
9-48
Appearance Care
9-51
Exterior Care
9-51
Interior Care
9-56
California Perchlorate Notice
9-58
9
Motor Compartment
1C_MotorRoomOverview
The actual motor compartment in the vehicle may differ from the illustration.
(1) Coolant reservoir
(2) Windshield washer fluid reservoir
(3) Brake fluid reservoir
(4) Fuse box
(5) Battery (12 V)
(6) Front trunk
(7) Emergency cable
9-3
Maintenance
Maintenance Services
Owner Maintenance
Precautions
You should exercise the utmost care to
Inadequate, incomplete or insufficient
prevent damage to your vehicle and
servicing may result in operational
injury to yourself whenever performing
problems with your vehicle that could
any maintenance or inspection
lead to vehicle damage, an accident, or
procedures.
personal injury. This chapter provides
Have your vehicle maintained and
instructions only for the maintenance
repaired by an authorized HYUNDAI
items that are easy to perform.
dealer. An authorized HYUNDAI dealer
Your vehicle should not be modified in
meets HYUNDAI's high service quality
any way. Such modifications may
standards and receives technical support
adversely affect the performance, safety
from HYUNDAI in order to provide you
or durability of your vehicle and may, in
with a high level of service satisfaction.
addition, violate conditions of the limited
warranties covering the vehicle.
Owner's Responsibility
Certain modifications may also be in
Maintenance service and record
violation of regulations established by the
retention are the owner's responsibility.
U.S. Department of Transportation and
other federal or state agencies.
You should retain documents that show
proper maintenance has been performed
NOTICE
on your vehicle in accordance with the
scheduled maintenance service charts
Improper owner maintenance during the
shown on the following pages. You need
warranty period may affect warranty
this information to establish your
coverage. For more information, read the
compliance with the servicing and
separate Owner's Handbook & Warranty
maintenance requirements of your
Information booklet provided with the
vehicle warranties.
vehicle. If you're unsure about any service
or maintenance procedure, have it done
Detailed warranty information is provided
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
in your Owner's Handbook & Warranty
Information booklet.
Repairs and adjustments required as a
result of improper maintenance or a lack
of required maintenance are not covered.
9-4
9
These Owner Maintenance vehicle
Owner Maintenance
checks are generally not covered by
warranties and you may be charged for
WARNING
labor, parts and lubricants used.
Performing maintenance work on a
The electric control system in the vehicle
vehicle can be dangerous. If you lack
may cause malfunction or other negative
sufficient knowledge and experience or
impact on the artificial heart and the
the proper tools and equipment to do the
artificial internal organs. Be sure to
work, have it done by an authorized
inquire the impact of the electric control
HYUNDAI dealer. ALWAYS follow these
system on the artificial organs from the
precautions for performing maintenance
medical product corporation.
work:
• Park your vehicle on level ground. Shift
Owner Maintenance Schedule
the vehicle to P (Park), apply the
parking brake, and press the Start/Stop
button to the OFF position.
When you stop for charging:
• Block the tires (front and back) to
• Check the coolant level in the coolant
prevent the vehicle from moving.
reservoir.
Remove loose clothing or jewelry that
• Check the windshield washer fluid
can become entangled in moving parts.
level.
• Keep flames, sparks, or smoking
• Check for low or under-inflated tires.
materials away from the battery and
motor related parts.
WARNING
Be careful when checking your coolant
level if the motor compartment is hot.
WARNING
This may result in coolant being blown
out of the opening and cause serious
Make sure to turn the Start/Stop button to
burns and other injuries.
the OFF position to shut down the vehicle
before performing maintenance work on
the vehicle.
While operating your vehicle:
• Check for vibrations in the steering
wheel. Notice if there is any increased
The following lists are vehicle checks and
steering effort or looseness in the
inspections that should be performed by
steering wheel, or change in its
the owner or an authorized HYUNDAI
straight-ahead position.
dealer at the frequencies indicated to
help ensure safe, dependable operation
• Notice if your vehicle constantly turns
of your vehicle.
slightly or "pulls" to one side when
traveling on smooth, level road.
Any adverse conditions should be
brought to the attention of your dealer as
• When stopping, listen and check for
soon as possible.
unusual sounds, pulling to one side,
increased brake pedal travel or
"hard-to-push" brake pedal.
9-5
Maintenance
• If any slipping or changes in the
At least once a year:
operation of your gear shift occurs,
• Clean body and door drain holes.
check the shift gear fluid level.
• Lubricate door hinges and hood hinges.
• Check the shift gear P (Park) function.
• Lubricate door and hood locks and
• Check the parking brake.
latches.
• Check for fluid leaks under your vehicle
• Lubricate door rubber weather strips.
(water dripping from the air
• Check the air conditioning system.
conditioning system during or after use
is normal).
• Inspect and lubricate shift gear linkage
and controls.
• Clean the battery (12 V) and terminals.
At least monthly:
• Check the brake fluid level.
• Check coolant level in the coolant
reservoir.
• Check the operation of all exterior
lights, including the stoplights, turn
signals and hazard warning flashers.
• Check the inflation pressures of all tires
including the spare for tires that are
worn, show uneven wear, or are
damaged.
• Check for loose wheel lug nuts.
At least twice a year: (for example,
every Spring and Autumn)
• Check radiator, heater and air
conditioning hoses for leaks or
damage.
• Check windshield washer spray and
wiper operation. Clean wiper blades
with a clean cloth dampened with
washer fluid.
• Check headlight alignment.
• Check the seat belts for wear and
function.
9-6
9
Scheduled Maintenance Services
Follow Normal Maintenance Schedule if the vehicle is usually operated where none of the
following conditions apply. If any of the following conditions apply, you must follow the
Maintenance Under Severe Usage Conditions.
• Driving on rough, dusty, muddy, unpaved, graveled or salt-spread roads
• Driving in areas using salt or other corrosive materials or in very cold weather
• Driving in heavy dust condition
• Driving in heavy traffic area with the ambient temperature higher than 90 ºF (32 ºC)
while consuming more than 50% of electric energy.
• Driving on uphill, downhill, or mountain roads repeatedly
• Towing a trailer or using a camper, or driving with loads on the roof
• Driving as a patrol car, taxi, other commercial use or vehicle towing
• Frequently driving under high speed or rapid acceleration/deceleration
• Frequently driving in stop-and-go conditions
If your vehicle is operated under the above conditions, you should inspect, replace or
refill more frequently than the following Normal Maintenance Schedule. After the periods
or distance shown in the chart, continue to follow the prescribed maintenance intervals.
9-7
Maintenance
Normal Maintenance Schedule
The following maintenance services must be performed to ensure good vehicle
performance.
Keep receipts for all vehicle services to protect your warranty. Where both mileage and
time are shown, the frequency of service is determined by whichever occurs first.
I: Inspect and if necessary, adjust, correct, clean or replace.
R: Replace or change.
Months
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
156
MAINTENANCE
Miles×1,000
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
80
88
96
104
INTERVALS
Km×1,000
13
26
39
52
65
78
91
104
117
130
143
156
169
MAINTENANCE ITEM
Cooling system
12 V auxiliary battery condition
Brake lines, hoses, and
connections
Disc brakes and pads
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
Brake pedal
Steering gear rack, linkage,
and boots
Air conditioning compressor,
air conditioner refrigerant and
performance
9-8
9
I: Inspect and if necessary, adjust, correct, clean or replace.
R: Replace or change.
Months
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
156
MAINTENANCE
Miles×1,000
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
80
88
96
104
INTERVALS
Km×1,000
13
26
39
52
65
78
91
104
117
130
143
156
169
MAINTENANCE ITEM
Drive shafts and boots
I
I
I
I
I
I
Replace Climate Control Air
Filter (For Evaporator and
I
R
I
R
I
R
I
R
I
R
I
R
I
Blower Unit)
Gear fluid
I
I
I
Rotate Tires (Includes Tire
Pressure and Tread Wear
Rotate every 8,000 mi. (13,000 km) or 12 months
Inspection)
At first, replace at 120,000 mi. (200,000 km) or 120 months.
Coolant *1
Standard
After that, replace every 24,000 mi. (40,000 km) or 24
months
Inspect every 8,000 mi. (13,000 km) or 12 months, Replace
Brake fluid
every 48,000 mi. (78,000 km) or 48 months
*1 Consult an authorized HYUNDAI dealer, when replacing or adding coolant.
9-9
Maintenance
Maintenance Under Severe Usage and Low Mileage Conditions
The following items must be serviced more frequently on cars mainly used under severe
driving conditions.
Refer to the chart below for the appropriate maintenance intervals.
R: Replace
I: Inspect and if necessary, adjust, correct, clean or replace
Maintenance
Driving
Maintenance item
Maintenance intervals
operation
condition
Replace every 80,000
Gear fluid
R
A, C, F, G
mi.(120,000 km)
Steering gear rack,
Inspect more frequently
I
A, B, C, D, E
linkage and boots
depending on the condition
Front suspension ball
Inspect more frequently
I
A, B, C, D, E
joints
depending on the condition
Disc brakes and pads,
Inspect more frequently
A, B, C, D, E, F,
I
calipers and rotors
depending on the condition
G, H, I
Inspect more frequently
A, B, C, D, E, F,
Drive shaft and boots
I
depending on the condition
G, H
Replace more frequently
Cabin air filter
R
A, C, E
depending on the condition
Severe driving conditions
A. Driving on rough, dusty, muddy, unpaved, graveled or salt spread roads
B. Driving in areas using salt or other corrosive materials or in very cold weather
C. Driving in heavy dust condition
D. Driving in heavy traffic area with the ambient temperature higher than 90 ºF (32 ºC)
while consuming more than 50 % of electric energy.
E. Driving on uphill, downhill, or mountain roads repeatedly
F. Towing a trailer or using a camper, or driving with loads on the roof
G. Driving as a patrol car, taxi, other commercial use or vehicle towing
H. Frequently driving under high speed or rapid acceleration/deceleration
I. Frequently driving in stop-and-go conditions
9-10
9
Explanation of Scheduled
Suspension Mounting Bolts
Check the suspension connections for
Maintenance Items
looseness or damage. Retighten to the
specified torque.
Cooling System
Check cooling system components, such
Steering Gear Box, Linkage &
as radiator, coolant reservoir, hoses and
Boots/Lower Arm Ball Joint
connections for leakage and damage.
With the vehicle stopped and the vehicle
Replace any damaged parts.
off, check for excessive free-play in the
steering wheel. Check the linkage for
bends or damage. Check the dust boots
Coolant
and ball joints for deterioration, cracks, or
The coolant should be changed at the
damage.
intervals specified in the maintenance
Replace any damaged parts.
schedule.
Drive Shafts and Boots
Gear Fluid
Check the drive shafts, boots and clamps
The gear fluid should be inspected and
for cracks, deterioration, or damage.
replaced according to the intervals
Replace any damaged parts and, if
specified in the maintenance schedule.
necessary, repack the grease.
Brake Hoses and Lines
Air Conditioning Refrigerant
Visually check for proper installation,
Check the air conditioning lines and
chafing, cracks, deterioration and any
connections for leakage and damage.
leakage. Replace any deteriorated or
damaged parts immediately.
Brake Fluid
Check the brake fluid level in the brake
fluid reservoir. The level should be
between the MIN and the MAX marks on
the side of the reservoir. Use only
hydraulic brake fluid conforming to DOT 4
specification.
Brake Discs, Pads, Calipers
and Rotors
Check the pads, the discs, and the rotors
for any excessive wear-out. Inspect
calipers for any fluid leakage.
