Owners Manual - Dealer e

Owners Manual - Dealer e
OWNER'S MANUAL
Operation
Maintenance
Specifications
All information in this Owner's Manual is current at the time of publication.
However, Hyundai reserves the right to make changes at any time so that
our policy of continual product improvement may be carried out.
This manual applies to all Hyundai models and includes descriptions and
explanations of optional as well as standard equipment. As a result, you
may find material in this manual that does not apply to your specific vehicle.
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CAUTION: MODIFICATIONS TO YOUR HYUNDAI
Your Hyundai should not be modified in any way. Such modifications may adversely affect the performance, safety or durability of your Hyundai and may, in addition, violate conditions of the limited
warranties covering the vehicle. Certain modifications may also be in violation of regulations established by the U.S. Department of Transportation and other federal or state agencies.
TWO-WAY RADIO OR CELLULAR TELEPHONE INSTALLATION
Your vehicle is equipped with electronic fuel injection and other electronic components. It is possible
for an improperly installed/adjusted two-way radio or cellular telephone to adversely affect electronic
systems. For this reason, we recommend that you carefully follow the radio manufacturer's instructions or consult your Hyundai dealer for precautionary measures or special instructions if you choose
to install one of these devices.
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SAFETY AND VEHICLE DAMAGE WARNING
This manual includes information titled as WARNING, CAUTION and NOTICE.
These titles indicate the following:
WARNING
This indicates that a condition may result in harm, serious injury or death to you or other
persons if the warning is not heeded. Follow the advice provided with the warning.
CAUTION
This indicates that a condition may result in damage to your vehicle or its equipment if the
caution is not heeded. Follow the advice provided with the caution.
✽ NOTICE
This indicates that interesting or helpful information is being provided.
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FOREWORD
Thank you for choosing Hyundai. We are pleased to welcome you to the growing number of discriminating people who drive
Hyundais. The advanced engineering and high-quality construction of each Hyundai we build is something of which we're very
proud.
Your Owner's Manual will introduce you to the features and operation of your new Hyundai. It is suggested that you read it carefully because the information it contains can contribute greatly to the satisfaction you receive from your new car.
The manufacturer also recommends that all service and maintenance on your car be performed by an authorized Hyundai dealer. Hyundai dealers are prepared to provide high-quality service, maintenance and any other assistance that may be required.
HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA
Note : Because future owners will also need the information included in this manual, if you sell this Hyundai, please leave the manual in the vehicle for their use. Thank you.
CAUTION
Severe engine and transaxle damage may result from the use of poor quality fuels and lubricants that do not meet Hyundai
specifications. You must always use high quality fuels and lubricants that meet the specifications listed on Page 8-4 in the
Vehicle Specifications section of the Owner's Manual.
Copyright 2011 Hyundai Motor America. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval
system or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Hyundai Motor America.
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Guide to Hyundai Genuine Parts
1. What are Hyundai Genuine Parts?
Hyundai Genuine Parts are the same
parts used by Hyundai Motor
Company to manufacture vehicles.
They are designed and tested for the
optimum safety, performance, and reliability to our customers.
2. Why should you use genuine parts?
Hyundai Genuine Parts are engineered and built to meet rigid manufacturing requirements. Using imitation, counterfeit or used salvage parts
is not covered under the Hyundai New
Vehicle Limited Warranty or any other
Hyundai warranty.
In addition, any damage to or failure of
Hyundai Genuine Parts caused by the
installation or failure of an imitation,
counterfeit or used salvage part is not
covered by any Hyundai Warranty.
3. How can you tell if you are purchasing Hyundai Genuine Parts?
Look for the Hyundai Genuine Parts
Logo on the package (see below).
Hyundai Genuine Parts exported to
are packaged with labels written only
in English.
Hyundai Genuine Parts are only sold
through
authorized
Hyundai
Dealerships.
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table of contents
Introduction
1
Your vehicle at a glance
2
Safety systems of your vehicle
3
Features of your vehicle
4
Driving your vehicle
5
What to do in an emergency
6
Maintenance
7
Specifications, Consumer information and 8
Reporting safety defects
Index
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Introduction
How to use this manual / 1-2
Fuel requirements / 1-2
Vehicle handling instructions / 1-4
Vehicle break-in process / 1-5
Vehicle data collection and event data recorders / 1-5
Indicator symbols on the instrument cluster / 1-6
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Introduction
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
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We want to help you get the greatest
possible driving pleasure from your vehicle. Your Owner’s Manual can assist you
in many ways. We strongly recommend
that you read the entire manual. In order
to minimize the chance of death or injury,
you must read the WARNING and CAUTION sections in the manual.
Illustrations complement the words in this
manual to best explain how to enjoy your
vehicle. By reading your manual, you will
learn about features, important safety
information, and driving tips under various road conditions.
The general layout of the manual is provided in the Table of Contents. A good
place to start is the index; it has an alphabetical listing of all information in your
manual.
Sections: This manual has eight sections
plus an index. Each section begins with a
brief list of contents so you can tell at a
glance if that section has the information
you want.
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FUEL REQUIREMENTS
You’ll find various WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTICES in this manual.
These were prepared to enhance your
personal safety.You should carefully read
and follow ALL procedures and recommendations provided in these WARNINGS, CAUTIONS and NOTICES.
Your new vehicle is designed to use only
unleaded fuel having a pump octane
number((RTM)/2) of 87 or higher.
Your new vehicle is designed to obtain
maximum performance with UNLEADED
FUEL, as well as minimize exhaust emissions and spark plug fouling.
WARNING
A WARNING indicates a situation in
which harm, serious bodily injury or
death could result if the warning is
ignored.
CAUTION
A CAUTION indicates a situation in
which damage to your vehicle could
result if the caution is ignored.
✽ NOTICE
A NOTICE indicates interesting or helpful information is being provided.
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CAUTION
Never add any fuel system cleaning
agents to the fuel tank other than
what has been specified. (Consult
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer for
details.)
Introduction
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WARNING
• Do not "top off" after the nozzle
automatically shuts off when
refueling.
• Tighten the cap until it clicks one
time, otherwise the Check Engine
light will illuminate.
• Always check that the fuel cap is
installed securely to prevent fuel
spillage in the event of an accident.
Gasoline containing alcohol and
methanol
Gasohol, a mixture of gasoline and
ethanol (also known as grain alcohol),
and gasoline or gasohol containing
methanol (also known as wood alcohol)
are being marketed along with or instead
of leaded or unleaded gasoline.
Do not use gasohol containing more than
10% ethanol, and do not use gasoline or
gasohol containing any methanol. Either
of these fuels may cause drivability problems and damage to the fuel system.
Discontinue using gasohol of any kind if
drivability problems occur.
Vehicle damage or driveability problems
may not be covered by the manufacturer’s warranty if they result from the use
of:
1. Gasohol containing more than 10%
ethanol.
2. Gasoline or gasohol containing
methanol.
3. Leaded fuel or leaded gasohol.
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"E85" fuel is an alternative fuel composed of 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline, and is manufactured
exclusively for use in Flexible Fuel
Vehicles. “E85” is not compatible with
your vehicle. Use of “E85” may result in
poor engine performance and damage to
your vehicle's engine and fuel system.
HYUNDAI recommends that customers
do not use fuel with an ethanol content
exceeding 10 percent.
CAUTION
Your New Vehicle Limited Warranty
does not cover damage to the fuel
system or any performance problems caused by the use of “E85” fuel.
CAUTION
Never use gasohol which contains
methanol. Discontinue use of any
gasohol product which impairs drivability.
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Introduction
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Do not use methanol
Fuels containing methanol (wood alcohol) should not be used in your vehicle.
This type of fuel can reduce vehicle performance and damage components of
the fuel system.
CAUTION
Your New Vehicle Limited Warranty
may not cover damage to the fuel
system and any performance problems that are caused by the use of
fuels containing methanol.
Fuel Additives
HYUNDAI recommends that you use
good quality gasolines treated with detergent additives such as TOP TIER
Detergent Gasoline, which help prevent
deposit formation in the engine. These
gasolines will help the engine run cleaner and enhance performance of the
Emission Control System. For more information on TOP TIER Detergent
Gasoline, please go to the website
(www.toptiergas.com)
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For customers who do not use TOP Tier
Detergent Gasoline regularly, and have
problems starting or the engine does not
run smoothly, additives that you can buy
separately may be added to the gasoline.
If TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline is not
available, one bottle of additive added to
the fuel tank at every 7,500mile or every
engine oil change is recommended.
Additives are available from your authorized HYUNDAI dealer along with information on how to use them. Do not mix
other additives.
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Operation in foreign countries
If you are going to drive your vehicle in
another country, be sure to:
• Observe all regulations regarding registration and insurance.
• Determine that acceptable fuel is available.
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VEHICLE HANDLING
INSTRUCTIONS
As with other vehicles of this type, failure
to operate this vehicle correctly may
result in loss of control, an accident or
vehicle rollover.
Specific design characteristics (higher
ground clearance, track, etc.) give this
vehicle a higher center of gravity than
other types of vehicles. It is not designed
for cornering at the same speeds as conventional 2-wheel drive vehicles. Avoid
sharp turns or abrupt maneuvers. Again,
failure to operate this vehicle correctly
may result in loss of control, an accident
or vehicle rollover. Be sure to read the
“Reducing the risk of a rollover” driving guidelines, in section 5 of this
manual.
Introduction
VEHICLE BREAK-IN PROCESS
VEHICLE DATA COLLECTION AND EVENT DATA RECORDERS
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No special break-in period is needed. By
following a few simple precautions for the
first 600 miles (1,000 km) you may add to
the performance, economy and life of
your vehicle.
• Do not race the engine.
• While driving, keep your engine speed
(rpm, or revolutions per minute)
between 2,000 rpm and 4,000 rpm.
• Do not maintain a single speed for long
periods of time, either fast or slow.
Varying engine speed is needed to
properly break-in the engine.
• Avoid hard stops, except in emergencies, to allow the brakes to seat properly.
• Don't let the engine idle longer than 3
minutes at one time.
• Don't tow a trailer during the first 1,200
miles (2,000 km) of operation.
This vehicle is equipped with an event
data recorder (EDR). The main purpose of an EDR is to record, in certain
crash or near crash-like situations,
such as an air bag deployment or hitting a road obstacle, data that will
assist in understanding how a vehicle's systems performed. The EDR is
designed to record data related to
vehicle dynamics and safety systems
for a short period of time, typically 30
seconds or less. The EDR in this vehicle is designed to record such data
as:
* How various systems in your vehicle
were operating:
* Whether or not the driver and passenger
safety
belts
were
buckled/fastened;
* How far (if at all) the driver was
depressing the accelerator and/or
brake pedal; and,
* How fast the vehicle was traveling.
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These data can help provide a better
understanding of the circumstances
in which crashes and injuries occur.
NOTE: EDR data are recorded by your
vehicle only if a nontrivial crash situation occurs; no data are recorded by
the EDR under normal driving conditions and no personal data (e.g.,
name, gender, age, and crash location) are recorded. However, other
parties, such as law enforcement,
could combine the EDR data with the
type of personally identifying data
routinely acquired during a crash
investigation.
To read data recorded by an EDR, special equipment is required, and
access to the vehicle or the EDR is
needed.
In addition to the vehicle manufacturer, other parties, such as law enforcement, that have the special equipment, can read the information if they
have access to the vehicle or the EDR.
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INDICATOR SYMBOLS ON THE INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
Door ajar warning light
Air bag warning light
Cruise indicator
Tailgate open warning light
Parking brake & Brake fluid
warning light
Cruise SET indicator
Seat belt warning light
Engine oil pressure warning
light
Low fuel level warning light
High beam indicator
AWD system warning light
Shift pattern indicator
Turn signal indicator
AWD LOCK indicator
Low tire pressure telltale /
TPMS(Tire Pressure Monitoring
System) malfunction indicator
ESC (Electronic stability control)
indicator
Low windshield washer fluid
level warning light
ESC (Electronic stability control)
OFF indicator
Charging system warning light
ABS (Anti-lock brake system)
warning light
Malfunction indicator
❈: For more detailed explanations, refer to section 4, “Instrument cluster”.
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ECO ECO indicator
DBC (Downhill brake control)
Your vehicle at a glance
Interior overview / 2-2
Instrument panel overview / 2-3
Engine compartment / 2-4
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Your vehicle at a glance
INTERIOR OVERVIEW
1. Door lock/unlock button ............................4-8
2. Outside rearview mirror control switch*.....4-38
3. Central door lock switch* ..........................4-8
4. Power window lock button*.....................4-15
5. Power window switches ..........................4-13
6. Fuse box ..................................................7-47
7. DBC (Downhill brake control) button .......5-31
8. ESC OFF button .....................................5-28
9. AWD Lock button....................................5-17
10. Instrument panel illumination................4-41
11. Front fog light button* ...........................4-60
12. AC inverter button* ...............................4-96
13. Hood release lever ...............................4-17
14. Steering wheel tilt .................................4-26
15. Seat ........................................................3-2
* : if equipped
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Your vehicle at a glance
INSTRUMENT PANEL OVERVIEW
1. Instrument cluster ...........................4-40
2. Light control / Turn signals ..............4-57
3. Wiper/Washer..................................4-61
4. Steering wheel audio controls* .......4-92
5. Auto cruise controls* .......................5-34
6. Driver’s air bag................................3-45
7. Ignition switch ...................................5-4
8. Steering wheel ................................4-26
9. Digital clock ........................................4-97
10. Audio system*..............................4-107
11. Hazard warning flasher switch......4-56
12. Climate control system* ........4-67/4-76
13. Seat warmer* ................................3-10
14. Shift lever ................................5-7/5-10
15. Cigarette lighter.............................4-92
16. Power outlet ..................................4-95
17. Ashtray ..........................................4-92
18. Passenger’s air bag ......................3-45
19. Vent controls .................................4-70
20. Glove box ......................................4-89
21. Parking brake pedal ......................5-24
22. Brake pedal...................................5-23
23. Accelerator pedal ............................5-6
* : if equipped
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Your vehicle at a glance
ENGINE COMPARTMENT
■ 2.4 Engine
1. Engine coolant reservoir..................7-16
2. Engine oil filler cap ..........................7-14
3. Brake fluid reservoir.........................7-18
4. Air cleaner .......................................7-22
5. Fuse box ..........................................7-47
6. Negative battery terminal ................7-29
7. Positive battery terminal ..................7-29
■ 3.5 Engine
8. Radiator cap ....................................7-17
9. Engine oil dipstick............................7-14
10. Power steering fluid reservoir ........7-19
11. Windshield washer fluid reservoir..7-20
* The actual engine room in the vehicle may differ from the illustration.
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Seats / 3-2
Seat belts / 3-17
Child restraint system / 3-28
Airbag-supplemental restraint system / 3-36
Safety systems of your vehicle
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Safety systems of your vehicle
SEATS
Front seat
(1) Forward and rearward
(2) Seatback angle
(3) Seat cushion height (Driver’s seat)
(4) Lumbar support (Driver’s seat)*
(5) Seat warmer*
(6) Headrest
Manual seat
Rear seat
(7) Seatback angle and folding
(8) Headrest
(9) Armrest
* : if equipped
Power seat
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Safety systems of your vehicle
WARNING - Loose objects
Loose objects in the driver’s foot
area could interfere with the operation of the foot pedals, possibly
causing an accident. Do not place
anything under the front seats.
WARNING - Uprighting
seat
When you return the seatback to its
upright position, hold the seatback
and return it slowly and be sure
there are no other occupants
around the seat. If the seatback is
returned without being held and
controlled, the back of the seat
could spring forward resulting in
accidental injury to a person struck
by the seatback.
WARNING - Driver responsibility for front seat passenger
Riding in a vehicle with a front seatback reclined could lead to serious
or fatal injury in an accident. If a
front seat is reclined during an
accident, the occupant’s hips may
slide under the lap portion of the
seat belt, applying great force to the
unprotected abdomen. Serious or
fatal internal injuries could result.
The driver must advise the front
passenger to keep the seatback in
an upright position whenever the
vehicle is in motion.
WARNING
Do not use a sitting cushion that
reduces friction between the seat
and passenger. The passenger's
hips may slide under the lap portion of the seat belt during an accident or a sudden stop. Serious or
fatal internal injuries could result
because the seat belt can't operate
normally.
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WARNING - Driver’s seat
• Never attempt to adjust seat
while the vehicle is moving. This
could result in loss of control,
and an accident causing death,
serious injury, or property damage.
• Do not allow anything to interfere
with the normal position of the
seatback. Storing items against a
seatback or in any other way
interfering with proper locking of
a seatback could result in serious
or fatal injury in a sudden stop or
collision.
• Always drive and ride with your
seatback upright and the lap portion of the seat belt snug and low
across the hips. This is the best
position to protect you in case of
an accident.
• In order to avoid unnecessary
and perhaps severe air bag
injuries, always sit as far back as
possible from the steering wheel
while maintaining comfortable
control of the vehicle. It is recommended that your chest is at least
10 inches (250 mm) away from
the steering wheel.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
WARNING - Rear seatbacks
• The rear seatback must be
securely latched. If not, passengers and objects could be thrown
forward resulting in serious
injury or death in the event of a
sudden stop or collision.
• Luggage and other cargo should
be laid flat in the cargo area. If
objects are large, heavy, or must
be piled, they must be secured.
Under no circumstances should
cargo be piled higher than the
seatbacks. Failure to follow these
warnings could result in serious
injury or death in the event of a
sudden stop, collision or rollover.
• No passenger should ride in the
cargo area or sit or lie on folded
seatbacks while the vehicle is
moving. All passengers must be
properly seated in seats and
restrained properly while riding.
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• When resetting the seatback to
the upright position, make sure it
is securely latched by pushing it
forward and rearwards.
• To avoid the possibility of burns,
do not remove the carpet in the
cargo area. Emission control
devices beneath this floor generate high temperatures.
WARNING
After adjusting the seat, always
check that it is securely locked into
place by attempting to move the
seat forward or rearward without
using the lock release lever.
Sudden or unexpected movement
of the driver's seat could cause you
to lose control of the vehicle,
resulting in an accident.
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WARNING
• Do not adjust the seat while wearing seat belts. Moving the seat
cushion forward may cause
strong pressure on the abdomen.
• Use extreme caution so that
hands or other objects are not
caught in the seat mechanisms
while the seat is moving.
• Do not put a cigarette lighter on
the floor or seat. When you operate the seat, gas may gush out of
the lighter and cause fire.
Safety systems of your vehicle
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Front seat adjustment - Manual
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Forward and rearward
To move the seat forward or rearward:
1. Pull the seat slide adjustment lever
under the front edge of the seat cushion up and hold it.
2. Slide the seat to the position you
desire.
3. Release the lever and make sure the
seat is locked in place.
Adjust the seat before driving, and make
sure the seat is locked securely by trying
to move forward and rearward without
using the lever. If the seat moves, it is not
locked properly.
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Seatback angle
To recline the seatback:
1. Lean forward slightly and lift up on the
seatback recline lever located on the
outside of the seat at the rear.
2. Carefully lean back on the seat and
adjust the seatback of the seat to the
position you desire.
3. Release the lever and make sure the
seatback is locked in place. (The lever
MUST return to its original position for
the seatback to lock.)
Seat cushion height (for driver’s seat)
To change the height of the seat cushion,
push the lever that is located on the outside of the seat cushion upwards or
downwards.
• To lower the seat cushion, push the
lever down several times.
• To raise the seat cushion, pull the lever
up several times.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
Front seat adjustment - power
(if equipped)
The front seat can be adjusted by using
the control switches located on the outside of the seat cushion. Before driving,
adjust the seat to the proper position so
as to easily control the steering wheel,
pedals and switches on the instrument
panel.
WARNING
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Lumbar support
(for driver’s seat, if equipped)
The lumbar support can be adjusted by
moving the lever on the outside of the driver’s seatback. Pivoting the lever increases or decreases lumbar support.
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The power seat is operable with the
ignition OFF.
Children should never be left unattended in the vehicle.
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CAUTION
• The power seat is driven by an
electric motor. Stop operating
once the adjustment is completed. Excessive operation may
damage the electrical equipment.
• When in operation, the power
seat consumes a large amount of
electrical power. To prevent
unnecessary charging system
drain, don’t adjust the power seat
longer than necessary while the
engine is not running.
• Do not operate two or more power
seat control switches at the same
time. Doing so may result in
power seat motor or electrical
component malfunction.
Safety systems of your vehicle
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Forward and rearward
Push the control switch forward or rearward to move the seat to the desired
position. Release the switch once the
seat reaches the desired position.
Seatback angle
Push the control switch forward or rearward to move the seatback to the desired
angle. Release the switch once the seat
reaches the desired position.
Seat cushion height (for driver’s seat)
Pull the front portion of the control switch
up to raise or down to lower the front part
of the seat cushion. Pull the rear portion
of the control switch up to raise or down
to lower the rear part of the seat cushion.
Release the switch once the seat reaches the desired position.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
WARNING
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Lumbar support
(for driver’s seat, if equipped)
The lumbar support can be adjusted by
pressing the button.
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Headrest
The driver's and front passenger's seats
are equipped with a headrest for the
occupant's safety and comfort.
The headrest not only provides comfort
for the driver and front passenger, but
also helps to protect the head and neck
in the event of a collision.
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• For maximum effectiveness in
case of an accident, the headrest
should be adjusted so the middle
of the headrest is at the same
height as the center of gravity of
an occupant's head. Generally,
the center of gravity of most people's head is similar with the
height of the top of their eyes.
Also, adjust the headrest as close
to your head as possible. For this
reason, the use of a cushion that
holds the body away from the
seatback is not recommended.
• Do not operate the vehicle with
the headrests removed as severe
injury to the occupants may
occur in the event of an accident.
Headrests may provide protection against neck injuries when
properly adjusted.
• Do not adjust the headrest position of the driver's seat while the
vehicle is in motion.
Safety systems of your vehicle
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Adjusting the height up and down
To raise the headrest, pull it up to the
desired position (1). To lower the headrest, push and hold the release button (2)
on the headrest support and lower the
headrest to the desired position (3).
Removal and installation
To remove the headrest, raise it as far as
it can go then press the release button (1)
while pulling upward (2).
To reinstall the headrest, put the headrest poles (3) into the holes while pressing the release button (1). Then adjust it
to the appropriate height.
Active headrest (if equipped)
The active headrest is designed to move
forward and upward during a rear impact.
This helps prevent the driver's and front
passenger’s heads from moving backward and thus helps minimize neck
injuries.
WARNING
WARNING
Make sure the headrest locks in
position after adjusting it to properly protect the occupants.
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A gap between the seat and the
headrest release button may
appear when sitting on the seat or
when you push or pull the seat. Be
careful not to get your finger
caught in the gap.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
• Each time you push the button, the
temperature setting of the seat is
changed as follows :
) → LOW (
)
→
OFF → HIGH (
• The seat warmer defaults to the OFF
position whenever the ignition switch is
turned on.
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Seat warmer (if equipped)
The seat warmer is provided to warm the
front seats during cold weather. With the
ignition switch in the ON position, push
either of the switches to warm the driver's
seat or the front passenger's seat.
During mild weather or under conditions
where the operation of the seat warmer
is not needed, keep the switches in the
"OFF" position.
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✽ NOTICE
With the seat warmer switch in the ON
position, the heating system in the seat
turns off or on automatically depending
on the seat temperature.
CAUTION
• When cleaning the seats, do not
use an organic solvent such as
paint thinner, benzene, alcohol
and gasoline. Doing so may damage the surface of the heater or
seats.
• To prevent overheating the seat
warmer, do not place anything on
the seats that insulates against
heat, such as blankets, cushions
or seat covers while the seat
warmer is in operation.
• Do not place heavy or sharp
objects on seats equipped with
seat warmers. Damage to the seat
warming components could
occur.
Safety systems of your vehicle
Type A
WARNING - Seatback
WARNING - Seat warmer
burns
Passengers should use extreme
caution when using seat warmers
due to the possibility of excess
heating or burns. The occupants
must be able to feel if the seat is
becoming too warm and to turn the
seat warmer off. The seat warmer
may cause burns even at low temperatures, especially if used for
long periods of time.
In particular, the driver must exercise extreme care for the following
types of passengers:
1. Infants, children, elderly or disabled persons, or hospital outpatients
2. Persons with sensitive skin or
those that burn easily
3. Fatigued individuals
4. Intoxicated individuals
5. Individuals taking medication
that can cause drowsiness or
sleepiness (sleeping pills, cold
tablets, etc.)
pockets
Do not put heavy or sharp objects
in the seatback pockets. In an accident they could come loose from
the pocket and injure vehicle occupants.
OMG039017
Type B
WARNING
For proper operation of the Occupant
Classification System (OCS):
• Do not place any items cumulatively weighing over 2.2 lbs (1 kg)
in the passenger’s seatback pocket or on the passenger’s seat.
• Do not hang onto the front passenger seatback.
OHM038010
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Seatback pocket (if equipped)
The seatback pocket is provided on the
back of the front passenger’s and driver’s
seatbacks.
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WARNING
OCM030062N
Rear seat adjustment
Seatback angle
To recline the seatback:
1. Pull up the seatback recline lever.
2. Hold the lever and adjust the seatback
of the seat to the position you desire.
3. Release the lever and make sure the
seatback is locked in place. (The lever
MUST return to its original position for
the seatback to lock.)
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OJM069015R
Headrest
The rear seat(s) is equipped with headrests in all the seating positions for the
occupant's safety and comfort.
The headrest not only provides comfort
for passengers, but also helps protect the
head and neck in the event of a collision.
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• For maximum effectiveness in
case of an accident, the headrest
should be adjusted so the middle
of the headrest is at the same
height of the center of gravity of
an occupant's head. Generally,
the center as gravity of most people's head is similar with the
height of the top of their eyes.
Also adjust the headrest as close
to your head as possible. For this
reason, the use of a cushion that
holds the body away from the
seatback is not recommended.
• Do not operate the vehicle with
the headrests removed. Severe
injury to an occupant may occur
in the event of an accident.
Headrests may provide protection against severe neck injuries
when properly adjusted.
Safety systems of your vehicle
Removal
The headrest cannot be removed. If there
is any problem with the headrest, take
your vehicle to an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer and have the system checked.
OCM030060N
OCM052035
Adjusting the height up and down
To raise the headrest, pull it up to the
desired position (1). To lower the headrest, push and hold the release button (2)
on the headrest support and lower the
headrest to the desired position (3).
Armrest
To use the armrest, pull it forward from
the seatback.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
Folding the rear seat
The rear seatbacks can be folded to facilitate carrying long items or to increase
the luggage capacity of the vehicle.
WARNING
The purpose of the fold-down rear
seatbacks is to allow you to carry
longer objects that could not be
accommodated in the cargo area.
Never allow passengers to sit on
top of the folded down seatback
while the vehicle is moving. This is
not a proper seating position and
no seat belts are available for use.
This could result in serious injury
or death in case of an accident or
sudden stop. Objects carried on the
folded down seatback should not
extend higher than the top of the
front seatbacks. This could allow
cargo to slide forward and cause
injury or damage during sudden
stops.
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1. Insert the rear seat belt buckle in the
pocket between the rear seat back and
cushion, and make sure the rear seat
belt webbing does not get in the way
when folding the rear seat.
2. Set the front seatback to the upright
position and if necessary, slide the
front seat forward.
3. Lower the rear headrests to the lowest
position.
OCM030063N
OCM030064N
4. Pull on the seatback folding lever, then
fold the seat toward the front of the
vehicle. The headrest will fold forward.
When you return the seatback to its
upright position, always be sure it has
locked into position by pushing on the
top of the seatback.
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WARNING
OCM030065N
Also, unfold the headrest manually.
When you return the rear seatback
to its upright position after being
folded down:
Be careful not to damage the seat
belt webbing or buckle. Do not
allow the seat belt webbing or
buckle to get caught or pinched in
the rear seat. Ensure that the seatback is completely locked into its
upright position by pushing on the
top of the seatback. Otherwise, in
an accident or sudden stop, the
seat could fold down and allow
cargo to enter the passenger compartment, which could result in
serious injury or death.
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WARNING - Uprighting
seat
When you return the seatback to its
upright position, hold the seatback
and return it slowly. If the seatback
is returned without holding it, the
back of the seat could spring forward resulting in injury caused by
being struck by the seatback.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
CAUTION - Damaging rear
seat belt buckles
When you fold the rear seatback,
insert the buckle in the pocket
between the rear seatback and
cushion. Doing so can prevent the
buckle from being damaged by the
rear seatback.
WARNING - Cargo
Cargo should always be secured to
prevent it from being thrown about
the vehicle in a collision and causing injury to the vehicle occupants.
Do not place objects on the rear
seats, since they cannot be properly secured and may hit the front
seat occupants in a collision.
CAUTION - Rear seat belts
When returning the rear seatbacks
to the upright position, remember
to return the rear shoulder belts to
their proper position.
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WARNING - Cargo loading
Make sure the engine is off, the
automatic transaxle is in P (Park)
or the manual transaxle is in R
(Reverse) or 1st, and the parking
brake is securely applied whenever
loading or unloading cargo. Failure
to take these steps may allow the
vehicle to move if the shift lever is
inadvertently moved to another
position.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
SEAT BELTS
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Seat belt restraint system
WARNING
• For maximum restraint system
protection, the seat belts must
always be used whenever the car
is moving.
• Seat belts are most effective
when seatbacks are in the
upright position.
• Children age 12 and younger
must
always
be
properly
restrained in the rear seat. Never
allow children to ride in the front
passenger seat. If a child over 12
must be seated in the front seat,
he/she must be properly belted
and the seat should be moved as
far back as possible.
• Never wear the shoulder belt
under your arm or behind your
back. An improperly positioned
shoulder belt can cause serious
injuries in a crash. The shoulder
belt should be positioned midway
over your shoulder across your
collarbone.
(Continued)
(Continued)
• Avoid wearing twisted seat belts.
A twisted belt can't do its job as
well. In a collision, it could even
cut into you. Be sure the belt
webbing is straight and not twisted.
• Be careful not to damage the belt
webbing or hardware. If the belt
webbing or hardware is damaged, replace it.
WARNING
Seat belts are designed to bear
upon the bony structure of the
body, and should be worn low
across the front of the pelvis or the
pelvis, chest and shoulders, as
applicable; wearing the lap section
of the belt across the abdominal
area must be avoided.
Seat belts should be adjusted as
firmly as possible, consistent with
comfort, to provide the protection
for which they have been designed.
A slack belt will greatly reduce the
protection afforded to the wearer.
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Care should be taken to avoid contamination of the webbing with polishes, oils and chemicals, and particularly battery acid. Cleaning may
safely be carried out using mild
soap and water. The belt should be
replaced if webbing becomes
frayed, contaminated or damaged.
It is essential to replace the entire
assembly after it has been worn in
a severe impact even if damage to
the assembly is not obvious. Belts
should not be worn with straps
twisted. Each seat belt assembly
must only be used by one occupant; it is dangerous to put a belt
around a child being carried on the
occupant's lap.
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WARNING
• No modifications or additions
should be made by the user
which will either prevent the seat
belt adjusting devices from operating to remove slack, or prevent
the seat belt assembly from being
adjusted to remove slack.
• When you fasten the seat belt, be
careful not to latch the seat belt in
buckles of other seat. It's very dangerous and you may not be protected by the seat belt properly.
• Do not unfasten the seat belt and
do not fasten and unfasten the
seat belt repeatedly while driving.
This could result in loss of control, and an accident causing
death, serious injury, or property
damage.
• When fastening the seat belt,
make sure that the seat belt does
not pass over objects that are
hard or can break easily.
• Make sure there is nothing in the
buckle. The seat belt may not be
fastened securely.
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Seat belt warning
As a reminder to the driver, the seat belt
warning light will blink for approximately
6 seconds each time you turn the ignition
switch ON regardless of belt fastening.
If the driver's seat belt is not fastened
when the ignition switch is turned on, the
seat belt warning light and the seat belt
warning chime will operate for approximately 6 seconds. But if it is fastened
within the 6 seconds, the warning light
will blink during the 6 seconds and the
warning chime will turn off immediately.
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If the driver's seat belt is disconnected
after the ignition switch is turned to the
ON position, the seat belt warning light
will operate for approximately 6 seconds.
But if it is fastened within the 6 seconds,
the warning light will turn off immediately.
If the driver's seat belt is not fastened
when the vehicle speed exceeds 6 mph
(10 km/h), the seat belt warning light and
chime will operate for approximately 11
times with a pattern of 6 seconds on and
24 seconds off until the belt is fastened
or the vehicle speed decreases below 3
mph (5 km/h).
Safety systems of your vehicle
✽ NOTICE
If you are not able to pull out the seat
belt from the retractor, firmly pull the
belt out and release it. Then you will be
able to pull the belt out smoothly.
1
2
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OCM030026
Seat belt - Driver's 3-point system
with emergency locking retractor
To fasten your seat belt:
To fasten your seat belt, pull it out of the
retractor and insert the metal tab (1) into
the buckle (2). There will be an audible
"click" when the tab locks into the buckle.
The seat belt automatically adjusts to the
proper length only after the lap belt portion is adjusted manually so that it fits
snugly around your hips. If you lean forward in a slow, easy motion, the belt will
extend and let you move around. If there
is a sudden stop or impact, however, the
belt will lock into position. It will also lock
if you try to lean forward too quickly.
Height adjustment (Front seat)
You can adjust the height of the shoulder
belt anchor to one of 4 positions for maximum comfort and safety.
If the height of the seat belt is too near
your neck, you will not be getting the
most effective protection. The shoulder
portion should be adjusted so that it lies
across your chest and midway over your
shoulder nearest the door and not your
neck.
To adjust the height of the seat belt
anchor, lower or raise the height adjuster
into an appropriate position.
To raise the height adjuster, pull it up (1).
To lower it, push it down (3) while pressing the height adjuster button (2).
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Release the button to lock the anchor
into position. Try sliding the height
adjuster to make sure that it has locked
into position.
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WARNING
• Verify the shoulder belt anchor is
locked into position at the appropriate height. Never position the
shoulder belt across your neck or
face. Improperly positioned seat
belts can cause serious injuries
in an accident.
• Failure to replace seat belts after
an accident could leave you with
damaged seat belts that will not
provide protection in the event of
another collision leading to personal injury or death. Replace
your seat belts after being in an
accident as soon as possible.
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WARNING
You should place the lap belt portion as low as possible and snugly
across your hips, not on your waist.
If the lap belt is located too high on
your waist, it may increase the
chance of injury in the event of a
collision. Both arms should not be
under or over the belt. Rather, one
should be over and the other under,
as shown in the illustration.
Never wear the seat belt under the
arm near the door.
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Seat belts - Front passenger and rear
seat 3-point system with combination
locking retractor
To fasten your seat belt:
Combination retractor type seat belts are
installed in the rear seat positions to help
accommodate the installation of child
restraint systems. Although a combination retractor is also installed in the front
passenger seat position, it is strongly
recommended that children always be
seated in the rear seat. NEVER place
any infant restraint system in the front
seat of the vehicle.
This type of seat belt combines the features of both an emergency locking
retractor seat belt and an automatic locking retractor seat belt. To fasten your seat
belt, pull it out of the retractor and insert
the metal tab into the buckle. There will
be an audible "click" when the tab locks
into the buckle. When not securing a
child restraint, the seat belt operates in
the same way as the driver's seat belt
(Emergency Locking Retractor Type). It
automatically adjusts to the proper length
only after the lap belt portion of the seat
belt is adjusted manually so that it fits
snugly around your hips.
Safety systems of your vehicle
When the seat belt is fully extended from
the retractor to allow the installation of a
child restraint system, the seat belt operation changes to allow the belt to retract,
but not to extend (Automatic Locking
Retractor Type). Refer to “Using a child
restraint system” in this section.
✽ NOTICE
Although the combination retractor
provides the same level of protection for
seated passengers in either emergency
or automatic locking modes, it is recommended that seated passengers use the
emergency locking feature for improved
convenience. The automatic locking
function is intended to facilitate child
restraint installation. To convert from
the automatic locking feature to the
emergency locking operation mode,
allow the unbuckled seat belt to fully
retract.
OHM038028N
When using the rear center seat belt, the
buckle with the “CENTER” mark must be
used.
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To release the seat belt:
The seat belt is released by pressing the
release button (1) in the locking buckle.
When it is released, the belt should automatically draw back into the retractor.
If this does not happen, check the belt to
be sure it is not twisted, then try again.
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OED030300
OCM052031
Stowing the rear seat belt
The rear seat belt buckles can be stowed
in the pocket between the rear seatback
and cushion when not in use.
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Pre-tensioner seat belt
Your vehicle is equipped with driver's and
front passenger's pre-tensioner seat
belts. The purpose of the pre-tensioner is
to make sure that the seat belts fit tightly
against the occupant's body in certain
frontal collisions (or side collisions or
rollovers). The pre-tensioner seat belts
can be activated, where the frontal collision (or side collisions or rollovers) is
severe enough, together with the air
bags.
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When the vehicle stops suddenly, or if
the occupant tries to lean forward too
quickly, the seat belt retractor will lock
into position. In certain frontal collisions
(or side collisions or rollovers), the pretensioner will activate and pull the seat
belt into tighter contact against the occupant's body.
If the system senses excessive seat belt
tension on the driver or passenger's seat
belt when the pre-tensioner activates, the
load limiter inside the pre-tensioner will
release some of the pressure on the
affected seat belt.
✽ NOTICE
The pre-tensioner will activate not only
in a frontal collision but also in a side
collision or rollover, if the vehicle is
equipped with a side or curtain air bag.
WARNING
For your safety, be sure that the
belt webbing is not loose or twisted
and always sit properly on your
seat.
Safety systems of your vehicle
WARNING
8KMB3311
The seat belt pre-tensioner system consists mainly of the following components.
Their locations are shown in the illustration:
1. SRS air bag warning light
2. Retractor pre-tensioner assembly
3. SRS control module
To obtain maximum benefit from a
pre-tensioner seat belt:
1. The seatbelt must be working
correctly and adjusted to the
proper position. Please read and
follow all of the important information and precautions about
your vehicle’s occupant safety
features – including seat belts
and air bags – that are provided
in this manual.
2. Be sure you and your passengers always wear seat belts properly.
(Continued)
• Although it is harmless, the fine dust
may cause skin irritation and should
not be breathed for prolonged periods.
Wash all exposed skin areas thoroughly after an accident in which the pretensioner seat belts were activated.
• Because the sensor that activates the
SRS air bag is connected with the pretensioner seat belt, the SRS air bag
warning light on the instrument panel
will illuminate for approximately 6
seconds after the ignition switch has
been turned to the "ON" position, and
then it should turn off.
CAUTION
✽ NOTICE
• Both the driver's and front passenger's pre-tensioner seat belts may be
activated in certain frontal collisions
(or side collisions or rollovers).
The pre-tensioners will not be activated if the seat belts are not being worn
at the time of the collision.
• When the pre-tensioner seat belts are
activated, a loud noise may be heard
and fine dust, which may appear to be
smoke, may be visible in the passenger
compartment. These are normal operating conditions and are not hazardous.
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If the pre-tensioner seat belt is not
working properly, this warning light
will illuminate even if there is no
malfunction of the SRS air bag. If
the SRS air bag warning light does
not illuminate when the ignition key
is turned to "ON", or if it remains
illuminated after illuminating for
approximately 6 seconds, or if it
illuminates while the vehicle is
being driven, please have an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer inspect
the pre-tensioner seat belt or SRS
air bag system as soon as possible.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
WARNING
• Pre-tensioners are designed to
operate only one time. After activation, pre-tensioner seat belts
must be replaced. All seat belts,
of any type, should always be
replaced after they have been
worn during a collision.
• The pre-tensioner seat belt
assembly mechanisms become
hot during activation. Do not
touch the pre-tensioner seat belt
assemblies for several minutes
after they have been activated.
• Do not attempt to inspect or
replace the pre-tensioner seat
belts yourself. This must be done
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
• Do not strike the pre-tensioner
seat belt assemblies.
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• Improper handling of the pre-tensioner seat belt assemblies, and
failure to heed the warnings not
to strike, modify, inspect, replace,
service or repair the pre-tensioner seat belt assemblies may lead
to improper operation or inadvertent activation and serious injury.
• Always wear the seat belts when
driving or riding in a motor vehicle.
• If the vehicle or pre-tensioner
seat belt must be discarded, contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Seat belt precautions
WARNING
All occupants of the vehicle must
wear their seat belts at all times.
Seat belts and child restraints
reduce the risk of serious or fatal
injuries for all occupants in the
event of a collision or sudden stop.
Without a seat belt, occupants
could be shifted too close to a
deploying air bag, strike the interior
structure or be thrown from the
vehicle. Properly worn seat belts
greatly reduce these hazards.
Even with advanced air bags,
unbelted occupants can be severely injured by a deploying air bag.
Always follow the precautions
about seat belts, air bags and occupant safety contained in this manual.
Safety systems of your vehicle
Infant or small child
All 50 states have child restraint laws.You
should be aware of the specific requirements in your state. Child and/or infant
seats must be properly placed and
installed in the rear seat. For more information about the use of these restraints,
refer to “Child restraint system” in this
section.
WARNING
Every person in your vehicle needs
to be properly restrained at all
times, including infants and children. Never hold a child in your
arms or lap when riding in a vehicle. The violent forces created during a crash will tear the child from
your arms and throw the child
against the interior. Always use a
child restraint appropriate for your
child's height and weight.
✽ NOTICE
Small children are best protected from
injury in an accident when properly
restrained in the rear seat by a child
restraint system that meets the requirements of the Federal Motor Vehicle
Safety Standards. Before buying any
child restraint system, make sure that it
has a label certifying that it meets
Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard
213. The restraint must be appropriate
for your child's height and weight.
Check the label on the child restraint for
this information. Refer to “Child
restraint system” in this section.
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Larger children
Children who are too large for child
restraint systems should always occupy
the rear seat and use the available
lap/shoulder belts. The lap portion should
be fastened snug on the hips and as low
as possible. Check belt fit periodically. A
child's squirming could put the belt out of
position. Children are afforded the most
safety in the event of an accident when
they are restrained by a proper restraint
system in the rear seat. If a larger child
(over age 12) must be seated in the front
seat, the child should be securely
restrained by the available lap/shoulder
belt and the seat should be placed in the
rearmost position. Children age 12 and
under should be restrained securely in
the rear seat. NEVER place a child age
12 and under in the front seat. NEVER
place a rear facing child seat in the front
seat of a vehicle.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
If the shoulder belt portion slightly touches the child’s neck or face, try placing the
child closer to the center of the vehicle. If
the shoulder belt still touches their face
or neck they need to be returned to a
child restraint system.
WARNING - Shoulder belts
on small children
• Never allow a shoulder belt to be
in contact with a child’s neck or
face while the vehicle is in
motion.
• If seat belts are not properly worn
and adjusted on children, there is
a risk of death or serious injury.
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Pregnant women
The use of a seat belt is recommended
for pregnant women to lessen the chance
of injury in an accident. When a seat belt
is used, the lap belt portion should be
placed as low and snugly as possible on
the hips, not across the abdomen. For
specific recommendations, consult a
physician.
Injured person
A seat belt should be used when an
injured person is being transported.
When this is necessary, you should consult a physician for recommendations.
WARNING - Pregnant
women
Pregnant women must never place
the lap portion of the safety belt
over the area of the abdomen
where the fetus is located or above
the abdomen where the belt could
crush the fetus during an impact.
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One person per belt
Two people (including children) should
never attempt to use a single seat belt.
This could increase the severity of
injuries in case of an accident.
Do not lie down
To reduce the chance of injuries in the
event of an accident and to achieve maximum effectiveness of the restraint system, all passengers should be sitting up
and the front and rear seats should be in
an upright position when the car is moving. A seat belt cannot provide proper
protection if the person is lying down in
the rear seat or if the front and rear seats
is in a reclined position.
Safety systems of your vehicle
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WARNING
Riding with a reclined seatback
increases your chance of serious
or fatal injuries in the event of a collision or sudden stop. The protection of your restraint system (seat
belts and air bags) is greatly
reduced by reclining your seat.
Seat belts must be snug against
your hips and chest to work properly. The more the seatback is
reclined, the greater the chance
that an occupant's hips will slide
under the lap belt causing serious
internal injuries or the occupant's
neck could strike the shoulder belt.
Drivers and passengers should
always sit well back in their seats,
properly belted, and with the seatbacks upright.
Care of seat belts
Seat belt systems should never be disassembled or modified. In addition, care
should be taken to assure that seat belts
and belt hardware are not damaged by
seat hinges, doors or other abuse.
WARNING
When you return the rear seatback
to its upright position after the rear
seatback was folded down, be careful not to damage the seat belt webbing or buckle. Be sure that the
webbing or buckle does not get
caught or pinched in the rear seat.
A seat belt with damaged webbing
or buckle will not be as strong and
could possibly fail during a collision or sudden stop, resulting in
serious injury.
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Periodic inspection
All seat belts should be inspected periodically for wear or damage of any kind.
Any damaged parts should be replaced
as soon as possible.
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Keep belts clean and dry
Seat belts should be kept clean and dry.
If belts become dirty, they can be
cleaned by using a mild soap solution
and warm water. Bleach, dye, strong
detergents or abrasives should not be
used because they may damage and
weaken the fabric.
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When to replace seat belts
Entire in-use seat belt assembly or
assemblies should be replaced if the
vehicle has been involved in an accident.
This should be done even if no damage
is visible. Additional questions concerning seat belt operation should be directed
to an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM
C030000AEN-EU
Children riding in the car should sit in the
rear seat and must always be properly
restrained to minimize the risk of injury in
an accident, sudden stop or sudden
maneuver. According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly
restrained in the rear seats than in the
front seat. Larger children not in a child
restraint should use one of the seat belts
provided.
You should be aware of the specific
requirements in your state. Child and/or
infant safety seats must be properly
placed and installed in the rear seat. You
must use a commercially available child
restraint system that meets the requirements of the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standards (FMVSS).
Child restraint systems are designed to be
secured in vehicle seats by lap belts or the
lap belt portion of a lap/shoulder belt, or
by a LATCH system.
Children could be injured or killed in a
crash if their restraints are not properly
secured. For small children and babies, a
child seat or infant seat must be used.
Before buying a particular child restraint
system, make sure it fits your car seat
and seat belts, and fits your child. Follow
all the instructions provided by the manufacturer when installing the child
restraint system.
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WARNING
• A child restraint system must be
placed in the rear seat. Never
install a child or infant seat on the
front passenger's seat. Should an
accident occur and cause the
passenger-side air bag to deploy,
it could severely injure or kill an
infant or child seated in an infant
or child seat. Thus only use a
child restraint in the rear seat of
your vehicle.
• A seat belt or child restraint system can become very hot if it is
left in a closed vehicle on a sunny
day, even if the outside temperature does not feel hot. Be sure to
check the seat cover and buckles
before placing a child there.
• When the child restraint system
is not in use, store it in the luggage area or fasten it with a seat
belt so that it will not be thrown
forward in the case of a sudden
stop or an accident.
• Children may be seriously injured
or killed by an inflating air bag.
All children, even those too large
for child restraints, must ride in
the rear seat.
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WARNING
To reduce the chance of serious or
fatal injuries:
• Children of all ages are safer
when restrained in the rear seat.
A child riding in the front passenger seat can be forcefully struck
by an inflating air bag resulting in
serious or fatal injuries.
• Always follow the child restraint
system manufacturer’s instructions for installation and use of
the child restraint.
• Always make sure the child seat
is secured properly in the car and
your child is securely restrained
in the child seat.
• Never hold a child in your arms or
lap when riding in a vehicle. The
violent forces created during a
crash will tear the child from your
arms and throw the child against
the car’s interior.
• Never put a seat belt over yourself and a child. During a crash,
the belt could press deep into the
child causing serious internal
injuries.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
(Continued)
• Never leave children unattended
in a vehicle – not even for a short
time. The car can heat up very
quickly, resulting in serious
injuries to children inside. Even
very young children may inadvertently cause the vehicle to move,
entangle themselves in the windows, or lock themselves or others inside the vehicle.
• Never allow two children, or any
two persons, to use the same
seat belt.
• Children often squirm and reposition themselves improperly.
Never let a child ride with the
shoulder belt under their arm or
behind their back. Always properly position and secure children
in rear seat.
• Never allow a child to stand-up or
kneel on the seat or floor of a
moving vehicle. During a collision or sudden stop, the child
can be violently thrown against
the vehicles interior, resulting in
serious injury.
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• Never use an infant carrier or a
child safety seat that "hooks"
over a seatback, it may not provide adequate security in an accident.
• Seat belts can become very hot,
especially when the car is parked
in direct sunlight. Always check
seat belt buckles before fastening them over a child.
• After an accident, have an authorized HYUNDAI dealer check the
child restraint system, seat belt,
tether anchor and lower anchor.
• If there is not enough space to
place the child restraint system
because of the driver's seat,
install the child restraint system
in the rear right seat.
Rearward-facing child restraint system
CRS09
Forward-facing child restraint system
OUN026150
C030100AFD
Using a child restraint system
For small children and babies, the use of
a child seat or infant seat is required. This
child seat or infant seat should be of
appropriate size for the child and should
be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. For safety reasons, we recommend that the child
restraint system be used in the rear
seats.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
WARNING
Never place a rear-facing child
restraint in the front passenger
seat, because of the danger that an
inflating passenger-side air bag
could impact the rear-facing child
restraint and kill the child.
Since all passenger seat belts move
freely under normal conditions and only
lock under extreme or emergency conditions (emergency locking mode), you
must manually change these seat belts
to the automatic locking mode to secure
a child restraint.
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WARNING - Child seat
installation
• Before installing the child
restraint system, read the
instructions supplied by the child
restraint system manufacturer.
• If the seat belt does not operate
as described in this section, have
the system checked immediately
by your authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
• Failure to observe this manual's
instructions regarding child
restraint system and the instructions provided with the child
restraint systems could increase
the chance and/or severity of
injury in an accident.
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E2MS103005
C030102BUN-EU
Placing a passenger seat belt into
the automatic locking mode
The automatic locking mode will help
prevent the normal movement of the
child in the vehicle from causing the seat
belt to loosen and reduce the effectiveness of the child restraint system. To
secure a child restraint system, use the
following procedure.
Safety systems of your vehicle
OEN036101
OEN036102
OEN036103
To install a child restraint system on the
outboard or center rear seats, do the following:
1. Place the child restraint system on the
seat and route the lap/shoulder belt
around or through the restraint, following the restraint manufacturer’s
instructions. Be sure the seat belt webbing is not twisted.
2. Fasten the lap/shoulder belt latch into
the buckle. Listen for the distinct “click”
sound.
Position the release button so that it is
easy to access in case of an emergency.
3. Pull the shoulder portion of the seat
belt all the way out. When the shoulder
portion of the seat belt is fully extended, it will shift the retractor to the
“Automatic Locking” (child restraint)
mode.
4. Slowly allow the shoulder portion of
the seat belt to retract and listen for an
audible “clicking” or “ratcheting” sound.
This indicates that the retractor is in
the “Automatic Locking” mode. If no
distinct sound is heard, repeat steps 3
and 4.
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WARNING - Automatic
Locking mode
OEN036104
5. Remove as much slack from the belt
as possible by pushing down on the
child restraint system while feeding the
shoulder belt back into the retractor.
6. Push and pull on the child restraint
system to confirm that the seat belt is
holding it firmly in place. If it is not,
release the seat belt and repeat steps
2 through 6.
7. Double check that the retractor is in
the “Automatic Locking” mode by
attempting to pull more of the seat belt
out of the retractor. If you cannot, the
retractor is in the “Automatic Locking”
mode.
To remove the child restraint, press the
release button on the buckle and then
pull the lap/shoulder belt out of the
restraint and allow the seat belt to retract
fully.
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The lap/shoulder belt automatically
returns to the “emergency locking
mode” whenever the belt is allowed
to retract fully. Therefore, the preceding seven steps must be followed each time a child restraint is
installed.
If the retractor is not in the
Automatic Locking mode, the child
restraint can move when your vehicle turns or stops suddenly. A child
can be seriously injured or killed if
the child restraint is not properly
anchored to the car, including setting the retractor to the Automatic
Locking mode.
When the seat belt is allowed to
retract to its fully stowed position, the
retractor will automatically switch
from the “Automatic Locking” mode to
the emergency locking mode for normal adult usage.
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OCM030033
C030103AFD
Securing a child restraint seat with
“Tether Anchor” system
(if equipped)
Child restraint hook holders are located
on the back of the rear seats.
Safety systems of your vehicle
WARNING
A child can be seriously injured or
killed in a collision if the child
restraint is not properly anchored
to the car and the child is not properly restrained in the child restraint.
Always follow the child seat manufacturer’s instructions for installation and use.
OXM039034
1. Route the child restraint seat tether
strap over the seatback.
For vehicles with adjustable headrests, route the tether strap under the
headrest and between the headrest
posts, otherwise route the tether strap
over the top of the seatback.
2. Connect the tether strap hook to the
appropriate child restraint hook holder
and tighten to secure the seat.
WARNING - Tether strap
Never mount more than one child
restraint to a single tether anchor
or to a single lower anchorage
point. The increased load caused
by multiple seats may cause the
tether anchor or lower anchorage
points to break, causing serious
injury or death.
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WARNING - Child restraint
check
Check that the child restraint system is secure by pushing and
pulling it in different directions.
Incorrectly fitted child restraints
may swing, twist, tip or separate
causing death or serious injury.
WARNING
- Child restraint anchorage
• Child restraint anchorages are
designed to withstand only those
loads imposed by correctly fitted
child restraints. Under no circumstances are they to be used for
adult seat belts or harnesses or
for attaching other items or
equipment to the vehicle.
• The tether strap may not work
properly if attached somewhere
other than the correct tether
anchor.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
Lower Anchor
Position Indicator
Lower Anchor
1KMB3541
C030104BFD-EU
Securing a child restraint seat with
child seat lower anchor system
Some child seat manufacturers make
child restraint seats that are labeled as
LATCH or LATCH-compatible child
restraint seats. LATCH stands for "Lower
Anchors and Tethers for Children". These
seats include two rigid or webbing
mounted attachments that connect to
two LATCH anchors at specific seating
positions in your vehicle. This type of
child restraint seat eliminates the need to
use seat belts to attach the child seat in
the rear seats.
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OHM038045N
Child restraint symbols are located on
the left and right rear seat backs to indicate the position of the lower anchors for
child restraints.
WARNING
• When using the vehicle's
"LATCH" system to install a child
restraint system in the rear seat,
all unused vehicle rear seat belt
metal latch plates or tabs must be
latched securely in their seat belt
buckles and the seat belt webbing must be retracted behind
the child restraint to prevent the
child from reaching and taking
hold of unretracted seat belts.
Unlatched metal latch plates or
tabs may allow the child to reach
the unretracted seat belts which
may result in strangulation and a
serious injury or death to the
child in the child restraint.
• Do not place anything around the
lower anchors. Also make sure
that the seat belt is not caught in
the lower anchors.
WARNING
Install the child restraint seat fully
rearward against the seatback with
the seatback reclined two positions
from the most upright latched position.
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Once you have installed the LATCH child
restraint, assure that the seat is properly
attached to the LATCH and tether
anchors. Also, test the child restraint seat
before you place the child in it. Tilt the
seat from side to side. Also try to tug the
seat forward. Check to see if the anchors
hold the seat in place.
CAUTION
B230D03NF
LATCH anchors have been provided in
your vehicle. The LATCH anchors are
located in the left and right outboard rear
seating positions. Their locations are
shown in the illustration. There is no
LATCH anchor provided for the center
rear seating position.
The LATCH anchors are located between
the seatback and the seat cushion of the
rear seat left and right outboard seating
positions.
Follow the child seat manufacturer’s
instructions to properly install child
restraint seats with LATCH or LATCHcompatible attachments.
Do not allow the rear seat belt webbing to get scratched or pinched by
the child-seat latch and LATCH
anchor during installation.
WARNING - LATCH lower
anchors
LATCH lower anchors are only to
be used with the left and right rear
outboard seating positions. Never
attempt to attach a LATCH
equipped seat in the center seating
position. You may damage the
anchors or the anchors may fail
and break in a collision.
WARNING
If the child restraint is not anchored
properly, the risk of a child being
seriously injured or killed in a collision greatly increases.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
AIR BAG - ADVANCED SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Driver’s front air bag
Passenger’s front air bag
Side impact air bag
Curtain air bag
WARNING
Even in vehicles with air bags, you
and your passengers must always
wear the safety belts provided in
order to minimize the risk and
severity of injury in the event of a
collision or rollover.
* The actual air bags in the vehicle may differ from the illustration.
OCM030303
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10. PASS AIR BAG "OFF" indicator
(Front passenger's seat only)
11. Occupant classification system
(Front passenger’s seat only)
12. Driver’s seat track position sensor
13. Driver’s and front passenger’s seat
belt buckle sensors
11
10
12
The SRSCM continually monitors all
SRS components while the ignition
switch is ON to determine if a crash
impact is severe enough to require air
bag deployment or pre-tensioner seat
belt deployment.
The SRS air bag warning light on the
instrument panel will illuminate for about
6 seconds after the ignition switch is
turned to the ON position, after which the
air bag warning light should go out.
13
OCM030200N
SRS components and functions
WARNING
The SRS consists of the following components:
1. Driver's front air bag module
2. Front impact sensors
3. Passenger's front air bag module
4. Retractor pre-tensioner assemblies
5. Side impact sensors
6. Curtain air bag modules
7. Side impact air bag modules
8. SRS control module (SRSCM)/
Rollover sensor
9. Air bag warning light
If any of the following conditions
occurs, this indicates a malfunction
of the SRS. Have an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer inspect the air bag
system as soon as possible.
• The light does not turn on briefly
when you turn the ignition ON.
• The light stays on after illuminating for approximately 6 seconds.
• The light comes on while the
vehicle is in motion.
• The light blinks when the ignition
switch is in ON position.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
Driver’s front air bag (1)
Driver’s front air bag (2)
Driver’s front air bag (3)
B240B01L
B240B02L
B240B03L
The front air bag modules are located
both in the center of the steering wheel
and in the front passenger's panel above
the glove box. When the SRSCM detects
a sufficiently severe impact to the front of
the vehicle, it will automatically deploy
the front air bags.
Upon deployment, tear seams molded
directly into the pad covers will separate
under pressure from the expansion of the
air bags. Further opening of the covers
then allows full inflation of the air bags.
A fully inflated air bag, in combination
with a properly worn seat belt, slows the
driver's or the passenger's forward
motion, reducing the risk of head and
chest injury.
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After complete inflation, the air bag
immediately starts deflating, enabling the
driver to maintain forward visibility and
the ability to steer or operate other controls.
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Passenger’s front air bag
WARNING
B240B05L
WARNING
• Do not install or place any accessories (drink holder, CD holder,
sticker, etc.) on the front passenger's panel above the glove box
in a vehicle with a passenger's air
bag. Such objects may become
dangerous projectiles and cause
injury if the passenger's air bag
inflates.
• When installing a container of liquid air freshener inside the vehicle, do not place it near the
instrument cluster nor on the
instrument panel surface.
It may become dangerous projectiles and cause injury if the passenger's air bag inflates.
• If an air bag deploys, there may
be a loud noise followed by a fine
dust released in the vehicle.
These conditions are normal and
are not hazardous - the air bags
are packed in this fine powder.
The dust generated during air
bag deployment may cause skin
or eye irritation as well as aggravate asthma for some persons.
Always wash all exposed skin
areas thoroughly with lukewarm
water and a mild soap after an
accident in which the air bags
were deployed.
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• The SRS can function only when
the ignition key is in the "ON"
position. If the SRS air bag warning light does not illuminate, or
continuously remains on after
illuminating for about 6 seconds
when the ignition key is turned to
the ON position, or after the
engine is started, comes on while
driving, the SRS is not working
properly. If this occurs, have your
vehicle immediately inspected by
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
• Before you replace a fuse or disconnect a battery terminal, turn
the ignition switch to the LOCK
position and remove the ignition
key. Never remove or replace the
air bag related fuse(s) when the
ignition switch is in the ON position. Failure to heed this warning
will cause the SRS air bag warning light to illuminate.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
OCM052116N
C040300AUN-EU
Occupant classification system
Your vehicle is equipped with an occupant classification system in the front
passenger's seat.
The occupant classification system is
designed to detect the presence of a
properly-seated front passenger and
determine if the passenger's front air bag
should be enabled (may inflate) or not.
The driver's front air bag is not affected
or controlled by the occupant classification system.
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Main components of occupant classification system
• A detection device located within the
front passenger seat track.
• Electronic system to determine
whether the passenger air bag systems (both front and side) should be
activated or deactivated.
• A warning light located on the instrument panel which illuminates the
words PASS AIR BAG "OFF" indicating
the front passenger air bag system is
deactivated.
• This instrument panel air bag warning
light is interconnected with the occupant classification system.
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If the front passenger seat is occupied by
a person that the system determines to
be of adult size, and he/she sits properly
(sitting upright with the seatback in an
upright position, centered on the seat
cushion with their seat belt on, legs comfortably extended and their feet on the
floor), the PASS AIR BAG "OFF" indicator will be turned off and the front passenger's air bag will be able to inflate, if
necessary, in frontal crashes.
You will find the PASS AIR BAG "OFF"
indicator on the center facia panel. This
system detects the conditions 1~4 in the
following table and activates or deactivates the front passenger air bag based
on these conditions.
Safety systems of your vehicle
Always be sure that you and all vehicle
occupants are seated and restrained
properly (sitting upright with the seat in
an upright position, centered on the seat
cushion, with the person's legs comfortably extended, feet on the floor, and
wearing the safety belt properly) for the
most effective protection by the air bag
and the safety belt.
• The occupant classification system
(OCS) may not function properly if the
passenger takes actions which can
affect the detection system. These
include:
(1) Failing to sit in an upright position.
(2) Leaning against the door or center
console.
(3) Sitting towards the sides or the
front of the seat.
(4) Putting legs on the dashboard or
resting them on other locations
which reduce the passenger weight
on the front seat.
(5) Improperly wearing the safety belt.
(6) Reclining the seat back.
Condition and operation in the front passenger occupant classification system
Indicator/Warning light
Condition detected by the occupant
detection system
Devices
PASS AIR BAG
"OFF" indicator
light
SRS warning
light
Front passenger
air bag
Off
Off
Activated
On
Off
Deactivated
3. Unoccupied
On
Off
Deactivated
4. Malfunction in the system
On
On
Deactivated
1. Adult *1 or child age 13 and up*2
2. Infant or child restraint system
with 12 months old*3 *4
*1) The system judges a person of adult
size as an adult. When a smaller adult
sits in the front passenger seat, the
system may recognize him/her as a
child depending on his/her physique
and posture.
*2) Do not allow children to ride in the
front passenger seat. When a smaller
child than the same age sits in the
front passenger seat, the system may
recognize him/her as an infant
depending on his/her physique or
posture.
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*3) Never install a child restraint system
on the front passenger seat.
