Hyundai Veloster Owners Manual

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  1. Introduction
  2. How to use this manual
  3. Fuel requirements
  4. Vehicle break-in process
  5. Vehicle data collection and event data recorders
  6. Indicator symbols on the instrument cluster
  7. Your vehicle at a glance
  8. Interior overview
  9. Instrument panel overview
  10. Engine compartment
  11. Safety features of your vehicle
  12. Seats
  13. Front seat adjustment
  14. Rear seats
  15. Seat belts
  16. Seat belt restraint system
  17. Shoulder belt extension guide
  18. Pre-tensioner seat belt
  19. Seat belt precautions
  20. Care of seat belts
  21. Child restraint system
  22. Using a child restraint system
  23. Air bag - advanced supplemental restraint system
  24. How does the air bag system operate
  25. Air bag warning light
  26. SRS components and functions
  27. Occupant classification system
  28. Main components of occupant classification system
  29. Driver's and passenger's front air bag
  30. Side impact air bag
  31. Curtain air bag
  32. SRS Care
  33. Additional safety precautions
  34. Adding equipment to or modifying your air bag-equipped vehicle
  35. Air bag warning label
  36. Features of your vehicle
  37. Keys
  38. Record your key number
  39. Key operations
  40. Immobilizer system
  41. Smart key
  42. Smart key function
  43. Loss of the smart key
  44. Smart key precautions
  45. Immobilizer system
  46. Battery replacement
  47. Remote keyless entry
  48. Remote keyless entry system operations
  49. Transmitter precautions
  50. Battery replacement
  51. Theft-alarm system
  52. Armed stage
  53. Theft-alarm stage
  54. Opening the trunk with the alarm armed (if equipped)
  55. Disarmed stage
  56. Door locks
  57. Operating door locks from outside the vehicle
  58. Operating door locks from inside the vehicle
  59. Impact sensing door unlock system
  60. Speed sensing door lock system
  61. Child-protector rear door lock
  62. Tailgate
  63. Opening the tailgate
  64. Closing the tailgate
  65. Emergency tailgate safety release
  66. Shelf disassembly and installment
  67. Closing the trunk
  68. Emergency trunk safety release
  69. Windows
  70. Power windows
  71. Hood
  72. Opening the hood
  73. Closing the hood
  74. Fuel filler lid
  75. Opening the fuel filler lid
  76. Closing the fuel filler lid
  77. Sunroof
  78. Sliding the sunroof
  79. Tilting the sunroof
  80. Closing the sunroof
  81. Sunshade
  82. Resetting the sunroof
  83. Steering wheel
  84. Electric power steering (EPS)
  85. Tilt steering / Tilt and telescope steering
  86. Horn
  87. Mirrors
  88. Inside rearview mirror
  89. Outside rearview mirror
  90. Instrument cluster
  91. Instrument panel illumination
  92. Gauges
  93. Vehicle option
  94. Warnings and indicators
  95. Rear parking assist system
  96. Operation of the rear parking assist system
  97. Non-operational conditions of rear parking assist system
  98. Rear parking assist system precautions
  99. Rear view camera
  100. Hazard warning flasher
  101. Lighting
  102. Battery saver function
  103. Headlamp delay (if equipped)
  104. Headlamp welcome function
  105. Daytime running light
  106. Lighting control
  107. High beam operation
  108. Turn signals and lane change signals
  109. Front fog light
  110. Wipers and washers
  111. Windshield wipers
  112. Windshield washers (front)
  113. Rear window wiper and washer switch
  114. Interior light
  115. Automatic turn off function
  116. Map lamp
  117. Room lamp
  118. Tailgate room lamp
  119. Vanity mirror lamp
  120. Glove box lamp
  121. Defroster
  122. Rear window defroster
  123. Manual climate control system
  124. Heating and air conditioning
  125. System operation
  126. Climate control air filter
  127. Checking the amount of air conditioner refrigerant and compressor lubricant
  128. Automatic climate control system
  129. Automatic heating and air conditioning
  130. Manual heating and air conditioning
  131. Windshield defrosting and defogging
  132. Manual climate control system
  133. Automatic climate control system
  134. Defogging logic
  135. Manual climate control system
  136. Automatic climate control system
  137. Storage compartments
  138. Center console storage
  139. Glove box
  140. Sunglass holder
  141. Luggage net (holder)
  142. Interior features
  143. Cup holder
  144. Sunvisor
  145. Power outlet
  146. Clock
  147. Shopping bag holder
  148. Clothes hanger
  149. Floor mat anchor(s)
  150. Aux, USB and iPod® port
  151. Navigation system
  152. Bluetooth hands-free
  153. Audio system
  154. Antenna
  155. Audio remote control
  156. How vehicle audio works
  157. Satellite radio reception
  158. Care of disc
  159. Control Panel
  160. Navigation menu overview
  161. General operations of destination menu
  162. Map menu overview
  163. General operations of map menu
  164. Understanding Bluetooth wireless technology
  165. Connecting your unit and bluetooth phone
  166. To connect using the unit settings (2)
  167. To connect using the phone settings
  168. Playing an audio CD and MP3/ WMA/USB/iPod files
  169. Listening to the radio stations
  170. Storing and recalling stations
  171. Voice recognition
  172. Giving voice commands