9-11
Maintenance
Coolant
WARNING
2C_Coolant
2C_MotorRoomHotCaution
Check the condition and connections of
Keep hands, clothing, and tools away
all cooling system hoses and heater
from the rotating fan blades of the
hoses. Replace any swollen or
cooling fan. The electric motor for the
deteriorated hoses.
cooling fan may continue to operate or
The coolant level should be filled between
start up when the vehicle is off and can
the MAX and MIN marks on the side of the
cause serious injury.
coolant reservoir when the parts in the
The electric motor for the cooling fan is
motor compartment is cool.
controlled by vehicle coolant
If the coolant level is low, add enough
temperature, refrigerant pressure, and
distilled (deionized) water mixed with
vehicle speed. As the vehicle coolant
antifreeze to bring the level to the MAX
temperature decreases, the electric
mark. If frequent additions are required,
motor automatically shuts off. This is a
have your vehicle inspected by an
normal condition.
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Use only designated coolant water for
electric vehicles, adding other types of
WARNING
water or antifreeze can damage the
vehicle.
WL_RadiatorHotWarning
• Check the coolant level when the motor
compartment is cooled. Coolant level is
influenced by temperature, and if the
coolant reservoir cap is removed when
coolant temperature is high, hot
coolant and steam may blow out under
pressure causing serious injury.
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9
• Make sure the coolant cap is properly
Recommended coolant
closed after refilling coolant. Otherwise
• When adding coolant, use only
the motor could be overheated while
deionized water, distilled water, or soft
driving.
water for your vehicle and never mix
hard water in the coolant filled at the
factory.
WARNING
• An incorrect coolant mixture may result
in severe malfunction or motor
Make sure the coolant cap is properly
damage.
closed after refilling coolant. Otherwise,
the motor could be overheated while
• Do not use alcohol or methanol coolant
driving.
or mix them with the specified coolant.
• Do not use a solution that contains
more than 60% antifreeze or less than
1. Check if the coolant cap label is straight
35% antifreeze, which could reduce the
in front.
effectiveness of the solution.
For mixing percentage, refer to the
following table:
Mixture Percentage
Ambient
(volume)
Temperature
Antifreeze
Water
5 °F (-15 °C)
35
65
-13 °F (-25 °C)
40
60
2C_CheckCoolantCapLocked
2. Make sure that the tiny protrusions
-31 °F (-35 °C)
50
50
inside the coolant cap is securely
-49 °F (-45 °C)
60
40
interlocked.
Information
If in doubt about the mix ratio, a 50 %
water and 50 % antifreeze mix is the
easiest to mix together because it is the
same quantity for each.
2C_CheckCoolantCapLocked_2
9-13
Maintenance
Changing Coolant
Brake Fluid
Have the coolant changed by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer according to
the maintenance schedule.
Checking the Brake Fluid
Level
WARNING
Do not use coolant or antifreeze in the
washer fluid reservoir.
Coolant can severely obscure visibility
when sprayed on the windshield and may
cause loss of vehicle control resulting in
an accident.
Coolant may also cause damage to paint
and body trim.
2C_BrakeFluidLevel
Check the fluid level in the reservoir
NOTICE
periodically. The fluid level should be
between MAX and MIN marks on the side
To prevent damage to motor parts, put a
of the reservoir.
thick towel around the coolant cap before
refilling the coolant to prevent the
Before removing the reservoir cap and
coolant from overflowing into motor
adding brake fluid, clean the area around
parts.
the reservoir cap thoroughly to prevent
brake fluid contamination.
If the level is low, add the specified brake
fluid to the MAX level. If the fluid level is
excessively low or frequent additions are
required have the brake system inspected
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
WARNING
If brake fluid comes in contact with your
eyes, flush your eyes with clean water for
at least 15 minutes and get immediate
medical attention.
9-14
9
NOTICE
Gear Fluid
• Do not allow brake fluid to contact the
Have the gear fluid inspected by an
vehicle's body paint, because paint
authorized HYUNDAI dealer according to
damage may occur.
the maintenance schedule.
• Never use brake fluid that has been
exposed to open air for an extended
time and dispose of it properly.
• Do not use the wrong type of brake
fluid. A few drops of mineral based oil
such as engine oil in your brake system
may damage the brake system parts.
Information
Use only the specified brake fluid (refer to
the "Recommended Lubricants and
Capacities" section in chapter 2)
9-15
Maintenance
Washer Fluid
Cabin Air Filter
Checking the Washer Fluid
Filter Inspection
Level
The cabin air filter must be replaced
according to the Maintenance Schedule.
If the vehicle is operated in severely
air-polluted cities or on dusty rough roads
for a long period, it should be inspected
more frequently and replaced sooner.
Replace the cabin air filter by following
the procedure below and be careful to
avoid damaging other components.
Filter Replacement
2C_WasherFluid
1. Open the glove box and remove the
Check the fluid level in the washer fluid
support rod (1).
reservoir and add fluid if necessary. Plain
water may be used if washer fluid is not
available. However, use washer solvent
with antifreeze characteristics in cold
climates to prevent freezing.
WARNING
To prevent serious injury or death, take
the following safety precautions when
using washer fluid:
• Do not use coolant or antifreeze in the
washer fluid reservoir. Coolant can
2. Press both sides of the glove box
severely obscure visibility when
inward to release.
sprayed on the windshield and may
cause loss of vehicle control resulting in
an accident or damage to paint and
body trim.
• Do not allow sparks or flame to contact
the washer fluid or the washer fluid
reservoir. Washer fluid may contain
alcohol and can be flammable.
• Do not drink washer fluid and avoid
contact with skin. Washer fluid is
harmful to humans and animals.
• Keep washer fluid away from children
3. Press and hold the lock on the right side
and animals.
of the cover.
9-16
9
Wiper Blades
Blade Inspection
Contamination of the windshield or wiper
blades with foreign substances may
reduce the effectiveness of the
windshield wipers.
Common sources of contamination are
insects, tree sap, and hot wax treatments
2C_AirFilterReplacementProcedure_3
used by some commercial car washes. If
4. Pull out the cover.
the blades are not wiping properly, clean
5. Replace the cabin air filter.
both the window and the blades with
6.Reassemble in the reverse order of
glass cleaner or mild detergent, and rinse
disassembly.
thoroughly with clean water. Replace
blades as needed.
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the wiper blades,
arms, or other components, do not:
• Use gasoline, kerosene, paint thinner,
or other solvents on or near them.
• Attempt to move the wipers manually.
Blade Replacement
2C_AirFilterReplacementCaution
• Install a new cabin air filter in the
When the wipers no longer clean
correct direction with the arrow
adequately, the blades may be worn or
symbol (↓) facing downwards, to
cracked. Replace the wipers with new
prevent noise and reduce
ones.
effectiveness.
NOTICE
• Always be sure that the front trunk
cover is firmly closed after replacing
To prevent damage:
the cabin air filter.
• Never use non-specified wiper blades.
Otherwise is may cause interior
• Lift the wiper arms when in the top
damage in the motor compartment,
wiping position.
noise trouble, or entrance of foreign
• Always return the wiper arms to the
substances.
windshield before driving.
9-17
Maintenance
Front windshield wiper blade
4. Install a new wiper blade assembly in
replacement
the reverse order of removal.
This vehicle has a "hidden" wiper design
that cannot be lifted when in their bottom
resting position.
1. Within 20 seconds of turning off the
vehicle, push and hold the wiper lever
down to the MIST (or 1x) position for
about 2 seconds until the wipers move
to the top wipe position.
2C_FontWiperReplacementProcedure_6
5. Gently put down the wiper back onto
the windshield.
6. With the Start/Stop button in the ON
position, turn the wiper switch to any
ON position to return the wipers to the
bottom resting position.
NOTICE
2C_FontWiperReplacementProcedure
2. Lift the wipers off the windshield.
• Avoid the wipers from touching the
3. Lift up the wiper blade clip (1). Then pull
windshield when the wiper blade is
down the wiper blade (2). Remove the
disassembled to prevent windshield
wiper blade from the wiper arm.
damage.
• The wiper may not operate for about 10
seconds if the wiper is operated
without washer fluid or the blades are
frozen to prevent damage to the motor.
2C_FontWiperReplacementProcedure_5
9-18
9
Rear window wiper blade
Battery (12 V)
replacement
WARNING
To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH to
you or bystanders, always follow these
precautions when working near or
handling the battery:
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2C_RearWiperReplacementProcedure_1
1. Raise the wiper arm and then rotate the
Always read and follow instructions
wiper blade assembly (1).
carefully when handling a battery.
2. Pull out the wiper blade assembly (2).
3. Install the new blade assembly by
inserting the center part into the slot in
the wiper arm until it clicks into place
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(3).
Wear eye protection designed to protect
the eyes from acid splashes.
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Keep all flames, sparks, or smoking
materials away from the battery.
2C_RearWiperReplacementProcedure_2
4. If the replacement is complete, put
down the wiper arm onto the rear
windshield, and turn the vehicle ON
and operate the wipers to check the
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blade is installed correctly.
Hydrogen is always present in battery
cells, is highly combustible, and may
explode if ignited.
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9-19
Maintenance
Keep batteries out of reach of children.
NOTICE
To prevent battery damage:
• When you do not use the vehicle for a
Ğ
long time in a low temperature area,
disconnect the battery and keep it
indoors.
Batteries contain sulfuric acid that is
• Always fully charge the battery to
highly corrosive. Do not allow acid to
prevent battery case damage in low
contact your eyes, skin, or clothing.
temperature areas.
If acid gets into your eyes, flush your eyes
• Prevent liquid from wetting the battery
with clean water for at least 15 minutes
terminals.
and get immediate medical attention. If
acid gets on your skin, thoroughly wash
• Do not tilt the battery.
the area. If you feel pain or a burning
• Never connect unauthorized devices to
sensation, get medical attention
the battery.
immediately.
• Lift a battery with a battery carrier or
with your hands on opposite corners.
For Best Battery Service
When lifting a plastic-cased battery,
excessive pressure on the case may
cause battery acid to leak.
• Do not attempt to jump start your
vehicle if your battery is frozen.
• NEVER attempt to recharge the battery
when the vehicle's battery cables are
connected to the battery.
• The electrical Start/Stop button works
with high voltage. Never touch these
components with the¢ indicator ON
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or when the Start/Stop button is in the
• Keep the battery securely mounted.
ON position.
• Keep the battery top clean and dry.
• Keep the terminals and connections
clean, tight, and coated with petroleum
WARNING
jelly or terminal grease.
• Rinse any spilled electrolyte from the
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
battery immediately with a solution of
Battery posts, terminals, and related
water and baking soda.
accessories contain lead and lead
• If the vehicle is not going to be used for
compounds, chemicals known to the
an extended time, disconnect the
State of California to cause cancer, birth
battery cables.
defects and reproductive harm. Batteries
also contain other chemicals known to
the State of California to cause cancer.
Wash hands after handling.
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Battery Capacity Label
WARNING
Always follow these instructions when
recharging your vehicle's battery to avoid
the risk of SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH
from explosions or acid burns:
Before performing maintenance or
recharging the battery, turn off all
accessories and stop the vehicle.
Keep all flames, sparks, or smoking
materials away from the battery.
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Always work outdoors or in an area with
plenty of ventilation.
Information
Wear eye protection when checking the
The actual battery label in the vehicle may
battery during charging.
differ from the illustration.
The battery must be removed from the
vehicle and placed in a well ventilated
area.
1. CMF60L-DIN: The HYUNDAI model
name of battery
Watch the battery during charging, and
stop or reduce the charging rate if the
2.60Ah (20HR): The nominal capacity (in
battery cells begin boiling violently.
Ampere hours)
Remove the negative battery cable first
3. CCA 550A (SAE/EN): The cold-test
and install it last when the battery is
current in amperes
disconnected. Disconnect the battery
4. RC 92min: The nominal reserve
charger in the following order:
capacity (in min.)
1. Turn off the battery charger main
switch.
Battery Recharging
2. Unhook the negative clamp from the
negative battery terminal.
By battery charger
3. Unhook the positive clamp from the
positive battery terminal.
Your vehicle has a maintenance-free,
calcium-based battery.
