Hyundai Santa Fe Owners Manual

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  1. Introduction
  2. How to use this manual
  3. Symbols used in this manual
  4. Fuel requirements
  5. Gasoline containing alcohol and methanol
  6. Do not use methanol
  7. Fuel Additives
  8. Vehicle break-in process
  9. Vehicle handling instructions
  10. Vehicle data collection and event data recorders
  11. Your vehicle at a glance
  12. Exterior overview
  13. Interior overview
  14. Instrument panel overview
  15. Engine compartment
  16. Safety features of your vehicle
  17. Seats
  18. Front seat adjustment - Manual
  19. Front seat adjustment - Power
  20. Rear seat adjustment
  21. Seat belts
  22. Seat belt restraint system
  23. Pre-tensioner seat belt
  24. Seat belt precautions
  25. Care of seat belts
  26. Child restraint system
  27. Using a child restraint system
  28. Air bag - supplemental restraint system
  29. How does the air bag system operate
  30. Air bag warning light
  31. SRS components and functions
  32. Occupant classification system
  33. Main components of occupant classification system
  34. Driver's and passenger's front air bag
  35. Side impact air bag
  36. Curtain air bag
  37. SRS Care
  38. Additional safety precautions
  39. Air bag warning label
  40. Features of your vehicle
  41. Folding key
  42. Record your key number
  43. Key operations
  44. Transmitter precautions
  45. Battery replacement
  46. Immobilizer system
  47. Smart key
  48. Record your key number
  49. Smart key function
  50. Loss of the smart key
  51. Smart key precautions
  52. Smart key immobilizer system
  53. Battery replacement
  54. Theft-alarm system
  55. Armed stage
  56. Theft-alarm stage
  57. Disarmed stage
  58. Door locks
  59. Operating door locks from outside the vehicle
  60. Operating door locks from inside the vehicle
  61. Impact sensing door unlock system
  62. Child-protector rear door lock
  63. Tailgate
  64. Opening the tailgate
  65. Closing the tailgate
  66. Emergency tailgate safety release
  67. Windows
  68. Power windows
  69. Hood
  70. Opening the hood
  71. Closing the hood
  72. Fuel filler lid
  73. Opening the fuel filler lid
  74. Closing the fuel filler lid
  75. Emergency fuel filer door release
  76. Panoramic sunroof
  77. Sunroof open warning
  78. Sunshade
  79. Sliding the sunroof
  80. Tilting the sunroof
  81. Closing the sunroof
  82. Resetting the sunroof
  83. Steering wheel
  84. Electric power steering (EPS)
  85. Tilt steering
  86. Heated steering wheel
  87. Horn
  88. Flex steer
  89. Mirrors
  90. Automatic-dimming function
  91. Compass function
  92. Programming HomeLink
  93. Rolling code programming
  94. Compass function
  95. Programming
  96. Outside rearview mirror
  97. Instrument cluster
  98. Instrument Cluster Control
  99. LCD Display Control
  100. Gauges
  101. Transaxle Shift Indicator
  102. LCD display
  103. LCD Modes
  104. Service Mode
  105. User Settings Mode
  106. A/V Mode
  107. Turn By Turn Mode
  108. Warning Messages
  109. Trip computer
  110. Overview
  111. Trip A/B
  112. Fuel Economy
  113. Warning and indicator sights
  114. Warning lights
  115. Indicator Lights
  116. Rear parking assist system
  117. Operation of the rear parking assist system
  118. Non-operational conditions of rear parking assist system
  119. Rear parking assist system precautions
  120. Rearview camera
  121. Hazard warning flasher
  122. Lighting
  123. Battery saver function
  124. Headlamp delay
  125. Daytime running light
  126. Lighting control
  127. High beam operation
  128. Turn signals and lane change signals
  129. Front fog light
  130. Wipers and washers
  131. Windshield wipers
  132. Windshield washers
  133. Rear window wiper and washer switch
  134. Interior light
  135. Automatic turn off function
  136. Map lamp
  137. Room lamp
  138. Luggage room lamp
  139. Vanity mirror lamp
  140. Welcome system
  141. Defroster
  142. Rear window defroster
  143. Manual climate control system
  144. Heating and air conditioning
  145. System operation
  146. Climate control air filter
  147. Checking the amount of air conditioner refrigerant and compressor lubricant
  148. Automatic climate control system
  149. Automatic heating and air conditioning
  150. Manual heating and air conditioning
  151. Windshield defrosting and defogging
  152. Manual climate control system
  153. Automatic climate control system
  154. Storage compartment
  155. Center console storage
  156. Glove box
  157. Multi box
  158. Sunglass holder
  159. Luggage tray
  160. Interior features
  161. Cup holder
  162. Sunvisor
  163. Power outlet
  164. Clothes hanger
  165. Floor mat anchor(s)
  166. Aux, USB and iPod port
  167. Luggage net (holder)
  168. Cargo security screen
  169. Exterior features
  170. Roof rack
  171. Audio system
  172. Antenna
  173. Steering wheel audio control
  174. How vehicle audio works
  175. Caring for disc
  176. Driving your vehicle
  177. Before driving
  178. Before entering vehicle
  179. Necessary inspections
  180. Before starting
  181. Key
  182. Illuminated ignition switch
  183. Ignition switch position
  184. Starting the engine
  185. Engine start/stop button
  186. Illuminated engine start/stop button
  187. Engine start/stop button position
  188. Starting the engine
  189. Automatic transaxle
  190. Automatic transaxle operation