  173. How to say numbers
  174. Driving your vehicle
  175. Before driving
  176. Before entering vehicle
  177. Necessary inspections
  178. Before starting
  179. Key
  180. Illuminated ignition switch
  181. Ignition switch position
  182. Starting the engine
  183. Engine start/stop button
  184. Illuminated engine start/stop button
  185. Engine start/stop button position
  186. Starting the engine
  187. Manual transaxle
  188. Manual transaxle operation
  189. Good driving practices
  190. Automatic transaxle
  191. Double clutch transmission operation
  192. Good driving practices
  193. Brake system
  194. Power brakes
  195. Parking brake
  196. Anti-lock brake system (ABS)
  197. Electronic stability control (ESC)
  198. Good braking practices
  199. Vehicle stability management (VSM)
  200. Hill-start assist control (HAC)
  201. Cruise control system
  202. To set cruise control speed:
  203. To increase cruise control set speed
  204. To decrease the cruising speed
  205. To temporarily accelerate with the cruise control on
  206. To cancel cruise control, do one of the following
  207. To resume cruising speed at more than approximately 40 km/h (25 mph)
  208. To turn cruise control off, do one of the following
  209. Economical operation
  210. Special driving conditions
  211. Hazardous driving conditions
  212. Rocking the vehicle
  213. Smooth cornering
  214. Driving at night
  215. Driving in the rain
  216. Driving in flooded areas
  217. Highway driving
  218. Winter driving
  219. Snowy or icy conditions
  220. Vehicle load limit
  221. Tire and loading information label
  222. Certification label
  223. Vehicle weight
  224. Trailer towing
  225. What to do in an emergency
  226. Road warning
  227. Hazard warning flasher
  228. In case of an emergency while driving
  229. If the engine will not start
  230. Emergency starting
  231. Push-starting
  232. If the engine overheats
  233. Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
  234. Low tire pressure telltale
  235. TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) malfunction indicator
  236. Changing a tire with TPMS
  237. If you have a flat tire (with spare tire)
  238. Jack and tools
  239. Removing and storing the spare tire
  240. Changing tires
  241. Wheel nut tightening torque
  242. If you have a flat tire (with tire mobility kit)
  243. Introduction
  244. Notes on the safe use of the Tire Mobility Kit
  245. Components of the Tire Mobility Kit
  246. Using the Tire Mobility Kit
  247. Setting the tire inflation pressure
  248. Technical Data
  249. Towing
  250. Towing service
  251. Removable towing hook
  252. Emergency towing
  253. Maintenance
  254. Engine compartment
  255. Maintenance services
  256. Owner’s responsibility
  257. Owner maintenance precautions
  258. Owner maintenance
  259. Owner maintenance schedule
  260. Scheduled maintenance service
  261. Normal maintenance schedule
  262. Maintenance under severe usage conditions
  263. Explanation of scheduled maintenance items
  264. Engine oil
  265. Checking the engine oil level
  266. Changing the engine oil and filter
  267. Engine coolant
  268. Checking the coolant level
  269. Changing the coolant
  270. Brake/clutch fluid
  271. Washer fluid
  272. Parking brake
  273. Air cleaner
  274. Climate control air filter
  275. Wiper blades
  276. Blade inspection
  277. Blade replacement
  278. Battery
  279. For best battery service
  280. Battery recharging
  281. Reset items
  282. Tires and wheels
  283. Tire care
  284. Recommended cold tire inflation pressures
  285. Checking tire inflation pressure
  286. Tire rotation
  287. Wheel alignment and tire balance
  288. Tire replacement
  289. Wheel replacement
  290. Tire traction
  291. Tire maintenance
  292. Tire sidewall labeling
  293. Tire terminology and definitions
  294. All season tires
  295. Summer tires
  296. Snow tires
  297. Tire chains
  298. Radial-ply tires
  299. Fuses
  300. Instrument panel fuse replacement
  301. Engine compartment fuse replacement
  302. Fuse/relay panel description
  303. Light bulbs
  304. Headlight, position light, turn signal light, front fog light bulb replacement
  305. Side repeater light bulb replacement
  306. Rear combination light bulb replacement
  307. High mounted stop light replacement
  308. License plate light bulb replacement
  309. Interior light bulb replacement
  310. Appearance care
  311. Exterior care
  312. Interior care
  313. Emission control system
  314. 1. Crankcase emission control system
  315. 2. Evaporative emission control (including ORVR: Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery) system
  316. California perchlorate notice
  317. Specifications, Consumer information, Reporting safety defects
  318. Engine
  319. Dimensions
  320. Bulb wattage
  321. Tires and wheels
  322. Capacity/weight
  323. Recommended lubricants and capacities
  324. Recommended SAE viscosity number
  325. Vehicle identification number (VIN)
  326. Vehicle certification label
  327. Tire specification and pressure label
  328. Engine number
  329. Refrigerant label
  330. Consumer information
  331. Reporting safety defects
  332. Binding arbitration


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