Scheduled Maintenance Normal Usage Severe Usage*Engine Oil and Filter* Replace 7,500 or 12 mos. Replace 3,750 or 6 mos.
Fuel Additives AddAt every Oil and
Filter ServiceAdd Same As Normal
Tire Rotation Perform 7,500 Perform 7,500
Fuel System Cleaner AdditiveInspect
ReplaceSame As Normal
Battery Condition Inspect 7,500 Inspect Same As Normal
Vacuum Hose Inspect 7,500 Inspect Same As Normal
Climate Control Air Filter Replace 15,000 Replace More Frequently
Brake Hoses and Lines Inspect 15,000 Inspect Same As Normal
Drive Shafts and Boots Inspect 15,000 Inspect 7,500 or 6 mos.
Exhaust Pipe and Muffler Inspect 15,000 Inspect Same As Normal
Front Brake Disc/Pads, Calipers Inspect 15,000 Inspect More Frequently
Rear Brake Disc/Pads Inspect 15,000 Inspect More Frequently
Steering Gear Box, Linkage & Boots,
Lower/Upper Arm Ball JointInspect 15,000 Inspect More Frequently
Suspension Mounting Bolts Inspect 15,000 Inspect Same As Normal
Propeller Shaft (AWD) Inspect 15,000 Inspect 7,500 or 6 mos.
Brake Fluid Inspect 30,000 Inspect Same As Normal
Fuel Filter Inspect 30,000 Inspect Same As Normal
Fuel Lines, Fuel Hoses, and Connections Inspect 30,000 Inspect Same As Normal
Fuel Tank Air Filter Inspect 30,000 Inspect Same As Normal
Parking Brake Inspect 30,000 Inspect More Frequently
Vapor Hose and Fuel Filler Cap, Fuel Tank Inspect 30,000 Inspect Same As Normal
Transfer Case Oil (AWD) Inspect 37,500 Replace 75,000
Rear Axle Oil (AWD) Inspect 37,500 Replace 75,000
Valve Clearance Inspect 60,000 Inspect Same As Normal
Drive Belts Inspect1st: 60,000 or 72 mos.
Add'l.: 15,000 or 24 mos.Inspect Same As Normal
Coolant Replace1st: 120,000 or 60 mos.
Add'l.: 30,000 or 24 mos.Replace Same As Normal
Spark Plugs Replace 105,000 or 120 mos. Replace More Frequently
Automatic Transaxle Fluid No Check, No Service required Replace 60,000
*Check the engine oil regularly between recommended oil change. Hyundai recommends Quaker State oil.
*See Owner’s Manual for details.MAINTENANCELooking for more detailed information? This Quick Reference Guide does not replace your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual.
If you require additional information or are unsure of a specific issue, you should always refer to the vehicle’s Owner’s
Manual or contact your authorized Hyundai dealer.
The information contained in this Quick Reference Guide was correct at the time of printing; however, specifications
and equipment can change without notice. No warranty or guarantee is being extended in this Quick Reference Guide,
and Hyundai reserves the right to change product specifications and equipment at any time without incurring
obligations. Some vehicles are shown with optional equipment. Specifications apply to U.S. vehicles only. Please
contact your Hyundai dealer for current vehicle specifications.
SANTA FEQuick Reference Guide
WALK THE CUSTOMER THROUGH EACH OF
THE FOLLOWING KEY DELIVERY FEATURES☐
DRIVER SELECTABLE STEERING MODE– pages 35
- Demonstrate and explain the different
☐ BLUETOOTH – pages 22 – 25
- Show phone compatibility website:
- Make a test call using Bluetooth with the customer’s phone
- Demonstrate Voice Recognition (VR)
BLUE LINK – page 26 – 27
- Assist with creating MyHyundai.com account
- Assist with Blue Link enrollment
Show Blue Link Users Manual & tear out Voice
Commands/Quick Tip Card
- Encourage customers to press the Blue link button
after enrollment to initiate Welcome Call
TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM
(TPMS) – page 34
Explain TPMS function to customer
- When illuminated, one or more tires are
- Blinks for approximately one minute
then remains illuminated when there
is a malfunction with the TPMS
VEHICLE SETTINGS – pages 12 – 15 and 29 – 30
- Demonstrate vehicle settings in instrument cluster
- Demonstrate navigation use, enter dealer address
- Show radio presets
☐ CLOCK – pages 31
- Demonstrate how to set clock (including daylight savings
setting for Navigation equipped vehicles)
Table of contentsGETTING STARTED
Folding key 02
Front seat adjustment 03
Headrest adjustment 04
Rear seat folding 04
Remote keyless entry 02
Seat belt adjustment 04
FEATURES AND CONTROLS
AC 115V plug 36
Active ECO System 36
Blind spot detection system (BSD) 37
Central door lock switch 06
Child-protector rear door lock 32
Climate control – Manual 16 -17
Climate control – Automatic 18 -19
Clock adjustments 31
Cruise control system 20
Driver’s main controls 06
Driver selectable steering mode 35
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) 35
Fuel filler lid 05
Headlights and fog lights 07
Homelink wireless control system 11
Instrument cluster 12-15
Instrument panel illumination 13
Interior lights 10
Power tailgate 09
Rearview camera 37
Seat warmer and cooler 32
Steering wheel adjustments 05
Steering wheel functions 20 - 21
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) 34
Trip computer 13 & 15
Wiper and washer 08
AUX, USB, and iPod
® Port 28
Blue Link Telematics system 26-27
Bluetooth operational tips 22-23
Bluetooth phone operation 24-25
Bluetooth phone pairing 24
and fog lightsPage 07
Trip computerPages 13 & 15
Some vehicles may not be equipped with
all the listed features.
Use this Quick Reference Guide to learn
about the features that will enhance your
enjoyment of your Hyundai. More detailed
information about these features is
available in your Owner’s Manual.
Frequently Asked Questions 1. Pair phone to your vehicle. Refer to pages 24.
2. Program HomeLink. Refer to page 11.
3. Getting started with Blue Link. Refer to page 26.
To reduce the risk of serious injury to yourself and others,
read and understand the important SAFETY INFORMATION
in your Owner’s Manual.
Type A Type B
FEATURES AND CONTROLS
Audio control Cruise control
Raises or lowers speaker volume.
SEEK / PRESET
Press to change presets. Press and hold to seek stations.
Change the audio source. Hold to turn Audio power on/off.
Mute the sound. Turn off the microphone during a call.
Raises or lowers speaker volume.
Mute the sound.
Activates voice recognition.
Places and transfers calls.
Ends calls or cancels functions.
STEERING WHEEL FUNCTIONS
Cruise set indicator
To Set a Cruising Speed
1. Press CRUISE button
and the CRUISE indicator will illuminate in the
instrument cluster. Accelerate to desired cruising speed (above 25 mph).
2. Move the lever down (to SET-)
and remove your foot from the
To Accelerate or DecelerateMove the lever up (to RES+)
to increase set cruising speed.
Move the lever down (to SET-) to decrease set cruising speed.
To Resume Previously Set SpeedMove the lever up (to RES+) To Cancel Cruising SpeedPress CANCEL button
, depress brake pedal, or press CRUISE button