OWNER'S MANUAL

Operation
Maintenance
Specifications

All information in this Owner's Manual is current at the time of publication.
However, Hyundai Motor India Limited reserves the right to make changes
at any time without prior notice and without obligation to incorporate such
changes so that our policy of continual product improvement may be carried
out.

This manual applies to all variants of this vehicle 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.

This manual is provided in non-writable PDF format and can be viewable on
any computer or Device compatible with windows 7 & above and PDF read-
er. Avoid direct sunlight to CD & do not keep it in high temperature zone i.e
more than 70 degree celcius.

CAUTION: MODIFICATIONS TO YOUR
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 condi-
tions of the limited warranties covering the vehicle. Certain modifications may also be in vio-
lation of regulations established by the Department of Transportation and other government
agencies in your country.

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. 

SAFETY AND VEHICLE DAMAGE WARNING
This manual includes information titled as DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION and NOTICE.
These titles indicate the following:

DANGER CAUTION
DANGER indicates a hazardous situa- CAUTION indicates a hazardous situa-
tion which, if not avoided, will result in tion which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury. minor or moderate injury.

WARNING NOTICE

WARNING indicates a hazardous situa- NOTICE indicates a situation which, if not
tion which, if not avoided, could result in avoided, could result in vehicle damage.
death or serious injury.



FOREWORD

Thank you for choosing HYUNDAI. We are pleased to welcome you to the growing number of discriminating people who
drive HYUNDAI. 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 service and maintenance on your vehicle be performed by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.

HYUNDAI MOTOR INDIA LIMITED

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 10-4 in the Vehicle Specifications section of the Owner's Manual.

Copyright 2016 HYUNDAI MOTOR INDIA. 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 Company. 

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We want to help you get the greatest Your safety, and the safety of others, Throughout this manual DANGER,
possible driving pleasure from your is very important. This Owner's WARNING, CAUTION, NOTICE and
vehicle. Your Owner’s Manual can Manual provides you with many safe- the SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL will
assist you in many ways. We strongly ty precautions and operating proce- be used.
recommend that you read the entire dures. This information alerts you to This is the safety alert sym-
manual. In order to minimize the potential hazards that may hurt you bol. It is used to alert you to
chance of death or injury, you must or others, as well as damage to your potential physical injury haz-
read the DANGER, WARNING and vehicle. ards. Obey all safety mes-
CAUTION sections in the manual. Safety messages found on vehicle sages that follow this symbol
Illustrations complement the words labels and in this manual describe to avoid possible injury or
in this manual to best explain how to these hazards and what to do to death. The safety alert sym-
enjoy your vehicle. By reading your avoid or reduce the risks. bol precedes the signal words
manual, you will learn about fea- Warnings and instructions contained DANGER, WARNING and
tures, important safety information, in this manual are for your safety. CAUTION.
and driving tips under various road Failure to follow safety warnings and
conditions. instructions can lead to serious injury DANGER
The general layout of the manual is or death.
provided in the Table of Contents. DANGER indicates a hazardous
Use the index when looking for a situation which, if not avoided, will
specific area or subject; it has an result in death or serious injury.
alphabetical listing of all information
in your manual.
Sections: This manual has ten chap-
ters plus an index. Each section WARNING
begins with a brief list of contents so
you can tell at a glance if that section WARNING indicates a hazardous
has the information you want. situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious
injury.



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Petrol engine
CAUTION WARNING
Unleaded
CAUTION indicates a hazardous Your new vehicle is designed to use • Do not "top off" after the nozzle
situation which, if not avoided, only unleaded fuel having an Octane automatically shuts off when
could result in minor or moderate Rating of RON (Research Octane refueling.
injury. Number) 91 / AKI (Anti-Knock Index) • Always check that the fuel cap is
87 or higher. installed securely to prevent fuel
NOTICE spillage in the event of an acci-
Your new vehicle is designed to dent.
NOTICE indicates a situation which, obtain maximum performance with
if not avoided, could result in vehicle UNLEADED FUEL, as well as mini-
damage. mize exhaust emissions and spark Leaded (if equipped)
plug fouling. For some countries, your vehicle is
designed to use leaded petrol.
CAUTION When you are going to use leaded
petrol, we recommend that you ask
NEVER USE LEADED FUEL. The an authorized HYUNDAI dealer
use of leaded fuel is detrimental to whether leaded petrol in your vehicle
the catalytic converter and will is available or not.
damage the engine control sys- Octane Rating of leaded petrol is
tem’s oxygen sensor and affect same with unleaded one.
emission control.
Never add any fuel system clean-
ing agents to the fuel tank other
than what has been specified (We
recommend that you consult an
authorized HYUNDAI dealer for
details.) 

to the fuel system and any per- Vehicle damage or driveability prob. and do not use produce vapor lock or hard starting. formance problems that are lems may not be covered by the caused by the use of fuels con- manufacturer’s warranty if they result taining methanol or fuels contain- from the use of: ing MTBE (Methyl Tertiary Butyl 1. Gasohol containing more than Ether) over 15. Either of these fuels may CAUTION cause drivability problems and dam- age to the fuel system.0% vol. Content 2. vol. hol). methanol. (Oxygen Content 2.7% weight) in methanol (also known as wood alco.  .7% weight. 3.0% instead of leaded or unleaded petrol.) 2. Your New Vehicle Limited Discontinue using gasohol of any Warranty may not cover damage kind if drivability problems occur. and petrol or gasohol containing gasohol product which impairs dri. Leaded fuel or leaded gasohol.7% weight) Do not use gasohol containing more may reduce vehicle performance and than 10% ethanol. Discontinue use of any Tertiary Butyl Ether) over 15. (Oxygen 10% ethanol. (Oxygen Content 2. a mixture of petrol and Never use gasohol which contains fuels containing MTBE (Methyl ethanol (also known as grain alco. petrol or gasohol containing any methanol. Petrol or gasohol containing methanol.0% vol. *($'!#(%'* Petrol containing alcohol and Use of MTBE methanol CAUTION HYUNDAI recommends avoiding Gasohol. vability. your vehicle. hol) are being marketed along with or Fuel containing MTBE over 15.

quality petrols including fuel additives regularly.000 km. This type of fuel can reduce standards (EN228) or equivalents. Do not mix other additives.  . available.*($'!#(%'* Do not use methanol Fuel Additives Operation in foreign countries Fuels containing methanol (wood HYUNDAI recommends that you use If you are going to drive your vehicle alcohol) should not be used in your good quality petrols meet Europe Fuel in another country. • Observe all regulations regarding vehicle performance and damage For customers who do not use good registration and insurance. one bottle of additives added to the fuel tank at every 5. and have problems starting • Determine that acceptable fuel is or the engine does not run smoothly. be sure to: vehicle. components of the fuel system. Additives are available from your authorized HYUNDAI dealer along with informa- tion on how to use them.

engine and fuel system. use summer sulfur (more than 50 ppm sulfur) and approved fuels will not be covered by or winter fuel properly according to unspecified additives. (EN stands for meets EN 14214 or equivalent spec- pump and damaging the engine. NOTICE diesel fuel. as this will increase wear and cause dam. . Winter type diesel. cle manufacturer. used in your vehicle if Biodiesel lines to avoid jamming the injection rable standard. com- the tank. Summer type white smoke can be emitted. The use of biofuels exceed- NOTICE ing 7% made from rapeseed methyl non-approved fuel additives. (EN stands for "European marine diesel fuel. or mixing diesel exceed- It is recommended to use the regu.Diesel Fuel ester (RME). *($'!#(%'* Diesel engine NOTICE Biodiesel Diesel fuel Commercially supplied Diesel blends Do not let any petrol or water enter Diesel engine must be operated only of no more than 7% biodiesel. the DPF system to be damaged and • Above -5°C (23°F) . heating oils. Do not use ifications. • Never use any fuel.. that fails to meet the latest petrole- um industry specification. fatty acid methyl ester age to the engine and fuel system. If two types of If you use diesel fuel including high components due to the use of non diesel fuel are available. ing 7% with biodiesel will cause or fuel additives will result in a limita. mended or approved by the vehi- pletely purged to permit restarting. vegetable oil methyl ester The use of non-approved fuels and / (VME) etc. Watch the fuel level in the tank very • Never use any fuel additives or carefully : If the engine stops through treatments that are not recom- fuel failure. increased wear or damage to the vehicle equipped with the DPF sys. B7 biodiesel or otherwise.. "European Norm").  . replacement of worn or damaged used in your vehicle.. (if equipped with DPF) (FAME). it can cause the manufactures warranty. the following temperature conditions. lated automotive diesel fuel for diesel tion of your warranty rights. or Norm"). Repair or Diesel fuel of above cetane 51 is tem.. This would make it neces- on commercially available diesel fuel monly known as "B7 Diesel" may be sary to drain it out and to bleed the that complies with EN 590 or compa. whether • Below -5°C (23°F) . the circuits must be com. diesel fuel.

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By following a few simple precau- tions for the first 1. either fast or slow.000 rpm and 4. economy and life of your vehi- cle: • Do not race the engine. or revolutions per minute) between 2. • Don't tow a trailer during the first 2.   No special break-in period is need- ed.200 miles) of opera- tion. except in emer- gencies.000 km (1. • Do not maintain a single speed for long periods of time. • Avoid hard stops. keep your engine speed (rpm. to allow the brakes to seat properly.000 km (600 miles) you may add to the perform- ance. Varying engine speed is needed to properly break-in the engine.000 rpm.  . • While driving.

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applicable only in India and not and linings. acid rain. which results in stone chipping Except as provided in paragraph 3 nance as required in this of paint or glass. and maintenance. hereof. abuse. inafter called "HMIL". ery to the first purchaser irrespective including without limitation. other than the three free services. clean- of the mileage. dust or road debris)  Negligence of proper mainte. Taxi/Tourist operation is 24 fastener retightening. workmanship within the warranty flooding or fire. hail and wind warranty period. Warranty period tampering or improper repair. any Hyundai Booklet. dents or simi- transferable to any other country. wheel alignment and tyre tions. Industrial subsequent owner for the remaining of normal wear and tear such as fall out. be free from any defects in material parts or labour. function of the vehicle or parts. or other Acts of God. etc. fluids or lubricants. at no cost to  Use of improper or insufficient each new Hyundai vehicle sold shall the owner of the Hyundai vehicle for fuel. alterations. by HMIL to be defective in material or 2 2 . genuine part that is acknowledged  Misuse. lar paint or body damage. fil. warrants that period stipulated above. lier. become the property of HMIL. accident. minor adjust. What is covered o Damage or failure resulting from: gravel. engine tuning. belts. or items considered date of delivery which soever is ear. brake pads storms. filters replenishment. fuses. clutch disc/facing.  Action of road elements (sand.This warranty is transferable to o Replacement of parts as a result  Airborne "fallout". Such defective parts  Use of parts other than and workmanship. 2. However.  Any device and/or accessories lowing terms and conditions.  Slight irregularities not recog- / being used for ments. warranty for ing and polishing. characteristic of the vehicle. such as slight noise or vibra- months/40. What is not covered  Modifications. 3. rotation etc. ters. wheel bal. This warranty is spark plugs. our Authorized Dealers shall Owner's Manual and Service either repair or replace. not supplied by HMIL. or not approved by HMIL.000 kilometers from the ancing. wiper blades.  Paint scratches.  Hyundai Motor India Limited here. oil/fluid nised as affecting quality or commercial purpose such as changes. under normal use which have been replaced will Hyundai Genuine Parts. bulbs. subject to the fol. 1. This warranty shall not apply to:  Parts used in applications of This warranty shall exist for a period o Normal maintenance services which they were not designed of 24 months from the date of deliv. theft.

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It may be necessary for Kilometers from the date of installa- or its or his agent or employee is the customer to show that the tion of replacement part by Hyundai authorized to make any oral warran. maintenance of vehicle should be done more 1. turers and not by HMIL. Owner's Responsibilities Hyundai Motor India Limited here.+'). 2. Owner's Manual and Service HMIL reserves the right to make any Booklet. Tyres severe usage conditions. Owner's Manual and Service installed by Hyundai Authorized Audio Video Navigation System. ment part earlier shall either repair or this Basic Warranty. inconvenience. part that is acknowledged by HMIL to dance to the Owner’s Manual and be defective in material or workman- Service Booklet. under and Tubes originally equipped on operation in extremely dusty. the vehicle HMIL reserves the right for the final must be serviced by Hyundai replace the said Hyundai genuine decision in all warranty matters. of 6 months or until the vehicle has employee is authorized to extend or o Retention of maintenance service been driven for a distance of 10. maintenance and inafter called "HMIL". during hot weather.000 enlarge this warranty and no dealer records. as specified in this first. Booklet. required maintenance has been Authorized Dealer. our Authorized Dealer who the same change on vehicles previ. loss care of vehicle in accordance with each new Hyundai Genuine replace- )#+$. tance driving or heavy city traffic tions. o Delivery of the vehicle during reg.  o Incidental or consequential dam. What is covered change in design or make any improvement on the vehicle at any ular service business hours to any authorized Hyundai Dealer to Except as provided in paragraph 3 time without any obligation to make hereof. whichever occurs ty on HMIL's behalf. sub- Hyundai vehicles are warranted rough. Warranty period This warranty is the entire warranty frequently as mentioned in this given by HMIL for Hyundai vehicles Owner's Manual and Service This warranty shall exist for a period and no dealer or its or his agent or Booklet. warrants that loss of time. ject to the following terms and condi- directly by the respective manufac. Authorized workshop in accor. o Proper use. o In order to maintain the validity of had sold and installed the replace- ously sold.  ages. more repeated short dis. obtain warranty service.--. ship within the warranty period stipu- 2 3 . normal use and maintenance.%(&) of use of vehicle or commercial the instructions contained in this ment part purchased from and loss. If the vehicle is subject to Dealer shall be free from any defects Batteries.. Audio Systems. including without limitation. performed.(. such as in material or workmanship.

maintenance and approved by HMIL. Manual and Service Booklet. care of the vehicle in accordance HMIL extends the Mass Emission o Failure due to normal wear of with the instructions contained in standards (BS IV) for its vehicle in parts. as specified in this (For the vehicles Manufactured on or ter reading has been altered so Owner's Manual and Service after 01/04/2010). loss of time. 3. (1) Delhi/NCR. It may be necessary for (6)HyderabadincludingSecunde- of non-Hyundai parts on the vehi. Owner's Responsibilities o Parts used in applications for EmIssION WARRANTY which they were not designed or o Proper use. (5) Bangalore nance of vehicle and installation records. ment or replacement (i. including without limitation. (2) Mumbai. o Any vehicle on which the odome. (3) by misuse and improper mainte. dent or which have been improp- erly lubricated or repaired. Hyundai Authorized workshop in o Parts that fail due to abuse. required maintenance has been (9) Surat. HMIL reserves the right for the final accordance to the Owner’s use. or which fail due to the use employee is authorized to make any the vehicle must be serviced by of low grade fuel). ly determined. agent or employee is authorized to replacement part. of the original repair order and its labour. What is not covered loss. o Delivery of the vehicle during reg- This warranty is the entire warranty ular service business hours to the This warranty shall not apply to: given by HMIL for Hyundai replace. (10) Kanpur. 2-4 .(8)Pune. same Hyundai Authorized Dealer o Normal maintenance services of ment parts and no dealer or its or his who had sold and installed the parts such as cleaning. oral warranty on HMIL's behalf. that mileage cannot be accurate. rabad. decision in all warranty matters. inconvenience. (4) Chennai. o Retention of maintenance service Chennai. Hyundai Warranty Policy lated above. loss invoice/bill against which the part of use of vehicle or commercial was replaced. the Owner's Manual and Service the following cities: o Direct or indirect failures caused Booklet. neglect. mis. adjust. (7) Ahmedabad. at no cost to the owner o Incidental or consequential dam.e. Booklet. spark extend or enlarge this warranty and o In order to maintain the validity of plugs that are oil fouled. fouled. alteration or acci. (11)Agra. lead no dealer or its or his agent or this Parts replacement Warranty. o Retention of the customer's copy of the Hyundai vehicle for parts or ages. performed. the customer to show that the cle.

sion standard as specified in the said ried out to confirm that none of the (25) Unnao. been driven for a distance of 80. the vehicle is discovered to ship within the warranty period stipu- Bharatpur. that is acknowledged by HMIL to Hyundai Warranty Policy vapi. ty policy and the conditions and obli. (19) Hissar. after examinations car- &Diu. (17) Jamnagar.2 Fuel Metering System emission of the gaseous pollutants in remaining warranty period. O2 Sensor. As and when Govt. (28) Yamunanagar. (21) Silvasa. 1.(31) necessary and shall at its sole dis. Emission Warranty Parts List tional/new cities under Mass Emission Standards (BS IV). of. of 36 months or until the vehicle has • Crankshaft Position Sensor. MAP gations laid down hereunder. uine part listed in paragraph 3 here- (14) Puduchery. (20) by HMIL. as the “In-use emission standard”. to the first purchaser. (27) rule.3 Air Induction System comply with the provisions of Rule • Air Cleaner Housing Assembly 2-5 . 2 01/06/2010). This warranty is transfer. Warranty period 3. Camshaft Position Sensor. Medak & (30) Mehboobnagar (For cretion either repair or replace free of Such defective parts which have the vehicles Manufactured on or charge. ECT Sensor inafter called “HMIL”. Sensor.(12) Lucknow (13) Sholapur (For the 115(2) of the Central Motor Vehicle Our Authorized Dealers shall either vehicles Manufactured on or after Rules. (23) Aligarh. certifies that the components liable to affect the able to subsequent owner for the 3. (18) ination by a dealer duly authorized be defective in material or workman- Ankleshwar. Such This warranty will be in addition to 3.(24)RaeBareilly. of India notifies addi. (26) Karnal. (22) Daman be failing to meet the In-use emis. III) shall apply to all the states and union territories. any Hyundai gen. at no cost to the owner of the (29)Valsad. 1989 hereinafter referred to repair or replace. such corrective measures as may be with. IAT & Hyundai Motor India Limited here.1 Engine Control Module System cities would be auto matically cov. our Authorized Dealer shall take original settings have been tampered Kurukshetra. sion control system as are specified erty of HMIL. 2. What is covered 3. except at above. (15) Mathura. (30) Nizamabad. been replaced will become the prop- after 01/10/2010). such components of emis. whichever occurs first. The Mass Emissipn Standards (BS in paragraph 3 hereof. Hyundai vehicle for parts or labour. Subject to other terms of the warran. and run parallel to the New Vehicle Warranty and shall exist for a period • Engine Control Module ered. (16) and further warrants that if on exam. • Fuel injectors the vehicle in normal use despite the • Fuel Pumps use to which it may be subjected. lated above.000 kilometers from the date of delivery Throttle Position Sensor.

v Any repair carried out other • H. etc. 3. • Fuel Filler Tube and Fuel filler v Parts used in applications for engine tuning. 3. clamps. tubing or mounting hard- ware used with the above sys- v Use of improper or insufficient • Idle Speed Control Actuator flooding or fire. 3. tampering or improper repair. oil/fluid changes.8 Exhaust Gas Recirculation specified by HMIL. o Normal maintenance services not supplied by HMIL.5 Evaporative Emission Control This Emission Warranty shall not v Any device and/or accessories Hyundai Genuine Parts. • Purge Control Solenoid Valve o Replacement of parts as a result which they were not designed v Any penalties that may be • Canister Close Valve of normal wear and tear such as or not approved by HMIL. What is not covered v Use of parts other than Dealer/ Service Centre. ties on account of failure to • Oil Filler Cap cate for the period immediately comply with the In-use emis- v The vehicle in which the preceding the test during which sion standards. 3. abuse. Valves. • Distributor and internal parts 3. Booklet. accident. changed or been discon- • Catalytic Converter fuel/lubricants other than those nected.6 PCV System spark plugs.7 Catalytic Converter System the failure is discovered. Switches and Solenoids.4 Ignition System tems. System apply to: • Vapour Storage Canister v Modifications. Cap filters replenishment. alterations. Cable Set fuel.T. • Exhaust Manifold odometer has been tampered o The vehicle which has been run • Exhaust Pipe Assembly on adulterated fuel or lubricant or with. fluids or lubricants. etc. • Intake Manifold tings. • PCV Valve. filters. theft. Hyundai Warranty Policy v Misuse.9 Miscellaneous items used in nance as required in this be found necessary to establish above Systems Owner’s Manual and Service compliance to In-use emission 2-6 . fit. • Ignition Coil • Power Transistor than by Hyundai Authorized 4. o The vehicle reported without valid charged by statutory authori- • PCV Hoses ‘Pollution Under Control’ certifi. (EGR) System (Diesel Engines) o Any consequential repairs or v Negligence of proper mainte- o Damage or failure resulting from: • EGR Control System replacement of parts which may 3. • Fuel Tank including without limitation. • Throttle Body • Vacuum hoses.

including without limitation. Rules. to severe usage conditions. as specified in this Hyundai Extended Warranty the same change on vehicles previ. Owner’s Manual and Service new certificate. Owner’s Manual and Service please call the nearest dealer or ously sold. Booklet. Vehicle Warranty. If the vehicle is subject and Service Booklet. OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES ment of the components covered upon discovery of failure to comply with the In-use emission standard 2 under Emission Warranty. loss of vehicle should be done more discovered. It may be necessary for ed warranty on selected models. our toll free number 1-800-11- o Immediate Delivery of the vehicle 4645 HMIL reserves the right for the final decision in all warranty matters. more repeated short dis. the test having been of use of vehicle or commercial frequently as mentioned in this carried out either for obtaining a loss. mainte- be made free of cost unless such care of vehicle in accordance with Hyundai Warranty Policy nance and care of vehicle in parts are also found to be in war. o Production of “Pollution Under rough. employee is authorized to extend or cle must be serviced by Hyundai enlarge this warranty and no dealer Authorized Dealer or Service or its or his agent or employee is Centre in accordance to the authorized to make any oral warran. inconvenience. to any authorized Hyundai Dealer *Conditions apply 2-7 . Control" (PUC) certificate valid for o Incidental or consequential dam. maintenance and inspite of proper use. or pursuant upon Booklet. Booklet. in change in design or make any the customer to show that the addition to the basic new vehicle improvement on the vehicle at any required maintenance has been warranty. the vehi. will not o Proper use. the instructions contained in this accordance with the instructions rantable condition within the Owner’s Manual and Service contained in this Owner’s Manual scope and limit of the New Booklet. being directed by an officer as This warranty is the entire warranty referred to in sub-rule (2) of Rule given by HMIL for Hyundai vehicles o In order to maintain the validity of 116 of the Central Motor Vehicles and no dealer or its or his agent or this Emission Warranty. during hot weather. tance driving or heavy city traffic the period immediately preceding ages. WARRANTY* o Retention of maintenance service HMIL offers optional paid extend- HMIL reserves the right to make any records. such as operation in extremely dusty.standards. For more details on time without any obligation to make performed. maintenance the test during which the failure is loss of time. Owner’s Manual and Service HYUNDAI EXTENDED ty on HMIL’s behalf. in addition to the replace.

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..5-34 6.................................... Hood ....................9-49 5........... Headlamp ...5-20 The actual shape may differ from the illustration............5-71 4..... OIB014001  ...9-42 7.........9-79 3.... Fog lamp....................   ##!"!#!"#" n Front view 1.......... Windows .....5-25 2...................... Front windshield wiper blades .......... Outside rearview mirror ............... Tires and wheels..........

........... Rear wiper *....................5-27 4................................ Fuel filler door..................................##!"!#!"#"" n Rear view     1................... OIB014002  ................ Tailgate .... Rear parking assist system*....5-79 7... Rearview camera* ..............5-80 5............6-3 2.......5-13 3...... Antenna ............. Doors ....5-18 * : if equipped The actual shape may differ from the illustration.........9-83 6.................9-43 8... High mounted stop lamp .....

................4-2 12....... OIB014003  ............. Hood release lever ............. Fuse box ............................9-61 10. Brake pedal..7-18 13.. Door lock/unlock button ........... Power window lock switch ........ Instrument panel illumination control switch*............5-35 4...... Outside rearview mirror control switch*..5-36 3..........................5-30 11................ Outside rearview mirror folding switch*...... Seat .....5-23 6.5-72 7...................5-20 5............................. Clutch pedal ....   " #!"!#!"#" 1.... Accelerator pedal 15......... Steering wheel .5-38 8...................................7-21 14.5-25 * : if equipped The actual shape may differ from the illustration.... Power window switches ..........................5-15 2........5-27 9...... Fuel filler door opener* ......... Headlight leveling device*.............................

.... Climate control system ......5-37 4................... Passenger's front air bag* ...............5-31 5................... Power outlet ................ Horn .............6-19 14....................... Glove box .5-76 7........................ Wiper/Washer ....7-5..5-65 8............. Audio system*..........8-2 15......5-16 16........ Engine Start/Stop button/ Key ignition switch ........" !#  ##!"#" 1.........4-39 6.............6-4 3.......... Steering wheel audio controls*.......6-2 12.5-83 13.. Hazard switch . Central door lock switch ..5-68     2............................ AUX. Driver's front air bag* ..... 7-9 9........ Instrument cluster ......... USB and iPod® port ...4-39 17....5-108 The actual shape may differ from the illustration.5-113 11... * : if equipped OIB014004  ...................... Manual transaxle ............ Trip mode switch* ........ Light control/Turn signals ........7-17 10.

.........................9-63 9..........9-45 The actual engine room in the vehicle may differ from the illustration..... OIB074056  . Radiator cap ....2 L) 1..........9-33 3..... Engine room junction block .. Engine coolant reservoir. Brake/clutch fluid reservoir ...9-31 2...   # " #!# " n Petrol Engine (1.... Air cleaner ...9-37 8.................9-35 4............................... Windshield washer fluid reservoir .... Battery .................................................................. Engine oil filler cap ....9-29 7...... Engine oil dipstick...9-29 6...9-39 5......

........ Engine oil filler cap .................... Engine oil dipstick.. Engine coolant reservoir...9-63 9......................9-31 2............ OIB074001  .........4 L)     1......... Brake/clutch fluid reservoir ....................................... Battery .... Air cleaner ......9-45 The actual engine room in the vehicle may differ from the illustration... Windshield washer fluid reservoir . Engine room junction block ................9-39 5......9-29 7.9-35 4...9-37 8..9-29 6.... Radiator cap ........9-33 3..........................# " #!# "" n Diesel Engine (1............

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forward/rearward 2. OIB034001  . Seat adjustment. Headrest adjustment* * : if equipped The actual feature in the vehicle may differ from the illustration. Seat adjustment. Seatback angle 3. Seat folding 6."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& $#% Front seats 1. Headrest adjustment Rear seats 5. height* 4.

around the seat. the fatal internal injuries could result occupant’s hips may slide under the because the seat belt can't oper- lap portion of the seat belt applying ate normally. WARNING WARNING WARNING Loose objects Driver responsibility for Do not use a sitting cushion that Loose objects in the driver’s foot passengers reduces friction between the seat and passenger. is reclined during an accident. The passenger's  area could interfere with the oper. Riding in a vehicle with seatback hips may slide under the lap por- "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& ation of the foot pedals. possibly reclined could lead to serious or tion of the seat belt during an acci- causing an accident. The driver its upright position.  . Do not place fatal injury in an accident. If a seat dent or a sudden stop. hold the seat. Serious or fatal inter- When you return the seatback to nal injuries could result. If the seatback is returned without being held and controlled. must advise the passenger to keep back and return it slowly and be the seatback in an upright position sure there are no other occupants whenever the vehicle is in motion. great force to the unprotected WARNING abdomen. Serious or anything under the front seats. the back of the seat could move forward or backward resulting in accidental injury to a person struck by the seatback. The protection of your restraint system (seat belt and air bags) is greatly reduced by reclin- Uprighting seat ing your seat.

an accident. This is the best After adjusting the seat. • When resetting the seatback to the upright position. you to lose control of the vehicle (Continued) resulting in an accident. they must be secured. seatback upright and the lap por. cargo area. an accident causing death. heavy. warnings could result in serious Sudden or unexpected movement injury or death in the event of a of the driver's seat could cause sudden stop. collision or rollover. seri- ous injury.  . All passengers must be while the vehicle is moving. If not. Emission control a seatback could result in serious gers and objects could be thrown devices beneath this floor gener- or fatal injury in a sudden stop or forward resulting in serious injury ate high temperatures. and control of the vehicle. or property damage. collision. always sit as far back as seatbacks while the vehicle is • Never attempt to adjust seat possible from the steering wheel moving. place by attempting to move the Under no circumstances should (Continued) cargo be piled higher than the seat forward or backward without seatbacks. Failure to follow these using the lock release lever. • The rear seatback must be do not remove the carpet in the interfering with proper locking of securely latched. always objects are large. seatback."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& WARNING (Continued) (Continued) • In order to avoid unnecessary • No passenger should ride in the Driver’s seat and perhaps severe air bag cargo area or sit or lie on folded injuries. or must position to protect you in case of check that it is securely locked into be piled. WARNING tion of the seat belt snug and low • Luggage and other cargo should be laid flat in the cargo area. passen. restrained properly while riding. make sure it is • Do not allow anything to interfere WARNING securely latched by pushing it for- with the normal position of the ward and backwards. If across the hips. or death in the event of a sudden • Always drive and ride with your stop or collision. Storing items against a Rear seatbacks seatback or in any other way • To avoid the possibility of burns. This while maintaining comfortable properly seated in seats and could result in loss of control.

OIB034002 Forward and rearward To move the seat forward or rear- ward: 1. be careful while adjusting the front seat position. ing seat belts. If the hands or other objects are not seat moves. gas may gush out of the lighter and cause fire. Release the lever and make sure the seat is locked in place. Front seats 2. caught in the seat mechanisms while the seat is moving. • Do not put a cigarette lighter on OIB034029 the floor or seat. it is not locked properly. 3. • If there are occupants in the rear seats. make sure the seat is locked secure- "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& ly by trying to move forward and rear- • Use extreme caution so that ward without using the lever. Slide the seat to the position you WARNING desire. Pull the seat slide adjustment lever up and hold it.  . Moving the seat Adjust the seat before driving. When you oper. and  cushion forward may cause strong pressure on the abdomen. n Type A • Do not adjust the seat while wear. n Type B ate the seat.

(The lever MUST return to its orig- inal position for the seatback to lock. OIB034003 • To raise the seat cushion.  . Seatback angle To recline the seatback: 1. Lean forward slightly and lift up on the seatback recline lever. move the lever upwards or downwards. • To lower the seat cushion. if equipped) To change the height of the seat cushion. push the lever down several times.) OIB034028 n Type B OIB034004 Seat cushion height (for driver’s seat. pull the lever up several times. Carefully lean back on the seat and adjust the seatback of the seat to the position you desire. Release the lever and make sure the seatback is locked in place. 2."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& n Type A 3.

Adjust the headrests so the middle of the headrests is at the same height as the height of the top of the eyes. The headrest not only provides com- fort for the driver and front passen- ger. Do not use a seat cushion rests for all passengers BEFORE that holds the body away from starting the vehicle. ble. take the following precautions when the vehicle is in motion. • NEVER let anyone ride in a seat • Make sure the headrest locks with the headrests removed. pull on the headrests. but also helps to protect the head and neck in the event of a colli. OLF034072N sion. (Continued)  . NEVER hit or for the occupant's safety and com. ODH033105L • The driver's and front passenger's NOTICE seats are equipped with a headrest To prevent damage.Headrest (Continued) WARNING • NEVER adjust the headrest To reduce the risk of serious injury position of the driver’s seat when or death in an accident. the seatback.  • Adjust the headrest as close to adjusting your headrests: "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& the passenger’s head as possi- • Always properly adjust the head. fort. into position after adjusting it.

push and hold the release recline lever (1). To lower the 1. (3) while pulling the headrest up (4).  . and lower the headrest to the desired the sunvisor or other parts of the 3. Press the headrest release button position (3). seat cushion raised. Raise headrest as far as it can go. Recline the seatback (2) with the the front with the head restraint and headrest. pull it up to the To remove the headrest: If you recline the seatback towards desired position (1). the head button (2) on the headrest support restraint may come in contact with 2. WARNING NEVER allow anyone to ride in a seat with the headrest removed. vehicle."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& OLF034015 OIB034005 OIB034006 NOTICE Adjusting the height up and down Removal/Reinstall To raise the headrest.

Put the headrest poles (2) into the OIB034038 holes while pressing the release button (1). Always make sure the headrest locks into position after reinstalling and adjusting it properly. but also helps to from the pocket and injure vehicle protect the head and neck in the WARNING occupants.  . event of a collision. In an The headrest not only provides com- priate height. WARNING The rear seats are equipped with 2. Do not put heavy or sharp objects fort. Recline the seatback (4) with the headrests in all the seating positions Seatback pockets for the occupant's safety and com- recline lever (3). 3. accident they could come loose fort for passengers. Seatback pocket (if equipped) Rear seats Headrest  "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& OIB034007 To reinstall the headrest : OIB034008 1. Adjust the headrest to the appro- in the seatback pockets.

(Continued) . Do not use a seat cushion rests for all passengers BEFORE that holds the body away from starting the vehicle. pull it up (1). ble. OIB034009 • Adjusting the height up and down NOTICE (if equipped) To raise the headrest. take the the vehicle is in motion. following precautions when • Adjust the headrest as close to adjusting your headrests: the passenger’s head as possi- • Always properly adjust the head. into position after adjusting it. To prevent damage. • NEVER let anyone ride in a seat • Make sure the headrest locks with the headrests removed. OLF034072N Adjust the headrests so the middle of the headrests is at the same height as the height of the top of the eyes. the seatback. NEVER hit or To lower the headrest. the release button (2) on the head- rest support and lower the headrest (3). push and hold pull on the headrests."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& WARNING (Continued) • NEVER adjust the headrest To reduce the risk of serious injury position of the driver’s seat when or death in an accident.

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cargo to slide forward and cause injury or damage during sudden stops. belt from interfering with the seat- • Objects carried on the folded back when folding. put the headrest poles (3) into the holes down seatback should not while pressing the release button (1). Set the front seatback to the upright position and if necessary. 1. raise it as far able for use.  "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& WARNING • Never allow passengers to sit on top of the folded down seatback while the vehicle is moving as OIB034010 OIB034011 this is not a proper seating posi- Removal (if equipped) tion and no seat belts are avail. extend higher than the top of the Then adjust it to the appropriate front seats. 2. Folding the rear seat The rear seatbacks (or cushions) may be folded to facilitate carrying long items or to increase the luggage capacity of the vehicle. This could result in plate into the holder on the side as it can go then press the release serious injury or death in case of trim.  . slide the front seat forward. an accident or sudden stop. WARNING Make sure the headrest locks in position after adjusting it to prop. To reinstall the headrest. Insert the rear lap/shoulder belt To remove the headrest. It will prevent the lap/shoulder button (1) while pulling upward (2). This could allow height. Type A erly protect the occupants.

adjustable headrests). When returning the rear seatbacks to the upright position. OIB034013 3. 3.  . plate into the holder on the side trim. Insert the rear lap/shoulder belt slide the front seat forward. Set the front seatback to the upright position and if necessary. lift and push up the seatback backward. It will prevent the lap/shoulder 2. Pull up both sides of the seatback lever and fold the seatback toward the front of the vehicle. OIB034012 Type B OIB034011 1."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& To use the rear seat. Make sure the seatback is locked in place. Push the seatback firmly until it clicks into place. remember to return the rear shoulder belts to their proper position. Lower the rear headrests to the belt from interfering with the seat- lowest position (if equipped with back when folding.

firmly pull the the top of the seatback. den stop. lift and push up the seatback backward. which could result in serious injury or death.  . Make sure the seatback is When you return the rear seat- locked in place. To use the rear seat. back to its upright position after being folded down:  When returning the rear seatbacks to Be careful not to damage the seat "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& the upright position. belt out and release it. remember to return the rear shoulder belts to their belt webbing or buckle. allow the seat belt webbing or buckle to get caught or pinched in OIB034012 the rear seat. Pull up both sides of the seatback lever and fold the seatback toward the front of the vehicle. Then you will Otherwise. in an accident or sud- be able to pull the belt out smoothly. OIB034014 4. Do not proper position. Push the WARNING seatback firmly until it clicks into place. Ensure that the i Information seatback is completely locked into If you are not able to pull out the seat its upright position by pushing on belt from the retractor. the seat could fold down and allow cargo to enter the pas- senger compartment.

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NOTICE
WARNING
• When returning the rear seatbacks
to the upright position, remember Cargo loading
to return the rear shoulder belts to Make sure the engine is off, the
their proper position. automatic transaxle is in P (Park)
• Routing the seat belt webbing or the manual transaxle is in R
through the rear seat belt guides (Reverse) or 1st, and the parking
will help keep the seat belts from brake is securely applied whenev-
being trapped behind or under the er loading or unloading cargo.
seats. Failure to take these steps may
allow the vehicle to move if the
shift lever is inadvertently moved
WARNING to another position.

Cargo
Cargo should always be secured
to prevent it from being thrown
about the vehicle in a collision and
causing injury to the vehicle occu-
pants. Do not place objects in the
rear seats, since they cannot be
properly secured and may hit the
front seat occupants in a collision.



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WARNING (Continued) WARNING
• Never wear the shoulder belt
• For maximum restraint system under your arm or behind your Seat belts are designed to bear
protection, the seat belts must back. An improperly positioned upon the bony structure of the
body, and should be worn low

always be used whenever the shoulder belt can cause serious
car is moving. injuries in a crash. The shoulder across the front of the pelvis or the

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• Seat belts are most effective belt should be positioned mid- pelvis, chest and shoulders, as
when seatbacks are in the way over your shoulder across applicable; wearing the lap section
upright position. your collarbone. of the belt across the abdominal
• Never wear a seat belt over area must be avoided.
• Children age 12 and under must
always be properly restrained in fragile objects. If there is a sud- Seat belts should be adjusted as
the rear seat. Never allow chil- den stop or impact, the seat belt firmly as possible, consistent with
dren to ride in the front passen- can damage it. comfort, to provide the protection for
ger seat. If a child over 12 must • Avoid wearing twisted seat which they have been designed.
be seated in the front seat, belts. A twisted belt can't do its A slack belt will greatly reduce the
he/she must be properly belted job as well. In a collision, it could protection afforded to the wearer.
and the seat should be moved even cut into you. Be sure the Care should be taken to avoid con-
as far back as possible. belt webbing is straight and not tamination of the webbing with pol-
(Continued) twisted. ishes, oils and chemicals, and par-
• Be careful not to damage the ticularly battery acid. Cleaning may
belt webbing or hardware. If the safely be carried out using mild
belt webbing or hardware is soap and water. The belt should be
damaged, replace it. replaced if webbing becomes
frayed, contaminated or damaged.
(Continued)



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(Continued) WARNING (Continued)
It is essential to replace the entire • When fastening the seat belt,
assembly after it has been worn in • No modifications or additions make sure that the seat belt does
a severe impact even if damage to should be made by the user not pass over objects that are
the assembly is not obvious. Belts which will either prevent the seat hard or can break easily.
should not be worn with straps belt adjusting devices from oper- • Make sure there is nothing in the
twisted. Each belt assembly must ating to remove slack, or prevent buckle. The seat belt may not be
only be used by one occupant; it is the seat belt assembly from being fastened securely.
dangerous to put a belt around a adjusted to remove slack.
child being carried on the occu- • When you fasten the seat belt, be
pant's lap. careful not to latch the seat belt in
buckles of other seat. It's very dan-
gerous and you may not be pro-
tected 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 dam-
age.
(Continued) 

Seat belt warning (if equipped) Lap/shoulder belt i Information
If you are not able to pull out the safe-
ty belt from the retractor, firmly pull
the belt out and release it. After 
release, you will be able to pull the belt
out smoothly.

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1GQA2083 ODH033055

As a reminder to the driver, the seat To fasten your seat belt:
belt warning light will blink for approx- To fasten your seat belt, pull it out of
imately 6 seconds each time you turn the retractor and insert the metal tab
the ignition switch ON regardless of (1) into the buckle (2). There will be
belt fastening. an audible "click" when the tab locks
If the driver’s seat belt is unfastened into the buckle.
after the ignition switch is ON, the The seat belt automatically adjusts to
seat belt warning light blinks again for the proper length only after the lap
approximately 6 seconds. belt portion is adjusted manually so
If the driver's seat belt is not fastened that it fits snugly around your hips. If
when the ignition switch is turned ON you lean forward in a slow, easy
or if it is unfastened after the ignition motion, the belt will extend and let
switch is ON, the seat belt warning you move around. If there is a sud-
chime will sound for approximately 6 den stop or impact, however, the belt
seconds. At this time, if the seat belt will lock into position. It will also lock
is fastened, the chime will stop at if you try to lean forward too quickly.
once. (if equipped)


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n Front seat 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).
Release the button to lock the
anchor into position. Try sliding the
height adjuster to make sure that it
has locked into position.
OIB034015 OLMB033025
Height adjustment
(if equipped) WARNING
You can adjust the height of the shoul- You should place the lap belt por-
der belt anchor to one of 3 positions tion as low as possible and snugly
for maximum comfort and safety. across your hips, not on your waist.
The height of the adjusting seat belt If the lap belt is located too high on
should not be too close to your neck. your waist, it may increase the
You will not be getting the most effec- chance of injury in the event of a
tive protection. The shoulder portion collision. Both arms should not be
should be adjusted so that it lies under or over the belt. Rather, one
across your chest and midway over should be over and the other
your shoulder near the door and not under, as shown in the illustration.
your neck. Never wear the seat belt under the
arm nearest the door.



Lap belt (if equipped)

Too high


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Shorten Correct

OLMB033088 OLMB033090
To release the seat belt: OLMB033089 With a 2-point static type seat belt, the
The seat belt is released by pressing length must be adjusted manually so
To fasten your seat belt: it fits snugly around your body. Fasten
the release button (1) in the locking
buckle. When it is released, the belt To fasten a 2-point static type belt, the belt and pull on the loose end to
should automatically draw back into insert the metal tab into the locking tighten. The belt should be placed as
the retractor. buckle. There will be an audible low as possible on your hips, not on
"click" when the tab locks into the your waist. If the belt is too high, it
If this does not happen, check the buckle. Check to make sure the belt could increase the possibility of your
belt to be sure it is not twisted, then is properly locked and that the belt is being injured in an accident.
try again. not twisted.



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WARNING
The center lap belt latching mech-
anism is different from those for
the rear seat shoulder belts. When
fastening the rear seat shoulder
belts or the center lap belt, make
sure they are inserted into the cor-
rect buckles to obtain maximum
protection from the seat belt sys-
tem and assure proper operation.
OIB034016 OLMB03309
When using the rear center seat belt, To release the seat belt:
the buckle with the “CENTER” mark When you want to release the seat
must be used. belt, press the button (1) in the lock-
ing buckle.



ponents. In certain frontal collisions. The seat belt pre-tensioner system OIB034039 vate and pull the seat belt into tighter consists mainly of the following com- contact against the occupant's body.Pre-tensioner seat belt (if equipped) WARNING For your safety. or if the occupant tries to lean forward too quickly. (3) SRS control module pant's body in certain frontal colli- sions. the seat belt retractor will 8KMB3311/H lock into position. Their locations are shown in Your vehicle is equipped with driver's the illustration: and front passenger's pre-tensioner (1) SRS air bag warning light seat belts. The purpose of the pre- tensioner is to make sure that the (2) Retractor pre-tensioner assembly seat belts fit tightly against the occu. The pre-tensioner seat belts may be activated in crashes where the frontal collision is severe enough. "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& When the vehicle stops suddenly. the pre-tensioner will acti. be sure that the belt webbing is not loose or twist- ed and always sit properly on your  seat.  .

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WARNING i Information NOTICE
• When the pre-tensioner seat belts If the pre-tensioner seat belt is not
To obtain maximum benefit from a are activated, a loud noise may be working properly, this warning light
pre-tensioner seat belt: heard and fine dust, which may will illuminate even if there is no mal-
1. The seat belt must be worn cor- appear to be smoke, may be visible function of the SRS air bag.
rectly and adjusted to the proper in the passenger compartment. If the SRS air bag warning light does
position. Please read and follow These are normal operating condi- not illuminate when the ignition
all of the important information tions and are not hazardous. switch is turned to ON, or if it
and precautions about your • Although it is harmless, the fine remains illuminated after illuminating
vehicle’s occupant safety fea- dust may cause skin irritation and for approximately 6 seconds, or if it
tures – including seat belts and should not be breathed for pro- illuminates while the vehicle is being
air bags – that are provided in longed periods. Wash all exposed driven, we recommend that the sys-
this manual. skin areas thoroughly after an acci- tem be inspected by an authorized
2. Be sure you and your passen- dent in which the pre-tensioner seat HYUNDAI dealer.
gers always wear seat belts belts were activated.
properly. • Because the sensor that activates the
SRS air bag is connected with the
pre-tensioner seat belt, the SRS air
bag warning light on the instru-
ment panel will illuminate for
approximately 6 seconds after the
ignition switch has been turned to
the ON position, and then it should
turn off. 

(Continued) Seat belt precautions
WARNING
• Improper handling of the pre- WARNING
• Pre-tensioners are designed to tensioner seat belt assemblies,
operate only one time. After acti- and failure to heed the warnings
All occupants of the vehicle must 
vation, pre-tensioner seat belts not to strike, modify, inspect,
must be replaced. All seat belts, wear their seat belts at all times.
replace, service or repair the

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of any type, should always be Seat belts and child restraints
pre-tensioner seat belt assem-
replaced after they have been reduce the risk of serious or fatal
blies may lead to improper oper-
worn during a collision. injuries for all occupants in the
ation or inadvertent activation
event of a collision or sudden
• The pre-tensioner seat belt and serious injury.
stop. Without a seat belt, occu-
assembly mechanisms become • Always wear the seat belts pants could be shifted too close to
hot during activation. Do not touch when driving or riding in a motor a deploying air bag, strike the inte-
the pre-tensioner seat belt vehicle. rior structure or be thrown from the
assemblies for several minutes • If the vehicle or pre-tensioner vehicle. Properly worn seat belts
after they have been activated. seat belt must be discarded, we greatly reduce these hazards.
• Do not attempt to inspect or recommend that you contact an Always follow the precautions
replace the pre-tensioner seat authorized HYUNDAI dealer. about seat belts, air bags and
belts yourself. We recommend • Body work on the front area of occupant seating contained in this
that the system be inspected by the vehicle may damage the pre- manual.
an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. tensioner seat belt system.
• Do not strike the pre-tensioner Therefore, we recommend that
seat belt assemblies. the system be serviced by an
(Continued) authorized HYUNDAI dealer.



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Infant or small child i Information Larger children
You should be aware of the specific Children who are too large for child
Small children are best protected
requirements in your country. Child restraint systems should always
from injury in an accident when prop-
and/or infant seats must be properly occupy the rear seat and use the
erly restrained in the rear seat by a
placed and installed in the rear seat. available lap/shoulder belts. The lap
child restraint system that meets the
For more information about the use portion should be fastened and
requirements of the Safety Standards
of these restraints, refer to “Child snugged on the hips and as low as
of your country. Before buying any
restraint system” in this section. possible. Check if the belt fits period-
child restraint system, make sure that
ically. A child's squirming could put
it has a label certifying that it meets
the belt out of position. Children are
WARNING Safety Standards of your country. The
given the most safety in the event of
restraint must be appropriate for your
an accident when they are restrained
Every person in your vehicle child's height and weight. Check the
by a proper restraint system in the
needs to be properly restrained at label on the child restraint for this
rear seat. If a larger child (over age
all times, including infants and information. Refer to “Child restraint
12) must be seated in the front seat,
children. Never hold a child in your system” in this section.
the child should be securely
arms or lap when riding in a vehi- restrained by the available lap/shoul-
cle. The violent forces created der belt and the seat should be
during a crash will tear the child placed in the rearmost position.
from your arms and throw the child Children age 12 and under should be
against the interior. Always use a restrained securely in the rear seat.
child restraint appropriate for your NEVER place a child age 12 and
child's height and weight. under in the front seat. NEVER place
a rear facing child seat in the front
seat of a vehicle.



If the shoulder belt portion slightly Pregnant women Injured person
touches the child’s neck or face, try The use of a seat belt is recom- A seat belt should be used when an
placing the child closer to the center of mended for pregnant women to injured person is being transported.
the vehicle. If the shoulder belt still lessen the chance of injury in an When this is necessary, you should
touches their face or neck they need to accident. When a seat belt is used, consult a physician for recommenda- 
be returned to a child restraint system. the lap belt portion should be placed tions.

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as low and snugly as possible on the
WARNING hips, not across the abdomen. For
specific recommendations, consult a One person per belt
Shoulder belts on small children physician. Two people (including children)
should never attempt to use a single
• Never allow a shoulder belt to seat belt. This could increase the
be in contact with a child’s neck WARNING severity of injuries in case of an acci-
or face while the vehicle is in dent.
motion. Pregnant women
• If seat belts are not properly Pregnant women must never Do not lie down
worn and adjusted on children, place the lap portion of the safety
there is a risk of death or serious To reduce the chance of injuries in
belt over the area of the abdomen the event of an accident and to
injury. where the fetus is located or achieve maximum effectiveness of
above the abdomen where the the restraint system, all passengers
belt could crush the fetus during should be sitting up and the front and
an impact. rear seats should be in an upright
position when the car is moving. A
seat belt cannot provide proper pro-
tection if the person is lying down in
the rear seat or if the front and rear
seats are in a reclined position.



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Care of seat belts Periodic inspection
WARNING
Seat belt systems should never be All seat belts should be inspected
Riding with a reclined seatback disassembled or modified. In addi- periodically for wear or damage of
increases your risk of serious or tion, care should be taken to assure any kind. Any damaged parts should
fatal injuries in the event of a colli- that seat belts and belt hardware are be replaced as soon as possible.
sion or sudden stop. The protec- not damaged by seat hinges, doors
tion of your restraint system (seat or other abuse. Keep belts clean and dry
belts and air bags) is greatly
Seat belts should be kept clean and
reduced by reclining your seat. WARNING dry. If belts become dirty, they should
Seat belts must be snug against
be cleaned by using a mild soap
your hips and chest to work prop- When you return the rear seat- solution and warm water. Bleach,
erly. The more the seatback is back to its upright position after dye, strong detergents or abrasives
reclined, the greater the chance the rear seatback has been folded should not be used because they
that an occupant's hips will slide down, be careful not to damage may damage and weaken the fabric.
under the lap belt causing serious the seat belt webbing or buckle.
internal injuries or the occupant's Be sure that the webbing or buck-
neck could strike the shoulder belt. le does not get caught or pinched When to replace seat belts
Drivers and passengers should in the rear seat. A seat belt with The entire in-use seat belt assembly
always sit well back in their seats, damaged webbing or buckle could or assemblies should be replaced if
properly belted, and with the seat- possibly fail during a collision or the vehicle has been involved in an
backs upright. sudden stop, resulting in serious accident. This should be done even if
injury. If the webbing or buckles no damage is visible. If you have
are damaged, get them replaced additional questions regarding seat
immediately. belt operation, we recommend that
you consult an authorized HYUNDAI
dealer. 

