MAINTENANCE - Hyundai Product Information

MAINTENANCE - Hyundai Product Information
MAINTENANCE
Scheduled Maintenance
Normal Usage
Severe Usage*
Engine Oil & Filter
Replace
7,500
Replace
3,000
Tire Rotation
Perform
7,500
Perform
7,500
Air Cleaner Filter Inspect
Replace
7,500
30,000
Inspect
Replace
Same As Normal
More Frequently
Drive Belt
2.0 DOHC (alt, water pump)
2.7 V6 (alt, p/str’g, A/C)
Inspect
Inspect
7,500
30,000
Inspect
Inspect
Same As Normal
Same As Normal
Climate Control Air Filter
Replace
every 12
mos. Or
10,000
Replace
More Frequently
Air Conditioning Refrigerant
Inspect
15,000
Inspect
Same As Normal
Propeller Shaft Clean, Bolt Retighten
Inspect
15,000
Inspect
Same As Normal
Manual Transaxle Fluid
Inspect
15,000
Replace
60,000
Brake Pads, Calipers & Rotors
Inspect
15,000
Inspect
More Frequently
Drive Shaft & Boots
Inspect
15,000
Inspect
7,500
Brake Hoses & Lines
Inspect
15,000
Inspect
Same As Normal
Exhaust Pipe & Muffler
Inspect
15,000
Inspect
Same As Normal
Suspension Mounting Bolts
Inspect
15,000
Inspect
Same As Normal
Steering Gear Box, Linkage & Boots/Lower
Arm Ball Joint
Inspect
15,000
Inspect
More Frequently
Fuel Tank Air Filter
Inspect
Replace
15,000
30,000
Inspect
Replace
Same As Normal
Same As Normal
Automatic Transaxle Fluid & Filter
Inspect
Replace
15,000 Inspect Same As Normal
105,000 Replace 30,000
Rear Axle Oil (4WD)
Inspect
25,000
Replace 50,000
Transfer Case Oil (4WD)
Inspect
Replace
25,000
62,000
Inspect
Replace
Same As Normal
25,000
Fuel Lines, Fuel Hoses & Connections
Inspect
30,000
Inspect
Same As Normal
Fuel Vapor Hose & Fuel Filler Cap
Inspect
30,000
Inspect
Same As Normal
Coolant
Replace
30,000
Replace
Same As Normal
Brake Fluid
Inspect
30,000
Inspect
Same As Normal
Power Steering Pump, Belt & Hoses
Inspect
30,000
Inspect
Same As Normal
Crankcase Ventilation Hose
Inspect
30,000
Inspect
Same As Normal
Rear Brake Drums/Linings, Parking Brake
Inspect
30,000
Inspect
More Frequently
Timing belt (when replacing timing belt,
inspect water pump on 2.7L)
Inspect
Replace
30,000
60,000
Inspect
Replace
20,000
40,000
Vacuum Hoses
Inspect
52,500
Inspect
Same As Normal
Fuel Filter
Replace
52,500
Replace
Same As Normal
Spark Plugs (Platinum Coated)
Replace
60,000
Replace
More Frequently
Valve Clearance (2.0L Only)
Inspect
60,000
Inspect
Same As Normal
Spark Plugs (Iridium Coated)
Replace
100,000 Replace
More Frequently
HYUNDAI TUCSON
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
*For Additional Maintenance Schedule Information See Your Owner’s Manual
Looking For More Detailed Information? This Quick Reference Guide does not replace your vehicle’s Owner’s
Manual. If you require additional information or are unsure of a specific issue, you should always refer to
the vehicle’s Owner’s Manual or contact your authorized Hyundai dealer.
