Hyundai EON Owner's Manual

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All information in this Owner's Manual is current at the time of publication.
However, Hyundai reserves the right to make changes at any time so that
our policy of continual product improvement may be carried out.
This manual applies to all Hyundai models and includes descriptions and
explanations of optional as well as standard equipment. As a result, you
may find material in this manual that does not apply to your specific


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  Summary of Contents for Hyundai EON

  • Page 1: Specifications

    Specifications All information in this Owner's Manual is current at the time of publication. However, Hyundai reserves the right to make changes at any time so that our policy of continual product improvement may be carried out. This manual applies to all Hyundai models and includes descriptions and explanations of optional as well as standard equipment.
  • Page 2 Your Hyundai should not be modified in any way. Such modifications may adversely affect the performance, safety or durability of your Hyundai and may, in addition, violate conditions of the limited warranties covering the vehicle. Certain modifications may also be in violation of regulations established by the Department of Transportation and other government agencies in your country.
  • Page 3 SAFETY AND VEHICLE DAMAGE WARNING This manual includes information titled as WARNING, CAUTION and NOTICE. These titles indicate the following: WARNING This indicates that a condition may result in harm, serious injury or death to you or other persons if the warning is not heeded. Follow the advice provided with the warning. CAUTION This indicates that a condition may result in damage to your vehicle or its equipment if the caution is not heeded.
  • Page 4 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.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Maintenance Record Sheet Hyundai Warranty Policy Introduction Your vehicle at a glance Safety features of your vehicle Features of your vehicle Driving your vehicle What to do in an emergency Maintenance Specifications & Consumer information Index...
  • Page 7: Maintenance Record Sheet

    Maintenance Record Sheet Maintenance Record Sheet / 1-2...
  • Page 8 Maintenance Record Sheet...
  • Page 9 Hyundai Warranty Policy Hyundai New Vehicle Warranty / 2-2 Replacement Parts Warranty / 2-3 Emission Warranty / 2-5 Hyundai Extended Warranty / 2-7 Pre delivery inspection & Warranty Registration Card 1st Free Service Coupon 2nd Free Service Coupon 3rd Free Service Coupon...
  • Page 10: Hyundai Warranty Policy

    "HMIL", warrants that each new above, at no cost to the owner of the flooding or fire. Hyundai vehicle sold shall be free from Hyundai vehicle for parts or labour. Such Use of improper or insufficient any defects in material and workman-...
  • Page 11 This warranty is the entire warranty given 1. Warranty period more frequently as mentioned in this by HMIL for Hyundai vehicles and no Owner's Manual and Service Booklet. dealer or its or his agent or employee is This warranty shall exist for a period of 6...
  • Page 12 Hyundai Warranty Policy period stipulated above, at no cost to the mined. o Retention of the customer's copy of owner of the Hyundai vehicle for parts or the original repair order and its o Incidental or consequential damages, labour. invoice/bill against which the part was including without limitation, loss of replaced.
  • Page 13 • Power Transistor be necessary and shall at its sole discre- the Hyundai vehicle for parts or labour. tion either repair or replace free of • Distributor and internal parts Such defective parts which have been...
  • Page 14 Hyundai Authorized Dealer/ System This Emission Warranty shall not apply Service Centre. • Vapour Storage Canister Use of parts other than Hyundai • Fuel Tank o Normal maintenance services includ- Genuine Parts. • Fuel Filler Tube and Fuel filler...
  • Page 15 This warranty is the entire warranty given nance of vehicle should be done either for obtaining a new certificate, by HMIL for Hyundai vehicles and no more frequently as mentioned in this dealer or its or his agent or employee is or pursuant upon being directed by Owner’s...
  • Page 16 dealer...
  • Page 17 Introduction How to use this manual / 3-2 Fuel requirements / 3-2 Vehicle break-in process / 3-5 Indicator symbols on the instrument cluster / 3-6...
  • Page 18: Introduction

    CAUTIONs, and NOTICEs in this manu- Unleaded cle. Your Owner’s Manual can assist you al. These WARNINGs were prepared to Your new HYUNDAI vehicle is designed in many ways. We strongly recommend enhance your personal safety. You to use only unleaded fuel having an that you read the entire manual.
  • Page 19 (We rec- of these fuels may cause drivability prob- ommend that you consult an lems and damage to the fuel system. authorized HYUNDAI dealer for Discontinue using gasohol of any kind if details.) drivability problems occur.
  • Page 20 Do not use methanol Fuel Additives HYUNDAI recommends avoiding fuels Fuels containing methanol (wood alco- HYUNDAI recommends you use good containing MTBE (Methyl Tertiary Butyl hol) should not be used in your vehicle. quality gasolines that meet Europe Fuel Ether) over 15.0% vol. (Oxygen Content This type of fuel can reduce vehicle per- standards (EN228) or equivalents.
  • Page 21: Vehicle Break-In Process

    Introduction VEHICLE BREAK-IN PROCESS No special break-in period is needed. By following a few simple precautions for the first 1,000 km (600 miles) you may add to the performance, economy and life of your vehicle. • Do not race the engine. •...
  • Page 22: Indicator Symbols On The Instrument Cluster

    Introduction INDICATOR SYMBOLS ON THE INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Air bag warning light Manual transaxle shift indicator Turn signal indicator Charging system warning light High beam indicator Immobilizer indicator Front fog light Malfunction indicator Engine oil pressure warning light EPS (Electronic Power Steering) warning light Parking brake &...
  • Page 23: Your Vehicle At A Glance

    Your vehicle at a glance Interior overview / 4-2 Instrument panel overview / 4-3 Engine compartment / 4-4...
  • Page 24 Your vehicle at a glance INTERIOR OVERVIEW 1. Seat ............5-1 2. Door lock/unlock lever ......6-8 3. Inside door handle ......6-8 4. Power window switches ....6-11 5. Tailgate release lever .......6-10 6. Hood release lever ......6-14 7. Fuel filler lid opener ......6-16 8.
  • Page 25: Instrument Panel Overview

    Your vehicle at a glance INSTRUMENT PANEL OVERVIEW 1. Driver’s front air bag ......5-23 2. Horn ..........6-20 3. Inside rearview mirror ......6-21 4. Instrument cluster ......6-24 5. Light control / Turn signals ....6-33 6. Wiper / Washer ........6-37 7. Climate control system ....6-40 8.
  • Page 26 Your vehicle at a glance ENGINE COMPARTMENT ■ Gasoline Engine 1. Engine oil dipstick......9-16 2. Engine oil filler cap ......9-16 3. Engine coolant reservoir....9-18 4. Radiator cap ........9-19 5. Brake/clutch fluid reservoir ....9-20 6. Windshield washer fluid reservoir..9-21 7. Air cleaner ........9-22 8.
  • Page 27 Seats / 5-2 Seat belts / 5-10 Child restraint system / 5-18 Air bag - supplemental restraint system / 5-23 Safety features of your vehicle...
  • Page 28: Seat

    Safety features of your vehicle SEATS Front seat (1) Forward and rearward (2) Seatback angle (3) Headrest Rear seat (4) Seat folding (5) Headrest OHA031001...
  • Page 29 Safety features of your vehicle WARNING WARNING WARNING Loose objects Driver - Driver’s seat responsibility for passen- Loose objects in the driver’s foot • Never attempt to adjust the seat gers area could interfere with the opera- while the vehicle is moving. This tion of the foot pedals, possibly could result in loss of control, Riding in a vehicle with the seat-...
  • Page 30: Front Seat Adjustment

    Safety features of your vehicle (Continued) WARNING - Rear seat- • When resetting the seatback to backs the upright position, make sure it • The rear seatback must be is securely latched by pushing it securely latched. If not, passen- forward and rearwards.
  • Page 31 Safety features of your vehicle WARNING • For maximum effectiveness in case of an accident, the headrest should be adjusted so the middle of the headrest is at the same height of the center of gravity of an occupant's head. Generally, the center of gravity of most peo- ple's head is similar with the height of the top of their eyes.
  • Page 32 Safety features of your vehicle OHA031004 OHA031005 OHA031006 Adjusting the height up and down Removal (if equipped) Seatback pocket (if equipped) (if equipped) • To remove the headrest, adjust the The seatback pocket is provided on the • To raise the headrest, pull it up to the seat back angle reaward, and raise the back of the front passenger’s seatback.
  • Page 33: Rear Seat Adjustment