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Children riding in the car should sit in Before buying a particular child
(Continued)
the rear seat and must always be restraint system, make sure it fits
properly restrained to minimize the your car seat and seat belts, and fits • When the child restraint system
risk of injury in an accident, sudden your child. Follow all the instructions is not in use, store it in the lug-
stop or sudden maneuver. According provided by the manufacturer when gage area or fasten it with a seat 
to accident statistics, children are installing the child restraint system. belt so that it will not be thrown
safer when properly restrained in the forward in the case of a sudden

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rear seats than in the front seat. WARNING stop or an accident.
Larger children not in a child restraint • Children may be seriously
should use one of the seat belts pro- • A child restraint system must be injured or killed by an inflating
vided. placed in the rear seat. Never air bag. All children, even those
You should be aware of the specific install a child or infant seat on too large for child restraints,
requirements in your country. Child the front passenger's seat. must ride in the rear seat.
and/or infant safety seats must be Should an accident occur and
properly placed and installed in the cause the passenger-side air
rear seat. You must use a commer- bag to deploy, it could severely
cially available child restraint system injure or kill an infant or child
that meets the requirements of the seated in an infant or child seat.
Safety Standards of your country. Thus only use a child restraint in
Child restraint systems are designed the rear seat of your vehicle.
to be secured in vehicle seats by the • A seat belt or child restraint sys-
lap belt portion of a lap/shoulder belt. tem can become very hot if it is
Children could be injured or killed in left in a closed vehicle on a
a crash if their restraints are not sunny day, even if the outside
properly secured. For small children temperature does not feel hot.
and babies, a child seat or infant seat Be sure to check the seat cover
must be used. and buckles before placing a
child there.
(Continued)



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WARNING (Continued) (Continued)
• Never put a seat belt over yourself • Never allow a child to stand-up or
To reduce the chance of serious or and a child. During a crash, the kneel on the seat or floorboard of
fatal injuries: belt could press deep into the a moving vehicle. During a colli-
• Children of all ages are safer child causing serious internal sion or sudden stop, the child can
when restrained in the rear seat. injuries. be violently thrown against the
A child riding in the front passen- • Never leave children unattended vehicles interior, resulting in seri-
ger seat can be forcefully struck in a vehicle – not even for a short ous injury.
by an inflating air bag resulting in time. The car can heat up very • Never use an infant carrier or a
serious or fatal injuries. quickly, resulting in serious child safety seat that "hooks"
• Always follow the instructions for injuries to children inside. Even over a seatback, it may not pro-
installation and use of the child very young children may inadver- vide adequate security in an acci-
restraint maker. tently cause the vehicle to move, dent.
• Always make sure the child seat entangle themselves in the win- • Seat belts can become very hot,
dows, or lock themselves or oth- especially when the car is parked
is secured properly in the car and
your child is securely restrained ers inside the vehicle. in direct sunlight. Always check
in the child seat. • Never allow two children, or any seat belt buckles before fasten-
• Never hold a child in your arms or two persons, to use the same seat ing them over a child.
lap when riding in a vehicle. The belt. • After an accident, we recom-
violent forces created during a • Children often squirm and reposi- mend that the system be
crash will tear the child from your tion themselves improperly. checked by an authorized
arms and throw the child against Never let a child ride with the HYUNDAI dealer.
the car’s interior. shoulder belt under their arm or • If there is not enough space to
(Continued) behind their back. Always proper- place the child restraint system
ly position and secure children in because of the driver's seat,
rear seat. install the child restraint system
(Continued) in the rear right seat. 

Using a child restraint system For safety reasons, we recommend
that the child restraint system is used WARNING
n Rearward-facing child restraint system
in the rear seats.
Child seat installation
WARNING • A child can be seriously injured 
or killed in a collision if the child

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Never place a rear-facing child restraint is not properly
restraint in the front passenger anchored to the car and the
seat, because of the danger that child is not properly restrained in
an inflating passenger-side air bag the child restraint. Before
could impact the rear-facing child installing the child restraint sys-
CRS09 restraint and kill the child. tem, read the instructions sup-
n Forward-facing child restraint system plied by the child restraint sys-
tem manufacturer.
• If the seat belt does not operate
as described in this section, we
recommend that the system be
checked by an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer.
• Failure to observe this manual's
instructions regarding child
restraint system and the instruc-
OIB034017
tions provided with the child
For small children and babies, the restraint system could increase
use of a child seat or infant seat is the risk and/or severity of injury
required. This child seat or infant in an accident.
seat should be of appropriate size for
the child and should be installed in
accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.



restraint. system is securely installed. following the restraint When you unbuckle the seat belt and manufacturer’s instructions. . mal seated passenger emergency locking usage condition. After tinct “click” sound. the retractor will sure the seat belt webbing is not automatically revert back to its nor- twisted. try to move it in all direc- the outboard or center rear seats."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& Installing a child restraint system by lap/shoulder belt E2BLD310 MMSA3030 2. seat belt to take up any slack. Listen for the dis. Be allow it to retract. tions to be sure the child restraint the following: gency. Fasten the lap/shoulder belt latch 3. 1. do is easy to access in case of an emer. If you need to tighten the belt. Place the child restraint system in the seat and route the lap/shoul. installation of the child restraint To install a child restraint system on Position the release button so that it system. Buckle the seat belt and allow the E2MS103005 into the buckle. pull der belt around or through the more webbing toward the retractor.

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- For bench type rear seat (without 60:40 split rear seat) Seating position Age group Co Driver Rear Left Rear Right Rear center 0 : Up to 10 kg U U U - 0+ : Up to 13 kg U U U - I : 9 kg to 18 kg U U U - II : 15 kg to 25 kg U U U - III : 22 kg to 36 kg U U U - U : Suitable for "universal" category restraints approved for use in this mass group Remarks:. - 0+ : Up to 13 kg U U . - III : 22 kg to 36 kg U U . - I : 9 kg to 18 kg U U .Child seat restraint suitability for seat position using the seat belt Use child safety seats that have been officially approved and are appropriate for your children. Seat belt shoulder anchorage to lowest position.  . - II : 15 kg to 25 kg U U . refer to the following table. When using the child safety seats.Front LH Seat upright. Rearmost position. For 60:40 split rear seat  Seating position Age group "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& Co Driver Rear Left Rear Right Rear center 0 : Up to 10 kg U U .

Curtain air bag* * : if equipped The actual air bags in the vehicle may differ from the illustration. Side impact air bag* 4. Driver’s front air bag* 2. Passenger’s front air bag* 3."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& # "#!$$%#!"$%"# %%$" 1. OIB034032  .

angles of impact and the of air bag design. we of extremely short time in which a Generally. It is much more likely that you will "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& and severity of injury in the event • Air bags inflate instantly in the simply see the deflated air bags of a collision or rollover. speed also causes the air bags to expand with a great deal of force. • Even in vehicles with air bags. the air bags will inflate. air bags are designed to recommend that you contact an collision occurs and the need to inflate based upon the severity of a authorized HYUNDAI dealer. The speed of from a vehicle. number of factors including vehicle lision and is thus a necessary part speed. structures. the air bags removing SRS and pretensioners • There is no single speed at which must inflate rapidly. explosive chemicals. hanging out of their storage com- • SRS and pretensioners contain lision in order to help protect the partments after the collision. event of serious frontal or side col. it may cause fire. bruises and bro- ing. air bag inflation can also cles or objects which your vehicle cause injuries which can include hits in the collision. ative due to exposure to water or reduces the risk of serious or life- liquids.  vided in order to minimize the risk or START position. occupants from serious physical • In order to help provide protection If scraping a vehicle without injury. air bag inflation is a consequence Before scraping a vehicle. This speed of inflation deployment/ inflation signal. it may cause fire or severe • Air bag deployment depends on a threatening injuries in a severe col- injury. factors are not limited to those ken bones because the inflation mentioned above. How does the air bag system • The front air bags will completely WARNING operate inflate and deflate in an instant. density and stiffness of the vehi- However. The determin- facial abrasions.  . • Air bags are activated (able to It is virtually impossible for you to see the air bags inflate during an you and your passengers must always wear the safety belts pro- inflate if necessary) only when the ignition switch is placed to the ON accident. If before the occupant impacts those sensors produce an electronic the SRS components are inoper. These • Keep the SRS parts and wirings pant and the vehicle structures two factors determine whether the away from water or any liquid. get the air bag between the occu- collision and its direction. in a severe collision.

should sit as far back from the and/or windows as soon as possible steering wheel air bag as possi. the air and powder in the air inside of the bag related parts in the steering positioned excessively close to the vehicle. doors are very hot. and/or in both sides of the roof After the air bag inflates. • Air bag inflation may cause injuries including facial or bodily abrasions. WARNING When the air bags inflate. nose and throat. the driver smoke and powder. wash and rinse with may be injured by the air bag cold water immediately and consult expansion force if they are not in with the doctor if the symptom per- a proper position. The front passenger should comfort and prevent prolonged expo- always move their seat as far sure to the smoke and powder. To prevent ing due to the contact of your chest injury. sists. This is normal and is a result steering wheel. If event of a collision. Open your doors has inflated. injuries from broken glasses or burns. after impact in order to reduce dis- ble. you may rails above the front and rear WARNING feel substantial discomfort in breath. etc. passengers this is the case. they make ing wheel air bag can cause fatal a loud noise and they leave smoke injuries.). it may cause irritation to the • Air bag inflates instantly in an skin (eyes.  ."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& • There are even circumstances Noise and smoke under which contact with the steer. as well as from breathing the nents immediately after an air bag bags in a collision. especially if the occupant is When the air bags deploy. wheel and/or instrument panel of the ignition of the air bag inflator. do not touch the air bag • To avoid severe personal injury with both the seat belt and the air storage areas internal compo- or death caused by deploying air bag. back as possible and sit back in Though smoke and powder are non- their seat. toxic.

If the front passen.Supplemental Restraint restraint system in position. WARNING (if equipped) (if equipped) Air bag warning light • NEVER use a rearward facing child restraint on a seat protect. restraint in the front passenger’s be sure to install the child The purpose of the air bag warning seat.  ed by an ACTIVE AIR BAG in front of it. it would cause serious or fatal injuries.Do not install a child restraint on Air bag warning and indicator the front passenger’s seat. In addition. alert you of a potential problem with causing serious or fatal injury. If the front passenger air bag inflates. serious or fatal injuries to the child. do not place front-facing child restraints in the front passen. System (SRS). • Never put a child restraint in the front passenger’s seat. If the air bag deploys. from the door side as possible. it would cause an infant or child.  . • When children are seated in the OYDESA2042 rear outboard seats of vehicle W7-147 Never place a rear-facing child equipped with curtain air bags. and securely lock the child your air bag . cause serious injury or death to ger air bag inflates. it would restraint system as far away light in your instrument panel is to impact the rear-facing child restraint. DEATH or SERIOUS "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& INJURY to the CHILD can occur. Inflation of curtain air bags could ger’s seat either.

cle is in motion. all SRS components while the igni- nate for approximately 6 seconds. crash impact is severe enough to Have the system checked if: require air bag deployment or pre- tensioner seat belt deployment. • The light does not turn on briefly when you turn the ignition ON. OIB034043/Q switch is in ON position. • The light stays on after illuminating The SRS air bag warning light on the for approximately 6 seconds. instrument panel will illuminate for about 6 seconds after the ignition • The light comes on while the vehi."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& When the ignition switch is turned SRS components and functions The SRSCM continuously monitors ON. switch is turned to the ON position. The SRS consists of the following components: (1) Driver's front air bag module* (2) Passenger's front air bag module* (3) Pre-tensioner seatbelt system* (4) Air bag warning light* (5) SRS control module (SRSCM)* (6) Front impact sensors* (7) Side impact air bag modules* (8) Curtain air bag modules * (9) Side impact sensors * * : if equipped  . the warning light should illumi. tion switch is ON to determine if a then go off. after which the air bag warning light • The light blinks when the ignition should go out.

n Driver’s front air bag (1) n Driver’s front air bag (2) WARNING If any of the following conditions occurs. When the expansion of the air bags. Further SRSCM detects a sufficiently severe opening of the covers then allows full impact to the front of the vehicle. will automatically deploy the front air bags. both in the center of the steering ed directly into the pad covers will • The light blinks when the ignition wheel and in the front passenger's separate under pressure from the switch is in ON position. B240B01L B240B02L • The light comes on while the The air bag modules are located Upon deployment. tear seams mold- vehicle is in motion. • The light stays on after illuminat- ing for approximately 6 seconds. it inflation of the air bags. We recommend  that the system be inspected by "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. • The light does not turn on briefly when you turn the ignition ON. this indicates a malfunc- tion of the SRS. panel above the glove box.  .

senger's air bag. It may become a dangerous pro- jectile and cause injury if the pas- senger's air bag inflates. Such objects ward visibility and the ability to steer may become dangerous projec- or operate other controls. do not place it near the instrument cluster nor on the instrument panel surface. sticker. tiles and cause injury if the pas- senger's air bag inflates. in combina- tion with a properly worn seat belt."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& n Driver’s front air bag (3) n Passenger’s front air bag (Continued) • When installing a container of liquid air freshener inside the vehicle. the air bag passenger's panel above the immediately starts deflating.) on the front After complete inflation. B240B03L B240B05L A fully inflated air bag. WARNING slows the driver's or the passenger's forward motion. cassette holder. sories (drink holder. etc. reducing the risk of • Do not install or place any acces- head and chest injury. glove box in a vehicle with a pas- enabling the driver to maintain for. (Continued)  .

The dust generated key. (Continued) Driver's and passenger's front air WARNING bag (if equipped) • The SRS can function only • If an air bag deploys. with cold water and a mild soap after an accident in which the air bags were deployed.  . (Continued) OIB034020 Your vehicle is equipped with a Supplemental Restraint (Air Bag) System and lap/shoulder belts at both the driver and passenger seat- ing positions. Never remove or replace during air bag deployment may the air bag related fuse(s) when cause skin or eye irritation as the ignition switch is in the ON well as aggravate asthma for position. there may when the ignition switch is in the n Driver’s front air bag be a loud noise followed by a ON position. • Before you replace a fuse or dis- These conditions are normal "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& connect a battery terminal. Always wash all warning will cause the SRS air OIB034019 exposed skin areas thoroughly n Passenger’s front air bag bag warning light to illuminate.the air the ignition switch to the LOCK bags are packed in this fine position and remove the ignition powder. turn and are not hazardous .  fine dust released in the vehicle. Failure to heed this some persons.

Always use seat belts and child can injure occupants improperly ger's side front panel pad above the restraints – every trip. Seat belts help keep while still maintaining control of The SRS consists of air bags occupants in proper position to the vehicle."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& The indications of the system's pres- WARNING (Continued) ence are the letters "AIR BAG" engraved on the air bag pad cover in • Front and side impact air bags the steering wheel and the passen. maximum safety benefit from your (Continued) restraint system: • Never place a child in any child or booster seat in the front seat. • Never lean against the door or To reduce the chance of serious center console – always sit in an than that offered by the seat belt sys- or fatal injuries and receive the upright position. everyone! Air bags inflate with • Move your seat as far back as considerable force and in the blink practical from the front air bags. • You and your passengers passenger's side front panel above improperly and unbelted occu. Even with air bags. when the air bag inflates. installed under the pad covers in the obtain maximum benefit from the center of the steering wheel and the air bag. should never sit or lean unnec- the glove box. the vehicle's driver and/or the front belts. of an eye. glove box. tem alone in case of a frontal impact of sufficient severity. Always Improperly positioned drivers follow the precautions about seat and passengers can be severe- The purpose of the SRS is to provide ly injured by inflating air bags. pants can be severely injured essarily close to the air bags. (Continued)  . It is the safest place for children of any age to ride. every time. positioned in the front seats. • ABC – Always Buckle Children in the back seat. air bags and occupant safe- passenger with additional protection ty contained in this manual.

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he or cause harm if the vehicle is in a impact is sufficiently severe and she must be properly belted and crash severe enough to cause when the impact angle is less the seat should be moved as far the air bags to deploy. than 30° from the forward longi.  panel. rear. impact or rollover crashes. (Continued)   . Seat belts must be pants including the driver should could result in injury. back as possible. the air bags will only in all types of crashes. instrument tem be replaced by an author. provided at their seating position inoperative. always wear their seat belts dental deployment of the air • Front air bags are not intended whether or not an air bag is also bags or by rendering the SRS to deploy in side-impact. always be properly restrained in the steering wheel. • The SRS is designed to deploy ger seat. In to minimize the risk of severe • If the SRS air bag warning light addition. • Do not tamper with or disconnect tudinal axis of the vehicle. • A child restraint system must inspected by an authorized never be placed in the front (Continued) HYUNDAI dealer. essarily close to the air bag ommend that the system be while the vehicle is in motion. seat. Doing so deploy once. and the front passenger's ized HYUNDAI dealer. Never allow chil. all occu- of the SRS system. due to acci. • For maximum safety protection SRS wiring or other components Additionally. the deployment threshold. The infant or child could be (Continued) severely injured or killed by an air bag deployment in case of an accident. we rec. Do not sit or lean unnec- vehicle is being driven. If a child over 12 must "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& because any such object could the front air bags only when an be seated in the front seat. worn at all times.(Continued) (Continued) (Continued) • No objects should be placed over • Air bags can only be used once • Children age 12 and under must or near the air bag modules on – we recommend that the sys. dren to ride in the front passen- panel above the glove box. front air bags will not injury or death in the event of a remains illuminated while the deploy in frontal crashes below crash. the rear seat.

put their arms on the doors. depend- their seat belt on. removed. legs comfort- ing on the crash severity. front passenger with additional pro- tion can result in serious or fatal tection than that offered by the seat injury in a crash. the air lean their heads or bodies onto bag may forcefully contact the doors. Your vehicle is equipped with a side impact air bag in each front seat.   . ably extended and their feet on speed and point of impact. If an occu- pant is out of position because Do not allow the passengers to of not wearing a seat belt. cen- designed to deploy only during cer- tered on the seat cushion with tain side-impact collisions. occupant causing serious or stretch their arms out of the win- fatal injuries. angle."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& (Continued) Side impact air bag The purpose of the air bag is to pro- (if equipped) vide the vehicle's driver and/or the • Sitting improperly or out of posi. The side the floor until the vehicle is impact air bags are not designed to parked and the ignition key is deploy in all side impact situations. OJK032063 The actual air bags in the vehicle may differ from the illustration. or place objects between the doors and passengers when they are seated on seats equipped with side and/or curtain air bags. should sit upright with the seat The side impact air bags are back in an upright position. dow. All occupants belt alone. OIB034021 • The SRS air bag system must deploy very rapidly to provide WARNING protection in a crash.

The passen.) between the avoid being injured by the front door and the front seat. that may result in personal injury. bag. driver's hands should be placed • To prevent unexpected deploy- on the steering wheel at the 9:00 ment of the side impact air bag and 3:00 positions. WARNING (Continued) (Continued) • Do not use any accessory seat • If the seat or seat cover is dam- • The side impact air bag is sup. we recommend that the plemental to the driver's and the • Use of seat covers could reduce system be serviced by an  passenger's seat belt systems or prevent the effectiveness of authorized HYUNDAI dealer. The inflates. Inform the dealer that your vehi- Therefore your seat belts must cle is equipped with side impact be worn at all times while the • Do not install any accessories on the side or near the side air bags. covers. sensor when the ignition switch (Continued) is on. "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& the system. vehicle is in motion. (Continued)   . and is not a substitute for them. ger's arms and hands should be avoid impact to the side impact placed on their laps. objects may become dangerous both front seat occupants should projectiles and cause injury if the sit in an upright position with the supplemental side impact air bag seat belt properly fastened. etc. bag and yourself. impact conditions severe • Do not place any objects over enough to cause significant the air bag or between the air injury to the vehicle occupants. The air bags deploy only in certain side impact air bag. aged. • For best protection from the side • Do not place any objects (an impact air bag system and to umbrella. Such deploying side impact air bag.

be seated in the proper child restraint system. Make sure to The curtain air bags are designed to put the child restraint system as deploy only during certain side far away from the door side as impact collisions. they must sions. We recommend position with the seat belts prop. angle. authorized HYUNDAI dealer. both front seat occu. protection. children should sit in Failure to follow the above men- a proper child restraint system in Curtain air bags are located along tioned instructions can result in the rear seat. that the system be serviced by an The actual air bags in the vehicle may differ erly fastened. put their arms on the doors. • Never try to open or repair any pants and both outboard rear components of the side curtain occupants should sit in an upright OJK032066 air bag system. front and rear doors. stretch their arms out of the window. Importantly. and secure the child crash severity. • When children are seated in the pants in certain side impact colli. speed and restraint system in a locked posi- impact."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& Curtain air bag (if equipped) They are designed to help protect (Continued) the heads of the front seat occupants and the rear outboard seat occu. depending on the possible. designed to deploy in all side impact OIB034022 situations. or place objects WARNING between the doors and passen- gers when they are seated on • In order for side impact and cur. doors. rear outboard seats. The curtain air bags are not tion. both sides of the roof rails above the injury or death to the vehicle occu- (Continued) pants in an accident. collisions from the front or • Do not allow the passengers to rear of the vehicle or in most rollover lean their heads or bodies onto situations.  . from the illustration. seats equipped with side and/or tain air bags to provide the best curtain air bags.

as well as low speed impacts. OIB034023E/OIB034024/OIB034025/OIB034026 (1) SRS control module (3) Side impact sensor (2) Front impact sensor   . Air bag collision sensors lision? (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 pro- tection.Why didn’t my air bag go off in a col. "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& These include rear impacts. second or third collisions in multiple impact accidents.

"&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& (Continued) Air bag inflation conditions WARNING • Problems may arise if the sen- • Do not hit or allow any objects to sor installation angles are impact the locations where air changed due to the deformation bags or sensors are installed. with non-genuine parts may Front air bags are designed to inflate adversely affect your vehicles in a frontal collision depending on Therefore. We recom- result in serious personal injury mend that the system be serv- or death. of the front bumper. air bag sensors. • If the installation location or angle of the sensors is altered in • Your vehicle has been designed any way. speed or angles of collision and air bag deployment maintenance on or around the impact of the front collision. iced by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. OPA037040 they may not deploy when they Installing aftermarket bumper guards or replacing a bumper Front air bags should. do not try to perform the intensity. which could sors are installed. body or B This may cause unexpected air pillar where side collision sen- bag deployment. causing severe injury or death. the air bags may to absorb impact and deploy the deploy when they should not or air bag(s) in certain collisions. performance. (Continued)  . We recommend that the system be serviced by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

detect a sufficient impact.Side air bags Air bag non-inflation conditions Side air bags (side impact and/or curtain air bags) are designed to inflate when an impact is detected by side collision sensors depending on  the strength. inflated air bags would not be but they may inflate in other colli. they also may inflate in other OPA037042 types of collisions if the front impact • Front air bags are not designed to sensors detect a sufficient impact. air bags may deploy. such cases because they may not able to provide any additional ben- sions if the side impact sensors provide benefits beyond the pro. because Side air bags (side impact and/or • In certain low-speed collisions the occupants are moved backward by curtain air bags) are designed to air bags may not deploy. In this inflate only in side impact collisions. Drive carefully on unim- proved roads or on surfaces not designed for vehicle traffic to prevent unintended air bag deployment. tection of the seat belts in such col- If the vehicle chassis is impacted by lisions. efit. bumps or objects on unimproved roads or sidewalks. The air the force of the impact. speed or angles of "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& impact resulting from a side impact collision. bags are designed not to deploy in case. Although the front air bags (driver’s and front passenger’s air bags) are designed to inflate only in frontal col- lisions. OPA037041 inflate in rear collisions.   .

and cle with a higher ground clearance. vehicle speed and angles reduced by such “under-ride” colli- of impact. sions. Such heavy braking occupants move to the direction of occupants in a direction where the lowers the front portion of the vehi- the collision. "under-ride" situation because However. because force of impact may direct the brake heavily. cle causing it to “ride” under a vehi- impacts. any air bags. frontal air bag deployment vide any additional benefit. thus the sensors may not deploy Air bags may not inflate in this pant protection. side impact or curtain air deceleration forces that are detect- bags may inflate depending on the ed by sensors may be significantly intensity. the • Just before impact. and thus in side air bags would not be able to pro. drivers often side impact collisions.   ."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& OSA038121 OBH038060 OPA037043 • Front air bags may not inflate in • In a slant or angled collision. would not provide additional occu.

utility poles or trees. SRS Care The SRS is virtually maintenance- free and so there are no parts you can safely service by yourself. or continuously remains "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& on. we recommend that the system be inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.   . or any work on accidents because vehicle can not cle collides with objects such as the steering wheel. repairing. installing. where the ger's panel. the vehicle structure. OED036104 OSA038122 We recommend that the any work on the SRS system. • Air bags do not inflate in rollover • Air bags may not inflate if the vehi. Improper handling is rolled over after side impact col. front seats and roof rails However. ous personal injury. side and/or curtain air point of impact is concentrated and be performed by an authorized bags may inflate when the vehicle the collision energy is absorbed by HYUNDAI dealer. such as removing. of the SRS system may result in seri- lision. If the SRS air bag warning light does not  illuminate. the front passen- detect rollover accident.

use only a soft. including the by an authorized HYUNDAI deal. the flooring. or if the affect the air bag covers and vehicle must be scrapped. we recom. • For cleaning the air bag pad due to accidental inflation of the covers. that you contact an authorized to the body structure. you shouldn't try to addition of any kind of badges to er. Doing so could result in injury. can nect SRS wiring. Failure to follow these precau- senger's panel above the glove tions and procedures could box. start the engine. certain proper deployment of the sys."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& WARNING (Continued) (Continued) • If the air bags inflate. (Continued) . HYUNDAI dealer. tened with plain water. and the front pas. observed. SRS inoperative. instru. Solvents • If components of the air bag sys- or cleaners could adversely tem must be discarded. ance and lead to possible injury. ment panel. ponents of the SRS system. the necessary information. adversely affect SRS perform. • If your car was flooded and has • Modification to SRS compo. we recommend the pad covers or modifications • Do not tamper with or discon. is in a crash severe enough to (Continued) cause the air bags to inflate. mend that the system be replaced soaked carpeting or water on nents or wiring. An authorized • No objects should be placed HYUNDAI dealer knows these over or near the air bag modules precautions and can give you on the steering wheel. or other com. because any such object increase the risk of personal could cause harm if the vehicle injury. safety precautions must be tem. dry cloth air bags or by rendering the or one which has been mois.

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legs comfort- ably extended and your feet on the floor. Devices claiming to Modification of the front seats cle resulting in serious injury or improve occupant comfort or repo. The infant or child could be seri- of or change seats while the vehi. "&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& their feet on the floor. operation of the air bags. appropriate child safety seats or thrown against the inside of the they could be injured if the air bags seat belts in the rear seat. or out of the vehicle. your seat belt on.  seats with their seat belts on and injuries if an air bag inflates.  . Carrying front seats could interfere with the down back seat. fully back in their or in your mouth can result in restraint system sensing compo. A passenger who is with their seat belts on and their a crash. • Keep occupants away from the air • Never hold an infant or child on your • Passengers should not move out bag covers. ture or be thrown from the vehi- seat belts. selves and the air bags. they could be seriously injured could interfere with the proper shifted too close to a deploying or killed in a collision. cen- and increase the chance of serious air bags. Placing items under the cargo area or on top of a folded. strike the interior struc- • Do not use any accessories on • Do not modify the front seats. vehicle. against other occupants. air bag. All infants and children not wearing a seat belt during a feet on the floor. could interfere with the operation of death. sition the seat belt can reduce the the supplemental restraint system • Always sit upright with the seat- protection provided by the seat belt sensing components or side impact back in an upright position. All occupants should lap. inflate.Additional safety precautions • Passengers should not place hard • Do not place items under the front • Never let passengers ride in the or sharp objects between them. tered on the seat cushion with injury in a crash. sit upright. nents and wiring harnesses. fully back in their seats ously injured or killed in the event of cle is moving. • Do not attach or place objects on WARNING • Each seat belt is designed to or near the air bag covers. Any restrain one occupant. All occupants hard or sharp objects on your lap operation of the supplemental should sit upright. seats. If more than object attached to or placed on the • Sitting improperly or out of posi- one person uses the same seat front or side impact air bag covers tion can cause occupants to be belt. If occupants are should be properly restrained in crash or emergency stop can be too close to the air bag covers.

 . OIB034027 Air bag warning labels are attached to alert the driver and passengers of potential risks of the air bag system. Be sure to read all of the information about the air bags that are installed on your vehicle in this Owner’s Manual."&$%'#%#$&'!"'%!'&& Adding equipment to or modifying Air bag warning label your air bag-equipped vehicle (if equipped) If you modify your vehicle by chang- ing your vehicle's frame. front end or side sheet metal or ride height. bumper sys- tem. this may affect the opera- tion of your vehicle's air bag system.

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i Information 4. which could result in serious injury or death. Make sure the doors are locked by -. Door Lock the key in the ignition switch and 2. which you can use to lock or unlock Do not leave the keys in your vehi- a door (and tailgate) and even start cle with unsupervised children.-'. OIB034040 WARNING Your HYUNDAI uses a remote key.&/. The doors will lock. warning lights will blink two times.-(+. Close all doors. the doors checking the position of the door will lock automatically after 30 sec- lock button inside the vehicle.&/) !/ After unlocking the doors. %# . Press the Door Lock button (1) on 2. Unattended children could place 1. engine hood and 1. the engine. 3. Door Unlock may operate power windows or other controls. The doors will unlock.'/"*(+/$. Tailgate Unlock vehicle move. onds unless a door is opened. Press the Door Unlock button (2) tailgate.*. or even make the 3. The hazard the remote key. 2.$*&&("% )*(#* Remote key (if equipped) Locking Unlocking To lock : To unlock: 1. The hazard  warning lights will blink.)/. on the remote key.

the tail. If the remote key is inoperative due to exposure i Information to water or other liquids. the • Keep the remote key away from tailgate will lock automatically.-'.&/) !/ Tailgate unlocking Start-up Mechanical key To unlock: For detailed information refer to “Key ■ Type A ■ Type B 1. vehicle warranty.&/. extreme temperatures.-.-(+.)/. (3) on the remote key for more than one second.'/"*(+/$. water or any liquid. press and hold the button for more • Protect the remote key from than one second. NOTICE 2.*. Once the tailgate key: is opened and then closed. OIB044178 If the remote key does not operate normally. it will not OYDDCO2231/OYDECO2231 • After unlocking the tailgate. Press the Tailgate Unlock button Ignition Switch” in chapter 4. • The word "HOLD" is written on the • Avoid dropping or throwing the button to inform you that you must remote key. be covered by your manufacturer’s ■ Type C gate will lock automatically. you can lock or unlock the door by using the mechanical key. %# . The hazard warning lights will To prevent damaging the remote blink two times.

text messaging. fold the key manually phones normal operational signals. When the remote key does not work correctly. If you have a problem with the remote key.Type C Remote key precautions (Continue) To unfold the key. it is recommended that you contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. limit (about 30 m [90 feet]). • You exceed the operating distance This is especially important when the while pressing the release button. open and close the door with the mechanical key. This may dam. • The key is in the ignition switch. could be blocked by your mobile To fold the key.&/) !/ blocking the signal. or jacket pocket and always try to age the key.*.-(+.&/.'/"*(+/$. receiving calls. the following occur: ty to your mobile phone. Do not fold the key without pressing Avoid placing the remote key and -. press the release The remote key will not work if any of If the remote key is in close proximi- button then the key will unfold auto. the signal matically. or an airport which can interfere with normal operation of the remote key.  • Other vehicles or objects may be and/or sending/receiving emails. your mobile phone in the same pants • The weather is extremely cold.)/. phone is active such as making and NOTICE • The remote key battery is weak.-'. (Continue) %#% . • The remote key is close to a radio maintain an adequate distance transmitter such as a radio station between the two devices. the release button.

have sustained some damage.-(+. %# .)/.-'.-.&/. Dispose the battery NOTICE according to your local law(s) and regulation.'/"*(+/$. 2. Reinstall the rear cover of the remote key. or Changes or modifications not expressly you feel your remote key is not work- erly. Remove the old battery and insert the new battery. Make sure the battery position is correct. try replacing the battery with a approved by the party responsible for ing correctly. 3. environment and human health. If dealer. Keep the remote key away from electromagnetic materials that OIB044180 blocks electromagnetic waves to the key surface.&/) !/ i Information Battery replacement If you suspect your remote key might If the remote key is not working prop.*. compliance could void the user’s you contact an authorized HYUNDAI authority to operate the equipment. Insert a slim tool into the slot and gently pry open the cover. it will not An inappropriately disposed be covered by your manufacturer’s battery can be harmful to the vehicle warranty. the keyless entry system is inoperative due to changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party i Information responsible for compliance. it is recommended that new one. Battery Type: CR2032 To replace the battery: 1.

the engine.-(+. engine hood and a door (and tailgate) and even start tailgate. 3.-'.Smart key (if equipped) Locking i Information The door handle button will only operate when the smart key is within 0. Tailgate Unlock 3.)/. Make sure the doors are locked by checking the position of the door lock button inside the vehicle.  -. 4.*.7~1 m (28~40 in.) from the outside door handle. 2. The hazard warning lights will blink. Door Unlock (1) on the smart key.&/.'/"*(+/$. Door Lock ton or press the Door Lock button 2.&/) !/ OIB044179 OIB044041 Your HYUNDAI uses a Smart Key. %# . Either press the door handle but- 1. To lock : which you can use to lock or unlock 1. Close all doors.

which 3. Carry the Smart Key. death.-(+.)/. the doors • Any door except the tailgate is will lock automatically after 30 sec- open.-'. %# . make the vehicle move.'/"*(+/$. • After unlocking the doors. ACC or ON position. The doors will unlock. Unattended children could press the Engine Start/ Stop 2. The hazard could result in serious injury or warning lights will blink two times. side door handle.*.) from the out- • The Smart Key is in the vehicle. the doors will not lock and the chime will sound for • The door handle button will only three seconds if any of the following operate when the smart key is with- occur: in 0.-. Either press the door handle but- button and may operate power ton or press the Door Unlock but- windows or other controls. or even ton (2) on the smart key.7~1 m (28~40 in.&/) !/ Even though you press the outside Unlocking i Information door handle button. WARNING OIB044041 Do not leave the Smart Key in To unlock: your vehicle with unsupervised 1. Other people can also open the doors without the • The Engine Start/Stop button is in smart key in possession. onds unless a door is opened.&/. children.

and remove the mechanical key (2). you can lock or unlock the mation refer to the Engine Start/Stop door by using the mechanical key. OIB044175 gate will lock automatically after 30 Press and hold the release button (1) seconds unless the tailgate is opened. inserting the key. Carry the smart key. %# .-(+. 2. water or other liquids. the tail. • Avoid dropping or throwing the After unlocking the tailgate.*.-'.)/. For detailed infor. • Keep the smart key away from -. smart key. If the smart key closed. To reinstall the mechanical key. • Protect the smart key from extreme temperatures.Tailgate unlocking Start-up Mechanical key To unlock: You can start the engine without If the Smart Key does not operate 1. it will not be covered by your manufacturer’s i Information vehicle warranty. Insert the mechanical key into the key hole on the door.&/. is inoperative due to exposure to ically.'/"*(+/$. The hazard warning lights will To prevent damaging the smart key: blink two times.  3. button or press the Tailgate Unlock button (3) on the smart key for NOTICE more than one second. put the key into the hole and push it until a click sound is heard. normally.&/) !/ Once the tailgate is opened and then water or any liquid. Either press the tailgate handle button in chapter 7. the tailgate will lock automat.

diately take the vehicle and remaining or an airport which can interfere This is especially important when the key to your authorized HYUNDAI with normal operation of the trans.'/"*(+/$. • The smart key is near a mobile two Avoid placing the smart key and your way radio system or a cellular mobile phone in the same pants or phone.*. If you the following occur: to your mobile phone.-(+.-.)/. jacket pocket and always try to main- • Another vehicle’s smart key is being tain an adequate distance between operated close to your vehicle. receiving calls. the two devices. it is • The smart key is close to a radio could be blocked by your mobile recommended that you should imme.&/. text messaging.&/) !/ Loss of a smart key Smart key precautions (Continue) A maximum of two smart keys can be The smart key will not work if any of If the smart key is in close proximity registered to a single vehicle. it is recommended that you contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. open and close the door with the mechanical key. mitter. if necessary. transmitter such as a radio station phones normal operational signals. phone is active such as making and dealer or tow the vehicle. and/or sending/receiving emails. (Continue) %# . If you have a problem with the smart key. When the smart key does not work correctly.-'. the signal happen to lose your smart key.

or Changes or modifications not expressly you feel your smart key is not work- approved by the party responsible for ing correctly. 3. try replacing the battery with a electromagnetic waves to the key new one.-(+.-'. Battery Type: CR2032 To replace the battery: 1. it is recommended that compliance could void the user’s you contact an authorized HYUNDAI authority to operate the equipment. surface. Dispose the battery NOTICE OLF044008 according to your local law(s) and regulation. it will not An inappropriately disposed -.*.'/"*(+/$.&/) !/ be covered by your manufacturer’s battery can be harmful to the vehicle warranty.)/. Remove the old battery and insert the new battery. Make sure the battery position is correct. i Information Battery replacement If you suspect your smart key might have sustained some damage. Pry open the rear cover of the smart key. 2. Keep the smart key away from elec. Reinstall the rear cover of the smart key. %# . If the Smart Key is not working prop- tromagnetic materials that blocks erly. environment and human health. If dealer. the keyless entry system is inoperative due to changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party i Information  responsible for compliance.&/.

&/) !/ Immobilizer system Do not attempt to alter this system or (if equipped) add other devices to it.)/. then place the ignition switch to the ON position NOTICE again.e.-(+. vehicle from theft. the immobilizer sys- vehicle. Your then go off.-.. WARNING When the ignition switch is placed in In order to prevent theft of your the ON position.-'.'/"*(+/$. The engine should avoid exposure to moisture. the system does not recognize tomer unique password and the coding of the key. should be kept confidential. If the indicator starts to immobilizer password is a cus- blink. It is designed to give years of key or other metal object (i. anywhere in your vehicle. it is recommended that you contact your HYUNDAI dealer.*. key trouble-free service. %# . Electrical problems could result that may make The immobilizer system protects your your vehicle inoperable. Place the ignition switch to the LOCK/OFF position. interrupt the transponder signal from Immobilizer system malfunction transmitting normally. If an improperly coded key (or other device) is used. The transponder in your key is an The system may not recognize your important part of the immobilizer sys- key’s coding if another immobilizer tem.&/. do not leave spare keys tem indicator should come on briefly. may not start because the metal may static electricity and rough handling. however you chain) is near the key. could occur. If the system repeatedly does not recognize the coding of the key. the engine’s fuel system is disabled.

they door by hand. When closing the door. push the Once the doors are unlocked.)/. all vehicle doors will handle. Remote key i Information side the vehicle • In cold and wet climates. When closing the door.&/. door lock Mechanical key and door mechanisms may not work properly due to freezing conditions. press the Door vehicle to unlock and toward the front Unlock button (2) on the remote key. %# . handle. the system may stop operat-  ing temporarily in order to protect -. Make sure that doors may be opened by pulling the door are closed securely.!%%)#%& Operating door locks from out.-(+. push the door by hand. lock/unlock automatically.'/"*(+/$.-'. OIB034040 To lock the doors. • If the door is locked/unlocked multi- ple times in rapid succession with either the vehicle key or door lock switch. Make sure that doors are closed securely. Turn the key toward the rear of the To unlock the doors. press the Door OIB044042 Lock button (1) on the remote key. they If you lock/unlock the driver's door may be opened by pulling the door with a key.&/) !/ the circuit and prevent damage to system components. of the vehicle to lock. Once the doors are unlocked.*.

Tailgate open %# . system components.'/"*(+/$. press the button properly due to freezing conditions.-. they ing temporarily in order to protect may be opened by pulling the door the circuit and prevent damage to OIB044041 handle. door lock the door lock button on the smart key.-'. Door unlock 3. Door lock 2. OLMB043003 1. • If the door is locked/unlocked multi- rying the smart key with you or press ple times in rapid succession with the door unlock button on the smart either the vehicle key or door lock key.*. When closing the door. push the door by hand. the system may stop operat- Once the doors are unlocked. Make sure that doors are closed securely.)/. on the outside door handle while car. press the button on i Information the outside door handle while carry- ing the smart key with you or press • In cold and wet climates.&/.-(+. switch.&/) !/ Smart key To lock the doors. and door mechanisms may not work To unlock the doors.

-(+. • To open a door. front and rear. pull the door han- dle (2) outward.-'. one or more of the following tech- • Front doors cannot be locked if the niques to exit: key is in the ignition switch and any Operate the door unlock feature front door is open. Operate the other door locks and han- dles.*.'/"*(+/$. OIB044043 • To unlock a door. -. Lower a front window and use the mechanical key to unlock the door from outside. i Information the vehicle ver’s door is pulled when the door lock button is in the lock position. push the door lock button (1) to the “Lock” position.&/) !/ smart key is in the vehicle and any door is open. repeatedly (both electronic and manu- al) while simultaneously pulling on the  • Doors cannot be locked if the door handle. push the door lock button (1) to the “Unlock” posi- tion.)/.Operating door locks from inside • If the inner door handle of the dri. • To lock a door. If a power door lock ever fails to func- With the door lock button the button is unlocked and door tion while you are in the vehicle try opens. %#% .&/.

serious injury to unattended chil- dren or animals who cannot Opening a door when something is If any door is opened when the switch approaching may cause damage is pressed. R (Reverse.-(+. all doors will lock. illuminate for approximately 60 sec. the indicator light on the extremely hot. close all win- switch.&/. escape the vehicle. engage the parking brake. all vehicle doors will WARNING unlock and the indicator light on the switch will not illuminate.-'. %# . If encounter other harm. To secure your vehicle. or they could doors and watch for vehicles. from someone gaining entry to the ans approaching the vehicle in the cator blinks. for manual transaxle).&/) !/ With the central door lock/unlock • When you press the door lock/unlock switch switch again.)/. the risk of being thrown lever to the P (Park) position (for from the vehicle in a crash is automatic transaxle) or first gear or increased. while cle is in motion. Always secure your vehicle Leaving your vehicle unlocked WARNING increases the potential risk to you or others from someone hiding in The doors should always be fully your vehicle.*. An onds (If the key is in the ignition enclosed vehicle can become switch. the indicator could injure them.-. and always the indicator light on the switch will Do not leave children or animals take the key with you. Be careful when opening • If any door is unlocked.'/"*(+/$. causing death or WARNING switch will continusouly illuminate). of the door lock switch will blink. and OIB044044 place the ignition switch in the • When you press the door lock/unlock WARNING LOCK/OFF position. If the doors are depressing the brake. Children might operate features of the vehicle that or injury. move the shift unlocked. closed and locked while the vehi. lock all doors. all vehicle doors will lock and dows. bicycles or pedestri- you press the switch when the indi. unattended in your vehicle. vehicle. all doors will not lock. path of the door. possibly motorcycles.

%# . The rear door safety locks should always be used whenever The child safety lock is provided to children are in the vehicle. the rear door will not open if the inner door handle is pulled. When the child safety lock is in the lock position ( ). they could fall out of the km/h (9 mph). insert a key (or screwdriver) into the hole (1) Impact sensing door unlock sys. unlock the unlocked when an impact causes the child safety lock. help prevent children seated in the rear from accidentally opening the rear doors.&/.'/"*(+/$.-(+.&/) !/ If children accidently open the rear All doors will be automatically locked doors while the vehicle is in when vehicle speed exceeds 15 motion. air bags to deploy. The rear door safety locks should be used whenever children are in the vehicle. tem (if equipped) To allow a rear door to be opened All doors will be automatically from inside the vehicle.)/.-'. OIB044045 vehicle.Auto door lock/unlock features Child-protector rear door locks To lock the child safety lock. The child safety lock is located on the edge of each rear door. WARNING  Speed sensing door lock system (if equipped) -. and turn it to the lock ( ) position.*.

%# . keep the air vents and all windows open so that additional The tailgate swings upward.)/. Make outside air comes into the vehicle. • If unlocked. sure no objects or people are near the rear of the vehicle when open- ing the tailgate. Possible damage may occur to the tailgate lift cylinders and attaching hardware if the tailgate is not closed prior to driving. you will draw dangerous exhaust In cold and wet climates.'/"*(+/$.-'. the tailgate can be opened by pressing the handle and WARNING pulling it up. Exhaust fumes i Information If you drive with the tailgate opened. remote key. door lock fumes into your vehicle which can and door mechanisms may not work cause serious injury or death to OIB044046 properly due to freezing conditions.&/) !/ '$(#$'* Opening the tailgate • The tailgate is locked or unlocked Closing the tailgate when all doors are locked or To close the tailgate.*. lower and push ■ Type A unlocked with the key. Make sure smart key or central door lock/ that the tailgate is securely latched.-. down the tailgate firmly.&/. ■ Type B If you must drive with the tailgate WARNING opened. NOTICE Make certain that you close the tail- OIB044187 gate before driving your vehicle. vehicle occupants.-(+. unlock switch.

)/.'/"*(+/$. %# . caution. occupants should ment. especially while the tently locked in the luggage compart. the tailgate can be opened by doing as follows: 1. The luggage compartment is a OIB044188 very dangerous location in the event of a crash. Push up the tailgate.&/) !/ • No one should be allowed to occupy the luggage compart- ment of the vehicle at any time. 3. To avoid tailgate if you are accidentally injury in the event of an accident or locked in the luggage compart. Emergency tailgate safety WARNING release WARNING Rear cargo area • For emergencies. vehicle is in motion. Input the mechanical key into the hole. When someone is inadver.-(+. -.*.  sudden stops.-'. Use with extreme tailgate. Your vehicle is equipped with the emergency tailgate safety release • Use the release lever for emer- lever located on the bottom of the gencies only. 2. always be properly restrained. ment.&/. be fully aware of the location of the emergency Occupants should never ride in the tailgate safety release lever in rear cargo area where no the vehicle and how to open the restraints are available. Push the mechanical key to the right.

-.-'.*.)/.-(+.&/) !/ ("!%& Power windows (if equipped) (1) Driver’s door power window switch (2) Front passenger’s door power window switch (3) Rear door power window switch (Right)* (4) Rear door power window switch (Left)* (5) Window opening and closing (6) Automatic power window* (7) Power window lock switch * : if equipped OIB044048 %# .&/.'/"*(+/$.

Window Lock switch which can block • While driving with the rear windows the operation of passenger windows. the with one or both of the rear windows Power Windows cannot be operated down. OLF044031 To open or close a window.&/.)/. down. power win- Window switch to control that door's dows may not work properly due to window.-(+. if following actions. Each door has a Power • In cold and wet climates. your vehicle may demonstrate The power windows will operate for approximately 30 seconds after the a wind buffeting or pulsation noise.&/) !/ or LOCK/OFF position.*. This noise is normal and can be  ignition switch is placed in the ACC reduced or eliminated by taking the -.The ignition switch must be in the ON i Information Window opening and closing position to be able to raise or lower the windows. The driver has a Power freezing conditions. %# .'/"*(+/$. press down or pull up the front portion of the corresponding switch to the first detent position (5). If the noise occurs the front doors are opened.-'. dows approximately one inch. However. partially lower both front win- even within the 30 second period.

%# . normally.) to allow the object to be cleared.&/. To stop the 2. press down and release the switch. Place the ignition switch to the ON lowers or lifts the window even when position. If the power windows do not operate properly after resetting.). pull up or switch for at least 1 second. the automatic power win- dow switch momentarily to the sec.*.5 cm (1 in.-'. If the power window switch is pulled up continuously again within 5 sec- onds after the window is lowered by the automatic window reversal fea- ture. If the window detects the resistance while the power window switch is pulled up continuously. the switch is released. dow system must be reset as follows: ond detent position (6) completely 1.'/"*(+/$. OIB024001 If a window senses any obstacle while it is closing automatically. the automatic window reversal will not operate.&/) !/ Auto up/down window To reset the power windows Automatic reversal (if equipped) (if equipped) If the power windows do not operate Pressing or pulling up the power win. the window will stop upward movement then lower approximately 2.)/. Close the window and continue window at the desired position while pulling up on the power window the window is in operation.-(+.-. it will stop and lower approximately 30 cm (12 in. it is recom- mended that the system be checked by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

stop and reverse direction.-'.'/"*(+/$.-(+. %# . When the power window lock switch is pressed: • The driver's master control can operate all the power windows. time. If this is done. more at the same time.)/. • The rear passenger's control can- not operate the rear passengers' power window.&/. do not used by fully pulling up the switch to open or close two windows or the second detent. This will also ensure the longevity of the WARNING fuse. the window will cle damage.) in diameter caught OIB044049 closed. • Never try to operate the main  Make sure heads.16 in.&/) !/ parts or other objects are safely individual door window switch in out of the way before closing the opposite directions at the same windows to avoid injuries or vehi.*. Objects less than 4 stop and cannot be opened or mm (0. • The front passenger's control can operate the front passenger's power window. between the window glass and the The driver can disable the power upper window channel may not be window switches on the rear passen- detected by the automatic reverse gers' doors by pressing the power window and the window will not window lock switch. other body switch on the driver's door and the -. i Information Power window lock switch NOTICE (if equipped) The automatic reverse feature is only • To prevent possible damage to the active when the “auto up” feature is power window system.

*.-'. arms ly cause the vehicle to move.)/. Even very operation by the child.-. head and other obstructions are safely out of the way before closing a win- dow. (pressed). Serious injury can • NEVER leave any child unat.-(+. when the engine is run. switch in the LOCK position ning. Keep the dri- vehicle with unsupervised chil. hands. ver’s door power window lock dren. while driving. young children may inadvertent. (Continued) %# . or otherwise injure them- selves or others.&/) !/ WARNING (Continued) • Do not allow children to play with • NEVER leave the keys in your the power windows. • Do not extend your head.'/"*(+/$. • Always double check to make sure all arms. result from unintentional window tended in the vehicle.&/. or body outside the windows entangle themselves in the win. dows.