*NP150_-_T8000*
NP150 - T8000
03/08 (rev 03/08)
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XM Radio: 1-800-967-2346
Driver controls
Power Windows
and Auto Down
Page 4
Power Outside
Rearview Mirrors
Page 4
Electronic
Stability
Control (ESC)
Page 5
Headlights
Page 6
Tire Pressure
Monitoring
System (TPMS)*
Page 6
Windshield
Wiper / Washer
Page 6
Occupant
Classification
System
Clock
Adjustment
Page 7
Audio
System
Page 8
Page 7
A
U
X
FM
AM
XM
CD/AUX
LOAD
INFO SETUP
SCAN MUTE
SEEK
TRACK
CAT
FOLDER
PUSH
AUDIO
CONTROL
POWER
1
2
3
4
VOLUME
5
ENTER
6
FILE
TUNE
LOCK
Window Lock
Switch
Page 4
2
Driver Control
Illumination
(Dimmer)
4WD Lock*
Page 5
Cruise Control*
Page 7
Climate Control
Page 9-10
Transmission
Page 11
Page 5
*if equipped
3
Driver control FEATURES
river control ILLUMINATION
D
(DIMMER)
POWER WINDOWS and AUTO DOWN
ESC
The driver control illumination intensity
can be adjusted by rotating the control
knob when the parking lights or the
headlights are on.
TO OPEN/CLOSE THE WINDOWS
The main switches are located on the
driver’s armrest.
OFF
• To open, depress the appropriate window switch.
• To close, pull up on the appropriate
window switch.
AUTO DOWN (Driver’s Side only)
The auto down feature is controlled by the main
switches. To fully open the driver’s window
automatically, press the AUTO switch fully down.
4WD LOCK (if equipped)
4WD
ESC
LOCK
OFF
WINDOW LOCK SWITCH
To disable all passenger power windows, press
the window lock switch located on the driver’s
armrest. To revert to normal operation, press the
window lock switch a second time.
During off-road or inclement weather
conditions, press the 4WD LOCK
switch to drive in full-time 4WD. This
will divide the power between the
front and rear wheels (only when the
vehicle speed is under 25 mph). The
4WD LOCK indicator light on the
switch will illuminate.
L
R
LO
CK
A
DOUT
W O
N
ELECTRONIC STABILITY CONTROL
(ESC) SYSTEM OFF
POWER OUTSIDE REARVIEW MIRRORS
The ESC system is designed to help the
driver maintain vehicle control under
adverse driving conditions.
The switch is located on the driver’s armrest and
can be used to adjust both the left and right
outside mirrors.
To adjust the position of either mirror:
1. Move the selecting switch to the R (right) or
L (left) to adjust the corresponding mirror.
2. Adjust the mirror angle by depressing the
appropriate direction on the perimeter switch.
ESC ON (Recommended) – ESC OFF light
is not lit up on the instrument panel.
L
R
ESC OFF – Press the ESC OFF button,
ESC OFF will light up on the instrument
panel. Press again for ESC ON.
ESC
OFF
NOTE: When the key is removed from the
ignition, ESC is reset to the ON state.
3. Move the selecting switch back to the middle
position to deactivate the perimeter switch.
4
5
HEADLIGHTS
CRUISE CONTROL (if equipped)
HEADLIGHT SWITCH
To set a cruising speed:
To operate the headlights, rotate the switch
on the end of the lever:
1. ON C – Press the button and the
CRUISE indicator in the instrument
cluster will illuminate. Accelerate to the
desired cruising speed (above 25 mph).
OFF – Headlights off
– Parking lights on
– Headlights on
2. SET D – Move the switch downward
and remove your foot from the
accelerator pedal.
NOTE: The ignition must be in the ON
position to turn on the headlights.
A
To accelerate or decelerate speed:
High Beam Activation: Push the lever forward.
Flash Feature: Pull the lever toward you
and release.
B
ACC B – Move the switch upward to
accelerate your speed with cruising
speed set.
TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS) (if equipped)
C
COAST D – Move the switch downward
to slow set speed down with cruising
speed set.