    Safety features of your vehicle Folding the rear seat To fold down the rear seatback: 1. Set the front seatback to the upright The rear seatbacks may be folded to position and if necessary, slide the facilitate carrying long items or to front seat forward.
  • Page 34 Safety features of your vehicle WARNING When you return the rear seatback to its upright position after being folded down: Be careful not to damage the seat belt webbing or buckle. Do not allow the seat belt webbing or buckle to get caught or pinched in the rear seat.
  • Page 35 Safety features of your vehicle CAUTION - Damaging rear WARNING - Cargo seat belt buckles Cargo should always be secured to When you fold the rear seatback, prevent it from being thrown about ensure that the buckles are placed the vehicle in a collision and caus- horizantlly and create minimum ing injury to the vehicle occupants.
  • Page 36 Safety features of your vehicle SEAT BELTS Seat belt restraint system (Continued) WARNING • Avoid wearing twisted seat belts. Seat belts are designed to bear WARNING A twisted belt can't do its job as upon the bony structure of the well.
  • Page 37 Safety features of your vehicle (Continued) WARNING It is essential to replace the entire No modifications or additions assembly after it has been worn in should be made by the user which a severe impact even if damage to will either prevent the seat belt the assembly is not obvious.
  • Page 38 Safety features of your vehicle ✽ NOTICE If you are not able to pull out the seat belt from the retractor, firmly pull the belt out and release it. Then you will be able to pull the belt out smoothly. WARNING The center seat belt latching mech- anism is different from those for...
  • Page 39 Safety features of your vehicle OEN036030 B220A04NF-1 OHA031011 Lap belt When using the rear center seat belt, the buckle with the “CENTER” mark must be To fasten your seat belt: used. (if equipped) To fasten a 2-point static type belt, insert Too high the metal tab (1) into the locking buckle (2).
  • Page 40 Safety features of your vehicle Seat belt precautions Infant or small child You should be aware of the specific requirements in your country. Child WARNING and/or infant seats must be properly All occupants of the vehicle must placed and installed in the rear seat. For wear their seat belts at all times.
  • Page 41 Safety features of your vehicle ✽ NOTICE Larger children If the shoulder belt portion slightly touch- es the child’s neck or face, try placing the Children who are too large for child Small children are best protected from child closer to the center of the vehicle. If restraint systems should always occupy injury in an accident when properly the shoulder belt still touches their face...
  • Page 42 Safety features of your vehicle Pregnant women Do not lie down Care of seat belts The use of a seat belt is recommended To reduce the chance of injuries in the event Seat belt systems should never be dis- for pregnant women to lessen the of an accident and to achieve maximum assembled or modified.
  • Page 43 This should be done even if no damage is visible. We recommend that you con- sult questions concerning seat belt oper- ation should be directed to an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. 5 17...
  • Page 44 Safety features of your vehicle CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM Children riding in the car should sit in the Follow all the instructions provided by the (Continued) rear seat and must always be properly manufacturer when installing the child • When the child restraint system restrained to minimize the risk of injury in restraint system.
  • Page 45 Safety features of your vehicle (Continued) (Continued) WARNING • Never leave children unattended • Never use an infant carrier or a To reduce the chance of serious or in a vehicle – not even for a short child safety seat that "hooks" fatal injuries: time.
  • Page 46 ■ Forward-facing child restraint system • If the seat belt does not operate as described in this section, have the system checked immediately. We recommend that you have it done by an authorized Hyundai dealer. • Failure to observe this manual's instructions regarding...
  • Page 47 Safety features of your vehicle 3. Route the lap belt through the restraint according to the seat manufacturer’s instructions. 4. Buckle the seat belt and adjust the lap belt for a snug hold on the child restraint by pulling on the loose end of the belt.
  • Page 48 Safety features of your vehicle If you need to tighten the belt, pull more webbing toward the retractor. When you unbuckle the seat belt and allow it to retract, the retractor will automatically revert back to its normal seated passen- ger emergency locking usage condition.
  • Page 49: Ignition Switch

    Safety features of your vehicle AIR BAG - SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED) How does the air bag system WARNING operate Even in vehicles with air bags, you • An air bag is activated (able to inflate if and your passengers must always necessary) only when the ignition wear the safety belts provided in switch is turned to the ON or START...
  • Page 50 Safety features of your vehicle It is much more likely that you will sim- Noise and smoke ply see the deflated air bag hanging WARNING When the air bag inflates, it makes a loud out of the storage compartment after noise and leaves smoke and powder in •...
  • Page 51 Safety features of your vehicle SRS components and functions WARNING The SRS consists of the following com- When the air bag deploys, the air ponents: bag related parts in the steering 1. Driver's front air bag module wheel are very hot. To prevent 2.
  • Page 52 Safety features of your vehicle The SRSCM continually monitors all Driver’s front air bag (1) Driver’s front air bag (2) SRS components while the ignition switch is ON to determine if a crash impact is severe enough to require air bag deployment.
  • Page 53: Driver's Front Air Bag

    Safety features of your vehicle Driver’s front air bag (3) WARNING • If an air bag deploys, there may be a loud noise followed by a fine dust released in the vehicle. These conditions are normal and are not hazardous - the air bag is packed in this fine powder.
  • Page 54 Safety features of your vehicle The purpose of the SRS is to provide the (Continued) WARNING vehicle's driver with additional protection • Move your seat as far back as than that offered by the seat belt system Always use seat belts and child possible from the air bag, while alone in case of a frontal impact of suffi- restraints –...
  • Page 55 Hyundai dealer. to minimize the risk of severe occupant causing serious or fatal injury or death in the event of a injuries.
  • Page 56 Safety features of your vehicle Why didn’t my air bag go off in a collision? (Inflation and non-infla- tion conditions of the air bag) There are many types of accidents in which the air bag would not be expected to provide additional protec- tion.
  • Page 57 We recommend that sity, speed or angles of impact of the the system be serviced by an front collision. authorized HYUNDAI dealer. (Continued) 5 31...
  • Page 58 Safety features of your vehicle OPA037041 OPA037042 OSA038121 Air bag non-inflation conditions • The front air bag is not designed to • The front air bag may not inflate in side inflate in rear collisions, because occu- impact collisions, because occupants •...
  • Page 59 Safety features of your vehicle 1VQA2089 OPA037043 OED036104 • In an angled collision, the force of • Just before impact, drivers often brake • The air bag may not inflate in rollover impact may direct the occupants in a heavily. Such heavy braking lowers accidents because air bag deployment direction where the air bag would not the front portion of the vehicle causing...
  • Page 60 We recommend affect SRS performance and lead that you have it done by an authorized to possible injury. Hyundai dealer. • For cleaning the air bag pad cov- ers, use only a soft, dry cloth or one which has been moistened with plain water.
  • Page 61 An authorized HYUNDAI dealer knows these precautions and can give you the necessary information. Failure to follow these precautions and proce- dures could increase the risk of personal injury.
  • Page 63 Keys / 6-2 Remote keyless entry / 6-5 Door locks / 6-7 Tailgate / 6-10 Windows / 6-11 Hood / 6-14 Fuel filler lid / 6-16 Steering wheel / 6-19 Mirrors / 6-21 Instrument cluster / 6-24 Hazard warning flasher / 6-32 Features of your vehicle Lighting / 6-33 Wipers and washers / 6-37...
  • Page 64 Used to start the engine, lock and unlock the doors (or tailgate). We recommend that you use parts for replacement from an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. If an aftermarket WARNING - Ignition key key is used, the ignition switch may Leaving children unattended in a not return to ON after START.
  • Page 65 Features of your vehicle ✽ NOTICE To deactivate the immobilizer sys- tem: When starting the engine, do not use the Insert the ignition key into the key cylin- key with other immobilizer keys around. der and turn it to the ON position. Otherwise the engine may not start or may stop soon after it starts.
  • Page 66 The engine may not start for the tem to malfunction. We recommend metal accessories may interrupt the that the system be serviced by an transponder signal from normally authorized HYUNDAI dealer. transmitting Malfunctions caused by improper alterations, adjustments or modifi- ✽ NOTICE...
  • Page 67 HYUNDAI dealer. ✽ NOTICE CAUTION • If any door remains opened, the haz- ard warning lights will not blink. Keep the transmitter away from •...
  • Page 68: Battery Replacement