• If the battery becomes discharged over
a short time (because, for example, the
headlights or interior lights were left on
while the vehicle was not in use),
recharge it by slow charging (trickle) for
10 hours.
• If the battery gradually discharges
because of high electrical load while
the vehicle is being used, recharge it at
20-30 A for two hours.
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Maintenance
By jump starting
Tires and Wheels
After a jump start from a good battery,
drive the vehicle for 20-30 minutes
WARNING
before it is shutoff. The vehicle may not
restart if you shut it off before the battery
Tire failure may cause loss of vehicle
had a chance to adequately recharge. For
control resulting in an accident. To
more information, refer to the "Jump
reduce risk of SERIOUS INJURY or
Starting (12 V Battery)" section in chapter
DEATH, take the following
8 for more information on jump starting
precautions:
procedures.
Inspect your tires monthly for
Information
proper inflation as well as wear and
damage.
The recommended cold tire
pressure for your vehicle can be
Ġ
found in this manual and on the tire
label located on the driver's side
center pillar. Always use a tire
An inappropriately disposed battery can
pressure gauge to measure tire
be harmful to the environment and
pressure. Tires with too much or
human health. Dispose of the battery
according to your local law(s) or
too little pressure wear unevenly
regulation.
causing poor handling.
Check the pressure of the spare
every time you check the pressure
Reset Items
of the other tires on your vehicle.
The following items may need to be reset
Replace tires that are worn, show
after the battery has been discharged or
uneven wear, or are damaged.
the battery has been disconnected:
Worn tires can cause loss of braking
• Current Trip/After Recharging/Since
effectiveness, steering control, or
Last Reset (refer to chapter 4)
traction.
• Power window (refer to chapter 5)
ALWAYS replace tires with the
• Sunroof (refer to chapter 5)
same size, type, construction and
• Climate control system (refer to
tread pattern as each tire that was
chapter 5)
originally supplied with this vehicle.
• Power liftgate (refer to chapter 5)
Using tires and wheels other than
• Clock (refer to Infotainment system
the recommended sizes could
manual)
cause unusual handling
• Infotainment system (refer to
characteristics, poor vehicle
Infotainment system manual)
control, or negatively affect your
vehicle's Anti-Lock Brake System
(ABS) resulting in a serious
accident.
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Tire Care
WARNING
For proper maintenance, safety, and
Recommended pressures must be
maximum electric energy economy,
maintained for the best ride,
you must always maintain
vehicle handling, and minimum tire
recommended tire inflation
wear.
pressures and stay within the load
limits and weight distribution
Over-inflation or under-inflation
recommended for your vehicle.
can reduce tire life, adversely affect
vehicle handling, and lead to
sudden tire failure that may result
in loss of vehicle control resulting in
a collision.
Severe under-inflation may lead to
severe heat build-up, causing
blowouts, tread separation, and
other tire failures that result in loss
of vehicle control resulting in a
collision. This risk is much higher on
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hot days and when driving for a
All specifications (sizes and
long time at high speeds.
pressures) can be found on a label
attached to the driver's side center
Under-inflation may cause
pillar.
excessive wear, poor handling, and
reduced energy economy. Wheel
deformation is also possible. Keep
Recommended Cold Tire
your tire pressures at the proper
Inflation Pressures
levels. If a tire frequently needs
All tire pressures (including the spare)
refilling, have it inspected by an
should be checked when the tires are
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
cold. "Cold tires" means the vehicle
Over-inflation produces a harsh
has not been driven for at least 3
ride, excessive wear at the center of
hours or driven less than 1 mi. (1.6
the tire tread, and a greater
km).
possibility of damage from road
Warm tires normally exceed
hazards.
recommended cold tire pressures by
4 to 6 psi (28 to 41 kPa). Do not
release air from warm tires to adjust
the pressure or the tires will be
under-inflated. For recommended
inflation pressure, refer to the "Tires
and Wheels" section in chapter 2.
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Maintenance
Check Tire Inflation Pressure
Tire Rotation
Check your tires, including the spare
To equalize tread wear, HYUNDAI
tire, once a month or more.
recommends that the tires be rotated
according to the maintenance
schedule or sooner if irregular wear
How to check
develops.
Use a good quality tire pressure
During rotation, check the tires for
gauge to check tire pressure. You can
correct balance.
not tell if your tires are properly
inflated simply by looking at them.
When rotating tires, check for uneven
Radial tires may look properly inflated
wear and damage. Abnormal wear is
when they are under-inflated.
usually caused by incorrect tire
pressure, improper wheel alignment,
Remove the valve cap from the tire
out-of-balance wheels, severe
valve stem. Press the tire gauge
braking or severe cornering. Look for
firmly onto the valve to get a pressure
bumps or bulges in the tread or side
measurement. If the cold tire inflation
of the tire. Replace the tire if you find
pressure matches the recommended
any of these conditions. Replace the
pressure on the tire and loading
tire if fabric or cord is visible. After
information label, no further
rotation, be sure to bring the front
adjustment is necessary. If the
and rear tire pressures to
pressure is low, add air until you
specification and check wheel lug nut
reach the recommended pressure.
tightness (proper torque is 79-94
Make sure to put the valve caps back
lbf·ft (11-13kgf·m)).
on the valve stems. Without the valve
cap, dirt or moisture could get into
the valve core and cause air leakage.
If a valve cap is missing, install a new
one as soon as possible.
If you overfill the tire, release air by
pushing on the metal stem in the
center of the tire valve. Recheck the
tire pressure with the tire gauge. Be
sure to put the valve caps back on the
valve stems. Without the valve cap,
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dirt or moisture could get into the
Disc brake pads should be inspected
valve core and cause air leakage. If a
for wear whenever tires are rotated.
valve cap is missing, install a new one
as soon as possible.
Information
When installing an unsymmetrical
tire, install the side marked "outside"
facing out.
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Tire Replacement
WARNING
• Do not use the compact spare tire
for tire rotation.
• Do not mix bias ply and radial ply
tires under any circumstances. This
may cause unusual handling
characteristics that may cause loss
of vehicle control resulting in an
collision.
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[A]Tread wear indicator
Wheel Alignment and Tire
If the tire is worn evenly, a tread wear
Balance
indicator will appear as a solid band
The wheels on your vehicle were
across the tread. This shows there is
aligned and balanced carefully at the
less than 1/16 in. (1.6 mm) of tread left
factory to give you the longest tire life
on the tire. Replace the tire when this
and best overall performance.
happens.
In most cases, you will not need to
Do not wait for the band to appear
have your wheels aligned again.
across the entire tread before
However, if you notice unusual tire
replacing the tire.
wear or your vehicle pulling one way
or the other, the alignment may need
WARNING
to be reset.
To reduce the risk of DEATH or
If you notice your vehicle vibrating
SERIOUS INJURY:
when driving on a smooth road, your
• Replace tires that are worn, show
wheels may need to be rebalanced.
uneven wear, or are damaged.
NOTICE
Worn tires can cause loss of braking
effectiveness, steering control, and
Only use approved wheel weights or
traction.
your vehicle's aluminum wheels may
• Always replace tires with the same
be damaged.
size as each tire that was originally
supplied with this vehicle. Using
tires and wheels other than the
recommended sizes could cause
unusual handling characteristics,
poor vehicle control, or negatively
affect your vehicle's Anti-Lock
Brake System (ABS) resulting in a
serious accident.
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Maintenance
• When replacing tires (or wheels), it
Wheel Replacement
is recommended to replace the two
When replacing the metal wheels for
front or two rear tires (or wheels) as
any reason, make sure the new
a pair. Replacing just one tire can
wheels are equivalent to the original
seriously affect your vehicle's
factory units in diameter, rim width,
handling.
and offset.
• Tires degrade over time, even when
they are not being used. Regardless
Tire Traction
of the remaining tread, HYUNDAI
recommends that tires be replaced
Tire traction can be reduced if you
after six (6) years of normal service.
drive on worn tires, tires that are
improperly inflated or on slippery
• Heat caused by hot climates or
road surfaces. Tires should be
frequent high loading conditions
replaced when tread wear indicators
can accelerate the aging process.
appear. To reduce the possibility of
Failure to follow this warning may
losing control, slow down whenever
cause sudden tire failure, which
there is rain, snow or ice on the road.
could lead to a loss of vehicle
control resulting in an accident.
Tire Maintenance
In addition to proper inflation, correct
WARNING
wheel alignment helps to decrease
tire wear. If you find a tire is worn
The original tire should be repaired or
unevenly, have your dealer check the
replaced as soon as possible to avoid
wheel alignment.
failure of the spare and loss of vehicle
control resulting in an accident. The
When you have new tires installed,
compact spare tire is for emergency
make sure they are balanced. This will
use only. Do not operate your vehicle
increase vehicle ride comfort and tire
over 50 mph (80 km/h) when using
life. Additionally, a tire should always
the compact spare tire.
be rebalanced if it is removed from
the wheel.
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Tire Sidewall Labeling
235/45 R19 99V
This information identifies and
235: Tire width in millimeters.
describes the fundamental
45: Aspect ratio. The tire's section
characteristics of the tire and also
height as a percentage of its width.
provides the Tire Identification
R: Tire construction code (Radial).
Number (TIN) for safety standard
19: Rim diameter in inches.
certification. The TIN can be used to
identify the tire in case of a recall.
99: Load Index, a numerical code
associated with the maximum load
the tire can carry.
V: Speed Rating Symbol. See the
speed rating chart in this section for
additional information.
Wheel size designation
Wheels are also marked with
important information that you need
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if you ever have to replace one. The
following explains what the letters
and numbers in the wheel size
1. Manufacturer or brand name
designation mean.
Manufacturer or brand name is
shown.
Example wheel size designation:
7.5J X 19
2. Tire size designation
7.5: Rim width in inches.
A tire's sidewall is marked with a tire
J: Rim contour designation.
size designation. You will need this
information when selecting
19: Rim diameter in inches.
replacement tires for your car. The
following explains what the letters
and numbers in the tire size
designation mean.
Example tire size designation:
(These numbers are provided as an
example only; your tire size
designator could vary depending on
your vehicle.)
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Maintenance
Tire speed ratings
DOT: XXX XXXXXX OOOO
The chart below lists many of the
The front part of the DOT shows a
different speed ratings currently
plant code number, tire size and
being used for passenger vehicle
tread pattern and the last four
tires. The speed rating is part of the
numbers indicate week and year
tire size designation on the sidewall
manufactured.
of the tire. This symbol corresponds
For example:
to that tire's designed maximum safe
DOT XXX XXXXXX 5023 represents
operating speed.
that the tire was produced in the 50th
week of 2023.
Speed Rating
Maximum Speed
Symbol
4. Tire ply composition and material
S
112 mph (180 km/h)
The number of layers or plies of
rubber-coated fabric in the tire. Tire
T
118 mph (190 km/h)
manufacturers also must indicate the
H
130 mph (210 km/h)
materials in the tire, which include
steel, nylon, polyester, and others.
V
149 mph (240 km/h)
The letter "R" means radial ply
construction; the letter "D" means
W
168 mph (270 km/h)
diagonal or bias ply construction; and
the letter "B" means belted-bias ply
Y
186 mph (300 km/h)
construction.
3. Checking tire life (TIN: Tire
5. Maximum permissible inflation
Identification Number)
pressure
Any tires that are over six years old,
This number is the greatest amount
based on the manufacturing date,
of air pressure that should be put in
(including the spare tire) should be
the tire. Do not exceed the maximum
replaced by new ones. You can find
permissible inflation pressure. Refer
the manufacturing date on the tire
to the Tire and Loading Information
sidewall (possibly on the inside of the
label for recommended inflation
wheel), displaying the DOT Code. The
pressure.
DOT Code is a series of numbers on a
tire consisting of numbers and
6. Maximum load rating
English letters. The manufacturing
date is designated by the last four
This number indicates the maximum
digits (characters) of the DOT code.
load in kilograms and lbs. that can be
carried by the tire. When replacing
the tires on the vehicle, always use a
tire that has the same load rating as
the factory installed tire.