*4) The PASS AIR BAG "OFF" indicator
may turn on or off when a child above
12 months to 12 years old (with or
without child restraint system) sits in
the front passenger seat. This is a
normal condition.
WARNING
Riding in an improper position or
placing weight on the front passenger's seat when it is unoccupied by
a passenger adversely affects the
occupant classification system
(OCS).
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OVQ036013N
1KMN3663
1KMN3665
- Never put a heavy load in the
front passenger seat or seatback
pocket.
- Never sit with hips shifted
towards the front of the seat.
- Never place feet on the dashboard.
OVQ036014N
1KMN3662
1KMN3664
- Never place feet on the front passenger seatback.
- Never excessively recline the
front passenger seatback.
- Never lean on the door or center
console.
- Never sit on one side of the front
passenger seat.
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If the PASS AIR BAG "OFF" indicator is
still on, ask the passenger to move to the
rear seat.
WARNING
B990A01O
When an adult is seated in the front passenger seat, if the PASS AIR BAG "OFF"
indicator is on, turn the ignition switch to
the LOCK position and ask the passenger to sit properly (sitting upright with the
seat back in an upright position, centered
on the seat cushion with their seat belt
on, legs comfortably extended and their
feet on the floor). Restart the engine and
have the person remain in that position.
This will allow the system to detect the
person and to enable the passenger air
bag.
Do not allow an adult passenger to
ride in the front seat when the PASS
AIR BAG "OFF" indicator is illuminated because the air bag will not
deploy in the event of a crash. If the
PASS AIR BAG "OFF" indicator
remains illuminated after the adult
passenger repositions themselves
properly and the car is restarted, it
is recommended that passenger
move to the rear seat because the
passenger's front air bag will not
deploy.
Front seat passengers must stay
properly seated to avoid serious
injury from a deploying air bag.
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✽ NOTICE
The PASS AIR BAG "OFF" indicator
illuminates for about 4 seconds after the
ignition switch is turned to the ON position or after the engine is started. If the
front passenger seat is occupied, the
occupant classification sensor will then
classify the front passenger after several
more seconds.
WARNING
Do not put a heavy load in the front
passenger seatback pocket or on
the front passenger seat. Do not
hang onto the front passenger
seatback. Do not hang any items,
such as a seatback table, on the
front passenger seatback. Do not
place feet on the front passenger
seatback. Do not place any items
under the front passenger seat.
Any of these could interfere with
proper sensor operation.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
WARNING
• Even though your vehicle is
equipped with the occupant classification system, never install a
child restraint system in the front
passenger's seat. A deploying air
bag can forcefully strike a child
resulting in serious injuries or
death. Any child age 12 and
under should ride in the rear seat.
Children too large for child
restraints should use the available lap/shoulder belts. No matter what type of crash, children of
all ages are safer when restrained
in the rear seat.
• If the PASS AIR BAG "OFF" indicator is illuminated when the
front passenger's seat is occupied by an adult and he/she sits
properly (sitting upright with the
seatback in an upright position,
centered on the seat cushion
with their seat belt on, legs comfortably extended and their feet
on the floor), have that person sit
in the rear seat.
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• Do not modify or replace the front
passenger seat. Don't place anything on or attach anything such
as a blanket or seat heater to the
front passenger seat. This can
adversely affect the occupant
classification system.
• Do not sit on sharp objects such
as tools when occupying the
front passenger seat. This can
adversely affect the occupant
classification system.
• Do not use accessory seat covers on the front seats.
• Accident statistics show that
children are safer if they are
restrained in the rear, as opposed
to the front seat. It is recommended that child restraints be
secured in a rear seat, including
an infant riding in a rear-facing
infant seat, a child riding in a forward-facing child seat and an
older child riding in a booster
seat.
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• Air bags can only be used once –
have an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer replace the air bag immediately after deployment.
• A smaller-stature adult who is not
seated correctly (for example:
seat excessively reclined, leaning
on the door or center console, or
hips shifted forward in the seat)
can cause a condition where the
occupant classification system
senses less weight than if the
occupant were seated properly
(sitting upright with the seatback
in an upright position, centered
on the seat cushion with their
seat belt on, legs comfortably
extended and their feet on the
floor).
This condition can result in an
adult potentially being misclassified as a child and illumination of
the PASS AIR BAG "OFF" indicator.
Safety systems of your vehicle
The indications of the system's presence
are the letters "SRS AIR BAG"
embossed on the air bag pad cover in the
steering wheel and the passenger's side
front panel pad above the glove box.
Driver’s front air bag
WARNING
If the occupant classification system is not working properly, the
SRS air bag warning light on the
instrument panel will illuminate
because the passenger's front air
bag is connected with the occupant
classification system. If there is a
malfunction of the occupant classification system, the PASS AIR BAG
"OFF" indicator will not illuminate
and the passenger's front air bag
will inflate in frontal impact crashes
even if there is no occupant in the
front passenger's seat. If the SRS
air bag warning light does not illuminate when the ignition switch is
turned to the ON position, remains
illuminated after approximately 6
seconds when the ignition switch is
turned to the ON position, or if it
illuminates while the vehicle is
being driven, have an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer inspect the occupant classification system and the
SRS air bag system as soon as
possible.
OCM030037
Passenger’s front air bag
The SRS consists of air bags installed
under the pad covers in the center of the
steering wheel and the passenger's side
front panel above the glove box.
The purpose of the SRS is to provide the
vehicle's driver and/or the front passenger with additional protection than that
offered by the seat belt system alone in
case of a frontal impact of sufficient
severity. The SRS uses sensors to gather information about the driver's seat
position, the driver's and front passenger's seat belt usage and impact severity.
OCM030038
C040400AFD
Driver's and passenger's front air
bag (if equipped)
Your vehicle is equipped with an
Advanced Supplemental Restraint (Air
Bag) System and lap/shoulder belts at
both the driver and passenger seating
positions.
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WARNING
If a seat track position sensor or an
occupant classification system is
not working properly, the SRS air
bag warning light on the instrument
panel will illuminate because the
SRS air bag warning light is connected with the seat track position
sensor and the occupant classification system. If the SRS air bag
warning light does not illuminate
when the ignition switch is turned
to the ON position, remains illuminated after approximately 6 seconds when the ignition switch is
turned to the ON position, or if it
illuminates while the vehicle is
being driven, have an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer inspect the
advanced SRS air bag system as
soon as possible.
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The driver's seat track position sensor,
which is installed on the seat track, determines if the seat is fore or aft of a reference position. The seat belt buckle sensors determine if the driver and front passenger's seat belts are fastened. These
sensors provide the ability to control the
SRS deployment based on how close the
driver's seat is to the steering wheel,
whether or not the seat belts are fastened, and how severe the impact is.
The advanced SRS offers the ability to
control the air bag inflation within two levels. A first stage level is provided for moderate-severity impacts. A second stage
level is provided for more severe impacts.
According to the impact severity, seating
position and seat belt usage, the SRSCM
(SRS Control Module) controls the air
bag inflation. Failure to properly wear
seat belts can increase the risk or severity of injury in an accident.
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Additionally, your vehicle is equipped
with an occupant classification system in
the front passenger's seat. The occupant
classification system detects the presence of a passenger in the front passenger's seat and will turn off the front passenger's air bag under certain conditions. For more detail, see "Occupant
classification system" in this section.
WARNING
• Modification to the seat structure
can adversely affect the seat
track position sensor and cause
the air bag to deploy at a different
level than should be provided.
• Do not place any objects underneath the front seats as they
could damage the seat track
position sensor or interfere with
the occupant classification system.
• Do not place any objects that may
cause magnetic fields near the
front seat. These may cause a
malfunction of the seat track
position sensor.
Safety systems of your vehicle
WARNING
If you are considering modification
of your vehicle due to a disability,
please contact the Hyundai
Customer Assistance Center at 1800-633-5151.
✽ NOTICE
• Be sure to read information about the
SRS on the labels provided on the sun
visor.
• Advanced air bags are combined with
pre-tensioner seat belts to help provide enhanced occupant protection in
frontal crashes. Front air bags are not
intended to deploy in collisions in
which protection can be provided by
the pre-tensioner seat belt.
WARNING
Always use seat belts and child
restraints – every trip, every time,
everyone! Air bags inflate with considerable force and in the blink of
an eye. Seat belts help keep occupants in proper position to obtain
maximum benefit from the air bag.
Even with advanced air bags,
improperly belted and unbelted
occupants can be severely injured
when the air bag inflates. Always
follow the precautions about seat
belts, air bags and occupant safety
contained in this manual.
To reduce the chance of serious or
fatal injuries and receive the maximum safety benefit from your
restraint system:
• Never place a child in any child or
booster seat in the front seat.
• ABC – Always Buckle Children in
the back seat. It is the safest
place for children of any age to
ride.
• Front and side air bags can injure
occupants improperly positioned
in the front seats.
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• Move your seat as far back as
practical from the front air bags,
while still maintaining control of
the vehicle.
• You and your passengers should
never sit or lean unnecessarily
close to the air bags. Improperly
positioned driver and passengers
can be severely injured by inflating air bags.
• Never lean against the door or
center console – always sit in an
upright position.
• Do not allow a passenger to ride
in the front seat when the PASS
AIR BAG "OFF" indicator is illuminated, because the air bag will
not deploy in the event of a moderate or severe frontal crash.
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(Continued)
• No objects should be placed over
or near the air bag modules on
the steering wheel, instrument
panel, and the front passenger's
panel above the glove box,
because any such object could
cause harm if the vehicle is in a
crash severe enough to cause
the air bags to deploy.
• Never place covers, blankets or
seat warmers on the passenger
seat as these may interfere with
the occupant classification system.
• Do not tamper with or disconnect
SRS wiring or other components
of the SRS system. Doing so
could result in injury, due to accidental deployment of the air bags
or by rendering the SRS inoperative.
• If the SRS air bag warning light
remains illuminated while the
vehicle is being driven, have an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer
inspect the air bag system as
soon as possible.
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• Air bags can only be used once –
have an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer replace the air bag immediately after deployment.
• The SRS is designed to deploy
the front air bags only when an
impact is sufficiently severe and
when the impact angle is less
than 30° from the forward longitudinal axis of the vehicle.
Additionally, the air bags will only
deploy once. Seat belts must be
worn at all times.
• Front air bags are not intended to
deploy in side-impact, rearimpact or rollover crashes. In
addition, front air bags will not
deploy in frontal crashes below
the deployment threshold.
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• Even though your vehicle is
equipped with the occupant classification system, do not install a
child restraint system in the front
passenger seat position. A child
restraint system must never be
placed in the front seat.The infant
or child could be severely injured
or killed by an air bag deployment
in case of an accident.
• Children age 12 and under must
always be properly restrained in
the rear seat. Never allow children to ride in the front passenger seat. If a child over 12 must
be seated in the front seat, he or
she must be properly belted and
the seat should be moved as far
back as possible.
• For maximum safety protection in
all types of crashes, all occupants including the driver should
always wear their seat belts
whether or not an air bag is also
provided at their seating position
to minimize the risk of severe
injury or death in the event of a
crash. Do not sit or lean unnecessarily close to the air bag while
the vehicle is in motion.
(Continued)
Safety systems of your vehicle
(Continued)
• Sitting improperly or out of position can result in serious or fatal
injury in a crash. All occupants
should sit upright with the seatback in an upright position, centered on the seat cushion with
their seat belt on, legs comfortably extended and their feet on
the floor until the vehicle is
parked and the ignition key is
removed.
• The SRS air bag system must
deploy very rapidly to provide
protection in a crash. If an occupant is out of position because of
not wearing a seat belt, the air
bag may forcefully contact the
occupant causing serious or fatal
injuries.
OCM030039N
• The side impact air bags are designed
to deploy only during certain sideimpact collisions, depending on the
crash severity, angle, speed and point
of impact.
• The side impact air bags do not only
deploy on the side of the impact but
also on the opposite side.
• Also, both sides of the side impact air
bags deploy in certain rollover situations.
• The side impact air bags are not
designed to deploy in all side impact.
WARNING
OCM030306
Side impact air bag
Your vehicle is equipped with a side
impact air bag in each front seat. The
purpose of the air bag is to provide the
vehicle's driver and/or the front passenger with additional protection than that
offered by the seat belt alone.
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Do not allow the passengers to lean
their heads or bodies onto doors,
put their arms on the doors, stretch
their arms out of the window, or
place objects between the doors
and passengers when they are
seated on seats equipped with side
and/or curtain air bags.
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WARNING
• The side impact air bag is supplemental to the driver's and the
passenger's seat belt systems
and is not a substitute for them.
Therefore your seat belts must be
worn at all times while the vehicle
is in motion. The air bags deploy
only in certain side impact or
rollover
conditions
severe
enough to cause significant
injury to the vehicle occupants.
• For best protection from the side
impact air bag system and to
avoid being injured by the
deploying side impact air bag,
both front seat occupants should
sit in an upright position with the
seat belt properly fastened. The
driver's hands should be placed
on the steering wheel at the 9:00
and 3:00 positions. The passenger's arms and hands should be
placed on their laps.
• Do not use any accessory seat
covers.
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• Use of seat covers could reduce
or prevent the effectiveness of
the system.
• Do not install any accessories on
the side or near the side air bag.
• Do not place any objects over the
air bag or between the air bag
and yourself.
• Do not place any objects (an
umbrella, bag, etc.) between the
front door and the front seat.
Such objects may become dangerous projectiles and cause
injury if the supplemental side air
bag inflates.
• To prevent unexpected deployment of the side impact air bag
that may result in personal injury,
avoid impact to the side impact
sensor when the ignition key is
on.
• If the seat or seat cover is damaged, have the vehicle checked
and repaired by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer because your
vehicle is equipped with side
impact air bags and an occupant
classification system.
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OCM030304
C040700AFD
Curtain air bag
Curtain air bags are located along both
sides of the roof rails above the front and
rear doors.
Safety systems of your vehicle
They are designed to help protect the
heads of the front seat occupants and
the rear outboard seat occupants in certain side impact collisions.
• The curtain air bags are designed to
deploy during certain side impact collisions, depending on the crash severity,
angle, speed and point of impact.
• The curtain air bags do not only deploy
on the side of the impact but also on
the opposite side.
• Also, both sides of the curtain air bags
deploy in certain rollover situations.
• The curtain air bags are not designed
to deploy in all side impacts.
WARNING
• In order for side and curtain air
bags to provide their best protection, both front seat occupants
and both outboard rear occupants should sit in an upright
position with the seat belts properly fastened. Importantly, children should sit in a proper child
restraint system in the rear seat.
• When children are seated in the
rear outboard seats, they must be
seated in the proper child
restraint system.
Make sure to put the child
restraint system as far away from
the door side as possible, and
secure the child restraint system
in a locked position.
• Do not allow the passengers to
lean their heads or bodies onto
doors, put their arms on the
doors, stretch their arms out of
the window, or place objects
between the doors and passengers when they are seated on
seats equipped with side and/or
curtain air bags.
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• Never try to open or repair any
components of the side curtain
air bag system. This should only
be done by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
Failure to follow the above mentioned instructions can result in
injury or death to the vehicle
occupants in an accident.
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C040800AFD
Why didn’t my air bag go off in a
collision? (Inflation and non-inflation conditions of the air bag)
There are many types of accidents in
which the air bag would not be expected to provide additional protection.
These include rear impacts, second or
third collisions in multiple impact
accidents, as well as low speed
impacts. In other words, just because
your vehicle is damaged and even if it
is totally unusable, don’t be surprised
that the air bags did not inflate.
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Air bag collision sensors
(1) SRS control module /
Rollover sensor
(2) Front impact sensor
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(3) Side impact sensor
(4) Side impact sensor
Safety systems of your vehicle
WARNING
• Do not hit or allow any objects to
impact the locations where air bag
or sensors are installed.
This may cause unexpected air
bag deployment, which could
result in serious personal injury
or death.
• If the installation location or
angle of the sensors is altered in
any way, the air bags may deploy
when they should not or they may
not deploy when they should,
causing severe injury or death.
Therefore, do not try to perform
maintenance on or around the air
bag sensors. Have the vehicle
checked and repaired by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
• Problems may arise if the sensor
installation angles are changed
due to the deformation of the
front bumper, body or front doors
and/or C pillars where side collision sensors are installed. Have
the vehicle checked and repaired
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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• Your vehicle has been designed
to absorb impact and deploy the
air bag(s) in certain collisions.
Installing bumper guards (or side
step or running board) or replacing a bumper (or front door) with
non-genuine parts may adversely
affect your vehicles collision and
air bag deployment performance.
1VQA2084
WARNING
If your vehicle is equipped with side
and curtain air bag, set the ignition
switch to OFF or ACC position
when the vehicle is being towed to
prevent inadvertent air depolyment.
The side and curtain air bag may
deploy when the ignitions is ON,
and the rollover sensor detects the
situation as a rollover.
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Air bag inflation conditions
Front air bags
Front air bags are designed to inflate in a
frontal collision depending on the intensity, speed or angles of impact of the front
collision.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
OVQ036018N
Also, the side impact and curtain air bags
are designed to inflate when a rollover is
detected by a rollover sensor.
Although the front air bags (driver’s and
front passenger’s air bags) are designed
to inflate only in frontal collisions, they
also may inflate in other types of collisions if the front impact sensors detect a
sufficient impact. Side impact and curtain
air bags are designed to inflate only in
side impact collisions or rollovers. But
they may inflate in other type of collisions
or similar rollover situations, if the side
impact sensors or rollover sensor detect
a sufficient impact or rollover.
If the vehicle chassis is impacted by
bumps or objects on unimproved roads,
the air bags may deploy. Drive carefully
on unimproved roads or on surfaces not
designed for vehicle traffic to prevent
unintended air bag deployment.
OCM030305
Side impact and curtain air bags
Side impact and curtain air bags are
designed to inflate when an impact is
detected by side collision sensors
depending on the strength, speed or
angles of impact resulting from a side
impact collision.
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C040802AUN
Air bag non-inflation conditions
• In certain low-speed collisions the air
bags may not deploy. The air bags are
designed not to deploy in such cases
because they may not provide benefits
beyond the protection of the seat belts
in such collisions.
Safety systems of your vehicle
OUN036087
OVQ036018N
1VQA2089
• Air bags are not designed to inflate in
rear collisions, because occupants are
moved backward by the force of the
impact. In this case, inflated air bags
would not be able to provide any additional benefit.
• Front air bags may not inflate in side
impact collisions, because occupants
move to the direction of the collision,
and thus in side impacts, frontal air bag
deployment would not provide additional occupant protection.
• However, side impact and curtain air
bags may inflate depending on the
intensity, vehicle speed and angles of
impact.
• In an angled collision, the force of
impact may direct the occupants in a
direction where the air bags would not
be able to provide any additional benefit, and thus the sensors may not
deploy any air bags.
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1VQA2091
1VQA2092
• Just before impact, drivers often brake
heavily. Such heavy braking lowers the
front portion of the vehicle causing it to
“ride” under a vehicle with a higher
ground clearance. Air bags may not
inflate in this "under-ride" situation
because deceleration forces that are
detected by sensors may be significantly reduced by such “under-ride”
collisions.
• Front air bags may not inflate in
rollover accidents because front air
bag deployment would not provide
additional occupant protection.
However, if equipped with side impact
and curtain air bags, the air bags may
inflate in a rollover, when it is detected
by the rollover sensor.
Also, side and curtain air bags may
inflate when the vehicle is rolled over
by a side impact collision.
• Air bags may not inflate if the vehicle
collides with objects such as utility
poles or trees, where the point of
impact is concentrated to one area and
the full force of the impact is not delivered to the sensors.
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Safety systems of your vehicle
How does the air bag system
operate
• Air bags are activated (able to inflate if
necessary) only when the ignition
switch is turned to the ON or START
position.
• Air bags inflate instantly in the event of
serious frontal or side collision in order
to help protect the occupants from serious physical injury.
Also, the air bags inflate instantly in the
event of a rollover in order to help protect the occupants from serious physical injury.
• There is no single speed at which the
air bags will inflate.
Generally, air bags are designed to
inflate based upon the severity of a collision and its direction. These two factors determine whether the sensors
send out an electronic deployment/
inflation signal.
• Air bag deployment depends on a
number of factors including vehicle
speed, angles of impact and the density and stiffness of the vehicles or
objects which your vehicle hits in the
collision. Factors are not limited to
those mentioned above.
• The front air bags will completely
inflate and deflate in an instant.
It is virtually impossible for you to see
the air bags inflate during an accident.
It is much more likely that you will simply see the deflated air bags hanging
out of their storage compartments after
the collision.
• In order to help provide protection in a
severe collision, the air bags must
inflate rapidly. The speed of air bag
inflation is a consequence of the
extremely short time in which a collision
occurs and the need to position the air
bag between the occupant and the
vehicle structures before the occupant
impacts those structures. This speed of
inflation reduces the risk of serious or
life-threatening injuries in a severe collision and is thus a necessary part of air
bag design.
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However, air bag inflation can also
cause injuries which include facial
abrasions, bruises and broken bones,
and sometimes more severe injuries
because the inflation speed also causes the air bags to expand with a great
deal of force.
• There are even circumstances
under which contact with the air bag
can cause fatal injuries, especially if
the occupant is positioned excessively close to the air bag.
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C040902AUN
WARNING
• To avoid severe personal injury
or death caused by deploying air
bags in a collision, the driver
should sit as far back from the
steering wheel air bag as possible (at least 10 inches (250 mm)
away). The front passenger
should always move their seat as
far back as possible and sit back
in their seat.
• Air bags inflate instantly in the
event of collision, passengers
may be injured by the air bag
expansion force if they are not in
proper position.
• Air bag inflation may cause
injuries which normally include
facial or bodily abrasions,
injuries from broken glasses or
burns by the air bag inflation
gasses.
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Noise and smoke
When the air bags inflate, they make a
loud noise and they leave smoke and
powder in the air inside of the vehicle.
This is normal and is a result of the ignition of the air bag inflator. After the air
bag inflates, you may feel substantial discomfort in breathing due to the contact of
your chest to both the seat belt and the
air bag, as well as from breathing the
smoke and powder. We strongly urge
you to open your doors and/or windows as soon as possible after impact
in order to reduce discomfort and prevent prolonged exposure to the
smoke and powder.
Though smoke and powder are nontoxic, it may cause irritation to the skin
(eyes, nose and throat etc). If this is the
case, wash and rinse with the cold water
immediately and consult the doctor if the
symptom persists.
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WARNING
When the air bags deploy, the air
bag related parts in steering wheel
and/or instrument panel and/or in
both sides of the roof rails above
the front and rear doors and in the
front seatbacks are very hot. To prevent injury, do not touch the air bag
storage areas internal components
immediately after an air bag has
inflated.
Safety systems of your vehicle
WARNING
1JBH3051
C040903AUN
Do not install a child restraint on the
front passenger’s seat
Never place a rear-facing child restraint
in the front passenger’s seat. If the air
bag deploys, it would impact the rear-facing child restraint, causing serious or
fatal injury.
In addition, do not place a front-facing
child restraint in the front passenger’s
seat. If the front passenger air bag
inflates, it would cause serious or fatal
injuries to the child.
• Extreme Hazard! Do not use a
rearward facing child restraint on
a seat protected by an air bag in
front of it!
• Never put a child restraint in the
front passenger’s seat. If the front
passenger air bag inflates, it
would cause serious or fatal
injuries.
• When children are seated in the
rear outboard seats of a vehicle
equipped with side and/or curtain
air bags, be sure to install the
child restraint system as far away
from the door side as possible,
and securely lock the child
restraint system in position.
Inflation of side and curtain air
bags could cause serious injury
or death to an infant or child.
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Air bag warning light
The purpose of the air bag warning light
in your instrument panel is to alert you of
a potential problem with your air bag Supplemental Restraint System (SRS).
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Safety systems of your vehicle
When the ignition switch is turned ON,
the indicator light should illuminate for
approximately 6 seconds, then go off.
Have the system checked if:
• The light does not turn on briefly when
you turn the ignition ON.
• The light stays on after illuminating for
approximately 6 seconds.
• The light comes on while the vehicle is
in motion.
• The light blinks when the ignition
switch is in ON position.
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SRS Care
The SRS is virtually maintenance-free
and there are no parts you can safely
service by yourself. If the SRS air bag
warning light does not illuminate, or continuously remains on, have your vehicle
immediately inspected by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
Any work on the SRS system, such as
removing, installing, repairing, or any
work on the steering wheel, the front
passenger's panel, front seats and roof
rails must be performed by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer. Improper handling of
the SRS system may result in serious
personal injury.
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WARNING
• Modification to SRS components
or wiring, including the addition
of any kind of badges to the pad
covers or modifications to the
body structure, can adversely
affect SRS performance and lead
to possible injury.
• Not only the modification of the
parts where the SRS sensors are
but also the modification of other
parts of the vehicle may affect the
SRS performance and lead to
possible injury.
• For cleaning the air bag pad covers, use only a soft, dry cloth or
one which has been moistened
with plain water. Solvents or
cleaners could adversely affect
the air bag covers and proper
deployment of the system.
• No objects should be placed over
or near the air bag modules on
the steering wheel, instrument
panel, and the front passenger's
panel above the glove box,
because any such object could
cause harm if the vehicle is in a
crash severe enough to cause
the air bags to inflate.
(Continued)
Safety systems of your vehicle
(Continued)
• If the air bags inflate, they must
be replaced by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
• Do not tamper with or disconnect
SRS wiring, or other components
of the SRS system. Doing so
could result in injury, due to accidental inflation of the air bags or
by rendering the SRS inoperative.
• If components of the air bag system must be discarded, or if the
vehicle must be scrapped, certain
safety precautions must be
observed.
An
authorized
HYUNDAI dealer knows these
precautions and can give you the
necessary information. Failure to
follow these precautions and procedures could increase the risk
of personal injury.
• If your car was flooded and has
soaked carpeting or water on
flooring, you shouldn't try to start
the engine; have the car towed to
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Additional safety precautions
• Never let passengers ride in the
cargo area or on top of a foldeddown back seat. All occupants should
sit upright, fully back in their seats with
their seat belts on and their feet on the
floor.
• Passengers should not move out of
or change seats while the vehicle is
moving. A passenger who is not wearing a seat belt during a crash or emergency stop can be thrown against the
inside of the vehicle, against other
occupants, or out of the vehicle.
• Each seat belt is designed to
restrain one occupant. If more than
one person uses the same seat belt,
they could be seriously injured or killed
in a collision.
• Do not use any accessories on seat
belts. Devices claiming to improve
occupant comfort or reposition the seat
belt can reduce the protection provided
by the seat belt and increase the
chance of serious injury in a crash.
• Passengers should not place hard
or sharp objects between themselves and the air bags. Carrying
hard or sharp objects on your lap or in
your mouth can result in injuries if an
air bag inflates.
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• Keep occupants away from the air
bag covers. All occupants should sit
upright, fully back in their seats with
their seat belts on and their feet on the
floor. If occupants are too close to the
air bag covers, they could be injured if
the air bags inflate.
• Do not attach or place objects on or
near the air bag covers. Any object
attached to or placed on the front or
side air bag covers could interfere with
the proper operation of the air bags.
• Do not modify the front seats.
Modification of the front seats could
interfere with the operation of the supplemental restraint system sensing
components or side air bags.
• Do not place items under the front
seats. Placing items under the front
seats could interfere with the operation
of the supplemental restraint system
sensing components and wiring harnesses.
• Never hold an infant or child on your
lap. The infant or child could be seriously injured or killed in the event of a
crash. All infants and children should
be properly restrained in appropriate
child safety seats or seat belts in the
rear seat.
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C041400AUN
WARNING
• Sitting improperly or out of position can cause occupants to be
shifted too close to a deploying
air bag, strike the interior structure or be thrown from the vehicle
resulting in serious injury or
death.
• Always sit upright with the seatback in an upright position, centered on the seat cushion with
your seat belt on, legs comfortably extended and your feet on
the floor.
• Always have the ignition OFF in
an abnormal situation. The side
air bags may inflate if the vehicle
is tilted such as when being
towed because the rollover sensor detects it as a rollover situation.
• Be careful not to cause impact to
the doors when the ignition is
ON. The air bags may inflate.
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Adding equipment to or modifying your air bag-equipped vehicle
If you modify your vehicle by changing
your vehicle's frame, bumper system,
front door, front end or side sheet metal
or ride height, this may affect the operation of your vehicle's air bag system.
OCM030053L
Air bag warning label
Air bag warning labels, some required by
the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (NHTSA), are attached to
alert the driver and passengers of potential risks of the air bag system.
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Keys / 4-2
Remote keyless entry / 4-3
Theft-alarm system / 4-5
Door locks / 4-7
Tailgate / 4-11
Windows / 4-13
Hood / 4-17
Fuel filler lid / 4-19
Sunroof / 4-22
Features of your vehicle
Steering wheel / 4-26
Mirrors / 4-28
Instrument cluster / 4-40
Rearview camera / 4-56
Hazard warning flasher / 4-56
Lighting / 4-57
Wipers and washers / 4-61
Interior light / 4-63
Defroster / 4-66
Manual climate control system / 4-67
Automatic climate control system / 4-76
Windshield defrosting and defogging / 4-86
Cluster ionizer / 4-88
Storage compartment / 4-89
Interior features / 4-92
Exterior features / 4-101
Audio system / 4-102
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Features of your vehicle
KEYS
D010100AFD
WARNING
Record your key number
Use only HYUNDAI original parts
for the ignition key in your vehicle.
If an aftermarket key is used, the
ignition switch may not return to
ON after START. If this happens,
the starter will continue to operate
causing damage to the starter
motor and possible fire due to
excessive current in the wiring.
The key code number is
stamped on the bar
code tag attached to the
key set. Should you
lose your keys, this
number will enable an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer to duplicate the keys
easily. Remove the bar code tag and
store it in a safe place. Also, record the
code number and keep it in a safe and
handy place, but not in the vehicle.
OUN026060
D010200AFD
Key operations
• Used to start the engine.
• Used to lock and unlock the doors.
• Used to lock and unlock the glove box.
(if equipped)
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WARNING - Ignition key
Leaving children unattended in a
vehicle with the ignition key is dangerous even if the key is not in the
ignition. Children copy adults and
they could place the key in the ignition. The ignition key would enable
children to operate power windows
or other controls, or even make the
vehicle move, which could result in
serious bodily injury or even death.
Never leave the keys in your vehicle
with unsupervised children.
Features of your vehicle
REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY (IF EQUIPPED)
OCM040001A
Remote keyless entry system
operations
Lock (1)
All doors are locked if the lock button is
pressed.
If all doors are closed, the hazard warning lights will blink once to indicate that
all doors are locked. However, if any door
remains open, the hazard warning lights
will not blink. If all doors are closed after
the lock button is pressed, the hazard
warning lights will blink once.
Unlock (2)
The driver's door is unlocked if the unlock
button is pressed once. The hazard
warning lights will blink twice to indicate
that the driver's door is unlocked.
All doors are unlocked if the unlock button is pressed once more within 4 seconds. The hazard warning lights will blink
twice again to indicate that all doors are
unlocked.
After depressing this button, the doors
will be locked automatically unless you
open any door within 30 seconds.
D020104AUN
Alarm (3, if equipped)
The horn sounds and the hazard warning
lights blink for about 30 seconds if this
button is pressed for more than 0.5 second. To stop the horn and lights, press
any button on the transmitter.
Transmitter precautions
✽ NOTICE
The transmitter will not work if any of
following occur:
• The ignition key is in ignition switch.
• You exceed the operating distance
limit (about 30 feet [10 m]).
• The battery in the transmitter is
weak.
• Other vehicles or objects may be
blocking the signal.
• The weather is extremely cold.
• The transmitter is close to a radio
transmitter such as a radio station or
an airport which can interfere with
normal operation of the transmitter.
When the transmitter does not work
correctly, open and close the door with
the ignition key. If you have a problem
with the transmitter, contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
CAUTION
Keep the transmitter away from
water or any liquid. If the keyless
entry system is inoperative due to
exposure to water or liquids, it will
not be covered by your manufacturer vehicle warranty.
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Features of your vehicle
This device complies with Part 15 of
the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful
interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
CAUTION
WARNING
Changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment. If the keyless entry
system is inoperative due to
changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance, it will
not be covered by your manufacturer’s vehicle warranty.
OCM052004
D020300AFD
Battery replacement
Transmitter uses a 3 volt lithium battery
which will normally last for several years.
When replacement is necessary, use the
following procedure.
1. Insert a slim tool into the slot and gently pry open the transmitter center
cover.
2. Replace the battery with new one.
When replacing the battery, make sure
the battery positive “+” symbol faces
down as indicated in the illustration.
3. Install the battery in the reverse order
of removal.
For transmitter replacement, see an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer for reprogramming.
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• The keyless entry system transmitter is designed to give you
years of trouble-free use, however it can malfunction if exposed to
moisture or static electricity. If
you are unsure how to use your
transmitter or replace the battery,
contact an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
• Using the wrong battery can
cause the transmitter to malfunction. Be sure to use the correct
battery.
• To avoid damaging the transmitter, don't drop it, get it wet, or
expose it to heat or sunlight.
CAUTION
An inappropriately disposed battery can be harmful to the environment and human health.
Dispose the battery according to
your local law(s) or regulation.
Features of your vehicle
THEFT-ALARM SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)
D030100AUN-EE
Armed stage
Armed
stage
Disarmed
stage
Theft-alarm
stage
D030000AUN-EE
This system is designed to provide protection from unauthorized entry into the
car. This system is operated in three
stages: the first is the "Armed" stage, the
second is the "Theft-alarm" stage, and
the third is the "Disarmed" stage. If triggered, the system provides an audible
alarm with blinking of the hazard warning
lights.
Park the car and stop the engine. Arm
the system as described below.
1. Remove the ignition key from the ignition switch and exit the vehicle.
2. Make sure that all doors (and tailgate)
and the engine hood are closed and
latched.
3. Lock the doors using the transmitter of
the keyless entry system.
After completion of the steps above, the
hazard warning lights will blink once to
indicate that the system is armed. The
system can also be armed by locking the
doors with the key. However, the hazard
warning lights will not blink.
• Do not arm the system until all passengers have left the vehicle. If the
system is armed while a passenger(s) remains in the vehicle, the
alarm may be activated when the
remaining passenger(s) leave the
vehicle. If any door (or tailgate) or
engine hood is opened within 30
seconds after the system enters the
armed stage, the system is disarmed to prevent unnecessary
alarm.
If any door (or tailgate) or engine hood
remains open, the hazard warning lights
will not blink and the theft-alarm will not
arm. If all doors (and tailgate) and engine
hood are closed after the lock button is
pressed, the hazard warning lights blink
once.
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Features of your vehicle
Theft-alarm stage
Disarmed stage
The alarm will be activated if any of the
following occurs while the system is
armed.
• A front or rear door is opened without
using ignition key or transmitter.
• The tailgate is opened without using
ignition key or transmitter.
• The engine hood is opened.
The horn will sound and the hazard
warning lights will blink continuously for
approximately 30 seconds, and repeat
the horn 3 times unless the system is disarmed. To turn off the system, unlock the
doors with the transmitter or ignition key.
The system will be disarmed when:
• The doors are unlocked using the
transmitter or ignition key.
• The engine is started.
• The ignition switch is in the “ON” position for 30 seconds or more.
After pressing unlock button, the hazard
warning lights will blink twice to indicate
that the system is disarmed.
After pressing the unlock button, if any
door is not opened within 30 seconds,
the system will be rearmed.
✽ NOTICE
• Avoid trying to start the engine while
the alarm is activated. The vehicle
starting motor is disabled during the
theft-alarm stage.
If the system is not disarmed with the
transmitter, insert the key into the
ignition switch, turn the ignition
switch to the ON position and wait for
30 seconds. Then the system will be
disarmed.
• If you lose your keys, consult your
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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CAUTION
Do not change, alter or adjust the
theft-alarm system because it could
cause the theft-alarm system to
malfunction and should only be
serviced by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
Malfunctions caused by improper
alterations, adjustments or modifications to the theft-alarm system
are not covered by your vehicle
manufacturer warranty.
Features of your vehicle
DOOR LOCKS
• When closing the door, push the door
by hand. Make sure that doors are
closed securely.
❈ If your vehicle is equipped with the
Unlock
Lock
remote keyless entry system, there is
no key lock on the front passenger's
door.
✽ NOTICE
OCM052005
Operating door locks from outside the vehicle
• Turn the key toward the rear of the
vehicle to unlock and toward the front
of vehicle to lock.
• If you lock the door with a key, all vehicle doors will lock automatically.
• From the driver’s door, turn the key to
the right once to unlock the driver’s
door and once more within 4 seconds
to unlock all doors.
• Doors can also be locked and
unlocked with the transmitter (if
equipped).
• Once the doors are unlocked, they may
be opened by pulling the door handle.
• In cold and wet climates, door lock
and door mechanisms may not work
properly due to freezing conditions.
• If the door is locked/unlocked multiple times in rapid succession with
either the vehicle key or door lock
switch, the system may stop operating
temporarily in order to protect the
circuit and prevent damage to system
components.
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• To lock a door without the key, push the
inside door lock button (1) or central
door lock switch (2) to the “Lock” position and close the door (3).
• If you lock the door with the central
door lock switch, all vehicle doors will
lock automatically.
✽ NOTICE
WARNING
• If you do not close the
securely, the door may
again.
• Be careful that someone's
and hands are not trapped
closing the door.
OCM040012
door
open
Always remove the ignition key, engage
the parking brake, close all windows
and lock all doors when leaving your
vehicle unattended.
body
when
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Features of your vehicle
• If the inner door handle of the front
door is pulled when the door lock button is in the lock position, the button
will unlock and the door will open. (if
equipped)
• Front doors cannot be locked if the
ignition key is in the ignition switch and
any front door is opened.
Driver’s door
Lock
Unlock
OCM040009
Passenger’s door
OCM040008
Operating door locks from inside
the vehicle
With the door lock button
• To unlock a door, push the door lock
button (1) to the “Unlock” position. The
red mark (2) on the button will be visible.
• To lock a door, push the door lock button (1) to the “Lock” position. If the door
is locked properly, the red mark (2) on
the door lock button will not be visible.
• To open a door, pull the door handle
(3) outward.
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OCM040010
D050202AUN
With central door lock switch
Operate by depressing the central door
lock switch.
• When pushing down on the front portion (1) of the switch, all vehicle doors
will lock.
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Features of your vehicle
• When pushing down on the rear portion (2) of the switch, all vehicle doors
will unlock.
• However, if the key is in the ignition
switch and the driver’s door is opened,
the driver’s door will not lock when the
front portion (1) of the central door lock
switch is pressed.
• Also, if the key is in the ignition switch
and the passenger front door is
opened, none of the doors will lock
when the front portion (1) of the central
door lock switch is pressed.
D050300AUN
WARNING - Unlocked
vehicles
Leaving your vehicle unlocked can
invite theft or possible harm to you
or others from someone hiding in
your vehicle while you are gone.
Always remove the ignition key,
engage the parking brake, close all
windows and lock all doors when
leaving your vehicle unattended.
Impact sensing door unlock system (if equipped)
All doors will be automatically unlocked
when the impact is delivered to impact
sensors while the ignition switch is ON.
However, the doors may not be unlocked
if mechanical problems occur with the
door lock system or battery.
WARNING - Unattended
WARNING - Doors
• The doors should always be fully
closed and locked while the vehicle is in motion to prevent accidental opening of the door.
Locked doors will also discourage potential intruders when the
vehicle stops or slows.
• Be careful when opening doors
and watch for vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles or pedestrians
approaching the vehicle in the
path of the door. Opening a door
when something is approaching
can cause damage or injury.
children
An enclosed vehicle can become
extremely hot, causing death or
severe injury to unattended children or animals who cannot escape
the vehicle. Furthermore, children
might operate features of the vehicle that could injure them, or they
could encounter other harm, possibly from someone gaining entry to
the vehicle. Never leave children or
animals unattended in your vehicle.
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Features of your vehicle
Auto door lock/unlock feature
(if equipped)
3. Close the rear door.
To open the rear door, pull the outside
door handle (1).
Even though the doors may be unlocked,
the rear door will not open by pulling the
inner door handle (2) until rear door child
safety lock is unlocked (
).
• All doors will automatically lock when
the transaxle shift lever is shifted out of
P(Park).
• All doors will automatically unlocked
when the transaxle shift lever is
shifted into P(Park).
• All doors will automatically unlock
when the ignition key is removed from
the ignition switch.
WARNING - Rear door
locks
OXM049010
D050500AUN
Child-protector rear door lock
The child safety lock is provided to help
prevent children from accidentally opening the rear doors from inside the vehicle.
The rear door safety locks should be
used whenever children are in the vehicle.
1. Open the rear door.
2. Push the child safety lock located on
the rear edge of the door to the “Lock”
position. When the child safety lock is
in the “Lock (
)” position, rear door
will not open even though the inner
door handle is pulled inside the vehicle.
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If children accidentally open the
rear doors while the vehicle is in
motion, they could fall out and be
severely injured or killed. To prevent children from opening the rear
doors from the inside, the rear door
safety locks should be used whenever children are in the vehicle.
Features of your vehicle
TAILGATE
WARNING
The tailgate swings upward. Make
sure no objects or people are near
the rear of the vehicle when opening the tailgate.
CAUTION
OCM040011A
Opening the tailgate
• The tailgate is locked or unlocked
when all doors are locked or unlocked
with the key, transmitter or central door
lock switch.
• If unlocked, the tailgate can be opened
by pressing the handle and pulling it
up.
Make certain that you close the tailgate before driving your vehicle.
Possible damage may occur to the
tailgate lift cylinders and attaching
hardware if the tailgate is not
closed prior to driving.
OCM040015
D070200AUN
Closing the tailgate
To close the tailgate, lower and push
down the tailgate firmly. Make sure that
the tailgate is securely latched.
✽ NOTICE
In cold and wet climates, door lock and
door mechanisms may not work properly due to freezing conditions.
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Features of your vehicle
WARNING - Exhaust
fumes
If you drive with the tailgate open,
you will draw dangerous exhaust
fumes into your vehicle which can
cause serious injury or death to
vehicle occupants.
If you must drive with the tailgate
open, keep the air vents and all windows open so that additional outside air comes into the vehicle.
WARNING - Rear cargo
area
Occupants should never ride in the
rear cargo area where no restraints
are available. To avoid injury in the
event of an accident or sudden
stops, occupants should always be
properly restrained.
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Features of your vehicle
WINDOWS
D080000AFD
(1) Driver’s door power window switch
(2) Front passenger’s door power window switch
(3) Rear door (left) power window switch
(4) Rear door (right) power window
switch
(5) Window opening and closing
(6) Automatic power window up*/down*
(7) Power window lock switch
*: if equipped
✽ NOTICE
In cold and wet climates, power windows may not work properly due to
freezing conditions.
OCM040016
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Features of your vehicle
Power windows
The ignition switch must be in the ON
position for power windows to operate.
Each door has a power window switch
that controls the door’s window. The driver’s door has a master power window
switch that controls all the windows in the
vehicle
The power windows can be operated for
approximately 30 seconds after the ignition key is removed or turned to the ACC
or LOCK position. However, if the front
doors are opened, the power windows
cannot be operated even within the 30
seconds period.
✽ NOTICE
While driving with the rear windows
down or with the sunroof (if equipped)
in an open (or partially open position),
your vehicle may demonstrate a wind
buffeting or pulsation noise. This
noise is a normal occurrence and can be
reduced or eliminated by taking the following actions. If the noise occurs with
one or both of the rear windows down,
partially lower both front windows
approximately one inch. If you experience the noise with the sunroof open,
slightly reduce the size of the sunroof
opening.
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OHM048016
OHM048015
D080101AUN
D080103AUN
Window opening and closing
(if equipped)
The driver’s door has a master power
window switch that controls all the windows in the vehicle.
To open or close a window, press down
or pull up the front portion of the corresponding switch to the first detent position (5).
Auto up/down window (if equipped)
Pressing or pulling up the power window
switch momentarily to the second detent
position (6) completely lowers or lifts the
window even when the switch is
released. To stop the window at the
desired position while the window is in
operation, pull up or press down and
release the switch.
If the power window is not operated correctly, the automatic power window system must be reset as follows:
1. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
2. Close driver’s window and continue
pulling up on driver’s power window
switch for at least 1 second after the
window is completely closed.
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Features of your vehicle
✽ NOTICE
The automatic reverse feature for the
driver’s window is only active when the
“auto up” feature is used by fully
pulling up the switch. The automatic
reverse feature will not operate if the
window is raised using the halfway position on the power window switch.
WARNING
OUN026013
Automatic reversal
If the upward movement of the window is
blocked by an object or part of the body,
the window will detect the resistance and
will stop upward movement. The window
will then lower approximately 11.8 in. (30
cm) to allow the object to be cleared.
If the window detects the resistance
while the power window switch is pulled
up continuously, the window will stop
upward movement then lower approximately 1 in. (2.5 cm). And if the power
window switch is pulled up continuously
again within 5 seconds after the window
is lowered by the automatic window
reversal feature, the automatic window
reversal will not operate.
Always check for obstructions
before raising any window to avoid
injuries or vehicle damage. If an
object less than 0.16 in. (4 mm) in
diameter is caught between the
window glass and the upper window channel, the automatic reverse
window may not detect the resistance and will not stop and reverse
direction.
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OCM052013
Power window lock button
• The driver can disable the power window switches on a front and rear passenger door by pressing the power
window lock button located on the driver’s door to the LOCK position
(pressed).
• When the power window lock button
is in the LOCK position (pressed),
the driver’s master control cannot
operate the front and rear passenger door power windows.
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Features of your vehicle
CAUTION
• To prevent possible damage to
the power window system, do not
open or close two windows or
more at the same time. This will
also ensure the longevity of the
fuse.
• Never try to operate the main
switch on the driver's door and
the individual door window
switch in the opposite directions
at the same time. If this is done,
the window will stop and cannot
be opened or closed.
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WARNING - Windows
• NEVER leave the ignition key in
the vehicle.
• NEVER leave any child unattended in the vehicle. Even very
young children may inadvertently
cause the vehicle to move, entangle themselves in the windows,
or otherwise injure themselves or
others.
• Always double check to make
sure all arms, hands, head and
other obstructions are safely out
of the way before closing a window.
• Do not allow children to play with
the power windows. Keep the driver’s door power window lock
switch in the LOCK position
(pressed). Serious injury can
result from unintentional window
operation by the child.
• Do not extend face or arms outside through the window opening
while driving.
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Features of your vehicle
HOOD
D090200AUN
Closing the hood
1. Before closing the hood, check the following:
• All filler caps in engine compartment
must be correctly installed.
• Gloves, rags or any other combustible material must be removed
from the engine compartment.
2. Lower the hood halfway and push
down to securely lock in place.
OCM052018
OCM040020
1. Pull the release lever to unlatch the
hood. The hood should pop open
slightly.
2. Go to the front of the vehicle, raise the
hood slightly, push the secondary latch
(1) inside of the hood center and lift
the hood (2).
3. Raise the hood. It will completely rise
by itself after it has been raised about
halfway.
D090100BUN
Opening the hood
WARNING
Open the hood after turning off the
engine on a flat surface, shifting
the shift lever to the P(Park) position for automatic transaxle and to
the 1st(First) gear or R(Reverse) for
manual transaxle, and setting the
parking brake.
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Features of your vehicle
WARNING - Hood
• Before closing the hood, ensure
that all obstructions are removed
from the hood opening. Closing
the hood with an obstruction
present in the hood opening may
result in property damage or
severe personal injury.
• Do not leave gloves, rags or any
other combustible material in the
engine compartment. Doing so
may cause a heat-induced fire.
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WARNING
• Always double check to be sure
that the hood is firmly latched
before driving away. If it is not
latched, the hood could fly open
while the vehicle is being driven,
causing a total loss of visibility,
which might result in an accident.
• Do not move the vehicle with the
hood raised. The view will be
blocked and the hood could fall
or be damaged.
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Features of your vehicle
FUEL FILLER LID
D100200BUN
Closing the fuel filler lid
1. To install the cap, turn it clockwise until
it “clicks” one time. This indicates that
the cap is securely tightened.
2. Close the fuel filler lid and push it lightly and make sure that it is securely
closed.
OCM041021
OHD046014
Opening the fuel filler lid
The fuel-filler lid must be opened from
inside the vehicle by pulling up on the
fuel-filler lid opener located on the floor
next to the driver’s seat.
✽ NOTICE
If the fuel-filler lid will not open because
ice has formed around it, tap lightly or
push on the lid to break the ice and
release the lid. Do not pry on the lid. If
necessary, spray around the lid with an
approved de-icer fluid (do not use radiator anti-freeze) or move the vehicle to a
warm place and allow the ice to melt.
1. Stop the engine.
2. To open the fuel filler lid, pull the fuel
filler lid opener up.
3. Pull the fuel filler lid (1) out to fully
open.
4. To remove the cap (2), turn the fuel
tank cap counterclockwise.
5. Refuel as needed.
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Features of your vehicle
D100300BFD
WARNING - Refueling dangers
WARNING - Refueling
• If pressurized fuel sprays out, it
can cover your clothes or skin
and thus subject you to the risk
of fire and burns. Always remove
the fuel cap carefully and slowly.
If the cap is venting fuel or if you
hear a hissing sound, wait until
the condition stops before completely removing the cap.
• Do not "top off" after the nozzle
automatically shuts off when
refueling.
• Tighten the cap until it “clicks”
one time, otherwise the Check
Engine
light will illuminate.
• Always check that the fuel cap is
installed securely to prevent fuel
spillage in the event of an accident.
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Automotive fuels are flammable
materials. When refueling, please
note the following guidelines carefully. Failure to follow these guidelines may result in severe personal
injury, severe burns or death by fire
or explosion.
• Read and follow all warning at the
gas station facility.
• Before refueling note the location
of the Emergency Gasoline ShutOff, if available, at the gas station
facility.
• Before touching the fuel nozzle,
you should eliminate potentially
dangerous static electricity discharge by touching another metal
part of the vehicle, a safe distance away from the fuel filler
neck, nozzle, or other gas source.
(Continued)
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• Do not get back into a vehicle
once you have begun refueling
since you can generate static
electricity by touching, rubbing
or sliding against any item or fabric (polyester, satin, nylon, etc.)
capable of producing static electricity. Static electricity discharge
can ignite fuel vapors resulting in
rapid burning. If you must reenter the vehicle, you should
once again eliminate potentially
dangerous static electricity discharge by touching a metal part
of the vehicle, away from the fuel
filler neck, nozzle or other gasoline source.
• When using a portable fuel container be sure to place the container on the ground prior to refueling. Static electricity discharge
from the container can ignite fuel
vapors causing a fire. Once refueling has begun, contact with the
vehicle should be maintained
until the filling is complete.
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Features of your vehicle
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Use only portable plastic fuel
containers designed to carry and
store gasoline.
• Do not use cellular phones while
refueling. Electric current and/or
electronic interference from cellular phones can potentially
ignite fuel vapors causing a fire.
• When refueling, always shut the
engine off. Sparks produced by
electrical components related to
the engine can ignite fuel vapors
causing a fire. Once refueling is
complete, check to make sure the
filler cap and filler door are
securely closed, before starting
the engine.
• DO NOT use matches or a lighter
and DO NOT SMOKE or leave a lit
cigarette in your vehicle while at
a gas station especially during
refueling. Automotive fuel is
highly flammable and can, when
ignited, result in fire.
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• If a fire breaks out during refueling, leave the vicinity of the vehicle, and immediately contact the
manager of the gas station and
then contact the local fire department or 911. Follow any safety
instructions they provide.
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CAUTION
• Make sure to refuel your vehicle
according to the "Fuel requirements" suggested in section 1.
• If the fuel filler cap requires
replacement, use only a genuine
HYUNDAI cap or the equivalent
specified for your vehicle. An
incorrect fuel filler cap can result
in a serious malfunction of the
fuel system or emission control
system.
• Do not spill fuel on the exterior
surfaces of the vehicle. Any type
of fuel spilled on painted surfaces
may damage the paint.
• After refueling, make sure the fuel
cap is installed securely to prevent fuel spillage in the event of
an accident.
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Features of your vehicle
SUNROOF (IF EQUIPPED)
✽ NOTICE
• In cold and wet climates, sunroof may
not work properly due to freezing
conditions.
• After washing the car or after there is
rain, be sure to wipe off any water
that is on the sunroof before operating
it.
CAUTION
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If your vehicle is equipped with this feature, you can slide or tilt your sunroof
with the sunroof control switch located on
the overhead console.
The sunroof can only be opened, closed,
or tilted when the ignition switch is in the
ON position.
Do not continue to press the sunroof control switch after the sunroof
is fully opened, closed, or tilted.
Damage to the motor or system
components could occur.
✽ NOTICE
The sunroof cannot slide when it is in
the tilt position nor can it be tilted while
in an open or slide position.
WARNING
Never adjust the sunroof or sunshade while driving. This could
result in loss of control and an accident that may cause death, serious
injury, or property damage.
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Sliding the sunroof
To open the sunroof (autoslide feature),
move the sunroof control switch towards
the rear of the vehicle for more than 0.5
second.
The sunroof will slide to the recommended open position.
To stop the sunroof sliding at any point,
pull or push the sunroof control switch
momentarily.
Features of your vehicle
✽ NOTICE
To reduce wind noise while driving, we
recommend you to drive at the recommended position.
To close the sunroof (autoslide feature),
move the sunroof control switch towards
the front of the vehicle for more than 0.5
second.
The sunroof will close all the way. To stop
the sunroof sliding at any point, pull or
push the sunroof control switch momentarily.
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Automatic reversal
If an object or part of the body is detected while the sunroof is closing automatically, it will reverse the direction, and then
stop.
The auto reverse function does not work
if a tiny obstacle is between the sliding
glass and the sunroof sash. You should
always check that all passengers and
objects are away from the sunroof before
closing it.
Tilting the sunroof
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To open the sunroof (autotilt feature),
push the sunfoof control switch upward
for more than 0.5 second.
The sunroof will tilt all the way open. To
stop the sunroof tilting at any point, pull
the sunfoof control switch downward
momentarily.
To close the sunroof, pull the sunroof
control switch downward and hold it until
the sunroof is closed.
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Features of your vehicle
WARNING - Sunroof
• Be careful that someone’s head,
hands and body are not trapped
by a closing sunroof.
• Do not extend face, neck, arms or
body outside through the sunroof
opening while driving.
• Make sure hand and face are
safely out of the way before closing a sunroof.
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CAUTION
• Periodically remove any dirt that
may accumulate on the guide rail.
• If you try to open the sunroof
when the temperature is below
freezing or when the sunroof is
covered with snow or ice, the
glass or the motor could be damaged.
• While using sunroof for a long
time, a dust between sunroof and
roof panel can make a noise.
Open the sunroof and remove
regularly the dust using clean
cloth.
• The sunroof is made to slide
together with sunshade. Do not
leave the sunshade closed while
the sunroof is open.
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Sunshade
The sunshade will be opened with the
glass panel automatically when the glass
panel is slid.You will have to close it manually if you want it closed.
Features of your vehicle
Resetting the sunroof
Whenever the vehicle battery is disconnected or discharged, or related fuse is
blown, you must reset your sunroof system as follows:
1. Turn the ignition switch to the ON
position and close the sunroof completely.
2. Release the control switch.
3. Pull and hold the sunroof control
switch downward until the sunroof tilts
and slightly moves up and down.
Then, release the control switch.
4. Pull and hold the sunroof control
switch downward until the sunroof is
operated as follows;
❈ For more detailed information, contact
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
CAUTION
If the sunroof is not reset when the
vehicle battery is disconnected or
discharged, or related fuse is
blown, the sunroof may operate
improperly.
TILT DOWN → SLIDE OPEN →
SLIDE CLOSE
Then, release the control switch.
When this is complete, the sunroof system is reset.
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Features of your vehicle
STEERING WHEEL
Power steering
✽ NOTICE
Power steering uses energy from the
engine to assist you in steering the vehicle. If the engine is off or if the power
steering system becomes inoperative,
the vehicle may still be steered, but it will
require increased steering effort.
Should you notice any change in the
effort required to steer during normal
vehicle operation, have the power steering checked by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
If the power steering drive belt breaks
or if the power steering pump malfunctions, the steering effort will greatly
increase.
CAUTION
Never hold the steering wheel to the
extreme right or left for more than 5
seconds with the engine running.
Holding the steering wheel for more
than 5 seconds in either position
may cause damage to the power
steering pump.
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✽ NOTICE
If the vehicle is parked for extended
periods outside in cold weather (below
14°F/-10°C), the power steering may
require increased effort when the engine
is first started. This is caused by
increased fluid viscosity due to the cold
weather and does not indicate a malfunction.
When this happens, increase the engine
RPM by depressing the accelerator until
the RPM reaches 1,500 rpm then release
or let the engine idle for two or three
minutes to warm up the fluid.
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Tilt steering
A tilt steering wheel allows you to adjust
the steering wheel before you drive. You
can also raise it to give your legs more
room when you exit and enter the vehicle
(if equipped).
The steering wheel should be positioned
so that it is comfortable for you to drive,
while permitting you to see the instrument panel warning lights and gauges.
WARNING
• Never adjust the angle and height
of steering wheel while driving.
You may lose your steering control and cause severe personal
injury or accidents.
• After adjusting, push the steering
wheel both up and down to be
certain it is locked in position.
Features of your vehicle
Type A
CAUTION
Do not strike the horn severely to
operate it, or hit it with your fist. Do
not press on the horn with a sharppointed object.
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Horn
To sound the horn, press the horn symbol on your steering wheel.
Check the horn regularly to be sure it
operates properly.
✽ NOTICE
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To change the steering wheel angle, pull
down the lock release lever (1), adjust
the steering wheel to the desired angle
(2) and height (if equipped) (3), then pull
up the lock-release lever to lock the
steering wheel in place. Be sure to adjust
the steering wheel to the desired position
before driving.
To sound the horn, press the area indicated by the horn symbol on your steering wheel (see illustration). The horn
will operate only when this area is
pressed.
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Features of your vehicle
MIRRORS
Inside rearview mirror
Adjust the rearview mirror so that the
center view through the rear window is
seen. Make this adjustment before you
start driving.
Night
WARNING - Rear visibility
Do not place objects in the rear
seat or cargo area which would
interfere with your vision out the
rear window.
Day
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WARNING
Do not modify the inside mirror and
do not install a wide mirror. It could
result in injury, during an accident
or deployment of the air bag.
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Day/night rearview mirror
Make this adjustment before you start
driving and while the day/night lever is in
the day position.
Pull the day/night lever toward you to
reduce glare from the headlights of vehicles behind you during night driving.
Remember that you lose some rearview
clarity in the night position.
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Electric chromic mirror (ECM) with
compass (if equipped)
(1) Status Indicator LED
(2) Feature Control Button
(3) Rear Light Sensor
(4) Display Window
The electric chromic mirror automatically
controls the glare from headlights behind
you when the function is turned on by
pressing and holding the Feature Control
Button for more than 3 but less than 6
seconds. This feature can be turned off
by pressing and holding the button for the
same amount of time once more.
Features of your vehicle
To operate Compass feature
Press and release the button, then the
vehicle's directional heading will be displayed. Pressing and releasing the button
again will turn off the display.
Heading display
- E : East
- W : West
- S : South
- N : North
ex) NE : North East
Calibration procedure
The compass may not indicate the correct compass direction if the electronic
compass has not been calibrated correctly, if the compass zone number is different from your current location, or when
you are driving in certain areas (tunnel,
parking garage, underground parking lot,
near transformer substation, etc.), and
the following may occur:
- “C” is displayed.
- The compass headings become inaccurate.
- The compass heading does not
change when the vehicle changes
direction.
- Some compass headings are not displayed.
- The compass headings are inaccurate
in long distance driving.
If the vehicle’s compass headings
become inaccurate, the compass should
be calibrated as follows:
1. Ensure the vehicle is not located near
large steel structures or under electric
power lines.
2. Turn on the compass by pressing the
button.
3. Press and hold the button for more
than 6 but less than 9 seconds. The
current zone number will appear in the
display. Release then press the button
until your zone number appears in the
display.
4. Check the mirror angle by pressing
and holding the button for more than
12seconds. Release then press the
button to “L”(for steering wheel on the
Left side of the vehicle). (if installed)
5. Press and hold the button between 9
and 12 seconds. Release the button
when a “C” appears in the display.
6. Drive the vehicle in 2 complete circles
at less than 5mph(8km/h) or until the
compass heading appears.
CAUTION
Be sure the area is free of traffic,
pedestrians, and obstructions.
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Features of your vehicle
Setting the compass zone
1. Determine the Zone Number based on
your current location in the Zone Map.
2. Press and hold the button for more
than 6 but less than 9 seconds. The
current zone number will appear in the
display.
3. Release then press the button to increment to new your zone number.
4. Drive the vehicle in 2 complete circles
at less than 5mph(8km/h) or until the
compass heading appears.
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CAUTION
• Do not install a ski rack, antenna,
etc. that is attached to the vehicle
using a magnet. Anything
attached to the roof of the vehicle
with a magnet will effect the compass operation.
• If the compass deviates from the
correct indication after repeating
the adjustment, have the compass checked by an authorized
dealer.
• The compass may not indicate
the correct compass point in tunnels or while driving up or down a
steep hill. (The compass returns
to the correct compass point
when the vehicle moves to an
area where the geomagnetism is
stabilized.)
• When cleaning the mirror, use a
paper towel or similar material
dampened with glass cleaner. Do
not spray glass cleaner directly
on the mirror as that may cause
the liquid cleaner to enter the mirror housing.
Electric chromic mirror (ECM) with
compass and HomeLink® system
(if equipped)
Your vehicle may be equipped with a
Gentex Automatic-Dimming Mirror with a
Z-Nav™ Electronic Compass Display
and an Integrated HomeLink® Wireless
Control System. During nighttime driving,
this feature will automatically detect and
reduce rearview mirror glare while the
compass indicates the direction the vehicle is pointed. The HomeLink® Universal
Transceiver allows you to activate your
garage door(s), electric gate, home lighting, etc.
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
Channel 1 button
Channel 2 button
Status indicator LED
Channel 3 button
Rear light sensor
Dimming ON/OFF button
Compass control button
Compass display
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Features of your vehicle
Automatic-Dimming Night Vision
Safety™ (NVS®) Mirror
The NVS® Mirror in your vehicle is the
most advanced way to reduce annoying
glare in the rearview mirror during any
driving situation. For more information
regarding NVS® mirrors and other applications, please refer to the Gentex website:
www.gentex.com
CAUTION
The NVS® Mirror automatically
reduces glare during driving conditions based upon light levels monitored in front of the vehicle and
from the rear of the vehicle. These
light sensors are visible through
openings in the front and rear of the
mirror case. Any object that would
obstructs either light sensor will
degrade the automatic dimming
control feature.