    If you are unsure how to use your transmitter or replace the battery, we recommend that you contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. OHA041005 • Using the wrong battery can cause the transmitter to malfunc- OHA041004 tion.
  • Page 69: Door Locks

    Features of your vehicle DOOR LOCKS ✽ NOTICE • In cold and wet climates, door lock and door mechanisms may not work properly due to freezing conditions. • If the door is locked/unlocked multi- ple times in rapid succession with Lock Unlock either the vehicle key or door lock...
  • Page 70 Features of your vehicle • Front doors cannot be locked if the WARNING - ignition key is in the ignition switch and Doors any front door is opened. (if equipped) • The doors should always be fully closed and locked while the vehi- cle is in motion to prevent acci- WARNING - Door lock mal-...
  • Page 71 Features of your vehicle 3. Close the rear door. WARNING - Unattended To open the rear door, pull the outside children door handle (1). Even though the doors may be unlocked, An enclosed vehicle can become the rear door will not open by pulling the extremely hot, causing death or inner door handle (2) until the rear door severe injury to unattended chil-...
  • Page 72: Driving Your Vehicle

    Features of your vehicle TAILGATE • If unlocked, the tailgate can be opened Closing the tailgate by pulling up the tailgate by the handle. • To close the tailgate, lower and push down the tailgate firmly. Make sure the ✽ NOTICE tailgate is securely latched.
  • Page 73 Features of your vehicle WINDOWS Power windows (if equipped) • The ignition switch must be in the ON position for power windows to operate. • The front door has a power window switch that controls the door's window. • Additionally, the driver’s door has a master power window switch that con- trols the front windows in the vehicle.
  • Page 74 Features of your vehicle CAUTION WARNING - Windows • To prevent possible damage to • NEVER leave the ignition key in the power window system, do not the vehicle. open or close two windows or • NEVER leave any child unattend- more at the same time.
  • Page 75 Features of your vehicle OHA041015 Manual windows To raise or lower the window, turn the window regulator handle clockwise or counterclockwise. WARNING When opening or closing the win- dows, make sure passenger's arms, hands and body are safely out of the way. 6 13...
  • Page 76 Features of your vehicle HOOD OHA041016 OHA041017 OHA041018 Opening the hood 2. Go to the front of the vehicle, raise the 3. Pull out the support rod from the hood. hood slightly, push the secondary 4. Hold the hood open with the support 1.
  • Page 77 Features of your vehicle Closing the hood WARNING 1. Before closing the hood, check the fol- lowing: • Always double check to be sure that the hood is firmly latched • All filler caps in engine compartment before driving away. If it is not must be correctly installed.
  • Page 78: Fuel Filler Lid Opener

    Features of your vehicle FUEL FILLER LID Closing the fuel filler lid 1. To install the cap, turn it clockwise until it “clicks”. This indicates that the cap is securely tightened. 2. Close the fuel filler lid and push it lightly and make sure that it is securely closed.
  • Page 79 Features of your vehicle (Continued) (Continued) WARNING - Refueling dan- • Do not get back into a vehicle • When using approved gers once you have begun refueling portable fuel container, be sure Automotive fuels are flammable since you can generate static to place the container on the materials.
  • Page 80 Features of your vehicle (Continued) CAUTION • DO NOT use matches or a lighter • Make sure to refuel your vehicle and DO NOT SMOKE or leave a lit according to the “Fuel require- cigarette in your vehicle while at ments”...
  • Page 81: Steering Wheel

    The steering wheel ing checked. We recommend that you may become difficult to control or have it done by an authorized Hyundai operate abnormally. We recommend dealer. that the system be checked by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
  • Page 82: Horn

    Features of your vehicle Tilt steering (if equipped) Tilt steering allows you to adjust the steering wheel before you drive. You can also raise it to give your legs more room when you exit and enter the vehicle. The steering wheel should be positioned so that it is comfortable for you to drive, while permitting you to see the instru- ment panel warning lights and gauges.
  • Page 83: Inside Rearview Mirror

    Features of your vehicle MIRRORS Outside rearview mirror WARNING - Rear visibility Be sure to adjust mirror angles before Do not place objects in the rear driving. seat or cargo area which would Your vehicle is equipped with left-hand interfere with your vision out the and/or right-hand outside rearview mir- rear window.
  • Page 84 Features of your vehicle CAUTION Do not scrape ice off the mirror face; this may damage the surface of the glass. If ice should restrict movement of the mirror, do not force the mirror for adjustment. To remove ice, use a deicer spray, or a sponge or soft cloth with very warm water.
  • Page 85 Features of your vehicle OHA041026 Folding the outside rearview mirror To fold the outside rearview mirror, grasp the housing of the mirror and then fold it toward the rear of the vehicle. 6 23...
  • Page 86: Instrument Cluster

    Features of your vehicle INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 1. Turn signal indicators 2. Speedometer 3. Gearshift indicator 4. Warning and indicator lights 5. Odometer/Tripmeter 6. Fuel gauge 7. Engine coolant temperature gauge ✽ ✽ NOTICE The actual cluster in the vehicle may differ from the illustration.
  • Page 87: Gauges

    Features of your vehicle CAUTION If the gauge pointer moves beyond the normal range area toward the “H” position, it indicates overheat- ing that may damage the engine. WARNING Never remove the radiator cap when the engine is hot. The engine coolant is under pressure and OHA041028 OHA041029...
  • Page 88: Fuel Gauge

    Features of your vehicle WARNING - Fuel gauge Running out of fuel can expose vehicle occupants to danger. You must stop and obtain addition- al fuel as soon as possible when the gauge indicator comes close to E level. CAUTION Avoid driving with very low fuel OHA041030 OHA041031...
  • Page 89: Warnings And Indicators

    The meter’s working range is from authorized Hyundai dealer. 0.0 to 9999.9 km (0.0 to 9999.9 miles). • Tripmeter A or B will reset to 0.0 by pressing the trip mode/reset button for more than 1 second.
  • Page 90 Features of your vehicle Turn signal indicator High beam indicator Front fog light indicator (if equipped) The blinking green arrows on the instru- This indicator illuminates when the head- This indicator illuminates when the front ment panel show the direction indicated lights are on and in the high beam posi- fog lights are on.
  • Page 91 3. Do not drive the vehicle if leaks are found, the warning light remains on or when the engine is running, we rec- the brakes do not operate properly. ommend that system We recommend that you contact an checked authorized authorized HYUNDAI dealer. HYUNDAI. 6 29...
  • Page 92 We recommend that switch is in the ON position. the system be checked by an author- When the system is not working properly, ized HYUNDAI dealer.. the indicator is not displayed. WARNING Driving the vehicle with a warning light on is dangerous.
  • Page 93 Malfunction Indicator Light illumi- authorized Hyundai dealer. after the engine is started. If it illuminates nates, potential catalytic converter while driving, or does not illuminate when...
  • Page 94 If it comes on while driving, have your vehicle checked. We recommend that you have it checked by an authorized Hyundai dealer. OHA061001 The hazard warning flasher should be used whenever you find it necessary to stop the car in a hazardous location.
  • Page 95 Features of your vehicle LIGHTING ORBI041046 ORBI041047 ORBI041048 Lighting control Parking light position ( Headlight position ( The light switch has a Headlight and a When the light switch is in the parking When the light switch is in the headlight Parking light position.
  • Page 96 Features of your vehicle ORBI041049 ORBI041050 ORBI041051 High beam operation To flash the high beam headlights, pull Turn signals and lane change the lever towards you. It will return to the signals • To turn on the high beam headlights, normal (low beam) position when push the lever away from you.
  • Page 97 Features of your vehicle To signal a lane change, move the turn CAUTION signal lever slightly and hold it in position (B). The lever will return to the OFF posi- When in operation, the fog lights tion when released. consume large amount of vehicle electrical power.
  • Page 98: Head Light Leveling Device

    Features of your vehicle Listed below are the examples of proper switch settings. For loading conditions other than those listed below, adjust the switch position so that the beam level may be the nearest as the condition obtained according to the list. Loading condition Switch position Driver only...
  • Page 99: Wipers And Washers