-'. Hold the hood opened with the 1. raise 4.'/"*(+/$. gear or R (Reverse) and set the center and lift the hood (2).%%! Opening the hood  -.)/.*.&/. %#% . Pull out the support rod. 2. parking brake.-(+. push the second. 5.&/) !/ OIB044050 OIB044052 OIB044047 3. the hood slightly. Pull the release lever to unlatch the hood. Go to the front of the vehicle. The hood should pop open slightly. Make sure the shift lever is in first ary latch up (1) inside of the hood support rod.

bustible material must be removed obstruction present in the hood • The support rod must be insert. that all obstructions are rubber will help prevent you ment must be correctly installed. from being burned by hot metal • Gloves. engine compartment. rags or any other com. This will 3. removed from the hood opening. The view will be blocked and the hood could fall or be damaged.-. from the engine compartment. If it is not latched. engine compartment. • Do not move the vehicle with the hood raised. check the • Grasp the support rod in the following: • Before closing the hood. Closing the hood with an when the engine is hot. opening may result in property ed completely into the hole pro. rags or any prevent the hood from falling drop. Make sure that it locks into other combustible material in the and possibly injuring you. ensure area wrapped in rubber. the hood could open while the vehicle is being driven. %# .-(+.*.'/"*(+/$. The • All filler caps in engine compart. Doing so may cause a heat-induced fire.&/. • Always double check to be sure that the hood is firmly latched before driving away. Lower the hood halfway and let it • Do not leave gloves. which might result in an acci- dent. Return the support rod to its clip to damage or severe personal vided whenever you inspect the prevent it from rattling. 2.&/) !/ Closing the hood WARNING WARNING 1. place. injury. Before closing the hood.)/.-'. causing a total loss of visibility.

)/.'/"*(+/$. %# . You may the fuel filler door opener. 2.-(+. Place the cap on the fuel filler door. hear a hissing noise as the pres- 1.&/. If necessary. Stop the engine. from inside the vehicle by pulling up turn it counterclockwise. To remove the fuel tank cap (2). The fuel filler door must be opened 4. sure inside the tank equalizes. OIB044054 OIB044053 3.-'. tap lightly or push on the door to break the ice and release the door. Do not pry on the door. Pull the fuel filler door opener up.&/) !/ the ice to melt. 5.*. *#(##*)!%%) Opening the fuel filler door i Information If the fuel filler door does not open because ice has formed around it. spray around the door with an approved de-icer fluid (do not use radiator anti-freeze) or move  the vehicle to a warm place and allow -. Pull the fuel filler door out (1) to fully open.

container can ignite fuel vapors • Do not get back into a vehicle causing a fire. to place the container on the explosive. away push it lightly and make sure that it from the fuel filler neck. you should eliminate the poten.&/) !/ Closing the fuel filler door (Continued) (Continued) 1. it clockwise until it “clicks” once. note the loca. bare hand. turn • Before touching the fuel nozzle. causing a fire. To install the fuel tank cap (2).*. electricity. or other gas source. if available. nozzle or is securely closed.'/"*(+/$. fuel containers designed to carry (Continued) charge can ignite fuel vapors and store petrol. If you must re-enter the vehicle. a safe distance away metal part of the vehicle. Static electricity dis.-. once you have begun refueling. from the fuel filler neck.-(+. Failure to follow these lular phones can potentially ground prior to refueling. Electric current and/or portable fuel container. at the gas fabric capable of producing static • Use only approved portable plastic station. Once refueling • Read and follow all warnings has begun. rub. Close the fuel filler door (1) and vehicle. WARNING • Do not use cellular phones while • When using an approved refueling. contact between posted at the gas station. you should once again eliminate This indicates that the cap is tial build-up of static electricity potentially dangerous static elec- securely tightened. You can generate a build-up of your bare hand and the vehicle • Before refueling.-'. Shut-Off. nozzle.&/. by touching a metal part of the tricity discharge by touching a 2.)/. be sure Petrol is highly flammable and electronic interference from cel. should be maintained until the tion of the Emergency Petrol bing or sliding against any item or filling is complete. Static guidelines may result in SERIOUS ignite fuel vapors and cause a electricity discharge from the INJURY or DEATH: fire. with your other petrol source. with your bare hand. (Continued) (Continued) %# . static electricity by touching.

Always If the fuel filler cap requires replace- and do not smoke or leave a lit remove the fuel cap carefully ment. spilled on painted surfaces may damage the paint.'/"*(+/$. the fuel system or emission control vehicle tank. An incorrect fuel filler cap refueling.-'.  cal components related to the • If pressurized fuel sprays out. system. Follow any safety instructions they provide. use only a genuine HYUNDAI cigarette in your vehicle while at and slowly.(Continued) (Continued) i Information • When refueling. Sparks produced by electri- department.*. especially during fuel or if you hear a hissing your vehicle. and thus subject you to the risk • Do not use matches or a lighter of fire and burns.&/.)/. it -. set the parking manager of the gas station and • Do not spill fuel on the exterior sur- brake. transaxle). If the cap is venting cap or the equivalent specified for a gas station. sound. leave the vicinity of the vehi. %# . Any type of fuel switch to the LOCK/OFF posi- tion. wait until the condition can result in a serious malfunction of • Do not over-fill or top-off your stops before completely remov. according to the "Fuel Requirements" R (Reverse. and immediately contact the suggested in the foreword chapter. always move • If a fire breaks out during refuel.&/) !/ engine can ignite fuel vapors can cover your clothes or skin NOTICE causing a fire. for manual cle. • Always check that the fuel cap is (Continued) installed securely to prevent fuel spillage in the event of an acci- dent. petrol spillage. which can cause ing the cap. and place the ignition then contact the local fire faces of the vehicle. • Make sure to refuel your vehicle the shift lever to the first gear or ing.-(+.

)/.-. normal condition. • Motor noise may be heard when the vehicle is at stop or at a low driving speed. but it will require increased ing wheel may become difficult to steering effort. immediately after placing the igni- steered. Take your vehicle Should you notice any change in the to an authorized HYUNDAI dealer This happens as the system per- effort required to steer during normal and have the system checked as forms the EPS system diagnostics. If the engine is off or if System does not operate normally.*. that the system be checked by an the steering wheel will return to its authorized HYUNDAI dealer. vehicle operation.'/"*(+/$. the vehicle may still be • The steering effort may be high on the instrument cluster. If temperature rises.-(+. abnormal noise may occur.-'. %# . When the diagnostics is completed. the noise will disappear. we recommend soon as possible. tion switch in the ON position. • When you operate the steering wheel in low temperature. This is a normal condition. The steer. control or operate.&/.&/) !/ &'**)("**# Electric power steering (EPS) NOTICE i Information The system assists you with steering If the Electric Power Steering The following symptoms may occur the vehicle. during normal vehicle operation: the power steering system becomes the warning light ( ) will illuminate inoperative. • A click noise may be heard from the EPS relay after the ignition switch is placed to the ON or LOCK/OFF position.

so it indicated by the horn symbol on your points toward your chest. Push the steering operate it. Always pointed object. Do wheel both up and down to be cer.)/. not toward steering wheel (see illustration).-'. death or accidents.&/) !/ OIB044055 Pull down the lock-release lever (1) on OIB044056 the steering wheel column and adjust the steering wheel angle (2) and posi.-(+. To sound the horn. You may lose steer- ing control and cause severe per.'/"*(+/$. not press on the horn with a sharp- tain it is locked in position. The your face. After adjusting. press the area tion (3). Make sure you can see the horn will operate only when this area instrument panel warning lights and is pressed.Tilt steering / Telescope steering Horn (if equipped) WARNING Never adjust the steering wheel while driving. -.*.  sonal injury. pull up the lock. adjust the position of the steering wheel before driving. NOTICE release lever (4) to lock the steering Do not strike the horn severely to wheel in place. %# .&/. gauges. Move the steering wheel. or hit it with your fist.

*.'/"*(+/$. Pull the day/night lever toward you to reduce glare from the headlights of the vehicles behind you during night driving. Make this adjustment before you start driving and while the day/night lever is in the day position. %# . driving.-(+.-'. or behind WARNING the rear headrests which could interfere with your vision through the NEVER adjust the mirror while Day rear window. Make sure your line of sight is not obstructed. Do not place objects in the rear seat. an accident or deployment of the air bag.)/. cargo area. do not modify the rearview WARNING mirror and do not install a wide Night mirror.-. Remember that you lose some rearview clarity in the night position. adjust the rearview mirror to the center on the To prevent serious injury during view through the rear window. This may cause loss of OIB044057 vehicle control resulting in an acci- dent.&/.&/) !/ ())%)& Inside rearview mirror Day/night rearview mirror WARNING Before you start driving.

mirror as that may cause the liquid When the engine is running. The mirror indicator light will illuminate.'/"*(+/$. and auto- matically adjusts to control the head. • The mirror defaults to the ON posi- tion whenever the ignition switch is turned on. %# . The sensor detects the light level around the vehicle. The mirror indicator light behind the vehicle.-(+. Do not lights of the car behind you in night. spray glass cleaner directly on the time or low light driving conditions. will turn off. OIB044058 light glare from vehicles behind you.-'.&/. paper towel or similar material damp- cally controls the glare from the head. To operate the electric rearview Whenever the shift lever is placed in mirror: R (Reverse). Press the ON/OFF button (1) to turn the automatic dimming func- tion on. • Press the ON/OFF button (1) to ically go to the brightest setting in turn the automatic dimming func- order to improve the drivers view tion off. use a The electric rearview mirror automati. Rearview display ened with glass cleaner.*.)/. the mirror will automat.Electrochromic mirror (ECM) NOTICE (if equipped) When cleaning the mirror.  the sensor mounted in the rearview Sensor -.&/) !/ Indicator mirror. the glare is automatically controlled by cleaner to enter the mirror housing.

or a sponge or soft cloth with very warm water.&/. Objects NOTICE seen in the mirror are closer than OIB034041 they appear.)/. determine the actual distance of • If the mirror is jammed with ice. serious injury or Rearview mirrors property damage. %# .-. • Both right and left outside rear view mirror are convex.-'.'/"*(+/$. • Do not scrape ice off the mirror face.&/) !/ Outside rearview mirror WARNING Your vehicle is equipped with both left-hand and right-hand outside Do not adjust or fold the outside rearview mirrors. or move the vehicle to a warm place and allow the ice to melt. and an accident which could cause death. rearview mirrors while the vehicle is moving.-(+. This could result in loss of WARNING control. Use ing lanes. or turn your head and look to control lever. do following vehicles when chang.*. an approved spray de-icer (not radiator antifreeze) spray. this may damage the surface Manual type (if equipped) • Use your interior rearview mirror To adjust an outside mirror. move the of the glass. not adjust the mirror by force.

&/) !/ side rearview mirror by hand or the OIB044059 motor may be damaged. Do not press the switch longer than necessary.*. the motor may be damaged.&/.-(+. move the lever (1) to the middle to prevent inadvertent adjustment. Electric type (if equipped) Adjusting the rearview mirrors: OIB044061 Move the lever (1) to the L (Left) or R Manual type (Right) to select the rearview mirror To fold the outside rearview mirror. left or right.  • Do not attempt to adjust the out- -.'/"*(+/$. but the motor continues to operate while the switch is pressed. down. grasp the housing of the mirror and Use the mirror adjustment control to then fold it toward the rear of the position the selected mirror up. %#% .-'.)/. you would like to adjust. vehicle. After adjustment. NOTICE Folding the outside rearview mir- ror • The mirrors stop moving when they reach the maximum adjusting angles.

&/) !/ NOTICE The electric type outside rearview mirror operates even though the igni- tion switch is in the OFF position. do not adjust the mirrors longer than necessary while the engine is not running. the mirror will fold or unfold automatically. However.-.&/.-(+. It could To fold the outside rearview mirror. cause motor failure. press the button. To unfold outside rearview mirror. If the button is pressed.*. %# . press the button again.-'.)/.'/"*(+/$. to prevent unnecessary battery discharge. NOTICE OIB044062 Do not fold the electric type outside Electric type (if equipped) rearview mirror by hand.

)/. OIB044101/OIB044100 %# . Speedometer -. Fuel gauge 4.'/"*(+/$. LCD display (including trip computer) ❈ The actual cluster in the vehicle may differ from the illustration. For more details.&/.("&') *"'# &'*) ■ Type A 1.*. refer to the "Gauges" in this chapter.&/) !/ 3. Odometer/Trip computer ■ Type B 7. Tachometer  2.-(+. Engine coolant temperature gauge 5. Warning and indicator lights 6.-'.

or property damage.*.)/. The brightness of the instrument panel illumination changes by press- ing the upper or lower part of the switch when the ignition switch is in the ON position and when the park- ing lights are turned on. OIB044112/OIB044111 If the brightness reaches to the max- OIB044095 imum or minimum level. serious injury. %# .&/) !/ Instrument Cluster Control Adjusting Instrument Cluster ■ Type A ■ Type B Illumination (if equipped) WARNING Never adjust the instrument cluster while driving.-'. This could result in loss of control and lead to an acci- dent that may cause death.'/"*(+/$.-(+. an alarm will sound (if equipped).-.&/.

▼ : MOVE switch for chang.-'.)/. modes (2) ▲.&/. in kilometers per hour (km/h). speed of the vehicle and is calibrated lutions per minute (rpm).*.&/) !/ OIB044102/OIB044103 OIB044157 OIB044104 The tachometer indicates the The LCD display modes can be The speedometer indicates the approximate number of engine revo- changed by using the control buttons. refer to “LCD Display” in this chapter.LCD display control Gauges Tachometer (if equipped) Speedometer ■ Petrol ■ Diesel  -.-(+.'/"*(+/$. For the LCD modes. This may selected item cause severe engine damage. %# . NOTICE ing items (3) OK : SELECT/RESET button for Do not operate the engine within the setting or resetting the tachometer's RED ZONE. Use the tachometer to select the cor- rect shift points and to prevent lug- (1) : MODE button for changing ging and/or over-revving the engine.

*. fuel tank. %# . Wait until the engine is cool before adding coolant to the reservoir. it indicates overheating that may damage the engine.-'. refer to “If the Engine Overheats” in chapter 8.-. OIB044108 OIB044106 This gauge indicates the approxi- This gauge shows the temperature mate amount of fuel remaining in the of the engine coolant when the igni.&/. OIB044114 OIB044113 WARNING ■ Type B ■ Type B Never remove the radiator cap when the engine is hot.&/) !/ Engine Coolant Temperature NOTICE Fuel Gauge Gauge ■ Type A If the gauge pointer moves beyond ■ Type A the normal range area toward the “H” position. Do not continue driving with an over- heated engine.'/"*(+/$. The engine coolant is under pressure and could cause severe burns. tion switch is in the ON position. If your vehicle over- heats.-(+.)/.

)/. which will vehicle occupants to danger.&/) !/ when the gauge indicator comes warning light may come on earlier close to the “E (Empty)” level. OIB044115 The odometer indicates the total dis- tance that the vehicle has been driv- en and should be used to determine when periodic maintenance should be performed. tional fuel as soon as possible  • On inclines or curves. Running out of fuel could cause the engine to misfire damag- ing the catalytic converter.'/"*(+/$. i Information Odometer WARNING • The fuel tank capacity is given in ■ Type A chapter 10.*. OIB044116 than usual due to the movement of ■ Type B fuel in the tank.-(+. NOTICE Avoid driving with a very low fuel level. %# . . the fuel gauge after the warning light comes on or pointer may fluctuate or the low fuel -.-'.&/. Fuel Gauge • The fuel gauge is supplemented by a Running out of fuel can expose low fuel warning light.Odometer range : 0 ~ 1599999 kilo- meters or 999999 miles. illuminate when the fuel tank is You must stop and obtain addi- nearly empty.

the mileage registered on the odome- ter. The alteration may void your war- ranty coverage.*.-'. The temperature unit (from °C to °F or from °F to °C) can be changed as below procedures (if equipped).-.User Settings Mode in the Cluster : You can change the temperature It is forbidden to alter the odometer of ■ Type A ■ Type B unit in the “Other Features - all vehicles with the intent to change Temperature unit” . %# .)/.'/"*(+/$.&/. OIB044156/OIB044155 This gauge indicates the current out- side air temperatures by 1°C (1°F).&/) !/ i Information Outside Temperature Gauge .Temperature range : -40°C ~ 85°C (-40°F ~ 211°F) The outside temperature on the dis- play may not change immediately like a general thermometer to pre- vent the driver from being inattentive.-(+. .

-'.)/. ▲5. ▲6 • Shifting down (diesel only): ▼2. ▼5 %# . ▼4.&/.*. the indicator is not displayed. ▼3. OIB044152/OIB044151 This indicator informs which gear is desired while driving to save fuel.-(+.&/) !/ When the system is not working prop- erly. • Shifting up (petrol & diesel): ▲2. 5th. : Indicates that shifting down to the 3rd gear is desired (current- ly the shift lever is in the 4th. ▲4.  or 6th gear). ▲3. -.'/"*(+/$.Transaxle Shift Indicator For example Manual Transaxle Shift Indicator : Indicates that shifting up to the (if equipped) 3rd gear is desired (currently ■ Type A the shift lever is in the 2nd or 1st ■ Type B gear).

*. fuel economy.)/.&/.&/) !/ #!!(&#$(* (*! LCD modes Modes Symbol Explanation This mode displays driving information like the tripmeter. %# . lamps. and so on. For controlling the LCD modes.'/"*(+/$. and so on. refer to "LCD Display Control" in this chapter. refer to "Trip Computer" in this chapter.-(+. you can change settings of the doors.-. User Settings On this mode. Trip Computer For more details.-'. Information or or This mode informs of the service interval (mileage or days) and warning messages.

For safety.&/) !/ OIB044163 OIB044164 OIB044119 This warning message illuminates if If you press and hold the OK button This mode displays driving informa- you try to select the other User in the User Settings Mode.-'.'/"*(+/$.*. and so on. fuel economy. after parking the vehicle. refer to “Trip the parking brake and moving the Computer” in this chapter. change the User Settings played in the cluster. if equipped) Trip computer mode  -.-(+.Cannot edit settings while driving Quick guide (Help. tion about the selected item is dis.&/. tion like the tripmeter. explana. shift lever to N(Neutral) position. %#% .)/. Settings item when driving. applying For more details.

1 second.'/"*(+/$.Press the OK button for more than Start/Stop button to the ON position.-.500 km (900 miles) or 30 To reset the service interval to the days. %# . Service Interval refer to "User Settings Mode" of the LCD display. "Service required" It calculates and displays when you message is displayed for several sec- need a scheduled maintenance onds each time you set the ignition service (mileage or days).&/.&/) !/ Information mode For the setting of the service interval. reaches 1.*. OIB044166 Service required OIB044165 If you do not have your vehicle serv- Service in iced according to the already inputted service interval.-'. mileage and days you inputted before: played for several seconds each time you set the ignition switch or Engine . "Service in" message is dis.)/.-(+. switch or Engine Start/Stop button to If the remaining mileage or time the ON position.

The fuse switch is turned off. .*. Warning Message If one of followings occurs.The battery cable is disconnected.&/) !/ OIB044167 Service in OFF If the service interval is not set. i Information If any of the following conditions occurs.Low fuel etc.'/"*(+/$. . "Service interval OFF" message is displayed on the LCD display.&/.-'.-(+.The battery is discharged. . warning messages will be displayed on the information mode for several seconds.  -. the mileage and days may be incorrect.)/. . %# .

Head Lamp Delay • Off: The headlamp delay function will be deactivated.-'. refer to “Light” in this chapter. For more details. 5. 7 Flashes : The lane change signals will blink 3. Door Items Explanation • Disable : The auto door unlock operation will be canceled.&/) !/ User settings mode On this mode. refer to “Light” in this chapter.'/"*(+/$. • On: The head lamp delay function will be activated. %# .&/. and so on. you can change setting of the instrument cluster.)/.-(+. doors. Light Items Explanation • Off: The one touch turn signal function will be deactivated. or 7 times when the turn signal lever is moved slightly. For more details.-. One Touch Turn Signal • 3. lamps.*. Automatically Unlock • Vehicle Off: All doors will be automatically unlocked when the ignition key is removed from the ignition switch or the Engine Star/Stop button is set to the OFF position. 5.

Service interval  Items Explanation -.&/.-'. Other features Items Explanation Temperature Unit Choose the temperature unit. Service Interval • Off : The service interval function will be deactivated.) and period (months).°F) Language Choose the language. you can activate the service interval function with mileage (km or mi.-(+. • On :You can set the service interval (mileage and months).'/"*(+/$. (°C. Steering Position • On : The steering position function will be activated.Steering Items Explanation • Off : The steering position function will be deactivated.&/) !/ On this mode.)/.*. %# .

&/. the battery of the smart key is dis- charged when the Engine Start/Stop Press the Engine Start/Stop button button is in the OFF position.-(+.-'. while turning the steering wheel right and left.-. in the OFF position. %#% .'/"*(+/$. if equipped) wheel (for smart key system) (for smart key system) Low Key Battery (for smart key system) OIB044132 OIB044133 This warning message illuminates if This warning message illuminates if OIB044131 the steering wheel does not unlock the steering wheel does not lock normally when the Engine Start/Stop when the Engine Start/Stop button is This warning message illuminates if button is pressed.&/) !/ Warning Messages Press start button while turning Steering wheel unlocked (for Type B.)/.*.

)/. This warning message illuminates if the smart key is not in the vehicle mally when the Engine Start/Stop the Engine Start/Stop button is in the when you press the Engine button is in the OFF position. %#% .Check steering wheel lock Press clutch pedal to start engine Key not in vehicle system (for smart key system) (for smart key system and manual (for smart key system) transaxle)  -.*.-(+.'/"*(+/$. Depress the clutch pedal to start the engine.-'.&/) !/ OIB044134 OIB044138 This warning message illuminates if OIB044136 This warning message illuminates if the steering wheel does not lock nor.&/. ACC position twice by pressing the Start/Stop button. button repeatedly without depressing Always have the smart key with you. the clutch pedal.

problem with the Engine Start/Stop not detected” is Illuminated. button system.&/) !/ Key not detected Press start button again Press “START” button with key (for smart key system) (for smart key system) (for smart key system) OIB044137 OIB044139 OIB044140 This warning message illuminates if This warning message illuminates if This warning message illuminates if the smart key is not detected when you cannot operate the Engine you press the Engine Start/Stop but- you press the Engine Start/Stop but. Engine Start/ Stop button once more. If the warning illuminates each time you press the Engine Start/Stop but- ton.-.)/. At this time.*.-(+. Start/Stop button when there is a ton while the warning message “Key ton.-'.&/.'/"*(+/$. we recommend that you have the vehicle inspected by an author- ized HYUNDAI dealer. %#% . the immobilizer indicator Start the engine by pressing the light will blink.

hood is open. gate is open.-'.&/) !/ OIB044144 OIB044145 OIB044146 This indicator displays which door is This indicator displays when the tail.Door Open Tailgate Open Hood Open  -.&/.)/. This indicator displays when the open.'/"*(+/$. %#% .-(+.*.

.When the trip computer displays “-- the angle of the steering wheel be .*.When the low fuel level warning ture is above 120°C (248°F).&/) !/ Align steering wheel (if equipped) Low Fuel Engine has overheated OIB044150 OIB044148 OIB044149 This warning message illuminates if This warning message illuminates if This warning message illuminates you start the engine when the steer. Add fuel as soon as possible.)/.-. This left or right.'/"*(+/$.&/. the fuel tank is nearly empty. light is illuminates.-'.-(+.km(or mile)” as distance to empty. when the engine coolant tempera- ing wheel is turned 90 degrees to the . %#% . less than 30 degrees. means that the engine is overheated Turn the steering wheel and make and may be damaged.

In this case. -.$)"("$"!("!($'%)#('& i Information . refer to the “Seat  .)/. For more details. %#%% . Engine Start/Stop button to the ON position.&/.Warning lights Air bag Warning Light (if Seat Belt Warning Light equipped) Make sure that all warning lights are OFF after starting the engine. we recommend that you have the vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. this indicates a situa.*.'/"*(+/$.-(+.It illuminates for approximately 6 Belts” in chapter 4. • Once you set the ignition switch or that the seat belt is not fastened.-'. seconds and then goes off.&/) !/ • When there is a malfunction with the SRS. If any light is still ON. This warning light illuminates: This warning light informs the driver tion that needs attention.

&/) !/ Parking Brake & Brake If the brake fluid level in the reser. This This warning light illuminates: location and stop your vehicle. inspected. Engine Start/Stop button to the ON the brake fluid level immediately position. In this case. the vehicle will not stop in as is applied. and add fluid as required (For With only one of the dual systems more details. If the brakes fail while you are driv- reservoir is low.-'. Also.It remains on if the parking brake leak on brake system is still found. it indi. or short a distance with only a portion • When the parking brake is applied. check wheels even if one of the dual sys- • Once you set the ignition switch or tems should fail. If any required to stop the vehicle. shift to a lower gear for addition- . means you still have braking on two 2. we recommend that ing. . more than normal pedal . the warning light remains on.-.If the warning light illuminates with you have the vehicle towed to an al engine braking and stop the vehi- the parking brake released.)/. refer to “Brake Fluid” working. cates the brake fluid level is low. the brakes do not operate proper. do not drive the vehicle.'/"*(+/$.*. Then check all brake travel and greater pedal pressure are seconds components for fluid leaks.-(+. of the brake system working. With the engine stopped. Dual-diagonal braking system Fluid Warning Light voir is low: Your vehicle is equipped with dual- 1.It illuminates for approximately 3 in chapter 9). Drive carefully to the nearest safe diagonal braking systems.&/. • When the brake fluid level in the ly. %#% . authorized HYUNDAI dealer and cle as soon as it is safe to do so.

Anti-lock Brake System Electric Power Steering WARNING (ABS) Warning Light (EPS) Warning Light (if equipped) (if equipped) Parking Brake & Brake Fluid Warning Light This warning light illuminates: This warning light illuminates: Driving the vehicle with a warning • Once you set the ignition switch or • Once you set the ignition switch or light ON is dangerous. started.&/. it indi.-'.  Warning Light illuminates with the parking brake released. %#% . low. an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. the EPS. • When there is a malfunction with • When there is a malfunction with In this case. position. If the Engine Start/Stop button to the ON Engine Start/Stop button to the ON Parking Brake & Brake Fluid position. we recommend that an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. the assistance of the anti-lock you have the vehicle inspected by brake system).&/) !/ cates that the brake fluid level is seconds and then goes off.*. we recommend that the ABS (The normal braking sys.'/"*(+/$. In this case.-(+. you have the vehicle inspected by tem will still be operational without In this case.)/. . we recommend that you have the vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.It remains on until the engine is -.It illuminates for approximately 3 .

driving the vehicle: Engine Start/Stop button to the ON In this case. %#% .Petrol Engine NOTICE .*. we recommend that the procedure. • When there is a malfunction with If the Malfunction Indicator Lamp the emission control system.-(+. (MIL) continues to blink in spite of In this case.at more than 60km/h (37 mph). have the vehicle inspected by an . we recommend that you have the vehicle inspected by you have the DPF system checked an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.'/"*(+/$.-'.)/. potential catalytic When the Malfunction Indicator Lamp This warning light illuminates: converter damage is possible which (MIL) blinks.at more than 2nd gear with 1500 ~ .Malfunction Indicator Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) Lamp (MIL) blinking for a long time. If you continue to drive with the NOTICE .Diesel Engine with DPF Lamp (MIL) (if equipped) If the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) illuminates. as possible.&/. the emission control systems which could effect drivability and/or fuel economy.It remains on until the engine is authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon 2000 engine rpm for a certain time started.&/) !/ Malfunction Indicator NOTICE .-. by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. or position. (for about 25 minutes). it may stop blinking after • Once you set the ignition switch or could result in loss of engine power. the DPF sys- Driving with the Malfunction Indicator tem can be damaged and fuel con- Lamp (MIL) on may cause damage to sumption can worsen. we recommend that you .

&/.)/. In this case.&/) !/ inspected by an authorized there may be a problem in the • When there is a malfunction with electrical charging system. HYUNDAI dealer.  . If the belt is adjusted properly.NOTICE .It remains on until the engine is have the engine control system started.-(+. In this case.Diesel Engine Charging System If there is a malfunction with either Warning Light the alternator or electrical charging If the Malfunction Indicator Lamp system: (MIL) blinks. combustion noise and Engine Start/Stop button to the ON 2. Drive carefully to the nearest safe the injection quantity adjustment location and stop your vehicle. we recommend that you position. Turn the engine off and check the alternator drive belt for looseness poor emission. %#% . occurs which could result in loss of • Once you set the ignition switch or engine power. -. we recommend that you have the vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer as soon as possible. either the alternator or electrical charging system. or breakage. some error related to This warning light illuminates: 1.*.-'.'/"*(+/$.

catalytic converter (if equipped). below “E (Empty)” can cause the 1. started. severe damage could position. ble. it indicates • When the engine oil pressure is that there may be serious engine damage or malfunction. When the fuel tank is nearly empty. we we recommend that you have the recommend that you have the vehicle inspected by an authorized vehicle inspected by an author- HYUNDAI dealer as soon as possi.Drive carefully to the nearest safe 2. In this NOTICE . If the the level is low.)/. add oil as required.&/) !/ Engine Oil Pressure NOTICE . the engine is running. warning light stays on after the If the warning light remains on after engine is started.Turn the engine off and check the fill the engine oil to the proper engine oil level (For more details.-'. Stop the vehicle as soon as it is warning light on or with the fuel level If the engine oil pressure is low: safe to do so.It remains on until the engine is • If the warning light stays on while fuel as soon as possible.&/. off immediately. the oil level. %# . add . If the oil level is low. result. 2.'/"*(+/$. If 3. turn the engine adding oil or if oil is not available. If the fuel tank is nearly empty. Engine Start/Stop button to the ON nated. level. refer to “Engine Oil” in chapter 9). In this case.*. Start the engine again. case.-. Driving with the Low Fuel Level 1.-(+. ized HYUNDAI dealer.Engine Oil Pressure Low Fuel Level Warning Warning Light Warning Light Light • If the engine does not stop imme- This warning light illuminates: diately after the Engine Oil This warning light illuminates: • Once you set the ignition switch or Pressure Warning Light is illumi.Low Fuel Level low. Turn off the engine and check engine to misfire and damage the location and stop your vehicle.

)/.Fuel Filter Warning Light (Diesel Engine) • When the Fuel Filter Warning Light This warning light illumi.'/"*(+/$.It illuminates for approximately 3 seconds and then goes off. high pressure fuel  Light . we recommend that you This warning light illuminates: inside the fuel filter. For more details. engine power (vehicle nates: This warning light illuminates: speed & idle speed) may When a door is not close securely.&/) !/ • When water has accumulated occurs.-(+. • Once you set the ignition switch or decrease. If this -. remove the water from soon as possible.-'. the fuel filter. pump) may be damaged. securely. have the vehicle inspected by an When the tailgate is not close authorized HYUNDAI dealer as In this case. %# .*. refer to “Fuel Filter” in chapter 9.&/. common rail. Engine Start/Stop button to the ON • If you keep driving with the warning Tailgate Open Warning position. illuminates.Door Ajar Warning Light Fuel Filter Warning Light NOTICE . light on. engine parts (injector.

you can start the engine. When the vehicle detects the immo. However. we recommend that you key. you can start the When there is a malfunction with the engine if you press the Engine immobilizer system.-. vehicle.The indicator light goes off after is weak.)/. • When there is a malfunction with .At this time. • When the battery of the smart key .'/"*(+/$.At this time. .-'. you can start the engine. up to 30 seconds: In this case. In this case. starting the engine. we recommend that you have the vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.&/) !/ Immobilizer Indicator Immobilizer Indicator This indicator light illuminates for Light (without smart key) Light (with smart key) 2 seconds and goes off: (if equipped) (if equipped) When the vehicle can not detect the smart key which is in the vehicle while This indicator light illuminates: This indicator light illuminates for the Engine Start/Stop button is ON. %# . authorized HYUNDAI dealer. key in the vehicle properly while the authorized HYUNDAI dealer.At this time.The indicator light goes off after starting the engine. . This indicator light blinks: . we recommend that you bilizer in your key properly while the When the vehicle detects the smart have the vehicle inspected by an ignition switch is ON. engine. Engine Start/Stop button is ACC or ON. refer to have the vehicle inspected by an When the smart key is not in the “Starting the Engine” in chapter 7). .*. This indicator light blinks for a few seconds: Start/Stop button with the smart In this case. you can not start the the immobilizer system. (For more details. you can not start the This indicator light blinks: engine.-(+.At this time.&/.

&/. If the service interval setting is lights are on. • When the headlights are on and in When the front fog lights are on. When the parking lights or head.The indicator light blinks more rapidly. In this case.The indicator light does not illumi- nate at all. time is 0 on the “Service Interval” in minates: the cluster. This indicator light illu. the high beam position If any of the following occurs.)/.Turn Signal Indicator High Beam Indicator Front Fog Indicator Light Light Light (if equipped) This indicator light blinks: This indicator light illuminates: This indicator light illuminates: When you turn the turn signal light on.'/"*(+/$.-'. the master warning light . This indicator light illuminates : .*. turns off.The indicator light does not blink • When the remaining mileage or but illuminates. we recommend that you have the vehicle inspected by Light ON Indicator Light an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.-(+.&/) !/ system. there • When the turn signal lever is pulled Master Warning Light  may a malfunction with the turn signal into the Flash-to-Pass position. . -. %# . reset.

&/. If the indicator light remains on or . if you close all doors. blinks after the engine has warmed the chime will also sound for up or while driving.The illumination time varies with When the smart key is not in the the engine coolant temperature.&/) !/ Glow Indicator Light i Information .-(+.-. approximately 5 seconds.'/"*(+/$. air vehicle and any door is open with the temperature. we recommend that you have the vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. and battery condition. the system checks for Start/Stop button in the ON position. LOCK or OFF position for 10 seconds the smart key. to preheat the engine again.At this time. %# . . function with the engine preheating . vehicle is moving.)/. In this case. ignition switch or Engine Start/Stop button in the ACC or ON position.The indicator will go off while the system. set the ignition switch or is in the ACC or ON position.-'. if any with the ignition switch or Engine Engine Start/Stop button to the door is open.The engine can be started after the and then to the ON position in order glow indicator light goes off.Engine KEY OUT Indicator Light KEY (Diesel Engine) Preheating (if equipped) OUT If the engine does not start within 10 This indicator light illuminates: seconds after the preheating is com.*. there may a mal. This indicator light blinks: . When the Engine Start/Stop button When the engine is being preheated pleted.

▼” on the steering wheel.&/.')(% '*) ■ Type A ■ Type A ■ Type B Press the TRIP button for less than 1 To change the trip mode.-'.*. when the ignition switch is in the ON position. %#% .-(+.&/) !/ OIB044097 ■ Type B Elapsed time TRIP B Digital speedometer • Tripmeter [B] on/off setting • Average Vehicle Speed [B] • Elapsed Time [B] Digital Speedometer OIB044157 The trip computer is a microcomput- er-controlled driver information sys- tem that displays information related to driving.'/"*(+/$.)/. rotate the second to select any mode as follows: MOVE switch “▲. All stored driving information (except odometer) resets if the battery is disconnected. Tripmeter A TRIP A Tripmeter B • Tripmeter [A] • Average Vehicle Speed [A]  Average speed • Elapsed Time [A] -.

driving time is less than 10 seconds . the engine is running. Start/Stop button is turned to ON. second when the tripmeter is dis- played. • To reset the tripmeter. press .)/. %# . .&/.0 ~ 9999. • The tripmeter is the total driving played if the driving distance is less distance since the last tripmeter than 300 meters (0. • The elapsed time is the total driv- ■ Type A ■ Type B culated by the total driving dis.*. [OK] button (or RESET button) on the average vehicle speed keeps cal- the steering wheel for more than 1 culating while the engine is running. last average vehicle speed reset.19 miles) or the reset. km/h or MPH) • The average vehicle speed is cal.Speed range: 0 ~ 220 km/h • To reset the elapsed time. more than 1 second when the aver- age vehicle speed is displayed.Speed range:0 ~ 140 mph the [OK] button (or RESET button) • To reset the average vehicle speed.&/) !/ Trip A/B Average Vehicle Speed (2) Elapsed Time (3) (km or mile.9 km since the ignition switch or the Engine or mi. on the steering wheel for more press the [OK] button (or RESET than 1 second when the elapsed button) on the steering wheel for time is displayed. the OIB044158/OIB044119 i Information elapsed time keeps calculating while Tripmeter (1) • The average vehicle speed is not dis.'/"*(+/$. ing time since the last elapsed time tance and driving time since the reset. i Information Even if the vehicle is not in motion.-(+.-'. press the • Even if the vehicle is not in motion.Distance range: 0.-.Time range (hh:mm): 00:00 ~ 99:59 .

%# . This message shows the speed of OIB044183 the vehicle (km/h.)/. Pressing the RESET button for more than 1 second.-'.-(+. the digital (1).Digital Speedometer One time driving information mode (km/h or MPH) (km or mile. and the elapsed time(3). the digital OIB044160/OIB044125 speedometer is displayed when “SPEED” sets “ON” in the cluster.&/. when the “SPEED” This display shows the trip distance “OFF” is displayed. the average vehicle speed (2) speedometer is displayed.*. L/100km or MPG) (if equipped) ■ Type A ■ Type B ■ Type B  -.'/"*(+/$. MPH).&/) !/ OLF044085R In case of type A. The information provided is cal- culated according to each trip. This information is displayed for a few seconds when you turn off the engine and then goes off automati- cally.

)/. turn the knob at plate light and instrument panel lights tion) light. license plate light and the end of the control lever to one of instrument panel lights are turned are turned ON. (4) Headlight position %# . the parking (posi- To operate the lights.-'.'/"*(+/$.-. the following positions: ON. the headlights. (1) OFF position i Information (2) AUTO light position (if equipped) The ignition switch must be in the ON (3) Parking light position position to turn on the headlights. license ing light position.&/) !/ #(' Exterior lights Lighting control OLF044084R OLF044086R Headlight position ( ) Parking light position ( ) OLF044084R When the light switch is in the head When the light switch is in the park- light position.*.-(+.&/.

NOTICE High beam operation • Do not cover or spill anything on the sensor (1) located on the instrument panel. The low driving at night or in a fog.&/) !/ other types of metallic coating on OLF044085R the front windshield. operation.-'. the parking (position) light push the lever away from you. it is recommended to To turn off the high beam headlamp. • Do not clean the sensor using a win- dow cleaner.'/"*(+/$. the AUTO AUTO light position (if equipped) light system may not work proper- OLF044192R ly.*. %# .-(+. manually turn ON the lights when pull the lever towards you. when the headlamp high beams are Even with the AUTO light feature in switched on. the cleanser may leave a light film which could inter- fere with sensor operation.)/.  • If your vehicle has window tint or -. position. OFF automatically depending on the The high beam indicator will light amount of light outside the vehicle. Using high beam could obstruct the other driver's vision. or when beams will turn on. The and headlights will be turned ON or lever will return to its original position.&/. such as tun- nels and parking facilities. WARNING Do not use high beam when there are other vehicles approaching you. When the light switch is in the AUTO To turn on the high beam headlamp. you enter dark areas.

require replacement. The high beams will remain ON as long as you hold To signal a turn. 5. The abnormally. The bulb may completed.&/.*. refer to "LCD pull the lever towards you. a bulb may be burned lever will return to the OFF position out or have a poor electrical connec- when released or when the turn is tion in the circuit. one of the turn signal bulbs may be burned out and will require replacement. push down on the lever for a right turn or up for a left NOTICE the lever towards you.-. One-touch lane change function nals (if equipped) To activate an One-Touch Lane Change function. turn in position (A). then OLF044091R Display" in this chapter. 5 or 7 times. To flash the high beam headlights. move the turn sig- nal lever slightly and then release it.-'. If an indicator stays on and does not flash or if it flashes abnormally. The lane change signals will blink 3.)/. You can activate/deactivate the One Touch Turn Signal function or choose the number of blinking (3. move the turn signal lever and does not flash.-(+. To signal a lane If the turn signal indicator stays on change. %# . For more details.&/) !/ Turn signals and lane change sig. release the lever. or 7) from the User Settings Mode on the OLF044088R LCD display.'/"*(+/$. or if it flashes slightly and hold it in position (B).

Only use the fog turns off the parking lights when the lights when visibility is poor.Front fog light (if equipped) NOTICE Battery saver function The purpose of this feature is to pre- When in operation.  With this feature.&/) !/ will turn off automatically if the driver parks on the side of road at night. turn the light switch to the front fog light position again or turn off the park- ing light.*. 3. the parking lights -. 2) Turn the parking lights OFF and 2.-'. To turn off the front fog light. Move the light switch (1) to the ON again using the light switch on front fog light position. The system automatically electrical power. 1) Open the driver-side door. to keep the lights on OIB044008 when the ignition key is removed or Fog lights are used to provide the engine is turned off (for smart improved visibility when visibility is key).&/. If necessary. rain or snow. 1. the fog lights vent the battery from being dis- consume large amounts of vehicle charged. perform the following: poor due to fog. the steering column. driver removes the ignition key or turns the engine off (for smart key) and opens the driver-side door.)/. etc.-(+. %# . Turn on the park light.'/"*(+/$.

the headlights will not be luggage area. the battery saver function LOCK/OFF position with the head. make sure to turn off the lamp closed. To adjust the headlight beam level However. the headlights (and/or delay function does not turn off auto- parking lights) remain on for about 5 matically. the headlights (and/or parking before getting out of the vehicle. It causes the minutes.&/) !/ Headlamp delay function NOTICE Headlight leveling device (if equipped) (if equipped) If the driver gets out of the vehicle If the key is removed from the ignition through other doors (except driver's switch or placed in the ACC or door). However. if you turn the light switch according to the number of the pas- to the AUTO position when it is dark sengers and loading weight in the outside. %# .-'.'/"*(+/$. does not operate and the headlamp lights ON. lights) are turned off after 15 seconds. In this if the driver’s door is opened and case.-. with the engine off battery to be discharged. Therefore.&/. turn the beam leveling turned off. The headlights (and/or parking lights) can be turned off by pressing the lock button on the remote key (or OIB044009 smart key) twice or turning the light switch to the OFF or AUTO position.*. switch.)/.-(+.

NOTICE lamps will go off five seconds later. the other road users. 2 sible loading Driver + Maximum permis- 3 sible loading %# . Driver + Front passenger 0 Full passengers 1 (including driver) Full passengers (including driver) + Maximum permis.&/) !/ that the beam level may be the near. locked by the remote key or smart  conditions other than those listed key and the vehicle enters the armed below. Do not use the interior lights for ing to the list. driving in the dark.&/.-(+.The higher the number of the switch Interior lights Interior lamp AUTO cut position.'/"*(+/$. or headlights may dazzle Do not use the interior lights when doors closed. est as the condition obtained accord. The interior lamp will go off 40 minutes after the Listed below are the examples of lights may obscure your view and engine is turned off. the lower the headlight The interior lamps will automatically beam level. For loading cause an accident.*. If a door is opened. Always keep the head.-'. WARNING go off approximately 20 minutes after light beam at the proper leveling the engine is turned off and the position. extended periods when the engine is Loading condition Switch position turned off or the battery will dis- Driver only 0 charge. the -.)/. adjust the switch position so stage of the theft alarm system. If the doors are proper switch settings.

-.'/"*(+/$. the three positions indicated below: : With the Front Room Lamp in : The front or rear room lamps this position the front and come on when the front or rear room lamps remain off rear doors are opened if the at all times. The front and rear lamp switch is in the OFF position. %# .)/.&/.-'. engine is running or not. this position. the front and rear lamps come on When the map lamp (1) is turned ON for approximately 15 seconds by pressing the lens.&/) !/ Front lamps Front Room Lamp: : With the Front Room Lamp in The Front Room Lamp Switch acti. the front and rear lamps stay on for about 20 minutes. if a door is opened with the ignition switch in the ON position. (2) Front Room Lamp room lamps go out gradually after approximately 15 sec- onds if the door is closed. if the ignition switch Press either the right or left lens to is in the ON position or all turn the map lamp on or off. the front and produces a spot beam for convenient rear lamps will turn off imme- use as a map lamp at night or as a diately. position or the LOCK/OFF position. If a door is opened with personal lamp for the driver and the the ignition switch in the ACC front passenger. the lamps stays on continuously. When doors are unlocked by the i Information remote key or smart key.*. This light doors are locked. Front Map Lamp: However. the map lamp OIB044015 will not turn off even if the front room as long as any door is not (1) Front Map Lamp opened. the front and vates the front and rear room lamps rear room lamps remain on when the switch is pressed in either of at all times. However.-(+.

tem drain. NOTICE NOTICE The luggage room lamp comes on Do not leave the lamp switches on for as long as the tailgate is open. %#% . To an extended period of time when the prevent unnecessary charging sys- engine is turned off. close the tailgate securely after using the luggage room.Room lamp Luggage room lamp (if equipped)  -.'/"*(+/$.)/.*. lamp on and off.&/) !/ OIB044016 OIB044017 Rear Door Lamp Switch: The luggage room lamp comes on Press this switch to turn the room when the tailgate is opened.-(+.-'.&/.

-.-'.'/"*(+/$.&/) !/ (*)&$"!$&*)& ■ Front ■ Rear • Type A • Type B A : Wiper speed control B : Intermittent wipe time D : Rear wiper/washer control adjustment (if equipped) · MIST – Single wipe · HI – High wiper speed · OFF – Off C : Wash with brief wipes · LO – Low wiper speed · INT – Intermittent wipe (if equipped) · OFF – Off · LO – Low wiper speed · HI – High wiper speed E : Wash with brief wipes (if equipped) OIB044169/OIB044170/OIB044173 %# .&/.*.)/.-(+.

is not sufficient.)/. Use this function death. INT : Wiper operates intermittently at When the outside temperature is the same wiping intervals. the front of the engine compartment ously if the lever is held in this on the passenger side.Windshield wipers Windshield washers If the washer does not work. ALWAYS warm the vary the speed setting.'/"*(+/$. or spray and wiper operation will contin- until the snow and/or ice is removed ue until you release the lever. before using the windshield wipers to ensure proper operation. move the lever to or MIST position and release. If the fluid level tion switch is in the ON position.&/. pull the lever ing on the windshield and obscur- gently toward you to spray washer ing your vision which could result in i Information fluid on the windshield and to run the an accident and serious injury or If there is heavy accumulation of snow wipers 1-3 cycles.*. you will need to add appropriate non-abrasive windshield MIST : For a single wiping cycle. move windshield using the defroster to the speed control lever. The The reservoir filler neck is located in wipers will operate continu. or ice on the windshield.-'.-(+.&/) !/ OFF : Wiper is not in operation. (if equipped) the washer fluid level. OIB044172 prevent the washer fluid from freez- In the OFF position. it may damage the Wiper and washer system. washer fluid to the washer reservoir. If you do not remove the snow and/or ice before using the wiper and washer. defrost the when the windshield is dirty.  position. %# . The windshield for about 10 minutes. To below freezing. WARNING -. check Operates as follows when the igni.

(if equipped) winter season or cold weather.&/) !/ NOTICE Rear window wiper and washer switch (if equipped) • To prevent possible damage to the washer pump. • To prevent possible damage to the wipers or windshield. do not operate the washer when the fluid reservoir is empty.*. spray rear washer fluid and to run the OIB044174 • To prevent possible damage to the rear wipers 1~3 cycles. wiper and washer switch lever. use The rear window wiper and washer and wiper operation will continue until anti-freezing washer fluids in the switch is located at the end of the you release the lever.&/. Turn the switch to the desired position to operate the rear wiper and washer. The spray wipers and washer system.'/"*(+/$. do OIB044176 not attempt to move the wipers Push the lever away from you to manually.-.-(+.-'. do not oper- ate the wipers when the windshield is dry.)/. • To prevent damage to the wiper arms and other components. HI – High wiper speed LO – Low wiper speed OFF – Off %# .

The rear view camera can be turned off by pressing the ON/OFF button • ALWAYS look around your vehi- (1) when the rear view camera is acti. %# . cle to make sure there are no vated. and especially children. the rear view cam.&/) !/ and the shift lever in R (Reverse). OIB044019 The Rear View Camera will activate when the engine is running and the shift lever is in the R (Reverse) posi- tion.&/.!)(*)$&&(&'&&'* Rear view camera (if equipped) Whenever the vehicle ignition is cycled off and on. WARNING era will turn on when the shift lever is put into R (Reverse). • Always pay close attention when OIB044018 the vehicle is driven close to objects. NOTICE Always keep the camera lens clean.-'. • Never rely solely on the Rear View Camera when backing up.-(+. Press the ON/OFF button (1) objects or obstacles before mov- ing the vehicle in any direction to  once more to turn on the rear view camera when the engine is running prevent a collision.)/. particularly pedestrians.'/"*(+/$.*. -. The camera may not work normally if the lens is covered with foreign material.

&/. all of which can limit the effectiveness Sensors of the sensor. Sensors prevent a collision.)/.) behind the vehicle. it cannot Operation condition detect objects in other areas where sensors are not installed. sensed at the same time.'/"*(+/$.) when you are driving less than 10 • ALWAYS look around your vehi.-(+.*. %# . size or material. and especially children. due to the objects dis- tance. OIB044189 The Rear Parking Assist System aids the driver during reverse move- ment of the vehicle by chiming if any object is sensed within the distance of about 120 cm (47 in.-. the clos- ing the vehicle in any direction to est one will be recognized first. • Sensing distance when backing up WARNING is approximately 120 cm (47 in. OIB044065 ■ Type B • Always pay close attention when the vehicle is driven close to objects. km/h (6 mph).&/) !/ Rear parking assist system This is a supplemental system that Operation of the rear parking (if equipped) senses objects within the range and assist system ■ Type A location of the sensors.-'. particularly pedestrians. cle to make sure there are no • When more than two objects are objects or obstacles before mov. • This system will activate when backing up with the engine running. • Be aware that some objects may not be detected by the sen- sors.

) continuously.-'. ~ 24 in.) intermittently. loud motor- • is displayed.*.'/"*(+/$. (if equipped) cycle engines. • The sensor is covered with snow. • Moisture is frozen to the sensor. • Objects generating excessive noise such as vehicle horns. bumps. mittently. the displayed The rear parking assist system may Distance from Warning not operate normally when: Warning sound indicator may differ from the above object indicator illustration.&/) !/ 60cm ~ 31cm Buzzer beeps more of the below situation occurs. or if the vehicle bumper height or sen- sor installation has been modified. such as unpaved roads.) more frequently. -. If this occurs. authorized HYUNDAI dealer. 30 cm (12 in. with high pressure water. %# . • Wireless transmitters or mobile phones are present near the sensor. • Any non-factory equipment or accessories have been installed. we recommend that the system be checked by an • Heavy rain or water spray is present. • Do not wash the vehicle's sensor • The sensor is covered or stained 120cm ~ 61cm Buzzer beeps (47 in. gravel.-(+. with foreign material.)/. or truck air brakes can interfere with the sensor. such as snow or water. or gradient.Types of warning indicator and NOTICE Non-operational conditions of rear sound parking assist system • If an object is in between sensors or close to a sensor. ~ 12 in. or the sensor cover is  • When you shift into the R (Reverse) position and one or blocked.&/. (24 in. this may indicate a malfunction There is a possibility of a parking with the parking assist system. assist system malfunction when: • You don't hear an audible warning • Driving on uneven road surfaces Less than Buzzer beeps sound or the buzzer sounds inter.