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Automatic-dimming function
Your mirror will automatically dim upon
detecting glare from the vehicles traveling behind you. The auto-dimming function can be controlled by the Dimming
ON/OFF Button:
Z-Nav™ Compass Display
The NVS™ Mirror in your vehicle is also
equipped with a Z-Nav™ Compass that
shows the vehicle Compass heading in
the Display Window using the 8 basic
cardinal headings (N, NE, E, SE, etc.).
1. Pressing the
button turns the autodimming function OFF which is indicated by the green Status Indicator LED
turning off.
2. Pressing the
button again turns the
auto-dimming function ON which is
indicated by the green Status Indicator
LED turning on.
Compass function
The Compass can be turned ON and
OFF and will remember the last state
when the ignition is cycled. To turn the
display feature ON/OFF:
1. Press and release the
button to
turn the display feature OFF.
2. Press and release the
button again
to turn the display back ON.
Additional options can be set with press
and hold sequences of the
button and
are detailed below.
✽ NOTICE
The mirror defaults to the ON position
each time the vehicle is started.
There is a difference between magnetic
north and true north. The compass in the
mirror can compensate for this difference
when it knows the Magnetic Zone in
which it is operating. This is set either by
the dealer or by the user. The operating
Zone Numbers for North America are
shown in the figure on the following section.
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Features of your vehicle
To adjust the Zone setting:
1. Determine the desired Zone Number
based upon your current location on
the Zone Map.
2. Press and hold the
button for more
than 3 but less than 6 seconds, the
current Zone Number will appear on
the display.
3. Pressing and holding the
button
again will cause the numbers to increment (Note: they will repeat …13, 14,
15, 1, 2, …). Releasing the button
when the desired Zone Number
appears on the display will set the new
Zone.
4. Within about 5 seconds the compass
will start displaying a compass heading again.
There are some conditions that can
cause changes to the vehicle magnets,
such as installing a ski rack or a CB
antenna. Body repair work on the vehicle
can also cause changes to the vehicle's
magnetic field. In these situations, the
compass will need to be re-calibrated to
quickly correct for these changes. To recalibrate the compass:
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Features of your vehicle
1. Press and hold the
button for more
than 6 seconds. When the compass
memory is cleared a "C" will appear in
the display.
2. To calibrate the compass, drive the
vehicle in 2 complete circles at less
than 5 mph (8 km/h).
Integrated HomeLink® Wireless Control
System
The HomeLink® Wireless Control
System provides a convenient way to
replace up to three hand-held radio-frequency (RF) transmitters with a single
built-in device. This innovative feature will
learn the radio frequency codes of most
current transmitters to operate devices
such as gate operators, garage door
openers, entry door locks, security systems, even home lighting. Both standard
and rolling code-equipped transmitters
can be programmed by following the outlined procedures. Additional HomeLink®
information can be found at: www.homelink.com or by calling 1-800-355-3515.
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CAUTION
Before programming HomeLink® to
a garage door opener or gate operator, make sure that people and
objects are out of the way of the
device to prevent potential harm or
damage. Do not use HomeLink®
with any garage door opener that
lacks the safety stop and reverse
features required by U.S. federal
safety standards (this includes any
garage door opener model manufactured before April 1, 1982). A
garage door that cannot detect an
object - signaling the door to stop
and reverse - does not meet current
U.S. federal safety standards. Using
a garage door opener without these
features increases the risk of serious injury or death.
Retain the original transmitter of the RF
device you are programming for use in
other vehicles as well as for future
HomeLink® programming. It is also suggested that upon the sale of the vehicle,
the programmed HomeLink® buttons be
erased for security purposes.
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✽ NOTICE
• When programming a garage door
opener, it is advised to park the vehicle outside of the garage.
• It is recommended that a new battery
be placed in the hand-held transmitter of the device being programmed to
HomeLink® for quicker training and
accurate transmission of the radiofrequency signal.
• Some vehicles may require the ignition switch to be turned to the second
(or "accessories") position for programming and/or operation of
HomeLink.
• In the event that there are still programming difficulties or questions
after following the programming steps
listed below, contact HomeLink® at:
www.homelink.com or 1-800-3553515.
Features of your vehicle
Standard programming
To train most devices, follow these
instructions:
1. For first-time programming, press and
hold the two outside buttons,
HomeLink® Channel 1 and Channel 3
Buttons, until the indicator light begins
to flash (after 20 seconds). Release
both buttons. Do not hold the buttons
for longer than 30 seconds.
2. Position the end of your hand-held
transmitter 1-3 inches (2-8 cm) away
from the HomeLink® buttons while
keeping the indicator light in view.
3. Simultaneously press and hold both
the HomeLink® and hand-held transmitter button. DO NOT release the buttons until step 4 has been completed.
4. While continuing to hold the buttons
the red Indicator Status LED will flash
slowly and then rapidly after
HomeLink® successfully trains to the
frequency signal from the hand-held
transmitter. Release both buttons.
5. Press and hold the just-trained
HomeLink® button and observe the red
Status Indicator LED. If the indicator
light stays on constantly, programming
is complete and your device should
activate when the HomeLink® button is
pressed and released.
6. To program the remaining two
HomeLink® buttons, follow steps 2
through 5.
Rolling code programming
Rolling code devices which are "codeprotected" and manufactured after 1996
may be determined by the following:
• Reference the device owner's manual
for verification.
• The handheld transmitter appears to
program the HomeLink® Universal
Transceiver but does not activate the
device.
• Press and hold the trained HomeLink
button. The device has the rolling code
feature if the indicator light flashes rapidly and then turns solid after 2 seconds.
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To train rolling code devices, follow these
instructions:
1. At the garage door opener receiver
(motor-head unit) in the garage, locate
the "learn" or "smart" button. This can
usually be found where the hanging
antenna wire is attached to the motorhead unit. Exact location and color of
the button may vary by garage door
opener brand.
If there is difficulty locating the training
button, reference the device owner's
manual or please visit our Web site at
www.homelink.com.
2. Firmly press and release the "learn" or
"smart" button (which activates the
"training light").
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Features of your vehicle
✽ NOTICE
There are 30 seconds in which to initiate
step3.
3. Return to the vehicle and firmly press,
hold for two seconds and then release
the desired HomeLink® button. Repeat
the "press/hold/release" sequence a
second time to complete the programming. (Some devices may require you
to repeat this sequence a third time to
complete the programming.)
4. Press and hold the just-trained
HomeLink® button and observe the red
Status Indicator LED. If the indicator
light stays on constantly, programming
is complete and your device should
activate.
5. To program the remaining two
HomeLink® buttons, follow either steps
1 through 4 above for other Rolling
Code devices or steps 2 through 5 in
Standard Programming for standard
devices.
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Gate operator & Canadian programming
During programming, your handheld
transmitter may automatically stop transmitting. Continue to press the Integrated
HomeLink® Wireless Control System button (note steps 2 through 4 in the
Standard Programming portion of this
document) while you press and re-press
("cycle") your handheld transmitter every
two seconds until the frequency signal
has been learned. The indicator light will
flash slowly and then rapidly after several seconds upon successful training.
Operating HomeLink®
To operate, simply press and release the
button.
programmed
HomeLink®
Activation will now occur for the trained
device (i.e. garage door opener, gate
operator, security system, entry door
lock, home/office lighting, etc.). For convenience, the hand-held transmitter of
the device may also be used at any time.
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Reprogramming a single HomeLink®
button
To program a new device to a previously
trained HomeLink® button, follow these
steps:
1. Press and hold the desired HomeLink®
button. Do NOT release until step 4
has been completed.
2. When the indicator light begins to flash
slowly (after 20 seconds), position the
handheld transmitter 1 to 3 inches
away from the HomeLink® surface.
3. Press and hold the handheld transmitter button. The HomeLink® indicator
light will flash, first slowly and then rapidly.
4. When the indicator light begins to flash
rapidly, release both buttons.
5. Press and hold the just-trained
HomeLink® button and observe the red
Status Indicator LED. If the indicator
light stays on constantly, programming
is complete and your new device
should activate.
Features of your vehicle
Erasing HomeLink® buttons
Individual buttons cannot be erased.
However, to erase all three programmed
buttons:
1. Press and hold the two outer
HomeLink® buttons until the indicator
light begins to flash-after 20 seconds.
2. Release both buttons. Do not hold for
longer than 30 seconds.
The Integrated HomeLink® Wireless
Control System is now in the training
(learn) mode and can be programmed at
any time following the appropriate steps
in the Programming sections above.
FCC ID: NZLZTVHL3
IC: 4112A-ZTVHL3
This device complies with Part 15 of
the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1. this device may not cause harmful
interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
NVS® is a registered trademark and ZNav™ is a trademark of the Gentex
Corporation,
Zeeland,
Michigan.
HomeLink® is a registered trademark
owned
by
Johnson
Controls,
Incorporated, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
WARNING
The transceiver has been tested
and complies with FCC and
Industry Canada rules. Changes or
modifications
not
expressly
approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the
device.
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Features of your vehicle
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Outside rearview mirror
Be sure to adjust mirror angles before
driving.
Your vehicle is equipped with both lefthand and right-hand outside rearview
mirrors. The mirrors can be adjusted
remotely with the remote switch. The mirror heads can be folded back to prevent
damage during an automatic car wash or
when passing in a narrow street.
WARNING - Rearview mirrors
• The right outside rearview mirror
is convex. Objects seen in the
mirror are closer than they
appear.
• Use your interior rearview mirror
or direct observation to determine the actual distance of following vehicles when changing
lanes.
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CAUTION
Do not scrape ice off the mirror
face; this may damage the surface
of the glass. If ice should restrict
movement of the mirror, do not
force the mirror for adjustment. To
remove ice, use a deicer spray, or a
sponge or soft cloth with very warm
water.
CAUTION
If the mirror is jammed with ice, do
not adjust the mirror by force. Use
an approved spray de-icer (not radiator antifreeze) to release the
frozen mechanism or move the
vehicle to a warm place and allow
the ice to melt.
WARNING
Do not adjust or fold the outside
rearview mirrors while the vehicle
is moving. This could result in loss
of control, and an accident which
could cause death, serious injury
or property damage.
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Remote control
The electric remote control mirror switch
allows you to adjust the position of the
left and right outside rearview mirrors. To
adjust the position of either mirror, move
the lever (1) to R or L to select the right
side mirror or the left side mirror, then
press a corresponding point on the mirror
adjustment control to position the selected mirror up, down, left or right.
After adjustment, put the lever into neutral position to prevent inadvertent
adjustment.
Features of your vehicle
CAUTION
• The mirrors stop moving when
they reach the maximum adjusting angles, but the motor continues to operate while the switch is
pressed. Do not press the switch
longer than necessary, the motor
may be damaged.
• Do not attempt to adjust the outside rearview mirror by hand.
Doing so may damage the parts.
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Folding the outside rearview mirror
To fold outside rearview mirror, grasp the
housing of mirror and then fold it toward
the rear of the vehicle.
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Features of your vehicle
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
1. Tachometer
2. Engine coolant temperature gauge
3. Fuel gauge
4. Speedometer
5. Turn signal indicators
6. Warning and indicator lights
7. Odometer/Trip computer (if equipped)
* The actual cluster in the vehicle may differ from the illustration. For more details refer to "Gauges" in the next pages.
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Instrument panel illumination
Gauges
When the vehicle’s parking lights or headlights are on, rotate the illumination control knob to adjust the instrument panel
illumination intensity.
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Speedometer
The speedometer indicates the forward
speed of the vehicle.
The speedometer is calibrated in miles
per hour and/or kilometers per hour.
OCM040053N
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Tachometer
The tachometer indicates the approximate number of engine revolutions per
minute (rpm).
Use the tachometer to select the correct
shift points and to prevent lugging and/or
over-revving the engine.
The tachometer pointer may move slightly when the ignition switch is in ACC or
ON position with the engine OFF. This
movement is normal and will not affect
the accuracy of the tachometer once the
engine is running.
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Features of your vehicle
CAUTION
WARNING
Do not operate the engine within
the tachometer's RED ZONE. This
may cause severe engine damage.
Never remove the radiator cap
when the engine is hot. The engine
coolant is under pressure and
could cause severe burns. Wait
until the engine is cool before
adding coolant to the reservoir.
OCM040057
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Engine coolant temperature gauge
This gauge shows the temperature of the
engine coolant when the ignition switch
is ON.
Do not continue driving with an overheated engine. If your vehicle overheats, refer
to “If the engine overheats” in section 6.
CAUTION
If the gauge pointer moves beyond
the normal range area toward the
“H” position, it indicates overheating that may damage the engine.
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Features of your vehicle
WARNING - Fuel gauge
Running out of fuel can expose
vehicle occupants to danger.
You must stop and obtain additional fuel as soon as possible after the
warning light comes on or when the
gauge indicator comes close to the
E level.
D150204AUN
Fuel gauge
The fuel gauge indicates the approximate amount of fuel remaining in the fuel
tank. The fuel tank capacity is given in
section 8. The fuel gauge is supplemented by a low fuel warning light, which will
illuminate when the fuel tank is nearly
empty.
On inclines or curves, the fuel gauge
pointer may fluctuate or the low fuel
warning light may come on earlier than
usual due to the movement of fuel in the
tank.
CAUTION
Avoid driving with a very low fuel
level. If you run out of fuel, it could
cause the engine to misfire and
result in excessive loading of the
catalytic converter.
OCM040071R
D150205AFD
Odometer/Tripmeter (if equipped)
Push the TRIP button for less than 1 second to select odmeter, tripmeter A or B or
ECO ON/OFF as follows:
TRIP A → TRIP B → Odometer→ ECO ON/OFF*
→
OCM040058
* if equipped
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Features of your vehicle
Odometer
The odometer indicates the total distance the vehicle has been driven.
You will also find the odometer useful to
determine when periodic maintenance
should be performed.
✽ NOTICE
It is forbidden to alter of the odometer
of any vehicle with the intent to change
the mileage registered on the odometer.
The alteration may void your warranty
coverage.
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OHD040550
Tripmeter
The tripmeter indicates the distance of
individual trip selected by the driver.
Tripmeter can be reset to 0 by pressing
the RESET button for 1 second or more.
ECO ON/OFF mode (if equipped)
You can turn the ECO indicator on/off on
the instrument cluster in this mode.
If you push the RESET button more than
1 second in the ECO ON mode, ECO
OFF is displayed in the screen and the
ECO indicator turns off while driving.
If you want to display the ECO indicator
again, press the RESET button more
than 1 second in the ECO OFF mode
and then ECO ON mode is displayed in
the screen.
When you press the TRIP button less
than 1 second in the ECO mode, the
mode is changed to tripmeter.
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Tripmeter A
Tripmeter B*
Distance to empty*
Average fuel consumption*
Average speed*
OCM040060
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Trip computer (if equipped)
The trip computer is a microcomputercontrolled driver information system that
displays information related to driving on
the display when the ignition switch is in
the ON position. All stored driving information (except odometer, distance to
empty and instant fuel consumption) is
resets if the battery is disconnected.
OCM040061N
Outside air temperature*
ECO ON/OFF*
* if equipped
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Odometer
The odometer indicates the total distance the vehicle has been driven.
You will also find the odometer useful to
determine when periodic maintenance
should be performed.
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Features of your vehicle
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OCM040063N
OCM040065N
Tripmeter
TRIP A : Tripmeter A
TRIP B : Tripmeter B
This mode indicates the distance of individual trips selected since the last tripmeter reset.
The meter's working range is from 0.0 to
999.9 miles (0.0 to 999.9 km).
Pressing the RESET button for more
than 1 second, when the tripmeter (TRIP
A or TRIP B) is being displayed, clears
the tripmeter to zero (0.0).
Distance to empty (if equipped)
This mode indicates the estimated distance to empty based on the current fuel
in the fuel tank and the amount of fuel
delivered to the engine. When the
remaining distance is below 30 miles (50
km), “---” will be displayed and the distance to empty indicator will blink.
The meter’s working range is from 30 to
999 miles (50 to 999 km).
Average fuel consumption (if equipped)
This mode calculates the average fuel
consumption from the total fuel used and
the distance since the last average consumption reset. The total fuel used is calculated from the fuel consumption input.
For an accurate calculation, drive more
than 0.03 miles (50 m).
Pressing the RESET button for more than
1 second, when the average fuel consumption is being displayed, clears the
average fuel consumption to zero (--.-).
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✽ NOTICE
• If the vehicle is not on level ground or
the battery power has been interrupted, the “Distance to empty” function
may not operate correctly.
The trip computer may not register
additional fuel if less than 1.6 gallons
(6 liters) of fuel are added to the vehicle.
• The fuel consumption and distance to
empty values may vary significantly
based on driving conditions, driving
habits, and condition of the vehicle.
• The distance to empty value is an estimate of the available driving distance.
This value may differ from the actual
driving distance available.
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OCM040069N
Average speed (if equipped)
This mode calculates the average speed
of the vehicle since the last average
speed reset.
Even if the vehicle is not in motion, the
average speed keeps changing while the
engine is running.
Pressing the RESET button for more
than 1 second, when the average speed
is being displayed, clears the average
speed to zero (---).
Outside air temperature (if equipped)
This mode indicates the outside air temperature.
The meter's working range is from -40°F
to 75°F (-40°C to 167°C).
To change the outside temperature display unit (°F ↔ °C), press the RESET
button for more than 5 seconds in this
mode.
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Features of your vehicle
OCM040070
ECO ON/OFF mode (if equipped)
You can turn the ECO indicator on/off on
the instrument cluster in this mode.
If you push the RESET button more than
1 second in the ECO ON mode, ECO
OFF is displayed in the screen and the
ECO indicator turns off.
If you want to display the ECO indicator
again, press the RESET button more
than 1 second in the ECO OFF mode
and then ECO ON mode is displayed in
the screen.
When you press the TRIP button less
than 1 second in the ECO mode, the
mode is changed to odometer.
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Warnings and indicators
ECO indicator
(if equipped)
All warning lights are checked by turning
the ignition switch ON (do not start the
engine). Any light that does not illuminate
should be checked by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
After starting the engine, check to make
sure that all warning lights are off. If any
are still on, this indicates a situation that
needs attention. When releasing the
parking brake, the brake system warning
light should go off. The fuel warning light
will stay on if the fuel level is low.
ECO
The ECO indicator is a system that
informs you to drive economically.
It is displayed if you drive fuel efficiently
to help you improve fuel efficiency.
• The ECO indicator (green) will turn on
when you are driving fuel efficiently in
the ECO ON mode.
If you don't want the indicator displayed,
you can turn the ECO ON mode to OFF
mode by pressing the TRIP button.
As per ECO ON/OFF Mode operation,
refer to the previous page.
• Fuel-efficiency can be changed by the
driver's driving habits and road conditions.
• It doesn't work at the conditions which
doesn't meet economical driving such
as P (Park), N (Neutral), R (Reverse)
or sports mode.
WARNING
Do not keep watching the indicator
while driving. It will distract you
while driving and cause an accident that results in severe personal
injury.
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D150303AFD
Air bag warning light
Anti-lock brake system
(ABS) warning light
(if equipped)
This warning light will illuminate for
approximately 6 seconds each time you
turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
This light also comes on when the SRS
is not working properly. If the AIRBAG
warning light does not come on, or continuously remains on after operating for
about 6 seconds when you turned the
ignition switch to the ON position or started the engine, or if it comes on while
driving, have the SRS inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
This light illuminates if the ignition switch
is turned to ON and goes off in approximately 3 seconds if the system is operating normally.
If the ABS warning light remains on,
comes on while driving, or does not
come on when the ignition switch is
turned to the ON position, this indicates
that there may be a problem with the
ABS.
If this occurs, have your vehicle checked
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer as
soon as possible. The normal braking
system will still be operational, but without the assistance of the anti-lock brake
system.
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Electronic brake
force distribution
(EBD) system
warning light
If two warning lights illuminate at the
same time while driving, your vehicle
may have a malfunction with ABS and
EBD system.
In this case, your ABS and regular brake
system may not work normally. Have the
vehicle checked by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer as soon as possible.
WARNING
If both ABS and Brake warning
lights are on and stay on, your vehicle’s brake system will not work
normally. So you may experience
an unexpected and dangerous situation during sudden braking. In this
case, avoid high speed driving and
abrupt braking. Have your vehicle
checked by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer as soon as possible.
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Features of your vehicle
✽ NOTICE
If the ABS warning light or EBD warning light is on and stays on, the
speedometer or odometer/tripmeter
may not work. In this case, have your
vehicle checked by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer as soon as possible.
Seat belt warning
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Turn signal indicator lights
Seat belt warning light
As a reminder to the driver the seat belt
warning light will blink for approximately
6 seconds each time you turn the ignition
switch ON regardless of belt fastening.
For details, refer to the seat belt on chapter 3.
The blinking green arrows on the instrument panel show the direction indicated
by the turn signals. If the arrow comes on
but does not blink, blinks more rapidly
than normal, or does not illuminate at all,
a malfunction in the turn signal system is
indicated. Your dealer should be consulted for repairs.
This indicator also blinks when the hazard warning switch is turned on.
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High beam indicator
This indicator illuminates when the headlights are on and in the high beam position or when the turn signal lever is pulled
into the Flash-to-Pass position.
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D150307AFD
Engine oil pressure warning
light
This warning light indicates the engine oil
pressure is low.
If the warning light illuminates while driving:
1. Drive safely to the side of the road and
stop.
2. With the engine off, check the engine
oil level. If the level is low, add oil as
required.
If the warning light remains on after
adding oil or if oil is not available, call an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
CAUTION
If the engine is not stopped immediately after the engine oil pressure
warning light is illuminated, severe
damage could result.
D150308AFD
CAUTION
If the oil pressure warning light
stays on while the engine is running, serious engine damage may
result. The oil pressure warning
light comes on whenever there is
insufficient oil pressure. In normal
operation, it should come on when
the ignition switch is turned on,
then go out when the engine is
started. If the oil pressure warning
light stays on while the engine is
running, there is a serious malfunction.
If this happens, stop the car as
soon as it is safe to do so, turn off
the engine and check the oil level. If
the oil level is low, fill the engine oil
to the proper level and start the
engine again. If the light stays on
with the engine running, turn the
engine off immediately. In any
instance where the oil light stays on
when the engine is running, the
engine should be checked by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer before
the car is driven again.
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Parking brake & brake
fluid warning
Parking brake warning
This light is illuminated when the parking
brake is applied with the ignition switch in
the START or ON position. The warning
light should go off when the parking
brake is released.
Low brake fluid level warning
If the warning light remains on, it may
indicate that the brake fluid level in the
reservoir is low.
If the warning light remains on:
1. Drive carefully to the nearest safe
location and stop your vehicle.
2. With the engine stopped, check the
brake fluid level immediately and add
fluid as required. Then check all brake
components for fluid leaks.
3. Do not drive the vehicle if leaks are
found, the warning light remains on or
the brakes do not operate properly.
Have it towed to any authorized
HYUNDAI dealer for a brake system
inspection and necessary repairs.
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Features of your vehicle
Your vehicle is equipped with dual-diagonal braking systems. This means you still
have braking on two wheels even if one
of the dual systems should fail. With only
one of the dual systems working, more
than normal pedal travel and greater
pedal pressure are required to stop the
car. Also, the car will not stop in as short
a distance with only a portion of the
brake system working. If the brakes fail
while you are driving, shift to a lower gear
for additional engine braking and stop the
car as soon as it is safe to do so.
To check bulb operation, check whether
the parking brake and brake fluid warning
light illuminates when the ignition switch
is in the ON position.
WARNING
Driving the vehicle with a warning
light on is dangerous. If the brake
warning light remains on, have the
brakes checked and repaired immediately by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring
System) indicator
Low tire pressure telltale
The low tire pressure telltale comes on
for 3 seconds after the ignition switch is
turned to the "ON" position.
The low tire pressure and position telltales illuminate when one or more of your
tires is significantly underinflated.
The low tire pressure telltale will illuminate after it blinks for approximately one
minute when there is a problem with the
Tire Pressure Monitoring System.
If this occurs, have the system checked
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer as
soon as possible.
For details, refer to the TPMS on chapter 6.
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WARNING - Safe stopping
• The TPMS cannot alert you to
severe and sudden tire damage
caused by external factors.
• If you feel any vehicle instability,
immediately take your foot off the
accelerator, apply the brakes
gradually and with light force,
and slowly move to a safe position off the road.
Features of your vehicle
Shift pattern indicators
(if equipped)
The indicator displays which automatic
transaxle shift lever is selected.
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Charging system warning
Door ajar warning light
This warning light illuminates when a
door is not closed securely.
Tailgate open warning light
D150319AUN
Low washer fluid level
warning indicator
(if equipped)
This warning light indicates the washer
fluid reservoir is nearly empty. Refill the
washer fluid as soon as possible.
D150320ACM
Malfunction indicator lamp
(MIL) (check engine light)
This warning light indicates a malfunction
of either the generator or electrical
charging system.
If the warning light comes on while the
vehicle is in motion:
1. Drive to the nearest safe location.
2. With the engine off, check the generator drive belt for looseness or breakage.
3. If the belt is adjusted properly, a problem exists somewhere in the electrical
charging system. Have an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer correct the problem
as soon as possible.
This warning light illuminates when the
tailgate is not closed securely.
D150318AFD
Low fuel level warning
This warning light indicates the fuel tank
is nearly empty. When it comes on, you
should add fuel as soon as possible.
Driving with the fuel level warning light on
or with the fuel level below “E” can cause
the engine to misfire and damage the
catalytic converter.
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This indicator light is part of the Engine
Control System which monitors various
emission control system components. If
this light illuminates while driving, it indicates that a potential problem has been
detected somewhere in the emission
control system.
This light will also illuminate when the
ignition switch is turned to the ON position, and will go out in a few seconds
after the engine is started. If it illuminates
while driving, or does not illuminate when
the ignition key is turned to the ON position, take your vehicle to your nearest
authorized HYUNDAI dealer and have
the system checked.
Generally, your vehicle will continue to be
drivable, but have the system checked by
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer promptly.
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Features of your vehicle
CAUTION
Prolonged
driving
with
the
Emission
Control
System
Malfunction Indicator Light illuminated may cause damage to the
emission control systems which
could effect drivability and/or fuel
economy.
CAUTION
If the Emission Control System
Malfunction Indicator Light illuminates, potential catalytic converter
damage is possible which could
result in loss of engine power. Have
the Engine Control System inspected as soon as possible by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
ESC (Electronic Stability
Control) indicator
DBC (Downhill brake control) indicator (if equipped)
The ESC indicator will illuminate when
the ignition switch is turned ON, but
should go off after approximately 3 seconds. When the ESC is on, it monitors
the driving conditions. Under normal driving conditions, the ESC indicator will
remain off. When a slippery or low traction condition is encountered, the ESC
will operate, and the ESC indicator will
blink to indicate the ESC is operating.
But, if the ESC system malfunctions the
indicator illuminates and stays on. Take
your vehicle to an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer and have the system checked.
The DBC indicator will illuminate when
the DBC button is pressed and the system is on. When driving down a steep hill
at a speed under 22 mph (35 km/h), the
DBC will operate and the DBC indicator
will blink to indicate the DBC is operating.
ESC OFF indicator
The ESC OFF indicator will illuminate
when the ignition switch is turned ON,
but should go off after approximately 3
seconds. To switch to ESC OFF mode,
press the ESC OFF button. The ESC
OFF indicator will illuminate indicating
the ESC is deactivated.
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If the red indicator illuminates, the DBC
system may have malfunctioned. Take
your vehicle to an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer and have the system checked.
Features of your vehicle
Cruise indicator
(if equipped)
CRUISE indicator
D150327AUN
CRUISE
The indicator illuminates when the cruise
control system is enabled.
The cruise indicator in the instrument
cluster is illuminated when the cruise
control ON-OFF button on the steering
wheel is pushed.
The indicator goes off when the cruise
control ON-OFF button is pushed again.
For more information about the use of
cruise control, refer to “Cruise control
system” in section 5.
Cruise SET indicator
SET
The indicator illuminates when the cruise
control switch (-SET or RES+) is ON.
The cruise SET indicator in the instrument cluster is illuminated when the
cruise control switch (-SET or RES+) is
pushed.
The cruise SET indicator does not illuminate when the cruise control switch
(CANCEL) is pushed or the system is
disengaged.
Key reminder warning chime
(if equipped)
If the driver’s door is opened while the
ignition key is left in the ignition switch
(ACC or LOCK position), the key
reminder warning chime will sound. This
is to prevent you from locking your keys
in the vehicle. The chime sounds until the
key is removed from the ignition switch or
the driver’s door is closed.
AWD system warning light
(if equipped)
When the ignition switch is turned to the
ON position, the AWD indicator will illuminate and then go off in a few seconds.
If the AWD system warning light
illuminates, this indicates that there is a
malfunction in the AWD system. If this
occurs, have your vehicle checked by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon as
possible.
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AWD LOCK indicator
(if equipped)
The AWD LOCK indicator light is illuminated when the AWD LOCK button is
pushed. The purpose of this AWD LOCK
mode is to increase the drive power
when driving on wet pavement, snowcovered roads and/or off-road. The AWD
LOCK indicator light is turned off by
pushing the button again.
CAUTION
Do not use AWD LOCK mode on dry
paved roads or highway, it can
cause noise, vibration or damage of
AWD related parts.
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REARVIEW CAMERA (IF EQUIPPED)
HAZARD WARNING FLASHER
WARNING
OCM040110
• This system is a supplementary
function only. It is the responsibility of the driver to always
check the inside/outside rearview
mirror and the area behind the
vehicle before and while backing
up because there is a dead zone
that can't see through the camera.
• Always keep the camera lens
clean. If the lens is covered with
foreign matter, the camera may
not operate normally.
OCM040090N
The rearview camera will activate when
the back-up light is ON with the ignition
switch ON and the shift lever in the R
(Reverse) position.
This system is a supplemental system
that shows behind the vehicle through
the A/V system while backing-up.
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D180000AUN
The hazard warning flasher should be
used whenever you find it necessary to
stop the car in a hazardous location.
When you must make such an emergency stop, always pull off the road as far
as possible.
The hazard warning lights are turned on
by pushing in the hazard switch. This
causes all turn signal lights to blink. The
hazard warning lights will operate even
though the key is not in the ignition
switch.
To turn the hazard warning lights off,
push the switch a second time.
Features of your vehicle
LIGHTING
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Battery saver function
• The purpose of this feature is to prevent the battery from being discharged. The system automatically
turns off the parking lights when the
driver removes the ignition key and
opens the driver- side door.
• With this feature, the parking lights will
be turned off automatically if the driver
parks on the side of road at night.
If necessary, to keep the lights on
when the ignition key is removed, perform the following :
1) Open the driver-side door.
2) Turn the parking lights OFF and ON
again using the light switch on the
steering column.
CAUTION
If the driver gets out of the vehicle
through other doors (except driver’s door), the battery saver function does not operate. Therefore, it
causes the battery to be discharged. In this case, make sure to
turn off the lamp before getting out
of the vehicle.
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OCM040121
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Lighting control
Parking light position (
)
When the light switch is in the parking
light position (1st position), the tail, position, license and instrument panel lights
are ON.
The light switch has a Headlight and a
Parking light position.
To operate the lights, turn the knob at the
end of the control lever to one of the following positions:
(1) OFF position
(2) Parking light position
(3) Headlight position
(4) Auto light position (if equipped)
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CAUTION
OCM040122
OCM040123
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Headlight position ( )
When the light switch is in the headlight
position (2nd position) the head, tail,
position, license and instrument panel
lights are ON.
Auto light position (if equipped)
When the light switch is in the AUTO light
position, the taillights and headlights will
be turned ON or OFF automatically
depending on the amount of light outside
the vehicle.
✽ NOTICE
The ignition switch must be in the ON
position to turn on the headlights.
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• Never place anything over the
sensor (1) located on the instrument panel. This will ensure better auto-light system control.
• Don’t clean the sensor using a
window cleaner, the cleaner may
leave a light film which could
interfere with sensor operation.
• If your vehicle has window tint or
other types of metallic coating on
the front windshield, the Auto
light system may not work properly.
Features of your vehicle
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High - beam operation
To turn on the high beam headlights,
push the lever away from you. Pull it back
for low beams.
The high-beam indicator will light when
the headlight high beams are switched on.
To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not leave the lights on for a
prolonged time while the engine is not
running.
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Flashing headlights
To flash the headlights, pull the lever
towards you. It will return to the normal
(low-beam) position when released. The
headlight switch does not need to be on
to use this flashing feature.
WARNING
Do not use high beam when there
are other vehicles. Using high
beam could obstruct the other driver's vision.
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D190600AUN
Turn signals and lane change signals
The ignition switch must be on for the
turn signals to function. To turn on the
turn signals, move the lever up or down
(A). Green arrow indicators on the instrument panel indicate which turn signal is
operating.
They will self-cancel after a turn is completed. If the indicator continues to flash
after a turn, manually return the lever to
the OFF position.
To signal a lane change, move the turn
signal lever slightly and hold it in position
(B). The lever will return to the OFF position when released.
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Features of your vehicle
If an indicator stays on and does not
flash or if it flashes abnormally, one of the
turn signal bulbs may be burned out and
will require replacement.
To turn off the fog lights, push the switch
again.
Type A
CAUTION
When in operation, the fog lights
consume large amounts of vehicle
electrical power. Only use the fog
lights when visibility is poor.
✽ NOTICE
If an indicator flash is abnormally quick
or slow, bulb may be burned out or have
a poor electrical connection in the circuit.
OCM052074
Type B
OCM029074N
D190700AFD
Front fog light (if equipped)
Fog lights are used to provide improved
visibility and avoid accidents when visibility is poor due to fog, rain or snow etc.
The fog lights will turn on when the fog
light switch is pushed (the indicator on
the button will illuminate) after the headlight is turned on.
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Features of your vehicle
WIPERS AND WASHERS
Windshield wiper/washer
A : Wiper speed control
· MIST – Single wipe
· OFF – Off
· INT – Intermittent wipe
· LO – Normal wiper speed
· HI – Fast wiper speed
B : Intermittent wipe time adjustment
C : Wash with brief wipes
Rear window wiper/washer
(if equipped)
D : Rear wiper/washer control
·
– Spraying washer fluid
· ON – Normal wipe operation
· OFF – Off
·
– Wash with brief wipes
Windshield wipers
Operates as follows when the ignition
switch is turned ON.
MIST : For a single wiping cycle, push the
lever upward and release it with
the lever in the OFF position. The
wipers will operate continuously if
the lever is pushed upward and
held.
OFF : Wiper is not in operation.
INT : Wiper operates intermittently at the
same wiping intervals. Use this
mode in light rain or mist. To vary
the speed setting, turn the speed
control knob.
LO : Normal wiper speed
HI : Fast wiper speed
✽ NOTICE
If there is heavy accumulation of snow
or ice on the windshield, defrost the
windshield for about 10 minutes, or
until the snow and/or ice is removed
before using the windshield wipers to
ensure proper operation.
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Features of your vehicle
CAUTION
To prevent possible damage to the
washer pump, do not operate the
washer when the fluid reservoir is
empty.
WARNING
OCM040133L
D200200AFD
Windshield washers
In the OFF position, pull the lever gently
toward you to spray washer fluid on the
windshield and to run the wipers 1-3
cycles. Use this function when the windshield is dirty. The spray and wiper operation will continue until you release the
lever. If the washer does not work, check
the washer fluid level. If the fluid level is
not sufficient, you will need to add appropriate non-abrasive windshield washer
fluid to the washer reservoir.
The reservoir filler neck is located in the
front of the engine compartment on the
passenger side.
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Do not use the washer in freezing
temperatures without first warming
the windshield with the defrosters;
the washer solution could freeze on
contact with the windshield and
obscure your vision.
CAUTION
• To prevent possible damage to
the wipers or windshield, do not
operate the wipers when the
windshield is dry.
• To prevent damage to the wiper
blades, do not use gasoline,
kerosene, paint thinner, or other
solvents on or near them.
• To prevent damage to the wiper
arms and other components, do
not attempt to move the wipers
manually.
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D200300AFD
Rear window wiper and washer
switch (if equipped)
The rear window wiper and washer
switch is located at the end of the wiper
and washer switch lever. Turn the switch
to desired position to operate the rear
wiper and washer.
- Spraying washer fluid and wiping
ON - Normal wiper operation
OFF - Wiper is not in operation
- Spraying washer fluid and wiping
Features of your vehicle
INTERIOR LIGHT
D210000AUN
CAUTION
Do not use the interior lights for
extended periods when the engine
is not running.
It may cause battery discharge.
WARNING
Do not use the interior lights when
driving in the dark. Accidents could
happen because the view may be
obscured by interior lights.
OCM029077N
D210100AFD
Map lamp
This light produces a spot beam for convenient use as a map lamp at night or as
a personal lamp for the driver and front
passenger.
•
: Push the switch to turn the
map lamp on or off.
• DOOR : If the map lamp is pressed in,
the light will turn on when the
door is opened and turned off
when the door is closed. To
disable the DOOR mode
press out the switch.
• DOME : Push the switch to turn the
rear room lamp on or off.
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Room lamp
The light will turn on and off as follows if
the switch is pressed.
• ON
: The light turns on and stays on
when the switch is pressed.
The light turns off and stays off
when the switch is pressed
again.
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Features of your vehicle
• DOOR : The light comes on when any
door (or tailgate) is opened
regardless of the ignition switch
position. When doors are
unlocked by the transmitter, the
light comes on for approximately 30 seconds as long as
any door is not opened. The
light goes out gradually after
approximately 30 seconds if
the door is closed. However, if
the ignition switch is ON or all
doors are locked, the light will
turn off immediately.
If a door is opened with the
ignition switch in the ACC or
LOCK position, the light stays
on for about 20 minutes.
However, if a door is opened
with the ignition switch in the
ON position, the light stays on
continuously.
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OXM049136
D210300ACM
Luggage room lamp
• OFF : The light stays off at all times.
• ON
: The light stays on at all times.
• DOOR : The luggage room lamp comes
on when the tailgate is opened.
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OCM040134
Door courtesy lamp
The door courtesy lamp comes ON when
the door is opened to assist entering or
exiting the vehicle. It also serves as a
warning to passing vehicles that the vehicle door is open.
Features of your vehicle
OCM040179
OCM052126
D210500ACM
D210600AUN
Glove box lamp
Vanity mirror lamp (if equipped)
In the ignition switch ACC position, the
glove box lamp comes on when the glove
box is opened.
Opening the lid of the vanity mirror will
automatically turn on the mirror light.
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Features of your vehicle
DEFROSTER
D220000AUN
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the conductors bonded to the inside surface of
the rear window, never use sharp
instruments or window cleaners
containing abrasives to clean the
window.
✽ NOTICE
If you want to defrost and defog on the
front windshield, refer to “Windshield
Defrosting and Defogging” in this section.
OCM040135N
D220100AUN
Rear window defroster
The defroster heats the window to
remove frost, fog and thin ice from the
interior and exterior of the rear window,
while engine is running.
To activate the rear window defroster,
press the rear window defroster button
located in the center facia switch panel.
The indicator on the rear window
defroster button illuminates when the
defroster is ON.
If there is heavy accumulation of snow on
the rear window, brush it off before operating the rear defroster.
The rear window defroster automatically
turns off after approximately 20 minutes
or when the ignition switch is turned off.
To turn off the defroster, press the rear
window defroster button again.
Outside rearview mirror defroster
(if equipped)
If your vehicle is equipped with the outside rearview mirror defrosters, they will
operate at the same time you turn on the
rear window defroster.
Wiper deicer (if equipped)
If your vehicle is equipped with the wiper
deicer, it will operate at the same time
you turn on the rear window defroster.
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Features of your vehicle
MANUAL CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)
1. Fan speed control knob
2. Air conditioning button (if equipped)
3. Mode selection button
4. OFF button
5. Air intake control button
6. Temperature control knob
7. MAX A/C button
8. Front windshield defroster button
9. Rear window defroster button
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Features of your vehicle
Heating and air conditioning
1. Start the engine.
2. Set the mode to the desired position.
For improving the effectiveness of
heating and cooling;
- Heating:
- Cooling:
3. Set the temperature control to the
desired position.
4. Set the air intake control to the outside
(fresh) air position.
5. Set the fan speed control to the
desired speed.
6. If air conditioning is desired, turn the
air conditioning system (if equipped)
on.
OCM040223N
❈ 2nd row outlet vents (E)
• The air flow of the 2nd row outlet vents
is controlled by the front climate control
system and delivered through the
inside air duct of the front doors. If the
door is open or not closed completely,
the air flow of the 2nd row outlet vent is
not delivered properly. Make sure the
front doors are closed completely.
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• The air flow of the 2nd row outlet vents
may be weaker than the instrument
panel vents for the long air duct in the
front doors.
• Close the air vents in cold weather. The
air flow of the 2nd row outlet vents may
cool a little during heating operation.
(Use the 2nd row outlet vents during
cooling operation.)
Features of your vehicle
MAX A/C-Level (B, D, E)
Air flow is directed toward the upper body
and face.
In this mode, the air conditioning and the
recirculated air position will be selected
automatically.
Floor-Level (C, F, A, D)
Most of the air flow is directed to the
floor, with a small amount of the air being
directed to the windshield and side window defrosters.
Floor/Defrost-Level (A, C, D, F)
Face-Level (B, D, E)
OCM040141
Mode selection
The mode buttons control the direction of
the air flow through the ventilation system.
Air can be directed to the floor, dashboard
outlets, or windshield. Six symbols are used
to represent MAX A/C, Face, Bi-Level,
Floor, Floor-Defrost and Defrost air position.
The MAX A/C mode is used to cool the
inside of the vehicle faster.
Air flow is directed toward the upper body
and face. Additionally, each outlet can be
controlled to direct the air discharged
from the outlet.
Most of the air flow is directed to the floor
and the windshield with a small amount
directed to the side window defrosters.
Defrost-Level (A, D)
Bi-Level (B, D, E, C, F)
Air flow is directed towards the face and
the floor.
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Most of the air flow is directed to the
windshield with a small amount of air
directed to the side window defrosters.
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Features of your vehicle
OCM040142
OCM052155A
OCM052154
Instrument panel vents
The outlet vents can be opened or closed
separately using the thumbwheel.
Also, you can adjust the direction of air
delivery from these vents using the vent
control lever as shown.
Temperature control
The temperature control knob allows you
to control the temperature of the air flowing from the ventilation system. To
change the air temperature in the passenger compartment, turn the knob to
the right position for warm and hot air or
left position for cooler air.
Air intake control
The air intake control is used to select
the outside (fresh) air position or recirculated air position.
To change the air intake control position,
press the control button.
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Features of your vehicle
Recirculated air position
With the recirculated air
position selected, air from
the passenger compartment will be drawn through
the heating system and
heated or cooled according
to the function selected.
Outside (fresh) air position
With the outside (fresh) air
position selected, air enters
the vehicle from outside
and is heated or cooled
according to the function
selected.
✽ NOTICE
Prolonged operation of the heater in the
recirculated air position (without air
conditioning selected) may cause fogging
of the windshield and side windows and
the air within the passenger compartment may become stale.
In addition, prolonged use of the air conditioning with the recirculated air position selected will result in excessively dry
air in the passenger compartment.
WARNING
• The continuous use of recirculated air in the climate control system may increase humidity inside
the vehicle, causing the glass to
fog and obscuring visibility.
• Do not sleep in a vehicle with the
air conditioning or heating system
on. It may cause serious harm or
death due to a drop in the oxygen
level and/or body temperature.
• The continuous use of recirculated air in the climate control system can produce drowsiness or
sleepiness, which may result in a
loss of vehicle control. Set the air
intake control to the outside
(fresh) air position as much as
possible while driving.
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OCM052153A
Fan speed control
The ignition switch must be in the ON
position for fan operation.
The fan speed control knob allows you to
control the fan speed of the air flowing
from the ventilation system. To change
the fan speed, turn the knob to the right
for higher speed or left for lower speed.
Pressing the OFF button turns off the
fan.
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Features of your vehicle
System operation
Ventilation
1. Set the mode to the
position.
2. Set the air intake control to the outside
(fresh) air position.
3. Set the temperature control to the
desired position.
4. Set the fan speed control to the
desired speed.
OCM052157A
OCM040229N
Air conditioning (if equipped)
Press the A/C button to turn the air conditioning system on (indicator light will
illuminate). Press the button again to turn
the air conditioning system off.
OFF mode
Press the OFF button to turn off the air
climate control system. However, you can
still operate the mode and air intake buttons as long as the ignition switch is in
the ON position.
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Heating
1. Set the mode to the
position.
2. Set the air intake control to the outside
(fresh) air position.
3. Set the temperature control to the
desired position.
4. Set the fan speed control to the
desired speed.
5. If dehumidified heating is desired, turn
the air conditioning system (if
equipped) on.
• If the windshield fogs up, set the mode
to the
or
position.
Features of your vehicle
Operation Tips
• To keep dust or unpleasant fumes from
entering the vehicle through the ventilation system, temporarily set the air
intake control to the recirculated air
position. Be sure to return the control
to the fresh air position when the irritation has passed to keep fresh air in the
vehicle. This will help keep the driver
alert and comfortable.
• Air for the heating/cooling system is
drawn in through the grilles just ahead
of the windshield. Care should be
taken that these are not blocked by
leaves, snow, ice or other obstructions.
• To prevent interior fog on the windshield, set the air intake control to the
fresh air position and fan speed to the
desired position, turn on the air conditioning system, and adjust the temperature control to desired temperature.
D230503AFD
Air conditioning (if equipped)
All HYUNDAI Air Conditioning Systems
are filled with environmentally friendly
R-134a refrigerant which does not damage to the ozone layer.
1. Start the engine. Push the air conditioning button.
2. Set the mode to the
position.
3. Set the air intake control to the outside
air or recirculated air position.
4. Adjust the fan speed control and temperature control to maintain maximum
comfort.
• When maximum cooling is desired, set
the temperature control to the extreme
left position then set the fan speed
control to the highest speed.
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✽ NOTICE
• When using the air conditioning system, monitor the temperature gauge
closely while driving up hills or in
heavy traffic when outside temperatures are high. Air conditioning system operation may cause engine overheating. Continue to use the blower
fan but turn the air conditioning system off if the temperature gauge indicates engine overheating.
• When opening the windows in humid
weather air conditioning may create
water droplets inside the vehicle.
Since excessive water droplets may
cause damage to electrical equipment,
air conditioning should only be used
with the windows closed.
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Features of your vehicle
Air conditioning system operation tips
• If the vehicle has been parked in direct
sunlight during hot weather, open the
windows for a short time to let the hot
air inside the vehicle escape.
• Use air conditioning to reduce humidity and moisture inside the vehicle on
rainy or humid days.
• During air conditioning system operation, you may occasionally notice a
slight change in engine speed as the
air conditioning compressor cycles.
This is a normal system operation
characteristic.
• Use the air conditioning system every
month only for a few minutes to ensure
maximum system performance.
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• When using the air conditioning system, you may notice clear water dripping (or even puddling) on the ground
under the passenger side of the vehicle. This is a normal system operation
characteristic.
• Operating the air conditioning system
in the recirculated air position provides
maximum cooling, however, continual
operation in this mode may cause the
air inside the vehicle to become stale.
• During cooling operation, you may
occasionally notice a misty air flow
because of rapid cooling and humid air
intake. This is a normal system operation characteristic.
Outside air
Recirculated
air
Blower
Climate control
air filter
Heater core
Evaporator
core
1LDA5047
D230300AFD
Climate control air filter
(if equipped)
The climate control air filter installed
behind the glove box filters the dust or
other pollutants that come into the vehicle from the outside through the heating
and air conditioning system. If dust or
other pollutants accumulate in the filter
over a period of time, the air flow from the
air vents may decrease, resulting in
moisture accumulation on the inside of
the windshield even when the outside
(fresh) air position is selected. If this happens, have the climate control air filter
replaced by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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Features of your vehicle
✽ NOTICE
• Replace the filter according to the
Maintenance Schedule.
If the car is being driven in severe
conditions such as dusty, rough roads,
more frequent climate control air filter inspections and changes are
required.
• When the air flow rate is suddenly
decreased, the system should be
checked at an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
D230400AFD
Checking the amount of air conditioner refrigerant and compressor lubricant
When the amount of refrigerant is low,
the performance of the air conditioning is
reduced. Overfilling also has a bad influence on the air conditioning system.
Therefore, if abnormal operation is
found, have the system inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
✽ NOTICE
It is important when servicing the air
conditioning system that the correct
type and amount of oil and refrigerant is
used. Otherwise, damage to the compressor and abnormal system operation
may occur.
WARNING
The air conditioning system should
be serviced by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer. Improper service
may cause serious injury to the
person performing the service.
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Features of your vehicle
AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)
1. A/C display
2. AUTO (automatic control) button
3. Front blower OFF button
4. Air conditioning button*
5. Driver's temperature control knob
6. Front fan speed control switch
7. Air intake control button
8. Passenger's temperature control knob
9. Mode selection button
10. Dual temperature control selection
button
11. Front windshield defroster button
12. Rear window defroster button
* if equipped
OCM040150N
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Features of your vehicle
OCM052098
Automatic heating and air conditioning
The automatic climate control system is
controlled by simply setting the desired
temperature.
The Full Automatic Temperature Control
(FATC) system automatically controls the
heating and cooling system as follows;
2. Set the temperature switch to the
desired temperature.
If the temperature is set to the lowest
setting (Lo), the air conditioning system will operate continuously.
3. To turn the automatic operation off,
select any button or switch of the following:
• Mode selection button
• Air conditioning button
• Front windshield defroster button
• Air intake control button
• Fan speed control switch
The selected function will be controlled
manually while other functions operate
automatically.
OCM040218
✽ NOTICE
Placing any object over the sensor on
the instrument panel may interfere with
the heating and cooling system.
For your convenience and to improve the
effectiveness of the climate control, use
the AUTO button and set the temperature
to 71°F/22°C.
1. Press the AUTO button. The modes,
fan speeds, air intake and air-conditioning will be controlled automatically
by setting the temperature.
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Features of your vehicle
Manual heating and air conditioning
The heating and cooling system can be
controlled manually by pressing buttons
or turning knob(s) other than the AUTO
button. In this case, the system works
sequentially according to the order of
buttons or knob(s) selected.
1. Start the engine.
2. Set the mode to the desired position.
To improve the effectiveness of heating and cooling;
- Heating:
- Cooling:
3. Set the temperature control to the
desired position.
4. Set the air intake control to the outside
(fresh) air position.
5. Set the fan speed control to the
desired speed.
6. If air conditioning is desired, turn the
air conditioning system on.
Press the AUTO button in order to convert to full automatic control of the system.
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Face-Level
Air flow is directed toward the upper body
and face. Additionally, each outlet can be
controlled to direct the air discharged
from the outlet.
Bi-Level
OCM052104
Mode selection
The mode selection button controls the
direction of the air flow through the ventilation system.
The air flow outlet port is converted as
follows:
Refer to the illustration in the “Manual climate control system”.
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Air flow is directed towards the face and
the floor.
Floor-Level
Most of the air flow is directed to the
floor, with a small amount of the air being
directed to the windshield and side window defrosters.
Floor/Defrost-Level
Most of the air flow is directed to the floor
and the windshield with a small amount
directed to the side window defrosters.
Features of your vehicle
OCM040151N
OCM040142
OCM040230N
Defrost-Level
Most of the air flow is directed to the
windshield with a small amount of air
directed to the side window defrosters.
Instrument panel vents
The outlet vents can be opened or closed
separately using the thumbwheel.
Also, you can adjust the direction of air
delivery from these vents using the vent
control lever as shown.
Temperature control
The temperature will increase to the
maximum (HI) by turning the knob to the
right extremely.
The temperature will decrease to the
minimum (Lo) by turning the knob to the
left extremely.
When turning the knob, the temperature
will increase or decrease by 1°F/0.5°C.
When set to the lowest temperature setting, the air conditioning will operate continuously.
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Features of your vehicle
Adjusting the driver and passenger side
temperature equally
1. Press the DUAL button again to deactivate DUAL mode. The passenger
side temperature will be set to the
same temperature as the driver side.
2. Operate the driver side temperature
control switch. The driver and passenger side temperature will be adjusted
equally.
OCM052148
Adjusting the driver and passenger side
temperature individually
1. Press the DUAL button to operate the
driver and passenger side temperature
individually. Also, if the passenger side
temperature control knob is operated,
it will automatically change to the
DUAL mode as well.
2. Operate the left temperature control to
adjust the driver side temperature.
Operate the right temperature control to
adjust the passenger side temperature.
Temperature conversion
You can switch the temperature mode
between Centigrade to Fahrenheit as follows:
While pressing the MODE button, press
the DUAL button for 3 seconds or more.
The display will change from Fahrenheit
to Centigrade, or from Centigrade to
Fahrenheit.
If the battery has been discharged or disconnected, the temperature mode display will reset to Fahrenheit.
When the driver’s side temperature is set
to the highest (HI) or lowest (Lo) temperature setting, the DUAL mode is deactivated for maximum heating or cooling.
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Outside thermometer
The current outside temperature is displayed in 1°F (1°C) increments. The temperature range is between -40°F ~ 140°F
(-40°C ~ 60°C).
• The outside temperature on the display
may not change immediately like a
general thermometer to prevent the
driver from being inattentive.
Features of your vehicle
Recirculated air position
With the recirculated air
position selected, air from
the passenger compartment will be drawn through
the heating system and
heated or cooled according
to the function selected.
OCM040153
Air intake control
This is used to select the outside (fresh)
air position or recirculated air position.
To change the air intake control position,
push the control button.
Outside (fresh) air position
With the outside (fresh) air
position
selected,
air
enters the vehicle from outside and is heated or
cooled according to the
function selected.
✽ NOTICE
Prolonged operation of the heater in the
recirculated air position (without air
conditioning selected) may cause fogging of the windshield and side windows
and the air within the passenger compartment may become stale.
In addition, prolonged use of the air conditioning with the recirculated air position selected will result in excessively dry
air in the passenger compartment.
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WARNING
• The continuous use of recirculated
air in the climate control system
may increase humidity inside the
vehicle, causing the glass to fog
and obscuring visibility.
• Do not sleep in a vehicle with the
air conditioning or heating system
on. It may cause serious harm or
death due to a drop in the oxygen
level and/or body temperature.
• The continuous use of recirculated
air in the climate control system
can produce drowsiness or sleepiness, which may result in a loss of
vehicle control. Set the air intake
control to the outside (fresh) air
position as much as possible while
driving.
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Features of your vehicle
OCM040154
OCM052103
OCM052099
Fan speed control
The fan speed can be set to the desired
speed by operating the fan speed control
switch.
To change the fan speed, press (
) the
switch for higher speed, or push (
) the
switch for lower speed. To turn the fan
speed control off, press the front blower
OFF button.
Air conditioning
Press the A/C button to turn the air conditioning system on (indicator light will
illuminate).
Press the button again to turn the air
conditioning system off.
OFF mode
Press the front blower OFF button to turn
off the front air climate control system.
However, you can still operate the mode
and air intake buttons as long as the ignition switch is in the ON position.
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Features of your vehicle
System operation
Ventilation
1. Set the mode to the
position.
2. Set the air intake control to the outside
(fresh) air position.
3. Set the temperature control to the
desired position.
4. Set the fan speed control to the
desired speed.
Heating
1. Set the mode to the
position.
2. Set the air intake control to the outside
(fresh) air position.
3. Set the temperature control to the
desired position.
4. Set the fan speed control to the
desired speed.
5. If dehumidified heating is desired, turn
the air conditioning system (if
equipped) on.
• If the windshield fogs up, set the mode
to the
or
position.
Operation Tips
• To keep dust or unpleasant fumes from
entering the vehicle through the ventilation system, temporarily set the air
intake control to the recirculated air
position. Be sure to return the control
to the fresh air position when the irritation has passed to keep fresh air in the
vehicle. This will help keep the driver
alert and comfortable.
• Air for the heating/cooling system is
drawn in through the grilles just ahead
of the windshield. Care should be
taken that these are not blocked by
leaves, snow, ice or other obstructions.
• To prevent interior fog on the windshield, set the air intake control to the
fresh air position and fan speed to the
desired position, turn on the air conditioning system, and adjust the temperature control to desired temperature.
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Air conditioning (if equipped)
All HYUNDAI Air Conditioning Systems
are filled with environmentally friendly
R-134a refrigerant which does not damage to the ozone layer.
1. Start the engine. Push the air conditioning button.
2. Set the mode to the
position.
3. Set the air intake control to the outside
air or recirculated air position.
4. Adjust the fan speed control and temperature control to maintain maximum
comfort.
• When maximum cooling is desired, set
the temperature control to the extreme
left position then set the fan speed
control to the highest speed.
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Features of your vehicle
✽ NOTICE
• When using the air conditioning system, monitor the temperature gauge
closely while driving up hills or in
heavy traffic when outside temperatures are high. Air conditioning system operation may cause engine overheating. Continue to use the blower
fan but turn the air conditioning system off if the temperature gauge indicates engine overheating.
• When opening the windows in humid
weather air conditioning may create
water droplets inside the vehicle.
Since excessive water droplets may
cause damage to electrical equipment,
air conditioning should only be used
with the windows closed.
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Air conditioning system operation tips
• If the vehicle has been parked in direct
sunlight during hot weather, open the
windows for a short time to let the hot
air inside the vehicle escape.
• Use air conditioning to reduce humidity and moisture inside the vehicle on
rainy or humid days.
• During air conditioning system operation, you may occasionally notice a
slight change in engine speed as the
air conditioning compressor cycles.
This is a normal system operation
characteristic.
• Use the air conditioning system every
month only for a few minutes to ensure
maximum system performance.
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• When using the air conditioning system, you may notice clear water dripping (or even puddling) on the ground
under the passenger side of the vehicle. This is a normal system operation
characteristic.
• Operating the air conditioning system
in the recirculated air position provides
maximum cooling, however, continual
operation in this mode may cause the
air inside the vehicle to become stale.
• During cooling operation, you may
occasionally notice a misty air flow
because of rapid cooling and humid air
intake. This is a normal system operation characteristic.
Features of your vehicle
✽ NOTICE
Outside air
Recirculated
air
Blower
Climate control
air filter
Heater core
Evaporator
core
• Replace the filter according to the
Maintenance Schedule.
If the car is being driven in severe
conditions such as dusty, rough roads,
more frequent climate control air filter inspections and changes are
required.
• When the air flow rate is suddenly
decreased, the system should be
checked at an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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D230400AFD
Checking the amount of air conditioner refrigerant and compressor lubricant
When the amount of refrigerant is low,
the performance of the air conditioning is
reduced. Overfilling also has a bad influence on the air conditioning system.
Therefore, if abnormal operation is
found, have the system inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
✽ NOTICE
D230300AFD
It is important when servicing the air
conditioning system that the correct
type and amount of oil and refrigerant is
used. Otherwise, damage to the compressor and abnormal system operation
may occur.
Climate control air filter
(if equipped)
The climate control air filter installed
behind the glove box filters the dust or
other pollutants that come into the vehicle from the outside through the heating
and air conditioning system. If dust or
other pollutants accumulate in the filter
over a period of time, the air flow from the
air vents may decrease, resulting in
moisture accumulation on the inside of
the windshield even when the outside
(fresh) air position is selected. If this happens, have the climate control air filter
replaced by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
WARNING
The air conditioning system should
be serviced by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer. Improper service
may cause serious injury to the
person performing the service.
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Features of your vehicle
WINDSHIELD DEFROSTING AND DEFOGGING
WARNING - Windshield
heating
Do not use the
or
position
during cooling operation in
extremely humid weather. The difference between the temperature of
the outside air and the windshield
could cause the outer surface of
the windshield to fog up, causing
loss of visibility. In this case, set
the mode selection to the
position and fan speed control to the
lower speed.
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• For maximum defrosting, set the temperature control to the extreme
right/hot position and the fan speed
control to the highest speed.
• If warm air to the floor is desired while
defrosting or defogging, set the mode
to the floor-defrost position.
• Before driving, clear all snow and ice
from the windshield, rear window, outside rear view mirrors, and all side windows.
• Clear all snow and ice from the hood
and air inlet in the cowl grill to improve
heater and defroster efficiency and to
reduce the probability of fogging up the
inside of the windshield.
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Manual climate control system
To defog inside windshield
1. Set the fan speed to the desired position.
2. Select desired temperature.
3. Select the
or
position.
4. The outside (fresh) air will be selected
automatically.
If the outside (fresh) air position is not
selected automatically, press the corresponding button manually.
Features of your vehicle
OCM040161N
To defrost outside windshield
1. Set the fan speed to the highest position.
2. Set the temperature to the extreme hot
position.
3. Select the
position.
4. The outside (fresh) air will be selected
automatically.
OCM040162N
Automatic climate control system
To defog inside windshield
1. Set the fan speed to the desired position.
2. Select desired temperature.
3. Press the defroster button (
).
4. The outside (fresh) air position will be
selected automatically.
If the outside (fresh) air position is not
selected automatically, adjust the corresponding button manually. If the
position is selected, lower fan speed is
adjusted to a higher fan speed.
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To defrost outside windshield
1. Set the fan speed to the highest position.
2. Set the temperature to the extreme hot
(HI) position.
3. Press the defroster button (
).
4. The outside (fresh) air position will be
selected automatically.
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Features of your vehicle
CLUSTER IONIZER
(IF EQUIPPED)
Defogging logic
When the air conditioner or heater is on,
the cluster ionizer turns on automatically
as follows:
To reduce the possibility of fogging up
inside of the windshield, the air intake or
air conditioning are controlled automatically according to certain conditions such
as
or
position. To cancel or
return to the defogging logic, do the following.
Clean mode
(CLEAN)
OCM040165N
Automatic climate control system
1. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
2. Select the defroster position by pressing the defroster button (
).
3. While pressing the air conditioning
button (A/C), press the air intake control button (Recirculated air button) at
least 5 times within 3 seconds.
The A/C display blinks 3 times with 0.5
second of interval. It indicates that the
defogging logic is canceled or returned to
the programmed status.
If the battery has been discharged or disconnected, it resets to the defog logic
status.
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ION mode
(ION)
• CLEAN mode
The CLEAN mode deodorizes smells
and cleans the air.
• ION mode
The ION mode cleans the air.
The cycling between CLEAN and ION
modes are performed automatically by
the Automatic Climate Control System to
maintain optimum system performance.
Also, the cluster ionizer turns off automatically, when the air conditioner or
heater is turned off.
Features of your vehicle
STORAGE COMPARTMENT
D270000AUN
These compartments can be used to
store small items required by the driver
or passengers.
CAUTION
• To avoid possible theft, do not
leave valuables in the storage
compartment.
• Always keep the storage compartment covers closed while
driving. Do not attempt to place
so many items in the storage
compartment that the storage
compartment cover can not close
securely.
OCM040224
OCM040214
Center console storage
(if equipped)
D270200BFD
To open the center console storage pull
up the lever.
The glove box can be locked and
unlocked with a master key (if equipped).
To open the glove box, pull the handle
and the glove box will automatically
open. Close the glove box after use.