    Features of your vehicle WIPERS AND WASHERS ✽ NOTICE If there is heavy accumulation of snow or ice on the windshield, defrost the windshield for about 10 minutes, or until the snow and/or ice is removed before using the windshield wipers to ensure proper operation.
  • Page 100 Features of your vehicle CAUTION CAUTION To prevent possible damage to the • To prevent possible damage to washer pump, do not operate the the wipers or windshield, do not washer when the fluid reservoir is operate the wipers when the windshield is dry.
  • Page 101: Interior Light

    Features of your vehicle INTERIOR LIGHT CAUTION Do not use the interior lights for extended periods when the engine is not running. It may cause battery discharge. ORB040361 Room lamp • ON (1) : In the ON position, the light stays on at all times.
  • Page 102: Climate Control System

    Features of your vehicle CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM 1. Temperature control knob 2. Mode selection knob 3. Fan speed control knob 4. A/C (Air conditioning) button 5. Air intake control button (recirculated air position or outside (fresh) air position) OHA041036...
  • Page 103 Features of your vehicle Heating and air conditioning 1. Start the engine. 2. Set the mode to the desired position. To improve the effectiveness of heat- ing and cooling: - Heating: - Cooling: 3. Set the temperature control to the desired position.
  • Page 104 Features of your vehicle Face-Level (B, D) Floor/Defrost-Level (A, C) Most of the air flow is directed to the floor Air flow is directed toward the upper body and the windshield with a small amount and face. Additionally, each outlet can be directed to the side window defrosters.
  • Page 105 Features of your vehicle Recirculated air position With the recirculated air position select- ed, air from the passenger compartment will be drawn through the heating system and heated or cooled according to the function selected. OHA041041 OHA041042 Temperature control Air intake control Outside (fresh) air position The temperature control knob allows you This is used to select the outside (fresh)
  • Page 106 Features of your vehicle ✽ NOTICE WARNING Prolonged operation of the heater in the recirculated air position (without air • The continuous use of recirculat- conditioning selected) may cause fog- ed air in the climate control sys- ging of the windshield and side windows tem may increase humidity inside and the air within the passenger com- the vehicle, causing the glass to...
  • Page 107 Features of your vehicle Operation Tips System operation • To keep dust or unpleasant fumes Ventilation from entering the car through the ven- 1. Set the mode to the position. tilation system, temporarily set the air 2. Set the air intake control to the outside intake control to the recirculated air (fresh) air position.
  • Page 108 Air conditioning (if equipped) • During air conditioning system opera- tion, you may occasionally notice a All HYUNDAI Air Conditioning Systems • When using the air conditioning sys- slight change in engine speed as the are filled with environmentally friendly tem, monitor the temperature gauge air conditioning compressor cycles.
  • Page 109: Climate Control Air Filter

    (fresh) air position is selected. If this hap- contact an authorized HYUNDAI pens, have the climate control air filter dealer. checked. We recommend that you have it checked by an authorized Hyundai dealer. 6 47...
  • Page 110: Windshield Defrosting And Defogging

    Features of your vehicle WINDSHIELD DEFROSTING AND DEFOGGING WARNING Windshield heating Do not use the position during cooling operation extremely humid weather. The dif- ference between the temperature of the outside air and that of the wind- shield could cause the outer sur- face of the windshield to fog up, causing loss of visibility.
  • Page 111: Glove Box

    Features of your vehicle STORAGE COMPARTMENT CAUTION • To avoid possible theft, do not leave valuables in the storage compartment. • Always keep the storage com- partment covers closed while driving. Do not attempt to place so many items in the storage compartment that the storage compartment cover cannot close securely.
  • Page 112: Bottle Holder

    Features of your vehicle INTERIOR FEATURES Bottle holder WARNING Hot liquids • Do not place uncovered cups of hot liquid in the bottle holder while the vehicle is in motion. If the hot liquid spills, you may burn yourself. Such a burn to the driver could lead to loss of con- trol of the vehicle.
  • Page 113: Power Outlet

    Features of your vehicle CAUTION • Use the power outlet only when the engine is running and remove the accessory plug after use. Using the accessory plug for pro- longed periods of time with the engine off could cause the bat- tery to discharge.
  • Page 114 Features of your vehicle Time display Time setting Press the [CLOCK] button for less than 1 1. Press the [CLOCK] button for approx- second. The current time will be dis- imately 1 second. You will enter the played for 5 seconds. After 5 seconds it clock setup mode.
  • Page 115 To avoid any interference with pedal operation, HYUNDAI recommends that only the HYUNDAI floor mat designed for use in your vehicle be installed. 6 53...
  • Page 116 Before driving / 7-3 Key positions / 7-4 Starting the engine / 7-5 Manual transaxle / 7-6 Brake system / 7-9 Economical operation / 7-13 Special driving conditions / 7-15 Winter driving / 7-19 Vehicle weight / 7-23 Trailer Towing / 7-24 Driving your vehicle...
  • Page 117: Driving Your Vehicle

    We recommend that you have it checked by an authorized Hyundai dealer.
  • Page 118: Before Driving

    Driving your vehicle BEFORE DRIVING Before entering vehicle Before starting WARNING - Driving under • Be sure that all windows, outside mir- • Close and lock all doors. the influence of alcohol or ror(s), and outside lights are clean. • Position the seat so that all controls drugs •...
  • Page 119: Key Positions

    Driving your vehicle KEY POSITIONS ACC (Accessory) WARNING - Ignition The steering wheel is unlocked and elec- trical accessories are operative. switch • Never turn the ignition switch to ✽ NOTICE LOCK or ACC while the vehicle is moving. This would result in loss If difficulty is experienced turning the of directional control and braking ignition switch to the ACC position, turn...
  • Page 120: Starting The Engine

    Driving your vehicle STARTING THE ENGINE 1. Make sure the parking brake is CAUTION WARNING applied. Do not engage the starter for more 2. Depress the clutch pedal fully and shift Always wear appropriate shoes than 10 seconds. If the engine stalls the transaxle into Neutral.
  • Page 121: Gearshift Lever

    Driving your vehicle MANUAL TRANSAXLE (IF EQUIPPED) • During cold weather, shifting may be CAUTION difficult until the transaxle lubricant has warmed up. This is normal and not • When downshifting from 5 (fifth) harmful to the transaxle. gear to 4 (fourth) gear, caution should be taken not to inadver- •...
  • Page 122 Driving your vehicle Using the clutch Downshifting WARNING The clutch pedal should be depressed all When you must slow down in heavy traf- the way to the floor before shifting, then fic or while driving up steep hills, down- • Before leaving the driver’s seat, released slowly.
  • Page 123 Driving your vehicle Good driving practices WARNING • Never take the car out of gear and • Always buckle-up! In a collision, coast down a hill. This is extremely an unbelted occupant is signifi- hazardous. Always leave the car in cantly more likely to be seriously gear.
  • Page 124: Brake System

    Driving your vehicle BRAKE SYSTEM Power brakes In the event of brake failure WARNING Brakes If service brakes fail to operate while the Your vehicle has power-assisted brakes vehicle is in motion, you can make an that adjust automatically through normal •...
  • Page 125 Driving your vehicle Disc brakes Rear drum brakes Your front disc brakes do not have wear Your rear drum brakes do not have wear indicators. Therefore, have the front disc indicators. Therefore, have the rear brakes inspected frequently. brake linings inspected if you hear a rear brake rubbing noise.
  • Page 126 Driving your vehicle WARNING • To prevent unintentional move- ment when you stop and leave the vehicle, do not use the shift lever in place of the parking brake. Set the parking brake AND make sure the shift lever is securely positioned in 1 (first) gear or R (Reverse).
  • Page 127 We recommend that your car is facing uphill, turn the front engage the vehicle's transaxle you contact an authorized Hyundai wheels away from the curb to help into 1 (first) gear. If the parking dealer.
  • Page 128: Economical Operation

    Driving your vehicle ECONOMICAL OPERATION Your vehicle's fuel economy depends • Do not "ride" the brake pedal. This can • Keep your car clean. For maximum mainly on your style of driving, where you increase fuel consumption and also service, your vehicle should be kept drive and when you drive.
  • Page 129 Therefore, we recommend that loss of vehicle steering which you contact an authorized HYUNDAI could cause serious injury or dealer to perform scheduled inspections death. and maintenance.
  • Page 130: Special Driving Conditions