)/.) and narrower occupants due to a rear parking than about 14 cm (6 in. which tend to absorb sen- sor frequency such as clothes. Do not push. or it may sense an incorrect dis- • Undetectable objects smaller than tance.&/) !/ Detecting range may decrease i Information when: WARNING • Outside air temperature is The system may not recognize objects less than 30 cm (12 in. chains or small poles. scratch or strike the The following objects may not be sensor with any hard objects that recognized by the sensor: could damage the surface of the • Sharp or slim objects such as sensor.'/"*(+/$.-'. spongy material or snow. %# . ropes.-. NOTICE assist system malfunction. Always drive safely and cautiously.) in diameter. Sensor damage could occur.) from the sen.-(+. • Objects. not cover any accidents or dam- sor. Your new vehicle warranty does extremely hot or cold. age to the vehicle or injuries to its about 1 m (40 in.&/.*.

i Information -.-'.&/) !/ If you want to defrost and defog the front windshield.  dow. %# . off before operating the rear ■ Automatic Climate Control System defroster. never use sharp instruments or window cleaners con. press the taining abrasives to clean the win. rear window defroster button illumi- tors bonded to the inside surface of nates when the defroster is ON. while engine is running. the interior and exterior of the rear window. To turn off the defroster. they The defroster heats the window to will operate at the same time you remove frost. rear window defroster button again. press the rear window NOTICE defroster button located in the ■ Manual Climate Control System Climate system. refer to “Windshield • If there is heavy accumulation of defrosting and defogging” in this sec.-(+. • The rear window defroster automat- ically turns off after approximately 20 minutes or when the ignition switch is turned off. snow on the rear window. Outside rearview mirror defroster (if equipped) OIB044096 If your vehicle is equipped with out- side rearview mirror defrosters. fog and thin ice from turn on the rear window defroster.)/.*.'/"*(+/$. The indicator on the To prevent damage to the conduc. brush it OIB044075 tion.#($'*%"')%#&&'* Defroster Rear window defroster To activate the rear window (if equipped ) defroster.&/. the rear window.

'/"*(+/$.)/.&/) !/ Manual climate control system (if equipped) (1) Temperature control knob (2) Fan speed control knob (3) Mode selection knob (4) Air intake control button (5) A/C (Air conditioning) button (if equipped) (6) Rear window defroster button (if equipped) OIB044066 %# .&/.-(+.-'.-.*.

Cooling: -. To improve the effectiveness of heating and cooling : . 4.-(+.-'. 6. Set the mode to the desired posi- tion. Set the temperature control to the desired position. (if equipped) (if equipped) OIB044067 %#% .Heating and air conditioning 1.&/. Set the fan speed control to the desired speed.&/) !/ 3.'/"*(+/$. Set the air intake control to the outside (fresh) air or recirculated air position.)/. Start the engine. 5.*. If air conditioning is desired. 2.Heating:  . turn the air conditioning system (if equipped) on.

&/. Bi-Level (B. side window defrosters and side vents. with a small amount of the air being directed to the windshield.-(+. dash. D. Floor. D) OIB044069 Air flow is directed towards the face Most of the air flow is directed to the The mode selection knob controls and the floor. Bi-Level. E) Floor/Defrost-Level (A. Air can be directed to the floor.'/"*(+/$. E) Defrost-Level (A. defrosters and side vents. each floor and the windshield with a small outlet can be controlled to direct the amount directed to the side window air discharged from the outlet. the ventilation system.-. Additionally. D) Air flow is directed toward the upper Most of the air flow is directed to the body and face.)/. C.&/) !/ Mode selection Face-Level (B. D) board outlets. Floor-Defrost and Most of the air flow is directed to the Defrost air position. floor. windshield with a small amount of air the direction of the air flow through directed to the side vents. Five symbols are used to represent Face. C. %# . or windshield. D. C. Floor-Level (A.-'.*.

-(+. OIB044092 Instrument panel vents The outlet vents located in the rear can be opened or closed separately using the thumbwheel. you can adjust the direction of air delivered from these vents using the vent control lever as shown.*.-'.■ Front Temperature control Air intake control  -.)/. turning the knob to the left. %# .&/.&/) !/ OIB044094 ■ Rear OIB044068 OIB044070 The temperature will increase by This button is used to select the out- turning the knob to the right.'/"*(+/$. side (fresh) air position or recirculat- The temperature will decrease by ed air position. Also.

position is selected. function selected. recirculated air position can air in the passenger compartment.)/. or cooled according to • Continued use of the climate the function selected. partment will be drawn Set the air intake control to the through the climate con. air that may cause loss of vehicle from the passenger com.-(+. With the recirculated air cause drowsiness or sleepiness.-'. air on. outside (fresh) air position as trol system and heated much as possible while driving.'/"*(+/$. %# . It may cause serious harm enters the vehicle from or death due to a drop in the outside and is heated or oxygen level and/or body tem- cooled according to the perature. • Do not sleep in a vehicle with air With the outside (fresh) conditioning or heating system air position selected.-. control system operation in the recirculated air position (without Outside (fresh) air position the air conditioning selected) The indicator light on the may allow humidity to increase button will turn off when inside the vehicle which may fog the outside (fresh) air the glass and obscure visibility.*.&/.&/) !/ Recirculated air position i Information WARNING The indicator light on the Prolonged use of the air conditioning button illuminates when • Continued use of the climate with the recirculated air position the recirculated air posi. position selected. control resulting in an accident. control system operation in the selected will result in excessively dry tion is selected.

-. 2.  4.&/) !/ Heating OIB044073 1.'/"*(+/$. knob to the left to decrease fan conditioning system on (indicator 3. 4. Turn the Press the A/C button to turn the air outside (fresh) air position.-(+. 5. Set the fan speed control to the desired speed. %# . Set the air intake control to the outside (fresh) air position. If the windshield fogs up.Fan speed control Air conditioning (A/C) System operation (if equipped) Ventilation 1. Press the button desired position. If dehumidified heating is desired.)/.*. Set the temperature control to the speed and airflow. Set the temperature control to the desired position. Turn the knob to the right to increase OIB044074 2. Set the air intake control to the the fan speed and airflow. 3. turn the air conditioning system (if equipped) on.&/. select the Floor & Defrost mode or select the Front Defroster mode.-'. light will illuminate). again to turn the air conditioning sys- tem off. Select the Face Level mode. Set the fan speed control to the desired speed. Select the Floor Level mode.

Adjust the fan speed control and adjust the temperature control to temperature control to maintain desired temperature. monitor the temperature gauge ventilation system. set the temperature control to the extreme left position then set the fan speed control to the highest speed.-(+. ing system off if the engine tempera- • To prevent inside of the windshield prolonged operation of the recircu.-.&/) !/ Operation Tips Air conditioning (if equipped) NOTICE • To keep dust or unpleasant fumes HYUNDAI Air Conditioning Systems When using the air conditioning sys- from entering the car through the are filled with a R-134a refrigerant. maximum comfort. heavy traffic when outside tempera- lated air position.&/. closely while driving up hills or in the air intake control to the recircu- 2. trol to the fresh air position and fan dry the air. %# . Continue to use the help keep the driver alert and com. and 5.-'. This will overheating.'/"*(+/$. temporarily set 1. tem operation may cause engine the irritation has passed. on the air conditioning system. change the speed to the desired position. 4. Start the engine. ture gauge indicates engine over- from fogging. Push the air conditioning button. Set the mode to the Face Level tures are high. set the air intake con. Air conditioning sys- trol to the fresh air position when mode. tem. Return the con- 3. In this case. Set the air intake control to the blower fan but turn the air condition- fortable. When maximum cooling is desired.*. turn air position.)/. recirculated air position. However. lated air position will excessively heating.

-(+.&/) !/ recirculated air to the fresh outside air position. This filter is installed behind the dows closed. If the car is being driven in severe conditions such as dusty or rough roads. It filters the dust or other pollutants that enter the vehicle • Use the air conditioning system through the heating and air condi- every month only for a few minutes tioning system.*. glove box. %# .-'. set the • After sufficient cooling has been mode selection knob or button to the position and fan speed  achieved. switch back from the control to the lower speed. to ensure maximum system per- formance.&/. We recommend the climate control air filter be cleaned according to the maintenance schedule. open the windows for a short time cause the outer surface of the windshield to fog up.)/. In this case. of visibility.'/"*(+/$. the difference between • If the vehicle has been parked in the temperature of the outside air and that of the windshield could Outside air direct sunlight during hot weather. -. Blower Climate control Heater core • To help reduce moisture inside of Evaporator air filter core the windows on rainy or humid 1LDA5047 days.Air conditioning system operation • If you operate air conditioner System maintenance tips excessively. decrease the humidity inside Climate control air filter the vehicle by operating the air conditioning system with the win. causing loss Recirculated to let the hot air inside the vehicle air escape. more frequent air conditioner filter inspec- tions and cleaning are required.

It is Therefore. vehicle and personal injury may occur. we recommend the system be conditioner refrigerant and com. Overfilling also ing system should only has a bad influence on the air condi.*. the air condition- ditioning is reduced.)/. Otherwise. otherwise damage to the HYUNDAI dealer. Checking the amount of air es. if abnormal operation is important that the correct type and found.&/.-. Because the refriger- When the amount of refrigerant is ant is at very high pres- low.'/"*(+/$. pressor and abnormal system opera- tion may occur.-(+. be serviced by trained tioning system. damage to the com. %# . and certified technicians.-'. sure. HYUNDAI dealer. we recommend that the system amount of oil and refrigerant is be inspected by an authorized used. the performance of the air con. i Information It is important that the correct type We recommend the air conditioning and amount of oil and refrigerant is system be serviced by an authorized used. WARNING checked at an authorized HYUNDAI pressor lubricant dealer.&/) !/ If the air flow rate suddenly decreas.

'/"*(+/$.)/.-'.*.&/.&/) !/ (2) Temperature control knob (3) AUTO (automatic control) button (4) OFF button (5) Mode selection button (6) Air intake control button (7) Rear window defroster button (8) Front windshield defroster button (9) A/C (Air conditioning) button (10) LCD display OIB044078 %# .Automatic climate control system (if equipped)  (1) Fan speed control knob -.-(+.

fan speeds.Mode selection button System is controlled by setting the .&/) !/ Automatic heating and air condi. Turn the temperature control knob temperature to 23°C (73°F). tioning select any button of the following: The Automatic Climate Control . If the temperature is set to the lowest setting (LO). The modes. to the desired temperature. use the AUTO button and set the 2. air intake and air-conditioning will be controlled automatically by the temperature set- ting you select.)/.-(+. %# .-.Front windshield defrost button desired temperature.*. Press the AUTO button. For your convenience and to improve the effectiveness of the climate con- OIB044086 trol. 1. . To turn the automatic operation off.&/.Fan speed control button The selected function will be con- trolled manually while other functions operate automatically.'/"*(+/$. the air conditioning OIB044079 system will operate continuously.-'.

5. the system works desired speed. Set the temperature control to the ing desired position. To improve the effectiveness of heating and cooling: .&/.&/) !/ any knob) except the AUTO button convert to full automatic control of while using automatic operation.-'. Set the fan speed control to the In this case. buttons other than the AUTO button. turn the air conditioning system on.'/"*(+/$. 6. sequentially according to the order of buttons selected.-(+.)/. The heating and cooling system can 4. Press the AUTO button in order to -. Set the air intake control to the be controlled manually by pressing outside (fresh) air position. 3. If air conditioning is desired. Never place anything near the sensor located to ensure better control of the 2.Heating: .*. 1. Set the mode to the desired posi- heating and cooling system. the the system. tion.  When pressing any button (or turning 7. Start the engine. OIB044080 functions not selected will be con- i Information trolled automatically.Cooling: %#% . Manual heating and air condition.

)/.&/.-.*. (if equipped) (if equipped) OIB044067 %# .-(+.'/"*(+/$.&/) !/ Mode selection OIB044081 The mode selection button controls the direction of the air flow through the ventilation system.-'.

)/.face ( ) + floor ( ) mode Floor-Level (A. Additionally. Face-Level (B.'/"*(+/$. C. Also you may select 2~3 modes at  the same time for desired air flow. D) . outlet can be controlled to direct the air discharged from the outlet.-'.face ( ) + floor ( ) + floor. each windshield.*. E) Defrost-Level (A. Most of the air flow is directed to the defrost ( ) mode windshield with a small amount of air directed to the side window defrosters.&/. D) Air flow is directed toward the upper Most of the air flow is directed to the body and face.&/) !/ . D. D) Most of the air flow is directed to the . %# .face ( ) + defrost ( ) mode OIB044082 . -.-(+.floor ( ) + defrost ( ) mode Defrost-Level (A.

ed air position.)/.&/. using the thumbwheel.-'. OIB044092 The temperature will increase or Instrument panel vents decrease by 0. %# .*. The temperature will decrease to the minimum (LO) by turning the knob to the left. the air condition- can be opened or closed separately ing will operate continuously. you can adjust the direction of air delivered from these vents using the vent control lever as shown.&/) !/ ■ Front Temperature control Air intake control OIB044094 ■ Rear OIB044086 OIB044084 The temperature will increase to the This button is used to select the out- maximum (HI) by turning the knob to side (fresh) air position or recirculat- the right.5°C/1°F each time you turn the knob.'/"*(+/$. Also. When set to the lowest The outlet vents located in the rear temperature setting.-.-(+.

-(+. control resulting in an accident.)/. position selected. control system operation in the recirculated air position (without Outside (fresh) air position the air conditioning selected) The indicator light on the may allow humidity to increase button will turn off when inside the vehicle which may fog the outside (fresh) air the glass and obscure visibility.&/) !/ through the heating sys. cooled according to the • Continued use of the climate function selected. %# .-'.'/"*(+/$. air that may cause loss of vehicle from passenger com.&/. • Do not sleep in a vehicle with air With the outside (fresh) conditioning or heating system air position selected. air on. With the recirculated air cause drowsiness or sleepiness.*. function selected. control system operation in the selected will result in excessively dry tion is selected. recirculated air position can air in the passenger compartment. It may cause serious harm enters the vehicle from or death due to a drop in the outside and is heated or oxygen level and/or body tem- cooled according to the perature. outside (fresh) air position as tem and heated or much as possible while driving.Recirculated air position i Information WARNING The indicator light on the Prolonged use of the air conditioning button illuminates when • Continued use of the climate with the recirculated air position the recirculated air posi. position is selected.  partment will be drawn Set the air intake control to the -.

-'.&/.)/. climate control system. %# .*. You can still knob to the left to decrease fan minate) and off.'/"*(+/$. operate the mode and air intake but- speed and air flow.-(+.-. tons with the ignition switch in the ON position. Turn the the system on (indicator light will illu.&/) !/ Fan speed control Air conditioning OFF mode OIB044083 OIB044087 OIB044088 Turn the knob to the right increase Push the A/C button to manually turn Push the OFF button to turn off the the fan speed and air flow.

In this case. 3. %# . Set the air intake control to the desired speed. turn air position. desired position. maximum comfort. However. Set the temperature control to the trol to the fresh air position when 3. Select the Face Level mode. 4. Set the fan speed control to the help keep the driver alert and com. from entering the car through the are filled with a R-134a refrigerant. Select the Floor Level mode. Start the engine.-(+.)/. the irritation has passed. Set the fan speed control to the set the temperature control to the desired speed. set the air intake con. 2. Adjust the fan speed control and outside (fresh) air position.&/. recirculated air position. When maximum cooling is desired.'/"*(+/$. fortable. Return the con. -.System operation Operation Tips Air conditioning (if equipped) Ventilation • To keep dust or unpleasant fumes HYUNDAI Air Conditioning Systems 1. Set the mode to the Face Level desired position. speed control to the highest speed.*. 4. lowest setting (LO) then set the fan 5. and 5. If dehumidified heating is desired. ventilation system. speed to the desired position. select the Front Defroster mode. Set the air intake control to the on the air conditioning system. Set the temperature control to the desired temperature.  4. 2. Set the air intake control to the the air intake control to the recircu- outside (fresh) air position. 2. change the trol to the fresh air position and fan 1. This will mode. adjust the temperature control to temperature control to maintain 3.-'. temporarily set 1. lated air position. turn the air conditioning system (if equipped) on. lated air position will excessively Heating dry the air. If the windshield fogs up.&/) !/ • To prevent inside of the windshield prolonged operation of the recircu- from fogging. Push the air conditioning button.

monitor the temperature gauge and that of the windshield could direct sunlight during hot weather.&/) !/ NOTICE Air conditioning system operation • If you operate air conditioner tips excessively.-(+.-. heating.)/. In this case. %# . ing system off if the engine tempera. causing loss to let the hot air inside the vehicle tures are high. decrease the humidity inside the vehicle by operating the air conditioning system with the win- dows closed.'/"*(+/$. closely while driving up hills or in cause the outer surface of the open the windows for a short time heavy traffic when outside tempera. recirculated air to the fresh outside ture gauge indicates engine over. Continue to use the • After sufficient cooling has been the position and fan speed blower fan but turn the air condition. achieved.-'. switch back from the control to the lower speed. the difference between When using the air conditioning sys. tem operation may cause engine mode selection knob or button to overheating. • To help reduce moisture inside of the windows on rainy or humid days. Air conditioning sys. the temperature of the outside air • If the vehicle has been parked in tem. windshield to fog up. of visibility.&/.*. air position. set the escape. • Use the air conditioning system every month only for a few minutes to ensure maximum system per- formance.

pressor and abnormal system opera- We recommend the climate control air tion may occur.  Therefore. air filter core 1LDA5047 Climate control air filter i Information This filter is installed behind the glove It is important that the correct type box.-(+.System maintenance If the air flow rate suddenly decreas. Otherwise. damage to the com- heating and air conditioning system. Overfilling also has a bad influence on the air condi- tioning system.&/) !/ found.)/. we recommend the system be conditioner refrigerant and com- checked at an authorized HYUNDAI pressor lubricant Outside air dealer. if abnormal operation is -.-'. more frequent air conditioner filter inspec- tions and cleaning are required. When the amount of refrigerant is Recirculated low. and amount of oil and refrigerant is tants that enter the vehicle through the used. It filters the dust or other pollu. we recommend that the system Blower be inspected by an authorized Heater core Climate control Evaporator HYUNDAI dealer. the performance of the air con- air ditioning is reduced.*. Checking the amount of air es. If the car is being driven in severe conditions such as dusty or rough roads. %# .'/"*(+/$.&/. filter be cleaned according to the maintenance schedule.

WARNING the air conditioning sys.-(+. rear win- damage to the vehicle and personal windshield could cause the outer dow. We recommend the air conditioning lower speed.'/"*(+/$. • For maximum defrosting. The dif. Do not use the or position while defrosting or defogging. set iced by trained and certi.&/) !/ Windshield defrosting and defog. tion. causing loss of visibility. and injury may occur. otherwise of the outside air and that of the ice from the windshield. the correct type and amount of oil ference between the temperature • Before driving.*. clear all snow and and refrigerant is used.-. Set • Clear all snow and ice from the the mode selection to the hood and air inlet at the buttom of position and fan speed control to a the windshield. system be serviced by an authorized • If the engine temperature is still HYUNDAI dealer. It is important that extremely humid weather.)/. then a brief engine warm up period may be required for the vented air flow to become warm or hot. during cooling operation in the mode to the floor-defrost posi- fied technicians. • If warm air to the floor is desired tem should only be serv.&/. cold after starting. set the WARNING ging temperature control to the extreme right/hot position and the fan speed Because the refrigerant control to the highest speed. surface of the windshield to fog all side windows. %# .-'. up. is at very high pressure. outside rear view mirrors.

Select desired fan speed. The air-conditioning will turn on ed automatically.Manual climate control system Automatic climate control system To defog inside windshield  -. Set the fan speed to the highest OIB044089 (extreme right) position. 1. Select the position. Additionally. 2. The outside (fresh) air will be select. 2. %#% .-(+.'/"*(+/$. Select desired fan speed. 3. The outside (fresh) air and air con. 4.*. 3.)/. temperature. 4. Set the temperature to the 2. If the air conditioning and outside (fresh) air position are not selected automatically. Press the defroster button ( ). Select desired temperature. the air ditioning (if equipped) will be according to the detected ambient conditioning (if equipped) will auto. 4. outside (fresh) air matically operate if the mode is position and higher fan speed will selected to the or position.&/) !/ OIB044077 OIB044076 To defrost outside windshield To defog inside windshield 1. 3.&/. press the correspon- ding button manually.-'. 1. Select the or position. extreme hot position. Select desired temperature. be selected automatically. selected automatically.

Also. OIB044090 OIB044099 1.-(+.-. The air-conditioning will turn on according to the detected ambient temperature and outside (fresh) air position will be selected auto- matically. automatically. %# .*.)/.&/) !/ If the air-conditioning.'/"*(+/$. position. outside (fresh) To defrost outside windshield Clean air (if equipped) air position and higher fan speed are not selected automatically. extreme hot (HI) position. If the position is selected. adjust the corresponding button or knob manu- ally. 4. lower fan speed is adjusted to higher fan speed.-'. lower fan speed is adjusted to higher fan speed. the clean air function turns off 3. Set the fan speed to the highest When the ignition switch is in the ON position. Set the temperature to the on automatically. If the position is selected. when the ignition switch turns to the OFF position. the clean air function turns 2. Press the defroster button ( ).&/.

the  fire and/or explode if the vehicle is items may fly out of the compart- exposed to hot temperatures for -.'/"*(+/$. or other flam. they strike the driver or a passen- ger. valuables in the storage compart- ment. These items may catch quickly.&/.-(+. do not leave pull up the lever. Items inside your propane cylinders.&/) !/ ment and may cause an injury if extended periods.&'%)$*%$)'*"' Center console storage WARNING WARNING Flammable materials ALWAYS keep the storage com- partment covers closed securely Do not store cigarette lighters. If you have to stop or turn vehicle.-'.)/. while driving. or if there is a crash.*. OIB044020 NOTICE To open the center console storage. %# . vehicle are moving as fast as the mable/explosive materials in the vehicle. To avoid possible theft.

Close the glove box after use. When the cool box is not used.&/. OIB044021 OIB044022 • If the climate control system tem- To open the glove box. cooling will be reduced.*. ALWAYS close the glove box door 3. %# . 2.)/.&/) !/ Glove box Cool box (if equipped) WARNING Do not put perishable food in the cool box because it may not main- tain the necessary consistent tem- perature to keep the food fresh.'/"*(+/$.-(+.-. turn the switch (1) to the closed An open glove box door can cause position. even if the passenger is wearing a seat belt. serious injury to the passenger in an accident. Turn the open/close switch (1) of WARNING the vent installed in the glove box to the open position. warm or hot air will open. hot position. after use.-'. pull the lever You can keep beverage cans or other perature control is in the warm or and the glove box will automatically items cool in the glove box. i Information • If the vent is blocked by items in the coolbox. Turn on the air conditioning. 1. flow into the glove box.

possibly injuring the  passengers in the vehicle. %# . Such objects can be thrown from the holder in the event of a sudden stop or an accident. back into position.Sunglass holder (if equipped) WARNING • Do not keep objects except sun- glasses inside the sunglass holder.)/.-(+.&/) !/ • Do not open the sunglass holder while the vehicle is moving. Make sure the sun- glass holder is closed while driving. the cover and the holder will slowly • Do not put the glasses forcibly open. Place your sunglasses in the into a sunglass holder. push are jammed in holder. open it forcibly when the glasses To close the sunglass holder.&/. It may compartment door with the lenses cause personal injury if you try to facing out.*.'/"*(+/$. The rear view mirror of the vehicle OIB044023 can be blocked by an open sun- To open the sunglass holder.-'. press glass holder. -.

'/"*(+/$.)/. injury or accidents.-.&/. OIB044039 To set the time: OIB044038 The ignition switch must be in the ACC position or the ON position.-'.*. 2. Set the clock by using the TUNE control and cause severe personal knob.-(+. Press the SETUP CLOCK button. Select "Clock" → "Clock Settings" Do not adjust the clock while driv- by using the TUNE knob.&/) !/ ("'*)(%)*$' )*& Clock (if equipped) Digital clock (if equipped) WARNING Do not adjust the clock while driv- ing. %# . WARNING 1. You may lose your steering control and cause severe personal injury or accidents. ing. You may lose your steering 3.

To change the 12 hour format to the 24 hour format. to prevent spilling your drink.&/.. if the "H" and "M" but. you could be ton is pressed when the time is 10:15 burned. It may explode.m.. the clock but- hot liquid while the vehicle is in tons operate as follows: motion. • M (Minute) OIB044026 Press the "M" button to advance the Cups or small beverage cans may be WARNING time displayed by one minute.*.&/) !/ time displayed by one hour. When the ignition switch is in the etc. hot liquid spills. the display will change to 22:15 er could cause loss of vehicle control resulting in an accident.-'. press the "H" and • Avoid abrupt starting and brak- "M" button simultaneously for more ing when the cup holder is in use than 4 seconds.)/. cans.Whenever the battery terminals or Cup holder (Continued) related fuses are disconnected. bottles. If For example. (Continued) %# . Such a burn to the driv- p. Keep cans or bottles out of direct • Display conversion sun light and do not put them in a WARNING hot vehicle. Injuries may result in the • H (Hour) event of sudden stop or colli- sion. in the cup holder containing ACC or ON position. holders.  Press the "H" button to advance the • Only use soft cups in the cup -. Hard objects can injure you in an accident. placed in the cup holders.'/"*(+/$. you must reset the time.-(+. • Do not place uncovered or unsecured cups.

This may damage the cup holder.&/) !/ NOTICE Sunvisor WARNING • Keep your drinks sealed while driv. ■ Driver’s side ing to prevent spilling your drink. vehicle's electrical/electronic sys- tem and damage electrical/elec- tronic parts.&/. do not dry the cup holder at high tem- perature.-'. • When cleaning spilled liquids.-.-(+.)/. A mirror (if equipped) and ticket hold- er (if equipped) is provided on the sunvisor. do not block your liquid spills. it may get into the view when using the sunvisor. %# .*. If For your safety.'/"*(+/$. OIB044027 ■ Passenger’s side OIB044028 Use the sunvisor to shield direct light through the front or side windows.

devices should draw less than 180W (Watt) with the engine running.)/. • Some electronic devices can cause electronic interference when plugged into a vehicle’s power out- WARNING let. let or touch the power outlet with a (Continued) wet hand.) into a power out. The • Close the cover when not in use. • Only use 12V electric accessories which are less than 180W (Watt) in OIB044029 electric capacity. These devices may cause excessive audio static and mal- Avoid electrical shocks. Do not functions in other electronic sys- place your fingers or foreign tems or devices used in your vehi- objects (pin. and cause system malfunction.Power outlet (if equipped) NOTICE (Continued) • Push the plug in as far as it will go. %# .'/"*(+/$. etc. The current from  the battery may flow into the vehi- could cause the battery to dis- -. • Adjust the air-conditioner or heater to vide power for mobile telephones or the lowest operating level when other devices designed to operate using the power outlet.&/) !/ cle's electrical/electronic system charge. with vehicle electrical systems. cle.&/. To prevent damage to the Power If good contact is not made. engine is running and remove the • Plug in battery equipped electri- accessory plug after use.-'. The power outlet is designed to pro.-(+.*. the outlet: plug may overheat or the internal • Use the power outlet only when the temperature fuse may open. Using cal/electronic devices with reverse the accessory plug for prolonged periods of time with the engine off current protection.

&/) !/ Clothes hanger (if equipped) Shopping bag holder Floor mat anchor(s) (if equipped) (if equipped) OIB044031 OFS040126 These hangers are not designed to OIB044032 hold large or heavy items.*. The anchors on the front than 3 kg (7 lbs. %# .).-'. It may cause dam.-(+.)/. sliding forward. In an accident it may cause vehicle damage or personal injury.&/.-. ALWAYS use the Floor Mat Anchors NOTICE to attach the front floor mats to the WARNING Do not hang a bag weighing more vehicle.'/"*(+/$. clothes. floor carpet keep the floor mats from Do not hang other objects except age to the shopping bag holder.

*.)/. HYUNDAI recommends that the HYUNDAI floor mat designed for use in your vehicle be installed.Your vehicle was manufactured with driver's side floor mat anchors that are designed to securely hold the floor mat in place. vehicle's floor mat anchors.'/"*(+/$. mat should be installed in each ed or removed. all-weather Use the cargo area cover to hide rubber mat on top of a carpeted items stored in the cargo area. Do not put luggage on the cover floor mat). %#% . Such objects the vehicle.-(+. Cargo area cover (if equipped) WARNING WARNING The following must be observed • Do not place objects on the when installing ANY floor mat to cargo area cover. may be thrown about inside the • Ensure that the floor mats are vehicle and possibly injure vehi- cle occupants during an acci- securely attached to the vehi- cle's floor mat anchor(s) before dent or braking. position. Only a single floor since it may be damaged or mal- The cargo area cover can be upright.&/) !/ • Do not use ANY floor mat that the luggage compartment. It is cannot be firmly attached to the designed for luggage only. OIB044033 • Do not stack floor mats on top of NOTICE one another (e.  driving the vehicle.-'. • Never allow anyone to ride in -. To avoid any interference with pedal operation.g. IMPORTANT . formed.&/.

can cause If the vehicle has a roof rack.-'. Severe wind WARNING updrafts. be higher when items are loaded tions to make sure the cargo does onto the roof rack. be sure not to position cargo rack and cause damage to your onto the roof rack in such a way that ROOF 70 kg (154 lbs. caused by passing vehi- OIB044190 cles or natural causes.-(+. large. cause the items to fall off the roof secure the load firmly.) vehicle or others around you. This is maximum weight that can be especially true when carrying loaded onto the roof rack.*. take the necessary precau.'/"*(+/$. flat items such as wood pan- i Information Distribute the load as evenly as els or mattresses.-. check fre- excess of the specified weight quently before or whilst driving to limit on the roof rack may dam. (Continued) %# . loaded on the roof rack. make sure the items on the roof age your vehicle. width. roof. braking. starts. RACK EVENLY DISTRIBUTED it could interfere with sunroof opera. you can • The following specification is the sudden upward pressure on items load cargo on top of your vehicle. Avoid sudden not damage the roof of the vehicle.&/) !/ *'*)(%)*$' )*& Roof rack (if equipped) NOTICE (Continued) • When carrying cargo on the roof • The vehicle centre of gravity will rack.&/. sharp turns. This could possible onto the roof rack and If the vehicle is equipped with a sun. rack are securely fastened. abrupt • When carrying large objects on the manoeuvres or high speeds that roof rack. make sure they do not may result in loss of vehicle control exceed the overall roof length or or rollover resulting in an accident. • To prevent damage or loss of tion. • Always drive slowly and turn cor- ners carefully when carrying items on the roof rack.)/. Loading cargo or luggage in cargo whilst driving.

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&%#$%" &$# # $ #$ NOTICE AUX. happens. cosmetic oil. your vehicle’s audio connected to the power outlet. USB and iPod® port i Information • If you install an aftermarket HID When using a portable audio device head lamp. fume. hand cleaner. portable audio device. from contacting the interior parts because they may cause damage or discoloration. and air freshener h iPod® is a trademark of Apple Inc. OIB044091 You can use an AUX port to connect audio devices and an USB port to plug in an USB and also in an iPod® port. use the power source of the • Prevent chemicals such as per. If this function. ! . may occur during playback. noise and electronic device may mal. sun cream.

But it casting service. turn it clockwise.  tic blanking cover) system. rattling & improper radio oper- • Before entering a place with a low ation. be sure that the antenna available with an authorized antenna is removed. it not supply radio main cable. This antenna is a removable type. authorized HYUNDAI dealer. To install the NOTICE Roof antenna antenna. we recommend to use could be removed when parking the feeder cable available with an the vehicle. We recommend to use the height clearance.Antenna counterclockwise. wind NOTICE noise. and will OIB044036 • When reinstalling your antenna. Some models do not have audio (plas. • Be sure to remove the antenna before washing the vehicle in an i Information automatic car wash or it may be damaged. Thus if &%#$%" &$# n Type B is important that it is fully tightened you want to insert Aftermarket audio and adjusted to the upright position or OEM audio to listen radio broad- to ensure proper reception. HYUNDAI dealer. turn it ! . Installation of aftermarket antenna n Type A may result in water leakage. To remove the antenna. OIB045191 Your car uses a roof antenna to receive both AM and FM broadcast signals.

pressed for less than 0. • Press the button to mute the RADIO mode sound. Press the MODE button to select Radio. OIB044037 If the SEEK/PRESET button is n Type B pressed for 0.&%#$%" &$# Steering wheel audio control NOTICE RADIO mode (if equipped) It will function as the PRESET STA- Do not operate audio remote control n Type A buttons simultaneously. OIB044168 If the SEEK/PRESET button is The steering wheel audio control but. if equipped) will work as follows in each mode. it ton is installed to promote safe driving. CD (Compact Disc) or AUX SEEK/PRESET ( / ) (2) (Auxiliary. it MUTE (4. It will function as the AUTO SEEK • Press the button to turn off the select button. • Press the down button (-) to MODE (3) decrease volume. CDP mode VOLUME (VOL +/-) (1) It will function as the TRACK • Press the up button (+) to increase UP/DOWN button. buttons is included in the following pages in this chapter. call. ! . if equipped). volume.8 second. will work as follows in each mode. TION select buttons. It will SEEK until you microphone during a telephone release the button. CDP mode Detailed information for audio control It will function as the FF/REW button.8 second or more.

JBM002  AM broadcasts can be received at &%#$%" &$# JBM001 greater distances than FM broad- AM and FM radio signals are broad. in some cases the signal coming to your vehicle may not be strong and clear. bridges or other large obstructions in the area.How vehicle audio works This can be due to factors. They are intercepted quencies. These long distance. they ers. In addition. reached your vehicle. curve around obstructions resulting When a strong radio signal has in better signal coverage. the precise engineering of your audio system ensures the best possible quality reproduction. travelling straight. low by the radio antenna on your vehicle. frequency radio waves can follow the This signal is then processed by the curvature of the earth rather than radio and sent to your vehicle speak. However. casts. such as AM reception the distance from the radio station. FM reception closeness of other strong radio sta- tions or the presence of buildings. This is because AM radio cast from transmitter towers located waves are transmitted at low fre- around your city. ! .

FM signals are stronger station. FM broadcasts generally begin to fade. the clearest signal. If this occurs. When this occurs.As your vehicle moves • Station Swapping .&%#$%" &$# FM radio station JBM003 JBM004 JBM005 FM broadcasts are transmitted at • Fading . This is because begin to fade within short distances we suggest that you select another your radio is designed to lock onto from the station. direct and reflected signal from the same station. the weakens. The following conditions are fluttering noises to occur. or by signals from two stations with close frequencies. This can be caused by a trouble: effect until the disturbance clears.Weak FM signals or large obstructions between the stronger signal. select another station with a tains. • Multi-Path Cancellation . select another station until the condition has passed. !! . If this occurs. to undesirable or unpleasant listen- ing conditions which might lead you transmitter and your radio can dis. Also.Radio sig- to believe a problem exists with your turb the signal causing static or nals being received from several radio. Reducing directions can cause distortion or normal and do not indicate radio the treble level may lessen this fluttering. may begin to play. moun. and obstructions.As an FM signal high frequencies and do not bend to away from the radio station. Because signal will weaken and sound will signal near the same frequency of this. This can lead • Flutter/Static . another more powerful follow the earth's surface. easily affected by buildings.

Some copy protected CDs.Playing an Incompatible Copy MPEG2 Audio Layer3 Audio as benzene and thinner. which do Windows Media Audio Ver 7. other information.Caring for disc • Depending on the type of CD. i Information MPEG1 Audio Layer3 • Do not apply volatile agents.X • To prevent the disc surface from CD standards (Red Book). hold CDs by the play on your car audio. not the CD player. open the car windows to venti. such circumstances. properly recognized or play without it from the center to the outside properly displaying file names or edge).5 Audio Layer3  made for analogue disc onto CDs. your audio system. may not getting damaged. • Make certain only CDs are insert- ed into the CD player (Do not insert more than one CD at a time). the manufacturing companies. • Keep CDs in their cases after use to protect them from scratches or dirt. that inabilities to properly play a copy hFile formats that do not comply • Clean the disc surface with a piece protected CD may indicate that the with the above formats may not be of soft cloth before playback (wipe CD is defective. Please note edges or the center hole only.X &%#$%" &$# not comply with international audio & 8. In • Supported Audio Formats late before using the system. certain CDs may • If the temperature inside the car is too not operate normally according to high. MP3 File Information R/CD-RW CDs. File System ISO 9660 Level 2 Use CDs that are created only by Romeo / Juliet (128 characters) lawful means. • Do not damage the disc surface or attach pieces of sticky tape or paper. continued • It is illegal to copy and use use may cause malfunctions to ISO 9660 Level 1 MP3/WMA files without permission. normal cleaners and magnetic sprays Protected Audio CD Compression MPEG2. ! . such .

File name: Maximum 64 English 80 48 48 160 folders and files characters 96 56 56 192 . Text Display (Based on Unicode) BIT RATE(kbps) 64 40 40 128 3. Special characters and Symbols : Layer3 Layer3 Layer3 High Range 986 characters • This device only recognizes files 32 8 8 48 with MP3/WMA extensions. Supported Bitrates (Kbps) occur depending on the bitrate. Maximum number of recognized .000 files hUsing the scroll feature allows you 160 96 96 for USB to see the entire name of files with 192 112 112 h There are no limitations to the names that are too long to be dis- 224 128 128 number of recognized folder levels played at once. Other h Languages other than Korean and 40 16 16 64 file extensions may not be properly English (including Chinese) are 48 24 24 80 recognized. 6.5 WMA 44100 22050 11025 32000 48000 24000 12000 44100 3000 16000 8000 48000 ! . • Language Support differences in sound quality will (Unicode Support) 1.File : 999 files for CD.Folder : 255 folders for CD. 256 144 144 320 160 160 2.000 . not included.&%#$%" &$# • Support for Compressed Files • For MP3/WMA compression files.Folder name: Max 32 English 112 64 64 folders for USB characters 128 80 80 .5 WMA rienced with higher bitrates. (Higher sound quality can be expe.) 2. English: 94 characters MPEG1 MPEG2 MPEG2. Sampling Frequencies (Hz) MPEG1 MPEG2 MPEG2. 1. 56 32 32 96 3. 2.

(Languages other than Korean and English are not supported and are displayed as blank. then plays the com. Though product mal. may be required for the device to MP3/WMA files is prohibited by check whether the session state is law. When naming files with itation. ! . In all cases except when creating discs that do not satisfy related the audio CD. could result in product malfunc- ing the disc. Unauthorized use or duplication of music files are prohibited by law. close session option before creat. Playing MIXED CDs: First plays 1. Playing multisession CDs: Plays in closed (approximately 25 sec- order of sessions onds). &%#$%" &$# 2. Changing the MP3/WMA file .• Compatibility by Disc Type • Precautions upon Writing CDs 5. other extensions to MP3/WMA Different from Extra CDs. functions will not occur.) 4. then plays the com. some time 6. Playing EXTRA CDs: First plays the audio CD. 3. check the standards and/or specifications pressed file(s). 3.MIXED CD : CD type in which be required depending on the  both MP3 and audio CD files are number of folders or files.Multisession CD CD type that extensions or changing files of includes more than two sessions. (Additional time may also . Prolonged use of CD-R/CD-RW 1. session CDs are recorded by sessions and have no media lim.) recognized in one disc. multi- may result in product malfunction. Unauthorized use or duplication of pressed file(s). write using only Korean and English. MP3/WMA file extensions. tion. 2. multisession discs.

a separate external antenna must be fitted. k If no song file is contained in the try to operate mobile devices as far folder. NOTE: way radio Order of playing files (folders) : When a cellular phone is used inside 1. ! . WARNING Do not use a cellular phone while driving. noise may be produced sequentially. When a cellular phone or a radio set is used with an internal antenna alone. Stop at a safe location to use a cellular phone. NOTICE When using a communication system such as a cellular phone or a radio set inside the vehicle.&%#$%" &$# Using a cellular phone or a two. it may interfere with the vehicle's electrical system and adversely affect safe operation of the vehicle. Folder playing order : mean that something is wrong with the audio equipment. from the audio system. Song playing order : to the vehicle. from the audio equipment as possible. In such a case. This does not 2. that folder is not displayed.

• Heed caution not to spill water or ume to a suitable levels before turn- introduce foreign objects into the ing off the device. fire. Use the den output of extreme volume upon contacting the dashboard because phone feature after parking the turning the device on could lead to they may cause damage or discol- vehicle. First park the vehicle before operat- lead to traffic accidents. Driving in a • Placing the audio system within an or electric shock. outside of the vehicle. allow the driver to hear sounds from acts could result in accidents. ! . ing the device. • In case of product malfunction. Staring at the screen for ages may lead to system malfunc- of attention to external surroundings. oration. Such acts could lead to (Continued) smoke. please • Do not disassemble. hearing impairment. Such After Service center. result in noise interference. or product malfunc- tion. fire. contact your place of purchase or • Adjust the volume to levels that or modify the audio system. A sud. Spilling bever- could lead to accidents due to a lack driving. assemble.  may lead to a lack of attention of • Pay attention to the volume setting • Prevent caustic solutions such as &%#$%" &$# traffic conditions and increase the when turning the device on. NOTICE (Continued) WARNING • Do not place beverages close to Operating the device while driving • Do not stare at the screen while the audio system. (Adjust the vol. prolonged periods of time could tion. perfume and cosmetic oil from likelihood of accidents. state where external sounds cannot electromagnetic environment may • Using the phone while driving be heard may lead to accidents.) device.

in noise while playing. such discs may still oper- ing times may occur depending on ate but will do so abnormally. the center hole to prevent damages trying using a different CD as con- to disc surfaces. tinued use may result in malfunc- • Do not introduce foreign substances tions.) the disc manufacturer. If problems persist. such as record sprays. CDs may not function in the device. into the disc insert/eject slot. (Continued) ! . bearing the following logo marks.&%#$%" &$# i Information (Continued) (Continued) . octagon- • This device has been manufactured cloth. RW Drive Software. (However. copy CD-R. Such discs may also result the disc will automatically be re- antistatic sprays. scratches. • The performance of this product Introducing foreign substances may differ depending on the CD- could damage the device interior. method and the record method as CDs with labels) • Hold discs by their edges or within used by the user. shaped) as such discs could lead to to be compatible with software malfunctions. • When using CD-R/CD-RW discs. • The use of CD-R/CD-RW discs attached with labels may result in • If the disc is straddled on the disc • Do not clean discs with chemical disc slot jams or difficulties in disc slot without removal for 10 seconds. heart-shaped. benzene. • Some CD-R/CD-RW discs may not • Only genuine audio CDs are sup- • After using a disc. put the disc back properly operate depending on the ported. production (Continued) method and the recording method as used by the user.Using the discs • Clean fingerprints and dust off the • Do not use abnormally shaped discs disc surface (coated side) with a soft (8cm. inserted into the disc player. production recognition failure (e. removal. differences in disc reading and play. antistatic liquids. Other discs may result in in its original case to prevent disc disc manufacturer. solutions. or thinners. DATA discs cannot be played. • Do not insert two discs simultane.g. • Copy-protected CDs such as S-type ously.

• The device may not recognize the device. • When connecting an external USB function. recognized. i Information (Continued) (Continued) . connecting the USB.  when connecting/disconnecting USB nector with bodily parts or foreign • Do not use the USB I/F to charge &%#$%" &$# devices. size or file ing on the engine.The USB device may not mats. • USB images and videos are not sup- • Heed caution to static electricity • Avoid contact between the USB con. Such dif- may become damaged if it is already • This device recognizes USB devices formatted in FAT 12/16/32 file for. to the device. The USB device formats stored in the USB. USB device if separately purchased recognize the USB is in some states. (Continued) (Continued) ! . of time may result in product mal. depending on the type. the device may not properly • A strange noise may occur when dis. • The device only supports USB is turned on or off with the USB • Some USB devices may not be sup. ported. ported due to compatibility issues. power turned off. This device does not recognize operate properly if the car ignition files in NTFS file format. objects. device connected. Such acts may lead to recognized when connected as an of USB devices within short periods worsened performance or damage external device. Connect the USB direct- (Continued) • Make sure to connect/disconnect ly with the multimedia terminal of external USB devices with the audio the vehicle. batteries or USB accessories that • Encoded MP3 Players will not be • Repeated connecting/disconnecting generate heat. USB hubs and extension cables are being used.Using the USB device • Only products formatted with • The amount of time required to rec- byte/sectors under 64Kbyte will be ognize the USB device may differ • Connect the USB device after turn. ferences in time are not indications connected when the ignition is of malfunctions. devices used to play music files. turned on.

also be used as key be played. as portable disk drives) are connect. such as digital cameras. operation when using formats such ory products that can only files saved to the root drive can as HDD Type.&%#$%" &$# (Continued) (Continued) (Continued) • When using mass storage USB • The device may not support normal • Avoid use of USB mem- devices with separate logical drives. or other electronic nized. Type) may not be properly recog. through various channels.g. (Continued) ! . or SD Memory. AUX/BT or Audio/ USB mode may devices (USB devices not recognized result in pop noises or abnormal • The device may not operate proper.) products may cause damage to the to the USBs. CF. i- work for some mobile devices. ly when using USB HDDs or USBs ed with the device. USB jack. Use of such application programs are installed Management. cellular phones. (e. • The device will not support files chains or mobile phone • Files may not properly operate if locked by DRM (Digital Rights accessories. operation. necting an Adaptor (SD Type or CF • Connecting an MP3 device or phone ly if MP3 Players. • USB memory sticks used by con- • The device may not operate normal. stick type) • The device may not support normal (Continued) operation when using a USB memo- ry type besides (Metal Cover Type) USB Memory. subject to connection failures • Charging through the USB may not caused by vehicle vibrations.

devices. and the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology • iPod® is a registered trademark of the audio system are both active. sound could occur for approximate- &%#$%" &$# such devices are not being used. dis. reset the iPod® cable. make sure to fully insert the teristics of your iPod®/Phone® device. the iPod® device may differ with the the iPod® through the iPod® cable disconnect the power connection orders shown within the audio sys- will charge the iPod® through the before use. iPod to the vehicle with the iPod® • When the iPod® or AUX device power is connected to the power Please charge the iPod® for use. a high pitch • Noise may occur when an iPod® or to versions that do not support com. • For fifth generation iPod® Nano ly 1-2 seconds immediately after connect the device for storage. sound deterioration and distortion. Whenever possible. select the Dock connector or ating the keys. When munication protocols. stopped/ paused. If possible. and try again. connect the nized when the battery level is low.Using the iPod® device • When the EQ features of an exter. effects could overlap and cause properly played. refer to jack to prevent communication your iPod® manual) interference. turn off the EQ Bluetooth® Wireless Technology to cated iPod® cable. EQ and USB. (Continued) (Continued) (Continued) ! . jack. • Skipping or improper operation • If the iPod® malfunctions due to an • When connecting with the iPod® may occur depending on the charac. (To learn more. supplied when purchasing iPod® upon use by connecting with the • iPod mode cannot be operated when /iPhone® products) audio system. • If your iPhone® is connected to both nal device. i Information (Continued) (Continued) . tem. (the cable that is feature within the external device change the sound output (source). the iPod® cannot be recognized due • If the iPod® is connected to the vehi- cle while it is playing.  AUX device is connected. such as the iPod®. the sound may not be Apple Inc. • In order to use the iPod® while oper. In your iPhone®. In such cases. the iPod® may not be recog- connecting. playing the external device • Search/play orders shown within • During ACC ON state. connecting may result in noise. car audio system. iPod® device defect. you must use a dedi.

disconnect the power connection before use. !! .48GHz fre- be restored. play. • Supported within PCs.&%#$%" &$# (Continued) i Information i Information • Some iPod®s may not sync with the . then the sys. various electronic devices. (iPad® operate.) connected.4GHz ~ 2. but only output noise. • When the external device power is • Bluetooth® Handsfree may not be sup- connected to the power jack. What is Bluetooth® ? tem may not properly restore the then AUX mode will automatically • Bluetooth® refers to a short-distance previously operated mode. and auto- • The AUX volume can be controlled motive environments. device which allows the user to con- When an external device is not veniently make phone calls with being used. device will convert the system to • Bluetooth® Handsfree refers to a AUX mode. In such cases. To learn ing the external device may output more about mobile device compatibility. Once the connector is dis. PDAs. the audio system. quency to connect various devices • AUX mode can be used only when within a certain distance. wireless networking technology charging is not supported. connected with the AUX terminal. devices. • Fully insert the AUX cable to the AUX jack upon use. also remove the connec. the previous mode will which uses a 2. allows data to be transmitted at high • Connecting a connector jack to the speeds without having to use a con- AUX terminal without an external nector cable. car VCR. Bluetooth® mobile phones through tor jack.) has been con. If handsfree the Media is removed before the • If an external device connector is Media is recognized. an external audio player (cam.Using the AUX device . Bluetooth® separately from other audio modes. ported in some mobile phones. Bluetooth® phones.Before using the Bluetooth® System depending on its version. noise. external corder. etc. nected.

receive calls and use contacts. Follow these steps to user to conveniently make and Bluetooth® features. try again. Disable the hidden state or turn 3. on the Bluetooth® power prior to phone battery. while driving. unit.Turn the mobile phone power  • Excessive use or operations while or the Bluetooth® power is turned Off/On and try again. turn the Before using Bluetooth®. carefully Bluetooth®.Reboot the Audio System and try • Viewing the screen for prolonged • Bluetooth phone is automatically again. • The Handsfree call volume and quality may differ depending on the mobile phone. • Bluetooth Handsfree is a feature ® that enables drivers to practice safe • Before connecting the head unit • Bluetooth® connection may become driving. and then Refrain from excessive operations searching/connecting with the Head again. pair and • If you do not want automatic con. check to see intermittently disconnected in some with a Bluetooth® phone allows the that the mobile phone supports mobile phones. try again. periods of time.Completely remove the mobile ing practices and result in accidents.When connecting a • Park the vehicle when connecting Bluetooth® phone the head unit with the mobile phone. turn off the Bluetooth® feature with. Delete all paired devices. may differ depending on the model of your mobile phone. &%#$%" &$# driving may lead to negligent driv. off. reboot. ing. found during device searches if the phone has been set to hidden state 2. i Information i Information (Continued) . • Handsfree call quality and volume in your mobile phone. When driv. 5. (Continued) ! . 4. view the screen only for short nection with your Bluetooth® device. the phone will not be Bluetooth® function off/on and try read the contents of this user’s man.Within the mobile phone. Connecting the head unit with the mobile phone. may lead to accidents. periods of time is dangerous and connected when the ignition on. ual. again.Precautions for safe driving . • Even if the phone supports 1.