WARNING - Flammable
materials
Do not store cigarette lighters,
propane cylinders, or other flammable/explosive materials in the vehicle. These items may catch fire
and/or explode if the vehicle is
exposed to hot temperatures for
extended periods.
Glove box
WARNING
To reduce the risk of injury in an accident or sudden stop, always keep the
glove box door closed while driving.
CAUTION
Do not keep food in the glove box
for a long time.
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Features of your vehicle
Front
WARNING
OCM029130
D270300AUN
• Do not keep objects except sunglass inside the sunglass holder.
Such objects can be thrown from
the holder in the event of a sudden stop or an accident, possibly
injuring the passengers in the
vehicle.
• Do not open the sunglass holder
while the vehicle is moving. The
rear view mirror of the vehicle
can be blocked by an open sunglass holder.
OCM051020L
Center
Sunglass holder
To open the sunglass holder, press the
cover and the holder will slowly open.
Place your sunglasses in the compartment door with the lenses facing out.
Push to close.
OCM029021L
Multi box (if equipped)
The multi box can be used for storing
small items.
Front
To open the cover, pull up the lever.
Center
To open the multi box, pull it out.
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Features of your vehicle
Type A
OCM040219
Type B
OCM040225E
D270500AFD
Luggage box (if equipped)
You can place a first aid kit, a reflector triangle, tools, etc. in the box for easy
access.
Grasp the handle on the top of the cover
and lift it.
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Features of your vehicle
INTERIOR FEATURES
WARNING
• Holding the lighter in after it is
heated will cause it to overheat.
• If the lighter does not pop out
within 30 seconds, remove it to
prevent overheating.
CAUTION
OCM040168
D280100AFD
Cigarette lighter
For the cigarette lighter to work, the ignition switch must be in the ACC position
or the ON position.
To use the cigarette lighter, push it all the
way into its socket. When the element
has heated, the lighter will pop out to the
"ready" position.
Do not hold the cigarette lighter pressed
in. This can damage the heating element
and create a fire hazard.
If it is necessary to replace the cigarette
lighter, use only a genuine HYUNDAI
replacement or its approved equivalent.
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Only a genuine HYUNDAI lighter
should be used in the cigarette
lighter socket. The use of plug-in
accessories (shavers, hand-held
vacuums, and coffee pots, for
example) may damage the socket or
cause electrical failure.
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Ashtray
WARNING - Ashtray use
• Do not use the vehicle’s ashtray
as waste receptacles.
• Putting lit cigarettes or matches
in an ashtray with other combustible materials may cause a
fire.
Features of your vehicle
D280300BUN
Cup holder
WARNING - Hot liquids
OCM052127
The front ashtray may be opened by
pressing the ashtray lid. To clean the ashtray, the plastic receptacle should be
removed by lifting the plastic ash receptacle upward and pulling it out.
• Do not place uncovered cups of
hot liquid in the cup holder while
the vehicle is in motion. If the hot
liquid spills, you may burn yourself. Such a burn to the driver
could lead to loss of control of
the vehicle.
• To reduce the risk of personal
injury in the event of sudden stop
or collision, do not place uncovered or unsecured bottles, glasses, cans, etc., in the cup holder
while the vehicle is in motion.
OCM052131
Cups or small beverage cans may be
placed in the cup holders.
WARNING
Keep cans and bottles out of direct
sunlight. Placing them in a hot vehicle can cause them to explode.
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Features of your vehicle
OCM052124
OCM052126
B580C01O
OCM052125
OCM052132
Center (if equipped)
To use the cup holder, pull down the arm
rest and push the open button.
Close the cover after use.
D280400AFD
Sunvisor
Use the sunvisor to shield direct light
through the front or side windows.
To use the sunvisor, pull it downward.
To use the sunvisor for the side window,
pull it downward, unsnap it from the
bracket and swing it to the side.Adjust the
sunvisor extension forward or backward.
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To use the vanity mirror, pull down the
visor and slide the mirror cover.
The ticket holder is provided for holding a
tollgate ticket (if equipped).
Features of your vehicle
CAUTION - Vanity mirror
Power outlet
Front
The power outlet is designed to provide
power for mobile telephones or other
devices designed to operate with vehicle
electrical systems. The devices should
draw less than 10 amps with the engine
running.
lamp (if equipped)
Close the vanity mirror cover
securely and return the sunvisor to
its original position after use. If the
vanity mirror is not closed securely,
the lamp will stay on and could
result in battery discharge.
CAUTION
OCM040171
Center (if equipped)
WARNING
For your safety, do not obstruct your
vision when using the sunvisor.
OCM040172
Rear (if equipped)
OCM040231N
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• Use power outlet only when the
engine is running and remove the
accessory plug after use. Using
the accessory plug for prolonged
periods of time with the engine
off could cause the battery to discharge.
• Only use 12V electric accessories
which are less than 10A in electric capacity.
• Adjust the air-conditioner or
heater to the lowest operating
level when using the power outlet.
• Close the cover when not in use.
• Some electronic devices can
cause electronic interference
when plugged into a vehicle’s
power outlet. These devices may
cause excessive audio static and
malfunctions in other electronic
systems or devices used in your
vehicle.
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Features of your vehicle
CAUTION
OCM039305N
D281300AHM
AC inverter (if equipped)
The AC inverter supplies 115VAC/150W
electric power to operate electric accessories or equipment when the ignition
switch is in the ON position or engine is
running.
The AC inverter is turned on by pushing
in the switch. To turn the AC inverter off,
push the switch again.
✽ NOTICE
When pushing the AC inverter switch,
the switch indicator illumination is
delayed momentarily while the system
conducts a self-check.
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• When not using the AC inverter,
make sure that the switch is
turned off, and is closed the AC
inverter cover.
• Only use the AC inverter when the
engine is running, and remove
the plug from the AC inverter after
using the accessory. Using when
the engine is not running or leaving the accessory plugged in for a
long time may cause the battery
to discharge.
• Do not use electric accessories
or equipment with maximum electric power consumption greater
than 150W (115VAC).
• Some electronic devices can
cause electronic interference
when plugged into the AC inverter. These devices may cause
excessive audio noise and malfunctions in other electronic systems or devices used in your
vehicle.
• Do not use broken electric accessories or equipment, as they may
damage the AC inverter and vehicle's electrical system.
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• Do not use two or more electric
accessories or equipment at the
same time.
• When input voltage is under 11V,
the outlet LED and indicator will
blink, and will automatically turn
off.
WARNING
The AC inverter can be dangerous!
When using the AC inverter, carefully observe the following precautions to avoid serious injuries.
• Do not use heated electric products (coffeepot, toaster, heater,
iron, etc.).
• Do not insert foreign objects into
or touch the AC inverter; you may
get shocked.
• Do not let children operate or
touch the AC inverter.
• When not using the AC inverter,
close the cover.
Features of your vehicle
HOUR (1)
Pressing the “H” button will advance
the time displayed by one hour.
MINUTE (2)
Pressing the “M” button will advance
the time displayed by one minute.
D280603AUN
OCM052116A
D280600AUN
Digital clock (if equipped)
WARNING
Do not adjust the clock while driving. You may lose your steering
control and cause severe personal
injury or accidents.
Whenever the battery terminals or related fuses are disconnected, you must
reset the time.
When the ignition switch is in the ACC or
ON position, the clock buttons operate as
follows:
RESET (3, if equipped)
To clear away minutes, press the “R”
button with your finger, a pencil or similar object. Then the clock will be set
precisely on the hour.
For example, if the “R” button is
pressed while the time is between 9:01
and 9:29, the display will be reset to
9:00.
9:01 ~ 9:29 display changed to 9:00
9:30 ~ 9:59 display changed to 10:00
Display conversion:
To change the 12 hour format to the 24
hour format, press the “R” button for
more than 4 seconds.
For example, if the “R” button is
pressed for more than 4 seconds while
the time is 10:15 p.m., the display will
be changed to 22:15.
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D281400BFD
Aux, USB and iPod®
If your vehicle has an aux and/or
USB(universal serial bus) port or iPod
port, you can use an aux port to connect
audio devices and an USB port to plug in
an USB and also an iPod port to plug in
an iPod.
✽ NOTICE
When using a portable audio device
connected to the power outlet, noise may
occur during playback. If this happens,
use the power source of the portable
audio device.
❈ iPod® is a trademark of Apple Inc.
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Features of your vehicle
Type A
Type B
WARNING
OXM049228
OUN026348
D280800AUN
Clothes hanger (if equipped)
To use the hanger, pull down the upper
portion of hanger.
Floor mat anchor(s) (if equipped)
When using a floor mat on the front floor
carpet, make sure it attaches to the floor
mat anchor(s) in your vehicle. This keeps
the floor mat from sliding forward.
CAUTION
Do not hang heavy clothes, since
those may damage the hook.
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The following must be observed
when installing ANY floor mat to
the vehicle.
• Ensure that the floor mats are
securely attached to the vehicle’s
floor mat anchor(s) before driving
the vehicle.
• Do not use ANY floor mat that
cannot be firmly attached to the
vehicle’s floor mat anchors.
• Do not stack floor mats on top of
one another (e.g. all-weather rubber mat on top of a carpeted floor
mat). Only a single floor mat
should be installed in each position.
IMPORTANT – Your vehicle was
manufactured with driver’s side
floor mat anchors that are
designed to securely hold the
floor mat in place. To avoid any
interference with pedal operation,
HYUNDAI recommends that only
the HYUNDAI floor mat designed
for use in your vehicle be
installed.
Features of your vehicle
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the goods or
the vehicle, care should be taken
when carrying fragile or bulky
objects in the luggage compartment.
WARNING
OCM052133-1
Luggage net (holder)
(if equipped)
To keep items from shifting in the cargo
area, you can use the four holders located in the cargo area to attach the luggage net.
If necessary, contact your authorized
HYUNDAI dealer to obtain a luggage net.
To avoid eye injury, DO NOT overstretch the luggage net. ALWAYS
keep your face and body out of the
luggage net’s recoil path. DO NOT
use the luggage net when the strap
has visible signs of wear or damage.
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D281100AFD
Cargo security screen
(if equipped)
Use the cargo security screen to hide
items stored in the cargo area.
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Features of your vehicle
WARNING
OXM049219
OXM049220
• To use the cargo security screen, pull
the handle backward and insert the
edges into the slots.
When not in use, place the cargo security screen on the lower portion of the
cargo area. (if equipped)
• Do not place objects on the cargo
security screen. Such objects
may be thrown about inside the
vehicle and possibly injure vehicle occupants during an accident
or when braking.
• Never allow anyone to ride in the
luggage compartment. It is
designed for luggage only.
• Maintain the balance of the vehicle and locate the weight as far
forward as possible.
CAUTION
Since the cargo security screen
may be damaged or malformed, do
not put the luggage on it when it is
used.
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Features of your vehicle
EXTERIOR FEATURES
CAUTION
OCM040175
• When carrying cargo on the roof
rack, take the necessary precautions to make sure the cargo does
not damage the roof of the vehicle.
• When carrying large objects on
the roof rack, make sure they do
not exceed the overall roof length
or width.
• When you are carrying cargo on
the roof rack, do not operate the
sunroof (if equipped).
D290100ACM
Roof rack (if equipped)
If the vehicle has a roof rack, you can
load cargo on top of your vehicle.
✽ NOTICE
• The crossbars (if equipped) should be
placed in the proper load carrying
positions prior to placing items onto
the roof rack.
• If the vehicle is equipped with a sunroof, be sure not to position cargo onto
the roof rack in such a way that it could
interfere with sunroof operation.
• When the roof rack is not being used to
carry cargo, the crossbars may need to
be repositioned if wind noise is detected.
WARNING
• The following specification is the
maximum weight that can be
loaded onto the roof rack.
Distribute the load as evenly as
possible across the crossbars (if
equipped) and roof rack and
secure the load firmly.
ROOF
RACK
220 lbs. (100 kg)
EVENLY DISTRIBUTED
Loading cargo or luggage in
excess of the specified weight
limit on the roof rack may damage your vehicle.
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• The vehicle center of gravity will
be higher when items are loaded
onto the roof rack. Avoid sudden
starts, braking, sharp turns,
abrupt maneuvers or high speeds
that may result in loss of vehicle
control or rollover resulting in an
accident.
• Always drive slowly and turn corners carefully when carrying
items on the roof rack. Severe
wind updrafts, caused by passing
vehicles or natural causes, can
cause sudden upward pressure
on items loaded on the roof rack.
This is especially true when carrying large, flat items such as
wood panels or mattresses. This
could cause the items to fall off
the roof rack and cause damage
to your vehicle or others around
you.
• To prevent damage or loss of
cargo while driving, check frequently before or while driving to
make sure the items on the roof
rack are securely fastened.
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Features of your vehicle
AUDIO SYSTEM
✽ NOTICE
If you install an aftermarket HID head
lamp, your vehicle’s audio and electronic device may malfunction.
OHM048154N
Antenna
CAUTION
• Before entering a place with a low
height clearance or a car wash,
remove surely the antenna by
rotating it counterclockwise. If
not, the antenna may be damaged.
• When reinstalling your antenna, it
is important that it is fully tightened and adjusted to the upright
position to ensure proper reception. The antenna can be folded or
removed when parking the vehicle or when loading cargo on the
roof rack.
• When cargo is loaded on the roof
rack, do not place the cargo near
the antenna pole to ensure proper
reception.
D300102AFD
Audio remote control
(if equipped)
The steering wheel audio remote control
button is installed to promote safe driving.
CAUTION
Roof antenna
Your car uses a roof antenna to receive
both AM and FM broadcast signals. This
antenna is a removable type. To remove
the antenna, turn it counterclockwise. To
install the antenna, turn it clockwise.
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OCM040176N
D300200AFD
Do not operate audio remote control buttons simultaneously.
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Features of your vehicle
MODE (1)
Press the button to select Radio, CD
(compact disc), USB or AUX.
The mode button will scroll in this order:
FM1 - FM2 / AM / XM1-XM3 / CD (if loaded)
/ USB (if connected) / AUX (if connected to
AUX input jack)
If the SEEK button is pressed for less
than 0.8 second, it will work as follows in
each mode.
SEEK (
/
) (2)
If the SEEK button is pressed for 0.8 second or more, it will work as follows in
each mode.
CD PLAYER (CDP) mode
It will function as the TRACK UP/DOWN
button.
RADIO mode
It will function as the SEEK select button.
CD CHANGER (CDC) mode
It will function as the TRACK UP/DOWN
button of the CD that is currently playing.
CD PLAYER (CDP) mode
It will function as the FF/REW button.
CD CHANGER (CDC) mode
It will function as the DISC UP/DOWN
button. (If more than one CD is loaded in
the head unit)
FM reception
RADIO mode
It will function as the PRESET STATION
select buttons.
JBM001
VOL (+ / -) (3)
• Press the up button (+) to increase volume.
• Press the down button (-) to decrease
volume.
Detailed information for audio control
buttons is described in the following
pages in this section.
VOICE RECOGNITION (VR) mode (4)
Detailed information is described in the
following pages in this section.
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How car audio works
AM and FM radio signals are broadcast
from transmitter towers located around your
city.They are intercepted by the radio antenna on your car. This signal is then received
by the radio and sent to your car speakers.
When a strong radio signal has reached
your vehicle, the precise engineering of
your audio system ensures the best possible quality reproduction. However, in
some cases the signal coming to your
vehicle may not be strong and clear. This
can be due to factors such as the distance from the radio station, closeness of
other strong radio stations or the presence of buildings, bridges or other large
obstructions in the area.
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Features of your vehicle
AM (MW, LW) reception
FM radio station
JBM002
JBM003
JBM004
AM (MW, LW) broadcasts can be
received at greater distances than FM
broadcasts. This is because AM (MW,
LW) radio waves are transmitted at low
frequencies. These long, low frequency
radio waves can follow the curvature of
the earth rather than travelling straight
out into the atmosphere. In addition, they
curve around obstructions so that they
can provide better signal coverage.
FM broadcasts are transmitted at high
frequencies and do not bend to follow the
earth's surface. Because of this, FM
broadcasts generally begin to fade at
short distances from the station. Also,
FM signals are easily affected by buildings, mountains, or other obstructions.
These can result in certain listening conditions which might lead you to believe a
problem exists with your radio. The following conditions are normal and do not
indicate radio trouble:
• Fading - As your car moves away from
the radio station, the signal will weaken
and sound will begin to fade. When this
occurs, we suggest that you select
another stronger station.
• Flutter/Static - Weak FM signals or
large obstructions between the transmitter and your radio can disturb the
signal causing static or fluttering noises to occur. Reducing the treble level
may lessen this effect until the disturbance clears.
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Features of your vehicle
Satellite radio reception
You may experience problems in receiving XM™ satellite radio signals in the following situations.
JBM005
SATELITE2
• Station Swapping - As a FM signal
weakens, another more powerful signal near the same frequency may
begin to play. This is because your
radio is designed to lock onto the
strongest signal. If this occurs, select
another station with a stronger signal.
• Multi-Path Cancellation - Radio signals
being received from several directions
can cause distortion or fluttering. This
can be caused by a direct and reflected signal from the same station, or by
signals from two stations with close
frequencies. If this occurs, select
another station until the condition has
passed.
• If you are driving in an area with tall
trees that block the signal(30ft./10m or
more), for example on an road that
goes through a dense forrset.
• The signal can become weak in some
areas that are not covered by the
repeater station network.
SATELITE1
• If you are driving in a tunnel or a covered parking area.
• If you are driving beneath the top level
of a multi-level freeway.
• If you drive under a bridge.
• If you are driving next to a tall vehicle
(such as a truck or a bus) that block the
signal.
• If you are driving in a valley where the
surrounding hills or peaks block the
signal from the satellite.
• If you are driving on a mountain road
where is blocked by mountains.
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Please note that there may be other
unforeseen circumstances when there
are problems with the reception of the
XM™ satellite radio signal.
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Features of your vehicle
Using a cellular phone or a twoway radio
When a cellular phone is used inside the
vehicle, noise may be produced from the
audio equipment. This does not mean
that something is wrong with the audio
equipment. In such a case, use the cellular phone at a place as far as possible
from the audio equipment.
CAUTION
When using a communication system such as cellular phone or a
radio set inside the vehicle, a separate external antenna may be needed. When a cellular phone or a radio
set is used with an internal antenna
alone, it may interfere with the vehicle's electrical system and adversely affect safe operation of the vehicle.
WARNING
Don't use a cellular phone when
you are driving. You must stop at a
safe place to use a cellular phone.
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Care of disc (if equipped)
• If the temperature inside the car is too
high, open the car windows for ventilation
before using your car audio.
• It is illegal to copy and use MP3/WMA/
AAC/WAVE files without permission.
Use CDs that are created only by lawful
means.
• Do not apply volatile agents such as
benzene and thinner, normal cleaners
and magnetic sprays made for analogue disc onto CDs.
• To prevent the disc surface from getting damaged. Hold and carry CDs by
the edges or the edges of the center
hole only.
• Clean the disc surface with a piece of
soft cloth before playback (wipe it from
the center to the outside edge).
• Do not damage the disc surface or
attach pieces of sticky tape or paper
onto it.
• Make sure on undesirable matter other
than CDs are inserted into the CD
player (Do not insert more than one
CD at a time).
• Keep CDs in their cases after use to
protect them from scratches or dirt.
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• Depending on the type of CD-R/CDRW CDs, certain CDs may not operate
normally according to manufacturing
companies production and recording
methods. In some circumstances, if
you still continue to use those CDs,
they may cause the malfunction of your
car audio system.
✽ NOTICE - Playing an
Incompatible Copy-Protected
Audio CD
Some copy protected CDs, which do not
comply with the international audio CD
standards (Red Book), may not play on
your car audio. Please note that if you
try to play copy protected CDs and the
CD player does not perform correctly
the CDs maybe defective, not the CD
player.
Features of your vehicle
RADIO, SET UP, VOLUME, AUDIO CONTROL
■ PA910
1. Power ON/OFF Button & Volume Control
Knob
2. FM Selection Button
3. AM Selection Button
4. Automatic Channel Selection Button
5. Preset Button
6. SCAN Button
7. SETUP Button
■ PA960
8. Manual Channel Selector & Sound
Quality Control Knob
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Features of your vehicle
■ PA965
1. Power ON/OFF Button & Volume Control
Knob
4. Automatic Channel Selection Button
5. Preset Button
6. SCAN Button
7. SETUP Button
8. Manual Channel Selector & Sound
Quality Control Knob
9. FM/AM Selection Button
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Features of your vehicle
1. Power ON/OFF Button & Volume
Control Knob
4. Automatic Channel Selection
Button
Turns the radio ON/OFF when the IGNITION SWITCH is on ACC or ON. If the
button is turned to the right, it increases
the volume and left, decreases the volume.
• When the [SEEK
] button is pressed,
it increases the band frequency to automatically select channel. Stops at the
previous frequency if no channel is
found.
• When the [TRACK
] button is pressed, it reduces the band frequency to
automatically select channel. Stops at
the previous frequency if no channel is
found.
2. FM Selection Button
(Non RSE Version)
Turns to FM mode and toggles FM1 and
FM2 when the button is pressed each
time. FM1 or FM2 is displayed on the
LCD.
3. AM Selection Button
(Non RSE Version)
Pressing the [AM] button selects the AM
band. AM Mode is displayed on the LCD.
5. Preset Button
7. SETUP Button
Press this button to turn to the adjustment mode option.
If no action is taken for 5 seconds after
pressing the button, it will return to the
previous play mode. (After entering
SETUP mode, move between items
using the left, right and PUSH functions
of the [TUNE] knob.)
■ PA910 (SINGLE CD RADIO)
The setup change in the order of
SCROLL ➟ SDVC ➟ PHONE ➟ RETURN
➟ P.BASS ➟ XM...
Push [1]~[6] buttons less than 0.8 second to play the channel saved in each
button. Push Preset button for 0.8 second or longer to save current channel to
the respective button with a beep.
■ PA960/PA965 (CD CHANGER RADIO)
The setup changes in the order of
SCROLL ➟ SURROUND ➟ PHONE ➟
XM...
6. SCAN Button
• SCROLL
This function is used to display characters longer than the LCD text display and
can be turned ON/OFF through the
SEARCH/ENTER (AUDIO/TUNE) button.
If this button is pressed, the frequencies
will become increased and receive the
corresponding broadcasts. This function
will play the frequencies for 5 seconds
(XM MODE:10 seconds) each and find
other broadcasts as the frequency
increases.
Press the button again when desiring to
continue listening to the currently playing
broadcast.
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Features of your vehicle
• RETURN
This function displays the previous
MODE screen.
8. Manual Channel Selector &
Sound Quality Control Knob
(SEARCH/ENTER, AUDIO/
TUNE)
• SDVC (SPEED DEPENDENT
VOLUME CONTROL)
This function automatically adjusts the
volume level according to the speed of
the vehicle and can be turned ON/OFF
through the SEARCH/ENTER (AUDIO/
TUNE) button.
Turn this control while listening to a radio
channel to manually adjust frequency.
Turn clockwise to increase frequency
and counterclockwise to reduce frequency.
Pressing the button changes the BASS,
MIDDLE, TREBLE, FADER and BALANCE TUNE mode. The mode selected
is shown on the display. After selecting
each mode, rotate the Audio control knob
clockwise or counterclockwise.
• P.BASS (POWER BASS)
Based on psychoacoustic technology,
this technology overcomes BASS limitations which may occur due to the limited
number and size of speakers to offer
dynamic BASS sound quality. It is possible to adjust in 3 levels of
LOW/MID/HIGH.
OFF ➟ LOW ➟ MID ➟ HIGH
Modes: CD/FM/AUX/IPOD/USB (excluding MW, LW Mode)
BASS Control
To increase the BASS, rotate the knob
clockwise, while to decrease the BASS,
rotate the knob counterclockwise.
MIDDLE Control
To increase the MIDDLE, rotate the knob
clockwise, while to decrease the MIDDLE, rotate the knob counterclockwise.
TREBLE Control
To increase the TREBLE, rotate the knob
clockwise, while to decrease the TREBLE, rotate the knob counterclockwise.
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FADER Control
Turn the control knob clockwise to
emphasize rear speaker sound (front
speaker sound will be attenuated). When
the control knob is turned counterclockwise, front speaker sound will be emphasized (rear speaker sound will be attenuated).
BALANCE Control
Rotate the knob clockwise to emphasize
right speaker sound (left speaker sound
will be attenuated). When the control
knob is turned counter clockwise, left
speaker sound will be emphasized (right
speaker sound will be attenuated).
9. FM/AM Selection Button
(RSE Version)
Turns to FM or AM mode, and toggles in
the order of FM1➟ FM2➟ AM➟ FM1...
when the button is pressed each time.
Features of your vehicle
CDP, AUX
■ PA910
1. CD Loading Slot
2. CD Eject Button
3. INFO Button
4. Automatic Track Selection Button
5. RANDOM Play Button
6. REPEAT Button
7. CD/AUX Selection Button
8. CD Indicator (SINGLE CD RADIO)
■ PA960
9. Folder Moving Button
10. Search/ENTER Button
11. SCAN Play Button
12. DISC Selection Button (6 CD RADIO)
13. CD LOAD Button (6 CD RADIO)
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Features of your vehicle
■ PA965
1. CD Loading Slot
2. CD Eject Button
3. INFO Button
4. Automatic Track Selection Button
5. RANDOM Play Button
6. REPEAT Button
7. CD/AUX/RSE Selection Button
9. Folder Moving Button
10. Search/ENTER Button
11. SCAN Play Button
12. DISC Selection Button
13. CD LOAD Button
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Features of your vehicle
1. CD Loading Slot
Please face printed side of CD upward and
gently push in. When the ignition switch is
on ACC or ON and power is off, power is
automatically turned on if the CD is
loaded. This CDP supports only 12cm
CDs. If a VCD or Data CD is loaded,
"Reading Error" message will appear and
the CD will be ejected.
2. CD Eject Button
Push
button for less than 0.8 seconds
to eject the CD during CD playback. This
button is enabled when ignition switch is
off.
• ALL EJECT(CDC Only)
Press this button for more than 0.8 seconds to eject all discs inside the deck in
respective order.
3. INFO Button
Displays the information of the current
CD TRACK(FILE) as below when the
button is pressed each time.
• CDDA : DISC TITLE ➟ DISC ARTIST ➟
TRACK TITLE ➟ TRACK ARTIST ➟ TOTAL
TRACK...
• MP3/WMA : FILE NAME ➟ TITLE ➟
ARTIST ➟ ALBUME ➟ FOLDER NAME
➟ TOTAL FILE... (not displayed if the
information is not available on the
DISC.)
4. Automatic Track Selection
Button
• Push [TRACK
] button for less than
0.8 second to play from the beginning
of current song.
• Push [TRACK
] button for less than
0.8 second and press again within 1
second to play the previous song.
• Push [TRACK
] button for 0.8 or
longer to initiate reverse direction high
speed sound search of current song.
• Push [SEEK
] button for less than
0.8 second to play the next song.
• Push [SEEK
] button for 0.8 or
longer to initiate high speed sound
search of current song.
5. RANDOM Play Button
Press this button for less than 0.8 second
to activate ‘RDM’ mode and more than
0.8 seconds to activate ‘ALL RDM’ mode.
• RDM : Only files/tracks in a folder/disc
are played back in a random sequence.
• ALL RDM(MP3/WMA Only) : All files in
a disc are played back in the random
sequence.
6. REPEAT Button
Press this button for less than 0.8 second
to activate ‘RPT’ mode and more than 0.8
seconds to activate ‘FLD RPT’ mode.
• RPT : Only a track(file) is repeatedly
played back.
• FLD RPT(MP3/WMA Only) : Only files
in a folder are repeatedly played back.
7. CD or CD/AUX or CD/AUX/RSE
Selection Button
• CD Selection Button
If the CD is loaded, turns to CD mode.
If no CD, it displays "NO Disc" for 3
seconds and returns to the previous
mode.
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Features of your vehicle
• CD/AUX Selection Button
If an auxiliary device is connected, it
switches to the AUX mode from the
other mode to play the sound from the
auxiliary player. If the CD is loaded,
turns to CD mode, and if a device is
connected to AUX then it toggles
CD➟AUX➟CD... when the button is
pressed each time (It will not turn to
AUX if the auxiliary device is not connected). If no CD or auxiliary device is
connected, it displays "NO Media" for 3
seconds and returns to the previous
mode.
• CD/AUX/RSE Selection Button
If the auxiliary device is connected, it
switches to the AUX mode from the
other mode to play the sound from the
auxiliary player. If the CD is loaded,
turns to CD mode, and if a device is
connected to AUX and there is a CD in
the RSE then it toggles:
CD➟AUX➟RSE➟CD... when the button is pressed each time (It will not turn
to AUX and RSE if the auxiliary device
is not connected and there is no CD in
the RSE).
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If no CD, and auxiliary device is not
connected, it displays "NO Media" for 3
seconds and returns to the previous
mode.
8. CD Indicator (CDP Only)
When car ignition switch is ACC or ON
and if the CD is loaded, this indicator is
lighted. If the CD is ejected the light is
turned off.
9. Folder Moving Button
• Moves [FOLDER
] button child folder of the current folder and displays the
first song in the folder. Press TUNE/
ENTER knob to move to the folder displayed. It will play the first song in the
folder.
• Moves [CAT ], [PTY ], [FOLDER ]
button parent folder and displays the
first song in the folder. Press
TUNE/ENTER knob to move to the
folder displayed.
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10. Search/ENTER Button
Turn this button clockwise to display the
songs next to the currently played song.
Turn the button counterclockwise to display the songs before the currently
played song. Press the button to skip and
play the selected song.
11. SCAN Play Button
Plays first 10 seconds of each song in
the DISC. To cancel the mode, press the
button once again.
12. DISC Selection Button
• [DISC
] Change Button changes
disc to the previous disc.
• [DISC
] Change Button changes
disc to the next disc.
13. CD LOAD Button
Push [LOAD] button to load CDs to available CDC deck (from 1~6). Push [LOAD]
button for more than 2 seconds to load
into all available decks. The last CD will
play. 10 seconds idle status will disable
loading process.
Features of your vehicle
CAUTION IN USING
USB DEVICE
• To use the external USB device,
make sure the device is not
mounted when starting up the
vehicle. Mount the device after
starting up.
• If you start the vehicle when the
USB device is mounted, it may
damage the USB device. (USB
flashdrives are very sensitive to
electric shock.)
• If the vehicle is started up or
turned off while the external USB
device is connected, the external
USB device may not work.
• It may not play inauthentic MP3 or
WMA files.
1) It can only play MP3 files with
the compression rate between
8Kbps~320Kbps.
2) It can only play WMA music
files with the compression rate
between 8Kbps~320Kbps.
• Take cautions for static electricity
when mounting or dismounting
the external USB device.
• Encoded MP3 PLAYER is not recognizable.
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• Depending on the condition of
the external USB device, the connected external USB device can
be unrecognizable.
• When the formatted byte/sector
setting of External USB devices is
not either 512BYTE or 2048BYTE,
then the device will not be recognized.
• Only use an USB device formatted to FAT 12/16/32.
• USB device without USB IF authentication may not be recognizable.
• Make sure the USB connection
terminal does not come in contact
with the human body or any
object.
• If you repeat mounting or dismounting USB device in a short
period of time, it may break the
device.
• You might hear strange noise
when mounting or dismounting a
USB device.
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• If you dismount the external USB
device during playback in USB
mode, the external USB device can
be damaged or malfunction.
Therefore, mount the external USB
device when the engine is turned
off or in another mode.
• Depending on the type and capacity of the external USB device or
the type of the files stored in the
device, there may be a difference
in the time taken for recognition of
the device. It may be necessary to
wait for a moment.
• Do not use the USB device for purposes other than playing music
files.
• Use of USB accessories such as
the recharger or heater using USB
I/F may lower the performance or
cause trouble.
• If you use devices such as the
USB hub you purchased separately, the vehicle’s audio system may
not recognize the USB device.
Connect the USB device directly
to the multimedia terminal of the
vehicle.
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Features of your vehicle
(Continued)
• If the USB device is divided by
logical drives, only the music files
on the highest-priority drive are
recognized by car audio.
• Devices such as MP3 Player/
Cellular phone/Digital camera
that are not recognizable by standard USB I/F may be unrecognized by the system.
• USB devices other than standardized goods (METAL COVER TYPE
USB) can be unrecognizable.
• USB flash memory reader (such
as CF, SD, microSD, etc.) or external-HDD type devices and be
unrecognizable.
• Music files protected by DRM
(DIGITAL RIGHTS MANAGEMENT)
are not recognizable.
• The data in the USB memory may
lost while using this AUDIO, It is
recommended to back up important data on a personal computer
or storage device.
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• Please avoid using USB memory
products which can be used as
key chains or cellular phone
accessories as they could cause
damage to the USB jack. Please
make certain only to use plug
type connector products as
shown below.
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Features of your vehicle
USING USB
■ PA910
1. INFO Selection Button
2. Track Moving Button
3. RANDOM Playback Button
4. REPEAT Button
5. USB Selection Button
6. Folder Moving Button
7. Search/ENTER Button
8. SCAN Selection Button
■ PA960
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■ PA965
1. INFO Selection Button
2. Track Moving Button
3. RANDOM Playback Button
4. REPEAT Button
5. USB Selection Button
6. Folder Moving Button
7. Search/ENTER Button
8. SCAN Selection Button
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Features of your vehicle
1. INFO Selection Button
Displays the information of the file currently played in the order of FILE NAME
➟ TITLE➟ ARTIST➟ ALBUM➟ FOLDER➟
TOTAL FILE➟NORMAL DISPLAY➟FILE
NAME➟... (Displays no information if the
file has no song information.)
2. Track Moving Button
• Press the [TRACK
] button for less
than 0.8 second to play from the beginning of the song currently played.
Press the button for less than 0.8 second and press it again within 1 second
to move and play the previous track.
Press the button for 0.8 second or
longer to play the song in reverse
direction in fast speed.
• Press the [SEEK
] button for less
than 0.8 second to move to the nexttrack. Press the button for 0.8 second
or longer to play the song in forward
direction in fast speed.
• RDM : Only files in a folder are played
back in a random sequence.
• ALL RDM : All files in a USB memory
are played back in the random sequence.
4. REPEAT Button
Press this button for less than 0.8 seconds to activate 'RPT' mode and more
than 0.8 seconds to activate 'FLD RPT'
mode.
• RPT : Only a file is repeatedly played
back.
• FLD RPT : Only files in a folder are
repeatedly played back.
5. USB Selection Button
If USB is connected, it switches to the
USB mode from the other mode to play
the song files stored in the USB. If no CD
and auxiliary device is not connected, it
displays "NO Media" for 3 seconds and
returns to the previous mode.
6. Folder Moving Button
• Moves [FOLDER
] button child folder
of the current folder and displays the first
song in the folder. Press TUNE/ ENTER
knob to move to the folder displayed. It
will play the first song in the folder.
• Moves [CAT
] button parent folder
and displays the first song in the folder.
Press TUNE/ENTER knob to move to
the folder displayed
7. Search/ENTER Button
Turn this button clockwise to display the
songs next to the currently played song.
Turn the button counterclockwise to display the songs before the currently
played song. Press the button to skip and
play the selected song.
8. SCAN Selection Button
Plays 10 seconds of each song in the
USB device. Press the button once again
to cancel scanning.
3. RANDOM Playback Button
Press this button for less than 0.8 seconds to activate 'RDM' mode and more
than 0.8 seconds to activate 'ALL RDM'
mode.
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Features of your vehicle
RUNNING iPod ®
■ PA910
1. INFO Selection Button
2. Track Moving Button
3. RANDOM Playback Button
4. REPEAT Button
5. iPod Selection Button
6. Category Selection Button
7. Search/ENTER Button
■ PA960
❈ iPod ® is a trademark of Apple Inc.
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■ PA965
1. INFO Selection Button
2. Track Moving Button
3. RANDOM Playback Button
4. REPEAT Button
5. iPod Selection Button
6. Category Selection Button
7. Search/ENTER Button
❈ iPod ® is a trademark of Apple Inc.
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Features of your vehicle
When using an iPod with the exclusive
cable: Connect the exclusive cable to the
multiple terminal in the lower center area
to the right hand side of the cigarette
lighter. When the iPod is connected, the
'iPod' icon will be displayed on the top left
corner of the display screen.
❈ Exclusive cable : Allows radio system
and iPod to be integrated together.
1. INFO Selection Button
Displays the information of the file currently played in the order of TITLE➟
ARTIST➟ALBUM➟NORMAL DISPLAY➟
TITLE➟... (Displays no information if the
file has no song information.)
2. Track Moving Button
• Press the [TRACK
] button for less
than 0.8 second to play from the beginning of the song currently played.
Press the button for less than 0.8 second and press it again within 1 second
to move and play the previous track.
Press the button for 0.8 second or
longer to play the song in reverse
direction in fast speed.
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• Press the [SEEK
] button for less
than 0.8 second to move to the next
track. Press the button for 0.8 second
or longer to play the song in forward
direction in fast speed.
3. RANDOM Playback Button
Press the button for less than 0.8 second
to activate or deactivate the random playback of the songs within the current category. Press the button for longer than
0.8 second to randomly play all songs in
the entire album of the iPod. Press the
button once again to cancel the mode.
4. REPEAT Button
Repeats the song currently played.
5. iPod Selection Button
If iPod is connected, the audio switches
to the iPod mode from the CD mode to
play the song files stored in the iPod. If no
CD and auxiliary device is connected, it
displays "NO Media" for 3 seconds and
returns to the previous mode.
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6. Menu/Category Selection
Button
The menu button(preset 6) allows you to
see what category you are currently in
the iPod. The menu button along with the
Search/ENTER button will allow you to
select from the following list:
Songs, Composers, Playlists, Artists,
Albums, Genres.
7. Search/ENTER Button
When you turn the button clockwise or
counterclockwise, it will scroll to various
categories: songs, composers, playlists,
artists, albums, genres.
When you press ENTER on a desired
category, you can scroll through the list
of items in that category by turning the
button clockwise, or counterclockwise.
If you want to listen to the song displayed
in the song category, press the button,
when you have arrived at an item you
want to select within a category press the
ENTER button. Then it will skip to the
selected song and begin to play.
Features of your vehicle
✽ NOTICE FOR USING iPod®
DEVICE
• Some iPod models might not support the communication protocol
and the files will not be played.
(iPod models supported: Mini, 4G,
Photo, Nano, 5G)
• The order of search or playback of
songs in the iPod can be different
from the order searched in the
audio system.
• If the iPod crashes due to its own
trouble, reset iPod. (Reset: Refer to
iPod manual)
• iPod may not operate normally on
low battery.
CAUTION IN USING
iPod® DEVICE
• You need the power cable exclusive for iPod in order to operate
iPod with the buttons on the audio
system. The PC cable provided by
Apple may cause malfunction and
do not use it for vehicle use.
• When connecting the device with
iPod cable, push in the jack fully
not to interfere with communication.
• When adjusting the sound effects
of iPod and the audio system, the
sound effects of both devices will
overlap each and might cause,
reduce, or distort the quality of
the sound.
• Deactivate (turn off) the equalizer
function of iPod when adjusting
the audio system’s volume, and
turn off the equalizer of the audio
system when using the equalizer
of iPod.
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• When the iPod cable is connected,
the system can be switched to the
AUX mode even without the iPod
device and can cause noise.
Disconnect iPod cable when you
are not using the iPod device.
• When the iPod is not used at
audio system, iPod cable has to
be separate from iPod device.
Origin display of iPod may not be
displayed.
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Features of your vehicle
■ PA910
1. XM Selection Button
2. INFO Button
3. Automatic Channel Selection Button
4. SCAN Button
5. CATEGORY Search Button
6. Manual Channel Selection Button
7. Preset Button
■ PA960
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■ PA965
1. XM Selection Button
2. INFO Button
3. Automatic Channel Selection Button
4. SCAN Button
5. CATEGORY Search Button
6. Manual Channel Selection Button
7. Preset Button
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Features of your vehicle
1. XM Selection Button
Turns to XM Satellite Radio Mode. XM
mode toggles in order to XM1➟XM2➟
XM3➟XM1... when the button is pressed
each time.
2. INFO Button
Displays the information of the current
channel in the order of Artist/Song title➟
Category/Channel name➟Current Play
Channel➟ Artist/Song title➟ Category/
Channel name... when the button is
pressed each time.
If the whole text information on the display can not be seen, rotate the TUNE
button to see the next page.
3. Automatic Channel Selection
Button
• Push [TRACK
] button for less than
0.8 second to select previous channel.
• Push [TRACK
] button for 0.8 second or longer to continuously move to
previous channel.
• Push [SEEK
] button for less than
0.8 second to select next channel.
• Push [SEEK
] button for 0.8 second
or longer to continuously move to next
channel.
• Radio ID : Seek or Tune to XM channel
0 to display the Radio ID.
4. SCAN Button
Press to hear a brief 10 seconds sampling of all channel. To cancel the scan
mode, press
the button once again.
5. CATEGORY Search Button
• Push [FOLDER
] button to search
previous category.
• Push [CAT
] button to search next
category. To listen to the displayed category, press the TUNE/SETUP button.
To scan channel in displayed category,
press the scan button. To search channel in displayed category, press seek
buttons or turn the tune button clockwise/counterclockwise.(CATEGORY
icon is will be turned on in Category
mode)
6. Manual Channel Selection Button
While listening to XM broadcast, rotate
this control to the right or left to search
other channels while listening to current
channel. (Turn to the right to search higher channels and left, lower channels)
7. Preset Button
Push [1]~[6] buttons less than 0.8 second to play the channel saved in each
button. Push Preset button for 0.8 second or longer to save current channel to
the respective button with a beep.
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DVDP
■ PA965
1. TRACK UP/DOWN Button
2. RSE Selection Button
3. RSE Hold and RSE Power Of
4. Folder Moving Button
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Features of your vehicle
RSE (Rear Seat Entertainment)
An auxiliary device must be connected
to, or a DVD loaded into the RSE unit in
rear seat area before the RSE/AUX button on the radio can be activated.
1. TRACK UP/DOWN Button
• Push [TRACK
] button for less than
0.8 second to play from the beginning
of current song.
• Push [TRACK
] button for less than
0.8 second and press again within 1
second to play the previous song.
• Push [TRACK
] button for 0.8 second or longer to initiate reverse direction high speed sound search of current song.
• Push [SEEK
] button for less than
0.8 second to play the next song.
• Push [SEEK
] button for 0.8 second
or longer to initiate high speed sound
search of current song.
3. RSE Hold and RSE Power Off
If you press and hold this button for less
than 0.8 second, the LED of the button
will light and RSE unit will be locked. If
you press and hold this button for more
than 0.8 second, RSE unit will be turned
off with a beep and [RSE] will disappear
from LCD.
4. Folder Moving Button
• Press [FOLDER
] button to play the
previous track.
• Press [CAT
] button to play the next
track.
CAUTION IN USING
RSE DEVICE
When listening to the CD on the
H/UNIT in RSE, the mode cannot be
converted to USB on the H/UNIT and
will be displayed on the LCD.
2. RSE Selection Button
When you press this button, the system
will switch to RSE mode and you will be
able to listen to the source played in the
RSE unit. (If RSE unit has no disc, can
not select)
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BLUETOOTH® WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY PHONE OPERATION (IF EQUIPPED)
■ General Features
✽ NOTICE
1
2
3
4
1. VOLUME button : Raises or lowers
speaker volume.
2.
button : Activates voice recognition.
3.
button : Places and transfers calls.
4.
button : Ends calls or cancels functions.
• This
audio
system
supports
Bluetooth® wireless technology and
stereo-headset features.
- HANDS-FREE feature: Making or
receiving calls wirelessly through
voice recognition.
- STEREO-HEADSET feature: Playing
music from cellular phones (that supports A2DP feature) wirelessly.
• Voice recognition engine of the
Bluetooth® wireless technology system supports 3 types of languages:
English
Canadian French
US Spanish
• The phone must be paired to the system before using Bluetooth® wireless
technology features.
• Only one selected (linked) cellular
phone can be used with the system at a
time.
• Some phones are not fully compatible
with this system.
• The Bluetooth® wireless technology
word mark and logos are registered
trademarks owned by Bluetooth®
wireless technology SIG, Inc. and any
use of such marks by Hyundai is
under license. A Bluetooth enabled cell
phone is required to use Bluetooth®
wireless technology.
is Bluetooth® wireless
technology ?
■ What
Bluetooth® wireless technology allows
multiple devices to be connected in a
short range, low-powered devices like
hands-free, stereo headset, wireless
remocon, etc. For more information, visit the
Bluetooth® wireless technology website at
www.Bluetooth.com
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■
Bluetooth® wireless technology
Language Setting
The system language can be changed by
the following steps:
1. Power on the audio system with the
volume set to an audible level.
2. Press and hold
button on the
steering wheel until the audio displays
“Please Wait”.
- The Bluetooth® wireless technology
system will reply in currently selected
language that it is changing to the next
language.
- System language cycles between English,
Canadian French and US Spanish.
- Press and hold the
button on the
steering wheel for over 10 seconds.
3. When completed, the audio display
returns to normal.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for the next language selection.
■
Receiving a Phone Call
When receiving a phone call, a ringtone
is audible from speakers and the audio
system changes into telephone mode.
When receiving a phone call, “Incoming
call” message and incoming phone number (if available) are displayed on the
audio.
• To Answer a Call:
- Press
button on the steering wheel.
• To Reject a Call:
- Press
button on the steering wheel.
• To Adjust Ring Volume:
- Use VOLUME buttons on the steering
wheel.
• To Transfer a Call to the Phone (Secret
Call):
- Press and hold
button on the
steering wheel until the audio system
transfers a call to the phone.
NOTE:
The phone needs to be paired again
after changing system language.
- Avoid resting your thumb or finger
on the
button as the language
could unintentionally change.
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■ Talking
on the Phone
When talking on the phone, “Active Call”
message and the other party’s phone
number (if available) are displayed on the
audio.
• To Finish a Call
- Press
button on the steering wheel.
✽ NOTICE
In the following situations, you or the
other party may have difficulty hearing
each other:
1. Speaking at the same time, your voice
may not reach each other parties. (This
is not a malfunction.) Speak alternately with the other party on the phone.
2. Keep the Bluetooth® wireless technology volume to a low level. High-level
volume may result in distortion and
echo.
3. When driving on a rough road.
4. When driving at high speeds.
5. When the window is open.
6. When the air conditioning vents are
facing the microphone.
7. When the sound of the air conditioning fan is loud.
Features of your vehicle
■ Bluetooth®
wireless technology
Audio Music Streaming
The audio system supports Bluetooth®
wireless technology A2DP (Audio
Advanced Distribution Profile) and
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control
Profile) technologies.
Both profiles provide steaming of music
via compatible “PAIRED” Bluetooth®
wireless technology enabled Cellular
phone.
To stream music from the Bluetooth®
wireless technology enabled cellular
phone, play your music files on your cellular phone according to your cellular
phone user’s manual and press the
CD/AUX , CD/AUX/RSE button on the
audio system until “MP3 play” is displayed on the LCD.
The audio system head unit displays
‘MP3 MODE’.
NOTE:
• In addition to streaming MP3 files,
all music and sound files your cellular phone supports can be played
by the audio system.
• Bluetooth® wireless technology
compatible cellular phones must
include A2DP and AVRCP capabilities.
• Some A2DP and AVRCP compatible
Bluetooth® wireless technology cellular phones may not play music
through the audio system initially.
These cellular phones may need to
have the Bluetooth® wireless technology streaming enabled, for
example;
i.e : Menu➟Filemanager➟Music➟
Option➟Play via Bluetooth
• Please refer to User’s Guide for your
cellular phone for more information.
To cancel Bluetooth® wireless technology enabled cellular phone
music streaming, stop music playback on the cellular phone or
change the audio mode to AM/FM,
XM, CD, iPod, ect.
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Phone Setup
All Bluetooth® wireless technology related operations can be performed in
PHONE menu.
1) Push the SETUP button to enter
SETUP mode.
2) Select “PHONE” item by rotating the
TUNE knob, then push the knob.
3) Select desired item by rotating the
TUNE knob, then push the knob.
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• Pairing a phone
Before using Bluetooth® wireless technology features, the phone must be
paired (registered) with the audio system. Up to 5 phones can be paired with
the system.
NOTE:
• The pairing procedure of the phone
varies according to each phone
model. Before attempting to pair
phone, please see your phone’s
User’s Guide for instructions.
• Once pairing with the phone is completed, there is no need to pair with
that phone again unless the phone
is deleted manually from the audio
system (refer “Deleting a Phone”
section) or the vehicle’s information
is removed from the phone.
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➀ Press
SETUP button to enter SETUP
mode.
➁ Select “PHONE”, then “PAIR PHONE”
in PHONE menu.
➂ The audio displays “Device : [Name]
passkey: 0000”
➃ Search and select the device name in
your mobile phone to starting the pairing process.
• Connecting a phone
When the Bluetooth® wireless technology
system is enabled, the phone previously
used is automatically selected and re-connected. If you want to select different
phone previously paired, the phone can
be selected through “Select Phone” menu.
Only a selected phone can be used with
the hands-free system at a time.
NOTE:
➀ Press
• If the phone is paired with two or
more vehicles of the same model,
some phones may not handle
Bluetooth® wireless technology
devices of that name correctly. In
this case, you may need to change
the name displayed on your phone.
For example, if the vehicles' name is
HMC CAR, you may need to change
the name displayed on you phone
from HMC_CAR to JOHNS_CAR or
HMC CAR_1 to avoid ambiguity.
Refer to your phone User’s Guide, or
contact your cellular carrier or phone
manufacturer for instructions.
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SETUP button to enter SETUP
mode.
➁ Select “PAIR PHONE”, then “SELECT”
in PHONE menu.
➂ Select desired phone name from the list
shown.
➃ The Bluetooth® wireless technology
icon appears on the upper side of audio
display when a phone is connected.
Features of your vehicle
• Changing Priority
If several phones are paired with the audio
system, the system attempts to connect
following order when the Bluetooth® wireless technology system is enabled:
1) “Priority” checked phone.
2) Previously connected phone
3) Gives up auto connection.
• Deleting a Phone
The paired phone can be deleted.
- When the phone is deleted, all the information associated with that phone is
also deleted (including phonebook).
- If you want to use the deleted phone with
the audio system again, pairing procedure must be completed once more.
➀ Press
➀ Press
SETUP button to enter SETUP
mode.
➁ Select “PAIR PHONE”, then “PRIORITY”
in PHONE menu.
➂ Select desired phone name from the
list shown.
SETUP button to enter SETUP
mode.
➁ Select “PAIR PHONE”, then “DELETE”
in PHONE menu.
➂ Select desired phone name from the list
shown.
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• ADVANCED Menu
After pressing the SETUP button, select
the “PHONE” menu. While in PHONE
menu, select the “ADVANCED” menu to
make Bluetooth® wireless technology
Phone settings.(The ADVANCED menu
may differ according to audio specifications.)
Incoming Volume
(Bluetooth® wireless technology call
volume adjustments)
While in ADVANCED menu, select
“IN VOL.” Use the knob key to set the
desired volume and press the ENTER
button.
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Features of your vehicle
Contacts Sync
(Automatic Phonebook download setting)
While in ADVANCED menu, select
“CONTACTS” To automatically save the
contacts and call history in your mobile
phone each time you connect a mobile
device, select ON. If you do not wish for
automatic download, select OFF.
It’s not available to make a phone call by
bluetooth audio system while the phonebook is being downloaded.
Bluetooth® wireless technology system off
While in ADVANCED menu, select
“BT OFF” to turn off the Bluetooth® wireless technology system.
■ Voice
Recognition Activation
• The voice recognition engine contained
in the Bluetooth® wireless technology
system can be activated in the following
conditions:
- Button Activation
The voice recognition system will be
active when the
button is pressed
and after the sound of a Beep.
- Active Listening
The voice recognition system will be
active for a period of time when the
Voice Recognition system has asked
for a customer response.
Menu tree
The menu tree identifies available voice
recognition Bluetooth® wireless technology functions.
Call [Name]
Ex) Call John (at Home)
Dial [Number] Ex) Dial 911
Call
By name
By number
Redial
• The system can recognize single digits
from zero to nine while number greater
than ten will not be recognized.
• The system shall cancel voice recognition mode in following cases : When
pressing the
button and saying
“cancel” following the beep. When not
making a call and pressing the
button. When voice recognition has failed
3 consecutive times.
• At any time if you say “help”, the system
will announce what commands are
available.
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Phonebook
Add entry
By voice
By phone
Change name
Delete name
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✽ Tip
■ Voice Operation
To get the best performance out of the
Voice Recognition System, observe the
followings:
- Keep the interior of the vehicle as
quiet as possible. Close the window
to eliminate surrounding noise
(traffic noise, vibration sounds,
etc), which may disturb recognizing the voice command correctly.
- Speak a command after a beep
sound within 5 seconds. Otherwise
the command will not be received
properly.
- Speak in a natural voice without
pausing between words.
- While receiving voice commands,
press the
button on the steering wheel remote controller to terminate guidance. Voice command
will convert back to waiting mode
to allow the user to say a new voice
command.
■
Making a Phone Call
• Direct Calling
➀ Press
button.
➁ Say the following command.
- Call <John> : Connects the call to John.
- Call <John> on <Mobile> : Connects
the call to John’s mobile phone number.
- Call <John> at <Home> : Connects
the call to john’s home number.
- Call <John> in <Office> : Connects
the call to John’s office number.
Note:
Calls can be immediately connected
to contacts who name or voice tag are
saved in the phonebook(or contacts).
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• Calling by Name
A phone call can be made by speaking
names registered in the audio system.
➀ Press
button.
➁ Say “Call”.
➂ Say “By name” when prompted.
➃ Say desired name (in Phonebook or
voice tag).
➄ Say desired location (phone number
type). Only stored locations can be
selected.
➅ Say “Yes” to confirm and make a call.
✽ Tip
A shortcut to each of the following functions is available:
1. Say “Call Name”
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• Dialing by Number
A phone call can be made by dialing the
spoken numbers. The system can recognize single digits from zero to nine.
➀ Press
button.
➁ Say “Call”.
➂ Say “By number” when prompted.
➃ Say desired phone numbers.
➄ Say “Dial” to complete the number and
make a call.
✽ Tip
A shortcut to each of the following functions is available:
➀ Say “Dial Number”
➁ Say “Dial <digit>”
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■
Phone Book (In-Vehicle)
• Adding entry by voice
Phone numbers and voice tags can be
registered. Entries registered in the
phone can also be transferred.
➀ Press
button.
➁ Say "Phonebook".
- The system replies with all available
commands.
- To skip the information message,
press
again and then a beep is
heard.
➂ Say “Add Entry”.
➃ Say “By Voice” to proceed.
➄ Say the name of the entry when
prompted.
➅ Say “Yes” to confirm.
➆ Say the phone number of that entry
when prompted.
➇ Say “Store” if phone number input is
finished.
➈ Say a phone number type. “Home”,
“Work”, “Mobile”, “Other” or “Default” is
available.
➉ Say “Yes” to complete adding entry.
11 Say “Yes” to store additional location
for this contact, or say “Cancel” to finish the process.
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✽ NOTICE
- The system can recognize single digits
from zero to nine. Numbers that are
ten or greater cannot be recognized.
- You can enter each digit individually
or group digits together in preferred
string lengths.
- To speed up input, it is a good idea to
group all digits into a continuous string.
- Recommend to enter the numbers
constituted an grouping within all
digit numbers to dial 995 / 734 / 0000
- The display corresponding to each
operation appears on the screen as follows:
Input operation example:
1. Say: “Nine, nine, five”
➟ Display: “995”
2. And say: “Seven, three, four”
➟ Display: “995734”
Features of your vehicle
• Adding Entry by Phone
➀ Press
button.
➁ Say "Phonebook".
➂ Say "Add Entry" after prompt.
➃ Say "By Phone" to proceed.
➄ Say “Yes” to confirm.
➅ Your phone will start to transfer
phone/contact list to the audio system.
This process may take over 10 minutes depending on the phone model
and number of entries
➆ Wait till the audio displays “Transfer
Complete” message.
• Deleting Name
The registered names can be deleted.
➀ Press
button.
➁ Say “Phonebook”.
➂ Say “Delete Name” after prompt.
➃ Say the name of the entry (voice tag).
➄ Say “Yes” to confirm.
■ Bluetooth®
wireless technology
Audio Speaker Adaptation
Speaker adaptation will improve performance of voice recognition system to a
particular user voice.
This will degrade the performance for
other users.
• Record
➀ Press
button for 10sec.
➁ Say “Record profile”.
➂ Say “Yes”.
➃ Say the word displayed on Radio.
• Delete
➀ Press
button for 10sec.
➁ Say “Delete profile”.
➂ Say “Yes”.
• Changing Name
The registered names can be modified.
➀ Press
button.
➁ Say “Phonebook”.
➂ Say “Change Name” after prompt.
➃ Say the name of the entry (voice tag).
➄ Say “Yes” to confirm.
➅ Say new desired name.
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■
Key matrix
Class
No.
KEY
Connected
Paired H/P
Empty
Disconnected
SHORT
Not Paired
Not Connecting
-
-
Accept Call
Call name or
number
2nd Call
2nd call
1st Call:waiting 2nd Call:waiting
2nd Call:active 1st Call:active
LONG
-
-
-
-
-
-
Transfer call:secret call
SHORT
VR
MODE Cancel
VR
MODE Cancel
VR
MODE Cancel
VR
MODE Cancel
Reject Call
End Call
End Call
End Call
LONG
[10sec]
-
-
Speaker
Adaptation
(Only English)
Speaker
Adaptation
(Only English)
-
-
-
-
SHORT
Active
Active
Active
Active
-
-
-
-
LONG
[10sec]
Change
language
Change
language
Change
language
Change
language
-
-
-
-
Normal mode BT SETUP menu
Incoming Call Outgoing Call
Active Call
2nd Call
1
2
3
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Features of your vehicle
REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (RSE) (IF EQUIPPED)
D320000AEN
Important Safety Information
It is always important to operate your
vehicle in a safe manner and to avoid distraction while driving. This manual provides information that will help you safely
operate your Rear Seat Entertainment
System (RSE). Please read it completely
before using the system.
This device complies with part 15 of
the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful
interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Welcome
System Overview
The Rear Seat Entertainment System is
a compact, built-in, easy-to-use entertainment system designed to provide
family fun while you are on the road.
Enjoy great quality sound from the vehicle speakers, or have a private, quiet listening with the wireless headphones.
The overhead display unit is mounted to
the ceiling in the rear passenger area of
the vehicle, allowing rear-seat passengers to play DVD movies, video CDs or
music CDs. Users may also plug in a
game platform or VHS player into an auxiliary input to show the programs through
the RSE display. The RSE can also
access to the vehicle's front radio programs.
Connections / Setup
Your Rear Seat Entertainment system
will play DVD movies, video CDs, music
CDs or music MP3 discs, and is
designed to make your time on the road
more enjoyable. Please follow these
instructions carefully to get the most out
of your RSE.
WARNING
Changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could
void the user's authority to operate
the equipment.
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CAUTION
• Avoid having food or drinks near,
in or on the RSE, the wireless
headphones or the remote controller.
• Direct sunlight may interfere with
the headphone's operation and
performance.
• Normal RSE operation cannot be
guaranteed with unofficially
duplicated discs.
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• To prevent inadvertent vehicle
battery discharge when the ignition switch is turned to the ignition ON position or Accessory
mode, a battery drain warning
message will flash on the RSE
monitor screen.
• Use of rear seat entertainment
system without the engine running will reduce vehicle battery
power.
• The RSE system is programmed
to the assigned DVD format for
your region. Please note that your
RSE will not read or play DVDs
from a different region.
✽ NOTICE
The RSE requires a few seconds of set
up time after the ignition switch is
turned ON or to ACC mode.
Your RSE system is already set up and
ready for use, and can be turned on by
pushing the POWER/VOLUME knob on
the RSE control panel or the POWER
ON/OFF button
on the remote
controll. The vehicle's ignition must be
turned on or in accessory power mode.
The RSE system can also be turned OFF
by the Audio Unit.
RSE-AUDIO-3
Components
Your RSE consists of several components:
Monitor (LCD display)
The Monitor (LCD display) where video
is viewed, is attached to the ceiling in the
rear of the vehicle.
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RSE-AUDIO-4
RSE-AUDIO-6
RSE-AUDIO-7
RSE Control Panel
The RSE Control Panel, which includes
a digital display and the RSE control buttons, is located in the rear of the armrest
console between the front seats.
Wireless headphones
The Wireless headphones allows you
to hear the audio from the RSE without
disturbing other passengers. Two sets,
with batteries, are provided.
Remote control
The Remote control allows you to control RSE functions. Batteries are included.
DVD Player
The DVD Player, where CDs, DVDs and
other discs are inserted, is located below
the RSE control panel located in the rear
of the armrest console between the front
seats.
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Features of your vehicle
ACT-1
Opening and Closing the Monitor
To view the monitor, locate the latch on
the bottom-center of the ceiling-mounted
unit and pull it forward. This will release
the monitor from its locked, stow-away
position.
Adjust the monitor to the best viewing
angle. Do not touch the LCD panel itself
to avoid damage or smudging.
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Adjusting the Monitor
Cleaning the Display
Press the DISP button on the RSE control panel to adjust the parameters of the
monitor. To adjust the brightness, firstly,
select the brightness item, then, press
the < REW (dimmer) or FF > (brighter)
buttons. The next time the RSE is turned
on, the monitor will return to the brightness level it was adjusted to when last
used. Brightness can be adjusted regardless of whether the RSE is playing an
audio or video source.
While the RSE is playing a video signal,
press DISP and then press the
NEXT or
PREV buttons to cycle
through other monitor adjustments
including SCREEN SIZE, CONTRAST,
CHROMA and HUE. With any of these
settings displayed on the monitor, press
the < REW or FF > buttons to adjust
these settings.
To close the monitor, pull the bottom
edge towards you and push it up until it
clicks and locks into the stow-away position.
If the LCD display becomes dusty or
dirty, clean it by wiping gently with a soft,
dry, clean cloth. Do not use chemical
cleanser to clean the screen.
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Loading a Disc
To load a disc in the player, insert it part
way into the loading slot. The player will
automatically grip the disc and pull it the
rest of the way in.
Disc Protection
The player has an Auto-Reload Disc
Protection feature to protect discs from
accidental damage. If a disc is not
removed within 12 seconds after being
ejected, it will be pulled back into the
player.
Features of your vehicle
Audio via Vehicle Speakers
✽ NOTICE
To hear the audio from the RSE through
the vehicle's speakers, the RSE button
(located in the front radio control) must
be selected. Regardless of whether RSE
audio is selected for the vehicle speakers
or not, when the RSE audio is playing it
can be heard in the headphones.
• Conserve the energy of your batteries
by turning the headphones off when
they are not in use. Headphone batteries will typically work for 48 hours,
depending on the volume setting.
• The headphone has an automatic
shutoff feature to extend battery life.
The headphones will automatically
turn off after 20 seconds if they don't
detect a signal from the RSE.