LOW TIRE PRESSURE INDICATOR: Illuminates if one or more of your tires
is significantly under-inflated. Safely park the vehicle and check your
tires as soon as possible, and inflate them to the proper pressure.
D
To cancel the cruising speed:
Pull the CANCEL A switch towards you,
press the brake pedal, depress the clutch
pedal, or turn OFF C cruise control.
TPMS MALFUNCTION INDICATOR: Illuminates and stays illuminated when
there is a problem with the TPMS system. Have the system checked
by an authorized Hyundai dealer as soon as possible.
NOTE: The TPMS is not a substitute for proper tire maintenance, and
it is the driver’s responsibility to maintain correct tire pressure, even if
under-inflation has not reached the level to trigger illumination of the
TPMS low tire pressure indicator.
CLOCK ADJUSTMENT
There are three control buttons for the
digital clock. Their functions are:
H
WINDSHIELD WIPER / WASHER
To activate the windshield wipers, move the
wiper / washer switch to one of the four positions:
MIST – This feature allows the windshield wipers
to make a single wipe to clear any mist on the
windshield. Move the windshield wiper / washer
switch upward.
OFF
+
INT
OFF
+–
INT
–
HIN
I T
OCCUPANT CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
LO
PASSENGER AIR BAG OFF INDICATOR
The indicator will illuminate when you
turn the ignition key to START or ON.
The light will not illuminate when the
passenger’s air bag is enabled. The
occupant classification system will
disable the right front passenger’s air
bag under certain conditions (light
on). Refer to the Owner’s Manual for a
complete description of this system.
HI
LO – Low-speed operation is the second
downward position.
HI – High-speed operation is the third
downward position.
6
OFF
MIST
INT
OFF
LO
OFF
+
INT
OFF
+–
INT
–
R
H: Push H to advance the hours.
M: Push M to advance the minutes.
R: Push R to reset minutes to :00 and
the hour to the next nearest number.
Press and hold the R button to toggle
between military time and standard time.
MIST
INT – Intermittent wiper operation is the first
downward position. The wiper speed may be varied
by rotating the INT switch. + allows less time
between wipes, – allows more time between wipes.
WIPE / WASH OPERATION
To use the windshield washer, pull the
wiper / washer lever towards you. When the
washer is operated, the wipers automatically make
two passes across the windshield. The washer
continues to operate until the lever is released.
M
NOTE: The driver’s air bag and the
side impact air bag are not part of the
occupant classification system.
7
Audio SYSTEM
MANUAL climate controL SYSTEM
(if equipped)
FM
AM
XM
CD/AUX
LOAD
D
C
A
C
SCAN MUTE
INFO SETUP
SEEK
TRACK
CAT
FOLDER
B
OFF
MAX
A/C
B
PUSH
AUDIO
A
1
2
3
VOLUME
4
5
2. Select AM or FM
D
A
A
.
.
3. Adjust the TUNE knob
E
to the desired channel.
4. Press and hold any preset button
current channel.
F
(1-6) until an audible beep is heard to memorize the
or TRACK
button
B
B
to seek the next available channel.
Scanning Through Audio Channels (AM/FM or CD)
1. Press the SCAN button
C
to preview each channel/track.
2. Press the SCAN button
C
again to stop the scan feature.
AIR FLOW CONTROL KNOB – Use to direct the flow of air.
BLOWER FAN CONTROL KNOB – Use to select the blower fan speed.
C Temperature control KNOB – Use to select the degree of heating. Turn to the left for
cooler temperatures, turn to the right for warmer temperatures.
D
SEEKING NEXT AVAILABLE ChanNel (AM/FM)
Press the SEEK
D
TUNE
SetTing Preset Memory Buttons (AM/FM)
1. Turn radio on by pushing the POWER button
PUSH
4
E
6
FILE
F
E
ENTER
CONTROL
POWER
A/C
1 2 3
PUSH
A/C – Push to turn the A/C ON or OFF.
air intake control – Push to activate/deactivate. In this mode air from within the
passenger compartment is drawn through the heating system and is heated or cooled
according to the other functions selected.