&%#$%" &$# n Audio Head Unit (For India) : AC112C7GG ! .

press the • Each time the button is shortly pressed (under 0. Media. iPod®. h Press the SCAN key again to continue listen- ing to the current song (file). the number menu is selected.8 sec.Shortly press the key (under 0. Sound.8 seconds): Audio Head Unit SCAN Previews each song (file) for 10 seconds each. • In the Radio. sets screen Off ß Screen On ß Screen Off • Moves focus in all selection menus and selects DISP h Audio operation is maintained and only the screen menus will be turned Off. onds). and Menu pop up h Press the SCAN key again to continue listening screen.8 seconds) : Moves to the Display.Press and hold the key (over 0. ! . iPod®. In the screen Off state. My Music mode 5 seconds each. Setup. • Shortly press the key (under 0. 1 ~ 6 . Phone.8 seconds) : Move to the Time setting screen Displays menus for the current mode. Clock.8 seconds): . press any key to turn the screen On again.#$!"#!$""# !" h Display and settings may differ depending on the Name Description selected audio. • Radio Mode: Saves frequencies (channels) or • Radio Mode receives saved frequencies (channels) . USB. USB.2 RDM : Random 6 for 5 seconds each. USB mode : Folder Search • Radio mode : Changes frequency by turning the knob left/right • CD. knob to play the song. to the current frequency. SETUP System setting modes  CLOCK • Press and hold the key (over 0. • CD. My Music mode .1 RPT : Repeat SCAN Previews the broadcasts saved in Preset 1 ~ (Preset) . &%#$%" &$# MENU h iPod® List : Move to parent category FOLDER • CD MP3. USB.Shortly press the key : Previews each broadcast for • CD. My Music mode: Searches songs (files) by turning the knob left/right Name Description TUNE knob h When the desired song is displayed.

When the pop up screen is displayed. the media pop up screen will MEDIA be displayed when [Mode Pop up] is turned On .&%#$%" &$# Name Description • Each time the key is pressed. h In Setup>Display. My Music modes.Press and hold the key : Rewinds or fast-for- in order of FM1 ß FM2. Ejects the disc. ous song(file) FM/AM • Each time the key is pressed. AUX. iPod®. the mode is changed in order of CD. USB. • Radio Mode : Automatically searches for broad- Name Description cast frequencies. the mode changed . the connec- (if equipped) tion screen is displayed. wards the current song(file) • Power Knob : Turns power On/Off by press- PWR/ ing the knob VOL knob • Volume Knob : Sets volume by turning the knob left/right ! . My Music modes : SEEK TRACK . use the TUNE knob or keys 1 ~ 4 to select the desired mode. USB. iPod®. • Operates Phone Screen PHONE h When a phone is not connected. • CD.Shortly press the key : Moves to next or previ- • Changes to FM mode.

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the number menu is selected. ! . My Music mode 1 ~ 6 h Press the SCAN key again to continue listening . and Menu pop up screen.8 seconds): • Radio Mode: Saves frequencies (channels) or SCAN Previews the broadcasts saved in Preset 1 ~ receives saved frequencies (channels) 6 for 5 seconds each. press the • Radio Mode knob to play the song. • Shortly press the key (under 0. h Press the SCAN key again to continue listen- ing to the current song (file).Shortly press the key : Previews each broadcast • Moves focus in all selection menus and selects for 5 seconds each.&%#$%" &$# Name Description Audio Head Unit • USB. . SETUP System setting modes CLOCK • Press and hold the key (over 0. USB mode : Folder Search • Radio mode : Changes frequency by turning the knob left/right Name Description • USB. Setup.2 RDM : Random to the current frequency. iPod®. • USB. Phone. Media.1 RPT : Repeat (Preset) .Shortly press the key (under 0. Clock.Press and hold the key (over 0. menus . iPod®. My Music mode: Searches songs (files) by turning the knob left/right BACK Go to previous depth(no previous screen) TUNE knob h When the desired song is displayed. My Music mode .8 seconds): SCAN Previews each song (file) for 10 seconds each. MENU h iPod® List : Move to parent category FOLDER • MP3. Sound.8 seconds) : Moves to the Display. • In the Radio.8 seconds) : Move to the Time setting screen Displays menus for the current mode.

sets screen Off ß Screen On ß Screen SEEK . iPod®. Name Description • Each time the key is pressed. AUX.  (if equipped) tion screen is displayed. the connec. My Music modes : seconds). h In Setup>Display.8 • USB. VOL knob • Volume Knob : Sets volume by turning the knob left/right ! .Shortly press the key : Moves to next or previ- TRACK Off ous song(file) DISP h Audio operation is maintained and only the screen . PHONE • Operates Phone Screen h When a phone is not connected.Press and hold the key : Rewinds or fast-for- will be turned Off. the media pop up screen will MEDIA be displayed when [Mode Pop up] is turned On . When the pop up screen is displayed. the mode changed in order of FM1 ß FM2. • Power Knob : Turns power On/Off by press- • Changes to FM mode. &%#$%" &$# • Radio Mode : Automatically searches for broad- Name Description cast frequencies. the mode is changed in order of USB. In the screen Off state. My Music modes. iPod®. PWR/ ing the knob FM/AM • Each time the key is pressed. • Each time the button is shortly pressed (under 0. use the TUNE knob or keys 1 ~ 4 to select the desired mode. press any wards the current song(file) key to turn the screen On again.

AM • Changes to AM mode. use the TUNE knob or keys 1 ~ 4 to select the desired mode. AUX modes. • Each time the key is pressed.&%#$%" &$# Name Description • Changes to FM mode. the mode changed in order of FM1 ß FM2. iPod®. the media pop up screen will be displayed when [Mode Pop up] is turned MEDIA On . ! . h In Setup>Display. the mode is changed in order of USB. FM • Each time the key is pressed. When the pop up screen is displayed.

[Display] through TUNE knob or 1 key Text Scroll [Text Scroll] Set On / Off • On : Maintains scroll  • Off : Scrolls only one (1) time. Sound Settings &%#$%" &$# Press the SETUP key Select [Sound] through TUNE knob or 2 key ! . select the selection mode desired display info from ‘Folder/File’ Display Settings or ‘Album/Artist/Song’.$# Mode Pop up Media Display [Mode Pop up] Changes On / Off When playing an MP3 file. • During On state. press the RADIO SETUP or MEDIA key to display the mode Press the CLOCK key Select change pop up screen.

!! . Treble : Selects the SDVC On/Off by pressing the sound tone. Select menu through TUNE knob through TUNE knob Turn TUNE knob left/right to set Select Speed Dependent Vol. Treble’ and the Sound SETUP Press the CLOCK key Select [Clock] This feature is used to automatically Fader and Balance.&%#$%" &$# Audio Settings Speed Dependent Volume Clock Settings This menu allows you to set the Control ‘Bass. • Default : Restores default settings. h Back : While adjusting values. • Fader. control the volume level according to through TUNE knob or 3 key Select [Audio Settings] Select menu the speed of the vehicle. Turn • Bass. Balance : Moves the sound fader and balance. Middle. pressing the TUNE knob will restore the parent menu. Tune knob. Middle.

Select [Clock Disp.(Pwr Off)] Set On / Off through TUNE knob TUNE knob Press TUNE knob Select [Calendar Settings]] Set through TUNE knob Press • On : Displays time/date on screen TUNE knob • Off : Turn off.Clock Settings Calendar Settings Clock Display when Power is This menu is used to set the time. h Adjust the number currently in focus to make the settings and press the tune knob to move to the next setting. This menu is used to set the date OFF Select [Clock Settings] Set through (MM/DD/YYYY). Select [Time Format] Set 12Hr / 24Hr through TUNE knob ! . (Set in order of Year/Month/Day) Time Format This function is used to set the 12/24 hour time format of the audio system.  h Adjust the number currently in &%#$%" &$# focus to set the [hour] and press the tune knob to set the [minute].

the mobile phone pairing process will automatically be canceled. (for Bluetooth® Wireless h In some mobile phones.&%#$%" &$# Phone Setup Pair Phone ˜ Pairing completion is displayed. ! . As a enabled mobile phones. (Passkey : 0000) h The device name and passkey will be displayed on the screen for up to 3 minutes. you cannot pair your mobile phone while driving the vehicle. To pair a Bluetooth ® Wireless Press the SETUP CLOCK key Select Technology enabled mobile phone. First park your vehicle before use. ˘ Input the passkey displayed on the screen. If pairing is not com- pleted within the 3 minutes. pairing Technology equipped model) NOTICE will automatically be followed by connection. TUNE knob result. h It is possible to pair up to five [Phone] through TUNE knob or authentication and connection Bluetooth® Wireless Technology 4 key Select menu through processes are first required. Select [Pair Phone] Set through TUNE knob ¤ Search for device names as dis- played on your mobile phone and connect.

Phone List ˘ Connect the selected mobile • Changing connection sequence The names of up to 5 paired phones phone. Priority mobile phone • Disconnecting a connected phone ¤ Select [Priority]. played. to connect the most recently con- ˘ Disconnect the selected mobile nected phone. paired mobile phones. nected phone cannot be connect- ed: Attempts to connect in the order ¤ Select a mobile phone that is not played. Select [Phone List] Select [Priority] Select the desired name to setup the ed phone and select a new phone selected phone. &%#$%" &$# [Disconnect Phone] ˜ The changed priority sequence is displayed. . (Priority) will be displayed. ority) of automatic connection for the rently connected phone. 1 phone through TUNE knob Select priority mobile phone will be con- [Connect Phone] nected. phone. 1 priority cannot be ¤ Select the currently connected connected: Automatically attempts mobile phone. disconnect the currently connect. select  phone through TUNE knob Select the phone desired for No. ! . currently connected. the new no. Select [Phone List] Select mobile ˘ From the paired phones. 1 to connect.when the no. This is used to change the order (pri- A [ ] is displayed in front of the cur. .1 priority. through TUNE knob Select No.Cases when the most recently con- ˜ Disconnection completion is dis. h If a phone is already connected. in which paired phones are listed. ˜ Connection completion is dis. • Connecting a phone h Once the connection sequence Select [Phone List] Select mobile (priority) is changed.

Technology enabled handsfree call. Contacts already down. be erased. enabled mobile phone can be played Select [Phone List] Select mobile Select [Contacts Download] Select through the audio system. Contacts Download Audio Streaming ically be changed to No. SEEK TRACK key. NOTICE This is used to set the volume of your • When downloading new Contacts. it h Even while on a call. supported in some mobile phones. This feature is used to download Songs (files) saved in your contacts and call histories into the Bluetooth ® Wireless Technology • Delete audio system. downloading will be discon- disconnected. • If a different operation is performed audio streaming feature may not be h When attempting to delete a currently while Contacts are being down.The connected phone will automat. Outgoing Volume loaded will be saved. • The download feature may not be NOTICE ˘ Delete the selected mobile phone. connected phone. Select [Outgoing Volume] Set vol- • For stable Bluetooth ® Wireless Auto Download ume through TUNE knob Technology communication. Select [Auto Download] Set On / Off through TUNE knob ! . tinued. new Contacts and Call Histories. 1 priority. delete the mobile phone from the audio When connecting a mobile phone. supported in some mobile phones. the phone is first loaded. The Bluetooth® Wireless Technology ˜ Deletion completion is displayed. the volume and also delete the audio from is possible to automatically download can be changed by using the your mobile phone. voice as heard by the other party • When you delete a mobile phone. delete all previously saved while on a Bluetooth ® Wireless the mobile phone contacts will also Contacts before starting download. phone through TUNE knob Select through TUNE knob Select [Audio Streaming] Set On / [Delete] Off through TUNE knob NOTICE ¤ Select the desired mobile phone.&%#$%" &$# .

the system will automatically try to connect the most This feature is used when you do not To use Bluetooth® Wireless Technology recently connected Bluetooth® wish to use the Bluetooth® Wireless when the system is currently off. low these next steps. SETUP Technology through the CLOCK 3)Completely remove the mobile key phone battery. Wireless Technology system off. fol- Wireless Technology mobile phone. mobile phone ON/OFF and try to plays guidance. mobile phone and the audio sys- tem and pair again for use. reboot. Press the PHONE key Screen phones. ! . connect again. ˘ On the screen. h Moves to the screen where &%#$%" &$# 1)Turn the Bluetooth® Wireless Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Technology function within the functions can be used and dis. select YES to turn on Bluetooth® Wireless Technology and display guidance. Follow these next steps to  ed phone and turn the Bluetooth® Guidance try again. and then try SETUP Press the CLOCK key Select [Phone] to connect again. Technology system. through TUNE knob or 3 key 4)Reboot the audio system and try to connect again ¤ A screen asking whether to turn on Bluetooth® Wireless Technology 5)Delete all paired devices in your will be displayed.Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Using the Bluetooth® Wireless h If the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology System Off Technology System system is turned on. 2)Turn the mobile phone power • Turning On Bluetooth® Wireless ON/OFF and try to connect again. tently disconnected in some mobile disconnect the currently connect. Select [Bluetooth System Off] Set NOTICE through TUNE knob • Turning On Bluetooth® Wireless Technology through the PHONE • Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Key connection may become intermit- h If a phone is already connected.

Press the CLOCK key Select [System] through tune knob or 4 Select [Memory Information] OK key The currently used memory is dis- played on the left side while the total system memory is displayed on the right side.&%#$%" &$# System Settings Memory Information Displays currently used memory and SETUP total system memory. ! .

seconds each. through TUNE knob or 1 key • Pressing and holding the key : Saves broadcasts with superior Previews the broadcasts saved in reception to 1 ~ 6 keys. ! . If no Preset 1 ~ 6 for 5 seconds frequencies are received. ! Preset SEEK Selecting through manual search Press the 1 ~ 6 key Turn the TUNE knob left/right to • Shortly pressing the key : Plays the adjust the frequency. • FM : Changes by 200KHz ding key. returns and plays the Press the MENU key Set [A. • Shortly pressing the key : The • Pressing and holding the key : broadcast frequency increases Automatically searches for the next and previews each broadcast for 5 frequency.Store &%#$%" &$# Press the TRACK key SCAN • Shortly pressing the key : Changes Press the SCAN key the frequency. most recently received frequency will be broadcast. frequency saved in the correspon.Store] current broadcast frequency. After scanning all frequencies. • AM : Changes by 10KHz • Pressing and holding the key : Pressing and holding the desired Menu key from 1 ~ 6 will save the currently playing broadcast to the Press the MENU key Select [ selected key and sound a BEEP. Auto Store] through the TUNE  SEEK knob or 1 key SEEK A. then the each.

Repeat hPress RDM again to turn off. MENU key. h Press F.RDM] through the TUNE knob or 2 RDM key to randomly play songs within the current folder. Folder Random h Press the MENU key to turn off info display. In CD mode. Set [ Info] through the TUNE h Press RPT again to turn off. knob or 3 key to display informa- tion of the current song. press knob or 1 RPT key to repeat the cur. h Press RPT again to turn off. press MENU key.&%#$%" &$#  $#!!$ Repeat MENU : MP3 CD / USB Set [ RPT] through the TUNE In MP3 CD / USB mode. Set [ RPT] through the TUNE knob or 1 RPT key to repeat the cur- Information rent song. Random Set [ RDM] through the TUNE knob or 2 RDM key to randomly play songs within the current folder. ! .RDM again to turn off. MENU : Audio CD rent song. Set [ F.

h Press RPT again to turn repeat off. h Press RDM again to turn off. song into My Music.RPT] through the TUNE Set [ Copy] through the TUNE In iPod mode. hThis is used to copy the current h Press F. h Music will not be played while tion of the current song.RDM] through the TUNE copying is in progress. copying is in progress. Set [ Info] through the TUNE knob or 5 key to display informa. knob or 2 RDM key. within the current folder.Folder Repeat Copy MENU : iPod® Set [ F. Plays all songs within the currently playing category in random order. Information while copying is in progress. copy- ing is canceled. ! . iPod®. CD. AUX) knob or 1 RPT key to repeat the cur- rent song. a pop up knob or 4 key to randomly play all songs within the CD. h Press A. press MENU key. h If another media is connected or Set [ RPT] through the TUNE &%#$%" &$# inserted (USB.RDM again to turn off. Random h Press the MENU key to turn off Set [ RDM] through the TUNE info display. h If another key is pressed while Set [ A. asking you whether to cancel Repeat  copying is displayed. You can play the copied Music in My Music All Random mode.RPT again to turn off. knob or 3 key to repeat songs knob or 6 key.

Set [ Info] through the TUNE knob knob or 3 key.&%#$%" &$# Information MENU : My Music Mode Information Set [ Info] through the TUNE In My Music mode. or 3 key. ˘ Press the MENU key and select the delete menu to delete the selected file. info display. h Press RDM again to turn random off. or 2 RDM key. h Press the MENU key to turn off h Press the MENU key to turn off info display. !! . song. • Deletes file from list Random ¤ Select the file you wish to delete Set [ RDM] through the TUNE knob by using the TUNE knob. press MENU key. Search Repeat Delete Set [ Search] through the TUNE Set [ RPT] through the TUNE knob Set [ Delete] through the TUNE knob or 4 key. ent category. will delete the currently playing song. Plays all songs within the currently playing folder in random order. Displays iPod® category list. Displays information of the current Displays information of the current song. • Deletes currently playing file Repeats the currently playing song. knob or 4 key. pressing delete MENU key pressed. or 1 RPT key. h Searching iPod® category is In the play screen. move to par- h Press RPT again to turn repeat off.

ed to the AUX terminal. through the TUNE knob or 6 key.Delete All Delete Selection AUX Set [ Del.  &%#$%" &$# ˘ After selecting. ! . Songs within My Music are selected terminal. and deleted. press the MENUkey and select the delete menu. you can also press the MEDIA key to change to AUX mode. AUX mode will automatically start ¤ Select the songs you wish to when an external device is connect- delete from the list. i Information .Sel] AUX is used to play external MEDIA knob or 5 key. If an external device is connected. h AUX mode cannot be started unless there is an external device connected to the AUX terminal.All] through the TUNE Press the MENU key Set [ Del. currently connected with the AUX Deletes all songs of My Music.USING THE AUX Fully insert the AUX cable into the AUX terminal for use.

‹ button Raises or lowers speaker volume.&%#$%" &$#  " "#$#$$ "$$ $!#$!"#!$ h The actual feature in the vehicle may differ from the illustration. button ˘ MUTE button Mute the microphone during a call. ! . ˜ button Places and transfers calls. Name Description ¤ VOLUME Raises or lowers speaker volume.

For more information. then a screen showing the mobile phone num- ber. a screen asking whether to download call his- tory is displayed. menus (Call History. Home and office number is  displayed. Contacts. Select the desired num- &%#$%" &$# ber to make the call. (The download fea- ture may not be supported in some mobile phones) ! . played. Call history h If Contacts do not exist.!"$$" Contacts Phone Setup Press the PHONE key Set [ Press the PHONE key Set [ Setup] Contacts] through the TUNE knob or through the TUNE knob or 3 Press the PHONE key to display three 2 RDM key. a screen Press the PHONE key Set [ History] asking whether to download through the TUNE knob or 1 RPT Contacts is displayed. load feature may not be supported The call history is displayed and can in some mobile phones) be used to select a number and make a call. key. to one contact. The Contacts are displayed and can The Bluetooth® Wireless Technology be used to select a number and mobile phone setup screen is dis- make a call. If call history does not exist. Phone Setup). (The down- key. refer to h If more than one number is saved “Phone Setup”.

• Some Bluetooth® Wireless Technology • If the cellular phone signal is poor • Phone contact names should be -enabled phones may not be recog. area.g. store the device in a differ- settings (e. other person’s voice during a call. User’s Manual for phone-side Wireless Technology system or cel. nection. Bluetooth® Wireless Technology operations. usual for additional Bluetooth® Bluetooth® Wireless Technology con- Wireless Technology-related opera. pairing a phone) while underground.&%#$%" &$# i Information (Continued) (Continued) . the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology lular service stations can be dis. (Continued) (Continued) ! .Using the Bluetooth® Wireless • You will not be able to use the • Some cellular phones or other Technology cellular phone hands-free feature when your phone devices may cause interference noise • Do not use a cellular phone or per. in a this case. or the vehicles interior noise is too saved in English or they may not be nized by the system or fully compati.g. turn the Bluetooth® Wireless (Continued) tions. in a tunnel. otherwise Wireless Technology phone will be audio system. ble with the system. Wireless Technology related fea. • If Priority is set upon vehicle igni- • Before using Bluetooth® Wireless • Do not place the phone near or tion(IGN/ACC ON). Technology feature off. (in the car) is outside of the cellular or malfunction to audio system. etc. turbed. tion. loud. the Bluetooth® Technology related features of the inside metallic objects. refer your phone’s communications with Bluetooth® automatically connected. Even if you are outside.). it may be difficult to hear the displayed correctly. phone will be automatically con- • While a phone is connected through nected once you are in the vicinity of • The phone must be paired to the audio system to use Bluetooth® Bluetooth® Wireless Technology your the vehicle. in a mountainous ent location may resolve the condi- driving. phone may discharge quicker than If you do not want automatic tures. In form Bluetooth® Wireless Technology service area (e.

a ( ) icon will appear at the enabled handsfree call will result in top of the screen. information on pairing and connect. mobile phones. this indicates that a (Switch the call back to your mobile Bluetooth® Wireless Technology phone when starting the ignition. refer to the “Phone (Continued) Setup” section. phone will work only when the depending on the communication • Bluetooth® Wireless Technology fea. Technology enabled feature may ing Bluetooth® Wireless Technology differ depending on the mobile enabled mobile phones. refer to the phone. You must connect the device in some Bluetooth® Wireless before use. If a ( ) icon is not the call becoming disconnected.) enabled device has not been con. (Continued) ! . starting the &%#$%" &$# • When a Bluetooth® Wireless ignition while talking through Technology mobile phone is con. For more turning on the Bluetooth® Wireless result in noise interference. displayed. (Methods of electromagnetic environment may connected with the device. Bluetooth® Wireless Technology state.(Continued) (Continued) (Continued) • The hands-free call volume and • Pairing and connecting a Bluetooth® • Bluetooth® Wireless Technology quality may differ depending on the Wireless Technology enabled mobile enabled operation may be unstable mobile phone type. • Some features may not be supported nected. Bluetooth® Wireless Technology nected. • In some mobile phones. tures can be used only when the option within your mobile phone • Placing the audio system within an mobile phone has been paired and has been turned on.)  “Phone Setup” section. For more information on Technology mobile phone and Bluetooth® Wireless Technology devices.

&%#$%" &$# $"  Name Description Name Description Monday Monday Playlists "Playlists" is filtering keyword for Tuesday Tuesday searching mode of playlists for iPod Wednesday Wednesday Songs "Songs" is filtering keyword for Thursday Thursday searching mode of playlists for iPod Friday Friday Audiobooks "Audiobooks" is filtering key- Saturday Saturday word for searching mode of Sunday Sunday playlists for iPod Use tune knob Use tune knob Podcasts "Podcasts" is filtering keyword Volume Volume for searching mode of playlists Max Volume maxinmum for iPod Min Volume mininmum RPT (Repeat) Audio play mode of Reapeat AST (Auto store) Automatically selects and saves FLD. MP3/CD file cur. MP3/CD file Cancel copy Cancel copy mode currently being played File copied Completed File copy Album Album name. MP3/CD file COPY Copy MP3 file to flash memory currently being played for MY MUSIC Title Song name. Search Search files ing mode of playlists for iPod Loading CD Loading CD Composers "Composers" is filtering keyword Reading CD Reading CD for searching mode of playlists Reading Error Reading Error for iPod Mechanism Error Mechanism Error ! . Free Free size of memory rently being played Copy failed Copy failed Genres "Genres" is keyword for search.RDM(Folder Random) Audio play mode of Folder Empty File Empty media file in MY MUSIC Random Info (Information) Information of playing files ALL RDM (All Random) Audio play mode of All Random Artist Artist name.RPT (Folder Repeat) Audio play mode of Folder channels Reapeat No Media Empty media file in CD or USB RDM (Random) Audio play mode of Random No File Empty media file in CD or USB FLD.

Treble. can Over 6000 files. Name Description Name Description Ejecting CD Ejecting CD Setup Setup Audio CD Audio CD Display Setup display mode Track Audio CD song order Mode Pop up This function is used to select Reading Media Reading Media popup menu on or off Not supported Not supported file format Scroll text This function is used to display Empty iPod Empty iPod. iPod don't have characters longer than the LCD playable data text displays Communication Error Communication error between Song Info Setup display information being audio and iPod or usb played Delete Delete the paired phone or files Folder/File Display Folder/file name. It can be adjusted Start the engine engine sound by user ! . Memory is full.All Delete all files Album/Artist/Song Display Album/Artist/Song Del. Delete files Balance Delete files PowerBass This function is used to improve Over 6000 files.Fader and Memory is full. can not be bass sound quality copied not be copied Speed Dependent Vol. cally switchoff after 1 switchoff after 1 hour with igni. Automatically adjust the volume Over 1000 same files Over 1000 same files can not according to the car speed can not be copied be copied Volume Dialogue Adjust volume level of Dialogue System will automati System will automatically Bass Bass is sound of low frequency.Sel Select files to delete name.Middle. file currently being played Return Return menu Sound Setup sound mode List List files or paired phones Audio Settings Setup Audio settings that consist Select Files Select Files BASS.  in MY MUSIC file currently being played &%#$%" &$# Del. It can be adjusted sound by user hour with ignition off tion off Middle Middle is sound of middle fre- Battery discharge Battery discharge Start the quency.

This function is It can be adjusted sound by user used to set exercised value of Fader Fader is sound positon between voice recognition factor FRONT and REAR. Expert Expert mode. This function is device from your phone Technology device from your phone used to set default value of Processing Bluetooth You can use BT System for a voice recognition factor Please try later moment Because BT system is being initialized or processing other command ! . when ignition ON ignition ON System Setup system or system infor Bluetooth not ready You can use BT System for a mation Please wait moment Because BT system is Memory Information Display used memory size being initialized VRS Mode Setup Voice command mode Add a new Bluetooth Add a new Bluetooth® Wireless Normal Normal mode.(Pwr Off) This function is used to select The system will be The system will be rebooted clock display mode in power off rebooted Automatic RDS Time This function is used to set the RDS Please change language Please change language when time automatically.&%#$%" &$# Name Description Name Description Treble Treble is sound of high frequency. It can English(UK) English(UK) be adjusted sound by user Français French Default This function is used to initialize Italiano Italian setting value Español Spanish Clock Setup time Nederlands dutch Clock Settings Enters time advanced settings Svenska swedish Day Settings Enters day advanced settings Dansk Danish Time Format Refer to the time display The Russian time can be displayedin 12 Polski Polish hours or 24 hours Turkish Clock Disp. It can be Language This function is used to select adjusted sound by user user language Balance Balance is sound positon Deutsch Deutsch between Right and Left.

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WARNING
Carbon monoxide (CO) gas is toxic. Breathing CO can cause unconsciousness and death.
Engine exhaust contains carbon monoxide which cannot be seen or smelled.
Do not inhale engine exhaust.
If at any time you smell engine exhaust inside the vehicle, open the windows immediately. Exposure to CO 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, we recommend that the exhaust system be 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. Run the engine only
long enough to start the engine and to move the vehicle out of the garage.
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 control set to high so fresh air is drawn into the interior.
Keep the air intakes clear.
To assure proper operation of the ventilation system, keep the ventilation air intakes located in front of the windshield
clear of snow, ice, leaves, or other obstructions.
If you must drive with the tailgate open:
Close all windows.
Open instrument panel air vents.
Set the air intake control at "Fresh", the air flow control at "Floor" or "Face", and the fan control set to high.

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Before entering the vehicle Before starting • Check the gauges and indicators in
• Be sure all windows, outside mir- • Make sure the hood, the tailgate, the instrument panel and the mes-
ror(s), and outside lights are clean and the doors are securely closed sages on the instrument display
and unobstructed. and locked. when the ignition switch is in the
ON position.
• Remove frost, snow, or ice. • Adjust the position of the seat and
steering wheel. • Check that any items you are car-
• Visually check the tires for uneven rying are stored properly or fas-
wear and damage. • Adjust the inside and outside tened down securely.
• Check under the vehicle for any rearview mirrors.
sign of leaks. • Verify all the lights work.
• Be sure there are no obstacles • Fasten your seatbelt. Check that all
behind you if you intend to back up. passengers have fastened their
seatbelts.


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WARNING WARNING (Continued)
You are much more likely to have a
To reduce the risk of SERIOUS NEVER drink or take drugs and serious accident if you drink or take
INJURY or DEATH, take the fol- drive. drugs and drive. If you are drinking
lowing precautions: Drinking or taking drugs and driv- or taking drugs, don’t drive. Do not
• ALWAYS wear your seat belt. ing is dangerous and may result in ride with a driver who has been
All passengers must be properly an accident and SERIOUS drinking or taking drugs. Choose a
belted whenever the vehicle is INJURY or DEATH. designated driver or call a taxi.
moving. For more information, Drunk driving is the number one
refer to “Seat Belts” in chapter 2. contributor to the highway death
• Always drive defensively. toll each year. Even a small
Assume other drivers or pedes- amount of alcohol will affect your
trians may be careless and reflexes, perceptions and judg-
make mistakes. ment. Just one drink can reduce
• Stay focused on the task of driv- your ability to respond to changing
ing. Driver distraction can cause conditions and emergencies and
accidents. your reaction time gets worse with
each additional drink.
• Leave plenty of space between
you and the vehicle in front of Driving while under the influence
you. of drugs is as dangerous or more
dangerous than driving under the
influence of alcohol.
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Key ignition switch (Continued)
WARNING (if equipped)
This may lead to loss of direc-
To reduce the risk of SERIOUS tional control and braking func-
INJURY or DEATH, take the fol- tion, which could cause an acci-
lowing precautions: dent.
• NEVER allow children or any • Before leaving the driver’s seat,
person who is unfamiliar with always make sure the shift lever
the vehicle to touch the ignition is in 1st gear (for manual
switch or related parts. transaxle vehicle) or P (Park, for
Unexpected and sudden vehicle automatic transaxle vehicle)
movement can occur. position, apply the parking
• NEVER reach through the steer- brake, and turn ignition switch to
ing wheel for the ignition switch, the LOCK position.
or any other control, while the OIB054010 Unexpected vehicle movement 
vehicle is in motion. The pres- may occur if these precautions

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ence of your hand or arm in this WARNING are not followed.
area may cause a loss of vehicle
control resulting in an accident. • NEVER turn the ignition switch
to the LOCK or ACC position
while the vehicle is in motion
except in an emergency. This
will result in the engine turning
off and loss of power assist for
the steering and brake systems.
(Continued)

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Key ignition switch positions
Switch
Action Notice
Position

The ignition key can be removed in the LOCK position. The steering wheel locks to protect the vehi-
LOCK
cle from theft. (if equipped)

Electrical accessories are usable. The steering wheel unlocks.
If difficulty is experienced turning the ignition
ACC switch to the ACC position, turn the key
while turning the steering wheel right and
left to release tension.

This is the normal key position when the engine has started. Do not leave the ignition switch in the ON
All features and accessories are usable. position when the engine is not running to
ON prevent the battery from discharging.
The warning lights can be checked when you turn the ignition
switch from ACC to ON.

To start the engine, turn the ignition switch to the START position. The engine will crank until you release the
START
The switch returns to the ON position when you let go of the key. key.

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Starting the engine Starting the petrol engine i Information
Vehicle with manual transaxle:
• Do not wait for the engine to warm
WARNING 1. Make sure the parking brake is up while the vehicle remains station-
applied. ary.
• Always wear appropriate shoes 2. Make sure the shift lever is in neu-
when operating your vehicle. Start driving at moderate engine
tral. speeds. (Steep accelerating and
Unsuitable shoes, such as high
heels, ski boots, sandals, flip- 3. Depress the clutch and brake ped- decelerating should be avoided.)
flops, etc., may interfere with als. • Always start the vehicle with your
your ability to use the brake, 4. Turn the ignition switch to the foot on the brake pedal. Do not
accelerator and clutch pedals. START position. Hold the key depress the accelerator while start-
• Do not start the vehicle with the (maximum of 10 seconds) until the ing the vehicle. Do not race the
accelerator pedal depressed. The engine starts and release it. engine while warming it up.
vehicle can move and lead to an
accident.

Vehicle with automatic transaxle:
• Wait until the engine rpm is nor-

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1.Make sure the parking brake is
mal. The vehicle may suddenly applied.
move if the brake padel is
released when the rpm is high. 2.Make sure the shift lever is in P
(Park) or N (Neutral).
3.Depress the brake pedal.
4.Turn the ignition switch to the
START position. Hold the key
(maximum of 10 seconds) until the
engine starts and release it.

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Starting the diesel engine i Information Starting and stopping the engine
To start the diesel engine when the for turbocharger intercooler
If the engine does not start within 10
engine is cold, it has to be pre-heat- 1.Do not race or accelerate the
seconds after preheating is completed,
ed before starting the engine and engine immediately after starting
turn the ignition switch once more to
then have to be warmed up before the engine.
the LOCK position and wait for 10
starting to drive. If the engine is cold, idle for sever-
seconds. Then turn the ignition switch
Vehicle with manual transaxle: to the ON position in order to preheat al seconds before sufficient lubri-
1.Make sure the parking brake is the engine again. cation is ensured in the turbo
applied. charger unit.
2.Make sure the shift lever is in neu- 2.After high speed or extended driv-
tral. ing that requires heavy engine
load, idle the engine about one
3.Depress the clutch and brake ped- minute before turning the engine
als. off.
4.Turn the ignition switch to the ON This idle time will allow the tur-
position to pre-heat the engine. bocharger to cool prior to shutting
The glow indicator light ( ) will the engine off.
illuminate.
5.When the glow indicator light ( ) NOTICE
goes out, turn the key ignition
switch to the START position. Hold Do not turn off the engine immedi-
the key (maximum of 10 seconds) ately after it has been subjected to a
until the engine starts and release heavy load. Doing so may cause
it. severe damage to the engine or
turbo charger unit.

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engine running.NOTICE Engine Start/Stop button (if equipped) WARNING To prevent damage to the vehicle: • Do not hold the ignition key in the To reduce risk of serious injury or START position for more than 10 death. minate and will go off 30 seconds • Do not push or tow your vehicle to after the door is closed. Whenever the front door is opened. you may put the shift lever in the N (Neutral) position while the vehicle is still moving and turn the OIB054006  ignition switch to the START posi. (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* tion in an attempt to restart the the Engine Start/Stop button will illu- engine. NEVER allow children or seconds. It may damage the starter. • Do not turn the ignition switch to Unexpected and sudden vehicle the START position with the movement can occur. &$ . start the engine. the vehicle to touch the Engine Start/Stop button or related parts. Wait 5 to 10 seconds any person who is unfamiliar with before trying again. • If traffic and road conditions per- mit.

(Continued) &$ . which could cause an acci- depressing the brake pedal by dent. This may lead to loss of direc- If the vehicle is still moving. button with the shift lever in the N always make sure the shift lever (Neutral) position. The presence of your two seconds OR Rapidly press engine turning off and loss of hand or arm in this area may and release the Engine Start/Stop power assist for the steering and cause a loss of vehicle control button three times (within three brake systems. • NEVER press the Engine ing wheel for the Engine gency: Start/Stop button while the vehi. Unexpected vehicle movement may occur if these precautions are not followed. press the Engine Start/Stop button to the OFF position. Start/Stop button or any other Press and hold the Engine cle is in motion except in an control while the vehicle is in Start/Stop button for more than emergency. resulting in an accident. is in neutral.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* WARNING WARNING (Continued) • NEVER reach through the steer- To turn the engine off in an emer. set the parking brake. seconds). This will result in the motion. pressing the Engine Start/Stop • Before leaving the driver’s seat. you tional control and braking func- can restart the engine without tion. and take the Smart Key with you.

the depressing the clutch pedal. Press the Engine Start/Stop button while turning the steering wheel right and left to release tension. when you open the driver's door.  (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* Not illuminated ACC • Press the Engine Start/Stop button when • If you leave the Engine Start/Stop button in the button is in the OFF position without the ACC position for more than one hour. prevent the battery from discharging.Engine Stop/Start button positions . • If the steering wheel doesn't unlock properly. Amber indicator &$ . the warning • The steering wheel locks to protect the chime will sound.Vehicle with manual transaxle Button Position Action Notice OFF • To turn off the engine. battery power will turn off automatically to • Electrical accessories are usable. stop the vehicle and If the steering wheel is not locked properly then press the Engine Start/Stop button. the Engine Start/Stop button will not work. • The steering wheel unlocks. vehicle from theft.

ning to prevent the battery from discharging. engine does not start and the Engine Start/Stop button changes as follows: OFF → ACC → ON → OFF Not illuminated &$ . depress the clutch and If you press the Engine Start/Stop button brake pedals and press the Engine Start/ without depressing the clutch pedal. • The warning lights can be checked before the engine is started. Blue indicator START To start the engine.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* . the Stop button with the shift lever in neutral.Vehicle with manual transaxle Button Position Action Notice ON • Press the Engine Start/Stop button while it Do not leave the Engine Start/Stop button in is in the ACC position without depressing the ON position when the engine is not run- the clutch pedal.

the battery power will turn off automatically Electrical accessories are usable. the Engine Start/Stop button will not work. Orange indicator &$ . when you open the driver's door. to prevent the battery from discharging. The steering wheel unlocks. ton without the shift lever in P (Park).  (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* Not illuminated ACC Press the Engine Start/Stop button when • If you leave the Engine Start/Stop button in the button is in the OFF position without the ACC position for more than one hour. The steering wheel locks to protect the vehi- cle from theft.Engine Stop/Start button positions . • If the steering wheel doesn't unlock proper- ly. the Engine Start/Stop button does not turn to the OFF position. Press the Engine Start/Stop button while turning the steering wheel right and left to release tension.chime will sound. the warning When you press the Engine Start/Stop but. press the Engine If the steering wheel is not locked properly Start/Stop button with shift lever in P (Park). depressing the brake pedal. but turns to the ACC posi- tion.Vehicle with automatic transaxle Button Position Action Notice OFF To turn off the engine.

Not illuminated &$ .(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* . start the engine with the OFF → ACC → ON → OFF or ACC shift lever in the P (Park) position. Blue indicator START To start the engine. The warning lights can be checked before the engine is started.Vehicle with automatic transaxle Button Position Action Notice ON Press the Engine Start/Stop button while it Do not leave the Engine Start/Stop button in is in the ACC position without depressing the ON position when the engine is not run- the brake pedal. depress the brake pedal If you press the Engine Start/Stop button and press the Engine Start/Stop button with without depressing the brake pedal. ning to prevent the battery from discharging. the the shift lever in the P (Park) or in the N engine does not start and the Engine (Neutral) position. Start/Stop button changes as follows: For your safety.

the system checks for als.Always carry the smart key with mal. vehicle when using the ACC position applied. • Always wear appropriate shoes 2. if any 4. 3. in vehicle" will come on. • Do not start the vehicle with the the smart key. flip. Make sure the shift lever is in neu- flops.. may interfere with • When the Engine Start/Stop button tral. is in the ACC or ON position.  vehicle can move and lead to an will blink and the warning "Key not accident. 5 Press the Engine Start/Stop but- ton. Press the Engine Start/Stop but- accelerator pedal depressed.Make sure the shift lever is in P (Park). ski boots. &$ .Depress the brake pedal. Keep the smart key in the 2. the chime will also Vehicle with automatic transaxle: • Wait until the engine rpm is nor- (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* sound for about 5 seconds. The indi. Unsuitable shoes. or if the vehicle engine is ON. 3. applied. your ability to use the brake. if it is far away from the driver. 4. is moving. If the smart key is not 5. sandals. Always carry the smart key with the smart key is in the vehicle. The in the vehicle. door is open. • Even if the smart key is in the vehi- cle.Starting the engine i Information Starting the petrol engine Vehicle with manual transaxle: • The engine will start by pressing the WARNING Engine Start/Stop button. The vehicle may suddenly cator will turn off while the vehicle move if the brake pedal is you. the " " indicator ton. 1. Depress the clutch and brake ped- accelerator and clutch pedals. etc. the engine may not start. only when 1. Make sure the parking brake is when operating your vehicle.Make sure the parking brake is released when the rpm is high. such as high heels. and if all doors are closed. you.

Do not race the applied.Make sure the parking brake is ing the vehicle. 7.Always carry the smart key with • Always start the vehicle with your you. Do not depress the accelerator while start. it has to be pre-heat- up while the vehicle remains station. ing.When the glow indicator light ( ) goes out. 3.) 1. &$ .Depress the clutch and brake ped- als. speeds.Press the Engine Start/Stop but- ton. 2. (Steep accelerating and Vehicle with manual transaxle: decelerating should be avoided. 6. pressed while the engine is pre-heat- ed before starting the engine and ary. engine while warming it up. 4.Continue depressing the brake pedal until the glow indicator light ( ) goes out. foot on the brake pedal. the engine may start. 5.Make sure the shift lever is in neu- tral. the engine will start. then have to be warmed up before Start driving at moderate engine starting to drive.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* i Information Starting the diesel engine i Information To start the diesel engine when the • Do not wait for the engine to warm If the Engine Start/Stop button is engine is cold.

idle for sever- vehicle is still moving and press you are not able to replace the fuse.Starting and stopping the engine NOTICE NOTICE for turbocharger intercooler To prevent damage to the vehicle: To prevent damage to the vehicle: 1. you may put the shift lever in you can't start the engine normally. mit. load. Do not turn off the engine immedi- ately after it has been subjected to a heavy load. This idle time will allow the tur- except when the stop lamp fuse is  bocharger to cool prior to shutting blown. Engine Start/Stop button in the ACC start the engine. (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* For your safety always depress the NOTICE brake and/or clutch pedal before starting the engine. • Do not push or tow your vehicle to button for 10 seconds with the 2. idle the engine about one Do not press the Engine Start/Stop minute before turning the engine button for more than 10 seconds off. the N (Neutral) position while the Replace the fuse with a new one. and holding the Engine Start/Stop charger unit. Doing so may cause severe damage to the engine or turbo charger unit. ing that requires heavy engine position. the engine. When the stop lamp fuse is blown. &$& .After high speed or extended driv. If If the engine is cold. al seconds before sufficient lubri- the Engine Start/Stop button in an you can start the engine by pressing cation is ensured in the turbo attempt to restart the engine. the engine off.Do not race or accelerate the engine immediately after starting • If traffic and road conditions per.

you can start the engine by pressing the Engine Start/Stop button with the smart key in the direction of the pic- ture above. &$ .(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* OIB054007 i Information If the smart key battery is weak or the smart key does not work correctly.

shifting may be (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* tion. During cold weather. OIB054009/OIB054001 &$ . release the clutch pedal.$'$ %#$'"$& n Type A Manual transaxle operation To shift to R (Reverse). and then n Type B in 1st gear when the vehicle is shift into first or R (Reverse) gear. The shift lever can be moved without pressing the button (1). has warmed up. set the i Information  parking brake.Put the shift lever in neutral and Before leaving the driver’s seat. difficult until the transaxle lubricant ment may occur if these precau. When you've come to a complete stop and it's hard to shift into 1st gear WARNING or R (Reverse): 1. parked on a uphill and in R (Reverse) on a downhill. tions are not followed. make sure The manual transaxle has 5 (or 6) the vehicle has completely stopped. The button (1) must be pressed while moving the shift lever. forward gears. and place the igni- tion switch in the LOCK/OFF posi. shifting to either a higher or a lower gear is easily accomplished. Unexpected vehicle move.Depress the clutch pedal. always make sure the shift lever is 2. The transaxle is fully and then move the shift lever to neu- synchronized in all forward gears so tral before moving into R (Reverse).

• Do not rest your foot on the clutch . • Always depress the clutch pedal downshifting helps maintain safe When releasing the clutch pedal. speed by providing brake power from release it slowly. The clutch pedal age. . while waiting speed again. clutch on an incline. gear engaged except when you start on a slippery road. the engine and enables less wear on should always be released while • Do not start with the 2nd (second) the brakes. driving. When the vehicle is going downhill.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* Using the clutch (if equipped) NOTICE Downshifting The clutch pedal should be Downshift when you must slow down To prevent unnecessary wear or depressed all the way to the floor in heavy traffic or drive up a steep hill damage to the clutch: before: to prevent engine load. &$ .Shifting for the traffic light. etc. downshifting reduces the The engine will not start without chance of stalling and can accelerate • Do not hold the vehicle with the when you need to increase your depressing the clutch pedal. Also.Starting the engine pedal while driving. down fully to prevent noise or dam.

This will help avoid gear when the engine is running at over-revving the engine. may cause loss of vehicle control drastic downshift may cause the When you are driving down a long resulting in an accident engine speed to increase to the hill. accelerating or shifting gears. slow down and shift to a lower point the tachometer will enter the gear. This gives you much transaxle. &$ . cause the brakes and related parts drive wheels to lose traction and ways engaging the 2nd gear. • Don't "ride" the brakes. be careful not to inad. an abrupt change to 4th gear. clutch and the cross winds. Engine braking will help slow red-zone. the engine.  high speed (5. down the vehicle. Be To prevent damage to the engine. This can in vehicle speed can cause the vertently push the shift lever side. The vehicle may slip causing an (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* Such a downshifting may damage • Slow down when you encounter accident. better control of your vehicle.NOTICE Good driving practices • Exercise extreme caution when • Never take the vehicle out of gear driving on a slippery surface.000 RPM or higher). especially careful when braking. cause damage. which can ing from a higher gear to lower gear) rapidly on slippery roads. clutch and transaxle: and coast down a hill. WARNING • Do not downshift more than two • Slow down before shifting to a Do not use the engine brake (shift- gear at a time or downshift the lower gear. On a • When downshifting from 5th gear slippery surface. This is extremely dangerous. A to overheat and malfunction. • Be sure the vehicle is completely stopped before you shift into R (Reverse) to prevent damage to the transaxle.

• The risk of rollover is greatly increased if you lose control of your vehicle at highway speeds. • ALWAYS wear your seatbelt. such as sharp lane changes or fast. low all posted speed limits. In • HYUNDAI recommends you fol- a collision. slow down To reduce the risk of SERIOUS before pulling back into the trav- INJURY or DEATH: el lanes. • Loss of control often occurs if two or more wheels drop off the roadway and the driver over steers to reenter the roadway. (Continued) (Continued) • In the event your vehicle leaves &$ .(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* WARNING the roadway. an unbelted occu. do not steer sharply. • Do not make quick steering wheel movements. Instead. sharp turns. pant is significantly more likely to be seriously injured or killed than a properly belted occupant. • Avoid high speeds when corner- ing or turning.

Press the shift button. The individual speeds are selected automatically in the D (Drive) posi- tion. and then move shift lever. press the shift button.  (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* Depress the brake pedal. OIB054002 &$ .$% $%( %#$'"$& ( &(& Automatic transaxle operation The automatic transaxle has 4 for- ward speeds and one reverse speed. then move shift lever. Move shift lever.

ple. depress firmly on the brake pedal brake. shifting a vehicle into D (Drive) before shifting into P (Park). in place of the parking brake. P (Park) cle. and place If you have done all of the above and the ignition switch in the still cannot shift the lever out of P LOCK/OFF position. (Park). especially children. • Shifting into P (Park) while the or death: vehicle is in motion may cause • ALWAYS check the surrounding you to lose control of the vehi- areas near your vehicle for peo. you must is in P (Park). apply the parking • Before leaving the driver’s seat. The vehicle may slip causing an accident. before Always come to a complete stop • After the vehicle has stopped. • Do not use engine braking (shift- ing from a high gear to lower gear) rapidly on slippery roads. and turn the engine off. always make sure the shift lever or R (Reverse). see “Shift-Lock Release” on Unexpected and sudden vehicle page 5-27. always make sure the shift lever and make sure your foot is off the • Do not use the P (Park) position is in the P (Park) position.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* The indicator in the instrument clus- WARNING ter displays the shift lever position WARNING when the ignition switch is in the ON To reduce the risk of serious injury position. &$ . then accelerator pedal. movement can occur if these The shift lever must be in P (Park) precautions are not followed. before turning the engine off. set the parking brake. To shift from P (Park).

&$ .R (Reverse) N (Neutral) D (Drive) Use this position to drive the vehicle The wheels and transaxle are not This is the normal driving position. (Neutral) to another gear. Always come to a complete stop P (Park) if you need to leave your For extra power when passing anoth- before shifting into or out of R vehicle for any reason. depress (Reverse). you may damage the Always depress the brake pedal the accelerator further until you feel transaxle if you shift into R (Reverse) when you are shifting from N the transaxle downshift to a lower while the vehicle is in motion. Shifting into gear when the engine is running at high speed can cause the vehicle to move very rapidly. The transaxle will automatically shift Use N (Neutral) if you need to restart through a 4-gear sequence. Shift into power. er vehicle or driving uphill. engaged. provid- NOTICE a stalled engine. WARNING  Do not shift into gear unless your (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* foot is firmly on the brake pedal. backward. You could lose control of the vehicle and hit people or objects. gear. or if it is necessary ing the best fuel economy and to stop with the engine ON.

(Down) position. ed gear change if the next gear is outside of the allowable engine rpm i Information range. (Continued) In Sports Mode.(Down) (Drive) position into the manual gate. sports mode is selected by the vehicle stops. 1st gear is auto. When into the 2nd gear which is better for in motion. move the shift lever to the R • When accelerating from a stop on a (Reverse) or P (Park) position as slippery road. main gate. To return to D (Drive) range opera. OIB054008 • Downshifts are made automatically This allows the transaxle to shift Whether the vehicle is stationary or when the vehicle slows down. • If the driver presses the lever to . the red zone the transaxle will tion. The driver must execute upshifts in accordance with road • Only the four forward gears can be conditions. To reverse or park the engine rpms below the red zone. forward into the + (Up) position. push the shift lever back into the upshift automatically. the once to shift down one transaxle may not make the request- gear. vehicle. smooth driving on a slippery road. pushing the shift lever from the D matically selected. Push the shift lever to the . &$ . moving the shift lever backwards and forwards will allow you to select the desired range of gears for the current driving condi- tions. • When the engine rpm approaches side to shift back to the 1st gear.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* Sports mode + (Up) : Push the lever forward once (Continued) to shift up one gear. taking care to keep the selected.(Down) : Pull the lever backwards + (Up) or . push the shift lever required.