• In case of poor headphone reception
performance, please check the battery
condition.
The headphones perform best when
used within 2 - 8 feet (0.6-2 m) of the
RSE LCD display. Getting too close or
too far away will cause poor reception.
• Audio from the vehicle's CD/radio
cannot be heard through the headphones.
Volume Control
You can adjust the volume of the audio
heard in the vehicle speakers from the
RSE control panel or the remote control.
From the RSE control panel, rotate the
POWER/VOLUME knob.
From the
remote control, press "VOL +" to
increase the volume and "VOL -" to
decrease the volume.
Adjusting the volume in this way will not
affect the wireless headphone volume. To
adjust the headphones, turn the VOL
control wheel on the headphones.
RSE-AUDIO-9
Headphones
Your RSE comes with two (2) sets of
wireless headphones and four (4) AAA
1.5V batteries. To install the batteries,
press the button below the battery compartment on the right side of each set of
headphones and insert each of the batteries, observing the correct polarity as
shown in the headphone battery compartment. Each set of headphones
requires two batteries.
To turn the headphones on, push the
POWER button on the left side of the
headphones. Push the button again to
turn the headphones off. Adjust the volume by turning the Volume control. The
headphones can be adjusted for size,
and can be stored more compactly by
folding them.
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Features of your vehicle
For example, to control or play a video
game after the RSE has recognized it as
the source, you must use the game controls, not the RSE controls.
CAUTION
OCM052304N
Connecting Other Devices to the
RSE
Connect only appropriate input
sources to the RSE jacks. Be sure
to connect audio outputs from the
external device to audio inputs in
your vehicle, and video outputs to
video inputs. Connecting an incorrect input may cause damage to the
RSE and/or the external electronic
device.
Electronic devices such as video game
systems or VHS players can be played
through the RSE. These external devices
can be connected to the unit via RCA
plugs available in the vehicle.
Press the SOURCE button on the remote
control, or the SRC button on the RSE
control panel, to select and switch to the
external device inputs.
Once the RSE has switched to the external device audio and/or video sources,
you can operate the device using its controls. The RSE controls will not control
external devices.
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✽ NOTICE
• To prevent noise, devices connected to
the AUX port should have the volume
adjusted high.
• If an external power connector is connected to the vehicle, static noise may
occur. If noise is heard, verify the
AUX device volume is turned up, then
test the sound with the power cable
disconnected. If necessary, use the
AUX device powered from its internal
battery, or purchase a ground loop
isolator to connect the AUX device to
the vehicle.
Features of your vehicle
RSE Lock Function
Front seat passengers can use the RSE
Lock function to prevent rear seat passengers from operating the RSE. To lock
the RSE, press and hold the CD/AUX
button on the vehicle radio for more than
2 seconds.
"Lock" will appear on the RSE LCD display, as well as on the RSE control panel.
None of the RSE control panel or remote
controller buttons will function while the
RSE is locked. Rear seat passengers will
still be able to eject or insert a disc in the
player, as well as power on/off the system.
Press and hold the CD/AUX button again
to turn off the RSE lock.
RSE-AUDIO-10
Battery Discharge Warning
To prevent inadvertent vehicle battery
discharge when the ignition switch is
turned to the ignition ON position or ACC
mode, a battery drain warning message
will flash on the RSE monitor screen.
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Features of your vehicle
RSE Control Panel Operation
1. ON/OFF and Speaker Volume
2. RSE Display
3. MENU Button
4. DISP (Display) Button
5. SRC (Source) Button
6. Play/Pause Button
7 - 11
Next /
Prev (Next/Previous)
and < REW/FF > (Rewind/Fast
Forward) and ENTER Buttons
RSE-EN001
Most RSE functions are available through the RSE control panel.
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1. ON/OFF and Speaker Volume
Press the POWER/VOLUME knob to
turn the RSE on or off.
Rotate the knob to adjust the speaker
volume. Note that changing the volume
by using the POWER/VOLUME knob
affects only the vehicle speakers. The
wireless headset volume is not affected.
See the "Headphones" section of this
manual for more information.
2. RSE Display
This RSE control panel display indicates
the current selected source, mode of
operation in the current disc, and other
information. It will display FRONT to indicate that the selected source is the front
vehicle radio and REAR to indicate that
the RSE player is the current source.
The display will indicate DISC IN when a
disc is in loaded the RSE player.
3. MENU Button
DVD can be controlled, and any special
programming or features accessed, by
using the DVD menu. To access the
menu while playing a DVD, press the
MENU button. Press the button a second
time to exit the menu and return to the
DVD program at the point it was being
viewed.
While viewing the menu, press the
NEXT button to move the cursor up and
the
PREV button to move the cursor
down the menu. Press the FF > button
to move the cursor to the right, and the
< REW button to move the cursor to the
left.
❇ For more details, see the "DVD Menu" section of this manual.
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4. DISP (Display) Button
Pressing DISP enables you to adjust the
parameters of the LCD monitor. For more
information on how to make these adjustments, see the "Display" section of this
manual.
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Features of your vehicle
While the RSE is selected as the source
by the front vehicle radio, the front vehicle radio will be able to control some
RSE functions (e.g. Fast Forward /
Reverse, Previous / Next Track, etc.). See
your vehicle radio user manual for more
information.
✽ NOTICE
RSE-CM07A
5. SRC (Source) Button
After inserting a disc in the RSE, it will
automatically use that as the source and
begin playing that disc. The RSE control
panel will display "DISC IN" when there is
disc loaded in the player.
Pressing the SRC button will bring out
the Source Change Operation. All available modes are presented. You can
select any available mode by using the
four direction arrow buttons and press
the ENTER button for completing the
selection.
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When switching from the vehicle radio
to the RSE, there is a slight delay while
the RSE initializes. The RSE control
panel will display "READ" while the
disc initializes, then begin playing the
disc.
The RSE control panel will display
"REAR" if the current source is the RSE
player, "FRONT" if the current source is
the front vehicle radio and "AUX" if the
current source is an auxiliary input.
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6. Play/Pause Button
You do not need to press the PLAY/
PAUSE
button after loading a disc
to begin playing the disc. The player will
start playing automatically.
While a disc is playing, press
to
pause. While paused, the elapsed time of
the current disc will blink on the monitor
status display, and "PAUSE" will be displayed on the RSE control panel. Press
the button again to resume play.
✽ NOTICE
The RSE will enter standby mode when
the vehicle ignition is turned off. When
the vehicle is turned back on within 30
seconds, the RSE will turn on and the
DVD/VCD will automatically begin
playing again at the point where it
paused. If the vehicle is turned off for
longer than 30 seconds, the RSE system
will not turn on automatically when the
vehicle is restarted.
Features of your vehicle
7 - 11
Next /
Prev (Next/Previous)
and < REW/FF > (Rewind/Fast
Forward) and ENTER Buttons
The
NEXT/
PREV and <REW/FF>
buttons provide a variety of functions,
depending on the media currently being
played in the RSE or the source selected.
For some of the functions, you will use
these buttons to navigate to the desired
location or option, then press the ENTER
button in the center to confirm your
selection.
For specific information about using
these buttons, see the appropriate section for the various media types in this
manual.
DVD/VCD Player Operation
✽ NOTICE
Disc/Format Compatibility
Your RSE player accepts and plays all
DVDs in 4:3 (normal) and 16:9
(widescreen) video formats. With DVDs
that offer multiple formats, the default format is 16:9 and will stay that way unless
changed by the user. See "Adjusting the
Monitor" to learn how to adjust the format.
The DVD player has the capability to play
DVD-Video, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-DA,
CD-R, CD-RW and VCD.
The DVD player was factory programmed
with a region code for the assigned market or country. If a DVD is inserted for a
region code that doesn't match with the
player, an error message will be shown
on the overhead monitor and the RSE
control panel display.
Because there is no universal standard
for DVD/VCD programming, your disc
may behave differently. Some DVDs
may present warning messages about
unauthorized duplication, some will go
directly to a menu, some may have different on-disc menu and start playing
the movie immediately, and some may
be unreadable or damaged and an error
message will be shown on the monitor.
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✽ NOTICE
While the player will accept DVD ROM
and CD ROM discs, the RSE cannot
play discs in these formats.
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Features of your vehicle
The player is only capable of reading the
bottom side of a disc. When inserting a
single-sided disc, the label side should
be up. When inserting a two-sided disc,
the desired play side should be down.
Press DISP on the RSE control panel or
the remote controller, then press the
NEXT or
PREV buttons to cycle
through monitor adjustments (SCREEN
SIZE, BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST,
CHROMA, HUE). When the adjustment
for the SCREEN SIZE, use the < REW or
FF > buttons to select the preferred
screen size.
Menu
DVDs can be controlled, and any special
programming or features accessed, by
using the menu. To access the menu
while playing a DVD, press the MENU
button. Press the button a second time to
exit the menu and return to the DVD program at the point it was being viewed.
The menu is not available during disc initialization, the beginning credits or any
copyright and FBI warnings.
While viewing the menu, press the
NEXT button to move the cursor up and
the
PREV button to move the cursor
down the menu. Press the FF > button
to move the cursor to the right, and the
< REW button to move the cursor to the
left.
✽ NOTICE
You must repeatedly push any button to
move through several items. Pressing
and holding a button will not advance
the cursor beyond the first item.
Press ENTER or Play/Pause to select the
desired menu choice.
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Playing a DVD/VCD
You can control your DVD or VCD by
using the buttons on the RSE control
panel or by using the remote control.
Instructions for the controls listed below
are the same whether using the RSE
control panel or the remote control.
However, there are some additional functions that are only available from the
remote control. These buttons and their
functions are discussed in the "Remote
Control" section of this manual.
Features of your vehicle
Play/Pause Button
You do not need to press the
PLAY/PAUSE button after loading a disc
to begin playing the disc. The player will
start playing automatically.
While a disc is playing, press PLAY/
PAUSE to pause. While paused, the
elapsed time of the current disc will blink
on the monitor status display, and
"PAUSE" will be displayed on the RSE
control panel. Press the button again to
resume play.
✽ NOTICE
The RSE will enter standby mode when
the vehicle ignition is turned off. When
the vehicle is turned back on within 30
seconds, the RSE will turn on and the
CD will automatically begin playing
again at the point where it paused. If the
vehicle is turned off for longer than 30
seconds, the RSE system will not turn on
automatically when the vehicle is
restarted.
Fast Forward/Reverse
Press and hold the FF > or < REW button and the player will fast forward or
reverse at 32 times the normal speed.
Release the FWD > or < REW button to
return to normal speed play.
Previous/Next Chapter
While a DVD/VCD is playing, press the
NEXT button to skip to the next chapter.
Press the
PREV button to jump to
the beginning of the current chapter.
Press
PREV again to go move
through earlier chapters. Press the button repeatedly to move quickly through
chapters.
✽ NOTICE
While pressing the
NEXT or
PREV buttons, the Status Display, including the current medium (DVD or VCD),
chapter and title information is displayed.
It will automatically disappear after five
seconds.
✽ NOTICE
Some DVDs do not permit chapter navigation.
Instead of using the
PREV /
NEXT buttons, you can also enter the
chapter number using the numbers on
the remote controller. While a DVD/VCD
is playing, press the number button(s)
that correspond to the desired chapter
and press ENTER.
Some VCDs do not have track information. If the VCD has no chapter information, pressing either of these buttons
will restart the VCD.
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Features of your vehicle
Stop a Disc
The disc will automatically stop when any
other source (e.g. the vehicle radio or an
external game) is selected. When you
switch back to the DVD, it will begin playing at the point where it stopped.
While the player is running, press the
RSE control panel POWER/VOLUME
knob, or the POWER ON/OFF button
on the remote control, to stop a
disc and turn off the RSE system and the
DVD player. When the RSE is turned on
again, the disc will begin playing at the
point where it stopped.
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Eject a Disc
To eject a disc press the
button. A
disc can be ejected even when the unit is
not turned on.
✽ NOTICE
The player has an Auto-Reload Disc
Protection feature to protect discs from
accidental damage. If a disc is not
removed within 12 seconds after being
ejected, it will be pulled back into the
player.
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CD Player Operation
The RSE will play audio CDs in both
standard (12 cm) and mini-disc (8 cm)
format.
✽ NOTICE
While the player will accept DVD ROM
and CD ROM discs, the RSE cannot
play discs in these formats.
Features of your vehicle
Volume Control
You can adjust the volume of the audio
heard in the vehicle speakers from the
RSE control panel or the remote control.
From the RSE control panel, rotate the
POWER/VOLUME knob. From the
remote control, press "VOL +" to
increase and "VOL -" to decrease the
volume.
Adjusting the volume in this way will not
adjust the wireless headphone volume.
To adjust the headphones, roll the VOL
control wheel.
Play/Pause
When a CD is inserted, the RSE will
automatically begin playing the first track.
Press the PLAY/PAUSE button
to
pause the CD. Press the button again to
resume play. While paused, the elapsed
time in the status display at the top of the
monitor will blink. The RSE control will
display "PAUSE."
When the player reaches the end of the
disc, the player will automatically return
to the first track and continue playing.
Fast Forward / Reverse
Press and hold the FF > or < REW button and the player will fast forward or
reverse at 10 times the normal speed.
Release the button to return to normal
speed play.
The audio is muted while the player fast
forwards or fast reverses.
Previous/Next Track
While a CD is playing, press the
PREV button to jump to the beginning of
the current track. If less than 10 seconds
has elapsed on the current track, pressing
PREV will go to the previous
track. Press the button repeatedly to continue moving through previous tracks.
Press the
NEXT button to jump to the
beginning of the next track. Press the
button repeatedly to continue moving
through the following tracks.
Instead of using the
PREV /
NEXT buttons, you can also enter the
track number using the numbers on the
remote control. While a CD is playing,
press the number button(s) that correspond to the desired track and press
ENTER.
The current track number is shown in the
Status Display at the top of the monitor.
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Stop
The CD will automatically stop when any
other source (e.g. the vehicle radio or an
external game) is selected. When you
switch back to the CD, it will begin playing at the point where it stopped.
While a CD is playing, you can stop the
CD by pressing the POWER ON/OFF
button
on the remote control or the
POWER/VOLUME knob on the RSE
control panel. When the RSE is turned on
again, it will automatically begin playing
the CD at the point where it was stopped.
Turning the vehicle off, or selecting a different RSE Source, will also stop playing
the CD.
Eject
Press the EJECT button
to eject the
CD. Discs can be ejected even when the
unit is not turned on.
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Features of your vehicle
Using the MP3 Player
Most RSE functions work the same for
audio CDs and MP3 discs. The major difference is that audio CDs are organized
by "tracks," while MP3 discs are organized using folders and files. Therefore,
the navigation functions are somewhat
different for MP3 discs.
✽ NOTICE
While the player will accept DVD ROM
and CD ROM discs, the RSE cannot
play discs in these formats.
Pause/Play
When an MP3 disc is inserted, the RSE
will automatically begin playing the first
file in the disc. Press the PLAY/PAUSE
button to pause the file. Press the
button again to resume play. While
paused, the elapsed time in the status
display at the top of the monitor will blink.
The RSE control panel will display
"PAUSE."
At the end of the disc, the player will
automatically return to the first file and
continue playing.
Fast Forward/Reverse
Press and hold the FF > or < REW button and the player will fast forward or
reverse at 10 times the normal speed.
Release the button to return to normal
speed play.
The audio is muted while the player fast
forwards or fast reverses.
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Song List : Navigating Folders and
Files
MP3 discs are organized by named folders, with each folder containing a collection of named music files. You can quickly navigate through the folders and files
using the Song List function.
Press the MENU button on the RSE control panel or remote control to display the
song list. The focused song will be highlighted. And the music note icon appears
to left of the song currently playing.
To navigate through the folders, press
the < REW or FF > button to highlight the
FOLDER UP, FOLDER DOWN, or
HOME buttons on the monitor, the press
ENTER to move up or down the folders.
Press ENTER repeatedly to move
through all the folders.
When you reach the desired folder, press
the
PREV or
NEXT buttons to
scroll through the list of files in that folder
and press ENTER to select the desired
file. The player will switch to the selected
folder and begin playing the desired file.
Features of your vehicle
Selecting the HOME button on the display and pressing ENTER will bring the
Song List to the screen with the song
currently playing.
Press MENU again to leave the Song
List. The Song List will automatically disappear after five seconds if no buttons
are pressed.
While in normal play mode, press the
A.LANG (FOLD-) button at any time to
jump to the first file in the previous folder,
press S.TITLE (FOLD+) to jump to the
first file in the next folder.
Press the
NEXT button to jump to the
beginning of the next file. Press the button repeatedly to continue moving
through the following files.
The current folder name and file name
are shown in the Status Display at the
top of the monitor.
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Previous/Next File
While a disc is playing, press the
PREV button to jump to the beginning of
the current file. If less than 10 seconds
has elapsed on the current file, pressing
PREV will go to the previous file.
Press it again to select previous files.
Press the button repeatedly to continue
moving through previous files.
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Features of your vehicle
Stop
The disc will automatically stop when any
other source (e.g. the vehicle radio or an
external game) is selected. When you
switch back to the disc, it will begin playing at the point where it stopped.
While a disc is playing, you can stop the
disc by pressing the POWER ON/OFF
button
on the remote control or the
POWER/VOLUME knob on the RSE
control panel. When the RSE is turned on
again, it will automatically begin playing
the disc at the point where it was
stopped.
Turning the vehicle off, or selecting a different RSE Source, will also stop playing
the disc. When the vehicle is turned on
again, or the disc is again selected as the
source, the disc will begin playing at the
point where it was stopped. The player
will automatically resume play at the
point where it was stopped unless the
disc is ejected.
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Eject
Press the EJECT button
to eject the
disc. Discs can be ejected even when the
unit is not turned on.
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Using the satellite radio
All the preset channels have been listed
on this SDAR operation interface. You
can use the FF> or <REW button to
select the preset station. Press the
ENTER button to will complete this
selection. After the desired station has
been selected, the information of this station will list in the information display
area.
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Also you can select the CATEGORY or
CHANNEL function by using FF> and
<REW buttons. After the focus locates at
the CATEGORY or CHANNEL icon,
pressing the
NEXT or
PREV button will activate the category up or down,
channel up or down function. When the
focus on the CATEGORY, if you press
the ENTER button and move the focus
on the CHANNEL icon, you can select
the channel up or down function in the
current category by pressing the
NEXT or
PREV buttons.
Listening to the Vehicle Radio
To control the vehicle radio from the RSE
control panel or remote control, press the
SOURCE button on the remote control or
the SRC button on the RSE control
panel, then select the desired play mode
on the source change operation. Finally,
press the ENTER button to complete the
selection.
The RSE monitor status display and the
RSE control panel will indicate the
selected source.
Move the focus on the SCAN icon, you
can activate the scan function by pressing the ENTER button. If meantime, the
CATEGORY icon been highlighted,
above operation will activate the scan
function in the current category.
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Tuning a Station
While the vehicle radio is the current
source, press the
NEXT or
PREV
button on the RSE control panel or
remote control once to search up or
down for the next available station. When
the tuner finds a station it will stop at the
station and start to play.
Press the
NEXT or
PREV button
to seek up or down through all radio stations. When the radio finds a station, it
will stop and play that station.
Press the FF > or < REW button to manually tune up or down one channel. Press
and hold the FF > or < REW button to
continue tuning up or down.
Pressing a number on the remote control
keypad will tune to the corresponding
preset station. For example, if 89.7 has
been stored as preset 1 (CH1), then
pressing the 1 button on the keypad will
tune to that station.
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AM, FM1 and FM2 Selection
When you press the SOURCE button,
the Source Selection UI will come out,
along with the current available mode.
You can select the Radio mode by the
remote controller. After pressing the
ENTER button, both RSE and front
Radio will play your selection station at
the same time.
All of the RSE control panel and remote
controller navigation functions can be
used to control the front radio when the
vehicle front radio is also playing the
same radio mode.
Viewing Front CD and MP3
Programs
The RSE can be used to control discs
that are loaded and playing in the vehicle
radio. To control these discs, you must
first select the vehicle radio as the
source. Press the SOURCE button on
the remote control, or the SRC button on
the RSE control panel, Meanwhile, the
Source Change UI will bring out. Use the
four direction arrow buttons to select the
source of vehicle radio. And press the
ENTER button for completing the selection.
CD/CD-MP3 Control
While the vehicle radio is playing a CD or
MP3 audio disc, all of the RSE control
panel and remote control navigation
functions can be used to control the vehicle radio. This includes:
• Pause/Play
• Fast Forward/Reverse
• Previous/Next Track (CD) and
Previous/Next File (MP3)
See these sections of the Users Manual
for information on using these functions.
All of the RSE control panel and remote
control navigation functions can be used
to control the front radio when the vehicle
front radio is also playing the CD or CDMP3 mode.
AUX Audio and Video Input
Controls
This allows you to display the video output on the RSE monitor, and listen to the
audio through the wireless headsets and
the vehicle speakers.
To switch to an external auxiliary device,
press the SOURCE button on the remote
control or SRC on the RSE control panel,
then select the AUX icon button. And
press the ENTER button for completing.
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Features of your vehicle
Using the Remote Control
1. POWER ON/OFF Button
2. Mute Button
3. Number Buttons
4. Source Button
5. A.LANG-Alternate Language, Folder 6. S.Title – Subtitles, Folders +
7. Menu Button
8. Title/PBC Button
9. Return Button
10. Speaker Volume "VOL +" and "VOL –"
RSE-EN004-RE
In addition to buttons and functions available from the RSE control panel, the remote control has several additional buttons and operation control
functions. The remote control is an infrared device and should be pointed at the RSE monitor for best results.
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Features of your vehicle
1. POWER On/Off
Press the RSE control panel POWER
button or the POWER ON/OFF button
on the remote control to turn the
RSE on or off. If a disc is loaded and
playing when the RSE is turned off, when
the RSE is turned back on the disc will
automatically resume playback at the
point where it was stopped.
2. Mute
Press the MUTE button to mute the
audio in the vehicle speakers. The MUTE
button has no effect on the wireless
headphones.
While muted, the RSE control panel,
vehicle radio and RSE monitor will all display "MUTE." Press the button again, or
adjust the volume at RSE control panel
or vehicle radio, to un-mute the audio.
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3. Number Buttons
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The number buttons (0 through 9) can
be used to directly enter information such
as chapters in a DVD, track or file numbers for audio CDs, and preset radio.
To select a DVD or VCD chapter, while a
DVD/VCD is playing, press the number
button(s) that correspond to the desired
chapter and press ENTER.
To select a CD track, while a CD is playing press the number button(s) that correspond to the track and press ENTER.
To select an MP3 file, while an MP3 disc
is playing, press the number button(s)
that correspond to the desired file and
press ENTER.
To select a radio station preset, while the
desired band (AM, FM1 or FM2) is
selected, press the numbered button that
corresponds to the preset on the vehicle
radio. There is no need to press ENTER.
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4. Source
Pressing this SOURCE button will bring
out the Source Change selection operation. You can select any available mode
by using the four direction arrow buttons
and press the ENTER button for completing the selection.
The RSE control panel will display
"REAR" if the current source is the RSE
player, and will display "FRONT" if the
current source is the vehicle radio.
5. A.LANG - Alternate Language
Folder Where alternate languages are available
on a DVD, pressing the A.LANG button
will allow you to select your preferred language. Press the button repeatedly to
cycle through the available languages.
When the desired language is displayed,
press ENTER.
Pressing the A.LANG (or FOLD-) button
during MP3 normal play will immediately
bring the player to the first file of the previous folder.
Pressing the A.LANG (or FOLD-) button
during CD or VCD play will do nothing.
Features of your vehicle
6. S.Title - Subtitles, Folders +
The S.TITLE button allows you to display
or remove language subtitles while playing DVDs. If no language subtitles are
available, the display will show an invalid
icon. Press the S. TITLE button repeatedly to cycle through all of the available
languages.
Pressing the S. TITLE (or FOLD+) button
during MP3 normal play will immediately
bring the player to the first file of the next
folder.
Pressing the S. TITLE (or FOLD+) button
during CD or VCD play will do nothing.
7. Menu
Pressing the MENU button during DVD
play will present the DVD menu.
Pressing the MENU button during MP3
disc play will display the Song List on the
monitor.
Pressing the MENU button during CD or
VCD play has no effect.
Press the button again to return to the
program. After five seconds with no button press, the menu will automatically
close and the program begin playing.
8. Title/PBC
While viewing a DVD, press the TITLE
button on the remote control to jump to
the top menu. Press the < REW / FF > or
PREV /
NEXT buttons to highlight
the desired selection, then press ENTER
to make your selection.
Press TITLE again to return to the DVD.
While viewing a VCD, pressing the
TITLE/PBC button will switch the PBC
function on and off.
Batteries
The remote control requires a CR2025
battery (included).
9. Return
While viewing any operation, pressing
the RETURN button will exit the current
operation on screen display and resume
last play.
10. Speaker Volume
"VOL +" and "VOL -"
If the audio from the RSE is being played
through the vehicle speakers, you can
adjust the volume of the speakers with
the "VOL +" and "VOL -" buttons.
Adjusting the volume in this way will not
adjust the wireless headphone volume.
To adjust the headphones, roll the VOL
control wheel.
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Features of your vehicle
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible causes / solutions
The disc is automatically pulled back into
the player.
The Auto-Reload Disc Protection feature pulls discs back into the
player after 12 seconds to protect them from accidental damage.
Press the Eject button to release the disc from the player.
The disc becomes
stuck or blocked.
Press the Eject button to release the disc. The player will attempt to
eject the disc up to three times before performing the Auto-Reload
function. Once the Auto-Reload function is complete, press the Eject
button again to try to release the disc from the player.
There is no audio in
the headphones.
Verify that the headphone is equipped with batteries, and that the
batteries are in good condition. Insert or replace 2 AAA batteries to
resume headphone function.
Press the PLAY button. If the display does not show "NO DISC,"
then there is no power.
The RSE does not
work.
Check the power connection.
Check the fuse.
Turn the vehicle ignition off and back on to reset the RSE.
If the RSE still does not work, contact your HYUNDAI dealer.
Make sure you are pointing the remote control at the face of the RSE
at a 45° angle.
The remote control
does not work.
Change the battery. [Device requires one (1) CR2025 battery.]
Use the control buttons on the RSE display panel.
If the remote control still does not work, contact your HYUNDAI dealer.
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Before driving / 5-3
Key positions / 5-5
Starting the engine / 5-6
Manual transaxle / 5-7
Automatic transaxle / 5-10
All wheel drive (AWD) / 5-16
Brake system / 5-23
Cruise control system / 5-34
Economical operation / 5-38
Special driving conditions / 5-40
Winter driving / 5-44
Driving your vehicle
Trailer towing / 5-48
Vehicle load limit / 5-57
Vehicle weight / 5-61
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Driving your vehicle
WARNING - ENGINE EXHAUST CAN BE DANGEROUS!
Engine exhaust fumes can be extremely dangerous. If, at any time, you smell exhaust fumes inside the vehicle, open the windows immediately.
• Do not inhale exhaust fumes.
Exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless gas that can cause unconsciousness and death by asphyxiation.
• Be sure the exhaust system does not leak.
The exhaust system should be checked whenever the vehicle is raised to change the oil or for any other purpose. If you hear
a change in the sound of the exhaust or if you drive over something that strikes the underneath side of the vehicle, have the
exhaust system checked as soon as possible by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
• Do not run the engine in an enclosed area.
Letting the engine idle in your garage, even with the garage door open, is a hazardous practice. Never run the engine in your
garage any longer than it takes to start the engine and back the vehicle out.
• Avoid idling the engine for prolonged periods with people inside the vehicle.
If it is necessary to idle the engine for a prolonged period with people inside the vehicle, be sure to do so only in an open area
with the air intake set at "Fresh" and fan operating at one of the higher speeds so fresh air is drawn into the interior.
If you must drive with the tailgate open because you are carrying objects that make this necessary:
1. Close all windows.
2. Open side vents.
3. Set the air intake control at "Fresh", the air flow control at "Floor" or "Face" and the fan at one of the higher speeds.
To assure proper operation of the ventilation system, be sure the ventilation air intakes located just in front of the windshield are
kept clear of snow, ice, leaves or other obstructions.
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Driving your vehicle
BEFORE DRIVING
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
Engine exhaust and a wide variety
of automobile components and
parts, including components found
in the interior furnishings in a vehicle, contain or emit chemicals
known to the State of California to
cause cancer and birth defects and
reproductive harm. In addition, certain fluids contained in vehicles
and certain products of component
wear contain or emit chemicals
known to the State of California to
cause cancer and birth defects or
other reproductive harm.
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Before entering vehicle
Necessary inspections
• Be sure that all windows, outside mirror(s), and outside lights are clean.
• Check the condition of the tires.
• Check under the vehicle for any sign of
leaks.
• Be sure there are no obstacles behind
you if you intend to back up.
Fluid levels, such as engine oil, engine
coolant, brake fluid, and washer fluid
should be checked on a regular basis,
with the exact interval depending on the
fluid. Further details are provided in
Section 7, “Maintenance”.
WARNING
Driving while distracted can result
in a loss of vehicle control, that
may lead to an accident, severe
personal injury, and death. The driver’s primary responsibility is in
the safe and legal operation of a
vehicle, and use of any handheld
devices, other equipment, or vehicle systems which take the driver’s
eyes, attention and focus away
from the safe operation of a vehicle
or which are not permissible by law
should never be used during operation of the vehicle.
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Before starting
• Close and lock all doors.
• Position the seat so that all controls are
easily reached.
• Adjust the inside and outside rearview
mirrors.
• Be sure that all lights work.
• Check all gauges.
• Check the operation of warning lights
when the ignition switch is turned to
the ON position.
• Release the parking brake and make
sure the brake warning light goes out.
For safe operation, be sure you are familiar with your vehicle and its equipment.
WARNING
All passengers must be properly
belted whenever the vehicle is moving. Refer to “Seat belts” in section
3 for more information on their
proper use.
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WARNING
Always check the surrounding areas
near your vehicle for people, especially children, before putting a vehicle into D (Drive) or R (Reverse).
WARNING - Driving under
the influence of alcohol or
drugs
Drinking and driving is dangerous.
Drunk driving is the number one
contributor to the highway death
toll each year. Even a small amount
of alcohol will affect your reflexes,
perceptions
and
judgement.
Driving while under the influence of
drugs is as dangerous or more dangerous than driving drunk.
You are much more likely to have a
serious accident if you drink or
take drugs and drive.
If you are drinking or taking drugs,
do not drive. Do not ride with a driver who has been drinking or taking
drugs. Choose a designated driver
or call a cab.
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WARNING
• When you intend to park or stop
the vehicle with the engine on, be
careful not to depress the accelerator pedal for a long period of
time. It may overheat the engine
or exhaust system and cause fire.
• When you make a sudden stop or
turn the steering wheel rapidly,
loose objects may drop on the
floor and it could interfere with
the operation of the foot pedals,
possibly causing an accident.
Keep all things in the vehicle
safely stored.
• If you do not focus on driving, it
may cause an accident. Be careful when operating what may disturb driving such as audio or
heater. It is the responsibility of
the driver to always drive safely.
Driving your vehicle
KEY POSITIONS
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ACC (Accessory)
The steering wheel is unlocked and electrical accessories are operative.
✽ NOTICE
If difficulty is experienced turning the
ignition switch to the ACC position, turn
the key while turning the steering wheel
right and left to release the tension.
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Ignition switch position
Illuminated ignition switch
(if equipped)
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Whenever a front door is opened, the
ignition switch will be illuminated for your
convenience, provided the ignition switch
is not in the ON position. The light will go
off immediately when the ignition switch
is turned on or go off after about 30 seconds when the door is closed.
LOCK
The steering wheel locks to protect
against theft. The ignition key can be
removed only in the LOCK position.
When turning the ignition switch to the
LOCK position, push the key inward at
the ACC position and turn the key toward
the LOCK position.
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ON
The warning lights can be checked
before the engine is started. This is the
normal running position after the engine
is started.
Do not leave the ignition switch ON if the
engine is not running to prevent battery
discharge.
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START
Turn the ignition key to the START position to start the engine. The engine will
crank until you release the key; then it
returns to the ON position. The brake
warning lamp can be checked in this
position.
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STARTING THE ENGINE
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WARNING - Ignition key
• Never turn the ignition switch to
LOCK or ACC while the vehicle is
moving. This would result in loss
of directional control and braking
function, which could cause an
accident.
• The anti-theft steering column lock
is not a substitute for the parking
brake. Before leaving the driver’s
seat, always make sure the shift
lever is engaged in 1st gear for the
manual transaxle or P (Park) for
the automatic transaxle, set the
parking brake fully and shut the
engine off. Unexpected and sudden vehicle movement may occur
if these precautions are not taken.
• Never reach for the ignition switch,
or any other controls through the
steering wheel while the vehicle is
in motion. The presence of your
hand or arm in this area could
cause a loss of vehicle control, an
accident and serious bodily injury
or death.
• Do not place any movable objects
around the driver’s seat as they may
move while driving, interfere with
the driver and lead to an accident.
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WARNING
Always wear appropriate shoes
when operating your vehicle.
Unsuitable shoes (high heels, ski
boots,etc.) may interfere with your
ability to use the brake and accelerator pedal, and the clutch (if
equipped).
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1. Make sure the parking brake is
applied.
2. Manual Transaxle - Depress the
clutch pedal fully and shift the
transaxle into Neutral. Keep the clutch
pedal and brake pedal depressed
while turning the ignition switch to the
start position.
Automatic Transaxle - Place the
transaxle shift lever in P (Park).
Depress the brake pedal fully.
You can also start the engine when
the shift lever is in the N (Neutral)
position.
3. Turn the ignition switch to START and
hold it there until the engine starts (a
maximum of 10 seconds), then
release the key.
4. In extremely cold weather (below
0°F / -18°C) or after the vehicle has
not been operated for several days, let
the engine warm up without depressing the accelerator.
Whether the engine is cold or warm, it
should be started without depressing
the accelerator.
Driving your vehicle
MANUAL TRANSAXLE (IF EQUIPPED)
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CAUTION
Manual transaxle operation
If the engine stalls while you are in
motion, do not attempt to move the
shift lever to the P (Park) position. If
traffic and road conditions permit,
you may put the shift lever in the N
(Neutral) position while the vehicle
is still moving and turn the ignition
switch to the START position in an
attempt to restart the engine.
CAUTION
Do not engage the starter for more
than 10 seconds. If the engine stalls
or fails to start, wait 5 to 10 seconds
before re-engaging the starter.
Improper use of the starter may
damage it.
The shift lever can be moved without
pulling the ring (1).
The ring (1) must be pulled up while
moving the shift lever.
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The manual transaxle has 6 forward
gears.
This shift pattern is imprinted on the shift
knob. The transaxle is fully synchronized
in all forward gears so shifting to either a
higher or a lower gear is easily accomplished.
To shift gears, press the clutch pedal
down fully, select the desired gear with
the gearshift lever, and release the clutch
pedal slowly.
If your vehicle is equipped with an ignition lock switch, the engine will not start
when starting the engine without
depressing the clutch pedal. (if equipped)
The gearshift lever must be returned to
the neutral position before shifting into R
(Reverse). The ring (1) located immediately below the shift knob must be pulled
upward while moving the shift lever to the
R position.
Make sure the vehicle is completely
stopped before shifting into R (Reverse).
Never operate the engine with the
tachometer (rpm) in the red zone.
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Driving your vehicle
CAUTION
• When downshifting from fifth
gear to fourth gear, caution
should be taken not to inadvertently press the gear shift lever
sideways in such a manner that
second gear is engaged. Such a
drastic downshift may cause the
engine speed to increase to the
point that the tachometer will
enter the red-zone. Such overrevving of the engine may possibly cause engine damage.
• Do not downshift more than 2
gears or downshift (the gear)
when the engine is running at
high speed (5,000 RPM or higher).
Such a downshift may damage
the engine.
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• During cold weather, shifting may be
difficult until the transaxle lubricant has
warmed up. This is normal and not
harmful to the transaxle.
• If you've come to a complete stop and
it's hard to shift into 1st or R(Reverse),
put the shift lever in N(Neutral) position
and release the clutch. Press the
clutch pedal back down, and then shift
into 1st or R(Reverse) gear position.
CAUTION
• To avoid premature clutch wear
and damage, do not drive with
your foot resting on the clutch
pedal. Also, don’t use the clutch
to hold the vehicle stopped on an
uphill grade, while waiting for a
traffic light, etc.
• Do not use the shift lever as a
handrest during driving, as this
can result in premature wear of
the transaxle shift forks.
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WARNING
• Before leaving the driver’s seat,
always set the parking brake fully
and shut the engine off. Then
make sure the transaxle is shifted
into 1st gear when the vehicle is
parked on a level or uphill grade,
and shifted into R (Reverse) on a
downhill grade. Unexpected and
sudden vehicle movement can
occur if these precautions are not
followed in the order identified.
• If your vehicle has a manual
transaxle not equipped with a
ignition lock switch, it may move
and cause a serious accident
when starting the engine without
depressing the clutch pedal while
the parking brake is released and
the shift lever not in the N
(Neutral) position.
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Using the clutch
The clutch should be pressed all the way
to the floor before shifting, then released
slowly. The clutch pedal should always be
fully released while driving. Do not rest
your foot on the clutch pedal while driving. This can cause unnecessary wear.
Do not partially engage the clutch to hold
the vehicle on an incline. This causes
unnecessary wear. Use the foot brake or
parking brake to hold the vehicle on an
incline. Do not operate the clutch pedal
rapidly and repeatedly.
Good driving practices
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Downshifting
It is important to downshift when you
must slow down in heavy traffic or while
driving up or down steep hills.
Downshifting reduces the chance of
stalling and gives better acceleration.
When the vehicle is traveling down steep
hills, downshifting helps maintain safe
speed and prolongs brake life.
• Never take the vehicle out of gear and
coast down a hill. This is extremely
hazardous. Always leave the vehicle in
gear.
• Do not "ride" the brakes. This can
cause them to overheat and malfunction. Instead, when you are driving
down a long hill, slow down and shift to
a lower gear. When you do this, engine
braking will help slow down the vehicle.
• Slow down before shifting to a lower
gear. This will help avoid over-revving
the engine, which can cause damage.
• Slow down when you encounter cross
winds. This gives you much better control of your vehicle.
• Be sure the vehicle is completely
stopped before you attempt to shift into
reverse. The transaxle can be damaged if you do not. To shift into reverse,
depress the clutch, move the shift lever
to neutral, wait three seconds, then
shift to the reverse position.
• Exercise extreme caution when driving
on a slippery surface. Be especially
careful when braking, accelerating or
shifting gears. On a slippery surface,
an abrupt change in vehicle speed can
cause the drive wheels to lose traction
and the vehicle to go out of control.
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WARNING
• Always buckle-up! In a collision,
an unbelted occupant is significantly more likely to be seriously
injured or killed than a properly
belted occupant.
• Avoid high speeds when cornering or turning.
• Do not make quick steering
wheel movements, such as sharp
lane changes or fast, sharp turns.
• The risk of rollover is greatly
increased if you lose control of
your vehicle at highway speeds.
• Loss of control often occurs if
two or more wheels drop off the
roadway and the driver oversteers to reenter the roadway.
• In the event your vehicle leaves
the roadway, do not steer sharply.
Instead, slow down before pulling
back into the travel lanes.
• Never exceed posted speed limits.
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AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE (IF EQUIPPED)
Depress the brake pedal when shifting.
The shift lever can be moved freely.
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Automatic transaxle operation
The highly efficient automatic transaxle
has 6 forward speeds and one reverse
speed. The individual speeds are selected automatically, depending on the position of the shift lever.
✽ NOTICE
The first few shifts on a new vehicle, if
the battery has been disconnected, may
be somewhat abrupt. This is a normal
condition, and the shifting sequence will
adjust after shifts are cycled a few times
by the TCM (Transaxle Control
Module) or PCM (Powertrain Control
Module).
For smooth operation, depress the brake
pedal when shifting from N (Neutral) to a
forward or reverse gear.
WARNING - Automatic
transaxle
• Always check the surrounding
areas near your vehicle for people, especially children, before
shifting a vehicle into D (Drive) or
R (Reverse).
• Before leaving the driver’s seat,
always make sure the shift lever
is in the P (Park) position; then
set the parking brake fully and
shut the engine off. Unexpected
and sudden vehicle movement
can occur if these precautions
are not followed in the order identified.
CAUTION
• To avoid damage to your
transaxle, do not accelerate the
engine in R (Reverse) or any forward gear position with the
brakes on.
• When stopped on an upgrade, do
not hold the vehicle stationary
with engine power. Use the service brake or the parking brake.
• Do not shift from N (Neutral) or P
(Park) into D (Drive), or R
(Reverse) when the engine is
above idle speed.
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Transaxle ranges
The indicator lights in the instrument
cluster displays the shift lever position
when the ignition switch is in the ON
position.
P (Park)
Always come to a complete stop before
shifting into P (Park). This position locks
the transaxle and prevents the front
wheels from rotating.
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WARNING
• Shifting into P (Park) while the
vehicle is in motion will cause the
drive wheels to lock which will
cause you to lose control of the
vehicle.
• Do not use the P (Park) position
in place of the parking brake.
Always make sure the shift lever
is latched in the P (Park) position
and set the parking brake fully.
• Never leave a child unattended in
a vehicle.
R (Reverse)
Use this position to drive the vehicle
backward.
CAUTION
Always come to a complete stop
before shifting into or out of R
(Reverse); you may damage the
transaxle if you shift into R
(Reverse) while the vehicle is in
motion, except as explained in
“Rocking the vehicle”, in this manual.
CAUTION
The transaxle may be damaged if
you shift into P (Park) while the
vehicle is in motion.
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N (Neutral)
The wheels and transaxle are not
engaged. The vehicle will roll freely even
on the slightest incline unless the parking
brake or service brakes are applied.
D (Drive)
This is the normal forward driving position. The transaxle will automatically shift
through a 6-gear sequence, providing the
best fuel economy and power.
For extra power when passing another
vehicle or climbing grades, depress the
accelerator fully, at which time the
transaxle will automatically downshift to
the next lower gear.
✽ NOTICE
Always come to a complete stop before
shifting into D (Drive).
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✽ NOTICE
Spor ts
mode
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Sports mode
Whether the vehicle is stationary or in
motion, sports mode is selected by pushing the shift lever from the D (Drive) position into the manual gate. To return to D
(Drive) range operation, push the shift
lever back into the main gate.
In sports mode, moving the shift lever
backwards and forwards will allow you to
make gearshifts rapidly. In contrast to a
manual transaxle, the sports mode
allows gearshifts with the accelerator
pedal depressed.
Up (+) : Push the lever forward once to
shift up one gear.
Down (-) : Pull the lever backwards once
to shift down one gear.
• In sports mode, the driver must execute upshifts in accordance with road
conditions, taking care to keep the
engine speed below the red zone.
• In sports mode, only the 6 forward
gears can be selected. To reverse or
park the vehicle, move the shift lever
to the R (Reverse) or P (Park) position
as required.
• In sports mode, downshifts are made
automatically when the vehicle slows
down. When the vehicle stops, 1st gear
is automatically selected.
• In sports mode, when the engine rpm
approaches the red zone, the transaxle
will upshift automatically.
• To maintain the required levels of
vehicle performance and safety, the
system may not execute certain
gearshifts when the shift lever is operated.
• When driving on a slippery road,
push the shift lever forward into the
+(up) position. This causes the
transaxle to shift into the 2nd (or 3rd)
gear which is better for smooth driving on a slippery road. Push the shift
lever to the -(down) side to shift back
to the 1st gear.
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Shift lock system
For your safety, the automatic transaxle
has a shift lock system which prevents
shifting the transaxle from P (Park) or N
(Neutral) into R (Reverse) unless the
brake pedal is depressed.
To shift the transaxle from P (Park) or N
(Neutral) into R (Reverse):
1. Depress and hold the brake pedal.
2. Start the engine or turn the ignition
switch to the ON position.
3. Move the shift lever.
If the brake pedal is repeatedly
depressed and released with the shift
lever in the P (Park) position, a chattering
noise near the shift lever may be heard.
This is a normal condition.
WARNING
Always fully depress the brake
pedal before and while shifting out
of the P (Park) position into another position to avoid inadvertent
motion of the vehicle which could
injure persons in or around the
vehicle.
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Ignition key interlock system
(if equipped)
The ignition key cannot be removed
unless the shift lever is in the P (Park)
position. If the ignition switch is in any
other position, the key cannot be
removed.
Good driving practices
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Shift-lock override
If the shift lever cannot be moved from
the P (Park) or N (Neutral) position into R
(Reverse) position with the brake pedal
depressed, continue depressing the
brake, then do the following:
1. Carefully remove the cap (1) covering
the shift-lock override access hole.
2. Insert a screwdriver (or key) into the
access hole and press down on the
screwdriver (or key).
3. Move the shift lever.
4. Have your vehicle inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer immediately.
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• Never move the shift lever from P
(Park) or N (Neutral) to any other position with the accelerator pedal
depressed.
• Never move the shift lever into "P"
when the vehicle is in motion.
• Be sure the vehicle is completely
stopped before you attempt to shift into
R (Reverse) or D (Drive).
• Never take the vehicle out of gear and
coast down a hill. This may be
extremely hazardous. Always leave the
vehicle in gear when moving.
• Do not "ride" the brakes. This can
cause them to overheat and malfunction. Instead, when you are driving
down a long hill, slow down and shift to
a lower gear. When you do this, engine
braking will help slow down the vehicle.
• Slow down before shifting to a lower
gear. Otherwise, the lower gear may
not be engaged.
• Always use the parking brake. Do not
depend on placing the transaxle in P
(Park) to keep the vehicle from moving.
• Exercise extreme caution when driving
on a slippery surface. Be especially
careful when braking, accelerating or
shifting gears. On a slippery surface,
an abrupt change in vehicle speed can
cause the drive wheels to lose traction
and the vehicle to go out of control.
Driving your vehicle
• Optimum vehicle performance and
economy is obtained by smoothly
depressing and releasing the accelerator pedal.
WARNING
• Always buckle-up! In a collision,
an unbelted occupant is significantly more likely to be seriously
injured or killed than a properly
belted occupant.
• Avoid high speeds when cornering or turning.
• Do not make quick steering
wheel movements, such as sharp
lane changes or fast, sharp turns.
• The risk of rollover is greatly
increased if you lose control of
your vehicle at highway speeds.
• Loss of control often occurs if
two or more wheels drop off the
roadway and the driver oversteers to reenter the roadway.
• In the event your vehicle leaves
the roadway, do not steer sharply.
Instead, slow down before pulling
back into the travel lanes.
• Never exceed posted speed limits.
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WARNING
If your vehicle becomes stuck in
snow, mud, sand, etc., then you
may attempt to rock the vehicle free
by moving it forward and backward.
Do not attempt this procedure if
people or objects are anywhere
near the vehicle. During the rocking
operation the vehicle may suddenly
move forward or backward as it
becomes unstuck, causing injury
or damage to nearby people or
objects.
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Moving up a steep grade from a standing start
To move up a steep grade from a standing start, depress the brake pedal, shift
the shift lever to D (Drive). Select the
appropriate gear depending on load
weight and steepness of the grade, and
release the parking brake. Depress the
accelerator gradually while releasing the
service brakes.
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ALL WHEEL DRIVE (AWD) (IF EQUIPPED)
Engine power can be delivered to all front
and rear wheels for maximum traction.
AWD is useful when extra traction is
required, such as, when driving on slippery, muddy, wet, or snow-covered
roads. These vehicles are not designed
for challenging off-road use. Occasional
off-road use such as established
unpaved roads and trails are OK. It is
always important when traveling off-highway that the driver carefully reduces the
speed to a level that does not exceed the
safe operating speed for those conditions. In general, off-road conditions provide less traction and braking effectiveness than normal road conditions. The
driver must be especially alert to avoid
driving on slopes which tilt the vehicle to
either side.
These factors must be carefully considered when driving off-road. Keeping the
vehicle in contact with the driving surface
and under control in these conditions is
always the driver's responsibility for the
safety of him/herself and his or her passengers.
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WARNING - Off road driving
This vehicle is designed primarily
for on road use although it can operate effectively off road. However, it
was not designed to drive in challenging off-road conditions. Driving
in conditions that exceed the vehicle's intended design or the driver's
experience level may result in
severe injury or death.
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Tight corner brake effect
CAUTION - AWD
When turning sharply on a paved
road at low speed while in all wheel
drive, steering control will be difficult.
Tight corner brake effect is a unique
characteristic of all wheel drive vehicles
caused by the difference in tire rotation at
the four wheels and the zero-degree
alignment of the front wheels and suspension.
Sharp turns at low speeds should be carried out with caution.
Driving your vehicle
ALL Wheel Drive (AWD) transfer mode selection
Transfer mode
Selection button
Indicator light
AWD AUTO
(AWD LOCK is
deactivated)
(Indicator light is
not illuminated)
AWD LOCK
(Indicator light is
illuminated)
Description
• When driving in AWD AUTO mode, the vehicle operates similar to conventional 2WD vehicles under normal operating
conditions. However, if the system determines that there is a
need for the AWD mode, the engine’s driving power is distributed to all four wheels automatically without driver intervention.
• When driving on normal roads and pavement, the vehicle
moves similar to conventional 2WD vehicles.
• This mode is used for climbing or descending sharp grades,
off-road driving, driving on sandy and muddy roads, etc., to
maximize traction.
• This mode automatically begins to deactivate at speeds
above 30 km/h (19 mph) and is shifted to AWD AUTO mode
at speed above 40 km/h (25 mph). If the vehicle decelerates
to speeds below 30 km/h (19 mph), however, the transfer
mode is shifted into AWD LOCK mode again.
✽ NOTICE
• When driving on normal roads, deactivate the AWD LOCK mode by pushing the AWD LOCK button (the indicator light goes
off). Driving on normal roads with AWD LOCK mode(especially, when cornering) may cause mechanical noise or vibration.
The noise and vibration will disappear when the AWD LOCK mode is deactivated. Some parts of the power train may be damaged by prolonged driving with the noise and vibration.
• When the AWD LOCK mode is deactivated, a shock may be felt as the drive power is delivered entirely to the front wheels.
This shock is not a mechanical failure.
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For safe all wheel drive operation
WARNING - All wheel
driving
When conditions demand the use
of four-wheel drive, all functions of
your vehicle are exposed to
extreme stress. Slow down and be
ready for changes in the composition and traction of the surface
under your tires. If you have any
doubt about the safety of the conditions you are facing, stop and consider the best way to proceed. Do
not exceed the ability of yourself or
your vehicle to operate safely.
• Do not try to drive in deep standing
water or mud since such conditions
can stall your engine and clog your
exhaust pipes. Do not drive down
steep hills since it requires extreme
skill to maintain control of the vehicle.
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• When you are driving up or down hills
drive as straight as possible. Use
extreme caution in going up or down
steep hills, since you may flip your
vehicle over depending on the grade,
terrain and water/mud conditions.
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WARNING - Hills
Driving across the contour of steep
hills can be extremely dangerous.
This danger can come from slight
changes in the wheel angle which
can destabilize the vehicle or, even
if the vehicle is maintaining stability under power, it can lose that stability if the vehicle stops its forward
motion. Your vehicle may roll over
without warning and without time
for you to correct a mistake that
could cause serious injury or
death.
Driving your vehicle
• You must consciously take the effort to
learn how to corner in a AWD vehicle.
Do not rely on your experience in conventional 2WD vehicles in choosing
safe cornering speed in AWD mode.
For starters, you must drive more slowly in AWD.
• Drive carefully off-road because your
vehicle may be damaged by rocks or
roots of trees. Become familiar with the
off-road conditions where you are
going to drive before you begin driving.
WARNING - Wind danger
If you are driving in heavy wind, the
vehicle's higher center of gravity
decreases your steering control
capacity and requires you to drive
more slowly.
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WARNING - AWD
Reduce speed when you turn corners. The center of gravity of AWD
vehicles is higher than that of conventional 2WD vehicles, making
them more likely to roll over when
you turn corners too fast.
WARNING - Steering
wheel
Do not grab the inside of the steering wheel when you are driving offroad. You may hurt your arm by a
sudden steering maneuver or from
steering wheel rebound due to
impact with objects on the ground.
You could lose control of the steering wheel.
• If you need to drive in the water, stop
your vehicle, set your transfer to the
AWD LOCK mode and drive at less
than 5 mph (8 km/h).
WARNING - Driving
through water
Drive slowly. If you are driving too
fast in water, the water can get into
the engine compartment and wet
the ignition system, causing your
vehicle to suddenly stop. If this
happens and your vehicle is in a
tilted position, your vehicle may roll
over.
• Always hold the steering wheel firmly
when you are driving off-road.
• Make sure all passengers are wearing
seat belts.
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✽ NOTICE
• Do not drive in water if the level is
higher than the bottom of the vehicle.
• Check your brake condition once you
are out of mud or water. Press the
brake pedal several times as you move
slowly until you feel normal braking
forces return.
• Shorten your scheduled maintenance
interval if you drive in off-road conditions such as sand, mud or water (see
“Maintenance under severe usage
conditions” in section 7). Always wash
your vehicle thoroughly after off road
use, especially cleaning the bottom of
the vehicle.
• Since the driving torque is always
applied to the 4 wheels the performance of the AWD vehicle is greatly
affected by the condition of the tires.
Be sure to equip the vehicle with four
tires of the same size and type.
• A full time all wheel drive vehicle cannot be towed by an ordinary tow
truck. Make sure that the vehicle is
placed on a flat bed truck for moving.
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WARNING - AWD driving
• Avoid high cornering speed.
• Do not make quick steering
wheel movements, such as sharp
lane changes or fast, sharp turns.
• The risk of rollover is greatly
increased if you lose control of
your vehicle at high speed.
• In a collision, an unbelted person
is significantly more likely to die
compared to a person wearing a
seat belt.
• Loss of control often occurs if
two or more wheels drop off the
roadway and the driver over
steers to re-enter the roadway. In
the event your vehicle leaves the
roadway, do not steer sharply.
Instead, slow down before pulling
back into the travel lanes.
CAUTION - Mud or snow
If one of the front or rear wheels
begins to spin in mud, snow, etc.
the vehicle can sometimes be driven out by depressing the accelerator pedal further; however avoid
running the engine continuously at
high rpm because doing so could
damage the AWD system.
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This multi-purpose passenger vehicle is
defined as a Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV).
SUV’s have higher ground clearance and
a narrower track to make them capable
of performing in a wide variety of off-road
applications. Specific design characteristics give them a higher center of gravity
than ordinary vehicles. An advantage of
the higher ground clearance is a better
view of the road, which allows you to
anticipate problems. They are not
designed for cornering at the same
speeds as conventional passenger vehicles, any more than low-slung sports
cars are designed to perform satisfactorily in off-road conditions. Due to this risk,
driver and passengers are strongly recommended to buckle their seat belts. In
a rollover crash, an unbelted person is
more likely to die than a person wearing
a seat belt. There are steps that a driver
can make to reduce the risk of a rollover.
If at all possible, avoid sharp turns or
abrupt maneuvers, do not load your roof
rack with heavy cargo, and never modify
your vehicle in any way.
Driving your vehicle
WARNING - Rollover
As with other Sports Utility Vehicle
(SUV), failure to operate this vehicle correctly may result in loss of
control, an accident or vehicle
rollover.
• Utility vehicles have a significantly higher rollover rate than other
types of vehicles.
• Specific design characteristics
(higher ground clearance, narrower track, etc.) give this vehicle
a higher center of gravity than
ordinary vehicles.
• A SUV is not designed for cornering at the same speeds as conventional vehicles.
• Avoid sharp turns or abrupt
maneuvers.
• In a rollover crash, an unbelted
person is significantly more likely to die than a person wearing a
seat belt. Make sure everyone in
the vehicle is properly buckled
up.
WARNING
Your vehicle is equipped with tires
designed to provide safe ride and
handling capability. Do not use a
size and type of tire and wheel that
is different from the one that is
originally installed on your vehicle.
It can affect the safety and performance of your vehicle, which could
lead to steering failure or rollover
and serious injury. When replacing
the tires, be sure to equip all four
tires with the tire and wheel of the
same size, type, tread, brand and
load-carrying capacity. If you nevertheless decide to equip your vehicle with any tire/wheel combination
not recommended by HYUNDAI for
off road driving, you should not use
these tires for highway driving.
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WARNING - Jacked vehicle
While a full-time AWD vehicle is
raised on a jack, never start the
engine or cause the tires to rotate.
There is a danger that rotating tires
touching the ground could cause
the vehicle to fall off the jack and to
jump forward or rearward.
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• Full-time AWD vehicles must be tested
on a special four wheel chassis
dynamometer.
WARNING - Dynamometer
testing
Keep away from the front of the
vehicle while the vehicle is in gear
on the dynamometer. This is very
dangerous as the vehicle can jump
forward and cause serious injury or
death.
✽ NOTICE
Never engage the parking brake while
performing these tests.
• A full-time AWD vehicle should not be
tested on a 2WD roll tester. If a 2WD
roll tester must be used, perform the
following:
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Temporary free roller
Roll tester (speedometer)
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1. Check the tire pressures recommended for your vehicle.
2. Place the front wheels on the roll
tester for a speedometer test as shown
in the illustration.
3. Release the parking brake.
4. Place the rear wheels on the temporary free roller as shown in the illustration.
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BRAKE SYSTEM
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Power brakes
Your vehicle has power-assisted brakes
that adjust automatically through normal
usage.
In the event that the power-assisted
brakes lose power because of a stalled
engine or some other reason, you can
still stop your vehicle by applying greater
force to the brake pedal than you normally would. The stopping distance, however, will be longer.
When the engine is not running, the
reserve brake power is partially depleted
each time the brake pedal is applied. Do
not pump the brake pedal when the
power assist has been interrupted.
Pump the brake pedal only when necessary to maintain steering control on slippery surfaces.
WARNING - Brakes
• Do not drive with your foot resting on the brake pedal. This will
create abnormal high brake temperatures, excessive brake lining
and pad wear, and increased
stopping distances.
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• When descending a long or steep
hill, shift to a lower gear and
avoid continuous application of
the brakes. Continuous brake
application will cause the brakes
to overheat and could result in a
temporary loss of braking performance.
• Wet brakes may impair the vehicle’s ability to safely slow down;
the vehicle may also pull to one
side when the brakes are applied.
Applying the brakes lightly will
indicate whether they have been
affected in this way. Always test
your brakes in this fashion after
driving through deep water. To
dry the brakes, apply them lightly
while maintaining a safe forward
speed until brake performance
returns to normal.
• Always, confirm the position of
the brake and accelerator pedal
before driving. If you don't check
the position of the accelerator
and brake pedal before driving,
you may depress the accelerator
instead of the brake pedal. It may
cause a serious accident.
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In the event of brake failure
If service brakes fail to operate while the
vehicle is in motion, you can make an
emergency stop with the parking brake.
The stopping distance, however, will be
much greater than normal.
WARNING - Parking brake
Applying the parking brake while
the vehicle is moving at normal
speeds can cause a sudden loss of
control of the vehicle. If you must
use the parking brake to stop the
vehicle, use great caution in applying the brake.
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Disc brakes wear indicator
When your brake pads are worn and new
pads are required, you will hear a highpitched warning sound from your front
brakes or rear brakes (if equipped). You
may hear this sound come and go or it
may occur whenever you depress the
brake pedal.
Please remember that some driving conditions or climates may cause a brake
squeal when you first apply (or lightly
apply) the brakes. This is normal and does
not indicate a problem with your brakes.
CAUTION
• To avoid costly brake repairs, do
not continue to drive with worn
brake pads.
• Always replace the front or rear
brake pads as pairs.
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Parking brake
Applying the parking brake
Foot type
To engage the parking brake, first apply
the foot brake and then depress the parking brake pedal down as far as possible.
WARNING - Brake wear
This brake wear warning sound
means your vehicle needs service.
If you ignore this audible warning,
you will eventually lose braking
performance, which could lead to a
serious accident.
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Hand type
To engage the parking brake, first apply
the foot brake and then pull up the parking brake lever as far as possible.
In addition it is recommended that when
parking the vehicle on an incline, the shift
lever should be in the appropriate low
gear on manual transaxle vehicles or in
the P (Park) position on automatic
transaxle vehicles.
Driving your vehicle
CAUTION
• Driving with the parking brake
applied will cause excessive
brake pad and brake rotor wear.
• Do not operate the parking brake
while the vehicle is moving
except in an emergency situation.
It could damage the vehicle system and make endanger driving
safety.
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OCM050020
Releasing the parking brake
Foot type
To release the parking brake, depress
the parking brake pedal a second time
while applying the foot brake. The pedal
will automatically extend to the fully
released position.
Hand type
To release the parking brake, first apply
the foot brake and pull up the parking
brake lever slightly. Secondly press the
release button (1) and lower the parking
brake lever (2) while holding the button.
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Anti-lock brake system (ABS)
If the parking brake does not release or
does not release all the way, have the
system checked by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
WARNING
WARNING
• To prevent unintentional movement when stopped and leaving
the vehicle, do not use the
gearshift lever in place of the
parking brake. Set the parking
brake AND make sure the
gearshift lever is securely positioned in 1st (First) gear or R
(Reverse) for manual transaxle
equipped vehicles and in P (Park)
for automatic transaxle equipped
vehicles.
• Never allow anyone who is unfamiliar with the vehicle to touch
the parking brake. If the parking
brake is released unintentionally,
serious injury may occur.
• All vehicles should always have
the parking brake fully engaged
when parking to avoid inadvertent movement of the vehicle
which can injure occupants or
pedestrians.
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Check the brake warning light by turning
the ignition switch ON (do not start the
engine). This light will be illuminated when
the parking brake is applied with the ignition switch in the START or ON position.
Before driving, be sure the parking brake
is fully released and the brake warning
light is off.
If the brake warning light remains on
after the parking brake is released while
engine is running, there may be a malfunction in the brake system. Immediate
attention is necessary.
If at all possible, cease driving the vehicle immediately. If that is not possible,
use extreme caution while operating the
vehicle and only continue to drive the
vehicle until you can reach a safe location or repair shop.
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ABS (or ESC) will not prevent accidents due to improper or dangerous driving maneuvers. Even
though vehicle control is improved
during emergency braking, always
maintain a safe distance between
you and objects ahead. Vehicle
speeds should always be reduced
during extreme road conditions.
The braking distance for vehicles
equipped with an anti-lock braking
system or (Electronic Stability
Control System) may be longer
than for those without it in the following road conditions.
During these conditions the vehicle
should be driven at reduced
speeds:
• Rough, gravel or snow-covered
roads.
• With tire chains installed.
• On roads where the road surface
is pitted or has different surface
height.
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The safety features of an ABS (or
ESC) equipped vehicle should not
be tested by high speed driving or
cornering. This could endanger the
safety of yourself or others.
The ABS continuously senses the speed
of the wheels. If the wheels are going to
lock, the ABS system repeatedly modulates the hydraulic brake pressure to the
wheels.