    Driving your vehicle SPECIAL DRIVING CONDITIONS Hazardous driving conditions Rocking the vehicle WARNING - Spinning tyres When hazardous driving conditions are If it is necessary to rock the vehicle to Do not spin the wheels, especially encountered such as water, snow, ice, free it from snow, sand, or mud, first turn at speeds more than 56 km/h (35 mud, sand, or similar hazards, follow...
  • Page 131: Smooth Cornering

    Driving your vehicle • Adjust your mirrors to reduce the glare from other driver's headlights. • Keep your headlights clean and prop- erly aimed on vehicles not equipped with the automatic headlight aiming feature. Dirty or improperly aimed headlights will make it much more diffi- cult to see at night.
  • Page 132 Driving your vehicle • If your tyres are not in good condition, Driving in flooded areas making a quick stop on wet pavement Avoid driving through flooded areas can cause a skid and possibly lead to unless you are sure the water is no high- an accident.
  • Page 133 Driving your vehicle Highway driving Fuel, engine coolant and engine oil WARNING High speed travel consumes more fuel Tyres than urban motoring. Do not forget to • Underinflated overinflated Adjust the tyre inflation pressures to check both engine coolant and engine tyres can cause poor handling, specification.
  • Page 134: Winter Driving

    Driving your vehicle WINTER DRIVING Snowy or icy conditions Snow tyres If you mount snow tyres on your vehicle, To drive your vehicle in deep snow, it make sure they are radial tyres of the may be necessary to use snow tyres or same size and load range as the original to install tyre chains on your tyres.
  • Page 135 Driving your vehicle Chain installation CAUTION When installing chains, follow the manu- • Make sure the snow chains are facturer's instructions and mount them as the correct size and type for your tightly as you can. Drive slowly with tyres. Incorrect snow chains can chains installed.
  • Page 136 9. your vehicle's brake lines, sus- We recommend that the system be pension, body and wheels. checked by an authorized HYUNDAI • Stop driving and retighten the dealer. chains any time you hear them hitting the vehicle.
  • Page 137 Window washer anti-freeze is Under some conditions, snow and ice available from an authorized HYUNDAI can build up under the fenders and inter- dealer and most auto parts outlets. Do fere with the steering. When driving in...
  • Page 138: Vehicle Weight

    Driving your vehicle VEHICLE WEIGHT This section will guide you in the proper Cargo weight GVWR (Gross vehicle weight rating) loading of your vehicle and/or trailer, to This figure includes all weight added to This is the maximum allowable weight of keep your loaded vehicle weight within the Base Curb Weight, including cargo the fully loaded vehicle (including all...
  • Page 139 Driving your vehicle TRAILER TOWING We do not recommend using this vehicle for trailer towing.
  • Page 140: What To Do In An Emergency

    Road warning / 8-2 In case of an emergency while driving / 8-2 If the engine does not start / 8-3 Emergency starting / 8-4 If the engine overheats / 8-6 If you have a flat tyre (with spare tyre) / 8-7 Towing / 8-13 What to do in an emergency...
  • Page 141: In Case Of An Emergency While Driving

    What to do in an emergency IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY ROAD WARNING WHILE DRIVING Press the flasher switch with the ignition switch in any position. The flasher switch If the engine stalls at a crossroad is located in the center console switch or crossing panel.
  • Page 142: If The Engine Does Not Start

    If engine stalls while driving recommend that you call an author- 5. Do not push or pull the vehicle to start ized Hyundai dealer. 1. Reduce your speed gradually, keeping it. See instructions for "Jump starting". a straight line. Move cautiously off the road to a safe place.
  • Page 143: Emergency Starting

    What to do in an emergency EMERGENCY STARTING ■ Jump starting Engine compartment WARNING - Battery Jumper Cables Jump starting can be dangerous if done • Keep all flames or sparks away incorrectly. Therefore, to avoid harm to from the battery. The battery pro- yourself or damage to your vehicle or duces hydrogen gas which may battery, follow the jump starting proce-...
  • Page 144 Proceed to connect one end of the have the system checked by an author- other jumper cable to the negative ter- ized Hyundai dealer. minal of the booster battery (3), then the other end to a solid, stationary, metallic point (for example, the engine lifting bracket) away from the battery (4).
  • Page 145: If The Engine Overheats

    We recommend that you con- ing is on, turn it off. assistance. We recommend that you tact an authorized Hyundai dealer. 3. If engine coolant is running out under contact an authorized Hyundai dealer. the car or steam is coming out from CAUTION the hood, stop the engine.
  • Page 146 What to do in an emergency IF YOU HAVE A FLAT TYRE (1) Jack handle Jacking instructions The jack is provided for emergency tyre (2) Jack changing only. (3) Wheel lug nut wrench To prevent the jack from “rattling” while the vehicle is in motion, store it properly.
  • Page 147 What to do in an emergency (Continued) • Be sure to use the correct front and rear jacking positions on the vehicle; never use the bumpers or any other part of the vehicle for jacking support. • The vehicle can easily roll off the jack causing serious injury or death.
  • Page 148 What to do in an emergency WARNING - Changing a tyre • To prevent vehicle movement while changing a tyre, always set the parking brake fully, and always block the wheel diagonal- ly opposite the wheel being changed. • We recommend that the wheels of the vehicle be blocked, and that no person remain in a vehi- cle that is being jacked.
  • Page 149 What to do in an emergency 9. Loosen the wheel nuts and remove them with your fingers. Slide the wheel off the studs and lay it flat so it cannot roll away. To put the wheel on the hub, pick up the spare tyre, line up the holes with the studs and slide the wheel onto them.
  • Page 150 Then double-check each nut for tightness. After changing wheels, have the wheel nuts tightened to their proper torque as soon as possible. We recommend that you have it done by an authorized Hyundai dealer. 8 11...
  • Page 151 HYUNDAI dealer. spare tyre. Adjust it to the specified locations. pressure, if necessary. Refer to “Tires...
  • Page 152 Towing service If emergency towing is necessary, we OPA067017 recommend having it done by an author- ized HYUNDAI dealer or a commercial CAUTION tow-truck service. Proper lifting and tow- • Do not tow the vehicle backwards ing procedures are necessary to prevent with the front wheels on the damage to the vehicle.
  • Page 153 What to do in an emergency When towing your vehicle in an emer- 3. Install the towing hook by turning it gency without wheel dollies : clockwise into the hole until it is fully secured. 1. Set the ignition switch in the ACC position.
  • Page 154 • Avoid towing a vehicle heavier than the HYUNDAI dealer or a commercial tow • Fasten the towing cable or chain vehicle doing the towing.
  • Page 155 Attach a white or red cloth tow the vehicle. Contact an formance will be reduced. Stop often authorized HYUNDAI dealer or a (about 30 cm (12 inches) wide) in the and let the brakes cool off. commercial tow truck service for middle of the strap for easy visibility.
  • Page 156: Maintenance

    Engine compartment / 9-2 Maintenance services / 9-3 Owner maintenance / 9-4 Scheduled maintenance service / 9-6 Explanation of scheduled maintenance items / 9-13 Engine oil / 9-16 Engine coolant / 9-17 Brake/clutch fluid / 9-20 Washer fluid / 9-21 Parking brake / 9-21 Air cleaner / 9-22 Climate control air filter / 9-23...
  • Page 157: Positive Battery Terminal

    Maintenance ENGINE COMPARTMENT ■ Gasoline Engine 1. Engine oil dipstick 2. Engine oil filler cap 3. Engine coolant reservoir 4. Radiator cap 5. Brake/clutch fluid reservoir 6. Windshield washer fluid reservoir 7. Air cleaner 8. Battery 9. Positive battery terminal 10.
  • Page 158: Maintenance Services

    You need by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. this information establish your compliance with the servicing and...
  • Page 159: Owner Maintenance

