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Hyundai Tucson: Instrument Cluster / Cluster Display Messages

Shift to P (if equipped with smart key)

This message appears if the Push Button Start ignition switch is pressed to the OFF position without the gear in the P (Park) position.

If this occurs, the Push Button Start ignition switch goes to the ACC position.

Low key battery (if equipped with smart key)

When the Push Button Start ignition switch is pressed to the OFF position, a message may appear, indicating the internal battery of the Smart Key is low. Replace the Smart Key battery.

Press brake pedal to start engine (if equipped with smart key)

This message appears if the Push Button Start ignition switch is pressed repeatedly without depressing the brake pedal.

Start the vehicle by depressing the brake pedal and then pressing the Push Button Start ignition switch.

Key not in vehicle (if equipped with smart key)

This message appears if the smart key is not in the vehicle when you have left the vehicle with the Push Button Start ignition switch in the ON or Start position.

Always turn OFF the engine before leaving your vehicle.

Key not detected (if equipped with smart key)

This message appears if the smart key is not detected when you press the Push Button Start ignition switch.

Press START button again (if equipped with smart key)

If you cannot start the vehicle after the Push Button Start ignition switch is pressed, attempt to start the engine by pressing the Push Button Start ignition switch again.

If the warning message appears each time you press the Push Button Start ignition switch, have the vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

Press START button with key (if equipped with smart key)

This message appears and the immobilizer indicator blinks if you press the Push Button Start ignition switch while the warning message, “Key not detected” appears.

Check BRAKE SWITCH fuse (if equipped with smart key)

This message appears if the brake switch fuse is disconnected.

Replace the fuse before starting the engine.

If that is not possible, start the engine by pressing the Engine Start/ Stop button for 10 seconds in the ACC position.

Shift to P or N to start engine (if equipped with smart key)

This message appears if you try to start the engine in any other position except P (Park) or N (Neutral).

Information

You can start the engine with the gear in N (Neutral). But, for your safety, always start the engine with the vehicle in P (Park) with your foot depressing the brake pedal.

Battery discharging due to external electrical devices (if equipped)

This message appears if the vehicle battery voltage is low or if a current draw is detected that could drain the vehicle battery.

Do not connect any external electronic devices to the battery system or battery discharge may occur.

If this message appears on the cluster and there are no other external electronic devices connected to the vehicle, have the vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

Door, Hood, Liftgate open indicator

This warning appears if any door or hood or liftgate is left open. The warning indicates which door is open on the cluster display.

WARNING

Before driving the vehicle, confirm the door, hood, and liftgate are fully closed.

Also, check there are no door, hood, and liftgate open warning lights or messages displayed on the instrument cluster.

Sunroof open indicator (if equipped)

This warning appears if you turn off the engine when the sunroof is open.

Close the sunroof securely before leaving your vehicle.

Low tire pressure

This warning message appears if the tire pressure is low. The corresponding tire on the vehicle illuminates.

For more information, refer to the “Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)” section in Chapter 8.

Lights

This indicator displays which exterior light is selected using the lighting control.

You can activate or deactivate Wiper/ Lights display function from the Settings menu in the instrument cluster or infotainment system.

Select:

  • User settings > Cluster > Wiper/ Lights Display (for cluster type)
  • Setup > Vehicle > Cluster > Content Selection > Wiper/Lights Display (for infotainment system type)

Wiper

This indicator displays which wiper speed is selected using the wiper control.

You can activate or deactivate Wiper/ Lights display function from the Settings menu in the instrument cluster or infotainment system.

Select:

  • User settings > Cluster > Wiper/ Lights Display (for cluster type)
  • Setup > Vehicle > Cluster > Content Selection > Wiper/Lights Display (for infotainment system type)

Information

The infotainment system may change after software updates. For more information, refer to the user's manual provided in the infotainment system and the quick reference guide.

Low washer fluid (if equipped)

This message appears if the washer fluid level in the reservoir is nearly empty. Have the washer fluid reservoir refilled.

Low fuel

This message appears if the fuel tank is almost out of fuel.

When this message appears, the low fuel level warning light on the cluster comes on.

Refuel as soon as possible.

Low engine oil

This warning message appears when the engine oil level should be checked.

Slowly pour the recommended oil into a funnel.

Refer to the "Recommended Lubricants and Capacities“ section in Chapter 10.

Do not overfill the engine oil. Make sure the oil level is not above F (Full) on the dipstick.

WARNING

When the engine oil level warning message appears, it is necessary to check if you have replaced the Engine oil according to the maintenance schedule in chapter 9. If it has not been checked and followed, the engine oil must be replaced first.

Information

After a refill, if you travel about 18-37 miles (30-60 km) after an engine warmup is finished, the warning message should disappear. If the warning message remains displayed, have the vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUDNAI dealer as soon as possible.

Engine overheated

This message appears when the engine coolant temperature is above 248 °F (120 °C). The engine is overheated and may be damaged.

If your vehicle is overheated, refer to the “Overheating” section in Chapter 8.

Check headlight

This message appears if the headlights are not operating properly. Replace the burned out bulb with a new one with the same wattage rating.

Check turn signal

This message appears if the turn signal light is not operating properly.

Replace the burned out bulb with a new one with the same wattage rating.

Check headlight LED (if equipped)

This message appears if there is a problem with the LED headlight. Have the vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

    Master warning light
    This warning light illuminates: If a malfunction is detected in any of the following: Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist malfunction (if equipped) Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist r ...

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