When you apply your brakes under conditions which may lock the wheels, you
may hear a “tik-tik’’ sound from the
brakes, or feel a corresponding sensation
in the brake pedal. This is normal and it
means your ABS is active.
In order to obtain the maximum benefit
from your ABS in an emergency situation, do not attempt to modulate your
brake pressure and do not try to pump
your brakes. Press your brake pedal as
hard as possible or as hard as the situation warrants and allow the ABS to control the force being delivered to the
brakes.
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✽ NOTICE
A click sound may be heard in the
engine compartment when the vehicle
begins to move after the engine is started. These conditions are normal and
indicate that the anti-lock brake system
is functioning properly.
• Even with the anti-lock brake system,
your vehicle still requires sufficient
stopping distance. Always maintain a
safe distance from the vehicle in front
of you.
• Always slow down when cornering.
The anti-lock brake system cannot prevent accidents resulting from excessive speeds.
• On loose or uneven road surfaces,
operation of the anti-lock brake system
may result in a longer stopping distance than for vehicles equipped with a
conventional brake system.
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CAUTION
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CAUTION
• If the ABS warning light is on and
stays on, you may have a problem
with the ABS. In this case, however, your regular brakes will work
normally.
• The ABS warning light will stay on
for approximately 3 seconds after
the ignition switch is ON. During
that time, the ABS will go through
self-diagnosis and the light will go
off if everything is normal. If the
light stays on, you may have a
problem with your ABS. Contact
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer as
soon as possible.
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• When you drive on a road having
poor traction, such as an icy road,
and operate your brakes continuously, the ABS will be active continuously and the ABS warning
light may illuminate. Pull your
vehicle over to a safe place and
stop the engine.
• Restart the engine. If the ABS
warning light is off, then your
ABS
system
is
normal.
Otherwise, you may have a problem with the ABS. Contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer as
soon as possible.
✽ NOTICE
When you jump start your vehicle
because of a drained battery, the engine
may not run as smoothly and the ABS
warning light may turn on at the same
time. This happens because of the low
battery voltage. It does not mean your
ABS is malfunctioning.
• Do not pump your brakes!
• Have the battery recharged before
driving the vehicle.
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Electronic stability control (ESC)
The Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
system is designed to stabilize the vehicle
during cornering maneuvers. ESC checks
where you are steering and where the
vehicle is actually going. ESC applies the
brakes at individual wheels and intervenes
in the engine management system to
stabilize the vehicle.
Driving your vehicle
WARNING
Never drive too fast for the road
conditions or too quickly when cornering. Electronic stability control
(ESC) will not prevent accidents.
Excessive speed in turns, abrupt
maneuvers and hydroplaning on
wet surfaces can still result in serious accidents. Only a safe and
attentive driver can prevent accidents by avoiding maneuvers that
cause the vehicle to lose traction.
Even with ESC installed, always follow all the normal precautions for
driving - including driving at safe
speeds for the conditions.
The Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
system is an electronic system designed
to help the driver maintain vehicle control
under adverse conditions. It is not a
substitute for safe driving practices.
Factors including speed, road conditions
and driver steering input can all affect
whether ESC will be effective in
preventing a loss of control. It is still your
responsibility to drive and corner at
reasonable speeds and to leave a
sufficient margin of safety.
When you apply your brakes under conditions which may lock the wheels, you
may hear a “tik-tik’’ sound from the
brakes, or feel a corresponding sensation
in the brake pedal. This is normal and it
means your ESC is active.
✽ NOTICE
A click sound may be heard in the
engine compartment when the vehicle
begins to move after the engine is started. These conditions are normal and
indicate that the Electronic Stability
Control System is functioning properly.
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ESC operation
ESC ON condition
• When the ignition is turned
ON, ESC and ESC OFF indicator lights illuminate for
approximately 3 seconds,
then ESC is turned on.
• Press the ESC OFF button
for at least half a second after
turning the ignition ON to turn
ESC off. (ESC OFF indicator
will illuminate). To turn the
ESC on, press the ESC OFF
button (ESC OFF indicator
light will go off).
• When starting the engine,
you may hear a slight ticking
sound. This is the ESC performing an automatic system
self-check and does not indicate a problem.
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When operating
When the ESC is in operation,
the ESC indicator light blinks.
• When the Electronic Stability
Control is operating properly,
you can feel a slight pulsation
in the vehicle. This is only the
effect of brake control and indicates nothing unusual.
• When moving out of the mud
or driving on a slippery road,
pressing the accelerator
pedal may not cause the
engine rpm (revolutions per
minute) to increase.
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ESC operation off
ESC OFF state
• To cancel ESC operation,
press the ESC OFF button
(ESC OFF indicator light illuminates).
• If the ignition switch is turned
to LOCK position when ESC is
off, ESC remains off. Upon
restarting the engine, the ESC
will automatically turn on
again.
■ ESC indicator light
■ ESC OFF indicator light
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Indicator light
When ignition switch is turned to ON, the
indicator light illuminates, then goes off if
the ESC system is operating normally.
The ESC indicator light blinks whenever
ESC is operating or illuminates when
ESC fails to operate.
The ESC OFF indicator light comes on
when the ESC is turned off with the button.
CAUTION
Driving with varying tire or wheel
sizes may cause the ESC system to
malfunction. When replacing tires,
make sure they are the same size as
your original tires.
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WARNING
The Electronic Stability Control system is only a driving aid; use precautions for safe driving by slowing
down on curved, snowy, or icy
roads. Drive slowly and don’t
attempt to accelerate whenever the
ESC indicator light is blinking, or
when the road surface is slippery.
ESC OFF usage
When driving
• ESC should be turned on for daily driving whenever possible.
• To turn ESC off while driving, press the
ESC OFF button while driving on a flat
road surface.
WARNING
Never press the ESC OFF button
while ESC is operating (ESC indicator light blinks).
If ESC is turned off while ESC is
operating, the vehicle may slip out
of control.
✽ NOTICE
• When operating the vehicle on a
dynamometer, ensure that the ESC is
turned off (ESC OFF light illuminated). If the ESC is left on, it may prevent the vehicle speed from increasing, and result in false diagnosis.
• Turning the ESC off does not affect
ABS or brake system operation.
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Downhill brake control (DBC)
(if equipped)
The Downhill Brake Control (DBC)
assists the driver when descending a
steep hill without the driver depressing
the brake pedal. It slows the vehicle to
under approximately 22 mph (35 km/h)
and lets the driver concentrate on steering the vehicle.
DBC defaults to the OFF position whenever the ignition is turned on.
The DBC can be turned on or off by
pushing the button.
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Indicator
light
Description
Standby
Green light
illuminated
Press the DBC button when the vehicle speed is under
25 mph (40 km/h). The DBC system will turn ON and enter the
standby mode.
The system maintains the standby mode when vehicle speed is
under approximately 38 mph (60km/h).
Activated
Green light
blink
In the standby mode, DBC will activate automatically under
the following conditions:
• The incline is over a certain degree.
• The brake pedal or accelerator pedal is not depressed.
OFF
Green light
OFF
The DBC will turn OFF under the following conditions:
• The DBC button is pressed again.
• The vehicle speed is over approximately 38 mph (60 km/h).
Mode
Temporarily
deactivated
Green light
illuminated
In the activated mode, the DBC will temporarily deactivate
under the following conditions:
• The hill is not steep enough.
• The brake pedal or accelerator pedal is depressed.
When the above conditions are gone, the DBC will automatically activate again.
WARNING
If the DBC red indicator light illuminates, the system has overheated or there
is an operational problem. The DBC will not activate. If the DBC red indicator
light illuminates even though the DBC system has cooled, have the system
checked by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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✽ NOTICE
• The DBC does not turn ON in the P
(Park) position.
• The DBC may not activate if the ESC
(or BAS) is activated.
• Noise or vibration may occur from the
brakes when the DBC is activated.
• The rear stop light comes on when the
DBC is activated.
• Always turn OFF the DBC on normal
roads. The DBC might activate from
the standby mode during abrupt cornering or driving over speed bumps.
WARNING
• Unnecessary or unwanted DBC
activation may result in an accident.
• On a very steep hill even though
the brake pedal or accelerator
pedal is depressed the DBC may
not deactivate.
• DBC may activate and cause the
engine to stop in vehicles with
manual transaxle if you drive in
3rd gear (or above) with DBC on.
Do not turn on DBC when driving
in 3rd gear (or above).
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Good braking practices
WARNING
• Whenever you leave or park your
vehicle, always set the parking
brake as far as possible and fully
engage the vehicle's transaxle
into the P (Park) position. If the
parking brake is not fully
engaged, the vehicle may move
inadvertently and injure yourself
and others.
• All vehicles should always have
the parking brake fully engaged
when parking to avoid inadvertent movement of the vehicle
which can injure occupants or
pedestrians.
•
•
•
• After being parked, check to be sure
the parking brake is not engaged and
that the parking brake indicator light is
out before driving away.
• Driving through water may get the
brakes wet. They can also get wet
when the vehicle is washed. Wet
brakes can be dangerous! Your vehicle
will not stop as quickly if the brakes are
wet. Wet brakes may cause the vehicle
to pull to one side.
•
To dry the brakes, apply the brakes
lightly until the braking action returns to
normal, taking care to keep the vehicle
under control at all times. If the braking
action does not return to normal, stop
as soon as it is safe to do so and call
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer for
assistance.
Don't coast down hills with the vehicle
out of gear. This is extremely hazardous.
Keep the vehicle in gear at all times, use
the brakes to slow down, then shift to a
lower gear so that engine braking will
help you maintain a safe speed.
Don't "ride" the brake pedal. Resting
your foot on the brake pedal while driving can be dangerous because it can
result in the brakes overheating and losing their effectiveness. It also increases
the wear of the brake components.
If a tire goes flat while you are driving,
apply the brakes gently and keep the
vehicle pointed straight ahead while you
slow down. When you are moving slowly enough for it to be safe to do so, pull
off the road and stop in a safe place.
If your vehicle is equipped with an automatic transaxle, don't let your vehicle
creep forward. To avoid creeping forward, keep your foot firmly on the brake
pedal when the vehicle is stopped.
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• Use caution when parking on a hill.
Firmly engage the parking brake and
place the shift lever in P (automatic
transaxle) or in first or reverse gear
(manual transaxle). If your vehicle is
facing downhill, turn the front wheels
into the curb to help keep the vehicle
from rolling. If your vehicle is facing
uphill, turn the front wheels away from
the curb to help keep the vehicle from
rolling. If there is no curb or if it is
required by other conditions to keep the
vehicle from rolling, block the wheels.
• Under some conditions your parking
brake can freeze in the engaged position. This is most likely to happen when
there is an accumulation of snow or ice
around or near the rear brakes or if the
brakes are wet. If there is a risk that the
parking brake may freeze, apply it only
temporarily while you put the gear
selector lever in P (automatic
transaxle) or in first or reverse gear
(manual transaxle) and block the rear
wheels so the vehicle cannot roll. Then
release the parking brake.
• Do not hold the vehicle on the upgrade
with the accelerator pedal. This can
cause the transaxle to overheat.
Always use the brake pedal or parking
brake.
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CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEM
WARNING
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1. Cruise indicator
2. Cruise set indicator
The cruise control system allows you to
program the vehicle to maintain a constant speed without resting your foot on
the accelerator pedal.
This system is designed to function
above approximately 25 mph (40 km/h).
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• If the cruise control is left on,
(CRUISE indicator light in the
instrument cluster illuminated),
the cruise control can be
switched on accidentally. Keep
the cruise control system off
(CRUISE indicator light OFF)
when the cruise control is not in
use, to avoid inadvertently setting a speed.
• Use the cruise control system
only when traveling on open
highways in good weather.
• Do not use the cruise control
when it may not be safe to keep
the vehicle at a constant speed,
for instance, driving in heavy or
varying traffic, or on slippery
(rainy, icy or snow-covered) or
winding roads or over 6% up-hill
or down-hill roads.
• Pay particular attention to the
driving conditions whenever
using the cruise control system.
• Be careful when driving downhill
using the cruise control system,
which may increase the vehicle
speed.
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CAUTION
During cruise-speed driving of a
manual transaxle vehicle, do not
shift into neutral without depressing the clutch pedal, since the
engine will be overrevved. If this
happens, depress the clutch pedal
or release the cruise control ONOFF switch.
✽ NOTICE
During normal cruise control operation,
when the SET switch is activated or
reactivated after applying the brakes,
the cruise control will energize after
approximately 3 seconds. This delay is
normal.
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To set cruise control speed:
1. Push the Cruise ON-OFF button on
the steering wheel to turn the system
on. The Cruise indicator light in the
instrument cluster will illuminate.
2. Accelerate to the desired speed, which
must be more than 25 mph (40 km/h).
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3. Push the -SET switch, and release it at
the desired speed. The SET indicator
light in the instrument cluster will illuminate. Release the accelerator at the
same time. The desired speed will automatically be maintained.
On a steep grade, the vehicle may slow
down or speed up slightly while going
downhill.
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To increase cruise control set
speed:
Follow either of these procedures:
• Push the RES+ switch and hold it. Your
vehicle will accelerate. Release the
switch at the speed you want.
• Push the RES+ switch and release it
immediately.
The cruising speed will increase by 1
mph (1.6 km/h) each time the RES+
switch is operated in this manner.
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To temporarily accelerate with the
cruise control on:
If you want to speed up temporarily when
the cruise control is on, depress the
accelerator pedal. Increased speed will
not interfere with cruise control operation
or change the set speed.
To return to the set speed, take your foot
off the accelerator.
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To cancel cruise control, do one
of the following:
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To decrease the cruising speed:
Follow either of these procedures:
• Push the -SET switch and hold it. Your
vehicle will gradually slow down.
Release the switch at the speed you
want to maintain.
• Push the -SET switch and release it
immediately.
The cruising speed will decrease by 1
mph (1.6 km/h) each time the -SET
switch is operated in this manner.
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• Press the brake pedal.
• Press the clutch pedal with a manual
transaxle.
• Shift into N (Neutral) with an automatic
transaxle.
• Press the CANCEL switch located on
the steering wheel.
• Decrease the vehicle speed lower than
the memory speed by 9 mph (15 km/h).
• Decrease the vehicle speed to less
than approximately 25 mph (40 km/h).
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Each of these actions will cancel cruise
control operation (the SET indicator light
in the instrument cluster will go off), but it
will not turn the system off. If you wish to
resume cruise control operation, push
the RES+ switch located on your steering
wheel. You will return to your previously
preset speed.
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To resume cruising speed at
more than approximately 25 mph
(40 km/h):
If any method other than the Cruise ONOFF switch was used to cancel cruising
speed and the system is still activated,
the most recent set speed will automatically resume when the RES+ switch is
pushed.
It will not resume, however, if the vehicle
speed has dropped below approximately
25 mph (40 km/h).
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To turn cruise control off, do one
of the following:
• Push the Cruise ON-OFF button (the
Cruise indicator light in the instrument
cluster will go off).
• Turn the ignition off.
Both of these actions cancel cruise control operation. If you want to resume
cruise control operation, repeat the steps
provided in “To set cruise control speed”
on the previous page.
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ECONOMICAL OPERATION
Your vehicle's fuel economy depends
mainly on your style of driving, where you
drive and when you drive.
Each of these factors affects how many
miles (kilometers) you can get from a
gallon (liter) of fuel. To operate your vehicle as economically as possible, use the
following driving suggestions to help
save money in both fuel and repairs:
• Drive smoothly. Accelerate at a moderate rate. Don't make "jack-rabbit" starts
or full-throttle shifts and maintain a
steady cruising speed. Don't race
between stoplights. Try to adjust your
speed to the traffic so you don't have to
change speeds unnecessarily. Avoid
heavy traffic whenever possible.
Always maintain a safe distance from
other vehicles so you can avoid unnecessary braking. This also reduces
brake wear.
• Drive at a moderate speed. The faster
you drive, the more fuel your vehicle
uses. Driving at a moderate speed,
especially on the highway, is one of the
most effective ways to reduce fuel consumption.
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• Don't "ride" the brake or clutch pedal.
This can increase fuel consumption
and also increase wear on these components. In addition, driving with your
foot resting on the brake pedal may
cause the brakes to overheat, which
reduces their effectiveness and may
lead to more serious consequences.
• Take care of your tires. Keep them
inflated to the recommended pressure.
Incorrect inflation, either too much or
too little, results in unnecessary tire
wear. Check the tire pressures at least
once a month.
• Be sure that the wheels are aligned
correctly. Improper alignment can
result from hitting curbs or driving too
fast over irregular surfaces. Poor alignment causes faster tire wear and may
also result in other problems as well as
greater fuel consumption.
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• Keep your vehicle in good condition.
For better fuel economy and reduced
maintenance costs, maintain your vehicle in accordance with the maintenance schedule in Section 7. If you
drive your vehicle in severe conditions,
more frequent maintenance is required
(see Section 7 for details).
• Keep your vehicle clean. For maximum
service, your vehicle should be kept
clean and free of corrosive materials. It
is especially important that mud, dirt,
ice, etc. not be allowed to accumulate
on the underside of the vehicle. This
extra weight can result in increased
fuel consumption and also contribute
to corrosion.
• Travel lightly. Don't carry unnecessary
weight in your vehicle. Weight reduces
fuel economy.
• Don't let the engine idle longer than
necessary. If you are waiting (and not
in traffic), turn off your engine and
restart only when you're ready to go.
Driving your vehicle
• Remember, your vehicle does not
require extended warm-up. After the
engine has started, allow the engine to
run for 10 to 20 seconds prior to placing the vehicle in gear. In very cold
weather, however, give your engine a
slightly longer warm-up period.
• Don't "lug" or "over-rev" the engine.
Lugging is driving too slowly in too
high a gear resulting engine bucking. If
this happens, shift to a lower gear.
Over-revving is racing the engine
beyond its safe limit. This can be avoided by shifting at the recommended
speeds.
• Use your air conditioning sparingly.
The air conditioning system is operated by engine power so your fuel economy is reduced when you use it.
• Open windows at high speeds can
reduce fuel economy.
• Fuel economy is less in crosswinds
and headwinds. To help offset some of
this loss, slow down when driving in
these conditions.
Keeping a vehicle in good operating condition is important both for economy and
safety. Therefore, have an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer perform scheduled
inspections and maintenance.
WARNING - Engine off during motion
Never turn the engine off to coast
down hills or anytime the vehicle is
in motion. The power steering and
power brakes will not function
properly without the engine running. Instead, keep the engine on
and downshift to an appropriate
gear for engine braking effect. In
addition, turning off the ignition
while driving could engage the
steering wheel lock resulting in
loss of vehicle steering which
could cause serious injury or
death.
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SPECIAL DRIVING CONDITIONS
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Hazardous driving conditions
When hazardous driving conditions are
encountered such as water, snow, ice,
mud, sand, or similar hazards, follow
these suggestions:
• Drive cautiously and allow extra distance for braking.
• Avoid sudden braking or steering.
• When braking with non-ABS brakes
pump the brake pedal with a light upand-down motion until the vehicle is
stopped.
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WARNING - Downshifting
Downshifting with an automatic
transaxle, while driving on slippery
surfaces can cause an accident.
The sudden change in tire speed
could cause the tires to skid. Be
careful when downshifting on slippery surfaces.
WARNING - ABS
Do not pump the brake pedal on a
vehicle equipped with ABS.
Rocking the vehicle
If it is necessary to rock the vehicle to
free it from snow, sand, or mud, first turn
the steering wheel right and left to clear
the area around your front wheels. Then,
shift back and forth between 1st (First)
and R (Reverse) in vehicles equipped
with a manual transaxle or R (Reverse)
and any forward gear in vehicles
equipped with an automatic transaxle.
Do not race the engine, and spin the
wheels as little as possible. If you are still
stuck after a few tries, have the vehicle
pulled out by a tow vehicle to avoid
engine overheating and possible damage to the transaxle.
CAUTION
• If stalled in snow, mud, or sand, use
second gear. Accelerate slowly to
avoid spinning the drive wheels.
• Use sand, rock salt, tire chains, or
other non-slip material under the drive
wheels to provide traction when stalled
in ice, snow, or mud.
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Prolonged rocking may cause
engine over-heating, transaxle damage or failure, and tire damage.
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WARNING - Spinning tires
Do not spin the wheels, especially
at speeds more than 35 mph (56
km/h). Spinning the wheels at high
speeds when the vehicle is stationary could cause a tire to overheat
which could result in tire damage
that may injure bystanders.
✽ NOTICE
The ESC system should be turned OFF
prior to rocking the vehicle.
WARNING
If your vehicle becomes stuck in
snow, mud, sand, etc., then you
may attempt to rock the vehicle free
by moving it forward and backward.
Do not attempt this procedure if
people or objects are anywhere
near the vehicle. During the rocking
operation the vehicle may suddenly
move forward or backward as it
becomes unstuck, causing injury
or damage to nearby people or
objects.
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Smooth cornering
Driving at night
Avoid braking or gear changing in corners, especially when roads are wet.
Ideally, corners should always be taken
under gentle acceleration. If you follow
these suggestions, tire wear will be held
to a minimum.
Because night driving presents more
hazards than driving in the daylight, here
are some important tips to remember:
• Slow down and keep more distance
between you and other vehicles, as it
may be more difficult to see at night,
especially in areas where there may
not be any street lights.
• Adjust your mirrors to reduce the glare
from other driver's headlights.
• Keep your headlights clean and properly aimed on vehicles not equipped
with the automatic headlight aiming
feature. Dirty or improperly aimed
headlights will make it much more difficult to see at night.
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• Avoid staring directly at the headlights
of oncoming vehicles. You could be
temporarily blinded, and it will take
several seconds for your eyes to readjust to the darkness.
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Driving in the rain
Rain and wet roads can make driving
dangerous, especially if you’re not prepared for the slick pavement. Here are a
few things to consider when driving in the
rain:
• A heavy rainfall will make it harder to
see and will increase the distance
needed to stop your vehicle, so slow
down.
• Keep your windshield wiping equipment in good shape. Replace your
windshield wiper blades when they
show signs of streaking or missing
areas on the windshield.
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• If your tires are not in good condition,
making a quick stop on wet pavement
can cause a skid and possibly lead to
an accident. Be sure your tires are in
good shape.
• Turn on your headlights to make it easier for others to see you.
• Driving too fast through large puddles
can affect your brakes. If you must go
through puddles, try to drive through
them slowly.
• If you believe you may have gotten
your brakes wet, apply them lightly
while driving until normal braking operation returns.
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Driving in flooded areas
Avoid driving through flooded areas
unless you are sure the water is no higher than the bottom of the wheel hub.
Drive through any water slowly. Allow
adequate stopping distance because
brake performance may be affected.
After driving through water, dry the
brakes by gently applying them several
times while the vehicle is moving slowly.
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WARNING
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Highway driving
Tires:
Adjust the tire inflation pressures to
specification. Low tire inflation pressures
will result in overheating and possible
failure of the tires.
Avoid using worn or damaged tires which
may result in reduced traction or tire failure.
• Underinflated or overinflated
tires can cause poor handling,
loss of vehicle control, and sudden tire failure leading to accidents, injuries, and even death.
Always check the tires for proper
inflation before driving. For proper tire pressures, refer to section
8, “Tires and wheels”.
• Driving on tires with no or insufficient tread is dangerous. Wornout tires can result in loss of
vehicle control, collisions, injury,
and even death. Worn-out tires
should be replaced as soon as
possible and should never be
used for driving. Always check
the tire tread before driving your
vehicle. For further information
and tread limits, refer to section
7, “Tires and wheels”.
Fuel, engine coolant and engine oil:
High speed travel consumes more fuel
than urban motoring. Do not forget to
check both engine coolant and engine
oil.
Drive belt:
A loose or damaged drive belt may result
in overheating of the engine.
✽ NOTICE
Never exceed the maximum tire inflation
pressure shown on the tires.
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WINTER DRIVING
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The more severe weather conditions of
winter result in greater wear and other
problems. To minimize the problems of
winter driving, you should follow these
suggestions:
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Snowy or Icy conditions
Snow tires
If you mount snow tires on your vehicle,
make sure they are radial tires of the
same size and load range as the original
tires. Mount snow tires on all four wheels
to balance your vehicle’s handling in all
weather conditions. Keep in mind that the
traction provided by snow tires on dry
roads may not be as high as your vehicle's original equipment tires. You should
drive cautiously even when the roads are
clear. Check with the tire dealer for maximum speed recommendations.
To drive your vehicle in deep snow, it may
be necessary to use snow tires or to
install tire chains on your tires. If snow
tires are needed, it is necessary to select
tires equivalent in size and type of the
original equipment tires. Failure to do so
may adversely affect the safety and handling of your vehicle. Furthermore,
speeding, rapid acceleration, sudden
brake applications, and sharp turns are
potentially very hazardous practices.
During deceleration, use engine braking
to the fullest extent. Sudden brake applications on snowy or icy roads may cause
skids to occur. You need to keep sufficient distance between the vehicle in
operation in front and your vehicle. Also,
apply the brake gently. It should be noted
that installing tire chains on the tire will
provide a greater driving force, but will
not prevent side skids.
✽ NOTICE
Tire chains are not legal in all states.
Check the state laws before fitting tire
chains.
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WARNING - Snow tire size
Snow tires should be equivalent in
size and type to the vehicle's standard tires. Otherwise, the safety
and handling of your vehicle may
be adversely affected.
Do not install studded tires without first
checking local, state and municipal regulations for possible restrictions against
their use.
Driving your vehicle
When using tire chains, attach them to
the drive wheels as follows.
2WD : Front wheels
AWD : All four wheels
If a full set of chains is not available for an AWD vehicle, chains
may be installed on the front
wheels only.
CAUTION
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Tire chains
Since the sidewalls of radial tires are
thinner, they can be damaged by mounting some types of snow chains on them.
Therefore, the use of snow tires is recommended instead of snow chains. Do
not mount tire chains on vehicles
equipped with aluminum wheels; snow
chains may cause damage to the wheels.
If snow chains must be used, use wiretype chains with a thickness of less than
0.59 in (15 mm). Damage to your vehicle
caused by improper snow chain use is
not covered by your vehicle manufacturers warranty.
• Make sure the snow chains are
the correct size and type for your
tires. Incorrect snow chains can
cause damage to the vehicle body
and suspension and may not be
covered by your vehicle manufacturer warranty. Also, the snow
chain connecting hooks may be
damaged from contacting vehicle
components causing the snow
chains to come loose from the
tire. Make sure the snow chains
are SAE class “S” certified.
• Always check chain installation
for proper mounting after driving
approximately 0.3 to 0.6 miles (0.5
to 1 km) to ensure safe mounting.
Retighten or remount the chains
if they are loose.
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Chain installation
When installing chains, follow the manufacturer's instructions and mount them as
tightly as you can. Drive slowly with
chains installed. If you hear the chains
contacting the body or chassis, stop and
tighten them. If they still make contact,
slow down until it stops. Remove the
chains as soon as you begin driving on
cleared roads.
WARNING
- Mounting chains
When mounting snow chains, park
the vehicle on level ground away
from traffic. Turn on the vehicle
Hazard Warning flashers and place
a triangular emergency warning
device behind the vehicle if available. Always place the vehicle in P
(Park), apply the parking brake and
turn off the engine before installing
snow chains.
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WARNING - Tire chains
• The use of chains may adversely
affect vehicle handling.
• Do not exceed 20 mph (30 km/h)
or the chain manufacturer’s recommended speed limit, whichever is lower.
• Drive carefully and avoid bumps,
holes, sharp turns, and other
road hazards, which may cause
the vehicle to bounce.
• Avoid sharp turns or lockedwheel braking.
CAUTION
• Chains that are the wrong size or
improperly installed can damage
your vehicle's brake lines, suspension, body and wheels.
• Stop driving and retighten the
chains any time you hear them
hitting the vehicle.
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Use high quality ethylene glycol
coolant
Change to "winter weight" oil if
necessary
Your vehicle is delivered with high quality
ethylene glycol coolant in the cooling
system. It is the only type of coolant that
should be used because it helps prevent
corrosion in the cooling system, lubricates the water pump and prevents
freezing. Be sure to replace or replenish
your coolant in accordance with the
maintenance schedule in section 7.
Before winter, have your coolant tested to
assure that its freezing point is sufficient
for the temperatures anticipated during
the winter.
In some climates it is recommended that
a lower viscosity "winter weight" oil be
used during cold weather. See section 8
for recommendations. If you aren't sure
what weight oil you should use, consult
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Check battery and cables
Winter puts additional burdens on the
battery system. Visually inspect the battery and cables as described in section
7. The level of charge in your battery can
be checked by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer or a service station.
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Check spark plugs and ignition
system
Inspect your spark plugs as described in
section 7 and replace them if necessary.
Also check all ignition wiring and components to be sure they are not cracked,
worn or damaged in any way.
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To keep locks from freezing
Don't let your parking brake
freeze
Carry emergency equipment
To keep the locks from freezing, squirt an
approved de-icer fluid or glycerine into
the key opening. If a lock is covered with
ice, squirt it with an approved de-icing
fluid to remove the ice. If the lock is
frozen internally, you may be able to thaw
it out by using a heated key. Handle the
heated key with care to avoid injury.
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Use approved window washer
anti-freeze in system
To keep the water in the window washer
system from freezing, add an approved
window washer anti-freeze solution in
accordance with instructions on the container. Window washer anti-freeze is
available from an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer and most auto parts outlets. Do
not use engine coolant or other types of
anti-freeze as these may damage the
paint finish.
Under some conditions your parking
brake can freeze in the engaged position.
This is most likely to happen when there
is an accumulation of snow or ice around
or near the rear brakes or if the brakes
are wet. If there is a risk the parking
brake may freeze, apply it only temporarily while you put the shift lever in P (automatic transaxle) or in first or reverse gear
(manual transaxle) and block the rear
wheels so the vehicle cannot roll. Then
release the parking brake.
Depending on the severity of the weather, you should carry appropriate emergency equipment. Some of the items you
may want to carry include tire chains, tow
straps or chains, flashlight, emergency
flares, sand, a shovel, jumper cables, a
window scraper, gloves, ground cloth,
coveralls, a blanket, etc.
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Don't let ice and snow accumulate underneath
Under some conditions, snow and ice
can build up under the fenders and interfere with the steering. When driving in
severe winter conditions where this may
happen, you should periodically check
underneath the vehicle to be sure the
movement of the front wheels and the
steering components is not obstructed.
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TRAILER TOWING
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If you are considering towing with your
vehicle, you should first check with your
state’s Department of Motor Vehicles to
determine their legal requirements.
Since laws vary the requirements for towing trailers, cars, or other types of vehicles or apparatus may differ. Ask an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer for further
details before towing.
WARNING - Towing a trailer
If you don't use the correct equipment and/or drive improperly, you
can lose control when you pull a
trailer. For example, if the trailer is
too heavy, the brakes may not work
well - or even at all. You and your
passengers could be seriously or
fatally injured. Pull a trailer only if
you have followed all the steps in
this section.
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WARNING - Weight limits
Before towing, make sure the total
trailer weight, GCW (gross combination weight), GVW (gross vehicle
weight), GAW (gross axle weight)
and trailer tongue load are all within the limits.
CAUTION
Pulling a trailer improperly can
damage your vehicle and result in
costly repairs not covered by your
warranty. To pull a trailer correctly,
follow the advice in this section.
Your vehicle can tow a trailer. To identify
what the vehicle trailering capacity is for
your vehicle, you should read the information in “Weight of the trailer” that
appears later in this section.
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Remember that trailering is different than
just driving your vehicle by itself.
Trailering means changes in handling,
durability, and fuel economy. Successful,
safe trailering requires correct equipment, and it has to be used properly.
This section contains many time-tested,
important trailering tips and safety rules.
Many of these are important for your
safety and that of your passengers.
Please read this section carefully before
you pull a trailer.
Load-pulling components such as the
engine, transaxle, wheel assemblies, and
tires are forced to work harder against
the load of the added weight. The engine
is required to operate at relatively higher
speeds and under greater loads. This
additional burden generates extra heat.
The trailer also adds considerably to
wind resistance, increasing the pulling
requirements.
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Hitches
Safety chains
Trailer brakes
It's important to have the correct hitch
equipment. Crosswinds, large trucks
going by, and rough roads are a few reasons why you’ll need the right hitch. Here
are some rules to follow:
• Will you have to make any holes in the
body of your vehicle when you install a
trailer hitch? If you do, then be sure to
seal the holes later when you remove
the hitch.
If you don’t seal them, deadly carbon
monoxide (CO) from your exhaust can
get into your vehicle, as well as dirt and
water.
• The bumpers on your vehicle are not
intended for hitches. Do not attach
rental hitches or other bumper-type
hitches to them. Use only a framemounted hitch that does not attach to
the bumper.
• A HYUNDAI accessory trailer hitch is
available at an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
You should always attach chains
between your vehicle and your trailer.
Cross the safety chains under the tongue
of the trailer so that the tongue will not
drop to the road if it becomes separated
from the hitch.
Instructions about safety chains may be
provided by the hitch manufacturer or by
the trailer manufacturer. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendation for attaching
safety chains. Always leave just enough
slack so you can turn with your trailer.
And, never allow safety chains to drag on
the ground.
If your trailer is equipped with a braking
system, make sure it conforms to federal
and/or local regulations and that it is
properly installed and operating correctly.
If your trailer weight exceeds the maximum allowed weight without trailer
brakes, then the trailer will also require its
own brakes as well. Be sure to read and
follow the instructions for the trailer
brakes so you’ll be able to install, adjust
and maintain them properly.
• Don’t tap into or modify your vehicle's
brake system.
WARNING - Trailer brakes
Do not use a trailer with its own
brakes unless you are absolutely
certain that you have properly set
up the brake system. This is not a
task for amateurs. Use an experienced, competent trailer shop for
this work.
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Driving with a trailer
Following distance
Stay at least twice as far behind the vehicle ahead as you would when driving
your vehicle without a trailer. This can
help you avoid situations that require
heavy braking and sudden turns.
Making turns
When you’re turning with a trailer, make
wider turns than normal. Do this so your
trailer won’t strike soft shoulders, curbs,
road signs, trees, or other objects near
the edge of the road. Avoid jerky or sudden maneuvers. Signal well in advance
before turning or lane changes.
Towing a trailer requires a certain
amount of experience. Before setting out
for the open road, you must get to know
your trailer. Acquaint yourself with the
feel of handling and braking with the
added weight of the trailer. And always
keep in mind that the vehicle you are
driving is now a good deal longer and not
nearly so responsive as your vehicle is
by itself.
Before you start, check the trailer hitch
and platform, safety chains, electrical
connector(s), lights, tires and mirror
adjustment. If the trailer has electric
brakes, start your vehicle and trailer moving and then apply the trailer brake controller by hand to be sure the brakes are
working. This lets you check your electrical connection at the same time.
During your trip, check occasionally to be
sure that the load is secure, and that the
lights and any trailer brakes are still working.
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Passing
You’ll need more passing distance up
ahead when you’re towing a trailer. And,
because of the increased vehicle length,
you’ll need to go much farther beyond the
passed vehicle before you can return to
your lane. Due to the added load to the
engine when going uphill the vehicle may
also take longer to pass than it would on
flat ground.
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Backing up
Hold the bottom of the steering wheel
with one hand. Then, to move the trailer
to the left, just move your hand to the left.
To move the trailer to the right, move your
hand to the right. Always back up slowly
and, if possible, have someone guide
you.
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Turn signals when towing a trailer
When you tow a trailer, your vehicle has
to have a different turn signal flasher and
extra wiring. The green arrows on your
instrument panel will flash whenever you
signal a turn or lane change. Properly
connected, the trailer lights will also flash
to alert other drivers you’re about to turn,
change lanes, or stop.
When towing a trailer, the green arrows
on your instrument panel will flash for
turns even if the bulbs on the trailer are
burned out. Thus, you may think drivers
behind you are seeing your signals
when, in fact, they are not. It’s important
to check occasionally to be sure the trailer bulbs are still working. You must also
check the lights every time you disconnect and then reconnect the wires.
Do not connect a trailer lighting system
directly to your vehicle’s lighting system.
Use only an approved trailer wiring harness.
An authorized HYUNDAI dealer can
assist you in installing the wiring harness.
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WARNING
Failure to use an approved trailer
wiring harness could result in damage to the vehicle electrical system
and/or personal injury.
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Driving on grades
Reduce speed and shift to a lower gear
before you start down a long or steep
downgrade. If you don’t shift down, you
might have to use your brakes so much
that they would get hot and no longer
operate efficiently.
On a long uphill grade, shift down and
reduce your speed to around 45 mph (70
km/h) to reduce the possibility of engine
and transaxle overheating.
If your trailer weighs more than the maximum trailer weight without trailer brakes
and you have an automatic transaxle,
you should drive in D (Drive) when towing a trailer.
Operating your vehicle in D (Drive) when
towing a trailer will minimize heat build up
and extend the life of your transaxle.
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CAUTION
• When towing a trailer on steep
grades (in excess of 6%) pay
close attention to the engine
coolant temperature gauge to
ensure the engine does not overheat.
If the needle of the coolant temperature gauge moves across the
dial towards “H” (HOT), pull over
and stop as soon as it is safe to
do so, and allow the engine to idle
until it cools down. You may proceed once the engine has cooled
sufficiently.
• You must decide driving speed
depending on trailer weight and
uphill grade to reduce the possibility of engine and transaxle
overheating.
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Parking on hills
Generally, if you have a trailer attached to
your vehicle, you should not park your
vehicle on a hill. People can be seriously
or fatally injured, and both your vehicle
and the trailer can be damaged if they
unexpectedly roll down hill.
WARNING - Parking on a
hill
Parking your vehicle on a hill with a
trailer attached could cause serious injury or death, should the trailer break loose or the brake stops
working.
However, if you ever have to park your
trailer on a hill, here's how to do it:
1. Pull the vehicle into the parking space.
Turn the steering wheel in the direction
of the curb (right if headed down hill,
left if headed up hill).
2. If the vehicle has a manual transaxle,
place the car in neutral. If the vehicle
has an automatic transaxle, place the
car in P (Park).
3. Set the parking brake and shut off the
vehicle.
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4. Place chocks under the trailer wheels
on the down hill side of the wheels.
5. Start the vehicle, hold the brakes, shift
to neutral, release the parking brake
and slowly release the brakes until the
trailer chocks absorb the load.
6. Reapply the brakes, reapply the parking brake and shift the vehicle to R
(Reverse) for manual transaxle or P
(Park) for automatic transaxle.
7. Shut off the vehicle and release the
vehicle brakes but leave the parking
brake set.
WARNING - Parking brake
It can be dangerous to get out of
your vehicle if the parking brake is
not firmly set.
If you have left the engine running,
the vehicle can move suddenly. You
or others could be seriously or
fatally injured.
Driving your vehicle
When you are ready to leave after parking on a hill
1. With the manual transaxle in Neutral
or automatic transaxle in P (Park),
apply your brakes and hold the brake
pedal down while you:
• Start your engine;
• Shift into gear; and
• Release the parking brake.
2. Slowly remove your foot from the
brake pedal.
3. Drive slowly until the trailer is clear of
the chocks.
4. Stop and have someone pick up and
store the chocks.
Maintenance when trailer towing
Your vehicle will need service more often
when you regularly pull a trailer.
Important items to pay particular attention to include engine oil, automatic
transaxle fluid, axle lubricant and cooling
system fluid. Brake condition is another
important item to frequently check. Each
item is covered in this manual, and the
Index will help you find them quickly. If
you’re trailering, it’s a good idea to review
these sections before you start your trip.
Don’t forget to also maintain your trailer
and hitch. Follow the maintenance
schedule that accompanied your trailer
and check it periodically. Preferably, conduct the check at the start of each day’s
driving. Most importantly, all hitch nuts
and bolts should be tight.
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CAUTION
• Due to higher load during trailer
usage, overheating might occur
in hot days or during uphill driving. If the coolant gauge indicates
over-heating, switch off the A/C
and stop the vehicle in a safe area
to cool down the engine.
• When towing check transaxle
fluid more frequently.
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If you do decide to pull a trailer
Here are some important points if you
decide to pull a trailer:
• Consider using a sway control. You can
ask a hitch dealer about sway control.
• Do not do any towing with your car during its first 1,200 miles (2,000 km) in
order to allow the engine to properly
break in. Failure to heed this caution
may result in serious engine or
transaxle damage.
• When towing a trailer, be sure to consult an authorized HYUNDAI dealer for
further information on additional
requirements such as a towing kit, etc.
• Always drive your vehicle at a moderate speed (less than 60 mph (100
km/h)).
• On a long uphill grade, do not exceed
45 mph (70 km/h) or the posted towing
speed limit, whichever is lower.
• The chart contains important considerations that have to do with weight:
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Engine
Gasoline Engine
2.4L
3.5L
1653
(750)
1653
(750)
Without trailer
package
2000
(907)
2000
(907)
With trailer
package
2800
(1270)
3500
(1588)
Maximum permissible static vertical load on the
coupling device
Ibs. (kg)
280
(127)
350
(159)
Item
Without brake system
Maximum trailer
weight
Ibs. (kg)
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system
Driving your vehicle
The trailer tongue should weigh a maximum of 10% of the total loaded trailer
weight, within the limits of the maximum
permissible trailer tongue load. After
you've loaded your trailer, weigh the trailer and then the tongue, separately, to
see if the weights are proper. If they
aren’t, you may be able to correct them
simply by moving some items around in
the trailer.
Tongue Load
Total Trailer Weight
Gross Axle Weight
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Gross Vehicle Weight
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Weight of the trailer
What is the maximum safe weight of a
trailer? It should never weigh more than
the maximum trailer weight with trailer
brakes. But even that can be too heavy.
It depends on how you plan to use your
trailer. For example, speed, altitude, road
grades, outside temperature and how
often your vehicle is used to pull a trailer
are all important. The ideal trailer weight
can also depend on any special equipment that you have on your vehicle.
Weight of the trailer tongue
The tongue load of any trailer is an
important weight to measure because it
affects the total gross vehicle weight
(GVW) of your vehicle. This weight
includes the curb weight of the vehicle,
any cargo you may carry in it, and the
people who will be riding in the vehicle.
And if you will tow a trailer, you must add
the tongue load to the GVW because
your vehicle will also be carrying that
weight.
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WARNING - Trailer
• Never load a trailer with more
weight in the rear than in the
front. The front should be loaded
with approximately 60% of the
total trailer load; the rear should
be loaded with approximately
40% of the total trailer load.
• Never exceed the maximum
weight limits of the trailer or trailer towing equipment. Improper
loading can result in damage to
your vehicle and/or personal
injury. Check weights and loading
at a commercial scale or highway
patrol office equipped with
scales.
• An improperly loaded trailer can
cause loss of vehicle control.
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VEHICLE LOAD LIMIT
Vehicle capacity weight:
930 lbs. (420 kg)
Vehicle capacity weight is the maximum combined weight of occupants
and cargo. If your vehicle is equipped
with a trailer, the combined weight
includes the tongue load.
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Tire and loading information label
The label located on the driver's door
sill gives the original tire size, cold
tire pressures recommended for your
vehicle, the number of people that
can be in your vehicle and vehicle
capacity weight.
Seating capacity:
Total : 5 persons
(Front seat : 2 persons,
Rear seat : 3 persons)
Seating capacity is the maximum
number of occupants including a
driver, your vehicle may carry.
However, the seating capacity may
be reduced based upon the weight of
all of the occupants, and the weight
of the cargo being carried or towed.
Do not overload the vehicle as there
is a limit to the total weight, or load
limit including occupants and cargo,
the vehicle can carry.
Towing capacity:
Without trailer brakes:
1653 lbs (750 kg)
With trailer brakes:
- Without trailer package
2000 lbs (907 kg)
- With trailer package
• 2.4 Engine : 2800 lbs (1270 kg)
• 3.5 Engine : 3500 lbs (1588 kg)
Towing capacity is the maximum trailer
weight including its cargo weight, your
vehicle can tow.
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Cargo capacity:
The cargo capacity of your vehicle
will increase or decrease depending
on the weight and the number of
occupants and the tongue load, if
your vehicle is equipped with a trailer.
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Steps For Determining Correct Load
Limit
1. Locate the statement "The combined weight of occupants and
cargo should never exceed XXX
kg or XXX lbs.'' on your vehicle's
placard.
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2. Determine the combined weight of
the driver and passengers that will
be riding in your vehicle.
3. Subtract the combined weight of
the driver and passengers from
XXX kg or XXX lbs.
4. The resulting figure equals the
available amount of cargo and luggage load capacity. For example, if
the "XXX" amount equals 1400
lbs. and there will be five 150 lbs.
passengers in your vehicle, the
amount of available cargo and luggage load capacity is 650 lb
(1400-750 (5 x 150) = 650 lbs.)
5. Determine the combined weight of
luggage and cargo being loaded
on the vehicle. That weight may
not safely exceed the available
cargo and luggage load capacity
calculated in Step 4.
6. If your vehicle will be towing a trailer, load from your trailer will be
transferred to your vehicle. Consult
this manual to determine how this
reduces the available cargo and
luggage load capacity of your
vehicle.
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Example 1
A
Example 2
B
C
A
B
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Item
A
B
C
Description
Vehicle Capacity
Weight
Subtract Occupant
Weight
150 lbs (68 kg) × 2
Available Cargo and
Luggage weight
Total
1400 lbs
(635 kg)
C
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Item
A
300 lbs
(136 kg)
B
1100 lbs
(499 kg)
C
Description
Vehicle Capacity
Weight
Subtract Occupant
Weight
150 lbs (68 kg) × 5
Available Cargo and
Luggage weight
Total
1400 lbs
(635 kg)
750 lbs
(340 kg)
650 lbs
(295 kg)
Refer to your vehicle’s tire and loading information label for specific information about your vehicle's capacity weight and seating positions. The combined weight of the driver, passengers and cargo should never exceed your
vehicle's capacity weight.
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To find out the actual loads on your
front and rear axles, you need to go
to a weigh station and weigh your
vehicle.Your dealer can help you with
this. Be sure to spread out your load
equally on both sides of the centerline.
Example 3
A
B
C
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Item
A
B
C
Description
Vehicle Capacity
Weight
Subtract Occupant
Weight
172 lbs (78 kg) × 5
Available Cargo and
Luggage weight
Total
1400 lbs
(635 kg)
860 lbs
(390 kg)
540 lbs
(245 kg)
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Certification label
The certification label is located on
the driver's door sill at the center pillar.
This label shows the maximum
allowable weight of the fully loaded
vehicle. This is called the GVWR
(Gross Vehicle Weight Rating). The
GVWR includes the weight of the
vehicle, all occupants, fuel and
cargo.
This label also tells you the maximum weight that can be supported
by the front and rear axles, called
Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR).
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WARNING - Over loading
• Never exceed the GVWR for
your vehicle, the GAWR for
either the front or rear axle
and vehicle capacity weight.
Exceeding these ratings can
cause an accident or vehicle
damage. You can calculate the
weight of your load by weighing the items (or people)
before putting them in the
vehicle. Be careful not to overload your vehicle.
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• Do not load your vehicle any
heavier than the GVWR, either
the maximum front or rear
GAWR and vehicle capacity
weight. If you do, parts,
including tires on your vehicle
can break, and it can change
the way your vehicle handles
and braking ability. This could
cause you to lose control and
crash. Also, overloading can
shorten the life of your vehicle.
The label will help you decide how
much cargo and installed equipment
your vehicle can carry.
If you carry items inside your vehicle
- like suitcases, tools, packages, or
anything else - they are moving as
fast as the vehicle. If you have to stop
or turn quickly, or if there is a crash,
the items will keep going and can
cause an injury if they strike the driver or a passenger.
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WARNING
• Overloading your vehicle can
cause heat buildup in your
vehicle's tires and possible
tire failure that could lead to a
crash.
• Overloading your vehicle can
cause increased stopping distances that could lead to a
crash.
• A crash resulting from poor
handling vehicle damage, tire
failure, or increased stopping
distances could result in serious injury or death.
CAUTION
• Overloading your vehicle may
cause damage. Repairs would
not be covered by your warranty. Do not overload your vehicle.
• Using heavier suspension components to get added durability
might not change your weight
ratings. Ask your dealer to help
you load your vehicle the right
way.
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WARNING - Loose cargo
Items you carry inside your
vehicle can strike and injure
occupants in a sudden stop or
turn, or in a crash.
• Put items in the cargo area of
your vehicle. Try to spread the
weight evenly.
• Never stack items, like suitcases, inside the vehicle
above the tops of the seats.
• Do not leave an unsecured
child restraint in your vehicle.
• When you carry something
inside the vehicle, secure it.
• Do not drive with a seat folded
down unless necessary.
Driving your vehicle
VEHICLE WEIGHT
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This section will guide you in the proper
loading of your vehicle and/or trailer, to
keep your loaded vehicle weight within its
design rating capability, with or without a
trailer. Properly loading your vehicle will
provide maximum return of the vehicle
design performance. Before loading your
vehicle, familiarize yourself with the following terms for determining your vehicle's weight ratings, with or without a
trailer, from the vehicle's specifications
and the compliance label:
GAW (Gross axle weight)
This is the total weight placed on each
axle (front and rear) - including vehicle
curb weight and all payload.
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Base curb weight
This is the weight of the vehicle including
a full tank of fuel and all standard equipment. It does not include passengers,
cargo, or optional equipment.
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GAWR (Gross axle weight rating)
This is the maximum allowable weight
that can be carried by a single axle (front
or rear). These numbers are shown on
the compliance label.
The total load on each axle must never
exceed its GAWR.
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GVW (Gross vehicle weight)
This is the Base Curb Weight plus actual
Cargo Weight plus passengers.
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Vehicle curb weight
This is the weight of your new vehicle
when you picked it up from your dealer
plus any aftermarket equipment.
GVWR (Gross vehicle weight rating)
This is the maximum allowable weight of
the fully loaded vehicle (including all
options, equipment, passengers and
cargo). The GVWR is shown on the certification label located on the driver’s (or
front passenger’s) door sill.
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Cargo weight
This figure includes all weight added to
the Base Curb Weight, including cargo
and optional equipment.
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Road warning / 6-2
In case of an emergency while driving / 6-2
If the engine will not start / 6-3
Emergency starting / 6-4
If the engine overheats / 6-6
Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) / 6-7
If you have a flat tire / 6-13
Towing / 6-22
What to do in an emergency
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What to do in an emergency
ROAD WARNING
It should be used whenever emergency
repairs are being made or when the vehicle is stopped near the edge of a roadway.
Depress the flasher switch with the ignition switch in any position. The flasher
switch is located in the center console
switch panel. All turn signal lights will
flash simultaneously.
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Hazard warning flasher
The hazard warning flasher serves as a
warning to other drivers to exercise
extreme caution when approaching,
overtaking, or passing your vehicle.
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• The hazard warning flasher operates
whether your vehicle is running or not.
• The turn signals do not work when the
hazard flasher is on.
• Care must be taken when using the
hazard warning flasher while the vehicle is being towed.
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IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY
WHILE DRIVING
If the engine stalls at a crossroad
or crossing
If the engine stalls at a crossroad or
crossing, set the shift lever in the N
(Neutral) position and then push the vehicle to a safe place.
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If you have a flat tire while driving
If a tire goes flat while you are driving:
1. Take your foot off the accelerator pedal
and let the vehicle slow down while
driving straight ahead. Do not apply the
brakes immediately or attempt to pull
off the road as this may cause a loss of
control. When the vehicle has slowed
to such a speed that it is safe to do so,
brake carefully and pull off the road.
Drive off the road as far as possible
and park on firm, level ground. If you
are on a divided highway, do not park
in the median area between the two
traffic lanes.
What to do in an emergency
IF THE ENGINE WILL NOT START
2. When the vehicle is stopped, turn on
your emergency hazard flashers, set
the parking brake and put the transaxle
in P (automatic transaxle) or reverse
(manual transaxle).
3. Have all passengers get out of the
vehicle. Be sure they all get out on the
side of the vehicle that is away from
traffic.
4. When changing a flat tire, follow the
instruction provided later in this section.
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If engine stalls while driving
1. Reduce your speed gradually, keeping
a straight line. Move cautiously off the
road to a safe place.
2. Turn on your emergency flashers.
3. Try to start the engine again. If your
vehicle will not start, contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer or seek
other qualified assistance.
F030100AUN
F030200AFD
If engine doesn't turn over or
turns over slowly
If engine turns over normally but
does not start
1. If your vehicle has an automatic
transaxle, be sure the shift lever is in N
(Neutral) or P (Park) and the emergency brake is set.
2. Check the battery connections to be
sure they are clean and tight.
3. Turn on the interior light. If the light
dims or goes out when you operate the
starter, the battery is discharged.
4. Check the starter connections to be
sure they are securely tightened.
5. Do not push or pull the vehicle to start
it. See instructions for "Jump starting".
1. Check fuel level.
2. With the ignition switch in the LOCK
position, check all connectors at ignition, coil and spark plugs. Reconnect
any that may be disconnected or
loose.
3. Check the fuel line in the engine compartment.
4. If the engine still does not start, call an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer or seek
other qualified assistance.
WARNING
If the engine will not start, do not
push or pull the vehicle to start it.
This could result in a collision or
cause other damage. In addition,
push or pull starting may cause the
catalytic converter to be overloaded and create a fire hazard.
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EMERGENCY STARTING
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Jumper Cables
Jump starting
(-)
(-)
(+)
Discharged battery
(+)
Booster battery
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Connect cables in numerical order and
disconnect in reverse order.
Jump starting can be dangerous if done
incorrectly. Therefore, to avoid harm to
yourself or damage to your vehicle or
battery, follow the jump starting procedures. If in doubt, we strongly recommend that you have a competent technician or towing service jump start your
vehicle.
CAUTION
Use only a 12-volt jumper system.
You can damage a 12-volt starting
motor, ignition system, and other
electrical parts beyond repair by
use of a 24-volt power supply (either
two 12-volt batteries in series or a
24-volt motor generator set).
WARNING - Battery
Never attempt to check the electrolyte level of the battery as this
may cause the battery to rupture or
explode causing serious injury.
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WARNING - Battery
• Keep all flames or sparks away
from the battery. The battery produces hydrogen gas which may
explode if exposed to flame or
sparks.
If these instructions are not followed exactly, serious personal
injury and damage to the vehicle
may occur! If you are not sure
how to follow this procedure,
seek
qualified
assistance.
Automobile batteries contain sulfuric acid. This is poisonous and
highly corrosive. When jump
starting, wear protective glasses
and be careful not to get acid on
yourself, your clothing or on the
vehicle.
• Do not attempt to jump start the
vehicle if the discharged battery
is frozen or if the electrolyte level
is low; the battery may rupture or
explode.
What to do in an emergency
F040101AFD
Jump starting procedure
1. Make sure the booster battery is 12volt and that its negative terminal is
grounded.
2. If the booster battery is in another
vehicle, do not allow the vehicles to
touch.
3. Turn off all unnecessary electrical
loads.
4. Connect the jumper cables in the exact
sequence shown in the illustration.
First connect one end of a jumper
cable to the positive terminal of the
discharged battery (1), then connect
the other end to the positive terminal
on the booster battery (2). Proceed to
connect one end of the other jumper
cable to the negative terminal of the
booster battery (3), then the other end
to a solid, stationary, metallic point (for
example, the engine lifting bracket)
away from the battery (4). Do not connect it to or near any part that moves
when the engine is cranked.
Do not allow the jumper cables to contact anything except the correct battery
terminals or the correct ground. Do not
lean over the battery when making
connections.
F040200AUN
CAUTION - Battery cables
Do not connect the jumper cable
from the negative terminal of the
booster battery to the negative terminal of the discharged battery.
This can cause the discharged battery to overheat and crack, releasing battery acid.
5. Start the engine of the vehicle with the
booster battery and let it run at 2,000
rpm, then start the engine of the vehicle with the discharged battery.
If the cause of your battery discharging is
not apparent, you should have your vehicle checked by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
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Push-starting
Your manual transaxle-equipped vehicle
should not be push-started because it
might damage the emission control system.
Vehicles equipped with automatic
transaxle cannot be push-started.
Follow the directions in this section for
jump-starting.
WARNING
Never tow a vehicle to start it
because the sudden surge forward
when the engine starts could cause
a collision with the tow vehicle.
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What to do in an emergency
IF THE ENGINE OVERHEATS
F050000AFD
If your temperature gauge indicates overheating, you experience a loss of power,
or hear loud pinging or knocking, the
engine is probably too hot. If this happens, you should:
1. Pull off the road and stop as soon as it
is safe to do so.
2. Place the shift lever in P (automatic
transaxle) or neutral (manual transaxle)
and set the parking brake. If the air conditioning is on, turn it off.
3. If engine coolant is running out under
the vehicle or steam is coming out
from the hood, stop the engine. Do not
open the hood until the coolant has
stopped running or the steaming has
stopped. If there is no visible loss of
engine coolant and no steam, leave
the engine running and check to be
sure the engine cooling fan is operating. If the fan is not running, turn the
engine off.
4. Check to see if the water pump drive
belt is missing. If it is not missing,
check to see that it is tight. If the drive
belt seems to be satisfactory, check for
coolant leaking from the radiator,
hoses or under the vehicle. (If the air
conditioning had been in use, it is normal for cold water to be draining from
it when you stop).
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WARNING
While the engine is running, keep
hair, hands and clothing away from
moving parts such as the fan and
drive belts to prevent injury.
5. If the water pump drive belt is broken
or engine coolant is leaking out, stop
the engine immediately and call the
nearest authorized HYUNDAI dealer
for assistance.
WARNING
Do not remove the radiator cap
when the engine is hot. This can
allow coolant to be blown out of the
opening and cause serious burns.
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6. If you cannot find the cause of the
overheating, wait until the engine temperature has returned to normal. Then,
if coolant has been lost, carefully add
coolant to the reservoir to bring the
fluid level in the reservoir up to the
halfway mark.
7. Proceed with caution, keeping alert for
further signs of overheating. If overheating happens again, call an authorized HYUNDAI dealer for assistance.
CAUTION
Serious loss of coolant indicates
there is a leak in the cooling system
and this should be checked as soon
as possible by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
What to do in an emergency
TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS)
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(1) Low tire pressure telltale /
TPMS malfunction indicator
Each tire, including the spare (if provided), should be checked monthly
when cold and inflated to the inflation
pressure recommended by the vehicle manufacturer on the vehicle placard or tire inflation pressure label. (If
your vehicle has tires of a different
size than the size indicated on the
vehicle placard or tire inflation pressure label, you should determine the
proper tire inflation pressure for
those tires.)
As an added safety feature, your
vehicle has been equipped with a tire
pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
that illuminates a low tire pressure
telltale when one or more of your
tires is significantly under-inflated.
Accordingly, when the low tire pressure telltale illuminates, you should
stop and check your tires as soon as
possible, and inflate them to the
proper pressure. Driving on a significantly under-inflated tire causes the
tire to overheat and can lead to tire
failure. Under-inflation also reduces
fuel efficiency and tire tread life, and
may affect the vehicle’s handling and
stopping ability.
Please note that 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
telltale.
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Your vehicle has also been equipped
with a TPMS malfunction indicator to
indicate when the system is not
operating properly. The TPMS malfunction indicator is combined with
the low tire pressure telltale. When
the system detects a malfunction,
the telltale will flash for approximately one minute and then remain continuously illuminated. This sequence
will continue upon subsequent vehicle start-ups as long as the malfunction exists. When the malfunction
indicator is illuminated, the system
may not be able to detect or signal
low tire pressure as intended. TPMS
malfunctions may occur for a variety
of reasons, including the installation
of replacement or alternate tires or
wheels on the vehicle that prevent
the TPMS from functioning properly.
Always check the TPMS malfunction
telltale after replacing one or more
tires or wheels on your vehicle to
ensure that the replacement or alternate tires and wheels allow the
TPMS to continue to function properly.
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✽ NOTICE
If the TPMS malfunction indicator
does not illuminate for 3 seconds
when the ignition switch is turned to
the ON position or engine is running, or if the lamp blinks for 60 seconds and then remains solidly on,
take your car to your nearest
authorized HYUNDAI dealer and
have the system checked.
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Low tire pressure telltale
When the tire pressure monitoring
system warning indicator is illuminated, one or more of your tires is significantly under-inflated.
If the telltale illuminates, immediately
reduce your speed, avoid hard cornering and anticipate increased stopping distances. You should stop and
check your tires as soon as possible.
Inflate the tires to the proper pressure as indicated on the vehicle’s
placard or tire inflation pressure label
located on the driver’s side center pillar outer panel. If you cannot reach a
service station or if the tire cannot
hold the newly added air, replace the
low pressure tire with the spare tire.
Then the TPMS malfunction indicator
and the Low Tire Pressure telltale
may remain on after restarting and
about 20 minutes of continuous driving before you have the low pressure
tire repaired and replaced on the
vehicle.
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CAUTION
In winter or cold weather, the
low tire pressure telltale may be
illuminated if the tire pressure
was adjusted to the recommended tire inflation pressure
in warm weather. It does not
mean your TPMS is malfunctioning because the decreased temperature leads to a proportional
lowering of tire pressure.
When you drive your vehicle
from a warm area to a cold area
or from a cold area to a warm
area, or the outside temperature
is greatly higher or lower, you
should check the tire inflation
pressure and adjust the tires to
the recommended tire inflation
pressure.
What to do in an emergency
WARNING - Low pressure
damage
Significantly low tire pressure
makes the vehicle unstable and
can contribute to loss of vehicle
control and increased braking
distances.
Continued driving on low pressure tires can cause the tires to
overheat and fail.
TPMS (Tire Pressure
Monitoring System)
malfunction indicator
The TPMS malfunction indicator
blinks for 60 seconds then remains
solidly illuminated when there is a
problem with the Tire Pressure
Monitoring System
Have the system checked by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon
as possible to determine the cause
of the problem.
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CAUTION
• The TPMS malfunction indicator may be illuminated if the
vehicle is moving around electric power supply cables or
radios transmitter such as at
police stations, government
and public offices, broadcasting stations, military installations, airports, or transmitting
towers, etc. This can interfere
with normal operation of the
Tire Pressure Monitoring
System (TPMS).
• The TPMS malfunction indicator may illuminate if snow
chains or some separately
purchased devices such as
notebook computers, mobile
charger, remote starter, navigation etc. are used in the
vehicle. This can interfere with
normal operation of the Tire
Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS).
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What to do in an emergency
Changing a tire with TPMS
If you have a flat tire, the Low Tire
Pressure telltale will come on. Have
the flat tire repaired by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer as soon as possible or replace the flat tire with the
spare tire.
CAUTION
NEVER use a puncture-repairing agent to repair and/or inflate
a low pressure tire. The tire
sealant can damage the tire
pressure sensor. If used, you
will have to replace the tire pressure sensor.
Each wheel is equipped with a tire
pressure sensor mounted inside the
tire behind the valve stem. You must
use TPMS specific wheels. It is recommended that you always have
your tires serviced by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
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Even if you replace the low pressure
tire with the spare tire, the Low Tire
Pressure telltale will remain on until
the low pressure tire is repaired and
placed on the vehicle.