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7. Uniform tire quality grading
WARNING
Quality grades can be found where
applicable on the tire sidewall
The traction grade assigned to this
between tread shoulder and
tire is based on straight ahead
maximum section width.
braking traction tests, and does not
include acceleration, cornering,
For example:
hydroplaning, or peak traction
TREADWEAR 200
characteristics.
TRACTION AA
TEMPERATURE A
Temperature - A, B & C
Tread wear
The temperature grades are A (the
highest), B and C representing the
The tread wear grade is a
tire's resistance to the generation of
comparative rating based on the
heat and its ability to dissipate heat
wear rate of the tire when tested
when tested under controlled
under controlled conditions on a
conditions on a specified indoor
specified government test course.
laboratory test wheel.
For example, a tire graded 150 would
wear one-and-a-half times (1½) as
Sustained high temperature can
well on the government course as a
cause the material of the tire to
tire graded 100.
degenerate and reduce tire life, and
excessive temperature can lead to
The relative performance of tires
sudden tire failure. Grades B and A
depends upon the actual conditions
represent higher levels of
of their use, however, and may depart
performance on the laboratory test
significantly from the norm due to
wheel than the minimum required by
variations in driving habits, service
law.
practices and differences in road
characteristics and climate.
WARNING
These grades are molded on the
The temperature grade for this tire is
sidewalls of passenger vehicle tires.
established for a tire that is properly
The tires available as standard or
inflated and not overloaded.
optional equipment on your vehicle
Excessive speed, under-inflation,
may vary with respect to grade.
over-inflation, or excessive loading,
either separately or in combination,
Traction - AA, A, B & C
can cause heat build-up and possible
The traction grades, from highest to
sudden tire failure. This may cause
lowest, are AA, A, B and C. Those
loss of vehicle control resulting in an
grades represent the tire's ability to
accident.
stop on wet pavement as measured
under controlled conditions on
specified government test surfaces
of asphalt and concrete. A tire
marked C may have poor traction
performance.
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Maintenance
Tire Terminology and
Curb weight
Definitions
This means the weight of a motor
vehicle with standard and optional
equipment including the maximum
Air pressure
capacity of fuel, oil and coolant, but
The amount of air inside the tire
without passengers and cargo.
pressing outward on the tire. Air
pressure is expressed in lbs. per
square in. (psi) or kilopascal (kPa).
DOT markings
A code molded into the sidewall of a
tire signifying that the tire is in
Accessory weight
compliance with the U.S. Department
This means the combined weight of
of Transportation motor vehicle
optional accessories. Some examples
safety standards. The DOT code
of optional accessories are gear,
includes the Tire Identification
power seats, and air conditioning.
Number (TIN), an alphanumeric
designator which can also identify
Aspect ratio
the tire manufacturer, production
The relationship of a tire's height to
plant, brand and date of production.
its width.
GVWR
Belt
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
A rubber coated layer of cords that is
located between the plies and the
GAWR FRT
tread. Cords may be made from steel
Gross Axle Weight Rating for the
or other reinforcing materials.
Front Axle.
Bead
GAWR RR
The tire bead contains steel wires
Gross Axle Weight Rating for the Rear
wrapped by steel cords that hold the
axle.
tire onto the rim.
Intended outboard sidewall
Bias ply tire
The side of an asymmetrical tire, that
A pneumatic tire in which the plies
must always face outward when
are laid at alternate angles less than
mounted on a vehicle.
90 degrees to the centerline of the
tread.
Kilopascal (kPa)
The metric unit for air pressure.
Cold tire pressure
The amount of air pressure in a tire,
measured in lbs. per square in. (psi) or
kilopascals (kPa) before a tire has
built up heat from driving.
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Light Truck (LT) tire
Outward facing sidewall
A tire designated by its manufacturer
An asymmetrical tire has a particular
as primarily intended for use on
side that faces outward when
lightweight trucks or multipurpose
mounted on a vehicle. The outward
passenger vehicles.
facing sidewall bears white lettering
or bears manufacturer, brand, and/or
model name molding that is higher or
Load ratings
deeper than the same moldings on
The maximum load that a tire is rated
the inner facing sidewall.
to carry for a given inflation pressure.
Passenger (P-Metric) tire
Load index
A tire used on passenger cars and
An assigned number ranging from 1 to
some light duty trucks and
279 that corresponds to the load
multipurpose vehicles.
carrying capacity of a tire.
Ply
Maximum inflation pressure
A layer of rubber-coated parallel
The maximum air pressure to which a
cords.
cold tire may be inflated. The
maximum air pressure is molded onto
the sidewall.
Pneumatic tire
A mechanical device made of rubber,
chemicals, fabric and steel or other
Maximum load rating
materials, that, when mounted on an
The load rating for a tire at the
automotive wheel provides the
maximum permissible inflation
traction and contains the gas or fluid
pressure for that tire.
that sustains the load.
Maximum loaded vehicle weight
Pneumatic options weight
The sum of curb weight; accessory
The combined weight of installed
weight; vehicle capacity weight; and
regular production options weighing
production options weight.
over 5 lbs. (2.3 kg) in excess of the
standard items which they replace,
Normal occupant weight
not previously considered in curb
The number of occupants a vehicle is
weight or accessory weight,
designed to seat multiplied by 150
including heavy duty breaks, ride
lbs. (68 kg).
levelers, roof rack, heavy duty
battery, and special trim.
Occupant distribution
Recommended inflation pressure
Designated seating positions.
Vehicle manufacturer's
recommended tire inflation pressure
as shown on the tire placard.
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Maintenance
Radial ply tire
UTQGS
A pneumatic tire in which the ply
Uniform Tire Quality Grading
cords that extend to the beads are
Standards is a tire information system
laid at 90 degrees to the centerline of
that provides consumers with ratings
the tread.
for a tire's traction, temperature and
treadwear. Ratings are determined
by tire manufacturers using
Rim
government testing procedures. The
A metal support for a tire and upon
ratings are molded into the sidewall
which the tire beads are seated.
of the tire.
Sidewall
Vehicle capacity weight
The portion of a tire between the
The number of designated seating
tread and the bead.
positions multiplied by 150 lbs. (68
kg) plus the rated cargo and luggage
Speed rating
load.
An alphanumeric code assigned to a
tire indicating the maximum speed at
Vehicle maximum load on the tire
which a tire can operate.
Load on an individual tire due to curb
and accessory weight plus maximum
Traction
occupant and cargo weight.
The friction between the tire and the
road surface. The amount of grip
Vehicle normal load on the tire
provided.
Load on an individual tire that is
determined by distributing to each
Tread
axle its share of the curb weight,
The portion of a tire that comes into
accessory weight, and normal
contact with the road.
occupant weight and dividing by 2.
Treadwear indicators
Vehicle placard
Narrow bands, sometimes called
A label permanently attached to a
"wear bars", that show across the
vehicle showing the original
tread of a tire when only 1/16 in. of
equipment tire size and
tread remains.
recommended inflation pressure.
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All Season Tires
Radial-Ply Tires
HYUNDAI specifies all season tires on
Radial-ply tires provide improved
some models to provide good
tread life, road hazard resistance and
performance for use all year round,
smoother high speed ride. The
including snowy and icy road
radial-ply tires used on this vehicle
conditions. All season tires are
are of belted construction, and are
identified by ALL SEASON and/or
selected to complement the ride and
M+S (Mud and Snow) on the tire
handling characteristics of your
sidewall. Snow tires have better snow
vehicle. Radial-ply tires have the
traction than all season tires and may
same load carrying capacity, as
be more appropriate in some areas.
bias-ply or bias belted tires of the
same size, and use the same
recommended inflation pressure.
Summer Tires
Mixing of radial-ply tires with bias-ply
HYUNDAI specifies summer tires on
or bias belted tires is not
some models to provide superior
recommended. Any combinations of
performance on dry roads. Summer
radial-ply and bias-ply or bias belted
tire performance is substantially
tires when used on the same vehicle
reduced in snow and ice. Summer
will seriously deteriorate vehicle
tires do not have the tire traction
handling. The best rule to follow is:
rating M+S (Mud and Snow) on the
Identical pairs of radial-ply tires
tire side wall. If you plan to operate
should always be used as a set for the
your vehicle in snowy or icy
front tires and a set for the rear tires.
conditions, HYUNDAI recommends
Longer wearing tires can be more
the use of snow tires or all season
susceptible to irregular tread wear. It
tires on all four wheels.
is very important to follow the tire
rotation interval in this chapter to
Snow Tires
achieve the tread life potential of
these tires. Cuts and punctures in
If you equip your car with snow tires,
radial-ply tires are repairable only in
they should be the same size and
the tread area, because of sidewall
have the same load capacity as the
flexing. Consult your tire dealer for
original tires. Snow tires should be
radial-ply tire repairs.
installed on all four wheels;
otherwise, poor handling may result.
WARNING
Snow tires should carry 4 psi (28 kPa)
more air pressure than the pressure
Do not mix bias ply and radial ply tires
recommended for the standard tires
under any circumstances. This may
on the tire label on the driver's side of
cause unusual handling
the center pillar, or up to the
characteristics that may cause loss of
maximum pressure shown on the tire
vehicle control resulting in an
sidewall, whichever is less. Do not
accident.
drive faster than 75 mph (120 km/h)
when your vehicle is equipped with
snow tires.
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Maintenance
Low Aspect Ratio Tires
Fuses
if equipped
Blade type
The aspect ratio is lower than 50 on
low aspect ratio tires.
Because low aspect ratio tires are
optimized for handling and braking,
their sidewall is a little stiffer than a
standard tire. Also, low aspect ratio
tires tend to be wider so that they
consequently have increased contact
with the road surface. In some
instances, low aspect ratio tires may
generate more road noise compared
Cartridge type
with standard tires.
NOTICE
Low-aspect wheels and tires are
easily damaged. To reduce the risk of
damage:
• When driving on rough roads,
passing over a pothole, speed
bump, manhole, or curb stone,
drive the vehicle slowly not to
Multi type
damage the tires and wheels.
Damage is not covered by your
vehicle warranty.
• Inspect the tire condition and
pressure every 1,800 mi. (3,000
km).
• It is difficult to visually inspect for
tire damage with your eyes. If any
damage is found, contact your
authorized HYUNDAI dealer to
replace the tire.
A vehicle's electrical system is protected
from electrical overload damage by fuses.
This vehicle has 2 (or 3) fuse panels, one
located in the driver's side panel bolster,
the other in the motor compartment.
If any of your vehicle's lights, accessories,
or controls do not work, check the
appropriate circuit fuse. If a fuse has
blown, the element inside the fuse will be
melted or broken.
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If the electrical system does not work,
Instrument Panel Fuse
first check the driver's side fuse panel.
Replacement
Before replacing a blown fuse, turn off the
1. Turn off the vehicle.
vehicle and all switches, and then
disconnect the negative battery cable.
2. Turn off all other switches.
Always replace a blown fuse with one of
3. Open the fuse panel cover.
the same rating.
If the replacement fuse blows, this
indicates an electrical problem. Avoid
using the system involved. Consult an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
WARNING
NEVER replace a fuse with anything but
another fuse of the same rating.
• A higher capacity fuse may cause
damage and possibly cause a fire.
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4. Refer to the label on the inside of the
• Do not install a wire or aluminum foil
fuse panel cover to locate the
instead of the proper fuse - even as a
suspected fuse location.
temporary repair. It may cause
extensive wiring damage and possibly a
5. Pull the suspected fuse straight out.
fire.
Use the removal tool provided in the
motor compartment fuses panel cover.
NOTICE
Do not use a screwdriver or any other
metal object to remove fuses because it
may cause a short circuit and damage the
system.