    You reservoir. If you have any question, we recommend can be seriously injured while • Check the windshield washer fluid that you consult an authorized HYUNDAI performing some maintenance level. dealer. procedures. If you lack sufficient •...
  • Page 160 Maintenance While operating your vehicle: At least monthly: At least twice a year (i.e., every Spring and Fall): • Note any changes in the sound of the • Check coolant level in the engine exhaust or any smell of exhaust fumes coolant reservoir.
  • Page 161: Scheduled Maintenance Service

    Maintenance SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SERVICE At least once a year: Follow Normal Maintenance Schedule if If your vehicle is operated under the the vehicle is usually operated where above conditions, you should inspect, • Clean body and door drain holes. none of the following conditions apply. If replace or refill more frequently than the •...
  • Page 162 : Check the engine oil level and leak every 500 km or before starting a long trip. : Inspect for excessive Valve noise and/or Engine vibration and adjust if necessary. We recommend that an authorized Hyundai dealer should perform the operation.
  • Page 163 Fuel Filter immediately regardless of maintenance schedule and we recommend to consult an authorized Hyundai. : When adding Engine Coolant, use only deionized water or soft water for your vehicle and never mix hard water in the...
  • Page 164 Maintenance NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE - PETROL ENGINE (CONTD.) MAINTENANCE Number of months or driving distance, whichever comes first INTERVALS Months Years MAINTENANCE Km x 1,000 ITEM Brake Pedal & Clutch Pedal Parking Brake Brake / Clutch Fluid Under Bonnet Fluid Levels Disc Brake &...
  • Page 165 Maintenance NORMAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE - PETROL ENGINE (CONTD.) MAINTENANCE Number of months or driving distance, whichever comes first INTERVALS Months Years MAINTENANCE ITEM Km x 1,000 Tyre (Pressure & Tread Wear) Front Suspension Ball Joints Bolts & Nuts on Chassis & Body Air Conditioning System Lines, Hoses (if equipped) Air Conditioner Refrigerant (if equipped) Air Conditioner Compressor (if equipped)
  • Page 166 Maintenance MAINTENANCE UNDER SEVERE USAGE CONDITIONS - PETROL ENGINE The following items must be serviced more frequently on cars mainly used under severe driving conditions. Refer to the chart below for the appropriate maintenance intervals. I : Inspect and if necessary, Adjust, Clean or Replace C : Clean R : Replace Maintenance...
  • Page 167 Maintenance MAINTENANCE UNDER SEVERE USAGE CONDITIONS - PETROL ENGINE (CONTD.) Maintenance Maintenance Item Maintenance Intervals Driving Condition Operation Inspect more frequently Drum Brakes & Linings C, D, E, G, H depending on condition Inspect more frequently Parking Brake C, D, G, H depending on condition Inspect more frequently Driveshaft &...
  • Page 168: Explanation Of Scheduled Maintenance Items

    HYUNDAI dealer. damage or mechanical wear. Inspect all hose connections, such as clamps and couplings, to make sure they are secure, and that no leaks are present.
  • Page 169 Manual transaxle fluid specification. We recommend that an authorized Inspect the manual transaxle fluid Hyundai dealer should perform the according to the maintenance schedule. operation. Parking brake Inspect the parking brake system including the parking brake pedal and...
  • Page 170 Tighten Check the drive shafts, boots and clamps connections replace parts for cracks, deterioration, or damage. necessary. Replace any damaged parts and, if necessary, repack the specified grease. We recommend to consult an authorized Hyundai dealer for details. 9 15...
  • Page 171: Engine Oil

    Maintenance ENGINE OIL 5. Pull the dipstick out again and check the level. The level should be between F and L. CAUTION Do not overfill with engine oil. Engine damage may result. OHA071002 OHA071003 Checking the engine oil level If it is near or at L, add enough oil to bring the level to F.
  • Page 172: Engine Coolant Reservoir

    We recommend that the coolant level at least once a year, at the engine oil and filter be replaced by an beginning of the winter season, and authorized Hyundai dealer. before traveling to a colder climate. • Never attempt to remove the WARNING...
  • Page 173 Bring the level to F, but do not -25°C (-13°F) automatically shut off. This is a overfill. If frequent additions are required, -35°C (-31°F) normal condition. have the cooling system inspected. We -45°C (-49°F) recommend that you have it checked by an authorized hyundai dealer.
  • Page 174: Radiator Cap

    Have coolant changed according to the Maintenance Schedule at the beginning of this section. We recommend that you have it changed by an authorized Hyundai dealer. CAUTION Put a thick cloth around the radiator cap before refilling the coolant in...
  • Page 175: Brake/Clutch Fluid Reservoir

    We recommend that you have it exposed to open air for an extended around the reservoir cap thoroughly to checked by an authorized Hyundai time should never be used as its prevent brake/clutch fluid contamination. dealer.
  • Page 176: Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir

    Serious injury or death Hyundai dealer. could occur. Stroke : 7 “clicks’’ at a force of 20 kg (44 lbs, 196 N). 9 21...
  • Page 177: Air Cleaner

    Maintenance AIR CLEANER Replace the filter according to the Maintenance Schedule. If the vehicle is operated in extremely dusty or sandy areas, replace the element more often than the usual recommended intervals. (Refer “Maintenance under severe usage conditions” in this section.) CAUTION •...
  • Page 178 Maintenance CLIMATE CONTROL AIR FILTER (IF EQUIPPED) Filter inspection The climate control air filter should be inspected and cleaned according to the Maintenance Schedule. If the vehicle is operated in severely air-polluted cities or on dusty rough roads for a long period, it should be inspected more frequently and cleaned earlier.
  • Page 179: Wiper Blades

    Maintenance WIPER BLADES Contamination of either the windshield or Blade replacement the wiper blades with foreign matter can When the wipers no longer clean reduce effectiveness adequately, the blades may be worn or windshield wipers. Common sources of cracked, and require replacement. contamination are insects, tree sap, and hot wax treatments used by some CAUTION...
  • Page 180 Maintenance 1LDA5023 OLM079201 OLM079202 1. Raise the wiper arm and turn the wiper 2. Press the clip and slide the blade 3. Lift it off the arm. blade assembly to expose the plastic assembly downward. 4. Install the blade assembly in the locking clip.
  • Page 181 Maintenance BATTERY (Continued) WARNING - Battery dangers If electrolyte gets on your skin, thoroughly wash the Always read the following contacted area. If you feel a instructions carefully when pain or a burning sensation, handling a battery. medical attention Keep lighted cigarettes and immediately.
  • Page 182 Maintenance (Continued) (Continued) WARNING - Recharging • The electrical ignition system • Before performing maintenance battery works with high voltage. Never or recharging the battery, turn off When recharging battery, touch these components with the all accessories and stop the observe the following precautions: engine running or the ignition engine.
  • Page 183: Tyres And Wheels