E
TO REMOVE FROST OR FOG ON THE WINDSHIELD
1. Set the temperature control
2. Set the fan speed
B
C
to the desired setting.
to the highest setting.
3. Set the air flow control
A
to the defrost position.
NOTE: If the air conditioner filter for the evaporator blower is not replaced per the scheduled
maintenance section, excessive window fogging may result. Your authorized Hyundai dealer
can replace this filter for you.
8
9
FULL LOGIC
automatic climate controL SYSTEM
6 COMPACT DISC CHANGER
(if equipped)
D
B
TRANSMISSION
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
C
(if equipped)
To select automatic mode, shift to D.
H
I
J
A
P– Park
R– Reverse
N– Neutral
D– Drive
G
F
E
(+/–) – Shiftronic™
• Push this lever forward to shift up
one gear.
• Pull the lever backwards once to shift
down one gear.
A auto temperature Button – Press to allow the system to automatically control the
heating and cooling.
B Temperature control Button – Use to select the degree of heating. Press the q for
cooler temperatures, press the p for warmer temperatures.
C display window – Displays the temperature control setting, the fan speed setting, the
selected air flow and the outside temperature setting.
5
1 3 R
24
FAN SPEED CONTROL BUTTON – Use to select the blower fan speed. Press the q to
decrease the fan speed, press p to increase fan speed.
D
E FRESH AIR SYSTEM BUTTOn – Press to activate/deactivate. In this mode air enters the
vehicle from outside and is heated or cooled according to the other functions selected.
F air intake control BUTTON – Press to activate/deactivate. In this mode air from within
the passenger compartment is drawn through the heating system and is heated or cooled
according to the other functions selected.
G
OFF button – Press to turn OFF the climate control system.
H
MODE BUTTON – This controls the flow of air. Air can be directed to different levels.
I
AIR CONDITIONING BUTTOn – Press to activate/deactivate air conditioning.
J FRONT windshield defrost button – Press to activate/deactivate to clear the windshield
of fog and/or thin ice.
MANUAL TRANSMISSION
(if equipped)
ENGAGING REVERSE
When shifting into Reverse (R) gear, lift
the collar tab up and then shift into the
Reverse (R) gear position.
TO REMOVE FROST OR FOG ON THE WINDSHIELD
1. Set the fan speed
D
2. Set the temperature
to the highest position.
B
to the highest position.
3. Press the front windshield defrost button
J
.
NOTE: If the air conditioner filter for the evaporator blower is not replaced per the scheduled
maintenance section, excessive window fogging may result. Your authorized Hyundai dealer
can replace this filter for you.
10
11
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE FRONT SEAT
SHOULDER BELT
REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY
This should be adjusted so that it lies
across your chest and midway over
your shoulder nearest the door and
not your neck.
LOCK
Press to lock all doors and arm the alarm. Press
again to hear a confirmation chirp.
UNLOCK
Press to disarm the alarm and unlock the driver’s
door. Press again within four seconds to unlock
all doors.
• To raise the height adjuster, pull
it up while pressing the height
adjuster buttons.
Front
PANIC
Press and hold to activate the horn and flashing
lights for 30 seconds. Press again to turn off
panic mode.
• To lower, push it down while pressing
the height adjuster buttons.
NOTE: Moving the height adjuster
quickly may cause the seatbelt retractor
to engage.
FRONT SEAT ADJUSTMENT
Back
A ADJUSTING SEAT FORWARD
AND REARWARD
To move the seat toward the front or rear,
pull the lock release lever upward. This
will release the seat on its track so you
can move it forward or rearward to the
desired position.
D
BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
• Whenever operating the vehicle, make sure that you and your occupants are properly wearing
the seatbelts.