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6. Check the removed fuse and replace it
if it is blown. Spare fuses are provided in
the instrument panel fuse panels (or in
the motor compartment fuse panel).
7. Push in a new fuse of the same rating,
and make sure it fits tightly in the clips.
If it is not tight, contact consult an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
In an emergency, if you do not have a
spare fuse, use a fuse of the same rating
from a circuit you may not need for
operating the vehicle.
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Maintenance
If the headlights or other electrical
NOTICE
components do not work and the fuses
are undamaged, check the fuse panel in
Always securely install the fuse panel
the motor compartment.
cover. Water may contact the fuse and
cause an electrical failure.
Motor Compartment Panel
Fuse Replacement
Multi fuse
Blade fuse/Cartridge fuse
Blade type
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If the multi fuse is blown, contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Cartridge type
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1. Turn off the vehicle.
2. Turn off all other switches.
3. Remove the fuse panel cover by
pressing the tap and pulling up.
4. Check the removed fuse and replace it
if it is blown. To remove or insert the
fuse, use the fuse puller in the motor
compartment fuse panel.
5. Push in a new fuse of the same rating,
and make sure it fits tightly in the clips.
If it is not tight, contact consult an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Fuse/Relay Panel Description
Instrument panel fuse panel
2C_InstrumentPanelFuseLabel
Inside the fuse panel cover, you can find the fuse label describing fuse names and ratings.
Information
Not all fuse panel descriptions in this manual may be applicable to your vehicle. When
you inspect the fuse panel on your vehicle, refer to the fuse panel label.
1C_InstrumentPanelFuseLabel_3
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Maintenance
Instrument panel fuse panel
Fuse
Fuse Name
Circuit Protected
Rating
BATTERY
15 A
BMU
MANAGEMENT
P/WINDOW
15 A
Motor Room Junction Block (RLY. 8, RLY. 13)
DRV
A/C 2
7.5 A
A/C Control Module
BRAKE SWITCH
7.5 A
BDC, Stop Lamp Switch
ADAS Unit (Parking), Driver/Passenger Door Mood Lamp,
MEMORY 1
10 A
Cluster Unit, Mood Lamp, Mood Lamp Unit, A/C Control
Module
A/BAG IND
7.5 A
PAB OFF IND
E-SHIFTER 4
10 A
SCU, Electronic ATM Shift Lever
MODULE 9
10 A
Rain Sensor, Data Link Connector, Hazard Switch, BDC
E-SHIFTER 3
10 A
SBW Lever
CCU
10 A
CCU
MEMORY 2
7.5 A
DCU
BDC 2
7.5 A
BDC
MODULE 2
10 A
Stop Lamp Switch, CCU
CONSOLE SW(SEAT HEAT,VENT SW), CLUSTER, CCNC,
MODULE 11
10 A
A/CON, PTC
MODULE 10
10 A
-
MULTIMEDIA
25 A
CCNC Head Unit
Crash Pad Switch, Head Lamp LH/RH, AMP, CCNC Head
MODULE 5
10 A
Unit, Data Link Connector, Electro Chromic Mirror
CLUSTER
7.5 A
Cluster Unit
DDM
15 A
Driver Power Outside Mirror, Driver door Module
MODULE 7
7.5 A
-
TAILGATE
10 A
PDC (Tail Gate Open Relay)
OPEN
SUNROOF
20 A
Sunroof Blind Motor, Sunroof Glass Motor
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Fuse
Fuse Name
Circuit Protected
Rating
Driver Door Module, Smart Phone Wireless Charger Unit,
MODULE 3
10 A
Passenger Airbag IND. & Seat Belt Reminder Lamp
MDPS 2
7.5 A
MDPS Unit
ADAS Unit (Parking), Front Console Keyboard, BDC, DCU,
MODULE 1
10 A
CCU, AMP, CCNC Head Unit
P/SEAT PASS
30 A
Passenger Power Seat Switch
Front Air Ventilation Control Module, Seat Heater Control
S/HEATER FRT
25 A
Module
WASHER
15 A
Multifunction Switch
AIRBAG 2
10 A
SRS Control Module
BDC 1
10 A
BDC
WIPER FRT 2
7.5 A
BDC, PCB Block (Wiper LOW Relay)
AIRBAG 1
10 A
SRS Control Module, ODS
USB CHARGER
10 A
Front USB Charger Connector, Rear USB Charger Connector
Rear Power Window Switch RH, Passenger Safety Power
P/WINDOW RH
25 A
Window Module, Passenger Power Window Switch
MODULE 6
7.5 A
BDC
AMP
25 A
AMP
ADAS Unit (Parking), Rear Corner Radar LH/RH, Front View
MODULE 4
10 A
Camera, Crash Pad Switch, ADAS UNIT (DRV)
P/SEAT DRV
30 A
Driver Power Seat Switch
Rear Power Window Switch LH, Driver Safety Power Window
P/WINDOW LH
25 A
Module
DOOR LOCK
20 A
PDC (Door Lock/Unlock Relay)
S/HEATER
25 A
Seat Heater Control Module
REAR
Driver/Passenger Smart Key Outside Handle, VESS Unit,
MODULE 8
10 A
Power Tailgate Module
START
7.5 A
BDC, VCU
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Maintenance
Motor compartment fuse panel (Motor compartment junction block)
2C_EngineFuseLabel
Inside the fuse panel cover, you can find the fuse label describing fuse names and ratings.
Information
Not all fuse panel descriptions in this manual may be applicable to your vehicle. When
you inspect the fuse panel on your vehicle, refer to the fuse panel label.
1C_EngineFuseLabel_3
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Motor compartment fuse panel (Motor compartment junction block)
Fuse
Type
Fuse name
Circuit protected
rating
MDPS 1
80 A
MDPS Unit
MULTI
FUSE-1
LDC
180 A
CHARGE DOOR LAMP
COOLING
80 A
Cooling Fan Controller
FAN
B+2
50 A
PDC (IPS9 (4CH), IPS11 (2CH), IPS12 (4CH))
REAR
50 A
Motor Room Junction Block (RLY. 3)
HEATED
MULTI
B+5
50 A
PDC (Fuse - F29, F36, F48, F56)
FUSE-2
IG1
40 A
PCB Block (ACC Relay, IG1 Relay)
IG2
40 A
PCB Block (IG2 Relay)
EOP
40 A
Front Electronic Oil Pump
EWP 3
40 A
Electronic Water Pump & Coolant Valve
PDC (IPS3 (4CH), IPS7 (2CH), IPS4 (1CH), IPS2
B+1
60 A
(2CH), IPS6 (2CH), IPS5 (1CH))
PCB Block (IG3 Main Relay, Wiper Front Relay, Fuse
B+6
60 A
- F19, F20, F21, F22, F23)
PDC (Fuse - F1, F2, F9, F10, F17, F25, F26, F33, F34,
B+3
60 A
F44, F51, F52)
IEB 1
60 A
IEB
MULTI
IEB 2
60 A
IEB
FUSE-3
BLOWER
50 A
Motor Room Junction Block (RLY. 4)
IEB 3
40 A
Multipurpose Check Connector
POWER
40 A
Power Tailgate Module
TAILGATE
E-SHIFTER 1
40 A
SCU
COOLANT HUB RLY (Motor Room Junction Block
IG3 1
40 A
(RLY. 7))
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Maintenance
Fuse
Type
Fuse name
Circuit protected
rating
PDC (Fuse - F4, F12, F28, F37, F54, F55, IPS13 (1CH),
B+4
60 A
Long Term Load Latch Relay)
A/C 1
15 A
A/C Control Module, BATT EXV
CHARGE LOCK/UNLOCK RLY (Motor Room
CHARGER 2
10 A
Junction Block (RLY. 5, 10))
CHARGER 1
15 A
CDM
EWP 1
20 A
EWP
E-SHIFTER 2
10 A
SCU
FUSE
AMS
10 A
12 V Battery Sensor
HEAD LAMP
15 A
Head Lamp LH
LH
HEAD LAMP
15 A
Head Lamp RH
RH
HEATED
15 A
Driver/Passenger Power Outside Mirror
MIRROR
CHARGE
10 A
CHARGE DOOR LAMP
DOOR LAMP
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Motor compartment fuse panel (PCB block)
Fuse
Fuse Name
Circuit Protected
Rating
POWER
20 A
Power Outlet
OUTLET
WIPER FRT 1
30 A
PCB Block (Wiper Front Low Relay), Front Wiper Motor
IG3 3
15 A
VCU, INVERTER
IG3 4
15 A
SCU
EWP 2
20 A
EWP
IG3 8
20 A
PDC (Fuse - F16)
WIPER RR
15 A
Motor Room Junction Block (RLY.11), Rear Wiper Motor
IG3 6
15 A
3 WAY VALVE, EOP
IG3 7
15 A
VCMS, ICCU, CCU, CDM
IG3 2
10 A
BMS
IG3 5
10 A
E-COMP, COOLING FAN, Motor Room Junction Block (RLY.7)
IEB 4
10 A
IEB, Multipurpose Check Connector
VCU 1
15 A
VCU
INVERTER
15 A
INVERTER
OBC
10 A
VCMS, ICCU
HORN
15 A
PCB Block (Horn Relay)
FCA
10 A
Front Radar Unit
VCU 2
10 A
VCU
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Maintenance
Light Bulbs
NOTICE
Consult an authorized HYUNDAI dealer to
To prevent damage, do not clean the
replace most vehicle light bulbs. It is
headlight lens with chemical solvents or
difficult to replace vehicle light bulbs
strong detergents.
because other parts of the vehicle must
be removed before you can get to the
bulb. This is especially true for removing
the headlight assembly to get to the
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bulb(s).
Headlight desiccant
Removing/installing the headlight
This vehicle is equipped with desiccant to
assembly can result in damage to the
reduce fogging inside the headlight due
vehicle.
to moisture. The desiccant is consumable
and its performance may change based
WARNING
on the used period or environment. If
• Prior to replacing a light bulb, depress
fogging inside the headlight due to
the brake pedal, shift to P (Park), apply
moisture continues for a long time,
the parking brake, press the Start/Stop
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
button to the OFF position, and take the
key with you when leaving the vehicle
to avoid sudden movement of the
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vehicle and to prevent possible electric
shock.
The headlight and tail light lenses could
• Be aware the bulbs may be hot and may
appear to have condensation inside if the
burn your fingers.
vehicle is washed after driving or if the
vehicle is driven in wet weather. This
condition is caused by a higher
temperature inside the light and a cooler
NOTICE
outside temperature. Moisture that
condenses in the light is removed after
Be sure to replace the burned-out bulb
driving with the light on. If the moisture is
with one of the same wattage to prevent
not removed, contact an authorized
damage to the fuse or electrical wiring
HYUNDAI dealer.
system.
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Headlight, Parking Light, Turn
Information
Signal Light, Daytime Running
• A normally functioning light may flicker
Light (DRL) Replacement
momentarily to stabilize the vehicle's
electrical control system. However, if
the light goes out after flickering
Type A
momentarily, or continues to flicker,
have the system inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
• The parking light may not turn on when
the parking light switch is turned on,
but the parking light and headlight
switch may turn on when the headlight
switch is turned on. This may be caused
by network failure or vehicle electrical
control system malfunction. If this
occurs, contact an authorized
2C_FrontLampOverViewBulb
HYUNDAI dealer.
(1) Parking light/Daytime Running Light
(DRL)
(2) Front side marker
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(3) Headlight (Low)
(4) Headlight (High, Sub Low)
Adjust the headlight aim after an accident
(5) Turn signal light
or the headlight is replaced.
If the LED light does not operate, contact
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer for
replacement.
The LED light cannot be replaced as a
single unit. A skilled technician should
check or repair the LED light, for it may
damage related parts of the vehicle.
Replacing turn signal light
1. Apply the parking brake and turn off the
vehicle.
2. Turn the wheel inwards and remove the
clip on the service cover located on the
back side of the bumper by using a
flat-blade screwdriver.
