Hyundai Tucson Owners & Service Manuals

Hyundai Tucson: Driver Assistance System / Blind-Spot View Monitor (BVM)

Blind-Spot View Monitor uses the wideside view cameras to display the rear blind spot area of your vehicle on the instrument cluster when the turn signal is turned on.

Information

Refer to the "Driver Assistance Sensors" section in this chapter for the location and the general precautions of wide-side view cameras.

Blind-Spot View Monitor Settings

Blind-Spot View

With the ignition switch ON, go to Setup > Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Blind-Spot Safety > Blind-Spot View (for infotainment system type) from the Settings menu to turn on and off Blind- Spot View Monitor.

Blind-Spot View Monitor Operation

Turns on if:

The left or right side turn signal turns on, the corresponding side view camera image appears on the instrument cluster.

Turns off if:

  • The turn signal turns off, the image on the instrument cluster turns off.
  • The hazard warning flasher is on. Blind-Spot View Monitor turns off, independent of the turn signal status.
  • Other warnings on the instrument cluster may replace the side view camera image when changing lanes.

Blind-Spot View Monitor Malfunction

When Blind-Spot View Monitor is not working properly, have the vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

WARNING

  • Always turn your head and look to determine if there is enough distance to change lanes. The perceived distance from another vehicle shown on the instrument cluster may differ from the actual distance.
  • Always keep the side view camera lenses clean. If the lens is blocked or covered, Blind-Spot View Monitor may not operate normally. Do not clean with strong chemicals containing high alkaline or volatile organic solvents (e.g. gasoline, acetone).
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