After you replace the low pressure
tire with the spare tire, the TPMS
malfunction indicator may illuminate
after a few minutes because the
TPMS sensor mounted on the spare
wheel is not initiated.
Once the low pressure tire is reinflated to the recommended pressure
and installed on the vehicle or the
TPMS sensor mounted on the
replaced spare wheel is initiated by
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer, the
TPMS malfunction indicator and the
low tire pressure telltale will extinguish within a few minutes of driving.
If the indicator do not extinguish after
a few minutes of driving, please visit
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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CAUTION
If an original mounted tire is
replaced with the spare tire, the
TPMS sensor on the replaced
spare wheel should be initiated
and the TPMS sensor on the
original mounted wheel should
be deactivated. If the TPMS sensor on the original mounted
wheel located in the spare tire
carrier still activates, the tire
pressure monitoring system
may not operate properly. Have
the tire with TPMS serviced or
replaced by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
What to do in an emergency
You may not be able identify a low
tire by simply looking at it. Always
use a good quality tire pressure
gauge to measure the tire's inflation
pressure. Please note that a tire that
is hot (from being driven) will have a
higher pressure measurement than a
tire that is cold (from sitting stationary for at least 3 hours and driven
less than 1 mile (1.6 km) during that
3 hour period).
Allow the tire to cool before measuring the inflation pressure. Always be
sure the tire is cold before inflating to
the recommended pressure.
A cold tire means the vehicle has
been sitting for 3 hours and driven for
less than 1 mile (1.6 km) in that 3
hour period.
WARNING - TPMS
• The TPMS cannot alert you to
severe and sudden tire damage caused by external factors such as nails or road
debris.
• If you feel any vehicle instability, immediately take your foot
off the accelerator, apply the
brakes gradually and with
light force, and slowly move to
a safe position off the road.
WARNING - Protecting
TPMS
Tampering with, modifying, or
disabling the Tire Pressure
Monitoring System (TPMS)
components may interfere with
the system's ability to warn the
driver of low tire pressure conditions and/or TPMS malfunctions. Tampering with, modifying, or disabling the Tire
Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS) components may void
the warranty for that portion of
the vehicle.
CAUTION
Do not use any tire sealant if
your vehicle is equipped with a
Tire
Pressure
Monitoring
System. The liquid sealant can
damage the tire pressure sensors.
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What to do in an emergency
This device complies with Part 15
of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
1.This device may not cause harmful
interference, and
2.This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
WARNING
Changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority
to operate the equipment.
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What to do in an emergency
IF YOU HAVE A FLAT TIRE
F070101AUN
Jacking instructions
The jack is provided for emergency
tire changing only.
To prevent the jack from “rattling”
while the vehicle is in motion, store it
properly.
Follow jacking instructions to reduce
the possibility of personal injury.
OCM06008N
F070100AFD
Jack and tools
The jack, jack handle, wheel lug nut
wrench are stored in the luggage
compartment.
Pull up the luggage box cover to
reach this equipment.
(1) Jack handle
(2) Jack
(3) Wheel lug nut wrench
WARNING - Changing tires
• Never attempt vehicle repairs
in the traffic lanes of a public
road or highway.
• Always move the vehicle completely off the road and onto
the shoulder before trying to
change a tire. The jack should
be used on firm level ground.
If you cannot find a firm level
place off the road, call a towing service company for
assistance.
• Be sure to use the correct
front and rear jacking positions on the vehicle; never
use the bumpers or any other
part of the vehicle for jack
support.
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(Continued)
• The vehicle can easily roll off
the jack causing serious
injury or death. No person
should place any portion of
their body under a vehicle that
is supported only by a jack;
use vehicle support stands.
• Do not start or run the engine
while the vehicle is on the
jack.
• Do not allow anyone to remain
in the vehicle while it is on the
jack.
• Make sure any children present are in a secure place away
from the road and from the
vehicle to be raised with the
jack.
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OCM06009N
F070200AFD
Removing and storing the spare
tire
Your spare tire is stored underneath
your vehicle, directly below the cargo
area.
To remove the spare tire:
1. Open the tailgate.
2. Find the plastic hex bolt cover and
remove the cover.
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OCM054010
3. Use the wheel lug nut wrench to
loosen the bolt enough to lower
the spare tire.
Turn the wrench counterclockwise
until the spare tire reaches the
ground.
What to do in an emergency
WARNING
Ensure the spare tire retainer is
properly aligned with the center
of the spare tire to prevent the
spare tire from “rattling”.
Otherwise, it may cause the
spare tire to fall off the carrier
and lead to an accident.
OXM069004
OXM069005
4. After the spare tire reaches the
ground, continue to turn the
wrench counterclockwise, and
draw the spare tire outside. Never
rotate the wrench excessively, otherwise the spare tire carrier may
be damaged.
5. Remove the retainer (1) from the
center of the spare tire.
To store the spare tire:
1. Lay the tire on the ground with the
valve stem facing up.
2. Place the wheel under the vehicle
and install the retainer (1) through
the wheel center.
3. Turn the wrench clockwise until it
clicks.
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What to do in an emergency
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F070300AFD
Changing tires
1. Park on a level surface and apply
the parking brake firmly.
2. Shift the shift lever into R
(Reverse) with manual transaxle
or P (Park) with automatic
transaxle.
3. Activate the hazard warning flasher.
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4. Remove the wheel lug nut wrench,
jack, jack handle, and spare tire
from the vehicle.
5. Block both the front and rear of the
wheel that is diagonally opposite
the jack position.
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WARNING - Changing a tire
• To prevent vehicle movement
while changing a tire, always
set the parking brake fully,
and always block the wheel
diagonally opposite the wheel
being changed.
• We recommend that the
wheels of the vehicle be
chocked, and that no person
remain in a vehicle that is
being jacked.
What to do in an emergency
OCM049011N
OCM049013N
OCM054012
6. Loosen the wheel lug nuts counterclockwise one turn each, but do
not remove any nut until the tire
has been raised off the ground.
7. Place the jack at the front or rear
jacking position closest to the tire
you are changing. Place the jack
at the designated locations under
the frame. The jacking positions
are plates welded to the frame
with two tabs and a raised dot to
index with the jack.
8. Insert the jack handle into the jack
and turn it clockwise, raising the
vehicle until the tire just clears the
ground. This measurement is
approximately 1.2 in (30 mm).
Before removing the wheel lug
nuts, make sure the vehicle is stable and that there is no chance for
movement or slippage.
WARNING - Jack location
To reduce the possibility of
injury, be sure to use only the
jack provided with the vehicle
and in the correct jack position;
never use any other part of the
vehicle for jack support.
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What to do in an emergency
9. Loosen the wheel nuts and
remove them with your fingers.
Slide the wheel off the studs and
lay it flat so it cannot roll away. To
put the wheel on the hub, pick up
the spare tire, line up the holes
with the studs and slide the wheel
onto them. If this is difficult, tip the
wheel slightly and get the top hole
in the wheel lined up with the top
stud. Then jiggle the wheel back
and forth until the wheel can be
slid over the other studs.
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WARNING
Wheels and wheel covers may
have sharp edges. Handle them
carefully to avoid possible
severe injury. Before putting the
wheel into place, be sure that
there is nothing on the hub or
wheel (such as mud, tar, gravel,
etc.) that interferes with the
wheel from fitting solidly
against the hub.
If there is, remove it. If there is
not good contact on the mounting surface between the wheel
and hub, the wheel nuts could
come loose and cause the loss
of a wheel. Loss of a wheel may
result in loss of control of the
vehicle. This may cause serious
injury or death.
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10. To reinstall the wheel, hold it on
the studs, put the wheel nuts on
the studs and tighten them finger
tight. The nuts should be installed
with their tapered small diameter
ends directed inward. Jiggle the
tire to be sure it is completely
seated, then tighten the nuts as
much as possible with your fingers again.
11. Lower the vehicle to the ground
by turning the wheel nut wrench
counterclockwise.
What to do in an emergency
OXM069007
Then position the wrench as shown
in the drawing and tighten the wheel
nuts. Be sure the socket is seated
completely over the nut. Do not stand
on the wrench handle or use an
extension pipe over the wrench handle.
Go around the wheel tightening
every other nut until they are all tight.
Then double-check each nut for
tightness. After changing wheels,
have an authorized HYUNDAI dealer
tighten the wheel nuts to their proper
torque as soon as possible.
Wheel nut tightening torque:
Steel wheel & aluminium alloy wheel:
If you have a tire gauge, remove the
valve cap and check the air pressure.
If the pressure is lower than recommended, drive slowly to the nearest
service station and inflate to the correct pressure. If it is too high, adjust
it until it is correct. Always reinstall
the valve cap after checking or
adjusting tire pressure. If the cap is
not replaced, air may leak from the
tire. If you lose a valve cap, buy
another and install it as soon as possible.
After you have changed wheels,
always secure the flat tire in its place
and return the jack and tools to their
proper storage locations.
CAUTION
Your vehicle has metric threads
on the wheel studs and nuts.
Make certain during wheel
removal that the same nuts that
were removed are reinstalled or, if replaced, that nuts with
metric threads and the same
chamfer configuration are used.
Installation of a non-metric
thread nut on a metric stud or
vice-versa will not secure the
wheel to the hub properly and
will damage the stud so that it
must be replaced.
Note that most lug nuts do not
have metric threads. Be sure to
use extreme care in checking
for thread style before installing
aftermarket lug nuts or wheels.
If in doubt, consult an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
65~79 lb.ft (9~11 kg.m)
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WARNING - Wheel studs
If the studs are damaged, they
may lose their ability to retain
the wheel. This could lead to the
loss of the wheel and a collision
resulting in serious injuries.
To prevent the jack, jack handle,
wheel lug nut wrench and spare tire
from rattling while the vehicle is in
motion, store them properly.
WARNING - Inadequate
spare tire pressure
Check the inflation pressures as
soon as possible after installing
the spare tire. Adjust it to the
specified pressure, if necessary.
Refer to “Tires and wheels” in
section 8.
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Important - use of compact spare tire
(if equipped)
Your vehicle is equipped with a compact spare tire. This compact spare
tire takes up less space than a regular-size tire. This tire is smaller than a
conventional tire and is designed for
temporary use only.
CAUTION
• You should drive carefully
when the compact spare is in
use. The compact spare
should be replaced by the
proper conventional tire and
rim at the first opportunity.
• The operation of this vehicle
is not recommended with
more than one compact spare
tire in use at the same time.
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WARNING
The compact spare tire is for
emergency use only. Do not
operate your vehicle on this
compact spare at speeds over
50 mph (80 km/h). The original
tire should be repaired or
replaced as soon as is possible
to avoid failure of the spare
possibly leading to personal
injury or death.
The compact spare should be inflated to 60 psi (420 kPa).
✽ NOTICE
Check the inflation pressure after
installing the spare tire. Adjust it to
the specified pressure, as necessary.
What to do in an emergency
When using a compact spare tire,
observe the following precautions:
• Under no circumstances should
you exceed 50 mph (80 km/h); a
higher speed could damage the
tire.
• Ensure that you drive slowly
enough for the road conditions to
avoid all hazards. Any road hazard,
such as a pothole or debris, could
seriously damage the compact
spare.
• Any continuous road use of this tire
could result in tire failure, loss of
vehicle control, and possible personal injury.
• Do not exceed the vehicle’s maximum load rating or the load-carrying capacity shown on the sidewall
of the compact spare tire.
• Avoid driving over obstacles. The
compact spare tire diameter is
smaller than the diameter of a conventional tire and reduces the
ground clearance approximately
1 in. (25 mm), which could result in
damage to the vehicle.
• Do not take this vehicle through an
automatic car wash while the compact spare tire is installed.
• Do not use tire chains on the compact spare tire. Because of the
smaller size, a tire chain will not fit
properly. This could damage the
vehicle and result in loss of the
chain.
• The compact spare tire should not
be installed on the front axle if the
vehicle must be driven in snow or
on ice.
• Do not use the compact spare tire
on any other vehicle because this
tire has been designed especially
for your vehicle.
• The compact spare tire’s tread life
is shorter than a regular tire.
Inspect your compact spare tire
regularly and replace worn compact spare tires with the same size
and design, mounted on the same
wheel.
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• The compact spare tire should not
be used on any other wheels, nor
should standard tires, snow tires,
wheel covers or trim rings be used
with the compact spare wheel. If
such use is attempted, damage to
these items or other car components may occur.
• Do not use more than one temporary spare tire at a time.
• Do not tow a trailer while the temporary spare tire is installed.
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What to do in an emergency
TOWING
On AWD vehicles, your vehicle must be
towed with a wheel lift and dollies or
flatbed equipment with all the wheels off
the ground.
CAUTION
The AWD vehicle should never be
towed with the wheels on the
ground. This can cause serious
damage to the transaxle or the AWD
system.
dolly
dolly
OXM069028
Towing service
If emergency towing is necessary, we
recommend having it done by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer or a commercial
tow-truck service. Proper lifting and towing procedures are necessary to prevent
damage to the vehicle. The use of wheel
dollies or flatbed is recommended.
For trailer towing guidelines information,
refer to “Trailer towing” in section 5.
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On 2WD vehicles, it is acceptable to tow
the vehicle with the rear wheels on the
ground (without dollies) and the front
wheels off the ground.
If any of the loaded wheels or suspension components are damaged or the
vehicle is being towed with the front
wheels on the ground, use a towing dolly
under the front wheels.
When being towed by a commercial tow
truck and wheel dollies are not used, the
front of the vehicle should always be lifted, not the rear.
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WARNING
Set the ignition switch to LOCK or
ACC position when the vehicle is
being towed to prevent inadvertent
air bag deployment.
What to do in an emergency
When towing your vehicle in an emergency without wheel dollies :
1. Set the ignition switch in the ACC position.
2. Place the transaxle shift lever in N
(Neutral).
3. Release the parking brake.
OUN046030
CAUTION
Failure to place the transaxle shift
lever in N (Neutral) may cause internal damage to the transaxle.
OCM060014
F080300AFD
Emergency towing (if equipped)
If towing is necessary, we recommend
you to have it done by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer or a commercial tow
truck service.
If towing service is not available in an
emergency, your vehicle may be temporarily towed using a cable or chain
secured to the emergency towing hook
under the front of the vehicle. Use
extreme caution when towing the vehicle.
A driver must be in the vehicle to steer it
and operate the brakes.
OCM054034
CAUTION
• Do not tow the vehicle backwards
with the front wheels on the
ground as this may cause damage to the vehicle.
• Do not tow with sling-type equipment. Use wheel lift or flatbed
equipment.
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What to do in an emergency
Towing in this manner may be done only
on hard-surfaced roads for a short distance and at low speed. Also, the wheels,
axles, power train, steering and brakes
must all be in good condition.
• Do not use the towing hooks to pull a
vehicle out of mud, sand or other conditions from which the vehicle cannot
be driven out under its own power.
• Avoid towing a vehicle heavier than the
vehicle doing the towing.
• The drivers of both vehicles should
communicate with each other frequently.
CAUTION
• Attach a towing strap to the tow
hook.
• Using a portion of the vehicle
other than the tow hooks for towing may damage the body of your
vehicle.
• Use only a cable or chain specifically intended for use in towing
vehicles. Securely fasten the
cable or chain to the towing hook
provided.
• Before emergency towing, check that
the hook is not broken or damaged.
• Fasten the towing cable or chain
securely to the hook.
• Do not jerk the hook. Apply steady and
even force.
• To avoid damaging the hook, do not
pull from the side or at a vertical angle.
Always pull straight ahead.
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WARNING
Use extreme caution when towing
the vehicle.
• Avoid sudden starts or erratic
driving maneuvers which would
place excessive stress on the
emergency towing hook and towing cable or chain. The hook and
towing cable or chain may break
and cause serious injury or damage.
• If the disabled vehicle is unable
to be moved, do not forcibly continue the towing. Contact an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer or a
commercial tow truck service for
assistance.
• Tow the vehicle as straight ahead
as possible.
• Keep away from the vehicle during towing.
What to do in an emergency
F080301BUN
OXM069009
• Use a towing strap less than 16 feet (5
m) long. Attach a white or red cloth
(about 12 inches (30 cm) wide) in the
middle of the strap for easy visibility.
• Drive carefully so that the towing strap
is not loosened during towing.
Emergency towing precautions
• Turn the ignition switch to ACC so the
steering wheel isn’t locked.
• Place the transaxle shift lever in N
(Neutral).
• Release the parking brake.
• Press the brake pedal with more force
than normal since you will have
reduced brake performance.
• More steering effort will be required
because the power steering system
will be disabled.
• If you are driving down a long hill, the
brakes may overheat and brake performance will be reduced. Stop often
and let the brakes cool off.
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CAUTION - Automatic
transaxle
• If the car is being towed with all
four wheels on the ground, it can
be towed only from the front. Be
sure that the transaxle is in neutral. Be sure the steering is
unlocked by placing the ignition
switch in the ACC position. A
driver must be in the towed vehicle to operate the steering and
brakes.
• To avoid serious damage to the
automatic transaxle, limit the
vehicle speed to 10 mph (15 km/h)
and drive less than 1 mile (1.5 km)
when towing.
• Before towing, check the automatic transaxle for fluid leaks
under your vehicle. If the automatic transmission fluid is leaking, flatbed equipment or a towing dolly must be used.
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Engine compartment / 7-2
Maintenance services / 7-3
Owner maintenance / 7-4
Scheduled maintenance service / 7-6
Explanation of scheduled maintenance items / 7-11
Engine oil / 7-14
Engine coolant / 7-15
Brake fluid / 7-18
Power steering fluid / 7-19
Washer fluid / 7-20
Parking brake / 7-21
Air cleaner / 7-22
Climate control air filter / 7-24
Wiper blades / 7-26
Battery / 7-29
Tires and wheels / 7-32
Maintenance
Fuses / 7-45
Light bulbs / 7-55
Appearance care / 7-64
Emission control system / 7-70
California perchlorate notice / 7-73
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ENGINE COMPARTMENT
■ 2.4 Engine
1. Engine coolant reservoir
2. Engine oil filler cap
3. Brake fluid reservoir
4. Air cleaner
5. Fuse box
6. Negative battery terminal
7. Positive battery terminal
■ 3.5 Engine
8. Radiator cap
9. Engine oil dipstick
10. Power steering fluid reservoir
11. Windshield washer fluid reservoir
* The actual engine room in the vehicle may differ from the illustration.
OXM079001/OXM079100
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MAINTENANCE SERVICES
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G020100AEN-EU
G020200AEN-EU
You should exercise the utmost care to
prevent damage to your vehicle and
injury to yourself whenever performing
any maintenance or inspection procedures.
Should you have any doubts concerning
the inspection or servicing of your vehicle, we strongly recommend that you
have an authorized HYUNDAI dealer
perform this work.
An authorized HYUNDAI dealer has factory-trained technicians and genuine
HYUNDAI parts to service your vehicle
properly. For expert advice and quality
service, see an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
Inadequate, incomplete or insufficient
servicing may result in operational problems with your vehicle that could lead to
vehicle damage, an accident, or personal injury.
Owner’s responsibility
Owner maintenance precautions
✽ NOTICE
Maintenance Service and Record
Retention are the owner's responsibility.
You should retain documents that show
proper maintenance has been performed
on your vehicle in accordance with the
scheduled maintenance service charts
shown on the following pages. You need
this information to establish your compliance with the servicing and maintenance
requirements of your vehicle warranties.
Detailed warranty information is provided
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.
We recommend you have your vehicle
maintained and repaired by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. An authorized
HYUNDAI dealer meets HYUNDAI’s high
service quality standards and receives
technical support from HYUNDAI in
order to provide you with a high level of
service satisfaction.
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Improper or incomplete service may
result in problems. This section gives
instructions only for the maintenance
items that are easy to perform.
As explained earlier in this section, several procedures can be done only by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer with special
tools.
✽ NOTICE
Improper owner maintenance during
the warranty period may affect warranty coverage. For details, read the separate Owner’s Handbook & Warranty
Information booklet provided with the
vehicle. If you're unsure about any servicing or maintenance procedure, have it
done by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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Maintenance
OWNER MAINTENANCE
G030000AFD
WARNING - Maintenance
work
• Performing maintenance work on
a vehicle can be dangerous. You
can be seriously injured while
performing some maintenance
procedures. If you lack sufficient
knowledge and experience or the
proper tools and equipment to do
the work, have it done by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
• Working under the hood with the
engine running is dangerous. It
becomes even more dangerous
when you wear jewelry or loose
clothing. These can become
entangled in moving parts and
result in injury. Therefore, if you
must run the engine while working under the hood, make certain
that you remove all jewelry (especially rings, bracelets, watches,
and necklaces) and all neckties,
scarves, and similar loose clothing before getting near the
engine or cooling fans.
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The following lists are vehicle checks and
inspections that should be performed by
the owner or an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer at the frequencies indicated to
help ensure safe, dependable operation
of your vehicle.
Any adverse conditions should be
brought to the attention of your dealer as
soon as possible.
These Owner Maintenance Checks are
generally not covered by warranties and
you may be charged for labor, parts and
lubricants used.
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Owner maintenance schedule
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When you stop for fuel:
• Check the engine oil level.
• Check coolant level in coolant reservoir.
• Check the windshield washer fluid
level.
• Look for low or under-inflated tires.
WARNING
Be careful when checking your
engine coolant level when the
engine is hot. Scalding hot coolant
and steam may blow out under
pressure. This could cause burns
or other serious injury.
Maintenance
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While operating your vehicle:
• Note any changes in the sound of the
exhaust or any smell of exhaust fumes
in the vehicle.
• Check for vibrations in the steering
wheel. Notice any increased steering
effort or looseness in the steering
wheel, or change in its straight-ahead
position.
• Notice if your vehicle constantly turns
slightly or “pulls” to one side when traveling on smooth, level road.
• When stopping, listen and check for
unusual sounds, pulling to one side,
increased brake pedal travel or “hardto-push” brake pedal.
• If any slipping or changes in the operation of your transaxle occurs, check
the transaxle fluid level.
• Check manual transaxle operation,
including clutch operation.
• Check automatic transaxle P (Park)
function.
• Check parking brake.
• Check for fluid leaks under your vehicle
(water dripping from the air conditioning system during or after use is normal).
At least monthly:
• Check coolant level in the engine
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.
At least once a year :
• Clean body and door drain holes.
• Lubricate door hinges and checks, and
hood hinges.
• Lubricate door and hood locks and
latches.
• Lubricate door rubber weatherstrips.
• Check the air conditioning system.
• Check the power steering fluid level.
• Inspect and lubricate automatic
transaxle linkage and controls.
• Clean battery and terminals.
• Check the brake (and clutch) fluid
level.
G030104AUN
At least twice a year
(i.e., every Spring and Fall) :
• Check radiator, heater and air conditioning hoses for leaks or damage.
• Check windshield washer spray and
wiper operation. Clean wiper blades
with clean cloth dampened with washer fluid.
• Check headlight alignment.
• Check muffler, exhaust pipes, shields
and clamps.
• Check the lap/shoulder belts for wear
and function.
• Check for worn tires and loose wheel
lug nuts.
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SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SERVICE
G040000AUN-EU
Follow Normal Maintenance Schedule if
the vehicle is usually operated where
none of the following conditions apply. If
any of the following conditions apply, follow Maintenance Under Severe Usage
Conditions.
• Repeated short distance driving.
• Driving in dusty conditions or sandy
areas.
• Extensive use of brakes.
• Driving in areas where salt or other
corrosive materials are being used.
• Driving on rough or muddy roads.
• Driving in mountainous areas.
• Extended periods of idling or low
speed operation.
• Driving for a prolonged period in cold
temperatures and/or extremely humid
climates.
• More than 50% driving in heavy city
traffic during hot weather above 90°F
(32°C).
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If your vehicle is operated under the
above conditions, you should inspect,
replace or refill more frequently than the
following Normal Maintenance Schedule.
After 120 months or 150,000 miles
(240,000 km) continue to follow the prescribed maintenance intervals.
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NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
The following maintenance services must be performed to ensure good emission control and performance. Keep receipts for all
vehicle emission services to protect your warranty. Where both mileage and time are shown, the frequency of service is determined by whichever occurs first.
R : Replace
I : Inspect and, after Inspection, clean, adjust, repair or replace if necessary.
MILES X 1000
No.
DESCRIPTION
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22.5
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37.5
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52.5
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67.5
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82.5
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97.5 105 112.5 120 127.5 135 142.5 150
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60
72
84
96
108 120 132 144 156 168 180 192 204 216
228 240
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24
30
36
42
48
54
114 120
MONTHS
60
66
72
78
84
90
96
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EMISSION CONTROL ITEMS
1
ENGINE OIL AND FILTER
Replace every 7,500 miles (12,000 km) or 12 months
2
FUEL ADDITIVES*
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FUEL FILTER
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VACUUM HOSE
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AIR CLEANER FILTER
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SPARK PLUGS (IRIDIUM COATED)
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VALVE CLEARANCE *
Add every 7,500 miles (12,000 km) or 12 months
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Additives are available from your authorized HYUNDAI dealer along with information on how to use them.
*2 : Inspect for excessive tappet noise and/or engine vibration and adjust if necessary.
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NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE (CONT.)
R : Replace
I : Inspect and, after Inspection, clean, adjust, repair or replace if necessary.
7.5
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22.5
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37.5
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52.5
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67.5
KILOMETERS X 1000 12
24
36
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60
72
84
96
108 120 132 144 156 168 180 192 204 216
228 240
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12
18
24
30
36
42
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MILES X 1000
No.
DESCRIPTION
MONTHS
75
60
82.5
66
90
72
97.5 105 112.5 120 127.5 135 142.5 150
78
84
90
96
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GENERAL ITEMS
At first, inspect the drive belt at 60,000 miles (96,000km) or 72 months
1 DRIVE BELTS*3
after that, inspect it 15,000 miles (24,000km) or 24 months
At first, replace at 60,000 miles (96,000 km) or 60 months
2 COOLANT*4
After that, replace every 30,000 miles (48,000 km) or 24 months *5
3 AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID
No check, No service required.
4 MANUAL TRANSAXLE FLUID
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*4 : When adding coolant, use only deionized water or soft water for your vehicle and never mix hard water in the coolant filled at
the factory. An improper coolant mixture can result in serious malfunction or engine damage.
*5 : For your convenience, it can be replaced prior to it's interval when you do maintenance of other items.
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NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE (CONT.)
R : Replace
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MILES X 1000
No.
DESCRIPTION
7.5
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22.5
30
37.5
45
52.5
60
67.5
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82.5
90
97.5 105 112.5 120 127.5 135 142.5 150
KILOMETERS X 1000 12
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60
72
84
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108 120 132 144 156 168 180 192 204 216
228 240
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MONTHS
60
66
72
78
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GENERAL ITEMS
STEERING GEAR BOX, LINKAGE & BOOTS
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Replace every 15,000 miles (24,000 km) or 12 months
(FOR EVAPORATOR AND BLOWER UNIT)
18 TRANSFER CASE OIL (AWD) *6
19 REAR AXLE OIL (AWD) *
Inspect every 40,000 miles (60,000 km) or 48 months
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MAINTENANCE UNDER SEVERE USAGE CONDITIONS
The following items must be serviced more frequently on cars normally used under severe driving conditions. Refer to the chart
below for the appropriate maintenance intervals.
R : Replace
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MAINTENANCE ITEM
MAINTENANCE
OPERATION
MAINTENANCE
INTERVALS
DRIVING
CONDITION
ENGINE OIL AND FILTER
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EVERY 3,750 MILES (6,000 KM) OR 6 MONTHS
A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, K
AIR CLEANER FILTER
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MORE FREQUENTLY
C, E
SPARK PLUGS
R
MORE FREQUENTLY
B, H
AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE FLUID
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EVERY 60,000 MILES (96,000 KM)
A, C, E, F, G, I
MANUAL TRANSAXLE FLUID
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EVERY 80,000 MILES (120,000 KM)
C, F, G, H, I, J
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REAR DISC BRAKE/PADS
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PARKING BRAKE
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DRIVE SHAFTS AND BOOTS
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C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J
TRANSFER CASE OIL (AWD)
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C, E, G, H, I, J
REAR AXLE OIL (AWD)
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EVERY 80,000 MILES (120,000 KM)
C, E, G, H, I, J
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LOWER ARM BALL JOINT, UPPER ARM BALL JOINT
CLIMATE CONTROL AIR FILTER
(FOR EVAPORATOR AND BLOWER UNIT)
PROPELLER SHAFT
SEVERE DRIVING CONDITIONS
A - Repeatedly driving short distance of less than 5 miles (8 km) in normal temperature or less than 10 miles (16 km) in freezing temperature
B - Extensive engine idling or low speed driving for long distances
C - Driving on rough, dusty, muddy, unpaved, graveled or salt- spread roads
D - Driving in areas using salt or other corrosive materials or in very cold weather
E - Driving in sandy areas
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Driving on uphill, downhill, or mountain road
Towing a Trailer, or using a camper, or roof rack
Driving as a patrol car, taxi, other commercial use or vehicle towing
Driving over 106 mph (170 km/h)
Frequently driving in stop-and-go conditions
Maintenance
EXPLANATION OF SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE ITEMS
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Engine oil and filter
Fuel filter (cartridge)
The engine oil and filter should be
changed at the intervals specified in the
maintenance schedule. If the car is being
driven in severe conditions, more frequent oil and filter changes are required.
A clogged filter can limit the speed at
which the vehicle may be driven, damage
the emission system and cause multiple
issues such as hard starting. If an excessive amount of foreign matter accumulates in the fuel tank, the filter may
require replacement more frequently.
After installing a new filter, run the engine
for several minutes, and check for leaks
at the connections. Fuel filters should be
installed by an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer.
Fuel lines, fuel hoses and connections
G050200AUN
Drive belts
Inspect all drive belts for evidence of
cuts, cracks, excessive wear or oil saturation and replace if necessary. Drive
belts should be checked periodically for
proper tension and adjusted as necessary.
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Check the fuel lines, fuel hoses and connections for leakage and damage. Have
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer replace
any damaged or leaking parts immediately.
G050600AUN
Vapor hose and fuel filler cap
The vapor hose and fuel filler cap should
be inspected at those intervals specified
in the maintenance schedule. Make sure
that a new vapor hose or fuel filler cap is
correctly replaced.
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G050800AFD
G051200AUN
Vacuum crankcase ventilation
hoses (if equipped)
Air cleaner filter
Coolant
A Genuine HYUNDAI air cleaner filter is
recommended when the filter is replaced.
The coolant should be changed at the
intervals specified in the maintenance
schedule.
Inspect the surface of hoses for evidence
of heat and/or mechanical damage. Hard
and brittle rubber, cracking, tears, cuts,
abrasions, and excessive swelling indicate deterioration. Particular attention
should be paid to examine those hose
surfaces nearest to high heat sources,
such as the exhaust manifold.
Inspect the hose routing to assure that
the hoses do not come in contact with
any heat source, sharp edges or moving
component which might cause heat damage or mechanical wear. Inspect all hose
connections, such as clamps and couplings, to make sure they are secure, and
that no leaks are present. Hoses should
be replaced immediately if there is any
evidence of deterioration or damage.
G050900AUN
Spark plugs
G051300AUN
Make sure to install new spark plugs of
the correct heat range.
Manual transaxle fluid
(if equipped)
G051000AFD
Inspect the manual transaxle fluid
according to the maintenance schedule.
Valve clearance
Inspect excessive valve noise and/or
engine vibration and adjust if necessary.
An authorized HYUNDAI dealer should
perform the operation.
G051100AUN
Cooling system
Check the cooling system parts, such as
radiator, coolant reservoir, hoses and
connections for leakage and damage.
Replace any damaged parts.
G051400AXM
Automatic transaxle fluid
(if equipped)
Automatic transaxle fluid should not be
checked under normal usage conditions.
But in severe conditions, the fluid should
be changed at an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer in accordance to the scheduled
maintenance at the beginning of this
chapter.
✽ NOTICE
Automatic transaxle fluid color is basically red.
As the vehicle is driven, the automatic
transaxle fluid will begin to look darker.
It is normal condition and you should
not judge the need to replace the fluid
based upon the changed color.
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CAUTION
The use of a non-specified fluid
could result in transaxle malfunction and failure.
Use only specified automatic
transaxle
fluid.
(Refer
to
“Recommended lubricants and
capacities” in section 8.)
G051500AUN
Brake hoses and lines
Visually check for proper installation,
chafing, cracks, deterioration and any
leakage. Replace any deteriorated or
damaged parts immediately.
G051600AUN
Brake fluid
Check brake fluid level in the brake fluid
reservoir. The level should be between
“MIN” and “MAX” marks on the side of
the reservoir. Use only hydraulic brake
fluid conforming to DOT 3 or DOT 4
specification.
G051700AUN
G052300AXM
Parking brake
Power steering pump, belt and
hoses
Inspect the parking brake system including the parking brake lever (or pedal) and
cables.
G051900AUN
Brake pads, calipers and rotors
Check the pads for excessive wear, discs
for run out and wear, and calipers for fluid
leakage.
Check the power steering pump and
hoses for leakage and damage. Replace
any damaged or leaking parts immediately. Inspect the power steering belt (or
drive belt) for evidence of cuts, cracks,
excessive wear, oiliness and proper tension. Replace or adjust it if necessary.
G052400AUN
Drive shafts and boots
G052100AUN
Suspension mounting bolts
Check the suspension connections for
looseness or damage. Retighten to the
specified torque.
Check the drive shafts, boots and clamps
for cracks, deterioration, or damage.
Replace any damaged parts and, if necessary, repack the grease.
G052500ACM
G052200AUN
Steering gear box, linkage &
boots/lower arm ball joint
With the vehicle stopped and engine off,
check for excessive free-play in the
steering wheel.
Check the linkage for bends or damage.
Check the dust boots and ball joints for
deterioration, cracks, or damage.
Replace any damaged parts.
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Air conditioning refrigerant/
compressor (if equipped)
Check the air conditioning lines and connections for leakage and damage.
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Maintenance
ENGINE OIL
4. Pull the dipstick out, wipe it clean, and
re-insert it fully.
WARNING - Radiator hose
Be very careful not to touch the
radiator hose when checking or
adding the engine oil as it may be
hot enough to burn you.
OCM070003N
5. Pull the dipstick out again and check
the level. The level should be between
F and L.
G060100AUN
Checking the engine oil level
1. Be sure the vehicle is on level ground.
2. Start the engine and allow it to reach
normal operating temperature.
3. Turn the engine off and wait for a few
minutes (about 5 minutes) for the oil to
return to the oil pan.
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CAUTION
• Do not overfill with engine oil.
Engine damage may result.
• Do not spill engine oil, when
adding or changing engine oil. If
you drop the engine oil on the
engine room, wipe it off immediately.
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If it is near or at L, add enough oil to bring
the level to F. Do not overfill.
Use a funnel to help prevent oil from
being spilled on engine components.
Use only the specified engine oil. (Refer
to “Recommended lubricants and capacities” in section 8.)
Maintenance
ENGINE COOLANT
G070000AFD
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
G060200AEN-EU
Changing the engine oil and filter
Have engine oil and filter changed by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer according to
the Maintenance Schedule at the beginning of this section.
Engine oil contains chemicals
known to the State of California to
cause cancer, birth defects, and
reproductive harm.
Used engine oil may cause irritation or cancer of the skin if left in
contact with the skin for prolonged
periods of time. Used engine oil
contains chemicals that have
caused cancer in laboratory animals. Always protect your skin by
washing your hands thoroughly
with soap and warm water as soon
as possible after handling used oil.
The high-pressure cooling system has a
reservoir filled with year-round antifreeze
coolant. The reservoir is filled at the factory.
Check the antifreeze protection and
coolant concentration level at least once a
year, at the beginning of the winter season,
and before traveling to a colder climate.
G070100AFD
Checking the coolant level
WARNING
Removing radiator
cap
• Never attempt to remove the radiator cap while the engine is operating or hot. Doing so might lead
to cooling system and engine
damage and could result in serious personal injury from escaping hot coolant or steam.
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Maintenance
(Continued)
• Turn the engine off and wait until
it cools down. Use extreme care
when removing the radiator cap.
Wrap a thick towel around it, and
turn it counterclockwise slowly to
the first stop. Step back while the
pressure is released from the
cooling system.
When you are sure all the pressure has been released, press
down on the cap, using a thick
towel, and continue turning counterclockwise to remove it.
• Even if the engine is not operating, do not remove the radiator
cap or the drain plug while the
engine and radiator are hot. Hot
coolant and steam may still blow
out under pressure, causing serious injury.
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WARNING
The
electric
motor
(cooling fan) is controlled
by
engine
coolant temperature,
refrigerant
pressure
and vehicle speed. It may sometimes operate even when the
engine is not running. Use extreme
caution when working near the
blades of the cooling fan so that
you are not injured by a rotating fan
blades. As the engine coolant temperature decreases, the electric
motor will automatically shut off.
This is a normal condition.
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OXM079006
Check the condition and connections of
all cooling system hoses and heater
hoses. Replace any swollen or deteriorated hoses.
The coolant level should be filled
between F (MAX) and L (MIN) marks on
the side of the coolant reservoir when the
engine is cool.
If the coolant level is low, add enough
deonized water or soft water. Bring the
level to F (MAX), but do not overfill. If frequent coolant refill is required, see an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer for a cooling
system inspection.
Maintenance
G070101BUN
G070200AFD
Recommended engine coolant
• When adding coolant, use only deionized water or soft water for your vehicle
and never mix hard water in the
coolant filled at the factory. An improper coolant mixture can result in serious
malfunction or engine damage.
• The engine in your vehicle has aluminum engine parts and must be protected by an ethylene-glycol-based
coolant to prevent corrosion and freezing.
• DO NOT USE alcohol or methanol
coolant or mix them with the specified
coolant.
• Do not use a solution that contains
more than 60% antifreeze or less than
35% antifreeze, which would reduce
the effectiveness of the solution.
Changing the coolant
For mixture percentage, refer to the following table.
Ambient
Temperature
5°F (-15°C)
-13°F (-25°C)
-31°F (-35°C)
-49°F (-45°C)
Mixture Percentage
(volume)
Antifreeze
35
40
50
60
Have coolant changed by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer according to the
Maintenance Schedule at the beginning
of this section.
CAUTION
OCM070007
Put a thick cloth or fabric around
the radiator cap before refilling the
coolant in order to prevent the
coolant from overflowing into
engine parts such as generator.
WARNING
Radiator cap
Do not remove the radiator cap
when the engine and radiator are
hot. Scalding hot coolant and
steam may blow out under pressure causing serious injury.
WARNING - Coolant
• Do not use radiator coolant or
antifreeze in the washer fluid
reservoir.
• Radiator coolant can severely
obscure visibility when sprayed
on the windshield and may cause
loss of vehicle control or damage
to paint and body trim.
Water
65
60
50
40
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Maintenance
BRAKE FLUID
Before removing the reservoir cap and
adding brake fluid, clean the area around
the reservoir cap thoroughly to prevent
brake fluid contamination.
If the level is low, add fluid to the MAX
level. The level will fall with accumulated
mileage. This is a normal condition associated with the wear of the brake linings.
If the fluid level is excessively low, have
the brake system checked by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
OXM079008
G080100AXM
Checking the brake fluid level
Check the fluid level in the reservoir periodically. The fluid level should be
between MAX and MIN marks on the
side of the reservoir.
Use only the specified brake fluid. (Refer
to “Recommended lubricants and capacities” in section 8.)
Never mix different types of fluid.
WARNING - Loss of brake
fluid
In the event the brake system
requires frequent additions of fluid,
the vehicle should be inspected by
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
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WARNING - Brake fluid
When changing and adding brake
fluid, handle it carefully. Do not let it
come in contact with your eyes. If
brake fluid should come in contact
with your eyes, immediately flush
them with a large quantity of fresh
tap water. Have your eyes examined
by a doctor as soon as possible.
CAUTION
Do not allow brake fluid to contact
the vehicle's body paint, as paint
damage will result. Brake fluid,
which has been exposed to open air
for an extended time should never
be used as its quality cannot be
guaranteed. It should be disposed
of properly. Don't put in the wrong
kind of fluid. A few drops of mineral-based oil, such as engine oil, in
your brake system can damage
brake system parts.
Maintenance
POWER STEERING FLUID
✽ NOTICE
Check that the fluid level is in the
"HOT" range on the reservoir. If the
fluid is cold, check that it is in the
"COLD" range.
In the event the power steering system
requires frequent addition of fluid, the
vehicle should be inspected by an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
OCM070009
Checking the power steering fluid
level
With the vehicle on level ground, check
the fluid level in the power steering reservoir periodically. The fluid should be
between MAX and MIN marks on the
side of the reservoir at the normal temperature.
Before adding power steering fluid, thoroughly clean the area around the reservoir cap to prevent power steering fluid
contamination.
If the level is low, add fluid to the MAX
level.
Use only the specified power steering
fluid. (Refer to "Recommended lubricants
or capacities" in section 8.)
Checking the power steering
hose
Check the connections for oil leaks, damage and twists in the power steering
hose before driving.
CAUTION
• To avoid damage to the power
steering pump, do not operate the
vehicle for prolonged periods
with a low power steering fluid
level.
• Never start the engine when the
reservoir tank is empty.
• When adding fluid, be careful that
dirt does not get into the tank.
• Too little fluid can result in
increased steering effort and/or
noise from the power steering
system.
• The use of the non-specified fluid
could reduce the effectiveness of
the power steering system and
cause damage to it.
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Maintenance
WASHER FLUID
WARNING - Coolant
OCM070010
G120100AUN
Checking the washer fluid level
The reservoir is translucent so that you
can check the level with a quick visual
inspection.
Check the fluid level in the washer fluid
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.
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• Do not use radiator coolant or
antifreeze in the washer fluid
reservoir.
• Radiator coolant can severely
obscure visibility when sprayed
on the windshield and may cause
loss of vehicle control or damage
to paint and body trim.
• Windshield Washer fluid agents
contain some amounts of alcohol
and can be flammable under certain circumstances. Do not allow
sparks or flame to contact the
washer fluid or the washer fluid
reservoir. Damage to the vehicle
or occupants could occur.
• Windshield washer fluid is poisonous to humans and animals.
Do not drink and avoid contacting windshield washer fluid.
Serious injury or death could
occur.
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PARKING BRAKE
OCM050015
Checking the parking brake
Type A
Check whether the stroke is within specification when the parking brake pedal is
depressed with 66 lb (30 kg, 294 N) of
force. Also, the parking brake alone should
securely hold the vehicle on a fairly steep
grade. If the stroke is more or less than
specified, have the parking brake adjusted
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Stroke : 8~9 notch
OCM050019
Type B
Check the stroke of the parking brake by
counting the number of “clicks’’ heard
while fully applying it from the released
position. Also, the parking brake alone
should securely hold the vehicle on a fairly steep grade. If the stroke is more or
less than specified, have the parking
brake adjusted by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
Stroke : 5~6 “clicks’’ at a force of
44 lbs (20 kg, 196 N).
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Maintenance
AIR CLEANER
OXM079012
G160100ACM
Filter replacement
OXM079013
OXM079014
1. Loosen the air cleaner cover attaching
clips and open the cover.
2. Wipe the inside of the air cleaner.
3. Replace the air cleaner filter.
4. Lock the cover with the cover attaching
clips.
5. Verify that the air cleaner cover is
properly attached at all four corners
and sealing against air cleaner.
It must be replaced when necessary, and
should not be washed.
You can clean the filter when inspecting
the air cleaner element.
Clean the filter by using compressed air.
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Replace the filter according to the
Maintenance Schedule.
If the vehicle is operated in extremely
dusty or sandy areas, replace the element more often than the usual recommended intervals. (Refer to “Maintenance
under severe usage conditions” in this
section.)
CAUTION
• Do not drive with the air cleaner
removed; this will result in excessive engine wear.
• When removing the air cleaner filter, be careful that dust or dirt
does not enter the air intake, or
damage may result.
• Use a HYUNDAI genuine part. Use
of nongenuine part could damage
the air flow sensor.
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Maintenance
CLIMATE CONTROL AIR FILTER (IF EQUIPPED)
G170100AXM
Filter inspection
If the vehicle is operated in the severely
air-polluted cities or on dusty rough
roads for a long period, it should be
inspected more frequently and replaced
earlier. When you, the owner, replace the
climate control air filter, replace it performing the following procedure, and be
careful to avoid damaging other components.
Replace the filter according to the maintenance Schedule.
OCM070015
Filter replacement
1. Open the glove box and remove the
support strap (1).
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2. With the glove box open, remove the
stoppers on both sides.
Maintenance
OCM055011
OCM070017
3. Remove the climate control air filter
case by pulling out both sides of the
cover.
4. Replace the climate control air filter.
5. Reassemble in the reverse order of
disassembly.
✽ NOTICE
When replacing the climate control air
filter install it properly. Otherwise, the
system may produce noise and the effectiveness of the filter may be reduced.
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Maintenance
WIPER BLADES
Contamination of either the windshield or
the wiper blades with foreign matter can
reduce the effectiveness of the windshield wipers. Common sources of contamination are insects, tree sap, and hot
wax treatments used by some commercial car washes. If the blades are not wiping properly, clean both the window and
the blades with a good cleaner or mild
detergent, and rinse thoroughly with
clean water.
1JBA5122
G180100AUN
Blade inspection
✽ NOTICE
Commercial hot waxes applied by automatic car washes have been known to
make the windshield difficult to clean.
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G180200AUN
Blade replacement
When the wipers no longer clean adequately, the blades may be worn or
cracked, and require replacement.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the wiper
arms or other components, do not
attempt to move the wipers manually.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the wiper
blades, do not use gasoline,
kerosene, paint thinner, or other
solvents on or near them.
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CAUTION
The use of a non-specified wiper
blade could result in wiper malfunction and failure.
Maintenance
1LDA5023
1JBA7037
1JBA7038
Front windshield wiper blade
1. Raise the wiper arm and turn the wiper
blade assembly to expose the plastic
locking clip.
2. Compress the clip and slide the blade
assembly downward.
3. Lift it off the arm.
4. Install the blade assembly in the
reverse order of removal.
CAUTION
Do not allow the wiper arm to fall
against the windshield, since it may
chip or crack the windshield.
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Maintenance
OHM078063
OHM078062
G180202AFD
Rear window wiper blade
1. Raise the wiper arm and pull out the
wiper blade assembly.
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2. Install the new blade assembly by
inserting the center part into the slot in
the wiper arm until it clicks into place.
3. Make sure the blade assembly is
installed firmly by trying to pull it slightly.
To prevent damage to the wiper arms or
other components, have an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer replace the wiper
blade.
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Maintenance
BATTERY
WARNING - Battery
dangers
Always read the following
instructions carefully when
handling a battery.
Keep lighted cigarettes and
all other flames or sparks
away from the battery.
OCM070019
G190100CUN
For best battery service
• Keep the battery securely mounted.
• Keep the battery top clean and dry.
• Keep the terminals and connections
clean, tight, and coated with petroleum
jelly or terminal grease.
• Rinse any spilled electrolyte from the
battery immediately with a solution of
water and baking soda.
• If the vehicle is not going to be used for
an extended time, disconnect the battery cables.
Hydrogen, a highly combustible gas, is always
present in battery cells and
may explode if ignited.
Keep batteries out of the
reach of children because
batteries contain highly
corrosive SULFURIC ACID.
Do not allow battery acid to
contact your skin, eyes,
clothing or paint finish.
(Continued)
(Continued)
If any electrolyte gets into
your eyes, flush your eyes
with clean water for at least
15 minutes and get immediate medical attention.
If electrolyte gets on your
skin, thoroughly wash the
contacted area. If you feel a
pain or a burning sensation, get medical attention
immediately.
Wear eye protection when
charging or working near a
battery. Always provide
ventilation when working in
an enclosed space.
An inappropriately disposed
battery can be harmful to
the environment and human
health. Dispose the battery
according to your local
law(s) or regulation.
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Maintenance
(Continued)
• When lifting a plastic-cased battery, excessive pressure on the
case may cause battery acid to
leak, resulting in personal injury.
Lift with a battery carrier or with
your hands on opposite corners.
• Never attempt to recharge the
battery when the battery cables
are connected.
• The electrical ignition system
works with high voltage. Never
touch these components with the
engine running or the ignition
switched on.
Failure to follow the above warnings can result in serious bodily
injury or death.
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G190200AUN
CALIFORNIA
PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
Battery posts, terminals, and related accessories contain lead and
lead compounds, chemicals known
to the State of California to cause
cancer, birth defects, and reproductive harm. Batteries also contain
other chemicals known to the State
of California to cause cancer. Wash
hands after handling.
CAUTION
• Always charge the battery fully to
prevent battery case damage in
low temperature area.
• If you connect unauthorized electronic devices to the battery, the
battery may discharge. Never use
unauthorized devices.
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Battery recharging
Your vehicle has a maintenance-free,
calcium-based battery.
• If the battery becomes discharged in a
short time (because, for example, the
headlights or interior lights were left on
while the vehicle was not in use),
recharge it by slow charging (trickle)
for 10 hours.
• If the battery gradually discharges
because of high electric load while the
vehicle is being used, recharge it at 2030A for two hours.
Maintenance
WARNING - Recharging
battery
When recharging the battery,
observe the following precautions:
• The battery must be removed
from the vehicle and placed in an
area with good ventilation.
• Do not allow cigarettes, sparks,
or flame near the battery.
• Watch the battery during charging, and stop or reduce the charging rate if the battery cells begin
gassing (boiling) violently or if
the temperature of the electrolyte
of any cell exceeds 120°F (49°C).
• Wear eye protection when checking the battery during charging.
• Disconnect the battery charger in
the following order.
1. Turn off the battery charger
main switch.
2. Unhook the negative clamp
from the negative battery terminal.
3. Unhook the positive clamp
from the positive battery terminal.
(Continued)
(Continued)
• Before performing maintenance
or recharging the battery, turn off
all accessories and stop the
engine.
• The negative battery cable must
be removed first and installed
last when the battery is disconnected.
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G130300AUN
Reset items
Items should be reset after the battery
has been discharged or the battery has
been disconnected.
• Auto up/down window (See section 4)
• Sunroof (See section 4)
• Trip computer (See section 4)
• Climate control system
(See section 4)
• Clock (See section 4)
• Audio (See section 4)
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Maintenance
TIRES AND WHEELS
G200100AUN
WARNING - Tire underinflation
Tire care
For proper maintenance, safety, and
maximum fuel economy, you must
always maintain recommended tire
inflation pressures and stay within
the load limits and weight distribution
recommended for your vehicle.
G200200ACM
Recommended cold tire inflation
pressures
All tire pressures (including the
spare) should be checked when the
tires are cold. “Cold Tires” means the
vehicle has not been driven for at
least three hours or driven less than
1 mile (1.6 km).
Recommended pressures must be
maintained for the best ride, top vehicle handling, and minimum tire wear.
For recommended inflation pressure
refer to “Tire and wheels” in section
8.
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OCM070048L
All specifications (sizes and pressures) can be found on a label
attached to the vehicle.
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Severe underinflation (10 psi
(70 kPa) or more) can lead to
severe heat build-up, causing
blowouts, tread separation and
other tire failures that can result
in the loss of vehicle control
leading to severe injury or
death. This risk is much higher
on hot days and when driving
for long periods at high speeds.
Maintenance
CAUTION
• Underinflation also results in
excessive wear, poor handling
and reduced fuel economy.
Wheel deformation also is
possible. Keep your tire pressures at the proper levels. If a
tire frequently needs refilling,
have it checked by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
• Overinflation produces a
harsh ride, excessive wear at
the center of the tire tread, and
a greater possibility of damage from road hazards.
CAUTION
• Warm tires normally exceed
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 underinflated.
• Be sure to reinstall the tire
inflation valve caps. 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.
WARNING - Tire inflation
Overinflation or underinflation
can reduce tire life, adversely
affect vehicle handling, and
lead to sudden tire failure. This
could result in loss of vehicle
control and potential injury.
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CAUTION - Tire pressure
Always observe the following:
• Check tire pressure when the
tires are cold. (After vehicle
has been parked for at least
three hours or hasn't been driven more than 1 mile (1.6 km)
since startup.)
• Check the pressure of your
spare tire each time you check
the pressure of other tires.
• Never overload your vehicle.
Be careful not to overload a
vehicle luggage rack if your
vehicle is equipped with one.
• Worn, old tires can cause accidents. If your tread is badly
worn, or if your tires have
been damaged, replace them.
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Maintenance
G200300AUN
Checking tire inflation pressure
Check your tires once a month or
more.
Also, check the tire pressure of the
spare tire.
G200301AFD
How to check
Use a good quality gage to check tire
pressure. You can not tell if your tires
are properly inflated simply by looking at them. Radial tires may look
properly inflated even when they're
underinflated.
Check the tire's inflation pressure
when the tires are cold. - "Cold"
means your vehicle has been sitting
for at least three hours or driven no
more than 1 mile (1.6 km).
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Remove the valve cap from the tire
valve stem. Press the tire gage firmly onto the valve to get a pressure
measurement. If the cold tire inflation
pressure matches the recommended
pressure on the tire and loading
information label, no further adjustment is necessary. If the pressure is
low, add air until you reach the recommended amount.
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 gage. Be
sure to put the valve caps back on
the valve stems. They help prevent
leaks by keeping out dirt and moisture.
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WARNING
• Inspect your tires frequently
for proper inflation as well as
wear and damage. Always use
a tire pressure gauge.
• Tires with too much or too little
pressure wear unevenly causing poor handling, loss of vehicle control, and sudden tire
failure leading to accidents,
injuries, and even death. The
recommended cold tire pressure for your vehicle can be
found in this manual and on
the tire label located on the driver's side center pillar.
• Worn tires can cause accidents. Replace tires that are
worn, show uneven wear, or
are damaged.
• Remember to check the pressure of your spare tire.
HYUNDAI recommends that
you check the spare every
time you check the pressure
of the other tires on your vehicle.
Maintenance
G200400AXM
Tire rotation
To equalize tread wear, it is recommended that the tires be rotated
every 7,500 miles (12,000 km) or
sooner if irregular wear develops.
During rotation, check the tires for
correct balance.
When rotating tires, check for uneven
wear and damage. Abnormal wear is
usually caused by incorrect tire pressure, improper wheel alignment, outof-balance wheels, severe braking or
severe cornering. Look for bumps or
bulges in the tread or side of tire.
Replace the tire if you find either of
these conditions. Replace the tire if
fabric or cord is visible. After rotation,
be sure to bring the front and rear tire
pressures to specification and check
lug nut tightness.
Refer to “Tire and wheels” in section
8.
Disc brake pads should be inspected
for wear whenever tires are rotated.
With a full-size spare tire (if equipped)
✽ NOTICE
Rotate radial tires that have an
asymmetric tread pattern only from
front to rear and not from right to
left.
S2BLA790
Without a spare tire
WARNING
S2BLA790A
Directional tires (if equipped)
• 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 could result in death,
severe injury, or property
damage.
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Maintenance
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Wheel alignment and tire balance
The wheels on your vehicle were
aligned and balanced carefully at the
factory to give you the longest tire life
and best overall performance.
In most cases, you will not need to
have your wheels aligned again.
However, if you notice unusual tire
wear or your vehicle pulling one way
or the other, the alignment may need
to be reset.
If you notice your vehicle vibrating
when driving on a smooth road, your
wheels may need to be rebalanced.
CAUTION
Improper wheel weights can
damage your vehicle's aluminum wheels. Use only
approved wheel weights.
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WARNING - Replacing
Tread wear indicator
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Tire replacement
If the tire is worn evenly, a tread wear
indicator will appear as a solid band
across the tread. This shows there is
less than 1/16 in. (1.6 mm) of tread
left on the tire. Replace the tire when
this happens.
Do not wait for the band to appear
across the entire tread before replacing the tire.
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• Driving on worn-out tires is
very hazardous and will
reduce braking effectiveness,
steering accuracy, and traction.
• Your vehicle is equipped with
tires designed to provide for
safe ride and handling capability. Do not use a size and
type of tire and wheel that is
different from the one that is
originally installed on your
vehicle. It can affect the safety
and performance of your vehicle, which could lead to handling failure or rollover and
serious injury. When replacing
the tires, be sure to equip all
four tires with the tire and
wheel of the same size, type,
tread, brand and load-carrying
capacity.
(Continued)
Maintenance
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• The use of any other tire size
or type may seriously affect
ride, handling, ground clearance, stopping distance, body
to tire clearance, snow tire
clearance, and speedometer
reliability.
• It is best to replace all four
tires at the same time. If that
is not possible, or necessary,
then replace the two front or
two rear tires as a pair.
Replacing just one tire can
seriously affect your vehicle’s
handling.
• The ABS works by comparing
the speed of the wheels. Tire
size can affect wheel speed.
When replacing tires, all 4 tires
must use the same size originally supplied with the vehicle.
Using tires of a different size
can cause the ABS (Anti-lock
Brake System) and ESC
(Electronic Stability Control), to
work irregularly.
G200601AUN
G200700AUN
Compact spare tire replacement
(if equipped)
Wheel replacement
When replacing the metal wheels for
any reason, make sure the new
wheels are equivalent to the original
factory units in diameter, rim width
and offset.
A compact spare tire has a shorter
tread life than a regular size tire.
Replace it when you can see the
tread wear indicator bars on the tire.
The replacement compact spare tire
should be the same size and design
tire as the one provided with your
new vehicle and should be mounted
on the same compact spare tire
wheel. The compact spare tire is not
designed to be mounted on a regular
size wheel, and the compact spare
tire wheel is not designed for mounting a regular size tire.
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WARNING
A wheel that is not the correct
size may adversely affect wheel
and bearing life, braking and
stopping abilities, handling
characteristics, ground clearance, body-to-tire clearance,
snow
chain
clearance,
speedometer and odometer calibration, headlight aim and
bumper height.
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Maintenance
G200800AUN
Tire traction
Tire traction can be reduced if you
drive on worn tires, tires that are
improperly inflated or on slippery
road surfaces. Tires should be
replaced when tread wear indicators
appear. To reduce the possibility of
losing control, slow down whenever
there is rain, snow or ice on the road.
2. Tire size designation
5,6
7
4
2
3
1
G200900AUN
Tire maintenance
In addition to proper inflation, correct
wheel alignment helps to decrease
tire wear. If you find a tire is worn
unevenly, have your dealer check the
wheel alignment.
When you have new tires installed,
make sure they are balanced. This
will increase vehicle ride comfort and
tire life. Additionally, a tire should
always be rebalanced if it is removed
from the wheel.
G201002ACM
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G201000AUN
Tire sidewall labeling
This information identifies and
describes the fundamental characteristics of the tire and also provides
the tire identification number (TIN)
for safety standard certification. The
TIN can be used to identify the tire in
case of a recall.
G201001AUN
1. Manufacturer or brand name
Manufacturer or Brand name is
shown.
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A tire’s sidewall is marked with a tire
size designation. You will need this
information when selecting 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.)
P235/60R18 102H
P - Applicable vehicle type (tires
marked with the prefix “P’’ are
intended for use on passenger
vehicles or light trucks; however,
not all tires have this marking).
235 - Tire width in millimeters.
60 - Aspect ratio. The tire’s section
height as a percentage of its
width.
R - Tire construction code (Radial).
18 - Rim diameter in inches.
Maintenance
102 - Load Index, a numerical code
associated with the maximum
load the tire can carry.
H - 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 if you
ever have to replace one. The following explains what the letters and
numbers in the wheel size designation mean.
Example wheel size designation:
7.0JX18
Tire speed ratings
G201003AEN
The chart below lists many of the different speed ratings currently being
used for passenger car tires. The
speed rating is part of the tire size
designation on the sidewall of the
tire. This symbol corresponds to that
tire's designed maximum safe operating speed.
3. Checking tire life
(TIN : Tire Identification Number)
Speed
Rating
Symbol
S
T
H
V
Z
Maximum Speed
112 mph (180 km/h)
118 mph (190 km/h)
130 mph (210 km/h)
149 mph (240 km/h)
Above 149 mph (240 km/h)
7.0 - Rim width in inches.
J - Rim contour designation.
18 - Rim diameter in inches.
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Any tires that are over 6 years old,
based on the manufacturing date
(including the spare tire) should be
replaced by new ones. You can find
the manufacturing date on the tire
sidewall (possibly on the inside of the
wheel), displaying the DOT Code.
The DOT Code is a series of numbers on a tire consisting of numbers
and English letters. The manufacturing date is designated by the last four
digits (characters) of the DOT code.
DOT : XXXX XXXX OOOO
The front part of the DOT means a
plant code number, tire size and
tread pattern and the last four numbers indicate week and year manufactured.
For example:
DOT XXXX XXXX 1611 represents
that the tire was produced in the 16th
week of 2011.
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Maintenance
WARNING - Tire age
Tires degrade over time, even
when they are not being used.
Regardless of the remaining
tread, it is recommended that
tires generally be replaced after
six (6) years of normal service.
Heat caused by not climates or
frequent high loading conditions can accelerate the aging
process. Failure to follow this
Warning can result in sudden
tire failure, which could lead to
a loss of control and an accident involving serious injury or
death.
G201005AUN
Tread wear
5. Maximum permissible inflation
pressure
The tread wear grade is a comparative rating based on the wear rate of
the tire when tested under controlled
conditions on a specified government test course. For example, a tire
graded 150 would wear one-and-ahalf times (1½) as well on the government course as a tire graded 100.
The relative performance of tires
depends upon the actual conditions
of their use, however, and may
depart significantly from the norm
because of variations in driving
habits, service practices and differences in road characteristics and climate.
These grades are molded on the
side-walls of passenger vehicle tires.
The tires available as standard or
optional equipment on your vehicle
may vary with respect to grade.
This number is the greatest amount
of air pressure that should be put in
the tire. Do not exceed the maximum
permissible inflation pressure. Refer
to the Tire and Loading Information
label for recommended inflation
pressure.
G201006AUN
6. Maximum load rating
This number indicates the maximum
load in kilograms and pounds 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.
G201004AUN
4. Tire ply composition and material
The number of layers or plies of rubber-coated fabric in the tire. Tire
manufacturers also must indicate the
materials in the tire, which include
steel, nylon, polyester, and others.
The letter "R" means radial ply construction; the letter "D" means diagonal or bias ply construction; and the
letter "B" means belted-bias ply construction.
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7. Uniform tire quality grading
Quality grades can be found where
applicable on the tire sidewall
between tread shoulder and maximum section width.
For example:
TREADWEAR 200
TRACTION AA
TEMPERATURE A
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Traction - AA, A, B & C
The traction grades, from highest to
lowest, are AA, A, B and C. Those
grades represent the tires ability to
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.
WARNING
The traction grade assigned to
this tire is based on straightahead braking traction tests,
and does not include acceleration, cornering, hydroplaning,
or peak traction characteristics.
Temperature -A, B & C
The temperature grades are A (the
highest), B and C representing the
tire’s resistance to the generation of
heat and its ability to dissipate heat
when tested under controlled conditions on a specified indoor laboratory
test wheel.