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Maintenance
Type B
2C_TurnSignalLampChange
3. Remove the service cover.
2C_FrontLampOverViewLED
(1) Parking light/Daytime Running Light
4. Remove the socket cover by turning it
counterclockwise.
(DRL)
(2) Front side marker
(3) Headlight (Low)
(4) Headlight (High, Sub low)
(5) Turn signal light
If the LED light does not operate, contact
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer for
replacement.
The LED light cannot be replaced as a
single unit. A skilled technician should
check or repair the LED light, for it may
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damage related parts of the vehicle.
5. Remove the bulb from the socket by
pushing it in and rotating it
counterclockwise.
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6.Install a new bulb and reinstall in the
reverse order.
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Side Repeater Light
Rear Combination Light
Replacement
Replacement
2C_SideRepeaterLamp
2C_RearLampOverview
If the LED light (1) does not operate,
(1) Tail light
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer
(2) Stop light
for replacement.
(3) Turn signal light
The LED light cannot be replaced as a
(4) Reverse light
single unit. A skilled technician should
(5) Rear side marker
check or repair the LED light, for it may
If the LED light does not operate, contact
damage related parts of the vehicle.
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer for
replacement.
The LED light cannot be replaced as a
single unit. A skilled technician should
check or repair the LED light, for it may
damage related parts of the vehicle.
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If your turn signal light is a bulb type and
it does not operate, contact an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer for replacement.
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Maintenance
High Mounted Stop Light
Interior Light Replacement
Replacement
Map lamp, room lamp, vanity mirror
lamp, glove box lamp, mood lamp,
and cargo area lamp (LED type)
Map lamp
2C_HighMountedStopLamp
If the LED light (1) does not operate,
contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer
for replacement.
The LED light cannot be replaced as a
single unit. A skilled technician should
Room lamp
check or repair the LED light, for it may
damage related parts of the vehicle.
License Plate Light
Replacement
License plate light (bulb type)
2C_RoomLampLED
Vanity mirror lamp
2C_LicensePlateLampBulb
1. Remove the lens gently by using a
flat-blade screwdriver.
2. Remove the socket from the lamp
2C_SunvisorLampLED
assembly by turning it
counterclockwise.
3. Press the connector clip and pull the
connector from the socket.
4. Insert a a new bulb and reinstall the
lamp assembly in the reverse order.
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Glove box lamp
If the LED lamp does not operate, contact
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer for
replacement..
The LED light cannot be replaced as a
single unit. A skilled technician should
check or repair the LED light, for it may
damage related parts of the vehicle.
Map lamp, room lamp, vanity mirror
lamp, cargo area lamp, and glove
box lamp (bulb type)
Mood lamp
Map lamp
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Front trunk lamp
Room lamp
2C_FrontTrunkLampLED
Cargo area lamp
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Maintenance
Vanity mirror lamp
NOTICE
Be careful not to damage the cover, tab,
and plastic housing.
Cargo area lamp
2C_LuggageRoomLampBulb
Glove box lamp
2C_GloveBoxLampBulb
1. Using a flat-blade screwdriver, gently
pry the lens from the interior light
housing.
2. Remove the bulb by pulling it straight
out.
3. Install a new bulb into the socket.
4. Align the lens tabs with the interior light
housing notches and snap the lens into
place.
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Finish maintenance
Appearance Care
Washing
Exterior Care
To help protect your vehicle's finish from
rust and deterioration, wash it thoroughly
NOTICE
and frequently at least once a month with
lukewarm or cold water.
If you park your vehicle near a stainless
If you use your vehicle for off-road
steel sign or glass facade building, the
driving, you should wash it after each
vehicle's exterior plastic parts such as a
off-road trip. Pay special attention to the
bumper, spoiler, garnish, light or side
removal of any accumulation of salt, dirt,
view mirror might be damaged due to
mud, and other foreign materials. Make
sunlight reflected from the sign or
sure the drain holes in the lower edges of
building. To prevent damage of the
the doors and rocker panels are kept clear
exterior plastic parts, you should avoid
and clean.
parking in areas where light may be
reflected or use a car cover. (The exterior
Insects, tar, tree sap, bird droppings,
plastic parts applied to your vehicle may
industrial pollution and similar deposits
vary.)
can damage your vehicle's finish if not
removed immediately.
Even prompt washing with plain water
Exterior general caution
may not completely remove all these
It is very important to follow the label
deposits. A mild soap, safe for use on
directions when using any chemical
painted surfaces, should be used.
cleaner or polish. Read all warning and
After washing, rinse the vehicle
caution statements that appear on the
thoroughly with lukewarm or cold water.
label.
Do not allow soap to dry on the finish.
High-pressure washing
• When using high-pressure washers,
make sure to maintain sufficient
distance from the vehicle.
Insufficient clearance or excessive
pressure can lead to component
damage or water penetration.
• Do not spray the camera, sensors or its
surrounding area directly with a high
pressure washer. Shock applied from
high pressure water may cause the
device to not operate normally.
• Do not bring the nozzle tip close to
boots (rubber or plastic covers) or
connectors as they may be damaged if
they come into contact with high
pressure water.
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Maintenance
• Never allow water or other liquids to
WARNING
come in contact with
After washing the vehicle, test the brakes
electrical/electronic components
while driving slowly to see if they have
inside the vehicle as water or other
been affected by water before getting on
liquids may flow in to the motor
the road. If braking performance is
compartment through the front trunk
impaired, dry the brakes by applying
and damage electrical/electronic
them lightly while maintaining a slow
components.
forward speed.
NOTICE
NOTICE
Matte paint finish vehicle (if equipped)
• Do not use strong soap, chemical
Automatic car wash which uses rotating
detergents or hot water, and do not
brushes should not be used as this can
wash the vehicle in direct sunlight or
damage the surface of your vehicle. A
when the body of the vehicle is warm.
steam cleaner which washes the vehicle
• Be careful when washing the side
surface at high temperature may result
windows of your vehicle.
the oil to adhere and leave stains that is
difficult to remove.
• Especially, with high-pressure water,
water may leak through the windows
Use a soft cloth (for example, microfiber
and wet the interior.
towel or sponge) when washing your
vehicle and dry with a microfiber towel.
• To prevent damage to the plastic parts,
When you hand wash your vehicle, you
do not clean with chemical solvents or
should not use a cleaner that finishes with
strong detergents.
wax. If the vehicle surface is too dirty
• Water washing in the motor
(sand, dirt, dust, contaminant, etc.), clean
compartment including high pressure
the surface with water before washing
water washing may cause the failure of
the car.
electrical circuits located in the vehicle
compartment.
Waxing
A good coat of wax is a barrier between
your paint and contaminate. Keeping a
good coat of wax on your vehicle will help
protect it.
Wax the vehicle when water will no longer
bead on the paint.
Always wash and dry the vehicle before
waxing. Use a good quality liquid or paste
wax, and follow the manufacturer's
2C_VehicleWashCaution
instructions. Wax all metal trim to protect
it and to maintain its luster.
Removing oil, tar, and similar materials
with a spot remover will usually strip the
wax from the finish. Be sure to re-wax
these areas even if the rest of the vehicle
does not yet need waxing.
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Finish damage repair
NOTICE
Deep scratches or stone chips in the
• Wiping dust or dirt off the body with a
painted surface must be repaired
dry cloth will scratch the finish.
promptly. Exposed metal will quickly rust
• Do not use steel wool, abrasive
and may develop into a major repair
cleaners, or strong detergents
expense.
containing highly alkaline or caustic
NOTICE
agents on chrome-plated or anodized
aluminum parts. This may result in
If your vehicle is damaged and requires
damage to the protective coating and
any metal repair or replacement, be sure
cause discoloration or paint
the body shop applies anti-corrosion
deterioration.
materials to the parts repaired or
replaced.
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NOTICE
Matte paint finish vehicle (if equipped)
Do not use any polish protector such as a
Matte paint finish vehicle (if equipped)
detergent, an abrasive and a polish. In
In case of matte paint finish vehicles, it is
case wax is applied, remove the wax
impossible to modify only the damaged
immediately using a silicon remover and
area and repair of the whole part is
if any tar or tar contaminant is on the
necessary. If the vehicle is damaged and
surface use a tar remover to clean.
painting is required, have your vehicle
However, be careful not to apply too
maintained and repaired by an authorized
much pressure on the painted area.
HYUNDAI dealer. Take extreme care, as it
is difficult to restore the quality after the
repair.
Bright-metal maintenance
• To remove road tar and insects, use a
tar remover, not a scraper or other
sharp object.
• To protect the surfaces of bright metal
parts from corrosion, apply a coating of
wax or chrome preservative and rub to
a high luster.
• During winter weather or in coastal
areas, cover the bright metal parts with
a heavier coating of wax or
preservative. If necessary, coat the
parts with non-corrosive petroleum
jelly or other protective compound.
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Maintenance
Underbody maintenance
Corrosion protection
Corrosive materials used for ice and snow
Protecting your vehicle from corrosion
removal and dust control may collect on
the underbody. If these materials are not
By using the most advanced design and
removed, accelerated rusting can occur
construction practices to combat
on underbody parts such as the frame and
corrosion, HYUNDAI produces vehicles of
floor pan, even though they have been
the highest quality. However, this is only
treated with rust protection.
part of the job. To achieve the long-term
corrosion resistance your vehicle can
Thoroughly flush the vehicle underbody
deliver, the owner's cooperation and
and wheel openings with lukewarm or
assistance is also required.
cold water once a month, after off-road
driving and at the end of each winter. Pay
Common causes of corrosion
special attention to these areas because it
is difficult to see all the mud and dirt. It
The most common causes of corrosion on
will do more harm than good to wet down
your vehicle are:
the road grime without removing it. The
• Road salt, dirt and moisture that is
lower edges of doors, rocker panels, and
allowed to accumulate underneath the
frame members have drain holes that
vehicle.
should not be allowed to clog with dirt;
• Removal of paint or protective coatings
trapped water in these areas can cause
by stones, gravel, abrasion or minor
rusting.
scrapes and dents which leave
unprotected metal exposed to
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corrosion.
After washing the vehicle, test the brakes
while driving slowly to see if they have
High-corrosion areas
been affected by water. If braking
If you live in an area where your vehicle is
performance is impaired, dry the brakes
regularly exposed to corrosive materials,
by applying them lightly while
corrosion protection is particularly
maintaining a slow forward speed.
important. Some of the common causes
of accelerated corrosion are road salts,
dust control chemicals, ocean air and
Aluminum wheel maintenance
industrial pollution.
The aluminum wheels are coated with a
clear protective finish.
• Do not use abrasive cleaner, polishing
compound, solvent, or wire brushes on
aluminum wheels.
• Clean the wheel when it has cooled.
• Use only a mild soap or neutral
detergent, and rinse thoroughly with
water. Also, clean the wheels after
driving on salted roads.
• Do not wash the wheels with
high-speed car wash brushes.
• Do not use any cleaners containing acid
or alkaline detergents.
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Moisture breeds corrosion
• When cleaning underneath the vehicle,
pay particular attention to the
Moisture creates the conditions in which
components under the fenders and
corrosion is most likely to occur. For
other areas that are hidden from view.
example, corrosion is accelerated by high
Do a thorough job; just dampening the
humidity, particularly when temperatures
accumulated mud rather than washing
are just above freezing. In such
it away will accelerate corrosion rather
conditions, the corrosive material is kept
than prevent it. Water under high
in contact with the vehicle surfaces by
pressure and steam are particularly
moisture that is slow to evaporate.
effective in removing accumulated
Mud is particularly corrosive because it is
mud and corrosive materials.
slow to dry and holds moisture in contact
• When cleaning lower door panels,
with the vehicle. Although the mud
rocker panels and frame members, be
appears to be dry, it can still retain
sure that drain holes are kept open so
moisture and promote corrosion.
that moisture can escape and not be
High temperatures can also accelerate
trapped inside to accelerate corrosion.
corrosion of parts that are not properly
ventilated so the moisture can be
Keep your garage dry
dispersed. For all these reasons, it is
Don't park your vehicle in a damp, poorly
particularly important to keep your
ventilated garage. This creates a
vehicle clean and free of mud or
favorable environment for corrosion. This
accumulations of other materials. This
is particularly true if you wash your
applies not only to the visible surfaces but
vehicle in the garage or drive it into the
particularly to the underside of the
garage when it is still wet or covered with
vehicle.
snow, ice or mud. Even a heated garage
can contribute to corrosion unless it is
To help prevent corrosion
well ventilated so moisture is dispersed.