C
• Small children should always ride in the rear seat in the appropriate child restraint system (see
the Owner’s Manual for child safety details).
• Never place children under 13 years old in the front seats to avoid injury that may result from
air bag deployment.
• Always refer to the Owner’s Manual for complete safety precaution information.
12
B
A
B FRONT/REAR SEAT CUSHION HEIGHT
ADJUSTMENT, DRIVER’S SEAT ONLY
To raise or lower the front/rear part of the
seat cushion, turn the front or rear knob
clockwise or counterclockwise.
C ADJUSTING SEAT BACK ANGLE
Lift the lever on the side of the seat to
adjust your seatback angle. Release
the lever when you have found a
comfortable position.
D LUMBAR CONTROL
To adjust the lumbar support, pull the
lever forward to increase or push the
lever toward the rear to decrease.
13
SEAT WARMER (if equipped)
RH
When the ignition key is in the ON position,
push the LH or RH switch to warm the driver’s
seat or the passenger’s seat, respectively.
LH
HATCH CONTROLS
TAILGATE OPEN:
Pull and raise the DOOR release lever
(left side) A to open the tailgate.
TAILGATE WINDOW OPEN:
1. Pull the GLASS release lever
(right side) B .
2. Raise the window using the
open handle.
A
B
DRINK HOLDERS
LH
RH
FRONT DRINK HOLDERS
Use the two drink holders to securely hold
your beverages while driving.
REAR DRINK HOLDERS (if equipped)
The rear passengers can fold down the drink
holders located between the rear seats, by
firmly pulling down on the tab at the top.
FUEL FILLER DOOR RELEASE
REFUELING
1. Pull fuel release lever.
2. Remove fuel cap.
3. Pump fuel.
4. Replace fuel cap.
5. Close fuel door.
NOTE: After adding fuel, always reinstall
the fuel cap fully and make sure it
clicks at least three times. Failure to
do this may result in the Check Engine
light illuminating.
14
15
TUCSON CUSTOMER DELIVERY CHECK LIST
Hyundai Owner
Sales Consultant
Dealership Name
TUCSON CUSTOMER DELIVERY CHECK LIST (CONTINUED)
tire pressure monitoring system (Tpms) – page 6
• LOW TIRE PRESSURE INDICATOR: Illuminates
if one or more of your tires is significantly
under-inflated. Safely park and inflate them
to the proper pressure.
Date
VIN
PREVIOUS Vehicle
NOTE: Refer to the driver’s side B-Pillar for
recommended tire pressure on OEM tires.
BEFORE DELIVERY
• TPMS MALFUNCTION INDICATOR: Have the
system checked by an authorized Hyundai
dealer as soon as possible.
verify ALL remote keyless entry lock / unlock
Verify vehicle is clean inside and out
Check paint finish for scratches, dents, etc. (if present notify manager)
windshield wiper / washer – page 6
Ensure floormats are snapped into place (if equipped)
FASTER
FULL LOGIC
Walk the customer through each of the following key delivery features
MIST
6 COMPACT DISC CHANGER
automatic / manual climate control – pages 9-10
OFF
+
OFF
INT
AUTOMATIC
INT
–
LO
HI
SLOWER
• Move the switch up or down
to one of the four positions.
• WIPE / WASH to use
the washer pull the lever
towards you.
• To adjust INT speed rotate.
DURING DELIVERY
•
To speed up front
windshield defogging,
select defrost and
increase the fan speed.
• Press MODE to change
air direction.
MANUAL
Verify audio and video systemS operation (confirm presets)
Verify clock time setting and set as needed
Explain first service procedure - provide service manager’s or service writer’s business card
Review America’s Best Warranty
Ask if customer has any questions
OFF
MAX
A/C
PUSH
A/C
1 2 3
PUSH
4
Sales Consultant
Date
Customer
Sales Manager
Date
Date
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