Depress and hold the brake pedal. Press and hold the lock release button on the shift lever. the automatic If the shift lever cannot be moved transaxle has a shift-lock system from the P (Park) position into R which prevents shifting the transaxle (Reverse) position with the brake from P (Park) into R (Reverse) pedal depressed.  2. 2. 1. and then do the follow- To shift the transaxle from P (Park) ing: into R (Reverse): 1. continue depress- unless the brake pedal is depressed.Move the shift lever. OIB054003 3.Shift-lock system Shift-lock release For your safety. 4. Have your vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer immediately &$& . ing the brake. (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* 3. Press the shift-lock release but- ton. Move the shift lever.Start the engine or place the igni- tion switch in the ON position.

nents. motion. Otherwise. Doing so to depress the accelerator pedal especially careful when braking. Keep away consistent pedal pressure can resulting in an accident from the exhaust system compo. but may cause loss of vehicle control system are very hot. On a for a long period of time. depressing and releasing the ble materials. • Depressing both accelerator and accelerator. an abrupt change transaxle could be damaged. Be the engine running. be careful not (Neutral) when driving. (Park) or N (Neutral) to any other gear. They may ignite brake pedals at the same time can and cause a fire. trigger logic for engine power reduction to assure vehicle decel- eration. in vehicle speed can cause the overheat and start a fire. slow Always come to a complete stop and • Never move the shift lever from P down before shifting to a lower continue to depress the brake pedal. result in the brakes overheating. depressed. Do not depend on placing the transmis- Be sure the vehicle is completely sion in P (Park) to keep the vehicle WARNING stopped before you attempt to shift from moving. The of a loss of engine braking and the engine or exhaust system may slippery surface.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* Parking Good driving practices • When driving in Sports Mode. Even light. Vehicle acceleration will resume after the brake pedal is released. • Optimum vehicle performance and brake wear and possibly even economy is obtained by smoothly Do not stop or park over flamma. such as dry grass. into R (Reverse) or D (Drive). rpms are outside of the allowable and place the ignition switch in the range. &$ . • Do not drive with your foot resting drive wheels to lose traction and The exhaust gas and the exhaust on the brake pedal. When you stay in the vehicle with • Exercise extreme caution when • Do not move the shift lever to N driving on a slippery surface. paper or leaves. Take the Key (Park) when the vehicle is in • Always apply the parking brake with you when exiting the vehicle. the lower gear Move the shift lever into the P (Park) position with the accelerator pedal may not be engaged if the engine position. brake failure. may result in an accident because accelerating or shifting gears. when leaving the vehicle. apply the parking brake. • Never move the shift lever into P LOCK/OFF position.

pant is significantly more likely • HYUNDAI recommends you fol- to be seriously injured or killed low all posted speed limits. do not steer INJURY or DEATH: sharply. than a properly belted occupant. • Avoid high speeds when corner- ing or turning. (Continued) &$ . such as sharp lane changes or fast. • Do not make quick steering wheel movements. el lanes. an unbelted occu. Instead. In before pulling back into the trav- a collision. • Loss of control often occurs if two or more wheels drop off the roadway and the driver over steers to reenter the roadway.  sharp turns. slow down • ALWAYS wear your seatbelt. WARNING (Continued) • In the event your vehicle leaves To reduce the risk of SERIOUS the roadway. (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* • The risk of rollover is greatly increased if you lose control of your vehicle at highway speeds.

Applying the brakes turned off while driving. Do not pump the brake speeds until the brakes function could result in a temporary loss correctly. deep water. however. You can still stop your vehicle by ing and pad wear. will be longer than steep hill. been interrupted. • When descending a long or lightly tap the brake pedal to tance. To dry the brakes. Applying the reserve brake power is partially until brake performance returns brakes continuously will cause to normal. side when the brakes are • Do not drive with your foot rest- If the engine is not running or is ing on the brake pedal. brakes that adjust automatically Take the following precautions: the vehicle may also pull to one through normal usage. have been affected in this way. peratures. taining a safe forward speed When the engine is not running. the power create abnormal high brake tem. lightly will indicate whether they assist for the brakes will not work. and Always test your brakes in this applying greater force to the brake increased stopping distances. shift to a lower gear with power brakes. The stopping dis. &$ . the tion of the brakes. heat up the brakes while main- and avoid continuous applica. pedal when the power assist has of braking performance.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* #$('! ""%& Power brakes WARNING • Wet brakes may impair the vehi- Your vehicle has power-assisted cle’s ability to safely slow down. excessive brake lin. fashion after driving through pedal than typical. This will applied. (Continued) Pump the brake pedal only when (Continued) necessary to maintain steering con- trol on slippery surfaces. Avoid driving at high depleted each time the brake pedal the brakes to overheat and is applied.

pads. do not Pull up the parking brake lever as far continue to drive with worn brake as possible. To avoid costly brake repairs. &$ . Always set the parking brake before  NOTICE leaving the vehicle.Disc brakes wear indicator Rear drum brakes Parking brake When your brake pads are worn and (if equipped) new pads are required. You may rear brake linings inspected if you hear this sound come and go or it hear a rear brake rubbing noise.Therefore. To reduce the risk of SERIOUS plete front or rear axle sets. Also may occur whenever you depress have your rear brakes inspected the brake pedal. brake squeal when you first apply (or lightly apply) the brakes. you will hear Your rear drum brakes do not have a high pitched warning sound from wear indicators. each time you change or rotate your Please remember some driving con. This is nor- mal and does not indicate a problem OIB054004 with your brakes. INJURY or DEATH. do not oper- ate the parking brake while the vehicle is moving except in an emergency situation. to apply: (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* Firmly depress the brake pedal. WARNING i Information Always replace brake pads as com. It could dam- age the brake system and lead to an accident. have the your front or rear brakes. tires and when you have the front ditions or climates may cause a brakes replaced.

(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* NOTICE WARNING • Do not apply the accelerator pedal • Whenever leaving the vehicle or while the parking brake is parking. • NEVER allow anyone who is unfamiliar with the vehicle to touch the parking brake. • Only release the parking brake when you are seated inside the vehicle with your foot firmly on the brake pedal. (1). checked by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. for automatic transaxle • Driving with the parking brake on vehicle) position. &$ . If the If the parking brake does not release parking brake is released unin- or does not release all the way. If you depress the accel- plete stop and continue to erator pedal with the parking brake depress the brake pedal. we tentionally. lower the parking brake (2). always come to a com. P (Park. warning will sound. and place the and cause premature wear or OIB054005 ignition switch in the LOCK/OFF damage to brake parts. serious injury may recommend that the system be occur. the shift lever into the 1st gear Damage to the parking brake may (for manual transaxle vehicle) or occur. moving inadvertently and caus- While pressing the release button ing injury to yourself or others. Vehicles with the parking brake the Brake Warning Light is off Slightly pull up the parking brake not fully engaged are at risk for before driving. lever. then apply the can overheat the braking system parking brake. the parking brake is released and Firmly depress the brake pedal. engaged. Move engaged. Make sure To release: position.

vehicle immediately. there may be a malfunction in the WARNING tion (do not start the brake system.  The braking distance for cars (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* equipped with ABS may be longer than for those without these sys- tems in the following road condi- tions. sible. An Anti-Lock Braking System This light will be illuminated when the If at all possible. (Continued) &$ . Even though tion. If that is not pos. cease driving the (ABS) will not prevent accidents parking brake is applied with the igni. operating the vehicle and only con. use extreme caution while driving maneuvers. Vehicle speeds should always be reduced during extreme road conditions. tain a safe distance between you Warning Light is OFF. always main- brake is released and the Brake can reach a safe location. necessary. due to improper or dangerous tion switch in the START or ON posi. Check the Parking If the Parking Brake Warning Light Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) (if Brake Warning Light by remains on after the parking brake is equipped) placing the ignition released while engine is running. Immediate attention is engine). be sure the parking tinue to drive the vehicle until you emergency braking. switch to the ON posi. and objects ahead of you. vehicle control is improved during Before driving.

sensation in the brake pedal. • On roads where the road sur. you may hear sounds from distance than for vehicles equipped • Tire chains are installed on your the brakes. the ABS will go cornering. such as trying to take a ble. &$ . corner too fast or making a sudden lane change. We recom- ABS is an electronic braking system ABS will not prevent a skid that mend that you contact an authorized that helps prevent a braking skid. tion switch is in the ON position. vehicle. problem with your ABS. roads. Always drive at a safe speed for the road and weather con- ditions.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* (Continued) Using ABS ABS cannot prevent a loss of stabili- To obtain the maximum benefit from ty. through self-diagnosis and the light the safety of yourself or others. results from sudden changes in HYUNDAI dealer as soon as possi- ABS allows the driver to steer and direction. This is The ABS warning light ( ) will stay The safety features of an ABS normal and it means your ABS is on for several seconds after the igni- equipped vehicle should not be active. wheels. you may have a the vehicle in front of you. On loose or uneven road surfaces. Depress your traffic or off the road. If Always maintain a safe distance from the light stays on. tested by high speed driving or ABS does not reduce the time or dis. or feel a corresponding with a conventional brake system. Severe or sharp steer- your ABS in an emergency situation. brake at the same time. Always steer moderately when Drive your vehicle at reduced braking hard. During that time. will go off if everything is normal. ing wheel movement can still cause do not attempt to modulate your tions: your vehicle to veer into oncoming brake pressure and do not try to • Rough. gravel or snow-covered pump your brakes. This could endanger tance it takes to stop the vehicle. speeds during the following condi. When you apply your brakes under operation of the anti-lock brake sys- face is pitted or has different conditions which may lock the tem may result in a longer stopping surface height. brake pedal as hard as possible.

the ABS and stays on. If the ABS warning light is off. To ly. death. warning light ( ) may turn on at the problem with the ABS. soon as possible. you may have a problem with your  ABS system. WARNING CAUTION i Information When you jump start your vehicle If the ABS warning light ( ) is on When you drive on a road having because of a drained battery. Your power and apply your brakes continuous. the ABS will be active continu. same time. It does not reduce the risk of serious injury or ously and the ABS warning light mean your ABS is malfunctioning. the low battery voltage. you may have a poor traction. such as an icy road. We recommend that you contact an authorized (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* HYUNDAI dealer as soon as pos- sible. Restart the engine. engine off. This happens because of brakes will work normally. Pull your car Have the battery recharged before contact your HYUNDAI dealer as over to a safe place and turn the driving the vehicle. Otherwise. we recommend that you ( ) may illuminate. then your ABS system is normal. &$ .

Wet you are moving slowly enough for it parking.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* Good braking practices Wet brakes can be dangerous! The If a tire goes flat while you are driv- brakes may get wet if the vehicle is ing. and stop in a safe location. When Whenever leaving the vehicle or as quickly if the brakes are wet. then apply the parking brake. do so and we recommend that you Vehicles with the parking brake call an authorized HYUNDAI dealer not fully engaged are at risk for for assistance. stop as soon as it is safe to LOCK/OFF position. vehicle under control at all times. for to normal. tion. moving inadvertently and causing DO NOT drive with your foot resting injury to yourself or others. the braking action does not return to and place the ignition switch in the normal. If ward. but constant pedal pressure can result in the brakes overheating. always come to a com. Move the shift To dry the brakes. Your vehicle will not stop ahead while you slow down. the brake pedal. &$ . apply the brakes Keep your foot firmly on the brake lever into the 1st gear (for manual lightly until the braking action returns pedal when the vehicle is stopped to transaxle vehicle) or P (Park. and possibly even brake failure. brake wear. brakes may cause the vehicle to pull to be safe to do so. pull off the road plete stop and continue to depress to one side. on the brake pedal. taking care to keep the prevent the vehicle from rolling for- automatic transaxle vehicle) posi. Even light. apply the brakes gently and WARNING driven through standing water or if it keep the vehicle pointed straight is washed.

Do not attempt this Drive cautiously and allow extra dis. rock salt."&($ #(('!  '(%( '" Hazardous driving conditions Rocking the vehicle NOTICE When hazardous driving conditions If it is necessary to rock the vehicle If the tires spin at high speed the are encountered such as water. possible dam- careful when downshifting on slip. to free it from snow. wait until ter. Spin the wheels as little as second gear. mud. or sand. WARNING the wheels stop spinning before  shifting gears. age to the transaxle. and do possible and avoid spinning the avoid spinning the drive wheels. or other non-slip material under the drive wheels to provide traction when stalled in ice. the transaxle is in gear. while driving on slippery lightly on the accelerator pedal while If you are still stuck after rocking the surfaces can cause an accident. ice. mud or sand: first turn the steering wheel right and may be injured. Then. Accelerate slowly to avoid spinning the wheels. not race the engine. wheels at speeds over 56 km/h (35 mph) as indicated on the speedome- To prevent transaxle wear. have the vehicle The sudden change in tire speed ning the wheels in forward and pulled out by a tow vehicle to avoid could cause the tires to skid. age. motion that may free the vehicle. (Reverse) and a forward gear (for engine compartment fire or other If stuck in snow. Use sand. sand. See “Towing” in chapter 6. and press (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* transaxle. Be reverse directions causes a rocking engine overheating. Release the accelera- NOTICE Downshifting with an automatic tor pedal while shifting. snow. left to clear the area around your procedure if people or objects are tance for braking. or mud. forth between 1st and R (Reverse. front wheels. Try to damage. tires can explode. and tire dam- pery surfaces. and you or others snow. &$& . vehicle a few times. Avoid sudden movements in braking for manual transaxle vehicle) or R The vehicle can overheat causing an or steering. use automatic transaxle vehicle). shift back and anywhere near the vehicle. Slowly spin. or mud.

easier for others to see you. streaking or missing areas on the • Keep your headlights clean and windshield. especially in areas makes it harder to see and increas- where there may not be any street es the distance needed to stop lights. as it may be more difficult to ing distance. &$ . • Slow down and keep more dis.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* Smooth cornering Driving at night Driving in the rain Avoid braking or gear changing in Night driving presents more hazards Rain and wet roads can make driving corners. properly aimed. and it See “Tire Tread” in chapter 7. on wet pavement can cause a skid lights of oncoming vehicles. could be temporarily blinded. blades when they show signs of lights. Ideally. enough tread. Dirty or improperly • Be sure your tires have enough aimed headlights will make it much tread. A heavy rainfall see at night. especially when roads are than driving in the daylight. Here are a few things to wet. If your tires do not have more difficult to see at night. making a quick stop • Avoid staring directly at the head. on slick pavement: tance between you and other vehi. corners should always some important tips to remember: consider when driving in the rain or be taken under gentle acceleration. your vehicle. • Adjust your mirrors to reduce the • Replace your windshield wiper glare from other driver's head. You and possibly lead to an accident. • Slow down and allow extra follow- cles. Here are dangerous. will take several seconds for your • Turn on your headlights to make it eyes to readjust to the darkness.

• Driving too fast through large pud. apply them lightly while driv. The best advice is SLOW (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* DOWN when the road is wet. higher than the bottom of the wheel • If you believe your brakes may be hub. wet. have little or no contact with the road surface and actually ride on the  water. Drive through any water slowly. dry the Hydroplaning brakes by gently applying them sev- If the road is wet enough and you are eral times while the vehicle is moving going fast enough. reduced. Allow adequate stopping distance ing until normal braking operation because brake performance may be returns. If you Avoid driving through flooded areas must go through puddles. refer to “Tire Tread” in chapter 7. your vehicle may slowly. Driving in flooded areas dles can affect your brakes. &$ . After driving through water. The risk of hydroplaning increases as the depth of tire tread decreases. try to unless you are sure the water is no drive through them slowly.

rapid acceleration. cloth. four wheels to balance your vehicle’s Always carry emergency equipment. Speeding. it the same size and load range as the may be necessary to use snow tires original tires. use engine braking to the fullest extent. Sudden brake applications on snowy or icy If you mount snow tires on your vehi- roads may cause skids to occur. During deceleration. and sharp turns are and handling of your vehicle may potentially very hazardous practices. Check with the tire dealer for a window scraper. tires. Some of the items you may want to The traction provided by snow tires carry include tire chains. sand. handling in all weather conditions. a flashlight. cle. a blanket. coveralls. &$ . a shovel. ground maximum speed recommendations. Mount snow tires on all or to install tire chains on your tires. ulations for possible restrictions Snow tires should be equivalent in Apply the brakes gently.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* ('%&# #(('! Snow or icy conditions Snow tires i Information You need to keep sufficient distance Do not install studded tires without between your vehicle and the vehicle WARNING first checking local and municipal reg- in front of you. tow straps on dry roads may not be as high as or chains. size and type to the vehicle's stan. etc. gloves. Otherwise. sudden brake dard tires. against their use. the safety applications. make sure to use radial tires of To drive your vehicle in deep snow. jumper cables. be adversely affected. emergency your vehicle's original equipment flares.

chains on the tires will provide a uine HYUNDAI parts and install the greater driving force. If tire chains must be used. sis. regulations for possible restrictions ered by your vehicle manufacturer’s against their use. Turn on the vehicle  thinner than other types of tires. unavoidable use a wire type chain. holes. Drive slowly (less than 30 km/h (20 mph)) • Drive less than 30 km/h (20 with chains installed. make contact. they Hazard Warning Flasher and place a (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* may be damaged by mounting some triangular emergency warning device types of tire chains on them. follow the The use of tire chains may manufacturer's instructions and adversely affect vehicle handling: mount them as tightly possible. When mounting snow chains. i Information tral.Tire chains Chain Installation WARNING When installing tire chains. use gen. chains contacting the body or chas- er’s recommended speed limit. and as soon as you begin driving on other road hazards. behind the vehicle (if available). the use of snow tires is Always place the shift lever in neu- recommended instead of tire chains. apply the parking brake and turn Do not mount tire chains on vehicles off the engine before installing snow equipped with aluminum wheels. which may cleared roads. stop and tighten them. Remove the tire chains bumps. the vehicle on level ground away from traffic. warranty. tions provided with the tire chains. park OED050200 Since the sidewalls of radial tires are • Avoid sharp turns or locked wheel braking. It should be noted that installing tire chains. • Do not install tire chains without Damage to your vehicle caused by first checking local and municipal improper tire chain use is not cov. Therefore. &$ . if • Install tire chains on the front tires. sharp turns. If you hear the mph) or the chain manufactur. cause the vehicle to bounce. slow down until the • Drive carefully and avoid noise stops. prevent side skids. If they still whichever is lower. but will not tire chain after reviewing the instruc.

suspension. • Use wire chains less than 15 mm Winter puts additional burdens on (0. should use. retighten the dealer. retighten schedule in chapter 7. Be sure chain to prevent contact with the to replace or replenish your coolant vehicle body.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* NOTICE Winter precautions Change to "winter weight" oil if Use high quality ethylene glycol necessary When using tire chains: coolant In some climates it is recommended • Wrong size chains or improperly that a lower viscosity "winter weight" installed chains can damage your Your vehicle is delivered with high oil be used during cold weather. cooling system.6 miles). pump and prevents freezing. Check battery and cables damaged in any way. that its freezing point is sufficient for described in chapter 7 and replace • Do not use tire chains on vehicles the temperatures anticipated during them if necessary. Also check all equipped with aluminum wheels. Visually inspect to the chain’s connection. use a wire type sure they are not cracked. quality ethylene glycol coolant in the chapter 8 for recommendations. in accordance with the maintenance Check spark plugs and ignition • To prevent body damage. The level of charge in your battery can be checked by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer or a service station. we recommend that you it helps prevent corrosion in the cool- • If you hear noise caused by chains consult with an authorized HYUNDAI ing system. worn or chain. &$ . Before winter. See vehicle's brake lines.3~0. ignition wiring and components to be unavoidable.59 in) wide to prevent damage the battery system.5~1. the battery and cables as described in chapter 7. If the winter. It is the only type of you aren't sure what weight oil you coolant that should be used because • Use SAE “S” class or wire chains. If body and wheels.0 km have your coolant tested to assure Inspect your spark plugs as (0. lubricates the water contacting the body. system the chains after driving 0.

add an materials which prevent cooling of the engine. ed key with care to avoid injury. If the lock is frozen internally. cover- using a heated key. while you put the shift lever in P (automatic transaxle) or in first or Don't place foreign objects or reverse gear (manual transaxle) and materials in the engine compart- Use approved window washer block the rear wheels so the vehicle anti-freeze in system ment cannot roll. gloves. This is most likely to hap. The manufacturer is not er anti-freeze is available from an Under some conditions. window you may be able to thaw it out by If there is a risk the parking brake scraper. etc. Do not use and interfere with the steering. emergency flares. When engine coolant or other types of anti. most auto parts outlets.To keep locks from freezing Don't let your parking brake freeze Depending on the severity of the To keep the locks from freezing. If a position. sand. squirt it with pen when there is an accumulation include tire chains. Window wash. ground cloth. Don't let ice and snow accumulate ment. you should paint finish. the items you may want to carry lock is covered with ice. underneath bustion. Then release the parking To keep the water in the window brake. flashlight. may cause a failure or com- tions on the container. may freeze. apply it only temporarily alls. Carry emergency equipment &$ . shovel. jumper cables. snow and responsible for the damage caused authorized HYUNDAI dealer and ice can build up under the fenders by such placement. Handle the heat. Some of glycerine into the key opening. driving in severe winter conditions freeze as these may damage the where this may happen. you should carry appropri- squirt an approved de-icer fluid or brake can freeze in the engaged ate emergency equipment. the ice. Under some conditions your parking weather. in the engine compart- (+'+%#)"()'*+ !* approved window washer anti-freeze solution in accordance with instruc. periodically check underneath the car to be sure the movement of the front wheels and the steering com- ponents is not obstructed. blanket. rear brakes or if the brakes are wet. Placement of foreign objects or  washer system from freezing. tow straps or an approved de-icing fluid to remove of snow or ice around or near the chains.

al equipment.(+'+%#)"()'*+ !* &(& &(!% Two labels on your driver’s door sill GAW (Gross Axle Weight) Overloading show how much weight your vehicle This is the total weight placed on was designed to carry: the Tire and each axle (front and rear) . &$ . (GAWR) and the Gross Vehicle GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating) ize yourself with the following terms Weight Rating (GVWR) for your for determining your vehicle's weight This is the maximum allowable vehicle are on the Certification ratings. from the vehicle's specifica. Certification Label. familiar. The Gross Axle Weight Rating Before loading your vehicle. Cargo Weight passengers and cargo). cargo and optional equipment. These numbers front passenger’s) door. Vehicle Curb Weight GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight This is the weight of your new vehicle Rating) when you picked it up from your deal- er plus any aftermarket equipment. weight that can be carried by a single Label attached to the driver's (or tions and the Certification Label: axle (front or rear). or option. You can calculate the weight This is the weight of the vehicle of your load by weighing the items including a full tank of fuel and all (and people) before putting them GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight) standard equipment. cargo. equipment. This is the Base Curb Weight plus overload your vehicle. age. This is the maximum allowable weight of the fully loaded vehicle (including all options. actual Cargo Weight plus passen- gers. are shown on the Certification Label. It does not in the vehicle.including WARNING Loading Information Label and the vehicle curb weight and all payload. including located on the driver’s door sill. The GVWR This figure includes all weight added is shown on the Certification Label to the Base Curb Weight. Exceeding these ratings can The total load on each axle must cause an accident or vehicle dam- Base Curb Weight never exceed its GAWR. Be careful not to include passengers.

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• The hazard warning flasher oper- ates whether your vehicle is run- ning or not. ! . It should be used whenever emer- gency repairs are being made or when the vehicle is stopped near the edge of a roadway. overtaking. press the hazard warning flasher button with the ignition switch in any position. OIB064001 The hazard warning flasher serves as a warning to other drivers to exer- cise extreme caution when approaching. or passing your vehicle. To turn the hazard warning flasher on or off.$#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% "" " #$#"%  All turn signal lights will flash simul- taneously. The button is located in the center console switch panel. • The turn signals do not work when the hazard flasher is on.

Do not apply the brakes immedi- mend that you contact an author. level shift lever to the N (Neutral) position ground. the side of the vehicle that is away If a tire goes flat while you are driv- tiously off the road to a safe place. • If your vehicle has a manual • When the vehicle is stopped. from traffic. ately or attempt to pull off the road ized HYUNDAI dealer. move the possible and park on firm. such a speed that it is safe to do road or crossing so. as this may cause loss of vehicle control resulting in an accident. brake carefully and pull off the If the engine stalls at a crossroad or road. press transaxle not equipped with a igni. If you are on a divided highway. Move cau. we recom. Drive off the road as far as crossing. • Have all passengers get out of the • Reduce your speed gradually. do not park in the median  and then push the vehicle to a safe location.$#"%"#%% %#$% $$# If the engine stalls while driving If you have a flat tire while driv. !. if safe to do so. vehicle will not start. the vehicle can move the shift lever into neutral move forward by shifting to the position. follow • Take your foot off the accelerator $#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% er. ing: • Turn on your hazard warning flash. When the vehicle has slowed to If the engine stalls at a cross. ing vehicle. ing the clutch pedal. If your down while driving straight ahead. 2(second) or 3(third) gear and then and place the ignition switch in the turning the starter without depress. apply the parking brake. tion lock switch. the instructions provided later in pedal and let the vehicle slow this chapter. LOCK/OFF position. the hazard warning flasher button. • When changing a flat tire. area between the two traffic lanes. • Try to start the engine again. Be sure they all get out on keeping a straight line.

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• Turn on the interior light. This could cause damage to your vehicle. ized HYUNDAI dealer for assistance. WARNING Push or pull starting the vehicle may cause the catalytic converter to overload which can lead to damage to the emission control system. necessary.$#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% $!%%#$#%$#!!" ! If the engine doesn't turn over or If the engine turns over normally turns over slowly but doesn't start • Check the battery connections to • Check the fuel level and add fuel if be sure they are clean and tight. If the light If the engine still does not start. Do not push or pull the vehicle to start it. See instructions for "Jump Starting" provided in this chapter. we dims or goes out when you operate recommend that you call an author- the starter. ! . the battery is drained.

sensation. If acid gets Wear eye protection on your skin. thoroughly wash the designed to protect the area. Do not allow acid to always follow these precautions contact your eyes. we strongly recommend that you have a when working near or handling the clothing. and may with your hands on opposite cor- explode if ignited. sparks. If you feel pain or a burning eyes from acid splashes. is high. Follow the jump starting procedure in this section to Batteries contain sulfuric avoid serious injury or damage to To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or acid which is highly corro- your vehicle. Keep batteries out of • Do not attempt to jump start reach of children. service technician or towing service battery: If acid gets into your eyes. ate medical attention. your vehicle if your battery is frozen. case may cause battery acid to  ent in battery cells. Lift with a battery carrier or ly combustible. If in doubt about how to DEATH to you or bystanders. tery. flush do it for you. (Continued) (Continued) ! . skin or $#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% properly jump start your vehicle. leak.!" !$# Jump starting can be dangerous if WARNING (Continued) done incorrectly. Always read and follow your eyes with clean water for at instructions carefully when least 15 minutes and get immedi- handling a battery. get medical attention Keep all flames. smoking materials away • When lifting a plastic-cased bat- from the battery. or immediately. ners. sive. excessive pressure on the Hydrogen is always pres.

touch these components with times. Dispose the battery brakes. • The electrical ignition system 2. lights. according to your local law(s) Turn both vehicles OFF. even when the vehicles are the engine running or when the turned off. battery. Put the vehicles in neutral jumper cables to touch. An inappropriately disposed as radios. and set the parking cause sparks. i Information 3. • Do not allow the (+) and (-) battery can be harmful to the etc. air conditioning. battery when the vehicle’s bat.Avoid fans or any moving parts in • Do not attempt to jump start your the engine compartment at all works with high voltage. ignition switch is in the ON posi. with a low or frozen battery.$#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% (Continued) NOTICE Jump starting procedure 1. • Only use a 12-volt power supply but do not allow the vehicles to tery cables are connected to the (battery or jumper system) to jump touch.Position the vehicles close enough • NEVER attempt to recharge the To prevent damage to your vehicle: that the jumper cables will reach. It may environment and human position. start your vehicle. • The battery may rupture or explode when you jump start or regulation.Turn off all electrical devices such tion. Pb health. ! . NEVER vehicle by push-starting.

Connect the second jumper cable vehicle be checked by an authorized to the black. neg. ! . cable from the red.Disconnect the second jumper OLMB063002/Q vehicle and let it run at approxi. exact reverse order you connected ative (-) chassis ground of your them: vehicle (4). jumper cable to the red. In this event please seek (1).000 rpm for a few min. tery/jumper terminal of the assist- exact sequence shown in the illus. we recommend that your 6. it probably requires (+) jumper terminal of your vehicle  servicing.Connect the jumper cables in the mately 2. Disconnect the jumper cables in the Jumper Cables ond jumper cable to the black.Disconnect the other end of the (-) Jumper Terminal correct ground. positive qualified assistance. 7. ing vehicle (2). tration. First connect one jumper 4. (+) battery or jumper terminals or the 2. apparent.Start the engine of the assisting 3. positive jumper terminal of your vehicle (1). negative (-) HYUNDAI dealer. Booster Battery 8. 5.Disconnect the other end of the cable to the red. positive (+) bat- 4. the assisting vehicle (3).Connect the other end of the few attempts. Do not lean over jumper cable from the black. 1.Connect the other end of the sec. nega- (+) the battery when making connec.Disconnect the jumper cable from Do not allow the jumper cables to the black. If the cause of (+) battery/jumper terminal of the your battery discharging is not assisting vehicle (2). tive (-) battery/chassis ground of tions. utes. negative (-) chassis $#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% (-) contact anything except the correct ground of your vehicle (4). battery/chassis ground of the assisting vehicle (3). Then start your vehicle. positive (+) If your vehicle will not start after a jumper cable from the red.

such as the cooling fan hot. causing serious injury. assistance. it is normal for cold back while the pressure is the steaming has stopped. NEVER remove the heating. Wrap a thick towel ing out from the hood. stop the radiator. While the engine is run. If there water to be draining from it when released from the cooling system.If engine coolant is running out extreme care when removing the under the vehicle or steam is com. radiator cap or the clothing and tools away drain plug while the 1. sure has been released. If vent serious injury. around it. Do not open the hood until cle. hoses or under the vehi. you experience a loss WARNING WARNING of power. using a thick engine cooling fan is operating. Hot coolant and 2. !! . If this happens. the engine cools down. sure.If engine coolant is leaking out. press running and check to be sure the stop the engine immediately and down on the cap. keep hands. and drive belt to pre. the air conditioning is ON. is no visible loss of engine coolant you stop. the engine may be over.Check for coolant leaking from the radiator cap.$#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% $!%%#$#%% %"! If your temperature gauge indicates overheating.Pull off the road and stop as soon from the moving parts engine and radiator are as it is safe to do so. 4. engine off. and continue turning coun- the fan is not running. and turn it counterclock- engine. or hear loud pinging or knocking. If we recommend that you call an towel. you should: ning. leave the engine 5. Use 3.) When you are sure all the pres- and no steam. steam may blow out under pres- tion and set the parking brake. turn it Turn the engine off and wait until OFF. (If the air conditioning had wise slowly to the first stop. Step the coolant has stopped running or been in use. turn the authorized HYUNDAI dealer for terclockwise to remove it.Place the shift lever in neutral posi.

low engine coolant. if coolant has been lost. HYUNDAI dealer. adding engine coolant may cause we recommend that you call an cracks in the engine. If overheating happens again. wait until the engine temperature has returned to nor. 7. keeping • When the engine overheats from alert for further signs of overheat.Proceed with caution.6. ly in small quantities. add engine coolant slow- assistance. • Serious loss of coolant indicates a mal. Then. suddenly ing.If you cannot find the cause of the NOTICE overheating. To prevent authorized HYUNDAI dealer for damage. recommend the system be checked by an authorized $#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% voir to bring the fluid level in the reservoir up to the halfway mark.  ! . leak in the cooling system and we carefully add coolant to the reser.

compartment under the luggage box To prevent the spare tire and tools cover. Store the spare tire in the same com- The jack. and wheel lug partment by turning the winged hold nut wrench are stored in the luggage down bolt clockwise. tire changing only. Follow the instructions in this sec- tion when changing a tire to reduce the risk of serious injury or death. ! . OIB064016 OIB064019 ➀ Jack handle ➁ Jack Turn the winged hold down bolt counterclockwise to remove the ➂ Wheel lug nut wrench spare tire. from “rattling.$#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% $"%""!!$ % Jack and tools Removing and storing the spare WARNING tire Changing a tire can be dangerous.” store them in their The jack is provided for emergency proper location. jack handle.

designated jacking positions on the vehicle and NEVER on the 2. bumpers or any other part of the $#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% jack causing serious injury or and place the ignition switch in the death to you or those nearby.Press the hazard warning flasher button. 3.Block both the front and rear of the the road on level. LOCK/OFF position. 5. (Continued) ! . firm ground tire diagonally opposite of the tire away from traffic before trying to you are changing. • Be sure to use the jack provided with the vehicle.Changing tires (Continued) Follow these steps to change your vehicle’s tire: WARNING • ALWAYS place the jack on the 1. change a tire. jack. ALWAYS • Keep children away from the move the vehicle completely off road and the vehicle. in the vehicle while it is on the 4. and spare tire • NEVER attempt to change a tire from the vehicle. apply the parking brake. • Do not get under a vehicle that • Do not allow anyone to remain is supported by a jack.Park on a level. in the lane of traffic. • Do not start or run the engine tions: while the vehicle is on the jack. If you cannot find a level.  call a towing service for assis- tance. firm place off the road. firm surface. vehicle for jacking support.Remove the wheel lug nut wrench. Take the following safety precau. jack handle.Move the shift lever into neutral A vehicle can slip or roll off of a position. jack.

$#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% OIB064005 OIB064006 OIB064007 6.Insert the jack handle into the jack clockwise one turn each in the jacking position under the frame and turn it clockwise. 7. Make sure the vehicle is has been raised off of the ground. The jacking positions are ground.Place the jack at the designated 8. tabs and a raised dot. vehicle until the tire clears the remove any lug nuts until the tire ing.Loosen the wheel lug nuts counter. plates welded to the frame with two stable on the jack. ! . but do not closest to the tire you are chang. Never jack any other position or part of the vehicle. raising the order shown above.

tighten the lug nuts in the order the jack and tools to their proper stor- 12. or higher than recommended. Use the wheel lug nut wrench to tires. If you lose 11. 13. If the pressure is lower on the ground out of the way. buy another and install it gers onto the studs with the OIB064008 as soon as possible.ft). If the cap is not replaced. mounting surfaces. Always reinstall the valve 10. After changing smaller end of the lug nuts clos. After changing tires.m (65~79 sure. !. air may leak from the tire. that an authorized HYUNDAI i Information  dealer tighten the lug nuts to their Check the tire pressure as soon as pos- proper torque as soon as possi. ble. Remove the in chapter 10 for tire pressure wheel from the studs and lay it flat instructions. drive $#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% Remove any dirt or debris from the slowly to the nearest service station studs. pressure. check the lug nut wrench and remove them tire pressure (see “Tires and Wheels” with your fingers. pressure. and and adjust it to the recommended wheel. The wheel lug nut should be Adjust it to the recommended pres- tightened to 9~11 kg. secure the flat tire and return est to the wheel. by turning the jack handle coun. a valve cap. Tighten the lug nuts with your fin. lb. sible after installing a spare tire. nut until they are tight. Install the spare tire onto the cap after checking or adjusting tire studs of the hub. we recommend terclockwise.Loosen the lug nuts with the wheel If you have a tire gauge. Lower the vehicle to the ground shown. Double-check each lug age locations.).9.

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Make certain during tire changing that the same nuts that were removed are rein- stalled. lug nuts. do not attempt to change the tire and call for assistance. If any of the equipment such as the jack. ! . or other equip- ment is damaged or in poor condi- tion.$#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% NOTICE Your vehicle has metric threads on the studs and lug nuts. studs. If you have to replace your lug nuts make sure they have metric threads to avoid damaging the studs and ensure the wheel is properly secured to the hub. We recommend that you consult an authorized HYUNDAI dealer for assistance.

the vehicle. we recommend having it done by an NOTICE authorized HYUNDAI dealer or a commercial tow-truck service. Use a wheel lift or flatbed equipment. OIB064010  OIB064012 If emergency towing is necessary.!$# Towing service It is acceptable to tow the vehicle with the rear wheels on the ground (without dollies) and the front wheels off the ground. use a towing dolly under the front wheels. ! . ment. OIB064011 When being towed by a commercial tow truck and wheel dollies are not dolly used. If any of the loaded wheels or suspension components $#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% are damaged or the vehicle is being towed with the front wheels on the ground. • Do not tow the vehicle with the Proper lifting and towing procedures front wheels on the ground as this are necessary to prevent damage to may cause damage to the vehicle. the front of the vehicle should always be lifted. not the rear. The use of wheel dollies • Do not tow with sling-type equip- or flatbed is recommended.

Place the shift lever in N (Neutral).Open the trunk. and remove the towing hook from the tool case.$#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% When towing your vehicle in an Removable towing hook 2. clockwise into the hole until it is fully secured. 3.Remove the towing hook and NOTICE install the cover after use.Install the towing hook by turning it 2. Failure to place the shift lever in N (Neutral) when being towed with the front wheels on the ground can cause internal damage to the OIB064013 transaxle.Release the parking brake. ! .Place the ignition switch in the front bumper.Remove the hole cover pressing emergency without wheel dollies: the lower part of the cover on the ■ Type A 1. 4. ACC position. 3. ■ Type B OIB064017 1.

and even force. the wheels.Emergency towing ■ Rear Always follow these emergency tow- ing precautions: ■ Front • Type A • Place the ignition switch in the ACC position so the steering wheel is not locked. axles. $#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% • Place the shift lever in N (Neutral). Apply steady mend you have it done by an author. If towing is necessary. your vehicle may be required because the power steer- • Type B temporarily towed using a cable or ing system will be disabled. power train. steering and brakes must all be in • Do not jerk the hook. • Use a vehicle heavier than your ing hook at the front (or rear) of the own to tow your vehicle. • The drivers of both vehicles should  Use extreme caution when towing communicate with each other fre- the vehicle with a cable or chain. we recom. A quently. ized HYUNDAI dealer or a commer. • Release the parking brake. vehicle. only on hard-surfaced roads for a • Fasten the towing cable or chain OIB064018 short distance and at low speeds. Also. cial tow truck service. check it and operate the brakes. chain secured to the emergency tow. • Depress the brake pedal with more force than normal since you will have reduced braking perform- OIB064015 ance. that the hook is not broken or dam- Towing in this manner may be done aged. If towing service is not available in an • More steering effort will be OIB064014 ■ Front emergency. securely to the hook. driver must be in the vehicle to steer • Before emergency towing. good condition. ! .

•Use a towing cable or chain less than 5 m (16 feet) long. sand or other conditions from which the vehicle cannot be driven out under its own OTD069011 power. Do not pull from the side or at a vertical angle. Attach a white or red cloth (about 30 cm (12 inches) wide) in the middle of the cable or chain for easy visibility.$#'#"'"' %'$%'&&&% NOTICE To avoid damage to your vehicle and vehicle components when towing: • Always pull straight ahead when using the towing hooks. • Drive carefully so the towing cable or chain remains tight during tow- ing. • Do not use the towing hooks to pull a vehicle out of mud. !! .

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Engine oil dipstick 10. Brake/clutch fluid reservoir 3. Air cleaner 7. Engine oil filler cap 2.3424-3 n Diesel engine 1.. Fuel filter h The actual engine room in the vehicle may differ from the illustration. Radiator cap 8. Positive battery terminal 4. Engine room junction block 6. Negative battery terminal 5.204. Windshield washer fluid reservoir 11. OIB074001 1/( . Engine coolant reservoir 9.

plete or insufficient servicing may ity. about any servicing or maintenance procedure. !"$" "$#$!$ You should exercise the utmost care Owner's responsibility Owner maintenance precautions to prevent damage to your vehicle i Information Improper or incomplete service may and injury to yourself whenever per. incom. Inadequate. authorized HYUNDAI dealer. with the vehicle. result in operational problems with your vehicle that could lead to vehi. If you're unsure dance with the scheduled mainte. 1/) . an accident. have your vehicle serviced by an Improper owner maintenance during al injury. instructions only for the maintenance tion procedures. read the show proper maintenance has been separate Service Passport provided performed on your vehicle in accor. Repairs and adjustments required as a result of improper maintenance or a lack of required maintenance are not covered when your vehicle is covered by warranty. result in problems. with the servicing and maintenance requirements of your vehicle war- ranties. or person. items that are easy to perform. the warranty period may affect war- You should retain documents that ranty coverage. Maintenance Service and Record Retention are the owner's responsibil.204.3424-3 nance service charts shown on the following pages. We recommend in general that you i Information cle damage. Detailed warranty information is pro. For details. vided in your Service Passport. we recommend that the . This chapter gives forming any maintenance or inspec. system be seviced by an authorized mation to establish your compliance HYUNDAI dealer. You need this infor.

"-" terminal. etc. washer engine running is dangerous. These can become tion cables and electrical wiring. if you must run the • Do not put heavy objects or apply Maintenance work engine while working under the excessive force on top of the • Performing maintenance work hood. HYUNDAI dealer. Fuel. WARNING • When checking the engine room. necklaces) and all neckties. dealer.204. watches. make certain that you engine cover (if equipped) or fuel on a vehicle can be dangerous. we • Do not drive long time with the recommend that the system be engine cover(if equipped) servied by an authorized removed.3424-3 (Continued) NOTICE WARNING Therefore. we recommend that you sufficient knowledge and experi. entangled in moving parts and you should disconnect the battery result in injury. (Continued) 1/" . and • When you inspect the fuel system while performing some mainte. bracelets. Doing so may cause fire. If you lack scarves. are flammable oils that becomes even more dangerous engine compartment. It other combustible material in the fluid. equipment to do the work. when you wear jewelry or loose may cause a heat-induced fire. • Working under the hood with the Do not leave gloves. You may get an elec- (Continued) tric shock from the electric current. and similar loose cloth. remove all jewelry (especially related parts.. (fuel lines and fuel injection nance procedures. You can be seriously injured rings. rags or any do not go near fire. ing before getting near the contact an authorized HYUNDAI ence or the proper tools and engine or cooling fans. devices). igni- clothing. • Before touching the battery.

injector control system produce consider. when you are checking the ness within the engine room while engine room while the engine is engine is running. 1/' . if it touches the the artificial heart pacemaker to body. . below. and the engine computer able magnetic fields. with engine running or within 30 seconds after shutting off engine. be Diesel Engine • The injector operates at high volt- careful not to damage the cover. • Be careful when you replace and Never work on injection system the following accidents may occur. injector wiring may cause electric High-pressure pump. age (maximum 200v). shock or damage your muscle or ject to high pressure even after nerve system.Do not touch the injector. injectors and high-pressure pipes are sub.Direct contact with the injector or trical shock. Therefore. .Do not remove the injector con- nector while the engine is run- ning.People using pacemakers must not go near the engine while the engine is starting or running. currents in the electronic engine .204.The electromagnetic wave from produced by fuel leaks may cause the operating injector may cause serious injury. the engine stopped. clean bulbs to avoid burns or elec. . People using pacemakers malfunction. wirings. since the high running.3424-3 closer to the ECU or wiring har. while the engine is running. rail. The fuel jet .(Continued) Engine compartment precautions • When you remove the interior trim WARNING (Diesel engine) cover with a flat head (-) driver. should not move more than 30cm • Follow the safety tips provided .

• Check for fluid leaks under your Be careful when checking your vehicle (water dripping from the air engine coolant level when the conditioning system during or after engine is hot. level. Notice any increased steer- brought to the attention of your deal. check the transaxle fluid level. listen and check If any of the above parts are for unusual sounds. ing wheel. Scalding hot coolant use is normal). This could cause burns or other serious injury. ahead position. and steam may blow out under pressure. • Check the coolant level in coolant • Check for vibrations in the steering Any adverse conditions should be reservoir.3424-3 "$# !"$" "$# The following lists are vehicle checks Owner maintenance schedule While operating your vehicle: and inspections that should be per.. or change in its straight- These Owner Maintenance Checks • Look for low or under-inflated tires. exhaust fumes in the vehicle. etc. parts and lubricants used. 1/% . operation of your transaxle occurs. we recommend or "hard-to-push" brake pedal. increased brake pedal travel of their condition. • When stopping. WARNING • Check the parking brake. that you contact an authorized • If any slipping or changes in the HYUNDAI dealer. pulling to one extremely dirty or you are not sure side. • Check the windshield washer fluid ing effort or looseness in the steer- er as soon as possible. wheel. • Note any changes in the sound of formed at the frequencies indicated When you stop for fuel: the exhaust or any smell of to help ensure safe. are generally not covered by war. • Check the radiator and condenser. dirt or insects road.204. Check if the front of the radiator and condenser are clean and not when traveling on smooth. operation of your vehicle. dependable • Check the engine oil level. level blocked with leaves. • Notice if your vehicle constantly ranties and you may be charged for turns slightly or "pulls" to one side labor.

signals and hazard warning flash.204. • Check the air conditioning system. • Check for worn tires and loose wheel lug nuts.At least monthly: At least twice a year At least once a year: • Check the coolant level in the (i. dampened with washer fluid. • Clean the battery and terminals. 1/1 . spray and wiper operation. • Check the brake/clutch fluid level. • Check the lap/shoulder belts for .e. exhaust pipes. turn damage. strips. • Check the headlight alignment. checks.. • Check the windshield washer • Lubricate the door and hood locks ers. Clean and latches. • Check the radiator. • Check the inflation pressures of all wiper blades with clean cloth • Lubricate the door rubber weather- tires including the spare.3424-3 wear and function. • Check the operation of all exterior conditioning hoses for leaks or • Lubricate the door hinges and lights. and hood hinges. • Check the muffler. heater and air holes. every Spring and Fall): • Clean the body and door drain engine coolant reservoir. including the stoplights. shields and clamps.

replace or refill more fre- conditions apply.3424-3 $$# !"$" "$#$!$## Follow the Normal Maintenance If your vehicle is operated under the Schedule if the vehicle is usually above conditions. chart. rough roads • Driving in areas using salt or other corrosive materials or in very cold weather • Driving in the condition of inflowing sand or dust into engine • Driving in heavy traffic area • Driving in mountainous areas • Towing a trailer • Driving for patrol car. follow Maintenance Schedule. • Extensive idling • Driving in dusty. you should operated where none of the following inspect. taxi. quently than the following Normal ing conditions apply. commer- cial car or vehicle towing • Driving over 170 km/h (106 mile/h) • Frequently driving in stop-and-go conditions 1/$ . If any of the follow.. continue to follow the pre- • Repeated short distance driving scribed maintenance intervals.204. After the Maintenance Under Severe Usage periods or distance shown in the Conditions.

available from your authorised HYUNDAI dealer along with tained properly. Keep receipts for all vehicle emission services to protect your warranty. surging. Correct or replace. Additives are *3 : The engine oil level should be checked regularly and main. 1/$$ . and such damage is not covered *8 : Maintenance schedule depends on fuel quality. the frequency of service is deter- mined by whichever occurs first. difficulty in starting problems etc. can damage the engine.PETROL ENGINE The following maintenance services must be performed to ensure good emission control and performance. if nec- result in serious malfunction or engine damage. *4 : Inspect for excessive valve noise and/or engine vibration loss of power. Where both kilometres and time are shown. Do not mix other additives. An improper coolant mixture can and all chassis electrical items. water for your vehicle and never mix hard water in the *9 : Inspect drive belt tensioner. cle has been submerged in water. able. of the maintenance schedule and consulting with an autho- *5 : When adding coolant. essary. *1 : Check the engine oil level and leak every 500 km (350 *6 : Manual transaxle fluid should be changed anytime the vehi- miles) or before starting a long trip. *7 : If good quality petrols that meet Europe Fuel standards ing at constant highway speeds must conform the severe (EN228) or equivalents including fuel additives is not avail- driving condition.NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE . Operating with an insufficient amount of oil information on how to use them. *2 : Driving in ambient temperature over 40 °C (104 °F) or driv. some important matters like fuel flow restriction. If there are by warranty. We recommend that an authorized recommend replacing the fuel filter immediately regardless HYUNDAI dealer should perform the operation. Starter coolant filled at the factory. one bottle of additive is recommended.3424-3 and adjust if necessary. we . use only deionised water or soft rised HYUNDAI dealer for details.204. idler & alternator pulley.

I . top-up.204.3424-3 NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE . . Engine coolant (topup & specific gravity)* Replace first at 210. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ENGINE BAY Engine oil & filter*1 *2 *3 I R R R R R R R R Drive belts I I I I I I I I I Air cleaner filter . Clean every 10.000 Km or 120 months. No service required I : Inspect and if necessary adjust.PETROL ENGINE (CONT.) MAINTENANCE Number of months or driving distance. . C C C C C C C C Spark plugs . ..000 Km or 120 months 4 Valve clearance * Inspect if required Hoses (Vaccum/ EGR / VGT/ WGT) . clean or replace C: Clean and Replace if necessary R : Replace 1/$& . whichever comes first INTERVALS Kms×1. then at every 120.000 Km or 120 months 6 Manual transaxle fluid* . I I I I I I I I Tensioner/idler/damper pulley Inspect when replacing the drive belt or timing belt/chain Power steering fluid and hoses Not applicable Brake/Clutch fluid I I I I I I I I I 5 Inspect at every service. Replace every 160.5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 MAINTENANCE Months 2 12 24 36 48 60 72 84 96 ITEM Years .000 1. . . - Automatic transaxle fluid No check.000 km or 12 months. C C R C C R C C Battery condition & specific gravity I I I I I I I I I Throttle body .

R . I I I I I I I I Climate control air filter I R R R R R R R R Check AC system (refrigerant/Compressor) I I I I I I I I I Cooling system (water pump.PETROL ENGINE (CONT.NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE .) MAINTENANCE Number of months or driving distance.hoses) & leakage I I I I I I I I I VEHICLE ON LIFT Steering gear rack.5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 MAINTENANCE Months 2 12 24 36 48 60 72 84 96 ITEM Years . whichever comes first INTERVALS Kms×1. . . top-up. . linkage and boots I I I I I I I I I Exhaust system I I I I I I I I I Fuel filter* 8 . - Fuel tank air filter Not applicable Front & rear suspension (linkages & ball joints) I I I I I I I I I I : Inspect and if necessary adjust. washer fluid) I I I I I I I I I Brake/Clutch (Pedal free play/Pipes/Hoses/Connectors) I I I I I I I I I Fuel filler cap . . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 VEHICLE ON FLOOR Wiper (wiper blade . . clean or replace A : Add R : Replace C : Clean and replace if necessary 1/$* .000 1.

TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR FINAL CHECKS Bolt and nuts on chasis and body I I I I I I I I I Lubricate locks & hinges I L L L L L L L L Check all electrical systems (Drive belts . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Fuel lines. Inspect if required Tyre Pressure. top-up. hoses and connections I I I I I I I I I Driveshafts & boots I I I I I I I I I Fluid leakages I I I I I I I I I Front and rear wheel bearings & bushes Inspect if required Front and rear disc/drum brakes & pads I I I I I I I I I Parking brake (disc .alternator)* 9 I I I I I I I I I Warning lights operation & G-Scan system check I I I I I I I I I Ext & int.5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Months 2 12 24 36 48 60 72 84 96 MAINTENANCE ITEM Years . clean or replace A : Add L : Lubricate R : Replace TR : Tyre Rotation 1/$( .PETROL ENGINE (CONT.204. whichever comes first INTERVALS Kms×1.000 1.shoe & operation) I I I I I I I I I Wheel Alignment & Balancing .condition & rotation .) MAINTENANCE Number of months or driving distance. lights.. horn & gauges I I I I I I I I I I : Inspect and if necessary adjust.3424-3 NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE .

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Power window / Sunroof operation (if equipped) I I I I I I I I I All seat belt operation I I I I I I I I I Road test Inspect if required I : Inspect and if necessary adjust.3424-3 1/$) .5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Months 2 12 24 36 48 60 72 84 96 MAINTENANCE ITEM Years .PETROL ENGINE (CONT. top-up.204. clean or replace A : Add L : Lubricate R : Replace TR : Tyre Rotation .NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE .) MAINTENANCE Number of months or driving distance.000 1. whichever comes first INTERVALS Kms×1.

Engine oil and engine oil filter R Every 5. Automatic transaxle fluid (if equipped) R Every 100. J A. D. D.. adjust. F. H. E. J Replace more frequently Air cleaner filter R C. correct. I. C.000 km (80.000 miles) C. H depending on the condition Manual transaxle fluid (if equipped) R Every 120.3424-3 MAINTENANCE UNDER SEVERE USAGE CONDITIONS . E. I. G depending on the condition 1/$" . I : Inspect and if necessary. I. C. E depending on the condition Replace more frequently Spark plugs R B.000 km (62. J Inspect more frequently Steering gear rack. D. G.PETROL ENGINE The following items must be serviced more frequently on cars mainly used under severe driving conditions.500 miles) G. H. linkage and boots I C.000 km (3. F. clean or replace R : Replace or change Maintenance Maintenance item Maintenance intervals Driving condition operation A. H. E. F. Refer to the chart below for the appropriate maintenance intervals. B. D.204.000 miles) or 6 months F. E. G.

E. taxi. H. D. G. E depending on the condition Severe driving conditions F : Driving in heavy traffic area A : Repeated short distance driving G : Driving in mountainous areas H : Towing a trailer B : Extensive idling C : Driving in dusty. D. I. D. Maintenance item Maintenance Maintenance intervals Driving condition operation Front suspension ball joints I Inspect more frequently C. H depending on the condition Driveshaft and boots I Inspect more frequently C. J depending on the condition . commercial car or vehicle D : Driving in areas using salt or other corrosive towing materials or in very cold weather J : Driving over 170 km/h (106 mile/h) E : Driving in the condition of inflowing sand or dust into engine 1/$' . rough roads I : Driving for patrol car. D. E. H depending on the condition Parking brake I Inspect more frequently C. G depending on the condition Disc brakes and pads. E.204. F. G. F. G.3424-3 Climate control air filter (if equipped) R Replace more frequently C. D. E. G. H depending on the condition Drum brakes and linlings (if equipped) I Inspect more frequently C. calipers and rotors I Inspect more frequently C.

. able. Do not mix other additives can damage the engine. Starter coolant filled at the factory. Correct or replace. *7 : If good quality petrols that meet Europe Fuel standards ing at constant highway speeds must conform the severe (EN228) or equivalents including fuel additives is not avail- driving condition. *2 : Driving in ambient temperature over 40 °C (104 °F) or driv. the frequency of service is deter- mined by whichever occurs first. if nec- result in serious malfunction or engine damage. Operating with an insufficient amount of oil information on how to use them.204. cle has been submerged in water. 1/$% . An improper coolant mixture can and all chassis electrical items. Additives are *3 : The engine oil level should be checked regularly and main. we and adjust if necessary. essary. use only deionised water or soft rised HYUNDAI dealer for details. surging. idler & alternator pulley. Keep receipts for all vehicle emission services to protect your warranty.3424-3 NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE . Where both kilometres and time are shown. difficulty in starting problems etc. water for your vehicle and never mix hard water in the *9 : Inspect drive belt tensioner. *1 : Check the engine oil level and leak every 500 km (350 *6 : Manual transaxle fluid should be changed anytime the vehi- miles) or before starting a long trip.FOR DIESEL ENGINE The following maintenance services must be performed to ensure good emission control and performance. of the maintenance schedule and consulting with an autho- *5 : When adding coolant. If there are by warranty. some important matters like fuel flow restriction. and such damage is not covered *8 : Maintenance schedule depends on fuel quality. We recommend that an authorized recommend replacing the fuel filter immediately regardless HYUNDAI dealer should perform the operation. available from your authorised HYUNDAI dealer along with tained properly. *4 : Inspect for excessive valve noise and/or engine vibration loss of power. one bottle of additive is recommended.

. .5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Months 2 12 24 36 48 60 72 84 96 MAINTENANCE ITEM Years .DIESEL ENGINE MAINTENANCE Number of months or driving distance. Engine coolant (topup & specific gravity)* Replace first at 210. I .000 Km or 120 months 6 Manual transaxle fluid* . then at every 120. - Automatic transaxle fluid Not applicable I : Inspect and if necessary adjust. . C R C R C R C R Battery condition & specific gravity I I I I I I I I I 4 Valve clearance * (if applicable) Inspect if required Hoses (Vaccum/ EGR / VGT/ WGT) .000 Km or 120 months.NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE .000 1. clean or replace C : Clean and Replace if necessary R : Replace 1/$1 . I I I I I I I I Tensioner/idler/damper pulley Inspect when replacing the drive belt or timing belt/chain Brake/Clutch fluid I I I I I I I I I 5 Inspect at every service. whichever comes first INTERVALS Kms×1. top-up. . . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ENGINE BAY 1 2 3 Engine oil & filter* * * I R R R R R R R R Drive belts I I I I I I I I I Air cleaner filter .

linkage and boots I I I I I I I I I Exhaust system I I I I I I I I I Fuel filter cartridge*8 . washer fluid) I I I I I I I I I Brake/Clutch (pedal free play/pipes/hoses/connectors) I I I I I I I I I Fuel filler cap .3424-3 NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE . .5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 MAINTENANCE Months 2 12 24 36 48 60 72 84 96 ITEM Years . R . whichever comes first INTERVALS Kms×1.DIESEL ENGINE (CONT. top-up. R .) MAINTENANCE Number of months or driving distance. I I I I I I I I Climate control air filter I R R R R R R R R Check AC system (refrigerant/compressor) I I I I I I I I I Cooling system (water pump.000 1. R Fuel tank air filter Not applicable Front & rear suspension (linkages & ball joints) I I I I I I I I I I : Inspect and if necessary adjust. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 VEHICLE ON FLOOR Wiper (wiper blade .. R .204.hoses) & leakage I I I I I I I I I VEHICLE ON LIFT 4WD Shaft Differential Transfer case oil (if applicable) Not applicable Steering gear rack. clean or replace A : Add R : Replace C : Clean and replace if necessary 1/& .

NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE . condition & rotation .204. clean or replace A : Add L : Lubricate R : Replace TR : Tyre Rotation 1/&$ . Inspect if required Tyre pressure. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Fuel lines.alternator)*9 I I I I I I I I I Warning lights operation & GDS system check I I I I I I I I I Ext & Int. TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR FINAL CHECKS Bolt and nuts on chasis and body I I I I I I I I I Lubricate locks & hinges I L L L L L L L L Check all electrical systems (Drive belts .3424-3 Wheel Alignment & Balancing (If required) .DIESEL ENGINE (CONT.5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Months 2 12 24 36 48 60 72 84 96 MAINTENANCE ITEM Years . horn & gauges I I I I I I I I I I : Inspect and if necessary adjust. lights. top-up.000 1.shoe & operation) I I I I I I I I I . whichever comes first INTERVALS Kms×1. hoses and connections I I I I I I I I I Driveshafts & boots I I I I I I I I I Fluid leakages I I I I I I I I I Front and rear wheel bearings & bushes Inspect if required Front and rear disc/drum brakes & pads I I I I I I I I I Parking brake (disc .) MAINTENANCE Number of months or driving distance.

DIESEL ENGINE (CONT.000 1.204. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Power window / Sunroof operation (if equipped) I I I I I I I I I All seat belt operation I I I I I I I I I Road test Inspect if required I : Inspect and if necessary adjust. top-up.3424-3 NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE .5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Months 2 12 24 36 48 60 72 84 96 MAINTENANCE ITEM Years . clean or replace A:Add L : Lubricate R : Replace TR : Tyre Rotation 1/&& . whichever comes first INTERVALS Kms×1..) MAINTENANCE Number of months or driving distance.

H.DIESEL ENGINE The following items must be serviced more frequently on cars mainly used under severe driving conditions. D. adjust. G. E.000 kms or 6 months H. G. G depending on the condition 1/&* . I. B. C. F. Engine oil and engine oil filter R Every 5. K. R : Replace I : Inspect and if necessary.MAINTENANCE UNDER SEVERE USAGE CONDITIONS . L Replace more frequently Air cleaner filter R C. Refer to the chart below for the appropriate maintenance intervals. correct. F. linkage and boots I Inspect more frequently C. clean or replace Maintenance MAINTENANCE ITEM Maintenance intervals Driving condition operation A. D. E. J. I.000 kms C.204. K .3424-3 Steering gear rack. E depending on the condition Manual transaxle fluid (if equipped) R Every 100.

rough roads I : Driving for patrol car. E. H.. commercial car or vehicle D : Driving in areas using salt or other corrosive towing materials or in very cold weather J : Driving in very cold weather E : Driving in the condition of inflowing sand or dust into K : Driving over 170 km/h (106 mile/h) engine L : Frequently driving in stop-and-go conditions F : Driving in heavy traffic area 1/&( . G depending on the condition Disc brakes and pads. Drive shaft and boots I depending on the condition I. K. D. G.3424-3 Maintenance MAINTENANCE ITEM Maintenance intervals Driving condition operation Front suspension ball joints I Inspect more frequently C. F. L Inspect more frequently Climate control air filter (if equipped) R C. D. E. G. F. taxi. calipers and rotors I Inspect more frequently C. J. E depending on the condition Severe driving conditions A : Repeated short distance driving G : Driving in mountainous areas. E. B : Extensive idling H : Towing a trailer C : Driving in dusty.204. H depending on the condition Inspect more frequently C. G. D. D. H depending on the condition Parking brake I Inspect more frequently C.

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excessive wear or oil check for leaks at the connections. People using pacemakers should not move than 30cm closer to the ECU or wiring harness within the engine room while engine is run- ning. High pressure pump. rail. seconds after shutting off engine.3424-3 odically for proper tension and adjusted as necessary. since the high currents in the Common Rail system produce considerable magnetic fields.204. cause multiple issues such as hard age. The fuel jet place the ignition switch in the produced by fuel leaks may cause serious injury. 1/&) . and cuts. foreign matter accumulates in the replaced by an authoized HYUNDAI fuel tank. cracks. if it touch the body. the engine stopped. the filter may require dealer. fuel hoses and the maintenance schedule. fuel hoses and con- The engine oil and filter should be A clogged filter can limit the speed at nections changed at the intervals specified in which the vehicle may be driven. We recommend that the fuel more frequent oil and filter changes starting. replacement more frequently. We recommend that the fuel filter be Never work on injection system replaced by an authoized HYUNDAI with engine running or within 30 . fuel hoses and connections be are required. If the car damage the emission system and connections for leakage and dam- is being driven in severe conditions. Check the fuel lines. dealer. Diesel only saturation and replace if necessary. Drive belts should be checked peri. If an excessive amount of lines. " !"##$$# !"$" "$#!$ Engine oil and filter Fuel filter Fuel lines. Drive belts WARNING After installing a new filter. injectors and high pressure pipes are sub- NOTICE ject to high pressure even after When you are inspecting the belt. LOCK/OFF or ACC position. run the Inspect all drive belts for evidence of engine for several minutes.

You may burn yourself. Particular attention should be Make sure to install new spark plugs paid to examine those hose surfaces of the correct heat range. vapor hose or fuel filler cap is cor. Inspect the surface of hoses for evi. such as the exhaust manifold. sharp spark plugs when the engine is edges or moving component which hot. and rectly replaced. might cause heat damage or mechanical wear. to make sure they are secure. 1/&" . filter be replaced by an authorized vals specified in the maintenance dence of heat and/or mechanical HYUNDAI dealer. tears. WARNING Inspect the hose routing to assure that the hoses do not come in con. excessive swelling indicate deterio. abrasions. and that no leaks are pres- ent. cracking.204. Make sure that a new damage.3424-3 Vapor hose and fuel filler cap Vacuum crankcase ventilation Air cleaner filter The vapor hose and fuel filler cap hoses (if equipped) We recommend that the air cleaner should be inspected at those inter. Inspect all hose connections. cuts. Hard and brittle rubber. schedule. Hoses should be replaced immediately if there is any evidence of deterioration or damage. nearest to high heat sources. Do not disconnect and inspect tact with any heat source. Spark plugs ration. such as clamps and couplings..

deterioration and including the parking brake pedal hoses and connections for leakage any leakage. Brake discs. 1/&' .204. cracks. The coolant should be changed at fluid reservoir. "MAX" (Maximum) marks on the side of the reservoir. Replace any deteriorat. and damage. Replace any damaged ed or damaged parts immediately. and cables. chafing. (if equipped) Inspect the manual transaxle fluid according to the maintenance sched- ule. calipers and Brake fluid rotors Coolant Check brake fluid level in the brake Check the pads for excessive wear. and the intervals specified in the mainte. between "MIN" (Minimum) and calipers for fluid leakage. parts. The level should be discs for run out and wear. Visually check for proper installation. coolant reservoir. pads. nance schedule. Use only hydraulic brake fluid conforming to DOT 3 or Manual transaxle fluid . Inspect the parking brake system such as radiator.Cooling system Brake hoses and lines Parking brake Check cooling system components.3424-3 DOT 4 specification.

repack the boots/lower arm ball joint grease. check for excessive free-play in Air conditioning refrigerant the steering wheel. Replace any damaged Steering gear box. damage. or age. Replace any damaged parts. 1/&% . damage. deterioration. or to the specified torque.3424-3 Suspension mounting bolts Drive shafts and boots Check the suspension connections Check the drive shafts. (if equipped) Check the linkage for bends or dam.204. Retighten clamps for cracks.. Check the air conditioning lines and age. Check the dust boots and ball connections for leakage and dam- joints for deterioration. if necessary. linkage & parts and. boots and for looseness or damage. With the vehicle stopped and engine off. cracks.

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Checking the engine oil level 3.Turn the engine off and wait for a n Petrol engine
few minutes (about 5 minutes) for
n Petrol engine
the oil to return to the oil pan.
4.Pull the dipstick out, wipe it clean,
and reinsert it fully.

WARNING
Radiator hose
Be very careful not to touch the OIB074006
radiator hose when checking or n Diesel Engine
OIB074004 adding the engine oil as it may be
n Diesel Engine
hot enough to burn you.

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5.Pull the dipstick out again and
check the level. The level should be
between F (Full) and L (Low).

NOTICE
• Do not spill engine oil, when OIB074005
OIB074003 adding or changing engine oil. If If it is near or at L (Low), add enough
you drop the engine oil on the oil to bring the level to F (Full). Do not
1.Be sure the vehicle is on level engine room, wipe it off immediate- overfill.
ground. ly.
2.Start the engine and allow it to • When you wipe the oil level gauge, Use a funnel to help prevent oil from
reach normal operating tempera- you should wipe it with a clean being spilled on engine components.
ture. cloth. When mixed with debris, it
can cause engine damage.

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Use only the specified engine oil. Changing the engine oil and filter
(Refer to "Recommended lubricants WARNING
We recommend that the engine oil
and capacities" in chapter 10.) and filter be replaced by an author- Used engine oil may cause skin
ized HYUNDAI dealer. irritation or cancer if left in contact
with the skin for prolonged periods
of time. Used engine oil contains
chemicals that have caused can-
cer 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.

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The high-pressure cooling system Checking the coolant level (Continued)
has a reservoir filled with year-round
antifreeze coolant. The reservoir is • Turn the engine off and wait until
WARNING it cools down. Use extreme care
filled at the factory.
when removing the radiator cap.
Check the antifreeze protection and Removing radiator cap
Wrap a thick towel around it,
coolant level at least once a year, at
and turn it counterclockwise
the beginning of the winter season,
slowly to the first stop. Step
and before traveling to a colder cli-
back while the pressure is
mate. • Never attempt to released from the cooling sys-
remove the radiator cap while tem. When you are sure all the
NOTICE the engine is operating or hot. pressure has been released,
Doing so might lead to cooling press down on the cap, using a
• Do not drive with no engine system and engine damage and
coolant. It may cause water pump thick towel, and continue turning
could result in serious personal counterclockwise to remove it.
failure and engine seizure, etc.

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injury from escaping hot coolant
• When the engine overheats from or steam. • Even if the engine is not operat-
low engine coolant, suddenly ing, do not remove the radiator
(Continued) cap or the drain plug while the
adding engine coolant may cause
cracks in the engine. To prevent engine and radiator are hot. Hot
damage, add engine coolant slow- coolant and steam may still blow
ly in small quantities. out under pressure, causing
serious injury.

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n Petrol engine If the coolant level is low, add enough
WARNING distilled (deionized) water.
The electric motor Bring the level to F (Full), but do not
(cooling fan) is con- overfill. If frequent additions are
trolled by engine required, we recommend that the
coolant temperature, system be inspected by an author-
refrigerant pressure ized HYUNDAI dealer.
and vehicle speed. It may some-
times operate even when the
engine is not running. Use OIB074008
extreme caution when working n Diesel Engine
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 automatical-
ly shut off. This is a normal condi-
tion.

OIB074007
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 (Full) and L (Low)
marked on the side of the coolant
reservoir when the engine is cool.

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Recommended engine coolant n Petrol engine
WARNING
• Use only soft (distilled) water in the
coolant mixture. Radiator cap
• The engine in your vehicle has alu-
minum engine parts and must be
protected by an ethylene-glycol-
based coolant to prevent corrosion
and freezing. Do not remove the radiator cap
• DO NOT USE alcohol or methanol when the engine and radiator are
coolant or mix them with the spec- OIB074010 hot. Scalding hot coolant and
ified coolant. n Diesel Engine steam may blow out under pres-
• Do not use a solution that contains sure causing serious injury.
more than 60% antifreeze or less
than 35% antifreeze, which would

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reduce the effectiveness of the
solution.

For mixture percentage, refer to the
following table.
OIB074009
Mixture Percentage
Ambient (volume)
Temperature
Antifreeze Water
-15°C (5°F) 35 65
-25°C (-13°F) 40 60
-35°C (-31°F) 50 50
-45°C (-49°F) 60 40

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Changing the coolant
WARNING
We recommend that the coolant be
replaced by an authorized HYUNDAI Coolant
dealer.
• Do not use radiator coolant or
antifreeze in the washer fluid
NOTICE
reservoir.
Put a thick cloth or fabric around the • Radiator coolant can severely
radiator cap before refilling the obscure visibility when sprayed
coolant in order to prevent the on the windshield and may
coolant from overflowing into engine cause loss of vehicle control or
parts such as the alternator. damage to paint and body trim.

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Checking the brake/clutch fluid Before removing the reservoir cap
level and adding brake/clutch fluid, clean WARNING
the area around the reservoir cap
n Petrol engine Loss of brake fluid
thoroughly to prevent brake/clutch
fluid contamination. If the level is low, In the event the brake system
add fluid to the MAX (Maximum) requires frequent additions of
level. The level will fall with accumu- fluid, we recommend that the sys-
lated mileage. This is a normal con- tem be inspected by an authorized
dition associated with the wear of the HYUNDAI dealer.
brake linings and/or clutch disc (if
equipped).
If the fluid level is excessively low, we i Information
OIB074012
recommend that the system be Before removing the brake/clutch fil-
n Diesel Engine checked by an authorized HYUNDAI ter cap, read the warning on the cap.
dealer.

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WARNING
Use only the specified brake/clutch
fluid. (Refer to “Recommended lubri- Clean filler cap before removing.
cants or capacities” in chapter 10.) Use only DOT3 or DOT4
brake/clutch fluid from a sealed
Never mix different types of fluid.
container.

OIB074011

Check the fluid level in the reservoir
periodically. The fluid level should be
between MAX (Maximum) and MIN
(Minimum) marks on the side of the
reservoir.

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NOTICE
WARNING
Do not allow brake/clutch fluid to
Brake/clutch fluid contact the vehicle's body paint, as
When changing and adding paint damage will result.
brake/clutch fluid, handle it care- Brake/clutch fluid, which has been
fully. Do not let it come in contact exposed to open air for an extended
with your eyes. If brake/clutch fluid time should never be used as its
come in contact with your eyes, quality cannot be guaranteed. It
immediately flush them with a should be properly disposed. Don't
large quantity of fresh tap water. put in the wrong kind of fluid. A few
Have your eyes examined by a drops of mineral-based oil, such as
doctor as soon as possible. engine oil, in your brake/clutch sys-
tem can damage brake/clutch sys-
tem parts.

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the washer fluid reservoir.3424-3 contain some amounts of alco. Damage to the vehicle or occu. Serious injury or kg (44 lbs. allow sparks or flame come in from the released position.204. use washer solvent with contact with the washer fluid or parking brake alone should securely antifreeze characteristics in cold cli. than specified. sonous to humans and animals. $#!  !"# $# Checking the washer fluid level Checking the parking brake WARNING Check the fluid level in the washer Coolant • Do not use radiator coolant or antifreeze in the washer fluid reservoir. we recommend that the system be inspected by an • Windshield washer fluid is poi. 196 N). 1/*' . death could occur. grade. • Radiator coolant can severely obscure visibility when sprayed on the windshield and may cause loss of vehicle control or damage to the paint and body trim. Do not “clicks’’ heard while fully applying it washer fluid is not available. the However. authorized HYUNDAI dealer. Check the stroke of the parking fluid reservoir and add fluid if neces. hol and can be flammable under brake by counting the number of sary. Do not drink and avoid coming in contact with the windshield Stroke : 6~8 “clicks’’ at a force of 20 washer fluid. hold the vehicle on a fairly steep mates to prevent freezing. Also. Plain water may be used if certain circumstances. OIB054004 OIB074014 • Windshield washer fluid agents . If the stroke is more or less pants could occur.

NOTICE or if you replace the fuel filter. the fuel system can be caused by 1. check each part if the fuel is leaking.. mately 5 times. from fuel and accumulating the water 5. we recommend that the • Clean the fuel around the fuel filter system be serviced by an or the injection pump before start- authorized HYUNDAI deal. be If the water accumulated in the fuel sure to extract air from the fuel sys- filter is not drained at proper times. on. Pump up and down(1) approxi- in its bottom. 2.3424-3 $#!$# #!$$ Draining water from fuel filter Extracting air from the fuel filter removing the bolt(2) with a cross- The fuel filter for diesel engine plays If you drive until you have no fuel left tip screw driver and reinstall the an important role of separating water bolt(2). 4. tem as it makes it difficult to start the damages to the major parts such as engine. Extract air from the fuel filter by removing the bolt(2) with a cross- tip screw driver and reinstall the bolt(2). Pump up and down(1) approxi- water permeation in the fuel filter. If water accumulates in the fuel filter. the warning light comes on when the i Information ignition switch is in the ON position. • Use cloths when you extract air so If this warning light turned that the fuel is not sprayed around. mately 50 times until the pump is hard. ing the engine to prevent fire. 3. er. OIB074016 • Finally.204. Extract air from the fuel filter by 1/*% . Pump up and down(1) approxi- mately 15 times.

3. If the vehicle is operated in extreme- ly dusty or sandy areas. 1/*1 . • We recommend that you use parts 1. (Refer to “Maintenance under severe usage conditions” in this chapter. removed. or damage air.3424-3 You can clean the filter when inspect. may result. !#$ "$# Filter replacement Replace the filter according to the Maintenance Schedule. replace the element more often than the usual recommended intervals. Clean the filter by using compressed not enter the air intake.204. Replace the air cleaner filter. Wipe the inside of the air cleaner. Loosen the air cleaner cover for replacement from an authorized attaching clips and open the cover. be careful that dust or dirt does ing the air cleaner element. HYUNDAI dealer. this will result in exces- OIB074017 sive engine wear. Lock the cover with the cover ter.) NOTICE OIB074018 • Do not drive with the air cleaner 2. attaching clips. • When removing the air cleaner fil- 4. .

Push in both sides of the glove box as shown. it should be inspected more fre- quently and cleaned earlier. and be care- ful to avoid damaging other compo- nents. OIB044021 2. clean it performing the following procedure. clean the climate control air filter.3424-3 ! $#"# !#!$# !#$ !$ Filter inspection Filter replacement If the vehicle is operated in the severely air-polluted cities or on dusty rough roads for a long period. OIB074022 Replace the filter according to the maintenance Schedule. Open the glove box.204. the owner. When you. 1/( .. This will ensure that the 1. glove box stopper pins will get released from its holding location allowing the glove box to hang.

OIB074024 the system may produce noise and the 3. 5.3424-3 of disassembly. Otherwise. OIB074023 ODH073012 4. Remove the climate control air fil. Reassemble in the reverse order . i Information When replacing the climate control air filter install it properly. 1/($ .204. effectiveness of the filter may be ter cover by pushing or pressing reduced. Replace the climate control air filter. the clip (1) on left side.

and rinse ly. Common sources of contamination are insects. adequately. tion and failure. 1JBA5122 NOTICE NOTICE The use of a non-specified wiper i Information To prevent damage to the wiper blade could result in wiper malfunc- blades. Commercial hot waxes applied by paint thinner. do not use petrol. When the wipers no longer clean eign matter can reduce the effective.3424-3 !$# $# Blade inspection Contamination of either the wind. NOTICE cial car washes. and require replacement. clean both the win. the blades may be worn ness of the windshield wipers. tree sap. kerosene. 1/(& . Blade replacement shield or the wiper blades with for. or cracked. If the blades are not To prevent damage to the wiper wiping properly. arms or other components. or other solvents on or automatic car washes have been near them. known to make the windshield diffi- cult to clean. thoroughly with clean water. do not dow and the blades with a good attempt to move the wipers manual- cleaner or mild detergent. and hot wax treatments used by some commer.204..

3424-3 wiper blade assembly to expose 1.Front windshield wiper blade Rear window wiper blade (if equipped) OLMB073021 OLMB073020 1. Raise the wiper arm and turn the OLMB073023 . 4.Raise the wiper arm and rotate the the plastic locking clip.Pull out the wiper blade assembly. 2. Install the blade assembly in the reverse order of removal. Compress the clip and slide the blade assembly downward. NOTICE Do not allow the wiper arm to fall against the windshield. wiper blade assembly (1). 1/(* . 2. Lift it off the arm.204. since it may OLMB073022 chip or crack the windshield. 3.

Install the new blade assembly by inserting the center part into the slot in the wiper arm until it clicks into place.3424-3 OLMB073024 3. we recom- mend that the wiper blade be replaced by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.Make sure the blade assembly is installed firmly by trying to pull it slightly. To prevent damage to the wiper arms or other components.204.. 4. 1/(( .

eyes. If the electrolyte level is low. clothing or paint finish. can cause corrosion on other parts. OIB074026 the battery and adjacent components. ly when handling a bat- The electrolyte level should be tery. it needs to add Keep lighted cigarettes distilled (demineralized) water (Never and all other flames or add sulfuric acid or other electrolyte). a highly And do not overfill the battery cells. between LOWER and UPPER. We recommend that you contact explode if ignited. the battery immediately with a tain highly corrosive solution of water and baking soda. SULFURIC ACID. ing instructions careful- you can check the electrolyte level. tions clean. If your vehicle is Battery dangers equipped with the battery marked Always read the follow- with LOWER and UPPER on the side. discon. (Continued) 1/() . always present in bat- After then ensure that tighten the cell • Keep the battery top clean and dry. • Rinse any spilled electrolyte from because batteries con. and coated with Keep batteries out of the reach of children petroleum jelly or terminal grease. nect the battery cables. • Keep the terminals and connec. sparks away from the When refill. tight. an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. Hydrogen. is .204. Do not allow battery acid to • If the vehicle is not going to be contact your skin.3424-3 • Keep the battery securely mount. ed. tery cells and may caps. used for an extended time. $ For best battery service i Information WARNING Basically equipped battery is mainte- nance free type. It combustible gas. be careful not to splash battery.

Please injury or death. water for at least 15 ment and human • The electrical ignition system minutes and get imme. health. (Continued) 1/(" . Never use tion when working in an leak. unauthorized devices. flush posed battery can be battery when the battery cables your eyes with clean harmful to the environ. the engine running or the igni- your skin.204.3424-3 (Continued) (Continued) (Continued) If any electrolyte gets An inappropriately dis. Lift with a battery carrier or with (Continued) your hands on opposite corners. tion switched on. wash the contacted area. Never diate medical attention. excessive pressure on the tronic devices to the battery. battery according to touch these components with If electrolyte gets on your local law(s) or reg. If you connect unauthorized elec- ing near a battery. resulting in personal injury. If you feel a pain The battery contains Failure to follow the above warn- or a burning sensation.. tery. are connected. enclosed space. NOTICE when charging or work- • When lifting a plastic-cased bat. the bat- Always provide ventila- case may cause battery acid to tery may be discharged. Do not dispose of ings can result in serious bodily it after use. authorized HYUNDAI Wear eye protection dealer to be recycled. Dispose the works with high voltage. • Never attempt to recharge the into your eyes. get medical attention return the battery to an immediately. thoroughly ulation. lead.

Battery capacity label Battery recharging WARNING n Example Your vehicle has a maintenance-free. and stop or reduce the charging rate if the battery cells . an area with good ventilation. Recharging battery • If the battery becomes discharged When recharging the battery. 60Ah(20HR) : The nominal capac- ity (in Ampere hours) (Continued) 4. or if the temperature of the elec- trolyte of any cell exceeds 49°C 1. the vehicle is being used. ing. calcium-based battery. recharge • Watch the battery during charg- OJD072039 it at 20-30A for two hours. in a short time (because.) 5. for exam. 92RC : The nominal reserve capacity (in min.3424-3 h The actual battery label in the vehicle begin gassing (boiling) violently may differ from the illustration. 550CCA : The cold-test current in amperes by SAE 6. 3. sparks.204. the headlights or interior lights were left on while the vehicle was • The battery must be removed not in use). 12V : The nominal voltage checking the battery during charging. 440A : The cold-test current in amperes by EN 1/(' . because of high electric load while or flame near the battery. CMF60L-BCI : The HYUNDAI (120°F). recharge it by slow from the vehicle and placed in charging (trickle) for 10 hours. observe the following precautions: ple. model name of battery • Wear eye protection when 2. • If the battery gradually discharges • Do not allow cigarettes.

• The negative battery cable must be removed first and installed last when the battery is discon- nected. 1/(% . • Climate control system (See chapter 5) 3. 1.3424-3 (Continued) Reset items • Disconnect the battery charger Items should be reset after the bat- in the following order.Unhook the negative clamp from the negative battery terminal.. • Audio (See chapter 6) WARNING • Before performing maintenance or recharging the battery.204. turn off all accessories and stop the engine. tery has been discharged or the bat- tery has been disconnected.Turn off the battery charger main switch. • Auto up/down window (See chapter 5) 2.Unhook the positive clamp from the positive battery terminal.

6 km (one mile). refer to “Tire and wheels” in chapter 10. 1/(1 . For recommended inflation pressure. you must Tire underinflation always maintain recommended tire inflation pressures and stay within Severe underinflation (70 kPa (10 the load limits and weight distribution psi) or more) can lead to severe recommended for your vehicle. . top vehi- cle handling. least three hours or driven less than 1. and minimum tire wear.204. tread separation and other tire fail- ures that can result in the loss of Recommended cold tire inflation vehicle control leading to severe pressures injury or death. “Cold Tires” means the sures) can be found on a label speeds. heat build-up.3424-3 vehicle has not been driven for at attached to the vehicle. This risk is much All tire pressures (including the OIB074055 higher on hot days and when driv- spare) should be checked when the All specifications (sizes and pres. and maximum fuel economy.!$# "#$$# Tire care WARNING For proper maintenance. Recommended pressures must be maintained for the best ride. ing for long periods at high tires are cold. causing blowouts. safety.

install a sure of other tires. parked for at least three hours or refilling. valve caps. luggage rack if your vehicle is WARNING equipped with one. km (one mile) since startup. careful not to overload a vehicle ards. of the tire tread. old tires can cause acci- Tire Inflation dents. Do not Always observe the following: deformation also is possible.Tire pressure excessive wear. Wheel 28 to 41 kPa (4 to 6 psi). Be sibility of damage from road haz. and lead to sud- den tire failure. 1/) . new one as soon as possible. reduce tire life. . Without the valve cap. adversely affect vehicle handling.6 system be checked by an author. • Never overload your vehicle. we recommend that the • Be sure to reinstall the tire inflation hasn't been driven more than 1.) ized HYUNDAI dealer. (After vehicle has been levels.3424-3 NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE • Underinflation also results in • Warm tires normally exceed rec. This could result in loss of vehicle control and poten- tial injury. • Worn. or if your tires have been dam- Overinflation or underinflation can aged. tire each time you check the pres- ride. poor handling and ommended cold tire pressures by reduced fuel economy. If your tread is badly worn.204. excessive wear at the center If a valve cap is missing. dirt or moisture could get into the • Check the pressure of your spare • Overinflation produces a harsh valve core and cause air leakage. replace them.. and a greater pos. Keep release air from warm tires to • Check tire pressure when the tires your tire pressures at the proper adjust the pressure or the tires will are cold. If a tire frequently needs be underinflated.

6 km (1 mile). Press the tire gage firm- Check your tires once a month or more. information label. Checking tire inflation pressure Remove the valve cap from the tire WARNING valve stem. check the tire pressure of the pressure matches the recommended and damage. ing at them.204."Cold" leaks by keeping out dirt and mois- ter pillar. or are dam- aged. injuries. They help prevent located on the driver's side cen. and sudden tire failure pressure. more than 1. The recom. no further adjust- • Tires with too much or too little How to check ment is necessary. release air by leading to accidents. If you overfill the tire. If the cold tire inflation proper inflation as well as wear Also. • Worn tires can cause accidents. Always use a tire spare tire. . sure to put the valve caps back on . If the pressure is pressure wear unevenly causing low. • Remember to check the pres- sure of your spare tire. Radial tires may look properly inflated even when they're center of the tire valve. Recheck the mended cold tire pressure for tire pressure with the tire gage. for at least three hours or driven no Replace tires that are worn. ly onto the valve to get a pressure • Inspect your tires frequently for measurement. show uneven wear. Be your vehicle can be found in this underinflated. add air until you reach the rec- poor handling.3424-3 manual and on the tire label Check the tire's inflation pressure the valve stems. 1/)$ . means your vehicle has been sitting ture. You can not tell if your tires are properly inflated simply by look. HYUNDAI recommends that you check the spare every time you check the pressure of the other tires on your vehicle. pressure on the tire and loading pressure gauge. pushing on the metal stem in the and even death. loss of vehicle Use a good quality gage to check tire ommended amount. control. when the tires are cold.

pressure wear unevenly causing When rotating tires. pressure gauge. of-balance wheels. sure. check the tires for • Tires with too much or too little correct balance. CBGQ0707A 1/)& . fabric or cord is visible. After rotation. improper wheel alignment. Abnormal wear is Without a spare tire control. The recom. Look for bumps or your vehicle can be found in this bulges in the tread or side of tire. lug nut tightness. Refer to “Tire and wheels” in chapter • Remember to check the pres. or are dam. injuries. be sure to bring the front and rear tire CBGQ0707 Replace tires that are worn. manual and on the tire label Replace the tire if you find either of located on the driver's side cen. sure of your spare tire.204. Always use a tire lar wear develops. Replace the tire if ter pillar. these conditions. • Worn tires can cause accidents. out- and even death. loss of vehicle wear and damage. and sudden tire failure usually caused by incorrect tire pres- leading to accidents.. check for uneven CBGQ0706 poor handling.3424-3 Tire rotation With a full-size spare tire (if equipped) WARNING To equalize tread wear. 10. severe braking or mended cold tire pressure for severe cornering. During rotation. it is recom- • Inspect your tires frequently for mended that the tires be rotated proper inflation as well as wear every 10.000 km or sooner if irregu- and damage. aged. HYUNDAI recommends that you check the spare every time you check the pressure of the other tires on your vehicle. pressures to specification and check Directional tires (if equipped) show uneven wear.

• Do not mix bias ply and radial If you notice your vehicle vibrating OEN076053 when driving on a smooth road. ance The wheels on your vehicle were Tread wear indicator i Information aligned and balanced carefully at the Rotate radial tires that have an asym. factory to give you the longest tire life metric tread pattern only from front and best overall performance. to rear and not from right to left. This may cause unusu. WARNING However. In most cases. wheels may need to be rebalanced.6 mm (1/16 inch) of tread injury.3424-3 ply tires under any circum. Tire replacement for wear whenever tires are rotated. Do not wait for the band to appear across the entire tread before replac- ing the tire. you will not need to have your wheels aligned again. indicator will appear as a solid band al handling characteristics that across the tread.204. a tread wear stances. to be reset. severe NOTICE less than 1. if you notice unusual tire wear or your vehicle pulling one way • Do not use the compact spare or the other. the alignment may need tire for tire rotation.Disc brake pads should be inspected Wheel alignment and tire bal. your vehicle's aluminum wheels. This shows there is could result in death. Use only approved wheel weights. Replace the tire when Improper wheel weights can damage this happens. or property damage. 1/)* . your . left on the tire. If the tire is worn evenly.

and poor vehicle control. we recom. never mix ly supplied with the vehicle. If the steering To reduce the chance or serious cause unusual handling charac- wheel shakes or the vehicle vibrates or fatal injuries from an accident teristics and poor vehicle con- while driving.000 km. and traction. Worn tires can cause loss of braking effectiveness. System) and ESC (Electronic ing from radial to bias-ply tires. You must replace all cause the ABS (Anti-lock Brake tires (including the spare) if mov. radial and bias-ply tires on the Using tires of a different size can same car. caused by tire failure or loss of trol. uneven wear and tire failure. recheck • Using tires and wheel other than and tighten the wheel nuts after driv. resulting in a serious acci- ance. the tire is out of bal. Align the tire balance. Stability Control) to work irregu- (Continued) larly. • Do not drive your vehicle with • The ABS works by comparing too little or too much pressure in the speed of the wheels. • Wheels that do not meet mend that you contact an authorized • Replace tires that are worn. Tire your tires. the vehicle or unusual handling ing control. If the vehicle control: dent. steer. or are dam. When replacing tires. (if equipped) 1/)( ..204. HYUNDAI's specifications may HYUNDAI dealer. fit poorly and result in damage to aged. This can lead to size can affect wheel speed.3424-3 NOTICE (Continued) WARNING When replacing the tires. show uneven wear. problem is not solved. Replacing tires the recommended sizes could ing about 1. all 4 tires must use the same size original- • When replacing tires.

make sure the new drive on worn tires. The make sure they are balanced. handling characteristics. the tire identification number (TIN) When you have new tires installed. wheel alignment helps decrease tire This information identifies and speedometer and odometer cali. This TIN can be used to identify the tire in will increase vehicle ride comfort and case of a recall. tire life. 1/)) . tires that are wheels are equivalent to the original improperly inflated or on slippery 5. braking and stopping Tire maintenance abilities. describes the fundamental charac- bration. If you find a tire worn unevenly. snow chain clearance. headlight aim and bumper have your dealer check the wheel teristics of the tire and also provides height. alignment. for safety standard certification. Manufacturer or brand name from the wheel. snow or ice on the road.Wheel replacement Tire traction Tire sidewall labeling When replacing the metal wheels for Tire traction can be reduced if you 1 any reason. body-to-tire In addition to proper inflation. Tires should be 7 and offset. correct . Additionally. rim width road surfaces. 2 3 may adversely affect wheel and bearing life.204. replaced when tread wear indicators appear.3424-3 clearance.6 factory units in diameter. to WARNING reduce the possibility of losing con- A wheel that is not the correct size trol of the vehicle. wear. 1 I030B04JM ground clearance. a tire should always be rebalanced if it is removed 1. Manufacturer or Brand name is shown. Slow down whenever there 4 is rain.

Speed Rating Symbol.Aspect ratio. height as a percentage of its width. for additional information. The tire’s section 15 . designation on the sidewall of the bers in the tire size designation tire. your tire size designa.) numbers in the wheel size designa- S 180 km/h (112 mph) P195/65R15 94H tion mean. The following speed rating chart in this section. Rating Maximum Speed tor could vary depending on your ing explains what the letters and Symbol vehicle. tire's designed maximum safe oper- Wheel size designation ating speed. The follow.3424-3 2.Applicable vehicle type (tires Example wheel size designation: marked with the prefix “P’’ are V 240 km/h (149 mph) 6. 1/)" . speed rating is part of the tire size explains what the letters and num..0 . H .204. See the used for passenger car tires. speed rating. This symbol corresponds to that mean. The ment tires for your car. 15 . 65 . 6.Load Index.Tire width in millimeters. Example tire size designation: Wheels are also marked with impor- (These numbers are provided as an tant information that you need if you Speed example only. ferent speed ratings currently being information when selecting replace. * W speed rating is sub-category of the Z 195 .Rim width in inches. You will need this load the tire can carry.0JX15 intended for use on passenger Z Above 240 km/h (149 mph) cars or light trucks. Tire size designation 94 .Tire construction code (Radial). a numerical code Tire speed ratings A tire’s sidewall is marked with a tire associated with the maximum The chart below lists many of the dif- size designation. not W* 270 km/h (168 mph) all tires have this marking). ever have to replace one. however. R .Rim contour designation. J .Rim diameter in inches. T 190 km/h (118 mph) H 210 km/h (130 mph) P .Rim diameter in inches.

Tire age The number of layers or plies of rub- based on the manufacturing date. which could lead to a loss of control and an pressure DOT : XXXX XXXX OOOO This number is the greatest amount accident involving serious injury or The front part of the DOT means a death. which include the manufacturing date on the tire Regardless of the remaining steel. to follow this warning could cause 5. 1/)' . even manufacturers also must indicate the replaced by new ones. DOT XXXX XXXX 1615 represents that the tire was produced in the 16th week of 2015. Maximum permissible inflation . ing date is designated by the last four erate the aging process. Tire ply composition and materi- Identification Number) WARNING al Any tires that are over 6 years old. materials in the tire.204. Do not exceed the maximum tread pattern and the last four num. years of normal service. nylon. high loading conditions can accel. displaying the DOT Code. Tire (including the spare tire) should be Tires degrade over time. and others. struction. to the Tire and Loading Information label for recommended inflation For example: pressure. permissible inflation pressure. ber-coated fabric in the tire.3. Failure digits (characters) of the DOT code. The manufactur. of air pressure that should be put in plant code number. Heat nal or bias ply construction.3424-3 sudden tire failure. You can find when they are not being used. and the bers on a tire consisting of numbers caused by hot climates or frequent letter "B" means belted-bias ply con- and English letters. generally be replaced after six (6) struction. Refer bers indicate week and year manu- factured. polyester. tire size and the tire. sidewall (possibly on the inside of the tread. the letter "D" means diago- The DOT Code is a series of num. Checking tire life (TIN : Tire 4. it is recommended that tires The letter "R" means radial ply con- wheel).

ified government test surfaces of tire. from highest to load in kilograms and pounds that tive rating based on the wear rate of lowest. The traction grade assigned to this mum section width.AA. B and C. braking traction tests. a tire under controlled conditions on spec- load rating as the factory installed graded 150 would wear one-and-a. When the tire when tested under controlled grades represent the tire’s ability to replacing the tires on the vehicle. due to variations in driving habits. hydroplaning. asphalt and concrete. ing. 7. The traction grades. service practices and differences in tire is based on straight-ahead For example: road characteristics and climate. TEMPERATURE A optional equipment on your vehicle may vary with respect to grade. and does TREAD wear 200 These grades are molded on the not include acceleration. conditions on a specified govern. C may have poor traction perform- The relative performance of tires ance. half times (1½) as well on the gov. corner- TRACTION AA side-walls of passenger vehicle tires. A tire marked ernment course as a tire graded 100. A. or peak traction The tires available as standard or characteristics. Those can be carried by the tire. Uniform tire quality grading depends upon the actual conditions Quality grades can be found where of their use. A.3424-3 6. B & C This number indicates the maximum The tread wear grade is a compara. Maximum load rating Tread wear Traction . are AA. stop on wet pavement measured always use a tire that has the same ment test course. 1/)% . and may applicable on the tire sidewall WARNING depart significantly from the norm between tread shoulder and maxi.. For example.204. however.

is established for a tire that is properly inflated and not over. ing. and C. are provided heat and its ability to dissipate heat The temperature grade for this tire for sporty looks. degenerate and reduce tire life. Excessive speed. or excessive loading. under. when tested under controlled condi. .204. This can cause sudden tire failure. Grades B and A loss of vehicle control and serious represent higher levels of perform. injury or death. Because the low aspect ratio tires tions on a specified indoor laboratory loaded. representing the Tire temperature Low aspect ratio tires. inflation.3424-3 ance on the laboratory test wheel than the minimum required by law. B & C Low aspect ratio tire WARNING (if equipped) The temperature grades are A (the highest). 1/)1 . B. whose aspect tire’s resistance to the generation of ratio is lower than 50. can cause heat build-up and pare with normal tires. are optimized for handling and brak- test wheel. and excessive temperature can lead to sudden tire failure. it may be more uncomfortable to Sustained high temperature can ride in and there is more noise com- cause the material of the tire to either separately or in combina- tion.Temperature -A.

When driving on a rough road or replaced because the tire damage off road. .3424-3 NOTICE NOTICE Because the sidewall of the low • It is not easy to recognize the tire aspect ratio tire is shorter than the damage with your own eyes. . manhole. So. stone.000km. or curb stone. . inspect the tire condition and pres- sure every 3. manhole. off road. tion on the tire sidewall. pothole. it will not speed bump. 1/" . or curb be covered by the warranty. have the tire checked or . inspect tires and • If the tire is damaged by driving on wheels. the wheel and tire of the low there is the slightest hint of tire aspect ratio tire is easier to be dam.To prevent damage to the tire.When passing over a pothole. tire.If the tire is impacted. a rough road. But if normal. drive cautiously because may cause air leakage from the tires and wheels may be damaged. we recom- mend that you inspect the tire con- dition or contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.. And after driving. eyes. drive slowly so that the tires • You can find out the tire informa- and wheels are not damaged. damage.204. follow the instructions see the tire damage with your own below. even though you cannot aged.

$ n Blade type A vehicle’s electrical system is pro- tected from electrical overload dam. has blown. damage and a possible fire. acces. NOTICE 1/"$ . foil instead of the proper fuse - Normal If the electrical system does not even as a temporary repair. first check the driver’s side may cause extensive wiring . Fuse replacement This vehicle has 2 fuse panels. HYUNDAI dealer. Before replacing a blown fuse.204. because it may cause a short circuit diately consult an authorized and damage the system. check cause damage and possibly a B lown the appropriate circuit fuse. one B lown located in the driver’s side panel bol. thing but another fuse of the n Cartridge type ment near the battery. The actual fuse/relay panel label may tridge type and multi fuse for higher differ from equipped items. the other in the engine compart. car. If any of your vehicle’s lights. OTA070039 If the replacement fuse blows. Always replace a blown fuse with NOTICE Normal one of the same rating. dis- Bl o w n connect the negative battery cable. same rating. It n Multi fuse work. the element inside the • Never install a wire or aluminum fuse will be melted. If a fuse fire. amperage ratings. • A higher capacity fuse could sories. Avoid other metal object to remove fuses using the system involved and imme. • Never replace a fuse with any- Normal ster.3424-3 fuse panel. this Do not use a screwdriver or any indicates an electrical problem. or controls do not work. WARNING age by fuses. Three kinds of fuses are used: blade i Information type for lower amperage rating.

nuts. Turn the ignition switch and all • Do not input any other objects other switches off. ment the new fuse or relay fits tightly into ing the fuse information on the fuse the clips. The incomplete fastening box cover. place after turning off the ignition switch and all electric switches and • Do not remove fuses. relays and termi- nals may be fastened incomplete- ly.204. make sure • Check the blown fuse with check. relays and terminals fas- tened with bolts or nuts are blown. (Continued) 1/"& . If fuses. Open the fuse panel cover. The fuses. 1. consult with an authorized OIB074028 HYUNDAI dealer. and it may cause a possible fire. relays and disconnecting the negative battery terminals fastened with bolts or cable.3424-3 • When replacing a blown fuse or (Continued) Instrument panel fuse replace- relay with a new one. except fuses or relays into 2. fuse/relay terminals such as a driv- er or wiring. It may cause contact failure and system malfunction. fuse or relay may cause the vehi- cle wiring and electric systems • Replace the blown fuse on the safe damage and a possible fire..

replace it if it is blown. fuse. be replaced. periods. you may not need for operating the vehicle. Pull the suspected fuse straight work and the fuses are OK. memory fuse to prevent battery dis- If it fits loosely. Turn off the headlights and tail OIB074029 If the electrical components do not lights.204.3424-3 in the engine compartment fuse partment. and make sure it fits tightly Your vehicle is equipped with the in the clips. Use the following proce- If you do not have a spare. Turn off the engine. Check the removed fuse. use a dures before parking the vehicle for fuse of the same rating from a circuit prolonged periods. we recommend that charge if your vehicle is parked with- you consult an authorized HYUNDAI out being operated for prolonged dealer. 1/"* . 3. If a fuse is blown. . Open the driver's side panel cover the fuse panel in the engine com. Push in a new fuse of the same Memory fuse rating. such as the cigarette lighter 1. 2. 5. 4. and pull up the memory fuse. Use the removal tool provided 3. check out. it must panel.

audio. Some items must be reset after replacement.3424-3 i Information Engine compartment panel fuse replacement • If the memory fuse is pulled up from the fuse panel. Turn the ignition switch and all other switches off. will not operate. • Even though the memory fuse is pulled up. Remove the fuse box cover by engine compartment. replace it if it is blown. Check the removed fuse. the warning chime. electrical cover. 1/"( . OIB074030 OIB074031 3. Refer to "Battery" in this chapter. To remove or insert the fuse. 4. we rec- ommend that you consult an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. the battery can still be discharged by operation of the headlights or other electrical devices. etc. If not. OIB074032 NOTICE 1. securely install pressing the tab and pulling up the the fuse panel cover. Push in a new fuse of the same rating. If it fits loosely.. and make sure it fits tightly in the clips..204. clock and interior lamps. failures may occur from water leak- ing in. After checking the fuse panel in the 2. use the fuse puller in the engine compartment fuse panel.