Keep your vehicle clean
The best way to prevent corrosion is to
Keep paint and trim in good condition
keep your vehicle clean and free of
Scratches or chips in the finish should be
corrosive materials. Attention to the
covered with "touch-up" paint as soon as
underside of the vehicle is particularly
possible to reduce the possibility of
important.
corrosion. If bare metal is showing
• If you live in a high-corrosion area -
through, the attention of a qualified body
where road salts are used, near the
and paint shop is recommended.
ocean, areas with industrial pollution,
Bird droppings are highly corrosive and
acid rain, etc., -, you should take extra
may damage painted surfaces in just a
care to prevent corrosion. In winter,
few hours. Always remove bird droppings
hose off the underside of your vehicle
as soon as possible.
at least once a month and be sure to
clean the underside thoroughly when
winter is over.
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Maintenance
Interior Care
Cleaning the upholstery and interior
trim
Interior general precautions
Vehicle interior surfaces
Prevent caustic solutions such as
if equipped
perfume and cosmetic oil, from
Remove dust and loose dirt from interior
contacting the interior parts because they
surfaces with a whisk broom or a vacuum
may cause damage or discoloration. If
cleaner. If necessary, clean interior
they do contact the interior parts, wipe
surfaces with a mixture of warm water
them off immediately. See the
and mild non-detergent cleaner (test all
instructions for the proper way to clean
cleaners on a concealed area before use).
vehicle interior surfaces.
Fabric
NOTICE
if equipped
• Never allow water or other liquids to
Remove dust and loose dirt from fabric
come in contact with
with a whisk broom or vacuum cleaner.
electrical/electronic components
Clean with a mild soap solution
inside the vehicle as this may damage
recommended for upholstery or carpets.
them.
Remove fresh spots immediately with a
• When cleaning leather products
fabric spot cleaner. If fresh spots do not
(steering wheel, seats etc.), use neutral
receive immediate attention, the fabric
detergents or low alcohol content
can be stained and its color can be
solutions. If you use high alcohol
affected. Also, its fire-resistant properties
content solutions or acid/alkaline
can be reduced if the material is not
detergents, the color of the leather may
properly maintained.
fade or the surface may get stripped
off.
NOTICE
Using anything but recommended
cleaners and procedures may affect the
fabric's appearance and fire-resistant
properties.
Leather
if equipped
• Features of seat leather
- Leather is made from the outer skin
of an animal, which goes through a
special process to be available for
use. Since it is a natural product, each
part differs in thickness or density.
Wrinkles may appear as a natural
result of stretching and shrinking
depending on the temperature and
humidity.
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- The seat is made of stretchable fabric
• Cleaning the leather seats
to improve comfort.
- Remove all contaminations instantly.
- The parts contacting the body are
Refer to instructions below for
curved and the side supporting area
removal of each contaminant.
is high which provides driving
- Cosmetic products (sunscreen,
comfort and stability.
foundation, etc.)
- Wrinkles may appear naturally from
Apply cleansing cream on a cloth and
usage. It is not a fault of the products.
wipe the contaminated spot. Wipe
off the cream with a wet cloth and
NOTICE
remove water with a dry cloth.
• Wrinkles or abrasions which appear
- Beverages (coffee, soft drink, etc.)
naturally from usage are not covered by
Apply a small amount of neutral
warranty.
detergent and wipe until
• Belts with metallic accessories, zippers
contaminations do not smear.
or keys inside the back pocket may
- Oil
damage the seat fabric.
Remove oil instantly with absorbable
• Make sure not to wet the seat. It may
cloth and wipe with stain remover
change the nature of natural leather.
used only for natural leather.
• Jeans or clothes which could bleach
- Chewing gum
may contaminate the surface of the
Harden the gum with ice and remove
seat covering fabric.
gradually.
• Caring for the leather seats
Cleaning the seat belt webbing
- Vacuum the seat periodically to
Clean the belt webbing with any mild
remove dust and sand on the seat. It
soap solution recommended for cleaning
will prevent abrasion or damage of
upholstery or carpet. Follow the
the leather and maintain its quality.
instructions provided with the soap. Do
- Wipe the natural leather seat cover
not bleach or re-dye the webbing
often with dry or soft cloth.
because this may weaken the seat belt.
- Use of proper leather protector may
prevent abrasion of the cover and
Cleaning the interior window glass
helps maintain the color. Be sure to
If the interior glass surfaces of the vehicle
read the instructions and consult a
become fogged (that is, covered with an
specialist when using leather coating
oily, greasy or waxy film), they should be
or protective agent.
cleaned with glass cleaner. Follow the
- Light colored (beige, cream beige)
directions on the glass cleaner container.
leather is easily contaminated and
the stain is noticeable. Clean the
NOTICE
seats frequently.
Do not scrape or scratch the inside of the
- Avoid wiping with wet cloth. It may
rear window. This may result in damage
cause the surface to crack.
to the rear window defroster grid.
9-57
Maintenance
California Perchlorate
Notice
Perchlorate Material-special handling
may apply, See:
Notice to California Vehicle Dismantlers:
Perchlorate containing materials, such as
airbag inflators, seatbelt pretensioners
and keyless remote entry batteries, must
be disposed of according to Title 22
California Code of Regulations Section
67384.10 (a).
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Index
I
Index
A
About "Getting Started with Your Electric Vehicle"
1-11
Accessing Your Vehicle
5-5
Immobilizer System
5-12
Smart Key
5-5
Active Air Flap
6-40
Malfunction
6-40
Air Conditioner Compressor Label
2-15
Air Conditioning System
2-12
Air Ventilation Seats
3-18
Airbag - Supplemental Restraint System
3-39
Airbag Warning Labels
3-59
How does the Airbags System Operate?
3-45
Occupant Classification System (OCS)
3-49
SRS Care
3-58
SRS Components
3-41
SRS Warning Light
3-48
What to Expect After an Airbag Inflates
3-47
Where are the Airbags?
3-42
Why didn't My Airbag Go Off in a Collision?
3-54
Appearance Care
9-51
Exterior Care
9-51
Interior Care
9-56
Automatic Climate Control System
5-81
Automatic Heating and Air Conditioning
5-82
Manual Heating and Air Conditioning
5-83
System Maintenance
5-89
System Operation
5-88
Aux. Battery Saver+
1-56
Available Front Trunk Volume
2-12
B
Battery (12 V)
9-19
Battery Capacity Label
9-21
Battery Recharging
9-21
For Best Battery Service
9-20
Reset Items
9-22
Before Driving
6-3
Before Entering the Vehicle
6-3
Before Starting
6-3
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)
7-27
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-32
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist Operation
7-30
Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist Settings
7-29
Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM)
7-55
Blind-Spot View Monitor Malfunction
7-56
Blind-Spot View Monitor Operation
7-56
Blind-Spot View Monitor settings
7-55
Brake Fluid
9-14
I-2
I
Checking the Brake Fluid Level
9-14
Braking System
6-24
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
6-31
Auto Hold
6-28
Brake Assistant System (BAS)
6-36
Brake Disc Cleaning
6-30
Disc Brakes Wear Indicator
6-25
Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)
6-25
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
6-32
Good Braking Practices
6-37
Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC)
6-36
Power-Assist Brakes
6-24
Vehicle Stability Management (VSM)
6-35
Bulb Wattage
2-10
C
Cabin Air Filter
9-16
Filter Inspection
9-16
Filter Replacement
9-16
California Perchlorate Notice
9-58
Center Console Overview
2-5
Charging Your Electric Vehicle
1-16
Checking Basic Information on Charging Your Electric Vehicle
1-21
Safety Precautions for Charging Your Electric Vehicle
1-16
Stopping Charging Immediately
1-37
Using a DC Charger
1-28
Using a Portable Charger (ICCB)
1-31
Using an AC Charger
1-26
Child Restraint System (CRS)
3-30
Children Always in the Rear
3-30
Installing a Child Restraint System (CRS)
3-32
Selecting a Child Restraint System (CRS)
3-31
Climate Control Additional Features
5-93
Air Conditioner Auto-Dry
5-93
Auto Defogging System
5-94
Auto Dehumidify
5-95
Link to Climate Settings for Auto-Adjustment
5-96
Recirculating Air When Entering a Tunnel
5-96
Recirculating Air When Washer Fluid is Used
5-95
Cluster Display
4-23
Cluster Display Control
4-23
View Modes
4-23
Consumer Information
2-16
Convenience Features
5-1
Coolant
9-12
Changing Coolant
9-14
Countermeasures for Accidents or Fire
1-68
If the Electric Vehicle Catches Fire
1-68
If the Electric Vehicle Is Submerged
1-68
If the Electric Vehicle Needs Towing
1-69
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Index
Other Precautions for Electric Vehicle Accidents
1-70
D
Declaration of Conformity
7-132
Front Radar
7-132
Rear Corner Radar
7-133
Dimensions
2-9
Door Locks
5-22
Automatic Door Lock and Unlock Features
5-25
Child-Protector Rear Door Locks
5-26
Operating Door Lock/Unlock from Inside the Vehicle
5-23
Operating Door Unlocks from Outside the Vehicle
5-22
Vehicle Auto-Shut Off Function
5-26
Drive Mode Integrated Control System
6-37
Drive Mode
6-37
Drive Mode Characteristics
6-39
Driver Assistance System
7-1
Driver Assistance System Notice
7-4
Driver Attention Warning (DAW)
7-49
Driver Attention Warning Malfunction and Limitations
7-52
Driver Attention Warning Operation
7-50
Driver Attention Warning Settings
7-50
Driving Your Electric Vehicle
1-57
Checking Electric Vehicle Driving Information
1-58
Starting and Stopping the Vehicle
1-57
Driving Your Vehicle
6-1
E
Electric Charging Door
5-63
Closing the Electric Charging Door
5-64
Opening the Electric Charging Door
5-63
Electric Vehicle Specifications
2-9
Emergency Situations
8-1
Explanation of Scheduled Maintenance Items
9-11
Air Conditioning Refrigerant
9-11
Brake Discs, Pads, Calipers and Rotors
9-11
Brake Fluid
9-11
Brake Hoses and Lines
9-11
Coolant
9-11
Cooling System
9-11
Drive Shafts and Boots
9-11
Gear Fluid
9-11
Steering Gear Box, Linkage & Boots/Lower Arm Ball Joint
9-11
Suspension Mounting Bolts
9-11
Exterior Features
5-107
Hitch Mounted Accessories
5-108
Roof Side Rails
5-107
Exterior Lights
5-67
Battery Saver Function
5-69
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Daytime Running Light (DRL)
5-70
Headlight Delay Function
5-69
High Beam Operation
5-68
Interior Button Lights
5-70
Lighting Control
5-67
Turn Signals and Lane Change Signals
5-69
Welcome System
5-70
Exterior Overview (Front View)
2-2
Exterior Overview (Rear View)
2-3
F
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA)
7-4
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-13
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist Operation
7-8
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist Settings