Sustained high temperature can
cause the material of the tire to
degenerate and reduce tire life, and
excessive temperature can lead to
sudden tire failure. The Grade C corresponds to a level of performance
which all passenger car tires must
meet under the Federal Motor
Vehicle Safety Standard NO. 109.
Grades B and A represent higher
levels of performance on the laboratory test wheel than the minimum
required by the law.
WARNING - Tire
temperature
The temperature grade for this
tire is established for a tire that
is properly inflated and not
overloaded. Excessive speed,
underinflation, or excessive
loading, either separately or in
combination, can cause heat
build-up and possible sudden
tire failure. This can cause loss
of vehicle control and serious
injury or death.
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Tire terminology and definitions
Air Pressure: The amount of air
inside the tire pressing outward on
the tire. Air pressure is expressed in
pounds per square inch (psi) or kilopascal (kPa).
Accessory Weight: This means the
combined weight of optional accessories. Some examples of optional
accessories are, automatic transaxle
power seats, and air conditioning.
Aspect Ratio: The relationship of a
tire's height to its width.
Belt: A rubber coated layer of cords
that is located between the plies and
the tread. Cords may be made from
steel or other reinforcing materials.
Bead: The tire bead contains steel
wires wrapped by steel cords that
hold the tire onto the rim.
Bias Ply Tire: A pneumatic tire in
which the plies are laid at alternate
angles less than 90 degrees to the
centerline of the tread.
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Cold Tire Pressure: The amount of
air pressure in a tire, measured in
pounds per square inch (psi) or kilopascals (kPa) before a tire has built
up heat from driving.
Curb Weight: This means the weight
of a motor vehicle with standard and
optional equipment including the
maximum capacity of fuel, oil and
coolant, but without passengers and
cargo.
DOT Markings: A code molded into
the sidewall of a tire signifying that
the tire is in compliance with the U.S.
Department of Transportation motor
vehicle safety standards. The DOT
code includes the Tire Identification
Number (TIN), an alphanumeric designator which can also identify the
tire manufacturer, production plant,
brand and date of production.
GVWR: Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
GAWR FRT: Gross Axle Weight
Rating for the Front Axle.
GAWR RR: Gross Axle Weight
Rating for the Rear axle.
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Intended Outboard Sidewall: The
side of an asymmetrical tire, that
must always face outward when
mounted on a vehicle.
Kilopascal (kPa): The metric unit for
air pressure.
Load Index: An assigned number
ranging from 1 to 279 that corresponds to the load carrying capacity
of a tire.
Maximum Inflation Pressure: The
maximum air pressure to which a
cold tire may be inflated. The maximum air pressure is molded onto the
sidewall.
Maximum Load Rating: The load
rating for a tire at the maximum permissible inflation pressure for that
tire.
Maximum Loaded Vehicle Weight:
The sum of curb weight; accessory
weight; vehicle capacity weight; and
production options weight.
Normal Occupant Weight: The
number of occupants a vehicle is
designed to seat multiplied by 150
pounds (68 kg).
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Occupant Distribution: Designated
seating positions.
Outward Facing Sidewall: The side
of a asymmetrical tire that has a particular side that faces outward when
mounted on a vehicle. The outward
facing sidewall bears white lettering
or bears manufacturer, brand, and/or
model name molding that is higher or
deeper than the same moldings on
the inner facing sidewall.
Passenger (P-Metric) Tire: A tire
used on passenger cars and some
light duty trucks and multipurpose
vehicles.
Recommended Inflation Pressure:
Vehicle manufacturer's recommended tire inflation pressure and shown
on the tire placard.
Radial Ply Tire: A pneumatic tire in
which the ply cords that extend to the
beads are laid at 90 degrees to the
centerline of the tread.
Rim: A metal support for a tire and
upon which the tire beads are seated.
Sidewall: The portion of a tire
between the tread and the bead.
Maintenance
Speed Rating: An alphanumeric
code assigned to a tire indicating the
maximum speed at which a tire can
operate.
Traction: The friction between the
tire and the road surface. The
amount of grip provided.
Tread: The portion of a tire that
comes into contact with the road.
Treadwear Indicators: Narrow
bands, sometimes called "wear
bars," that show across the tread of a
tire when only 2/32 inch of tread
remains.
UTQGS: Uniform Tire Quality
Grading Standards, a tire information
system that provides consumers with
ratings for a tire's traction, temperature and treadwear. Ratings are
determined by tire manufacturers
using government testing procedures. The ratings are molded into
the sidewall of the tire.
Vehicle Capacity Weight: The number of designated seating positions
multiplied by 150 lbs. (68 kg) plus the
rated cargo and luggage load.
Vehicle Maximum Load on the
Tire: Load on an individual tire due to
curb and accessory weight plus
maximum occupant and cargo
weight.
Vehicle Normal Load on the Tire:
Load on an individual tire that is
determined by distributing to each
axle its share of the curb weight,
accessory weight, and normal occupant weight and dividing by 2.
Vehicle Placard: A label permanently attached to a vehicle showing the
original equipment tire size and recommended inflation pressure.
All season tires
HYUNDAI specifies all season tires
on some models to provide good
performance for use all year round,
including snowy and icy road conditions. All season tires are identified
by ALL SEASON and/or M+S (Mud
and Snow) on the tire sidewall. Snow
tires have better snow traction than
all season tires and may be more
appropriate in some areas.
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Summer tires
HYUNDAI specifies summer tires on
some models to provide superior
performance on dry roads. Summer
tire performance is substantially
reduced in snow and ice. Summer
tires do not have the tire traction rating M+S (Mud and Snow) on the tire
side wall. if you plan to operate your
vehicle in snowy or icy conditions.
HYUNDAI recommends the use of
snow tires or all season tires on all
four wheels.
Snow tires
If you equip your car with snow tires,
they should be the same size and
have the same load capacity as the
original tires. Snow tires should be
installed on all four wheels; otherwise, poor handling may result.
Snow tires should carry 4 psi (28
kPa) more air pressure than the
pressure recommended for the standard tires on the tire label on the driver's side of the center pillar, or up to
the maximum pressure shown on the
tire sidewall, whichever is less.
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Maintenance
Do not drive faster than 75 mph (120
km/h) when your car is equipped with
snow tires.
Tire chains
Tire chains, if necessary, should be
installed on the drive wheels as follows.
2WD : Front wheels
AWD : All four wheels
If a full set of chains is not
available for a AWD vehicle,
chains may be installed on
the front wheels only.
Be sure that the chains are installed
in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
To minimize tire and chain wear, do
not continue to use tire chains when
they are no longer needed.
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WARNING - Snow or ice
• When driving on roads covered with snow or ice, drive at
less than 20 mph (30 km/h).
• Use the SAE “S” class or wire
chains.
• If you hear noise caused by
chains contacting the body,
retighten the chain to avoid
contact with the vehicle body.
• To prevent body damage,
retighten the chains after driving 0.3~0.6 miles (0.5~1.0 km).
• Do not use tire chains on
vehicles equipped with aluminum wheels. In unavoidable circumstance, use a wire
type chain.
• Use wire chains less than 0.59
inches (15mm) to prevent
damage to the chain’s connection.
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Radial-ply tires
Radial-ply tires provide improved
tread life, road hazard resistance and
smoother high speed ride. The radial-ply tires used on this vehicle are of
belted construction, and are selected
to complement the ride and handling
characteristics of your vehicle.
Radial-ply tires have the same load
carrying capacity, as bias-ply or bias
belted tires of the same size, and use
the same recommended inflation
pressure. Mixing of radial-ply tires
with bias-ply or bias belted tires is
not recommended. Any combinations of radial-ply and bias-ply or bias
belted tires when used on the same
vehicle will seriously deteriorate
vehicle handling. The best rule to follow is: Identical radial-ply tires should
always be used as a set of four.
Longer wearing tires can be more
susceptible to irregular tread wear. It
is very important to follow the tire
rotation interval shown in this section
to achieve the tread life potential of
these tires. Cuts and punctures in
radial-ply tires are repairable only in
the tread area, because of sidewall
flexing. Consult your tire dealer for
radial-ply tire repairs.
Maintenance
FUSES
Blade type
Normal
Blown
Cartridge type
Normal
Blown
Fusible link
Normal
This vehicle has 2 fuse panels, one located in the driver’s side panel bolster, the
other in the engine compartment near
the battery.
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.
If the electrical system does not work,
first check the driver’s side fuse panel.
Always replace a blown fuse with one of
the same rating.
If the replacement fuse blows, this indicates an electrical problem. Avoid using
the system involved and immediately
consult an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
Three kinds of fuses are used: blade type
for lower amperage rating, cartridge type,
and fusible link for higher amperage ratings.
WARNING - Fuse replacement
• Never replace a fuse with anything but another fuse of the
same rating.
• A higher capacity fuse could
cause damage and possibly a
fire.
• Never install a wire or aluminum
foil instead of the proper fuse even as a temporary repair. It may
cause extensive wiring damage
and a possible fire.
CAUTION
Do not use a screwdriver or any
other metal object to remove fuses
because it may cause a short circuit
and damage the system.
Blown
1VQA4037
G210000AFD
A vehicle’s electrical system is protected
from electrical overload damage by
fuses.
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If the headlights or other electrical components do not work and the fuses are
OK, check the fuse block in the engine
compartment. If a fuse is blown, it must
be replaced.
OCM070021
OCM054002
G210100AUN
Inner panel fuse replacement
1. Turn the ignition switch and all other
switches off.
2. Open the fuse panel cover.
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3. Pull the suspected fuse straight out.
Use the removal tool provided in the
engine compartment fuse panel.
4. Check the removed fuse; replace it if it
is blown.
5. Push in a new fuse of the same rating,
and make sure it fits tightly in the clips.
If it fits loosely, consult an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
If you do not have a spare, use a fuse of
the same rating from a circuit you may
not need for operating the vehicle, such
as the cigar lighter fuse.
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✽ NOTICE
• If the memory fuse is pulled up from
the fuse panel, the warning chime,
audio, clock and interior lamps, etc.,
will not operate. Some items must be
reset after replacement. Refer to
“Battery” in this section.
• Even though the memory fuse is
pulled up, the battery can still be discharged by operation of the headlights or other electrical devices.
OCM070022
OCM070023
G210101AXM
G210200AFD
Memory fuse (SHUNT connector)
Your vehicle is equipped with a memory
fuse (SHUNT connector) to prevent battery discharge if your vehicle is parked
without being operated for prolonged
periods. Use the following procedures
before parking the vehicle for prolonged
periods.
1. Turn off the engine.
2. Turn off the headlights and tail lights.
3. Open the driver’s side panel cover and
pull out the memory fuse (SHUNT
connector).
Engine compartment panel fuse
replacement
1. Turn the ignition switch and all other
switches off.
2. Remove the fuse box cover by pressing the tap and pulling up.
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✽ NOTICE
3. Check the removed fuse; replace it if it
is blown. To remove or insert the fuse,
use the fuse puller in the engine compartment fuse panel.
4. Push in a new fuse of the same rating,
and make sure it fits tightly in the clips.
If it fits loosely, consult an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
If the main fuse is blown, consult an
Authorized HYUNDAI Dealer.
CAUTION
After checking the fuse box in the
engine compartment, securely
install the fuse box cover. If not,
electrical failures may occur from
water leaking in.
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OCM070025
G210201ACM
Main fuse
If the main fuse is blown, it must be
removed as follows:
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
2. Remove the bolts shown in the picture
above.
3. Replace the fuse with a new one of the
same rating.
4. Reinstall in the reverse order of
removal.
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G210300AFD
Fuse/Relay panel description
Inside the fuse/relay box covers, you can find the fuse/relay label describing fuse/relay
name and capacity.
Driver’s side panel
Engine compartment
Not all fuse panel descriptions in this
manual may be applicable to your vehicle. It is accurate at the time of printing.
When you inspect the fuse box on your
vehicle, refer to the fuse box label.
OCM070026/OCM070027
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Driver's side fuse panel
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Description
Fuse rating
START
10A
Burglar Alarm Relay
Protected component
P/WDW LH
25A
Power Window Main Switch, Rear Power Window Switch LH
P/WDW RH
25A
Power Window Main Switch, Passenger Power Window Switch, Rear Power Window Switch RH
S/ROOF
20A
Sunroof Motor
P/SEAT
30A
Driver/Passenger Seat Manual Switch, Driver Lumbar Support Switch
SAFETY PWR
25A
Safety Power Window Module
MIRR HTD
10A
Rear Defogger Switch, Driver/Passenger Power Outside Mirror
A/BAG 2
15A
Digital Clock & Telltail
A/BAG 1
15A
SRS Control Module, PODS Module
ROOM LP
10A
Instrument Cluster (IND.), Driver/Passenger Door Lamp, MAP Lamp, Room Lamp, Cargo Lamp,
Driver/Passenger Vanity Switch
A/CON
10A
A/C Control Module, Cluster Ionizer, Incar Sensor, Sunroof Motor, Electro Chromic Mirror, Blower
Relay, GM02 (Ground), Home Link
AC INVERTER
25A
AC Inverter Module
Amp
P/AMP
30A
P/OUTLET CTR
15A
Center Power Outlet
P/OUTLET
25A
Front Power Outlet & Cigarette Lighter, Rear Power Outlet
C/LIGHTER
15A
Front Power Outlet & Cigarette Lighter
DR LOCK
20A
Door Lock/Unlock Relay, ICM Relay Box (Key Lock/Unlock Relay), BCM, Driver/Passenger Door Lock
Actuator, Tail Gate Lock Actuator, Rear Door Lock Actuator LH/RH, GM01 (Ground)
A/BAG IND
10A
Instrument Cluster (IND.)
ESC SW
10A
ESC Switch, Steering Angle Sensor, ICM Relay Box (Sub Start Relay), Driver/Passenger Seat
Warmer Control Module, Multifunction Switch (Remote Control)
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Description
Fuse rating
Protected component
T/SIG
10A
Hazard Switch
S/WARMER
15A
Driver/Passenger Seat Warmer Control Module
DRL
15A
ICM Relay Box (DRL Relay)
HAZARD
15A
Hazard Relay, Hazard Switch, BCM, Instrument Cluster (IND.), Multifunction Switch (Light), Rear
Combination Lamp (OUT) LH/RH, Head Lamp LH/RH
RR WIPER
15A
Rear Wiper Relay, Rear Wiper Motor, Multifunction Switch (Wiper)
A/CON SW
10A
A/C Control Module
CLUSTER
10A
Alternator, Instrument Cluster (IND.), BCM, A/V & Navigation Head Unit, Tire Pressure Monitoring
Module, DVD Module
BCM 1
10A
BCM
RR A/CON
15A
Not Used
TPMS
10A
Tire Pressure Monitoring Module
BCM 2
10A
Rheostat, BCM, Instrument Cluster (MICOM), AC Inverter Switch, AC Inverter Module
AUDIO 2
10A
Audio, A/V & Navigation Head Unit, BCM, DVD Module, Digital Clock & Telltale, Power Outside Mirror
Switch
BLOWER
30A
Blower Relay, Blower Motor, A/CON SW 10A
STOP LP
15A
Stop Lamp Switch
PDM 1
20A
Not Used
BCM 3
10A
BCM, Ignition Key ILL. & Door Warning Switch, Security Indicator
CLOCK
15A
A/C Control Module, Data Link Connector, Digital Clock & Telltail
AUDIO 1
15A
Audio, A/V & Navigation Head Unit, DVD Module
ATM
10A
Sport Mode Switch, Key Solenoid
PDM 2
15A
Not Used
POWER CONNECTOR
FUSE - ROOM LP 15A, CLOCK 15A, AUDIO 1 15A, BCM 3 10A
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Engine compartment
Description
Fuse rating
Protected component
ALT
175A
FUSIBLE LINK - BLR, B+ 2, P/WDW, ESC 1, ESC 2
FUSE - DEICER, RR HTD, A/CON, FR FOG, H/LP LO LH, H/LP LO RH
BATT
30A
Trailer Power Outlet
IGN 1
40A
Ignition Switch (ACC, IG 1)
ESC 1
40A
Multipurpose Check Connector, ESC Control Module
CON FAN 2
50A
Condenser Fan Relay (High)
ESC 2
20A
ESC Control Module
FUSE - BLOWER
BLR
40A
P/WDW
40A
Power Window Relay, FUSE - SAFETY PWR
B+ 2
50A
FUSE - P/SEAT, TPMS, RR A/CON, S/WARMER, S/ROOF, PDM 2, P/AMP, AC INVERTER, DRL
IGN 2
40A
Ignition Switch (START, IG 2), Start Relay
50A
FUSE - DR LOCK, HAZARD, ATM, PDM 1, STOP LP, POWER CONNECTOR (BCM 3, CLOCK
ROOM LP, AUDIO 1)
B+ 1
CON FAN 1
40A
Condenser Fan Relay (Low)
ECU MAIN
40A
Engine Control Relay
Front Wiper Deicer Relay
1
DEICER
15A
2
RR HTD
30A
3
-
-
4
H/LP LO RH
15A
Head Lamp Low Relay (RH)
5
HORN
15A
Horn Relay
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Rear Defogger Relay
-
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Description
Fuse rating
Protected component
6
H/LP LO LH
15A
Head Lamp Low Relay (LH)
7
H/LP HI IND
10A
8
-
-
9
A/CON
10A
10
ATM
15A
11
-
-
12
TAIL LP RH
10A
Rear Combination Lamp (In)/(Out) RH, Head Lamp RH, Glove Box Lamp, Illuminations
13
FR FOG
10A
Front Fog Lamp Relay
Instrument Cluster (High Beam IND.)
A/CON Relay
AWD ECM, PCM (G4KE), Back-Up Lamp Relay
-
14
SENSOR 3
15A
G4KE - Injector #1~#4, Canister Close Valve
Canister Purge Control Solenoid Valve
G6DC - PCM, Oil Control Valve #1/2 (Exhaust/Intake)
Canister Purge Control Solenoid Valve
Canister Close Valve, Variable Intake Manifold Valve #1/2
15
TAIL LP LH
10A
License Lamp, Rear Combination Lamp (In) LH, Rear Combination Lamp (Out) LH, Head Lamp LH
16
FUEL PUMP
15A
Fuel Pump Relay
17
FR WIPER
25A
Front Wiper Relay, Front Wiper Motor, Multifunction Switch (Wiper)
18
TCU
15A
PCM, Battery Sensor
19
ESC
10A
Multipurpose Check Connector (G6DC), AWD ECM, ESC Control Module, Yaw Rate Sensor, Stop
Lamp Switch (G6DC)
20
COOLING
10A
Condenser Fan Relay (G6DC)
21
B/UP LP
10A
Back-Up Lamp Relay, Back-Up Lamp Switch (G4KE)
22
H/LP
10A
Head Lamp Low Relay (LH/RH), Front Fog Lamp Relay, Head Lamp High Relay
23
ECU
10A
PCM, Alternator (G6DC), Transaxle Range Switch
24
H/LP HI
20A
Head Lamp High Relay
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Description
Fuse rating
Protected component
25
SENSOR 1
10A
G4KE - Stop Lamp Switch, Immobilizer Module, A/CON Relay, Fuel Pump Relay, Condenser Fan
Relay (Low/High), Crankshaft Position Sensor, Oil Control Valve #1/2, Camshaft Position Sensor
#1/2, Oxygen Sensor (Up), Variable Intake Manifold Valve
G6DC - PCM, A/CON Relay, Fuel Pump Relay, Injector #1~#6, Immobilizer Module
26
SENSOR 2
15A
G4KE - PCM, Oxygen Sensor (Down)
G6DC - PCM, Oxygen Sensor #1~#4, Variable Charge Motion Actuator
27
IGN COIL
20A
G4KE - Condenser, Ignition Coil #1~#4
G6DC - Condenser #1/2, Ignition Coil #1~#6
28
SPARE
10A
-
29
SPARE
15A
-
30
SPARE
20A
-
31
SPARE
25A
-
32
SPARE
30A
-
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LIGHT BULBS
G220000AFD
CAUTION
WARNING - Working on
the lights
Prior to working on the light, firmly
apply the parking brake, ensure
that the ignition switch is turned to
the “LOCK” position and turn off
the lights to avoid sudden movement of the vehicle and burning
your fingers or receiving an electric
shock.
Use only the bulbs of the specified
wattage.
If you don’t have necessary tools,
the correct bulbs and the expertise,
consult an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer. In many cases, it is difficult
to replace vehicle light bulbs
because other parts of the vehicle
must be removed before you can
get to the bulb. This is especially
true if you have to remove the headlight assembly to get to the bulb(s).
Removing/installing the headlight
assembly can result in damage to
the vehicle.
✽ NOTICE
After heavy, driving rain or washing,
headlight and taillight lenses could
appear frosty. This condition is caused by
the temperature difference between the
lamp inside and outside. This is similar
to the condensation on your windows
inside your vehicle during the rain and
doesn’t indicate a problem with your
vehicle. If the water leaks into the lamp
bulb circuitry, have the vehicle checked
by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
CAUTION
Be sure to replace the burned-out
bulb with one of the same wattage
rating. Otherwise, it may cause
damage to the fuse or electric
wiring system.
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(Continued)
• If a bulb becomes damaged or
cracked, replace it immediately
and carefully dispose of it.
• Wear eye protection when changing a bulb. Allow the bulb to cool
down before handling it.
OHD076046
OCM070029
G220100AUN
G220101ACM
Headlight, position light, turn signal light, front fog light bulb
replacement
Headlight bulb
(1) Headlight (High)
(2) Headlight (Low)
(3) Position light /
Front turn signal light
(Front side marker)
(4) Front fog light (if equipped)
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WARNING - Halogen bulbs
• Halogen bulbs contain pressurized gas that will produce flying
pieces of glass if broken.
• Always handle them carefully,
and avoid scratches and abrasions. If the bulbs are lit, avoid
contact with liquids. Never touch
the glass with bare hands.
Residual oil may cause the bulb
to overheat and burst when lit. A
bulb should be operated only
when installed in a headlight.
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OCM070050L
OCM070051L
1. Open the hood.
2. Loosen the retaining bolts and remove
the headlight assembly from the body
of the vehicle.
3. Disconnect the power connector from
the back of the headlight assembly.
4. Remove the headlight bulb cover by
turning it counterclockwise.
5. Disconnect the headlight bulb socketconnector.
6. Unsnap the headlight bulb retaining
wire by depressing the end and pushing it upward (High beam).
7. Remove the bulb from the headlight
assembly.
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8. Install a new headlight bulb and snap
the headlight bulb retaining wire into
position by aligning the wire with the
groove on the bulb (High beam).
9. Connect the headlight bulb socket
connector.
10. Install the headlight bulb cover by
turning it clockwise.
11. Connect the power connector to the
back of the headlight assembly.
12. Reinstall the headlight assembly to
the body of the vehicle.
✽ NOTICE
If the headlight aiming adjustment is
necessary after the headlight assembly is
reinstalled, consult an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
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3. Insert a new bulb by inserting it into
the socket and rotating it until it locks
into place.
4. Install the socket in the assembly by
aligning the tabs on the socket with the
slots in the assembly. Push the socket
into the assembly and turn the socket
clockwise.
OCM055014L/H
OXM079053L
Turn signal light/Position light
1. Remove the socket from the assembly
by turning the socket counterclockwise
until the tabs on the socket align with
the slots on the assembly.
2. Remove the bulb from the socket by
pressing it in and rotating it counterclockwise until the tabs on the bulb
align with the slots in the socket. Pull
the bulb out of the socket
Front fog light bulbs (if equipped)
1. Remove the front bumper under cover.
2. Reach your hand into the back of the
front bumper.
3. Disconnect the power connector from
the socket.
4. Remove the bulb-socket from the
housing by turning the socket counter
clockwise until the tabs on the socket
align with the slots on the housing.
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5. Install the new bulb-socket into the
housing by aligning the tabs on the
socket with the slots in the housing.
Push the socket into the housing and
turn the socket clockwise.
6. Connect the power connector to the
socket.
7. Reinstall the front bumper under cover.
OCM070052N
OCM070033
Rear combination light bulb
replacement
(1) Rear turn signal light
(2) Stop and tail light
(3) Tail light
(4) Back-up light
(5) Rear side marker
OCM055026
Outside light
1. Open the tailgate.
2. Remove the service cover using a flatblade screwdriver.
3. Loosen the light assembly retaining
nuts with a wrench.
4. Remove the rear combination light
assembly from the body of the vehicle.
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5. Remove the socket from the assembly
by turning the socket counterclockwise
until the tabs on the socket align with
the slots on the assembly.
6. Remove the bulb from the socket by
pressing it in and rotating it counterclockwise until the tabs on the bulb align
with the slots in the socket. Pull the bulb
out of the socket. (Side marker :
Remove the bulb from the socket by
pulling it out)
7. Insert a new bulb by inserting it into
the socket and rotating it until it locks
into place.
8. Install the socket in the assembly by
aligning the tabs on the socket with the
slots in the assembly. Push the socket
into the assembly and turn the socket
clockwise.
9. Reinstall the light assembly to the
body of the vehicle.
OCM070037
OCM070038
Inside light
1. Open the tailgate.
2. Remove the service cover using a flatblade screwdriver.
3. Remove the socket from the assembly
by turning the socket counterclockwise
until the tabs on the socket align with
the slots on the assembly.
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4. Remove the bulb from the socket by
pressing it in and rotating it counterclockwise until the tabs on the bulb
align with the slots in the socket. Pull
the bulb out of the socket. (Back-up
light : Remove the bulb from the socket by pulling it out)
5. Insert a new bulb by inserting it into
the socket and rotating it until it locks
into place.
6. Install the socket in the assembly by
aligning the tabs on the socket with the
slots in the assembly. Push the socket
into the assembly and turn the socket
clockwise.
7. Install the service cover by putting it
into the service hole.
Maintenance
OCM071060
OCM071062
OCM071063
5. Using a flat-blade screwdriver, gently
pry the center cover of the high mounted stop light trim.
6. Loosen the retaining screws(4EA) and
install a new LED assembly.
7. Reinstall the high mounted stop light
assembly to the body of the vehicle.
OCM071061
High mounted stop light replacement
With spoiler
1. Open the tailgate
2. Remove the tailgate trim.
3. Disconnect the electrical connector.
4. Loosen the retaining nuts(4EA) and
remove the spoiler assembly.
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Without spoiler
1. Open the tailgate
2. Disconnect the electrical connector.
3. Remove the tailgate trim.
4. Loosen the retaining nuts(4EA) and
remove the high mounted stop light
assembly.
5. Install a new bulb.
7. Reinstall the high mounted stop light
assembly to the body of the vehicle.
OCM055036
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OCM040134
License plate light bulb replacement
Door courtesy lamp bulb replacement
1. Loosen the lens retaining screws with
a philips head screwdriver.
2. Remove the lens.
3. Remove the bulb.
4. Install a new bulb.
5. Reinstall the lens securely with the
lens retaining screws.
If the light does not operate, have the
vehicle checked by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
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Map lamp
G220600AUN
Luggage room lamp
Interior light bulb replacement
WARNING
Prior to working on the Interior
Lights, ensure that the “OFF” button is depressed to avoid burning
your fingers or receiving an electric
shock.
Room lamp
Vanity mirror lamp (if equipped)
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 in the socket.
4. Align the lens tabs with the interior
light housing notches and snap the
lens into place.
Glove box lamp
OXM079044/OXM079041
CAUTION
Use care not to dirty or damage
lens, lens tab, and plastic housings.
OCM070049L/OCM055033/OCM070045
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APPEARANCE CARE
Exterior care
G230101AUN
Exterior general caution
It is very important to follow the label
directions when using any chemical
cleaner or polish. Read all warning and
caution statements that appear on the
label.
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G230102CUN
Finish maintenance
Washing
To help protect your vehicle’s finish from
rust and deterioration, wash it thoroughly
and frequently at least once a month with
lukewarm or cold water.
If you use your vehicle for off-road driving, you should wash it after each offroad trip. Pay special attention to the
removal of any accumulation of salt, dirt,
mud, and other foreign materials. Make
sure the drain holes in the lower edges of
the doors and rocker panels are kept
clear and clean.
Insects, tar, tree sap, bird droppings,
industrial pollution and similar deposits
can damage your vehicle’s finish if not
removed immediately.
Even prompt washing with plain water
may not completely remove all these
deposits.
A mild soap, safe for use on painted surfaces, may be used.
After washing, rinse the vehicle thoroughly with lukewarm or cold water. Do
not allow soap to dry on the finish.
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CAUTION
• Do not use strong soap, chemical
detergents or hot water, and do
not wash the vehicle in direct
sunlight or when the body of the
vehicle is warm.
• Be careful when washing the side
windows of your vehicle.
Especially, with high-pressure
water, water may leak through the
windows and wet the interior.
• To prevent damage to the plastic
parts and lamps, do not clean
with chemical solvents or strong
detergents.
WARNING - Wet brakes
After washing the vehicle, test the
brakes while driving slowly to see if
they have been affected by water. If
braking performance is impaired,
dry the brakes by applying them
lightly while maintaining a slow forward speed.
Maintenance
OJB037800
CAUTION
• Water washing in the engine compartment including high pressure
water washing may cause the failure of electrical circuits located in
the engine compartment.
• Never allow water or other liquids
to come in contact with electrical/electronic components inside
the vehicle as this may damage
them.
Waxing
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
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.
G230103AUN
Finish damage repair
Deep scratches or stone chips in the
painted surface must be repaired
promptly. Exposed metal will quickly rust
and may develop into a major repair
expense.
✽ NOTICE
If your vehicle is damaged and requires
any metal repair or replacement, be sure
the body shop applies anti-corrosion
materials to the parts repaired or
replaced.
CAUTION
• Wiping dust or dirt off the body
with a dry cloth will scratch the
finish.
• Do not use steel wool, abrasive
cleaners, or strong detergents
containing highly alkaline or
caustic agents on chrome-plated
or anodized aluminum parts. This
may result in damage to the protective coating and cause discoloration or paint deterioration.
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B230104AUN
G230105AUN
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.
Underbody maintenance
Corrosive materials used for ice and
snow removal and dust control may collect on the underbody. If these materials
are not removed, accelerated rusting can
occur on underbody parts such as the
fuel lines, frame, floor pan and exhaust
system, even though they have been
treated with rust protection.
Thoroughly flush the vehicle underbody
and wheel openings with lukewarm or
cold water once a month, after off-road
driving and at the end of each winter. Pay
special attention to these areas because
it is difficult to see all the mud and dirt. It
will do more harm than good to wet down
the road grime without removing it. The
lower edges of doors, rocker panels, and
frame members have drain holes that
should not be allowed to clog with dirt;
trapped water in these areas can cause
rusting.
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WARNING
After washing the vehicle, test the
brakes while driving slowly to see if
they have been affected by water. If
braking performance is impaired,
dry the brakes by applying them
lightly while maintaining a slow forward speed.
Maintenance
G230106AUN
G230107AUN
Aluminum wheel maintenance
The aluminum wheels are coated with a
clear protective finish.
• Do not use any abrasive cleaner, polishing compound, solvent, or wire
brushes on aluminum wheels. They
may scratch or damage the finish.
• Use only a mild soap or neutral detergent, and rinse thoroughly with water.
Also, be sure to clean the wheels after
driving on salted roads. This helps prevent corrosion.
• Avoid washing the wheels with highspeed car wash brushes.
• Do not use any acid detergent. It may
damage and corrode the aluminum
wheels coated with a clear protective
finish.
Corrosion protection
Protecting your vehicle from corrosion
By using the most advanced design and
construction practices to combat corrosion, we produces cars of the highest
quality. However, this is only part of the
job. To achieve the long-term corrosion
resistance your vehicle can deliver, the
owner's cooperation and assistance is
also required.
Common causes of corrosion
The most common causes of corrosion
on your car are:
• Road salt, dirt and moisture that is
allowed to accumulate underneath the
car.
• Removal of paint or protective coatings
by stones, gravel, abrasion or minor
scrapes and dents which leave unprotected metal exposed to corrosion.
High-corrosion areas
If you live in an area where your car is
regularly exposed to corrosive materials,
corrosion protection is particularly important. Some of the common causes of
accelerated corrosion are road salts,
dust control chemicals, ocean air and
industrial pollution.
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Moisture breeds corrosion
Moisture creates the conditions in which
corrosion is most likely to occur. For
example, corrosion is accelerated by
high humidity, particularly when temperatures are just above freezing. In such
conditions, the corrosive material is kept
in contact with the car surfaces by moisture that is slow to evaporate.
Mud is particularly corrosive because it is
slow to dry and holds moisture in contact
with the vehicle. Although the mud
appears to be dry, it can still retain the
moisture and promote corrosion.
High temperatures can also accelerate
corrosion of parts that are not properly
ventilated so the moisture can be dispersed. For all these reasons, it is particularly important to keep your car clean
and free of mud or accumulations of
other materials. This applies not only to
the visible surfaces but particularly to the
underside of the car.
To help prevent corrosion
You can help prevent corrosion from getting started by observing the following:
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Keep your car clean
The best way to prevent corrosion is to
keep your car clean and free of corrosive
materials. Attention to the underside of
the car is particularly important.
• If you live in a high-corrosion area —
where road salts are used, near the
ocean, areas with industrial pollution,
acid rain, etc.—, you should take extra
care to prevent corrosion. In winter,
hose off the underside of your car at
least once a month and be sure to
clean the underside thoroughly when
winter is over.
• When cleaning underneath the car,
give particular attention to the components under the fenders and other
areas that are hidden from view. Do a
thorough job; just dampening the accumulated mud rather than washing it
away will accelerate corrosion rather
than prevent it. Water under high pressure and steam are particularly effective in removing accumulated mud and
corrosive materials.
• When cleaning lower door panels,
rocker panels and frame members, be
sure that drain holes are kept open so
that moisture can escape and not be
trapped inside to accelerate corrosion.
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Keep your garage dry
Don't park your car in a damp, poorly
ventilated garage. This creates a favorable environment for corrosion. This is
particularly true if you wash your car in
the garage or drive it into the garage
when it is still wet or covered with snow,
ice or mud. Even a heated garage can
contribute to corrosion unless it is well
ventilated so moisture is dispersed.
Keep paint and trim in good condition
Scratches or chips in the finish should be
covered with "touch-up" paint as soon as
possible to reduce the possibility of corrosion. If bare metal is showing through,
the attention of a qualified body and paint
shop is recommended.
Bird droppings : Bird droppings are highly corrosive and may damage painted
surfaces in just a few hours. Always
remove bird droppings as soon as possible.
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Don't neglect the interior
Moisture can collect under the floor mats
and carpeting to cause corrosion. Check
under the mats periodically to be sure
the carpeting is dry. Use particular care if
you carry fertilizers, cleaning materials or
chemicals in the car.
These should be carried only in proper
containers and any spills or leaks should
be cleaned up, flushed with clean water
and thoroughly dried.
Maintenance
Interior care
G230201BUN
Interior general precautions
Prevent caustic solutions such as perfume and cosmetic oil from contacting
the dashboard because they may cause
damage or discoloration. If they do contact the dashboard, wipe them off immediately. See the instructions that follow for
the proper way to clean vinyl.
CAUTION
Never allow water or other liquids
to
come
in
contact
with
electrical/electronic components
inside the vehicle as this may damage them.
G230202AUN
G230203AUN
Cleaning the upholstery and interior
trim
Vinyl
Remove dust and loose dirt from vinyl
with a whisk broom or vacuum cleaner.
Clean vinyl surfaces with a vinyl cleaner.
Cleaning the lap/shoulder belt webbing
Clean the belt webbing with any mild
soap solution recommended for cleaning
upholstery or carpet. Follow the instructions provided with the soap. Do not
bleach or re-dye the webbing because
this may weaken it.
Fabric
Remove dust and loose dirt from fabric
with a whisk broom or vacuum cleaner.
Clean with a mild soap solution recommended for upholstery or carpets.
Remove fresh spots immediately with a
fabric spot cleaner. If fresh spots do not
receive immediate attention, the fabric
can be stained and its color can be
affected. Also, its fire-resistant properties
can be reduced if the material is not
properly maintained.
CAUTION
When cleaning leather products
(steering wheel, seats etc.), use
neutral detergents or low alcohol
content solutions. If you use high
alcohol content solutions or
acid/alkaline detergents, the color
of the leather may fade or the surface may get stripped off.
CAUTION
Using anything but recommended
cleaners and procedures may affect
the fabric’s appearance and fireresistant properties.
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Cleaning the interior window glass
If the interior glass surfaces of the vehicle become fogged (that is, covered with
an oily, greasy or waxy film), they should
be cleaned with glass cleaner. Follow the
directions on the glass cleaner container.
CAUTION
Do not scrape or scratch the inside
of the rear window. This may result
in damage to the rear window
defroster grid.
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EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM
G270000AFD
The emission control system of your
vehicle is covered by a written limited
warranty. Please see the warranty information contained in the Owner’s
Handbook & Warranty Information booklet in your vehicle.
Your vehicle is equipped with an emission control system to meet all emission
regulations.
There are three emission control systems which are as follows.
Caution for the Inspection and
Maintenance Test (With Electronic
Stability Control (ESC) system)
• To prevent the vehicle from misfiring during dynamometer testing,
turn the Electronic Stability Control
(ESC) system off by pressing the
ESC switch.
• After dynamometer testing is completed, turn the ESC system back on
by pressing the ESC switch again.
2. Evaporative emission control
(including ORVR: Onboard
Refueling Vapor Recovery)
system
The Evaporative Emission Control
System is designed to prevent fuel vapors
from escaping into the atmosphere.
(The ORVR system is designed to allow
the vapors from the fuel tank to be
loaded into a canister while refueling at
the gas station, preventing the escape of
fuel vapors into the atmosphere.)
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(1) Crankcase emission control system
(2) Evaporative emission control system
(3) Exhaust emission control system
In order to assure the proper function of
the emission control systems, it is recommended that you have your car
inspected and maintained by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer in accordance with
the maintenance schedule in this manual.
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1. Crankcase emission control
system
The positive crankcase ventilation system is employed to prevent air pollution
caused by blow-by gases being emitted
from the crankcase. This system supplies
fresh filtered air to the crankcase through
the air intake hose. Inside the crankcase,
the fresh air mixes with blow-by gases,
which then pass through the PCV valve
into the induction system.
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Canister
Fuel vapors generated inside the fuel
tank are absorbed and stored in the
onboard canister. When the engine is
running, the fuel vapors absorbed in the
canister are drawn into the surge tank
through the purge control solenoid valve.
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Purge Control Solenoid Valve (PCSV)
The purge control solenoid valve is controlled by the Engine Control Module
(ECM); when the engine coolant temperature is low during idling, the PCSV closes so that evaporated fuel is not taken
into the engine. After the engine warmsup during ordinary driving, the PCSV
opens to introduce evaporated fuel to the
engine.
Maintenance
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3. Exhaust emission control
system
Engine exhaust gas precautions (carbon monoxide)
• Carbon monoxide can be present with
other exhaust fumes. Therefore, if you
smell exhaust fumes of any kind inside
your vehicle, have it inspected and
repaired immediately. If you ever suspect exhaust fumes are coming into
your vehicle, drive it only with all the
windows fully open. Have your vehicle
checked and repaired immediately.
The Exhaust Emission Control System is
a highly effective system which controls
exhaust emissions while maintaining
good vehicle performance.
G270301BUN
Vehicle modifications
This vehicle should not be modified.
Modification of your vehicle could affect
its performance, safety or durability and
may even violate governmental safety
and emissions regulations.
In addition, damage or performance
problems resulting from any modification
may not be covered under warranty.
• If you use unauthorized electronic
devices, it may cause the vehicle to
operate abnormally, wire damage, battery discharge and fire. For your safety,
do not use unauthorized electronic
devices.
WARNING - Exhaust
Engine exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide (CO). Though colorless and odorless, it is dangerous
and could be lethal if inhaled.
Follow the instructions on this
page to avoid CO poisoning.
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CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
Engine exhaust and a wide variety
of automobile components and
parts, including components found
in the interior furnishings in a vehicle, contain or emit chemicals
known to the State of California to
cause cancer and birth defects and
reproductive harm. In addition, certain fluids contained in vehicles
and certain products of component
wear contain or emit chemicals
known to the State of California to
cause cancer and birth defects or
other reproductive harm.
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Maintenance
• Do not operate the engine in confined
or closed areas (such as garages) any
more than what is necessary to move
the vehicle in or out of the area.
• When the vehicle is stopped in an
open area for more than a short time
with the engine running, adjust the
ventilation system (as needed) to draw
outside air into the vehicle.
• Never sit in a parked or stopped vehicle for any extended time with the
engine running.
• When the engine stalls or fails to start,
excessive attempts to restart the
engine may cause damage to the
emission control system.
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Operating precautions for catalytic
converters (if equipped)
WARNING - Fire
• A hot exhaust system can ignite
flammable items under your vehicle. Do not park, idle, or drive the
vehicle over or near flammable
objects, such as grass, vegetation, paper, leaves, etc.
• The exhaust system and catalytic
system are very hot while the
engine is running or immediately
after the engine is turned off. Keep
away from the exhaust system
and catalytic, you may get burned.
Also, do not remove the heat sink
around the exhaust system, do
not seal the bottom of the vehicle
or do not coat the vehicle for corrosion control. It may present a
fire risk under certain conditions.
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Your vehicle is equipped with a catalytic
converter emission control device.
Therefore, the following precautions
must be observed:
• Use only UNLEADED FUEL for gasoline engine.
• Do not operate the vehicle when there
are signs of engine malfunction, such
as misfire or a noticeable loss of performance.
• Do not misuse or abuse the engine.
Examples of misuse are coasting with
the ignition off and descending steep
grades in gear with the ignition off.
• Do not operate the engine at high idle
speed for extended periods (5 minutes
or more).
• Do not modify or tamper with any part
of the engine or emission control system. All inspections and adjustments
must be made by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
• Avoid driving with a very low fuel level.
If you run out of gasoline, it could
cause the engine to misfire and result
in excessive loading of the catalytic
converter.
Failure to observe these precautions
could result in damage to the catalytic
converter and to your vehicle.
Additionally, such actions could void your
warranties.
Maintenance
CALIFORNIA PERCHLORATE NOTICE
G280000AEN
Perchlorate Material-special handling
may apply, See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
Notice to California Vehicle Dismantlers:
Perchlorate containing materials, such as
air bag 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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Dimensions / 8-2
Bulb wattage / 8-2
Tires and wheels / 8-3
Recommended lubricants and capacities / 8-4
Vehicle identification number (VIN) / 8-7
Vehicle certification label / 8-7
Tire specification and pressure label / 8-8
Engine number / 8-8
Consumer information / 8-9
Reporting safety defects / 8-10
Binding arbitration / 8-10
Specifications, Consumer information,
Reporting safety defects
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DIMENSIONS
BULB WATTAGE
I010000ACM
I030000ACM
Item
in (mm)
Overall length
183.1 (4650)
Overall width
74.4 (1890)
Overall height
67.9 (1725)/69.3 (1760)*
Front tread
63.6 (1615)
Rear tread
63.8 (1620)
Wheelbase
106.3 (2700)
* with roof rack
Light Bulb
Headlights (Low)
Headlights (High)
Front turn signal lights /
Position lights (Front side markers)
Front fog lights*
Stop and tail lights
Tail lights
Rear turn signal lights
Back-up lights
Rear side markers
With spoiler
High mounted stop light
Without spoiler
License plate lights
Map lamp
Room lamp
Luggage lamp
Glove box lamp
Vanity mirror lamp*
Door courtesy lamp
* If equipped
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Wattage
55
55
27/8
27
27/8
8
27
16
5
LED
5
5
10
10
10
5
5
5
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TIRES AND WHEELS
I020000ACM
Inflation pressure
Item
Full size tire
Compact spare tire
(if equipped)
Tire
size
psi (kPa)
Wheel size
Normal load
(
)
Maximum load
(
)
Wheel lug nut torque
lb•ft (kg•m, N•m)
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
P235/65R17
7.0J×17
33
33
38
42
P235/60R18
7.0J×18
(230)
(230)
(260)
(290)
65~79
T165/90R17
4.0T×17
60
(420)
60
(420)
60
(420)
60
(420)
(9~11, 88~107)
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RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS AND CAPACITIES
I040000BCM-EU
To help achieve proper engine and powertrain performance and durability, use only lubricants of the proper quality. The correct
lubricants also help promote engine efficiency that results in improved fuel economy.
These lubricants and fluids are recommended for use in your vehicle.
Lubricant
Engine oil *1 *2 (drain and refill)
Recommends
Volume
Classification
2.4 Engine
4.86 US qt. (4.6 l)
3.5 Engine
5.49 US qt. (5.2 l)
Normal driving condition
MAX. 1 l /1500 km
-
Severe driving condition
MAX. 1 l /1000 km
-
2.4 Engine
1.90 US qt. (1.8 l)
API GL-4, SAE 75W/85
(HYUNDAI genuine transaxle fluid)
2.4 Engine
7.50 US qt. (7.1 l)
3.5 Engine
8.24 US qt. (7.8 l)
MICHANG ATF SP-IV, SK ATF SP-IV
NOCA ATF SP-IV, HYUNDAI genuine ATF SP-IV or other
brands meeting the above specification approved by
Hyundai Motor Co.,
1.06 US qt. (1.0 l)
PSF-3
API Service SM*3,
ILSAC GF-4 or above
Engine oil consumption
Manual transaxle fluid
Automatic transaxle fluid
Power steering
MT
6.87 US qt. (6.5 l)
AT
6.97 US qt. (6.6 l)
AT
9.09 US qt. (8.6 l)
2.4 Engine
Coolant
3.5 Engine
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Mixture of antifreeze and distilled water
(Ethylene glycol base coolant for aluminum radiator)
Specifications, Consumer information, Reporting safety defects
Lubricant
Volume
Classification
Brake/clutch fluid
0.74~0.85 US qt.
(0.7~0.8 l)
FMVSS116 DOT-3 or DOT-4
Rear differential oil (AWD)
0.74 US qt. (0.7 l)
HYPOID GEAR OIL API GL-5, SAE 75W/90
(SHELL SPIRAX X or equivalent)
2.4 Engine
0.63 US qt. (0.6 l)
3.5 Engine
0.74 US qt. (0.7 l)
Transfer case oil (AWD)
Fuel
17.96 US gal. (68 l)
HYPOID GEAR OIL API GL-5, SAE 75W/90
(SHELL SPIRAX X or equivalent)
Refer to “Fuel requirements” in section 1
*1 Refer to the recommended SAE viscosity numbers on the next page.
*2 Engine oils labeled Energy Conserving Oil are now available. Along with other additional benefits, they contribute to fuel economy by reducing
the amount of fuel necessary to overcome engine friction. Often, these improvements are difficult to measure in everyday driving, but in a year’s
time, they can offer significant cost and energy savings.
*3 If the API service SM engine oil is not available in your country, you are able to use API service SL.
MT : Manual transaxle
AT : Automatic transaxle
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Recommended SAE viscosity
number
CAUTION
Always be sure to clean the area
around any filler plug, drain plug, or
dipstick before checking or draining any lubricant. This is especially
important in dusty or sandy areas
and when the vehicle is used on
unpaved roads. Cleaning the plug
and dipstick areas will prevent dirt
and grit from entering the engine
and other mechanisms that could
be damaged.
Engine oil viscosity (thickness) has an
effect on fuel economy and cold weather
operating (engine start and engine oil
flowability). Lower viscosity engine oils
can provide better fuel economy and cold
weather performance, however, higher
viscosity engine oils are required for satisfactory lubrication in hot weather. Using
oils of any viscosity other than those recommended could result in engine damage.
Temperature
When choosing an oil, consider the range
of temperature your vehicle will be operated in before the next oil change.
Proceed to select the recommended oil
viscosity from the chart.
Temperature Range for SAE Viscosity Numbers
°C -30
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
(°F)
-10
0
20
40
60
80
100
Gasoline
Engine Oil *1
10W-30
5W-20, 5W-30
*1 : For better fuel economy, it is recommended to use the engine oil
of a viscosity grade SAE 5W-20 (API SM / ILSAC GF-4). However,
if the engine oil is not available in your country, select the proper
engine oil using the engine oil viscosity chart.
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120
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VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (VIN)
Frame number
VEHICLE CERTIFICATION
LABEL
VIN label
OEN086004N
OCM080001
H010000AEN
The vehicle identification number (VIN) is
the number used in registering your vehicle and in all legal matters pertaining to
its ownership, etc.
The number is punched on the engine
compartment bulkhead.
The VIN is also on a plate attached to the
top of the dashboard. The number on the
plate can easily be seen through the
windshield from outside.
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OCM056002
H020000AEN
The vehicle certification label attached
on the driver’s side center pillar gives the
vehicle identification number (VIN).
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TIRE SPECIFICATION AND
PRESSURE LABEL
ENGINE NUMBER
■ Gasoline engine (2.4L)
OCM080003
OCM070048L
The tires supplied on your new vehicle
are chosen to provide the best performance for normal driving.
The tire label located on the driver's side
center pillar gives the tire pressures recommended for your vehicle.
■ Gasoline engine (3.5L)
OXM089006L
The engine number is stamped on the
engine block as shown in the drawing.
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CONSUMER INFORMATION
H050000AEN
This consumer information has been prepared in accordance with regulations
issued by the National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration of the U.S.
Department of Transportation. Your
Hyundai dealer will help answer any
questions you may have as you read this
information.
Hyundai motor vehicles are designed
and manufactured to meet or exceed all
applicable safety standards.
For your safety, however, we strongly
urge you to read and follow all directions
in this Owner's Manual, particularly the
information
under
the
headings
"NOTICE", "CAUTION" and "WARNING".
If, after reading this manual, you have
any questions regarding the operation of
your vehicle, please contact your nearest
Hyundai Motor America Regional Office
as listed in the following:
Eastern Region: Connecticut, Delaware,
Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island, Vermont.
Eastern Region
1100 Cranbury South River Road
Jamesburg, NJ 08831
(800) 633-5151
Southern Region: Florida, Georgia,
North Carolina, South Carolina.
Southern Region
270 Riverside Parkway, Suite A
Austell, GA 30168
(800) 633-5151
South Central Region: Alabama,
Arkansas,
Louisiana,
Mississippi,
Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma,
Tennessee, Texas.
Central Region: Illinois, Indiana, lowa,
Kentucky,
Michigan,
Minnesota,
Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota,
Ohio, Wisconsin, Kansas, Missouri.
Central Region
1705 Sequoia Drive
Aurora, Illinois 60506
(800) 633-5151
Western Region: Alaska, Arizona,
California, Colorado, Hawaii, ldaho,
Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah,
Washington, Wyoming.
Western Region
10550 Talbert Avenue
P.O.Box 20850
Fountain Valley, California 92728-0850
(800) 633-5151
South Central Region
1421 South Beltline Road, Suite 400
Coppell, TX 75019
(800) 633-5151
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REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS BINDING ARBITRATION (U.S.A ONLY)
H070000AEN
H090000ACM
If you believe that your vehicle has a
defect which could cause a crash or
could cause injury or death, you should
immediately inform the National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in
addition to notifying HYUNDAI MOTOR
AMERICA. If NHTSA receives similar
complaints, it may open an investigation,
and if it finds that a safety defect exists in
a group of vehicles, it may order a recall
and remedy campaign. However, NHTSA
cannot become involved in individual
problems between you, your dealer, or
HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA.
To contact NHTSA, you may call the
Vehicle Safety Hotline toll-free at 1-888327-4236 (TTY: 1-800-424-9153); go to
http://www.safercar.gov; or write to:
Administrator, NHTSA, 1200 New Jersey
Avenue, SE., West Buliding Washington,
DC 20590 You can also obtain other
information about motor vehicle safety
from http://www.safercar.gov.
Any claim or dispute you may have related to your vehicle's warranty or the duties
contemplated under the warranty, including claims related to the refund or partial
refund of your vehicle's purchase price
(excluding personal injury or product liability claims), shall be resolved by binding
arbitration. Binding arbitration shall be
administered by and through the
American Arbitration Association (AAA).
You will not be responsible for paying filing and hearing fees above $275.00. All
other arbitration costs shall be borne by
Hyundai Motor America. You are not
responsible to pay any of the costs
Hyundai incurs.
This Binding Arbitration Agreement shall
not deprive you of any remedies available to you under applicable law. The
parties are waiving their right to seek
remedies in court, including the right to a
jury trial.
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This Binding Arbitration Agreement shall
be governed by and interpreted under
the Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. sections 1-16. Judgment upon any award
may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.
You may revoke this Arbitration
Agreement by (1) written notice or (2)
electronic notice. Written notice must be
delivered (via certified mail) to Hyundai
Motor America, Attn: Consumer Affairs,
10550 Talbert Avenue, P.O. Box 20849,
Fountain Valley, CA 92728-0849.
Electronic notice must be submitted at
the following website address: http://warranty-arbitration.hyundaiUSA.com.
Notice must be received within 90 days
after you purchase your vehicle.
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A
B
Air bags-advanced supplemental restraint system ········3-36
Air bag warning label··················································3-62
Air bag warning light ··················································3-59
Curtain air bag ·····························································3-50
Driver's and passenger's front air bag··························3-45
Occupant classification system ···································3-40
Side impact air bag······················································3-49
Air cleaner ·····································································7-22
All wheel drive (AWD)··················································5-16
Appearance care·····························································7-64
Exterior care ································································7-64
Interior care ·································································7-69
Audio system ·······························································4-102
Antenna······································································4-102
Steering wheel audio control·····································4-102
Automatic climate control system ·································4-76
Air conditioning ··························································4-82
Automatic heating and air conditioning······················4-77
Manual heating and air conditioning···························4-67
Automatic transaxle ·······················································5-10
Ignition key interlock system ······································5-12
Shift lock system ·························································5-13
Sports mode ·································································5-14
Battery············································································7-29
Before driving ··································································5-3
Brake system··································································5-23
Anti-lock brake system (ABS) ···································5-26
Downhill brake system (DBC)···································5-31
Electronic stability control (ESC) ······························5-28
Parking brake······························································5-24
Power brakes ······························································5-23
Brake fluid ·····································································7-18
Bulb wattage ····································································8-2
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California Perchlorate Notice ······································· 7-73
Child restraint system ····················································3-28
Placing a passenger seat belt into
the auto lock mode ····················································3-30
Securing a child restraint seat with
tether anchor system··················································3-32
Securing a child restraint seat with
child seat lower anchor system ·································3-34
Climate control air filter ················································7-24
Consumer information ·····················································8-9
Cruise control system ····················································5-34
Index
D
F
Defroster ········································································4-66
Dimensions ······································································8-2
Door locks······································································4-14
Central door lock switch ···············································4-8
Child-protector rear door lock·····································4-10
Fuel filler lid ··································································4-19
Fuel requirements ····························································1-2
Fuses ··············································································7-45
Fuse/relay panel description········································7-49
Main fuse ·····································································7-48
Memory fuse································································7-47
E
Economical operation ····················································5-38
Emergency starting ··························································6-4
Jump starting ·································································6-4
Push starting ··································································6-5
Emission control system················································7-70
Crankcase emission control system·····························7-70
Evaporative emission control (including ORVR:
Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery) System ···········7-70
Exhaust emission control system ································7-71
Engine compartment ················································2-4, 7-2
Engine coolant ·······························································7-15
Engine number·································································8-8
Engine oil·······································································7-14
Explanation of scheduled maintenance items ···············7-11
Exterior features···························································4-101
Roof rack ···································································4-101
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Hazard warning flasher··················································4-56
Hood···············································································4-17
How to use this manual ···················································1-2
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If the engine overheats·····················································6-6
If the engine will not start ···············································6-3
If you have a flat tire ·····················································6-13
Changing tires······························································6-16
Compact spare tire·······················································6-20
Jack and tools ······························································6-13
Removing and storing the spare tire····························6-13
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In case of an emergency while driving····························6-2
Indicator symbols on the instrument cluster ···················1-6
Instrument cluster ··························································4-40
Engine temperature gauge ···········································4-42
Fuel gauge ···································································4-43
Instrument panel illumination ·····································4-41
Odometer/Tripmeter ····················································4-43
Speedometer ································································4-41
Tachometer ··································································4-41
Trip computer ······························································4-45
Warning and indicators················································4-48
Instrument panel overview···············································2-3
Interior features······························································4-92
AC inverter ··································································4-95
Ashtray ········································································4-92
Aux, USB and iPod ·····················································4-98
Cargo security screen ··················································4-99
Cigarette lighter ···························································4-92
Clothes hanger ·····························································4-95
Cup holder ···································································4-93
Digital clock ································································4-97
Floor mat anchor(s) ·····················································4-98
Luggage net (holder) ·················································4-122
Outside thermometer ···················································4-83
Power outlet·································································4-95
Sunvisor ·······································································4-94
Interior light ···································································4-63
Interior overview······························································2-2
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Key positions ···································································5-5
Illuminated ignition switch············································5-4
Keys ·················································································4-2
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Light bulbs ·····································································7-55
Headlight, position light, turn signal light, side
marker light and front fog light bulb replacement····7-56
High mounted stop light replacement ·························7-61
Interior light bulb replacement ····································7-63
License plate light bulb replacement···························7-62
Door courtesy lamp bulb replacement ························7-62
Rear combination light bulb replacement ···················7-59
Lighting··········································································4-57
Battery saver function··················································4-57
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Maintenance services·······················································7-3
Manual climate control system······································4-67
Air conditioning ··························································4-72
Climate control air filter ··············································4-74
Heating and air conditioning ·······································4-68
Electric chromic mirror (ECM) with compass············4-28
Electric chromic mirror (ECM) with compass and
HomeLink® system ··················································4-31
Inside rearview mirror ·················································4-28
Outside rearview mirror ··············································4-38
Manual transaxle······························································5-7
Rear seat entertainment system (RSE) ························4-139
Rearview camera····························································4-56
Recommended lubricants and capacities·························8-4
Recommended SAE viscosity number··························8-6
Remote keyless entry·······················································4-3
Reporting safety defects ················································8-10
Road warning···································································6-2
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Owner maintenance ·························································7-4
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Parking brake ·································································7-21
Power steering fluid·······················································7-19
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Scheduled maintenance service ·······································7-6
Normal maintenance schedule·······································7-7
Maintenance under severe usage conditions ···············7-10
Seat belts········································································3-17
Pre-tensioner seat belt ·················································3-22
Seat belt - Driver's 3-point system with
emergency locking retractor······································3-18
Seat belts - Front passenger and rear seat
3-point system with combination locking retractor ··3-20
Seat belt warning ·························································3-18
Seats ·················································································3-2
Armrest ········································································3-13
Headrest································································3-8, 3-12
Folding the rear seat ····················································3-14
Front seat adjustment - manual ·····································3-5
Front seat adjustment - power ·······································3-6
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Lumbar support ·····························································3-6
Rear seat adjustment····················································3-12
Seatback pocket ···························································3-11
Seat warmer ·································································3-10
Special driving conditions ·············································5-40
Driving at night ···························································5-41
Driving in flooded areas ··············································5-42
Driving in the rain ·······················································5-42
Hazardous driving conditions······································5-40
Highway driving ··························································5-43
Rocking the vehicle ·····················································5-40
Smooth cornering ························································5-41
Starting the engine ···························································5-6
Steering wheel ·······························································4-26
Horn ·············································································4-27
Power steering ·····························································4-26
Tilt steering··································································4-26
Storage compartment ·····················································4-89
Center console storage·················································4-89
Glove box ····································································4-89
Multi box ·····································································4-90
Luggage box ································································4-91
Sunglass holder····························································4-90
Sunroof···········································································4-22
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Tailgate···········································································4-11
Theft-alarm system ··························································4-5
Tires pressure monitoring system (TPMS)······················6-7
Changing a tire with TPMS·········································6-10
Low tire pressure telltale ···············································6-8
TPMS (Tire pressure monitoring system)
malfunction indicator ··················································6-9
Tire specification and pressure label ·······························8-8
Tires and wheels·····················································7-32, 8-3
All season tires ····························································7-43
Checking tire inflation pressure ··································7-34
Compact spare tire replacement ··································7-36
Radial-ply tires ····························································7-44
Recommended cold tire inflation pressures ················7-32
Snow tires ····································································7-43
Summer tires································································7-43
Tire care·······································································7-32
Tire chains ···································································7-44
Tire maintenance ·························································7-38
Tire replacement ··························································7-36
Tire rotation ·································································7-35
Tire sidewall labeling ··················································7-38
Tire terminology and definitions ·································7-41
Tire traction ·································································7-38
Wheel alignment and tire balance ·······························7-36
Wheel replacement ······················································7-36
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Towing ···········································································6-22
Emergency towing ·······················································6-23
Trailer towing·································································5-48
Driving with a trailer ···················································5-50
Hitches ·········································································5-49
Safety chains································································5-49
Trailer brakes ·······························································5-49
Weight of the trailer (tongue) ······································5-55
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Vehicle break-in process ··················································1-5
Vehicle certification label ················································8-7
Vehicle data collection and event data recorders·············1-5
Vehicle identification number (VIN)·······························8-7
Vehicle load limit···························································5-57
Cargo capacity ·····························································5-57
Certification label ························································5-59
Seating capacity···························································5-57
Tire and loading information label······························5-57
Towing capacity···························································5-57
Vehicle capacity weight···············································5-57
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Vehicle weight ·······························································5-61
Base curb weight ·························································5-61
Cargo weight ·······························································5-61
GAW (Gross axle weight) ···········································5-61
GAWR (Gross axle weight rating) ······························5-61
GVW (Gross vehicle weight) ······································5-61
GVWR (Gross vehicle weight rating)·························5-61
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Washer fluid···································································7-20
Windows ········································································4-13
Auto up/down window ················································4-14
Power window lock button ··········································4-15
Windshield defrosting and defogging····························4-86
Defogging logic ···························································4-88
Winter driving ································································5-44
Snow tires ····································································5-44
Tire chains ···································································5-45
Wiper blades ··································································7-26
Wipers and washers ·······················································4-61
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WARRANTIES FOR YOUR HYUNDAI VEHICLE
Please consult your Owner's Handbook & Warranty Information booklet for your vehicle's specific warranty coverage.
RESPONSIBILITY FOR MAINTENANCE
The maintenance requirements for your new Hyundai are found in Section 7. As the owner, it is your
responsibility to see that all maintenance operations specified by the manufacturer are carried out at
the appropriate intervals. When the vehicle is used in severe driving conditions, more frequent maintenance is required for some operations. Maintenance requirements for severe operating conditions
are also included in Section 7.
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This Owner's Manual should be considered a part of the car and remain with it when it is sold for the use of the next owner.
OWNER'S INFORMATION
ORIGINAL OWNER _____________________________________________________
ADDRESS
CITY _________________ STATE ___________ ZIP CODE _____________________
DELIVERY DATE
(Date Sold to Original Retail Purchaser)
DEALER NAME _______________ DEALER NO. _____________________________
ADDRESS ____________________________________________________________
CITY _________________ STATE ___________ ZIP CODE _____________________
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