. it must be removed as follows: 1. we rec- ommend that you consult an OIB074031 authorized HYUNDAI dealer. it may cause fire.Main fuse (Multi fuse) 3. CAUTION If the main fuse is not assembled properly. 1/") .204.3424-3 OIB074032 If the main fuse is blown. Replace the fuse with a new one of the same rating. Reinstall in the reverse order of removal. If the main fuse is blown. Remove the nuts shown in the pic- ture above. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 2. 4.

you can find the fuse/relay label describing fuse/relay name and capacity. i Information 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 OIB074044 panel in your vehicle..3424-3 Fuse/relay panel description Inner fuse panel OIB074033 Inside the fuse/relay panel covers. refer to the fuse panel label 1/"" .204.

Smart Key Control START 10A Module TURN 15A BCM SENSOR 10A Water Sensor. ACC 10A I/P Junction Block (P/OUTLET Relay) M/T : ECM.DSL only A/C Control Module. Digital Clock. Auido. Passenger Power Window Switch HTD MIRR 10A ECM. A/C Control Module FOG LP FRT 10A Front Fog Lamp Relay RR HTD 30A RR HTD Relay P/WDW RH 25A Driver Power Window Switch STOP LAMP 15A Stop Signal Electronic Module POWER OUTLET LH 20A Power Outlet LH . E/R Junction Block (Start Relay). Door Lock/Unlock Relay POWER OUTLET RH 20A Power Outlet RH BLOWER 10A A/C Control Module (FATC only) Power Outside Mirror Switch. Ignition Lock Switch.3424-3 DR LOCK 20A T/Gate Unlock Relay. Smart Key Control Module. Center MODULE3 10A Facia Switch 1/"' .204. Fuse Name Symbol Fuse rating Circuit Protected SAFETY P/WDW 25A Driver Safety Power Window Module P/WDW LH 25A Power Window Main Switch. E/R Junction Block (Multipurpose Check Connector). BCM.

Smart Key Control Module CLUSTER 10A Instrument Cluster MDPS 10A MDPS Unit MODULE1 10A BCM. (+).3424-3 Fuse Name Symbol Fuse rating Circuit Protected PDM1 25A Smart Key Control Module PDM2 10A Smart Key Control Module. Smart Key Control Module BRAKE SWITCH 10A Stop Lamp Switch. Rear Parking Assist Sensor LH/RH. Smart Key Control Module A/CON 10A E/R Junction Block (Blower Relay). A/C Control Module. E/R Junction block (Rear wiper relay) ABS 10A ABS Control Module A/BAG 10A SRS Control Module ECU 10A ECM. Cluster Ionizer (Auto A/C) 1/"% . License Lamp TAIL LP LH 10A Rear Combination Lamp (In/Out) LH. Start/Stop Button Switch Rear Parking Assist Sensor Buzzer. Head Lamp LH.204. Stop Lamp Switch MODULE 4 10A BCM. License Lamp RR WIPER 15A Rear Wiper Motor. I/P Junction Block (F26) TAIL LP RH 10A Rear Combination Lamp (In/Out) RH. Head Lamp RH. Rear Parking MODULE2 10A Assist Sensor LH/RH (Center) TCU 15A M/T : Vehicle Speed Sensor.. ILL.

Digital Clock. Center Room Lamp. BCM. Instrument Cluster.Fuse Name Symbol Fuse rating Circuit Protected WASHER 15A Malfunction switch Head Lamp Leveling Device Switch. E/R Junction Block (H/Lamp HI Relay) A/BAG IND 10A Instrument Cluster AUDIO 20A Audio Luggage Lamp. BCM. A/C Control Module .3424-3 1/"1 . ROOM LP 10A Data Link Connector. MODULE 5 10A Electro Chromic Mirror. Head Lamp Leveling Device Actuator LH/RH. Room Lamp.204. Hazard Switch. Map Lamp.

Engine compartment fuse panel n Type A (Petrol) n Type B (Diesel) OIB074031 Maintenance 9 OIB074043A/OIB074043B 9-70 .

Maintenance n Type C (Petrol+Disel) OIB075065 9-71 .

F20. 1) Maintenance B+5 40A I/P Junction Block (P/OUTLET Relay) B+4 40A I/P Junction Block (RR HTD Relay) ABS 30A ABS Control Module ABS 40A ABS Control Module. Multipurpose Check Connector 7 [ ] : G4LA (1.4 Diesel) 9-72 .2 Petrol). Alternator Fuse : Petrol . F9. F23. Fuse . F46). Fuse Name Symbol Fuse rating Circuit Protected MDPS 80A MDPS Unit [125A] ALT Alternator Fuse .F45.F11. Diesel . G4LC (1.150A (150A) ECU 4 15A ECM/PCM B+3 30A I/P Junction Block (Power Connector (Fuse .125A. F24) GLOW 80A E/R Junction Block (RLY.F5.F9 / F10 / F11.4 Petrol) ( ) : D4FC (1. F34) W/O Button Start : Ignition Switch IG1 30A With Button Start : PDM Relay Box (IG1 / ACC Relay) B+1 30A I/P Junction Block (Fuse .

Fuse : F1) F/Pump Relay. Purge Control Solenoid Valve.F25) HORN 15A Horn Relay. B/Alarm Horn Relay F/PUMP 20A F/Pump Relay WIPER FRT 25A Wiper Lo Relay H/LAMP LO 20A H/Lamp Lo Relay H/LAMP HI [20A] (10A) H/Lamp Hi Relay C/FAN 40A C/Fan Lo Relay. Variable Intake Solenoid Valve [ ] : General Head Lamp Type ( ) : Projection Head Lamp Type 9-73 . Oil Control Valve #1/#2. C/Fan Hi/Lo Relay. Camshaft Position Sensor #1/#2.Maintenance PCB Block (Petrol engine) Fuse Name Symbol Fuse rating Circuit Protected ECU 1 30A PCB Block (Engine Control Relay. W/O Button Start : Ignition Switch. ECU 3 15A Oxygen Sensor (Up/Down). With Button Start : PDM Relay Box (IG2 Relay) IG 2 30A I/P Junction Block (P/WDW Relay. ECM. C/Fan Hi Relay BLOWER 50A Blower Relay IG 2 30A Start Relay. Fuse .

Electro chromic mirror H/LAMP RH 10A Head Lamp RH H/LAMP LH 10A Head Lamp LH ECU 2 15A ECM. B/Alarm Horn Relay WIPER FRT 25A Wiper Lo Relay H/LAMP LO 20A H/Lamp Lo Relay H/LAMP HI [20A] (10A) H/Lamp Hi Relay 9-74 . Fuse Name Symbol Fuse rating Circuit Protected TCU 1 10A PCU unit TCU 2 15A PCU unit FUEL PUMP 20A Fuel Pump Relay M/T : Back-Up Lamp Switch. Transaxle Range Switch. Injector #1/#2/#3 Maintenance G4LA : Ignition Coil IGN COIL 15A G4LC : Ignition Coil #1/#2/#3/#4. I/P Junction Box (Fuse . Condensor PCB Block (Diesel engine) Fuse Name Symbol Fuse rating Circuit Protected 9 ECU 1 30A PCB Block (Engine Control Relay) HORN 15A Horn Relay. instrument cluster.F26) B/UP LAMP 10A A/T : PCM.

C/Fan Hi Relay BLOWER 50A Blower Relay IG 2 30A Start Relay. Cam Shaft Position Sensor. Electrical EGR Control Valve. 1). W/O Button Start : Ignition Switch.F26) H/LAMP RH 10A Head Lamp RH H/LAMP LH 10A Head Lamp LH ECU 4 20A ECM E/R Junction Block (RLY. Fuse : F1) ECU 3 10A Stop Lamp Switch B/UP LAMP 10A Back-Up Lamp Switch. ECU 2 15A WGT Control Solenoid Valve. Mass Air Flow Sensor.Maintenance PCB Block (Diesel engine) Fuse Name Symbol Fuse rating Circuit Protected C/FAN 50A C/Fan Lo Relay. Immobilizer Module ECU 5 10A IMV unit [ ] : General Head Lamp Type ( ) : Projection Head Lamp Type 9-74 . I/P Junction Box (Fuse . With Button Start : PDM Relay Box (IG2 Relay) IG 2 30A I/P Junction Block (P/WDW Relay.

Immobilizer Module ECU 5 10A Fuel Pressure Regulator Valve 1/'" . Cam ECU 2 15A Shaft Position Sensor. 1).3424-3 Fuse Name Symbol Fuse rating Circuit Protected ECU 4 20A ECM E/R Junction Block (RLY. Electrical EGR Control Valve.204. WGT Control Solenoid Valve..

apply the park- assembly to get to the bulb(s). This is similar to the condensation on ing brake. depress vehicle must be removed before you appear frosty. move the shift lever can get to the bulb.204. If the ing the vehicle to avoid sudden the vehicle. we recommend that the system be prevent possible electric shock. It is difficult to replace vehicle After heavy driving. movement of the vehicle and to water leaks into the lamp bulb circuit- ry. checked by an authorized HYUNDAI Be aware the bulbs may be hot dealer. This condition is caused the foot brake. This is especially by the temperature difference into the neutral (for manual true for removing the headlight between the lamp inside and outside. it may cause dam- age to the fuse or electric wiring sys- tem. transaxle vehicle). . place the ignition switch your windows inside your vehicle dur. Otherwise. 1/'' . and may burn your fingers. in the LOCK/OFF position.3424-3 Be sure to replace the burned-out bulb with one of the same wattage rating. rain or washing light bulbs because other parts of the headlight and taillight lenses could Prior to replacing a light. and Removing/installing the headlight take the key with you when leav- assembly can result in damage to ing the rain and doesn’t indicate a problem with your vehicle.!# Consult an authorized HYUNDAI i Information WARNING dealer to replace most vehicle light bulbs.

204. turn sig..3424-3 Headlight. position light. and front fog light bulb replacement n Type A OIB074060 OLMB073042L (1) Headlight(Low/High BI_Function) (2) Static Bending Light (SBL) WARNING OIB074034 (3) Front turn signal light Halogen bulbs (1) Headlight (Low/High) (4) Front fog light (if equipped) • Halogen bulbs contain pressur- (2) Parking (Position) light ized gas that will produce flying (3) Front turn signal light pieces of glass if broken. (4) Front fog light (if equipped) (Continued) 1/'% . n Type B nal light.

Open the hood. Remove the headlight bulb cover function of the headlamp.3424-3 changing a bulb. turning it clockwise. So. A wire into position by aligning the Parking wire with the groove on the bulb. If the bulbs are lit. 7. heard when the headlamp switches 1. 1/'1 . cracked. the moving sound may be HYUNDAI dealer. is reinstalled. Allow the bulb i Information to cool down before handling it. avoid light assembly. (Continued) Headlight (Low/High) 4. replace it immediately n Type B 8. . Unsnap the headlight bulb retain- n Type A ing wire by depressing the end • Always handle them carefully. Disconnect the headlight bulb socket-connector. • Wear eye protection when .Bi-Function projection headlamp i Information This headlamp is bi-function type that switches the low beam to high or the If the headlight aiming adjustment is necessary after the headlight assembly Turn signal light high beam to low using solenoid sys. Install a new headlight bulb and Residual oil may cause the bulb snap the headlight bulb retaining to overheat and burst when lit.204. and avoid scratches and abra- 5. Never touch the glass with bare hands. contact with liquids. consult an authorized OIB075061 tem. Headlight and pushing it upward. Remove the bulb from the head- sions. bulb should be operated only (Position) light when installed in a headlight. the low beam to high or the high beam to low and it does not indicate mal- 2. Connect the headlight bulb socket • If a bulb becomes damaged or Turn signal light OIB074048 connector. 3. by turning it counterclockwise. Install the headlight bulb cover by Headlight and carefully dispose of it. 6.

Push the socket into the assembly 3.3424-3 Turn signal light Static bending light 8. Unsnap the headlight bulb retain- ing wire by depressing the end and pushing it upward. turning it clockwise.204. Remove the socket from the 10.. 5. Connect the power connector to assembly by turning the socket the back of the headlight assembly. 6. OIB075062 4. vious chapter. 5. cover by turning it counterclock. 9. Insert a new bulb by inserting it into the socket and rotating it until it locks into place. Install the headlight bulb cover by wise. Install a new headlight bulb and snap the headlight bulb retaining wire into position by aligning the wire with the groove on the bulb. by turning it counterclockwise. counterclockwise until the tabs on the socket align with the slots on the assembly. Remove the bulb from the head- light assembly. 1/% . Install the socket in the assembly by aligning the tabs on the socket Follow the steps 1 to 2 from the pre- with the slots in the assembly. 7. Remove the headlight bulb cover and turn the socket clockwise. 2. Disconnect the headlight bulb cover by turning it clockwise. 3. Connect the headlight bulb socket 1. Install the turn signal light bulb 4. Remove the turn signal light bulb connector. socket-connector.

Remove the under cover by rotat. Remove the bulb from the socket by pulling it out. Reach your hand into the back of the socket align with the slots on If the light does not operte. Insert a new bulb by inserting it into the socket. 4. 4. Disconnect the power connector 5. Push the socket into the housing and turn the socket clock- wise. housing by turning the socket OIB074035 . 2. 1/%$ . Install the socket in the assembly by pushing it in. from the socket. Install the new bulb-socket into the by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. we rec- the front bumper.204.3424-3 counterclockwise until the tabs on 2. Remove the socket from the replacement (if equipped) assembly by pulling it straight out. 7. housing by aligning the tabs on the socket with the slots in the housing. Reinstall the front bumper under cover. OIB074045 Front fog light bulb replacement 1. ommend that the vehicle be checked 3. 3. Connect the power connector to the socket. 6.Parking (Position) light Side repeater light (LED) 1. Remove the bulb-socket from the ing the screws and bolts. the housing.

1/%& . Remove the bulb from the socket by pressing it in and rotating it counterclockwise until the tabs on OIB074038 the bulb align with the slots in the 1. 3. Open the tailgate socket.. (3) Turn signal light 5. Remove the socket from the OIB074036 assembly by turning the socket counterclockwise until the tabs on (1) Stop and tail light the socket align with the slots on (2) Back up light the assembly. Pull the bulb out of the 2. Loosen the light assembly retain. ing screws with a cross-tip screw- driver.3424-3 Rear combination light bulb Stop and tail light replacement Back up light OIB074037 Turn signal light OIB074050 4. socket.204. Remove the rear combination light assembly from the body of the vehicle.

Using a flat-blade screwdriver. Separate the socket and the lens part by turning the socket counter- clockwise until the tabs on the socket align with the slots on the lens part. 2. 1/%* . Install the socket in the assembly by aligning the tabs on the socket with the slots in the assembly. OIB074039 OIB074040 . Push the socket into the assembly and turn the socket clockwise. Insert a new bulb by inserting it High mounted stop light License plate light bulb replace- into the socket and rotating it until ment it locks into place. Reinstall the light assembly to the body of the vehicle. 7. ommend that the vehicle be checked remove the light assembly from by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. 8.6. we rec. the body of the vehicle by prying the housing and pulling the assembly out. Remove the bulb by pulling it straight out. 1.3424-3 If the light does not operate.204. 3.

OIB074041/OIB074042 1/%( . Remove the bulb by pulling it body of the vehicle. Interior light bulb replacement 1.3424-3 4. Install a new bulb in the socket. and plastic housings.204. straight out. Reinstall the light assembly to the 2. 4. Using a flat-blade screwdriver. Align the lens tabs with the interior light housing notches and snap the lens into place. Insert a new bulb in the socket. Reassemble the socket and the gently pry the lens from the interi- n Room lamp housing part.. 6. NOTICE Be careful not to dirty or damage n Luggage room lamp lens. lens tab. 3. 5. or light housing.

salt. test the these deposits. • Be careful when washing the side If you use your vehicle for off-road windows of your vehicle. a slow forward speed. gents. A mild soap. ish. rinse the vehicle thor. bird droppings. do not clean with . If braking performance is After washing. impaired.204. Make sure the drain holes • To prevent damage to the plastic in the lower edges of the doors and parts and lamps. safe for brakes while driving slowly to see use on painted surfaces. may be if they have been affected by used. water. chemical It is very important to follow the label To help protect your vehicle’s finish detergents or hot water. 1/%) .3424-3 rocker panels are kept clear and chemical solvents or strong deter- clean. wash it wash the vehicle in direct sunlight cleaner or polish. water. water may leak through the the removal of any accumulation of windows and wet the interior. dirt. Wet brakes Even prompt washing with plain water may not completely remove all After washing the vehicle. dry the brakes by apply- oughly with lukewarm or cold water. tar. and other foreign materials. you should wash it after each Especially. $  "$# $ Exterior care Finish maintenance NOTICE Exterior general caution Washing • Do not use strong soap. industrial pollution and similar deposits can damage your vehicle’s WARNING finish if not removed immediately. tree sap. and do not directions when using any chemical from rust and deterioration. with high-pressure off-road trip. Pay special attention to water. Read all warning thoroughly and frequently at least or when the body of the vehicle is and caution statements that appear once a month with lukewarm or cold warm. driving. mud. ing them lightly while maintaining Do not allow soap to dry on the fin. on the label. Insects.

• Water washing in the engine com- partment including high pressure water washing may cause the fail. requires any metal repair or replace- als with a spot remover will usually ment. be sure the body shop applies OLMB073082 strip the wax from the finish. If your vehicle is damaged and Removing oil. • Never allow water or other liquids • Do not use steel wool. Be sure to anti-corrosion materials to the parts NOTICE re-wax these areas even if the rest of repaired or replaced. the vehicle does not yet need waxing.204. agents on chrome-plated or age them. painted surface must be repaired Always wash and dry the vehicle promptly. or strong detergents con- electrical/electronic components taining highly alkaline or caustic inside the vehicle as this may dam. i Information tain its luster. manufacturer’s instructions. anodized aluminum parts. Wax all metal trim to protect it and to main.. and similar materi. 1/%" . Exposed metal will quickly before waxing. and follow the repair expense. Use a good quality rust and may develop into a major liquid or paste wax. This may result in damage to the pro- tective coating and cause discol- oration or paint deterioration. tar. a dry cloth will scratch the finish. abrasive to come in contact with cleaners.3424-3 Waxing Finish damage repair Wax the vehicle when water will no Deep scratches or stone chips in the longer bead on the paint. NOTICE ure of electrical circuits located in • Wiping dust or dirt off the body with the engine compartment.

Corrosive materials used for ice and use a tar remover. The lower edges of the doors. areas. It will do more harm than good to wet down the road grime without removing it.204. impaired. materials are not removed. If these brakes while driving slowly to see • To protect the surfaces of bright. floor pan and exhaust system. acceler. If braking performance is coating of wax or chrome preser. not a scraper or snow removal and dust control may After washing the vehicle. rocker panels. water. Pay special attention to these areas because it is difficult to see all the mud and dirt. apply a ated rusting can occur on the under. trapped water in these areas can cause rusting. jelly or other protective compound. after off-road driving and at the end . • During winter weather or in coastal with rust protection. dry the brakes by apply- vative and rub to a high luster. collect on the underbody. ing them lightly while maintaining even though they have been treated a slow forward speed. if they have been affected by metal parts from corrosion. test the other sharp object.3424-3 of each winter. cover the bright metal parts with a heavier coating of wax or Thoroughly flush the vehicle under- preservative. frame. If necessary. body parts such as the fuel lines. 1/%' . coat the body and wheel openings with luke- parts with non-corrosive petroleum warm or cold water once a month. and frame members have drain holes that should not clog with dirt.Bright-metal maintenance Underbody maintenance WARNING • To remove road tar and insects.

cooperation and assistance is also required. • Clean the wheel when it has vehicle can deliver. the owner's cooled. • Do not use any alkaline or acid • Removal of paint or protective detergent. dirt and moisture that is • Avoid washing the wheels with allowed to accumulate underneath high-speed car wash brushes. Corrosion protection High-corrosion areas tenance Protecting your vehicle from corro. Also. abra- rode the aluminum or chrome sion or minor scrapes and dents wheels coated with a clear protec. the vehicle. This helps prevent corro. sion on your vehicle are: sion.. and construction practices to combat particularly important. • Road salt. gravel. It may damage and cor. corrosion protection is • Do not use any abrasive cleaner. exposed to corrosion. long-term corrosion resistance your pollution. To achieve the chemicals. However. coatings by stones. and rinse thoroughly with water. solvent. They may scratch only part of the job. Some of the polishing compound. which leave unprotected metal tive finish. If you live in an area where your vehi- The aluminum or chrome wheels are sion cle is regularly exposed to corrosive coated with a clear protective finish.3424-3 Aluminum or chrome wheel main. By using the most advanced design materials. 1/%% . be sure to clean Common causes of corrosion the wheels after driving on salted The most common causes of corro- roads. this is rosion are road salts. we produce vehicles of common causes of accelerated cor- wire brushes on aluminum or the highest quality. ocean air and industrial or damage the finish. • Use only a mild soap or neutral detergent.204. or corrosion. dust control chrome wheels.

underside of your vehicle at least sons. rials. The best way to prevent corrosion is accelerate corrosion rather than tact with the vehicle’s surface by to keep your vehicle clean and free prevent it. • If you live in a high-corrosion area rocker panels and frame members. Although the mud appears to be dry. In winter. etc. give particular attention to which corrosion is most likely to getting started by observing the fol. moisture in contact with the vehicle. Keep your vehicle clean rather than washing it away will the corrosive material is kept in con. just ularly when temperatures are just dampening the accumulated mud above freezing. In such conditions. acid rain.3424-3 it can still retain moisture and pro. near mote corrosion. be sure that drain holes are kept . • When cleaning lower door panels.Moisture breeds corrosion To help prevent corrosion • When cleaning underneath the Moisture creates the conditions in You can help prevent corrosion from vehicle. Do a thorough job. because it dries slowly and holds ularly important. winter is over. it is particularly important to once a month and be sure to clean keep your vehicle clean and free of the underside thoroughly when mud or accumulations of other mate.204. ate corrosion of parts that are not should take extra care to prevent properly ventilated so the moisture corrosion. Attention to sure and steam are particularly the underside of the vehicle is partic. For all these rea.—. of corrosive materials. hose off the can be dispersed. you and not be trapped inside to accel- High temperatures can also acceler. the ocean. from view. 1/%1 . This applies not only to the vis- ible surfaces but particularly to the underside of the vehicle. areas with industrial open so that moisture can escape pollution. Water under high pres- moisture that slowly evaporates. corrosion is lowing: and other areas that are hidden accelerated by high humidity. the components under the fenders occur. effective in removing accumulated Mud is particularly corrosive mud and corrosive materials. partic. — where road salts are used. For example. erate corrosion.

cleaning materials or chemi. the color of the leather may fade or the surface may get stripped off. sun cream. solutions. detergents. If you use high alcohol Always remove bird droppings as content solutions or acid/alkaline soon as possible. Check under the mats periodi. with clean water and thoroughly Keep paint and trim in good condi. ates a favorable environment for cor. These should be carried only in wipe them off immediately. leaks should be cleaned up. NOTICE tion Never allow water or other liquids to Scratches or chips in the finish come in contact with electrical/ elec- should be covered with "touch-up" tronic components inside the vehicle paint as soon as possible to reduce as this may damage them. cause damage or discoloration. ice or cals in the vehicle. mats and carpeting and cause corro. the interior parts because they may drive it into the garage when it is still izers. use neu- highly corrosive and may damage tral detergents or low alcohol content painted surfaces in just a few hours. If bare metal is showing through. cosmetic oil.. This is particularly true if you cally to be sure the carpeting is dry. they do contact the interior parts. Moisture can collect under the floor Interior general precautions poorly ventilated garage.). seats etc. See the tribute to corrosion unless it is well proper containers and any spills or instructions that follow for the proper ventilated so moisture is dispersed. Prevent chemicals such as perfume. the atten- tion of a qualified body and paint NOTICE shop is recommended. If wet or covered with snow.204. This cre. the possibility of corrosion. er. flushed way to clean vinyl. sion.3424-3 Keep your garage dry Don't neglect the interior Interior care Don't park your vehicle in a damp. and air freshener from contacting wash your vehicle in the garage or Use particular care if you carry fertil. When cleaning leather products Bird droppings : Bird droppings are (steering wheel. 1/1 . dried. hand clean- rosion. Even a heated garage can con. mud.

3424-3 carpets. Remove fresh spots imme- diately with a fabric spot cleaner. vehicle become fogged (that is. greasy or waxy film). Do not bleach or re-dye the webbing because this may weaken it. soap. Also. of the rear window. Clean vinyl surfaces with a the instructions provided with the vinyl cleaner. its NOTICE fire-resistant properties can be Do not scrape or scratch the inside reduced if the material is not proper.Cleaning the upholstery and interi. they should be cleaned with . Follow cleaner. This may result ly maintained. 1/1$ . cov- tion recommended for upholstery or ered with an oily. in damage to the rear window defroster grid. Follow the directions fresh spots do not receive immediate on the glass cleaner container. If glass cleaner. NOTICE Using anything but recommended cleaners and procedures may affect the fabric’s appearance and fire- resistant properties. attention. Fabric Remove dust and loose dirt from fab- Cleaning the interior window glass ric with a whisk broom or vacuum If the interior glass surfaces of the cleaner. Clean with a mild soap solu. Cleaning the lap/shoulder belt or trim webbing Vinyl Clean the belt webbing with any mild Remove dust and loose dirt from soap solution recommended for vinyl with a whisk broom or vacuum cleaning upholstery or carpet.204. the fabric can be stained and its color can be affected.

Please see the warranty The positive crankcase ventilation The Evaporative Emission Control information contained in the Service system is employed to prevent air System is designed to prevent fuel Passport in your vehicle. the fresh air mixes with blow-by Fuel vapors generated inside the fuel gases. (3) Exhaust emission control system Purge Control Solenoid Valve (PCSV) In order to assure the proper function of the emission control systems. emission control system to meet all This system supplies fresh filtered air emission regulations.3424-3 $!!"#"#$ The emission control system of your 1. Inside the crankcase. orated fuel is not taken into the engine. the PCSV closes so that evap- schedule in this manual. the PCSV opens to introduce evaporated fuel to the engine. systems which are as follows. when the engine authorized HYUNDAI dealer in coolant temperature is low during accordance with the maintenance idling. onboard canister. Evaporative emission control vehicle is covered by a written limited system system warranty. which then pass through the tank are absorbed and stored in the PCV valve into the induction system. to the crankcase through the air Canister There are three emission control intake hose. phere.. When the engine is (1) Crankcase emission control sys. running. 1/1& . Crankcase emission control 2.204. After the engine warms up during ordinary driving. pollution caused by blow-by gases vapors from escaping into the atmos- Your vehicle is equipped with an being emitted from the crankcase. it is The purge control solenoid valve is recommended that you have your controlled by the Engine Control car inspected and maintained by an Module (ECM). tank through the purge control sole- tem noid valve. the fuel vapors absorbed in tem the canister are drawn into the surge (2) Evaporative emission control sys.

have it inspected and repaired open area for more than a short immediately. Have your vehicle. Though • If you use unauthorized electronic colorless and odorless. . do not use unauthorized electronic devices. vehicle for any extended time with or durability and may even violate governmental safety and emis. while maintaining good vehicle per. safety • Never sit in a parked or stopped immediately. cle. it is dan- gerous and could be lethal if devices. drive it only with all needed) to draw outside air into the • This vehicle should not be modi. damage or perform. wire damage. if you smell exhaust out of the area.204. start.3. it may cause the vehicle to operate abnormally. inhaled. Exhaust emission control Engine exhaust gas precautions • Do not operate the engine in con- system (carbon monoxide) fined or closed areas (such as The Exhaust Emission Control • Carbon monoxide can be present garages) any more than what is System is a highly effective system with other exhaust fumes. • When the vehicle is stopped in an formance. safety. Vehicle modifications exhaust fumes are coming into adjust the ventilation system (as your vehicle. the engine running. excessive attempts to restart Exhaust the engine may cause damage to ance problems resulting from any modification may not be covered Engine exhaust gases contain the emission control system. necessary to move the vehicle in or which controls exhaust emissions Therefore. WARNING • When the engine stalls or fails to In addition. under warranty. If you ever suspect time with the engine running. For your this page to avoid CO poisoning. fied. Modification of your vehicle vehicle checked and repaired could affect its performance. 1/1* . Follow the instructions on battery discharge and fire. fumes of any kind inside your vehi. carbon monoxide (CO).3424-3 sions regulations. the windows fully open.

• Do not operate the engine at high Keep away from the exhaust idle speed for extended periods (5 system and catalytic. or there are signs of engine malfunc- drive the vehicle over or near tion. cause the engine to misfire. dam- WARNING Therefore. with the ignition off. • A hot exhaust system can ignite Additionally. Also. Examples of misuse are • The exhaust system and catalyt. vegetation.3424-3 Operating precautions for catalytic Your vehicle is equipped with a cat. Do not park. do not seal the trol system. do not remove • Do not modify or tamper with any the heat sink around the part of the engine or emission con- exhaust system. vehicle. such actions could void flammable items under your • Do not operate the vehicle when your warranties. ly after the engine is turned off. • Do not misuse or abuse the leaves. grass. coasting with the ignition off and ic system are very hot while the descending steep grades in gear engine is running or immediate. etc. idle. the following precautions aging the catalytic converter. get burned. must be observed: Failure to observe these precautions Fire • Use only UNLEADED FUEL for could result in damage to the catalyt- Petrol engine. control. engine.. All inspections and bottom of the vehicle or do not adjustments must be made by an coat the vehicle for corrosion authorized HYUNDAI dealer.204. such as misfire or a noticeable flammable objects. 1/1( . paper. Running out of fuel could device. you may minutes or more). ic converter and to your vehicle. • Avoid driving with a extremely low converters (if equipped) alytic converter emission control fuel level. It may present a fire risk under certain conditions. such as loss of performance.

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2)*3 Position lights Front tread Type B LED 1.9) 3.504 (59. of cylinders 4 4 Type B : Bi-Function Projection Headlamp #$" .525 (60.513 (59.513 (59.525 (60.*&)'0.2 Diesel 1.995 (157.+0%0+)'0.6)*3 Static bending light* 55 Rear tread 1./(!&.*-0/%./(--./ !()'("' # &$$&) Item 5 Door Cross Light Bulb Wattage (W) Overall length 3.3) 1.516 (59.0)*4 Side repeater light*(Outside mirror) LED Wheelbase 2.985 (156.760 (69.8)*2 1.2) Front turn signal 21 (1.396 Room lamps 8 cc Bore x Stroke Luggage room lamp* 10 71.507 (59.525 (60) Overall height 1.3) Type A 60/55 Overall width 1.4 License plate light 5 Map lamps 8 Displacement 1.2) Front fog light 35 *1 : with roof rack Stop and tail light (Rear) 21/5 *2 : with R14 tire Tail light (Rear) 5 *3 : with R16 tire Rear turn signal light 21 *4 : with R15 tire Back-up light (Rear) 21 )'(') High mounted stop light* 5 Item Gasoline 1.519 (59.3)*3 1.3) Headlights (High/Low) Type B 60 1.2) 2.734 (68.0)*2 1.6)*4 1.555 (61.0 x 75.197 1.6)*3 1.2))*1 Type A 5 1.570 (101. .505 (59.6 75 x 79 mm * : If equipped Firing order 1-3-4-2 1-3-4-2 Type A : MFR (Multi Focus Reflector) Headlamp No.570 (101.

88~107) 195/55R16 6./(!&./ *1 : Normal load : Up to 2 persons CAUTION When replacing tires. Using tires of a different size can damage the related parts or make it work irregularly. N•m) 185/70R14 5./(--.+0%0+)'0.$(%)&'!))# Inflation pressure (psi) Wheel lug nut Item Tire size Wheel size Normal load *1 Maximum load torque Front Rear Front Rear kg•m (lb•ft.5J x 15 230 (33) 215(31) 230(33) 230(33) (65~79.*&)'0.*-0/%.  #$".5J x 14 230 (33) 215(31) 230(33) 230(33) 9~11 Full size tire 185/65R15 5.0J x 16 230 (33) 215(31) 230(33) 230(33)  . NOTE : Only Steel wheel is provided with the vehicle as a spare wheel. use the same size originally supplied with the vehicle.

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Along with other additional benefits.) MIXTURE. these improvements are difficult to measure in everyday driving. .7~0. Lubricant Volume Classification API Service SM*3 and ILSAC GF-4 or above. they can offer significant cost and energy savings./ %)")'!)!# %(&'$&'!&&($() To help achieve proper engine and powertrain performance and durability.*-0/%.) API Service GL-4.7 US qt.780 US qt.8 US qt. Antifreeze with water Coolant Diesel engine 6.6 ~ 1.9 US gal.) Petrol engine 4./(--.4 US qt.8 l FMVSS116 DOT-3 or DOT-4 Brake/Clutch fluid (0. SAE 70W Manual transaxle fluid 1.) Fuel 45 l (11.8 US qt. Petrol engine 3.4 l (6. *2 : Engine oils labeled Energy Conserving Oil are now available.) (Ethylene glycol base coolant for aluminum radiator) 0. #$" .8 ~ 1.3 l (4. Often.7 ~ 1.*&)'0.5 ~ 1.) - *1 : Refer to the recommended SAE viscosity numbers on the next page.7~0. *3 : We recommend that you use the engine oils approved by HYUNDAI Motor India Ltd.60 US qt. The correct lubricants also help promote engine efficiency that results in improved fuel economy.6 l (3.) (Do not mix DOT3 & DOT4 brake/clutch fluids.3 l (5.8 l (HYUNDAI genuine transaxle fluid) Diesel engine (1. they contribute to fuel econ- omy by reducing the amount of fuel necessary to overcome engine friction.) Engine oil * * (drain and refill) 1 2 or ACEA A5 or above Diesel engine 5.6 l Petrol engine (1. These lubricants and fluids are recommended for use in your vehicle.9 US qt.) ACEA B4 1. but in a year’s time.+0%0+)'0. use only lubricants of the proper quality. you are able to use API service SL./(!&. We recommend that you consult an autho- rized HYUNDAI dealer for details. *4 : If the API service SM engine oil is not available in your country.

CAUTION engine oil flowability).+0%0+)'0. it is recommended to use the engine oil of a viscosity grade SAE 5W- 30 (API SM / ILSAC GF-4). consider the ty engine oils can provide better fuel range of temperature your vehicle Always be sure to clean the area economy and cold weather perform. ommended oil viscosity from the  . however. Lower viscosi. especially important in dusty or sandy areas and when the vehicle Temperature Range for SAE Viscosity Numbers is used on unpaved roads.*-0/%. This is tory lubrication in hot weather./(--. drain plug. #$" . select the proper engine oil using the engine oil viscosity chart.*&)'0./(!&.Recommended SAE viscosity Engine oil viscosity (thickness) has Using oils of any viscosity other than number an effect on fuel economy and cold those recommended could result in weather operating (engine start and engine damage./ draining any lubricant. will be operated in before the next oil around any filler plug. °C -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 Cleaning the plug and dipstick Temperature (°F) -10 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 areas will prevent dirt and grit from 20W-50 entering the engine and other mechanisms that could be dam. ance. Petrol 15W-40 aged. if the engine oil is not available in your country. Proceed to select the rec- or dipstick before checking or engine oils are required for satisfac. chart. higher viscosity change. Engine Oil *1 10W-30 5W-30 15W-40 Diesel 10W-30 Engine Oil 5W-30 0W-30  *1: For better fuel economy. However. When choosing an oil.

We recommend that the below mentioned VAS should be used only after two years from date of delivery and as per the frequen- cy mentioned below: Classification Type VAS Product Frequency Engine C Throttle body cleaner First at 30./(--. .+0%0+)'0./ RECOMMENDED FREQUENCY FOR VALUE ADDED SERVICES The Value Added Services (VAS) are not part of the Maintenance Schedule mentioned in section 9 and are not mandatory for maintaining the validity of the Basic Warranty of the vehicle.*&)'0.000 km.000 km Below mentioned VAS may be used before completion of two years from the date of delivery and as per the frequency mentioned below: Classification Type VAS Product Frequency Exterior CT Underbody coating Once in a new car Interior C Upholstery cleaning Every 6 months C – Clean CT – Coat #$" .*-0/%. Owner may choose to avail these services to further enhance the per- formance of the vehicle. then every 20./(!&.

cle are chosen to provide the best ing your car and in all legal matters senger’s) side center pillar gives the performance for normal driving.*-0/%. vehicle identification number (VIN)./ OIB084003 OIB074059 OIB074055 The vehicle identification number The vehicle certification label The tires supplied on your new vehi- (VIN) is the number used in register. To check sures recommended for your car. attached on the driver’s (or front pas. etc.+0%0+)'0. pull out the slit part of carpet.)(#)(!)'$((&$("' )(#))%$((&$("' $(%))((&$("'&'! ' )%(' #& )#()()! %)%)#& )#  . the number. pertaining to its ownership./(!&./(--.*&)'0. The tire label located on the driver's The number is punched on the floor side center pillar gives the tire pres- under the front right seat.  #$" .

suppli- er part number. refrigerant (1) and refrigerant oil (2). production number./(!&./(--.*-0/%./ )'(')' )% &(%"'!($("')% ■ Petrol engine "%)"%#& )# OIB084001 ■ Diesel Engine OHC081001 A compressor label informs you the type of compressor your vehicle is equipped with such as model.*&)'0. #$" .+0%0+)'0. OIB084002 The engine number is stamped on the engine block as shown in the drawing. .

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...........................................................................9-39 Parking brake (Manual) ..............................................................9-85 Interior care.............................................................................4-36 Battery saver function........................................................................................................................................................................................9-45 SRS components and functions .....................................................4-40 Before driving...............................6-2 Antenna................................................................................10-2 Anti-lock brake system (ABS) ...........................................................5-12 Air bags.................4-50 Power brakes.............................................................................................................................5-95 Remote key precautions.......................................................7-23 Immobilizer system .....7-24 Button start/stop.........................9-77 Antenna........................... USB and iPod port........................................................................................9-85 Exterior care............................................5-10 Automatic Transmission Control.............................6-3 Audio remote control...........7-21 Air cleaner .......................................................................................................... see engine start/stop button.......5-100 Smart key ...................................................................4-32 B How does the air bags system operate?......................................4-36 Battery..........................................................................................................................7-9 Appearance care .............................5-71 Driver's and passenger's front air bag...........10-8 Anti-lock brake system (ABS) .......................................................................7-21 Air bag warning label .............................................................................6-2 AUX.......................5-3 Manual heating and air conditioning.....................................5-94 Remote key .........5-93 Accessing your vehicle........7-3 SRS Care...............5-5 Air conditioning.......6-4   .....................................................................................................9-35 Automatic climate control system ..............5-93 Bulb replacement....................6-2 Smart key precautions ...................5-69 A Automatic climate control system.......................................................6-3 Bulb wattage ..............7-22 Air conditioner compressor label ......................................... USB and iPod port ...............5-3 Automatic heating and air conditioning ........6-4 Audio system ....................................9-90 Audio remote control......................................5-84 Brakes/clutch fluid..............................4-47 Brake system.........4-33 Air bag warning and indicator..................................................................5-7 AUX.......................  Auto light position.................................................................................7-24 Manual climate control system...

..................................................................................................................................................5-32 Cargo area cover .............6-18 Defroster (Rear window)......................................5-16 Child-protector rear door lock.........9-53 Driving at night.................................................. see instrument cluster..................5-37 Rear parking assist system.............5-16 Digital clcok........................................................................................................................5-107 Defrosting (Windshield) ........5-115 Defogging (Windshield) .................................................................................................... see instrument cluster .9-90 Day/night rearview mirror..............................................................................................5-110 Certification label ..................................................................................... see instrument panel Tire chains...............10-7 Dimensions .....................................................................................7-32 illumination................................ see cup holders........7-30 ..................................................................7-29 Cool box ..................................................5-13 Using a child restraint system .........................5-79 Cloths hanger ..........9-85 Dashboard..........5-38 Exterior care.5-83 Center console storage............................................................................................................................4-27 Door locks..........................9-51 Displays.......................................5-79 Combined instrument...5-37 Child restraint system (CRS).............5-108 Driving in flooded areas ................ see instrument panel Tire care ....................................................................................................................5-37 Interior care.5-17 Climate control air filter .......................................................5-114 Rear view camera .....5-38 Checking tire inflation pressure ...........................................................10-2 Chains Display illumination.................. see instrument cluster ....9-49 illumination........................................5-17 Child-protector rear door lock ...........................5-111 Clock............................................5-110 Driver assist system.....................................................4-29 Central door lock switch......................................................................................9-40 Drinks holders....................................................................................................................................C D Care Dashboard illumination....5-104 Central door lock switch......5-80 Compact spare tire replacement ..................................................5-104 CD player (AC112C7GG) .

................................  Coolant...........................9-92  Cup holder.....................4-44   ........................................................................... see engine coolant...................................................................9-31 Crankcase emission control system..................................................5-111 Curtain air bag..........9-31 Driving in the rain ................................7-29 Cooling fluid...........

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.....................................................................9-92 Changing tires ............................9-66   ...........8-10 Emission control system....................................................................................5-68 Multi fuse...5-116 Main fuse ...9-93 Fluid Engine ......10-2 Brakes/clutch fluid....................5-27 Engine start/stop button........3-4 Engine oil....................................................................................................................8-10 Crankcase emission control system....................3-3 Fuse/relay panel description .................F-6 Explanation of scheduled maintenance items ................9-92 Floor mat anchor(s) ..........................................5-35 Engine number.........................5-40 Folding the outside rearview mirror...................3-6...........9-85 Instrument panel fuse..........................................9-92 Removing and storing the spare tire.............................................................9-61 Exterior features..............................................................................................................................................................................................................9-63 Roof rack...................9-65 Exterior lights .....................9-35 Engine compartment ...............................................................................................5-33 Flat tire (with spare tire).........................................................................................................8-11 Evaporative emission control System ..................................................9-93 Fuel requirements .......................................9-38 Evaporative emission control System ...................................................................................................................................................................................................7-9 Fuel filter ......9-37 Engine coolant ...................... 9-3 Washer fluid....................................................................................................................5-116 Memory fuse ............................10-8 Front seat ............................................................................................8-10 Electric power steering ........5-71 Engine Coolant Temperature gauge .................................................................................................................................5-114 Exhaust emission control system........................................9-65 Exterior overview ......................................................................9-29 Fuel filler lid ...........................................................9-61 Exterior care ......9-92 Fuel Gauge...........................................................9-25 Fuses ..........................................................5-30 Jack and tools.............................5-40 Exhaust emission control system ...................................  E F Electric chromic mirror (ECM)................................................9-31 Fog light (front) ...

5-39 If the engine overheats .........................................................................................5-46 Headlight position............................................................8-3 Hazardous driving conditions.................................................5-39 Automatic climate control system ......................................................................................8-8 Glove box ...................................8-3 Headlight bulb replacement..........................5-110 Digital clock...........5-110 Hyundai warranty policy ...........5-31 Instrument panel overview ......................9-61 Horn ...................9-77 Indicator light .5-43 Hood ............. G I Gauges ................................................................................F-5 Interior care......................................2-2 Clock ............................................................................5-108 If the engine stalls at a crossroad or crossing ...........................................................................................................................................5-72 Information Mode...............................5-110 ..................................................5-38 Manual climate control system.............8-5 If you have a flat tire ..............................................................................8-3 H If the engine will not start ......................4-7 Instrument cluster ........................................................................................................................8-3 If the engine stalls while driving ..........................................................................................................3-5 How to use this manual...........................................8-2 If you have a flat tire while driving ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................beam operation.......5-84 LCD Display Control............................5-68 Inside rearview mirror .......5-94 Gauges ............5-39 High ..............7-28 In case of emergency while driving ........8-10 Hazard warning flasher.............5-32 Headrest .....9-90 How vehicle audio works .......................................................................................................................................................................5-55 Headlight leveling device .............................................................................5-69 Transaxle Shift Indicator .................6-5 Interior features...5-25 Instrument panel fuse .........................................................................................5-37 Heater Instrument panel illumination.................................

......................................................................................................................5-112 Power outlet .......................................................5-113    ......  Cup holder...5-111 Sun visor ..........

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.........................9-77 K Lighting................................................beam operation ...................5-71 Key positions .........................................................................8-10 LCD Display Control ........5-73 Tire specification and pressure label ....................................................................10-7 Interior lights ....5-68 Headlight leveling device ..................................................................10-8 Room lamp.  Floor mat anchor(s)...............................................................................................................................5-48 J Warning Messages ...............................................................5-50 Jack and tools ...5-114 Cloths hanger ............................5-72 Static bending light.................................10-7 Interior lamp AUTO cut .......5-70 Front fog light ...................................................................................................5-75 LCD modes......................................5-69 Turn signals............5-68 Battery saver function..............5-75 LCD display.................................5-114 Label Cargo area cover .............................5-44 Luggage room lamp........5-39 Jump starting..............................7-5 Parking light position..........................................................................................3-4 Information Mode ........................5-73 Exterior lights ......................................................................................5-73 Vehicle certification label ....................5-114 L Shopping bag holder ...........................................................5-71 Interior lights ..................................................................10-8 Front lamp............5-69 High ................................5-74 Refrigerant label ...................................................................................................................................................8-5 LCD modes........................................................................................................................................................................................5-73 Air conditioner compressor label ......................................................................................................9-80   .....................................................................................................................9-55 Interior lamp AUTO cut .......................................................................................................5-115 Tire sidewall labeling...........................................5-46 User Settings Mode ...........................................................................5-44 Light bulbs.................................................................5-68 Headlight position................5-44 Interior overview ..............5-68 Auto light position ......................................................

.......................................Lubricants and capacities .........................................................................................................9-5 Owner maintenance ....................................................................................................5-32 Day/night rearview mirror ...............................................................................7-22 Tire maintenance.9-55 Parking light position ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................5-68 Maintenance record sheets ...........................10-4 Luggage room lamp.............................9-8 Owner maintenance .................................................................................9-10 P Explanation of scheduled maintenance items............9-8 Scheduled maintenance service ...............5-89 Manual transaxle........................................9-25 Parking brake (Manual).......................5-42 Maintenance services...9-29 Main fuse ........5-75 O Odometer .............................................................................................................................................................................5-41 M Oil (Engine) .........................5-34 Maintenance Outside Temperature gauge ...............5-74 Memory fuse............................................7-17 Map lamp...........5-84 Heating and air conditioning .............................5-32 ..9-65 Outside rearview mirror ..5-23 Manual climate control system...................................5-113 Maintenance services.........................5-85 Air conditioning.....1-2 Power brakes...................................................................................................................................................9-5 Power window lock button..........................................................................7-21 Maintenance schedule.....................................9-10 Power outlet .........9-63 Mirrors ........................

....................5-33 Inside rearview mirror ...................5-34 Folding the outside rearview mirror .........9-65   .....................................5-32 Outside rearview mirror........................................................................................5-35  Multi fuse...............  Electric chromic mirror (ECM) ..................................

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..........................................7-29  ......................................................4-26 Recommended SAE viscosity number ........................................................................10-4 Care of seat belts ..................7-28 Smooth cornering.........................................................................4-23 Recommended lubricants and capacities......................................10-8 Seats..7-28 Headrest .......................................4-2 Remote key .........5-78 Pre-tensioner seat belt........4-17 Rear window wiper and washer ..................................5-75 Shopping bag holder.......................................10-5 Seatback pocket ............................................................................................................................7-31 Spare tire Removing and storing the spare tire.......7-28 Hazardous driving conditions ..................4-21 Recommended cold tire inflation pressures ..........................................................................................................................................................................4-9 Refrigerant label .....5-80 Scheduled maintenance service..4-9 Room lamp .......4-15 Rear view camera .....................................................................................................................9-51 Side air bag.............................................................9-77 Rear seat............................................................4-9 Seat belts..........................5-114 Rotation (Tire) ...............................................  R S Rear parking assist system ...................9-53 Special driving conditions .....................5-116 Seatback pocket ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................7-28 Rocking the vehicle ........................................................................................4-7 Roof rack .....................................................................7-29 Snow tires ....................................................5-7 Smooth cornering ........4-5 Replacement light bulb....9-49 Seat belt precautions ............................................................................................4-9 Rocking the vehicle .......................................................................................................4-42 Smart key..9-10 Rear seat .......................8-11 Changing tires .................................................................5-3 Front seat ..............5-79 Seat belt warning light..................................................................................................................................................8-11 Compact spare tire replacement .............................

...................5-31 Recommended cold tire inflation pressures .......................9-55 Tire maintenance..............................................9-55 Tire traction..............................................5-31 Static bending light....7-29 Driving in the rain .....................................10-7 Tilt steering .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................5-107 Tire care ............ Driving at night...........9-52 Cool box................5-18 Starting difficulties.........................9-53 Sunglass holder..............................................8-15 Transaxle .....................................................................................................................................................9-49 Center console storage................................................................................................................................................................7-32 Steering wheel ................................................................................................ see engine will not start.............................5-107 Checking tire inflation pressure.....................................................................5-30 Tire rotation .........................................9-55 Tires and wheels specification...................5-39 Tailgate .................10-3 Towing .............................................................7-30 Tachometer ........5-109 Tire replacement .....................................................7-29 T Driving in flooded areas .....................................................................................9-53 Sunglass holder ............5-30 Tire specification and pressure label ..................................9-52 Electric power steering ...........5-108 Wheel alignment and tire balance .................8-5 Tilt steering.................................................5-112 Compact spare tire replacement ..................................................................9-81 Tire chains ....................................5-108 Tire rotation .................................................................................................5-109 Wheel replacement .........................................5-39 Speedometer ...................................................................9-49 Storage compartment ...............5-31 Tires and wheels ....................................................................................................9-51 Glove box...........................................................9-53 Sun visor ....................................9-49 Horn .....................................9-55 Tire sidewall labeling...........................................

..5-43 Trip computer ....................................................5-66  Turn signals ...............................................5-70  ...............................................................................................................5-65 Trip A/B ............  Transaxle shift indicator ...................

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..............................................................5-77 User Settings Mode ...........5-48 Windshield washers (Front)..................................................................9-37 Wheel alignment and tire balance ....7-31 Tire chains.......................................................5-55 Warning Messages ........9-55 Windows ..........5-76 U Windshield wipers (Front) ..............................................5-77 Windshield wipers (Front).........5-77 Winter driving......5-77 Rear window wiper and washer ..................................................10-7 Vehicle weight .................................................  Wipers and washers .................5-20 Power window lock switch...................5-50 Washer fluid......................................5-78 V Value added services..............................5-104 Windshield washers (Front)..............................10-6 Vehicle break-in process...............................................................................................................................................................7-35 W Warning light ........9-42   .......................................................7-31 Snow tires ........................................................................................................LCD display....................................7-32 Wiper blades .......................................................................................................................10-7 Vehicle identification number (VIN)...............................................5-23 Windshield defrosting and defogging .......................................................9-53 Wheel replacement ..........................................................................F-10 Vehicle certification label ....................