7-6
Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning (PDW)
7-103
Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning Malfunction and Limitations
7-106
Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning Operation
7-104
Forward/Reverse Parking Distance Warning Settings
7-104
Forward/Side/Reverse Parking Distance Warning (PDW)
7-108
Forward/Side/Reverse Parking Distance Warning Malfunction and Limitations
7-112
Parking Distance Warning Operation
7-109
Parking Distance Warning Settings
7-109
Front Trunk
5-54
Closing the Front Trunk
5-54
Opening the Front Trunk
5-54
Fuses
9-34
Fuse/Relay Panel Description
9-37
Instrument Panel Fuse Replacement
9-35
Motor Compartment Panel Fuse Replacement
9-36
G
Gear Fluid
9-15
H
Hazard Warning Flasher
8-2
High Beam Assist (HBA)
5-72
High Beam Assist Malfunction and Limitations
5-73
High Beam Assist Operation
5-73
High Beam Assist Settings
5-72
Highway Driving Assist (HDA)
7-80
Highway Driving Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-84
Highway Driving Assist Operation
7-81
Highway Driving Assist Settings
7-80
Hood
5-53
Closing the Hood
5-53
Opening the Hood
5-53
Hyundai Digital Key 2 Touch
5-13
Digital key (Card key)
5-18
I-5
Index
Digital Key (Smartphone)
5-13
Limitations of the System
5-22
Used Vehicle/Digital Key Maintenance
5-21
I
If the Vehicle Does Not Start
8-3
Confirm the EV Battery is not Low on the Charge Gauge
8-3
If You Have a Flat Tire (with Tire Mobility Kit)
8-12
Components of the Tire Mobility Kit
8-14
How to Adjust Tire Pressure
8-18
Introduction
8-12
Notes on the Safe Use of the Tire Mobility Kit
8-13
Using the Tire Mobility Kit When a Tire is Flat
8-15
Important Safety Precautions
3-2
Airbag Hazards
3-2
Always Wear Your Seat Belt
3-2
Control Your Speed
3-3
Driver Distraction
3-2
Keep Your Vehicle In Safe Condition
3-3
Restrain All Children
3-2
In Case of an Emergency While Driving
8-2
If the Vehicle Stalls at A Crossroad or Crossing
8-2
If the Vehicle Stalls While Driving
8-2
If You Have a Flat Tire While Driving
8-3
Infotainment System
5-108
Antenna
5-109
Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
5-111
Infotainment System
5-110
Steering Wheel Remote Controls
5-109
USB Port
5-108
Voice Recognition
5-110
Instrument Cluster
4-1, 4-2
Cluster Display Messages
4-19
Gauges and Meters
4-4
Gear Shift Indicator
4-7
Instrument Cluster Control
4-3
Power/Charge Gauge
4-4
State of Charge (SOC) Gauge for High Voltage Battery
4-5
Warning and Indicator Lights
4-7
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist (ISLA)
7-43
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-47
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist Operation
7-45
Intelligent Speed Limit Assist Settings
7-44
Interior Features
5-98
Cargo Area Cover
5-105
Cargo Net Holder
5-104
Cargo Tray
5-106
Clock
5-103
Coat Hook
5-103
Cup Holder
5-98
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Floor Mat Anchor(s)
5-104
Power Outlet
5-99
Sunvisor
5-99
USB Charger
5-100
Wireless Smartphone Charging System
5-101
Interior Lights
5-75
Ambient Light
5-77
Cargo Area Lamp
5-77
Front Lamps
5-75
Front Trunk Lamp
5-77
Glove Box Lamp
5-77
Interior Light AUTO cut
5-75
Rear Lamps
5-76
Vanity Mirror Lamp
5-76
Interior Overview
2-4
J
Jump Starting (12 V Battery)
8-4
L
Lane Following Assist (LFA)
7-76
Lane Following Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-79
Lane Following Assist Operation
7-77
Lane Following Assist Settings
7-77
Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)
7-21
Lane Keeping Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-25
Lane Keeping Assist Operation
7-22
Lane Keeping Assist Settings
7-21
Liftgate
5-55
Closing the Liftgate
5-55
Emergency Liftgate Safety Release
5-56
Opening the Liftgate
5-55
Light Bulbs
9-44
Headlight, Parking Light, Turn Signal Light, Daytime Running Light (DRL) Replacement .9-45
High Mounted Stop Light Replacement
9-48
Interior Light Replacement
9-48
License Plate Light Replacement
9-48
Rear Combination Light Replacement
9-47
Side Repeater Light Replacement
9-47
M
Maintenance
9-1
Maintenance Services
9-4
Owner Maintenance Precautions
9-4
Owner's Responsibility
9-4
Manual Speed Limit Assist (MSLA)
7-41
Manual Speed Limit Assist Operation
7-41
Mirrors
5-32
Inside Rearview Mirror
5-32
I-7
Index
Reverse Parking Aid
5-43
Side View Mirrors
5-42
Motor Compartment
9-3
Motor Compartment Overview
2-8
Motor Number
2-15
N
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control (NSCC)
7-71
Limitations of Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control
7-73
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control Operation
7-72
Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control Settings
7-72
O
Open Source Software Notice
2-17
Over-The-Air Software Update
5-64
Approving Software Update
5-64
Downloading Software
5-64
Preparing Software Update
5-65
Updating Software
5-65
Owner Maintenance
9-5
Owner Maintenance Schedule
9-5
P
Power Liftgate
5-56
Emergency Liftgate Safety Release
5-61
Operating the Power Liftgate
5-58
Power Liftgate Operating Conditions
5-56
Resetting the Power Liftgate
5-60
Setting the Power Liftgate
5-59
R
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA)
7-95
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-100
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist Operation
7-97
Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist Settings
7-96
Rear Occupant Alert (ROA)
5-28
Rear View Monitor (RVM)
7-86
Rear View Monitor Malfunction and Limitations
7-89
Rear View Monitor Operation
7-88
Rear View Monitor Settings
7-87
Recommended Lubricants and Capacities
2-13
Refrigerant Label
2-15
Regenerative Braking System
6-14
One Pedal Driving
6-16
Regenerative Braking System Limitations
6-15
Using i-PEDAL
6-17
Using Regenerative Braking System
6-14
Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)
7-121
Remote Smart Parking Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-127
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Remote Smart Parking Assist Operation
7-123
Remote Smart Parking Assist Settings
7-122
Reporting Safety Defects
2-16
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist (PCA)
7-114
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist Malfunction and Limitations
7-117
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist Operation
7-115
Reverse Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist Settings
7-114
S
Safe Exit Warning (SEW)
7-37
Safe Exit Warning Malfunction and Limitations
7-40
Safe Exit Warning Operation
7-39
Safe Exit Warning Settings
7-38
Scheduled Maintenance Services
9-7
Maintenance Under Severe Usage and Low Mileage Conditions
9-10
Normal Maintenance Schedule
9-8
Seat Belts
3-19
Additional Seat Belt Safety Precautions
3-27
Care of Seat Belts
3-29
Seat Belt Restraint System
3-22
Seat Belt Safety Precautions
3-19
Seat Belt Warning Light
3-20
Seat Warmers
3-17
Seats
3-4
Front Seats
3-6
Head Restraint
3-13
Rear Seats
3-11
Safety Precautions
3-5
Shift By Wire
6-8
Cluster Display Messages Information
6-12
Good Driving Practices
6-13
Shift By Wire Operation
6-8
Smart Cruise Control (SCC)
7-57
Smart Cruise Control Malfunction and Limitations
7-66
Smart Cruise Control Operation
7-58
Smart Cruise Control Settings
7-57
Smart Liftgate
5-61
Deactivating Smart Liftgate
5-62
Detecting Area
5-63
Using Smart Liftgate
5-61
Smart Regeneration System
6-18
Front Sensors (Front Radar)
6-20
Pausing Smart Regeneration System
6-20
Smart Regeneration Level Settings
6-19
Smart Regeneration System On/Off
6-18
Smart Regeneration System Operating Condition
6-19
Smart Regeneration System Precautions
6-21
System Check Message
6-20
Special Driving Conditions
6-41
Driving at Night
6-42
I-9
Index
Driving in Flooded Areas
6-43
Driving in the Rain
6-42
Hazardous Driving Conditions
6-41
Highway Driving
6-43
Hydroplaning
6-42
Rocking the Vehicle
6-41
Smooth Cornering
6-42
Start/Stop Button
6-4
Remote Start
6-8
Start/Stop Button Positions
6-5
Starting the Vehicle
6-6
Turning Off the Vehicle
6-7
Steering Wheel
5-29
Haptic Warning/Steering Wheel Vibration Warning
5-31
Horn
5-31
Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS)
5-29
Steering Wheel Heater
5-30
Tilt/Telescopic Steering
5-29
Steering Wheel Control Overview
2-7
Storage Compartment
5-97
Center Console Storage
5-97
Glove Box
5-98
Passenger Seat Open Tray
5-98
Removable Partition
5-97
Surround View Monitor (SVM)
7-90
Surround View Monitor Malfunction and Limitations
7-94
Surround View Monitor Operation
7-92
Surround View Monitor Settings
7-90
T
Theft-Alarm System
5-27
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
8-7
Changing a Tire with TPMS
8-10
Check Tire Pressure
8-7
Low Tire Pressure Position and Tire Pressure Telltale
8-9
Low Tire Pressure Warning Light
8-9
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
8-8
Tire Specification and Pressure Label
2-14
Tires and Wheels
2-11, 9-22
All Season Tires
9-33
Check Tire Inflation Pressure
9-24
Low Aspect Ratio Tires
9-34
Radial-Ply Tires
9-33
Recommended Cold Tire Inflation Pressures
9-23
Snow Tires
9-33
Summer Tires
9-33
Tire Care
9-23
Tire Maintenance
9-26
Tire Replacement
9-25
Tire Rotation
9-24
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Tire Sidewall Labeling
9-27
Tire Terminology and Definitions
9-30
Tire Traction
9-26
Wheel Alignment and Tire Balance
9-25
Wheel Replacement
9-26
Towing
8-19
Removable Towing Hook
8-20
Towing Service
8-19
Trailer Towing
6-47
U
Understanding Your Electric Vehicle
1-12
Characteristics of Your Electric Vehicle
1-12
Other Precautions for Electric Vehicle Management
1-15
Precautions When Using the High Voltage Battery
1-14
Using Electric Vehicle Functions
1-38
Checking Energy Information
1-40
Checking the Electric Vehicle Screen Configuration
1-38
Setting a Battery Discharging Limit When Using Vehicle to Load (V2L)
1-46
Setting Electric Vehicle Specialized Functions
1-47
Setting the Next Departure Time
1-41
Setting the Options for the AC Charger
1-43
Using V2L Function
1-51
Safety Precautions When Using the V2L Function
1-51
Solving V2L Problems
1-55
Using Electricity Outside the Vehicle
1-54
V
Vehicle Certification Label
2-14
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
2-14
Vehicle Information, Consumer Information, and Reporting Safety Defects
2-1
Vehicle Load Limit
6-48
The Loading Information Label
6-49
Vehicle Settings (Infotainment System)
4-26
Setting Your Vehicle
4-26
Vehicle Weight and Luggage Volume
2-12
W
Washer Fluid
9-16
Checking the Washer Fluid Level
9-16
Wide Sunroof
5-49
Automatic Reversal
5-51
Power Sunshade
5-49
Resetting the Sunroof
5-52
Slide Open/Close
5-50
Sunroof Open Warning
5-52
Tilt Open/Close
5-50
Windows
5-45
Power Windows
5-46
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Index
Windshield Defrosting (Heater)
5-92
Rear Window Defroster
5-92
Windshield Defrosting and Defogging
5-91
Automatic Climate Control System
5-91
Defogging Logic
5-92
Winter Driving
6-44
Snow or Icy Conditions
6-44
Winter Precautions
6-46
Wiper Blades
9-17
Blade Inspection
9-17
Blade Replacement
9-17
Wipers and Washers
5-78
Front Windshield Washers
5-79
Front Windshield Wipers
5-78
Rear Windshield Washers
5-80
Rear Windshield Wipers
5-80
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