  191. Good driving practices
  192. All wheel drive (AWD)
  193. Tight corner brake effect
  194. ALL Wheel Drive (AWD) transfer mode selection
  195. For safe all wheel drive operation
  196. Reducing the risk of a rollover
  197. Brake system
  198. Power brakes
  199. In the event of brake failure
  200. Parking brake
  201. Anti-lock brake system (ABS)
  202. Electronic stability control (ESC)
  203. Vehicle stability management (VSM)
  204. Downhill brake control (DBC)
  205. Hill-start assist control (HAC)
  206. Good braking practices
  207. Cruise control system
  208. Cruise control switch
  209. To set cruise control speed
  210. To increase cruise control set speed
  211. To decrease the cruising speed
  212. To temporarily accelerate with the cruise control on
  213. To cancel cruise control, do one of the following
  214. To resume cruising speed at more than approximately 25 mph (40 km/h)
  215. To turn cruise control off, do one of the following
  216. Active ECO system
  217. Active ECO operation
  218. When Active ECO is activated
  219. Limitation of Active ECO operation
  220. Economical operation
  221. Special driving conditions
  222. Hazardous driving conditions
  223. Reducing the risk of a rollover
  224. Rocking the vehicle
  225. Smooth cornering
  226. Driving at night
  227. Driving in the rain
  228. Driving in flooded areas
  229. Driving off-road
  230. Highway driving
  231. Winter driving
  232. Snowy or Icy conditions
  233. Use high quality ethylene glycol coolant
  234. Trailer towing
  235. Hitches
  236. Safety chains
  237. Trailer brakes
  238. Driving with a trailer
  239. Maintenance when trailer towing
  240. If you do decide to pull a trailer
  241. Vehicle load limit
  242. Tire and loading information label
  243. Certification label
  244. Vehicle weight
  245. What to do in an emergency
  246. Road warning
  247. Hazard warning flasher
  248. In case of an emergency while driving
  249. If the engine stalls at a crossroad or crossing
  250. If you have a flat tire while driving
  251. If engine stalls while driving
  252. If the engine does not start
  253. If engine doesn't turn over or turns over slowly
  254. If engine turns over normally but does not start
  255. Emergency starting
  256. Jump starting
  257. Jump starting procedure
  258. Push-starting
  259. If the engine overheats
  260. Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  261. Low tire pressure indicator
  262. TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) malfunction indicator
  263. Changing a tire with TPMS
  264. If you have a flat tire
  265. Jack and tools
  266. Removing and storing the spare tire
  267. Changing tires
  268. Important - use of temporary compact spare tire
  269. Towing
  270. Towing service
  271. Removable towing hook
  272. Emergency towing
  273. Emergency towing precautions
  274. Maintenance
  275. Engine compartment
  276. Maintenance services
  277. Owners responsibility
  278. Owner maintenance precautions
  279. Owner maintenance
  280. Owner maintenance schedule
  281. Scheduled maintenance service
  282. Normal maintenance schedule
  283. Maintenance under severe usage conditions
  284. Explanation of scheduled maintenance items
  285. Engine oil
  286. Checking the engine oil level
  287. Changing the engine oil and filter
  288. Engine coolant
  289. Checking the coolant level
  290. Changing the coolant
  291. Brake fluid
  292. Checking the brake fluid level
  293. Washer fluid
  294. Parking brake
  295. Air cleaner
  296. Climate control air filter
  297. Filter inspection
  298. Filter replacement
  299. Wiper blades
  300. Blade inspection
  301. Blade replacement
  302. Battery
  303. For best battery service
  304. Battery recharging
  305. Reset items
  306. Tires and wheels
  307. Recommended cold tire inflation pressures
  308. Checking tire inflation pressure
  309. Tire rotation
  310. Wheel alignment and tire balance
  311. Tire replacement
  312. Wheel replacement
  313. Tire traction
  314. Tire maintenance
  315. Tire sidewall labeling
  316. Radial-ply tires
  317. Fuses
  318. Inner panel fuse replacement
  319. Fuse switch
  320. Engine compartment panel fuse replacement
  321. Multi fuse
  322. Fuse/Relay panel description
  323. Engine compartment fuse panel
  324. Light bulbs
  325. Headlamp, Front position lamp, Front turn signal lamp, Front fog lamp bulb replacement
  326. Side repeater lamp replacement
  327. Rear combination lamp bulb replacement
  328. High mounted stop lamp replacement
  329. Interior lamp bulb replacement
  330. Appearance care
  331. Exterior care
  332. Interior care
  333. Emission control system
  334. 1. Crankcase emission control system
  335. 2. Evaporative emission control (including ORVR: Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery) system
  336. 3. Exhaust emission control system
  337. California perchlorate notice
  338. Specifications, Consumer information and Reporting safety defects
  339. Dimensions
  340. Engine
  341. Bulb wattage
  342. Tires and wheels
  343. Gross vehicle weight
  344. Luggage volume
  345. Recommended lubricants and capacities
  346. Recommended SAE viscosity number
  347. Vehicle identification number (VIN)
  348. Vehicle certification label
  349. Tire specification and pressure label
  350. Engine number
  351. Refrigerant label


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