    We recommend Recommended cold tyre inflation that you have it checked by an pressures authorized Hyundai dealer. All tyre pressures (including the spare) • Overinflation produces a harsh OHA071012 should be checked when the tyres are...
  • Page 184 Maintenance Checking tyre inflation pressure CAUTION CAUTION - Tyre pressure Check your tyres once a month or more. • Warm tyres normally exceed Always observe the following: Also, check the tyre pressure of the recommended cold tyre • Check tyre pressure when the spare tyre.
  • Page 185 • Remember to check the pressure Refer “Tyre wheels” of your spare tyre. HYUNDAI section 10. recommends that you check the spare every time you check the pressure of the other tyres on your vehicle.
  • Page 186 Maintenance Disc brake pads should be inspected for Wheel alignment and tyre balance With a full-size spare tyre wear whenever tyres are rotated. The wheels on your vehicle were aligned and balanced carefully at the factory to give you the longest tyre life and best ✽...
  • Page 187 • Replace tyres that • Wheels that meet HYUNDAI’s specifications may fit worn, show uneven wear, poorly and result in damage to damaged. Worn the vehicle or unusual handling tyres...
  • Page 188 Maintenance Wheel replacement Tyre traction When replacing the metal wheels for any Tyre traction can be reduced if you drive reason, make sure the new wheels are on worn tyres, tyres that are improperly equivalent to the original factory units in inflated or on slippery road surfaces.
  • Page 189 Maintenance 2. Tyre size designation Wheel size designation Tyre speed ratings Wheels are also marked with important The chart below lists many of the A tyre’s sidewall is marked with a tyre size designation. You will need this information that you need if you ever different speed ratings currently being information when selecting replacement have to replace one.
  • Page 190 Maintenance 3. Checking tyre life (TIN : Tyre 4. Tyre ply composition and material WARNING - Tyre age Identification Number) The number of layers or plies of rubber- Any tyres that are over 6 years old, Tyres degrade over time, even coated fabric tyre.
  • Page 191 Maintenance 6. Maximum load rating Tread wear Traction - AA, A, B & C The traction grades, from highest to This number indicates the maximum load The tread wear grade is a comparative in kilograms and pounds that can be rating based on the wear rate of the tyre lowest, are AA, A, B and C.
  • Page 192 Maintenance Temperature -A, B & C WARNING - Tyre The temperature grades are A (the temperature highest), B, and C, representing the tyre’s resistance to the generation of The temperature grade for this tyre is established for a tyre that is heat and its ability to dissipate heat when properly inflated...
  • Page 193 We recommend that CAUTION you have the system inspected by an Fusible link authorized Hyundai dealer. Do not use a screwdriver or any other metal object to remove fuses Three kinds of fuses are used: blade type because it may cause a short circuit for lower amperage rating, cartridge and damage the system.
  • Page 194 If it fits loosely, we recommend that you consult an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. If you do not have a spare, use a fuse of the same rating from a circuit you may not need for operating the vehicle.
  • Page 195 Maintenance ✽ NOTICE • If the memory fuse is pulled up from the fuse panel, audio, clock and interior lamps, etc., will not operate. Some items must be reset after replacement. Refer to “Battery” in this section. • Even though the memory fuse is pulled up, the battery can still be discharged by operation of the headlights or other electrical devices.
  • Page 196 4. Push in a new fuse of the same rating, and make sure it fits tightly in the clips. If it fits loosely, we recommend that you consult an authorized HYUNDAI dealer. CAUTION After checking the fuse panel in the...
  • Page 197 Maintenance OHA071018 Fuse/relay panel description Instrument panel fuse panel Inside the fuse/relay panel covers, you can find the fuse/relay label describing fuse/relay name and capacity. ✽ NOTICE Not all fuse panel descriptions in this manual may be applicable to your OHA071019 vehicle.
  • Page 198 Maintenance Instrument panel fuse panel Fuse No. Symbol Fuse rating Protected component Audio Instrument Cluster, Receiver Unit, Room Lamp, Door Warning Switch, Data Link Connector Audio Power Outlet Horn Relay Immobilizer Module Hazard Relay, Hazard Switch Multifunction Switch, Front Wiper Motor, ECM Resistor, ECM ECM, A/C Switch LPG Switch, ECM...
  • Page 199 Maintenance Fuse No. Symbol Fuse rating Protected component Hazard Switch Instrument Cluster, Vehicle Speed Sensor SRS Control Module Instrument Cluster Head Lamp High Relay, Head Lamp Low Relay License Lamp, Rear Combination Lamp RH, Head Lamp RH Rear Combination Lamp LH, Head Lamp LH, A/C Switch, Hazard Switch, Audio, Instrument Cluster, LPG Switch Rear Defogger Relay Driver Door Lock Actuator, Door Lock Relay, Door Unlock Relay...
  • Page 200 Maintenance Fuse No. Symbol Fuse rating Protected component Power Window Main Switch, Passenger Power Window Switch(LHD) Power Window Main Switch, Passenger Power Window Switch(RHD) Multifunction Switch, Head Lamp RH Head Lamp Leveling Device Actuator LH/RH, Head Lamp Leveling Device Switch, A/C Switch, Rear Defogger Timer, E/R Fuse &...
  • Page 201 Maintenance OHA071020 Engine compartment fuse panel Inside the fuse/relay panel covers, you can find the fuse/relay label describing fuse/relay name and capacity. ✽ NOTICE Not all fuse panel descriptions in this manual may be applicable to your vehicle. It is accurate at the time of OHA071021 printing.
  • Page 202 Maintenance Engine compartment main fuse panel Fuse No. Symbol Fuse rating Protected component 100A E/R Fuse & Relay Box (FUSE : F3, F4, F5) I/P Fuse & Relay Box (Tail Lamp Relay, FUSE : F26, F24, F25, F27) E/R Fuse & Relay Box (RLY. 2) EPS Control Module E/R Fuse &...
  • Page 203 Maintenance Fuse No. Symbol Fuse rating Protected component ECM, Idle Speed Actuator, Injector #1~#3, E/R Fuse & Relay Box (RLY. 3) Head Lamp LH E/R Fuse & Relay Box (RLY. 3) E/R Fuse & Relay Box (RLY. 4)
  • Page 204: Light Bulbs

    If the water leaks into the lamp bulb circuitry, have the vehicle checked. We recommend that you have it checked by an authorized Hyundai dealer. 9 49...
  • Page 205 Maintenance Headlight bulb (Continued) • If a bulb becomes damaged or cracks, replace it immediately and carefully dispose of it. • Wear protection when changing a bulb. Allow the bulb to cool down before handling it. G270A03O OHA071023 Headlight, turn signal light and position light 1.
  • Page 206 Maintenance ✽ NOTICE If the headlight aiming adjustment is necessary after the headlight assembly is reinstalled, we recommend that you consult authorized HYUNDAI dealer. OHA071024 OHA071025 3. Disconnect the power connector from Headlight bulb the back of the headlight assembly.
  • Page 207 Maintenance 8. Install the socket into the assembly by aligning the tabs on the socket with the slots in the assembly. Push the socket into the assembly and turn the socket clockwise. OHA071026 OHA071027 Turn signal light bulb Position light bulb Follow the steps 1 to 4 from the previous Follow the steps 1 to 4 from the previous page.
  • Page 208 Maintenance OHA071028 OHA071029 OHA071030 Front fog light Side repeater light bulb Rear combination light bulb replacement (if equipped) replacement 1. Turn off the engine. 2. Remove wheel housing 1. Remove the light assembly from the (1) Tail light removing the screws. body of the vehicle by prying the lens (2) Rear turn signal light 3.
  • Page 209 Maintenance 8. Install the socket in the assembly by aligning the tabs on the socket with the slots in the assembly. Push the socket into the assembly and turn the Tail light socket clockwise. 9. Reinstall the light assembly to the Turn signal light body of the vehicle.
  • Page 210 Maintenance Back-up light OHA071033 OHA071034 OHA071035 Back-up light bulb High mounted stop light 4. Disconnect bulb electrical connector (1) by pressing the clip. 5. Remove the socket from the assembly replacement (if equipped) turning socket 1. Open the tailgate. counterclockwise until the tabs on the 2.
  • Page 211 Maintenance OHA071036 OHA071037 OHA071038 5. Pull out the bulb module from the high 6. Replace the bulbs by pulling it out. License plate light bulb mounted stop light assembly by replacement 7. Reinstall in the reverse order. pressing in the clips (2). 1.
  • Page 212 Maintenance ■ Room lamp 3. Install a new bulb in the socket. 4. Align the lens tabs with the interior light housing notches and snap the lens into place. CAUTION Be careful not to dirty or damage the lens, lens tab, and plastic housings.
  • Page 213: Appearance Care

    Maintenance APPEARANCE CARE Exterior care Finish maintenance CAUTION Washing Exterior general caution • Do not use strong soap, chemical To help protect your vehicle’s finish from It is very important to follow the label detergents or hot water, and do rust and deterioration, wash it thoroughly directions when using any chemical not wash the vehicle in direct...
  • Page 214 Maintenance Waxing Finish damage repair Wax the vehicle when water will no Deep scratches or stone chips in the longer bead on the paint. painted surface must be repaired promptly. Exposed metal will quickly rust Always wash and dry the vehicle before and may develop into a major repair waxing.
  • Page 215 Maintenance Bright-metal maintenance Underbody maintenance WARNING • To remove road tar and insects, use a Corrosive materials used for ice and tar remover, not a scraper or other snow removal and dust control may After washing the vehicle, test the sharp object.
  • Page 216 Maintenance Aluminum wheel maintenance Corrosion protection The aluminum wheels are coated with a Protecting your vehicle from corrosion Moisture breeds corrosion clear protective finish. By using the most advanced design and Moisture creates the conditions in which • Do not use any abrasive cleaner, construction practices combat...
  • Page 217 Maintenance Keep your car clean Keep your garage dry Do not neglect the interior The best way to prevent corrosion is to Do not park your car in a damp, poorly Moisture can collect under the floor mats keep your car clean and free of corrosive ventilated garage.
  • Page 218 Maintenance Interior care Cleaning the upholstery and interior Cleaning the lap/shoulder belt trim webbing Interior general precautions Vinyl Clean the belt webbing with mild soap Prevent caustic solutions such as solution recommended for cleaning Remove dust and loose dirt from vinyl perfume and cosmetic oil from contacting upholstery carpet.
  • Page 219 PCSV opens to introduce evaporated System is designed to prevent fuel the emission control systems, it is fuel to the engine. vapors from escaping into recommended that you have your car atmosphere. inspected maintained authorized HYUNDAI dealer accordance with maintenance schedule in this manual.
  • Page 220 Maintenance 3. Exhaust emission control Engine exhaust gas precautions • Do not operate the engine in confined (carbon monoxide) or closed areas (such as garages) any system more than what is necessary to move • Carbon monoxide can be present with The Exhaust Emission Control System is the vehicle in or out of the area.
  • Page 221 We recommend that the WARNING - Fire system be inspected by an authorized A hot exhaust system can ignite HYUNDAI dealer. flammable items under your • Avoid driving with very low fuel level. If vehicle.
  • Page 222: Specifications & Consumer Information

    Dimensions / 10-2 Engine / 10-2 Bulb wattage / 10-2 Tyres and wheels / 10-3 Recommended lubricants and capacities / 10-4 Vehicle identification number (VIN) / 10-6 Vehicle certification label / 10-6 Tyre specification and pressure label / 10-7 Engine number / 10-7 Specifications &...
  • Page 223: Specification

    Specification & Consumer information DIMENSIONS BULB WATTAGE Item mm (in) Light Bulb Wattage Bulb type Overall length 3495 (137.5) Headlights (High/Low) Overall width 1550 (61.0) Position light Overall height 1500 (59.0) Front Turn signal light PY21W 145/80R12 1386 (54.6) Side repeater light Front tread 155/70R13 1376 (54.2)
  • Page 224 Specification & Consumer information TYRES AND WHEELS Inflation pressure bar (psi, kPa) Wheel lug nut torque Item Tyre size Wheel size Normal load * Maximum load kg•m (lb•ft, N•m) Front Rear Front Rear 145/80R12 4.0BJx12 9~11 Full size tyre (33, 230) (33, 230) (36, 250) (36, 250)
  • Page 225: Recommended Lubricants And Capacities

    Often, these improvements are difficult to measure in everyday driving, but in a year’s time, they can offer significant cost and energy savings. Use the engine oils approved by Hyundai Motor India. Consult an authorized Hyundai dealer for details.
  • Page 226: Recommended Sae Viscosity Number

    Note : *1. For better fuel economy, it is recommended to use the engine oil of a viscosity grade SAE 0W-40, 5W-30, 5W-40 (API Service SL or above, ACEA A3 or above).Consult an Hyundai Authorized Dealer for the engine oil suitable for Indian conditions. 10 5...
  • Page 227: Seats

    Specification & Consumer information VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION VEHICLE CERTIFICATION NUMBER (VIN) LABEL ■ Frame number OHA081001 OHA081003 The vehicle identification number (VIN) is The vehicle certification label attached the number used in registering your car on the driver’s (or front passenger’s) side and in all legal matters pertaining to its center pillar gives the vehicle identifica- ownership, etc.
  • Page 228: Tyre Specification And Pressure Label

    Specification & Consumer information TYRE SPECIFICATION AND ENGINE NUMBER PRESSURE LABEL OHA081004 OHA071012 The engine number is stamped on the The tyres supplied on your new vehicle engine block as shown in the drawing. are chosen to provide the best perform- ance for normal driving.
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  • Page 231 Index Capacities (Lubricants) ··················································10-4 Air bags···········································································5-23 Care Air bag warning light·······································5-25, 6-27 Exterior care ·····························································9-58 Driver’s front air bag ················································5-27 Air cleaner ·····································································9-22 Interior care ······························································9-63 Tire care ···································································9-28 Air conditioning ·····························································6-45 Cargo area cover ·····························································6-53 Appearance care······························································9-58 Cargo weight ··································································7-23 Exterior care ······························································9-58 Center console storage ····················································6-49 Interior care ·······························································9-63...
  • Page 232 Index Cooling fluid, see engine coolant ··································9-17 Crankcase emission control system ·······························9-64 Economical operation ····················································7-13 Emergency starting ··························································8-4 Jump starting ······························································8-4 Dashboard, see instrument cluster ·································6-24 Push starting ·······························································8-5 Defogging (Windshield) ·················································6-48 Emergency towing ·························································8-15 Digital clock····································································6-51 Emergency while driving ·················································8-2 Dimensions ····································································10-2 Emission control system ·················································9-64 Displays, see instrument cluster ····································6-24...
  • Page 233 Index Flat tire ·············································································8-7 Gauge ··············································································6-25 Changing tires ····························································8-8 Engine coolant temperature gauge····························6-25 Jack and tools ·····························································8-7 Fuel gauge ································································6-26 Removing and storing the spare tire ··························8-8 Speedometer ······························································6-25 Floor mat anchor(s) ·······················································6-52 Glove box ·······································································6-49 Fluid Washer fluid ·····························································9-21 Brake/clutch fluid ·····················································9-20 Front fog light ·································································6-35 Hazard warning flasher ··········································6-32, 8-2...
  • Page 234 Index Cargo area cover ·······················································6-53 Digital clock ·····························································6-51 Floor mat anchor(s) ··················································6-52 Immobilizer system·························································6-31 Power outlet ·····························································6-51 Indicator symbols on the instrument cluster ····················3-6 Sunvisor ····································································6-50 Indicators and warnings ·················································6-27 Interior light ···································································6-39 Charging system warning light ·································6-30 Room lamp ································································6-39 Electronic power steering (EPS) system Interior overview ·····························································4-2 warning light ··························································6-32...
  • Page 235: Maintenance Schedule

    Index Maintenance under severe usage conditions ············9-11 Maintenance services ·······················································9-3 Malfunction indicator (MIL) - check engine light ·········6-31 Label Manual climate control system ······································6-40 Tire specification and pressure label ·······················10-7 Air conditioning ························································6-45 Vehicle certification label ········································10-6 Climate control air filter············································6-47 Lap/shoulder belt ···························································5-11 Heating and air conditioning ····································6-41 Light bulbs ·····································································9-49...
  • Page 236: Seat Belts

    Index Parking brake ·································································7-10 Scheduled maintenance service ·······································9-6 Parking brake and brake fluid warning light ·················6-29 Normal maintenance schedule ···································9-7 Power brakes ····································································7-6 Maintenance under severe usage conditions·············9-11 Power outlet ···································································6-51 Seat belts ········································································5-10 Push starting ·····································································8-5 Lap/shoulder belt ······················································5-11 Seatback pocket ································································5-6 Seats ·················································································5-2 Front seat adjustment ·················································5-4...
  • Page 237 Index Horn ··········································································6-20 Removable towing hook ···········································8-14 Tilt steering ······························································6-20 Trailer towing ································································7-24 Storage compartment ······················································6-49 Transaxle Center console storage ··············································6-49 Manual transaxle ························································7-6 Glove box ·································································6-49 Transmitter, see remote keyless entry ······························6-5 Sunvisor ·········································································6-50 Tripmeter·········································································6-26 Turn signals and lane change signals ·····························6-34 Turn signal indicator·······················································6-28 Tailgate ···········································································6-10 Tilt steering ·····································································6-20...
  • Page 238 Index Warnings and indicators ················································6-27 Washer fluid ···································································9-21 Weight ············································································7-23 Base curb weight ·······················································7-23 Cargo weight ····························································7-23 GAW (Gross axle weight) ·······································7-23 GAWR (Gross axle weight rating) ··························7-23 GVW (Gross vehicle weight) ··································7-23 GVWR (Gross vehicle weight rating) ·····················7-23 Wheel alignment and tire balance ··································9-31 Wheel replacement ························································9-33 Windows ········································································6-11 Windshield defrosting and defogging ···························6-48...

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