2007 Hyundai Tiburon Owners Manual

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Model Year2007
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User and Operator’s Manual for 2007 Hyundai Tiburon. Engine:

  • 2.0 L 4-Cylinder, In-line DOHC CVVT
  • 2.7 L 6-Cylinder, V-type DOHC

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Table of contents

Features of your Hyundai
Driving your Hyundai
What to do in an emergency
Corrosion prevention & appearance care
Vehicle maintenance requirements
Do-it-yourself maintenance
Emission control systems
Consumer information, reporting safety defects &
Binding arbitration of warranty claims
Vehicle specifications


1. Multi-Function Light Switch
2. Horn and Driver’s Airbag
3. Windshield Wiper/Washer Switch
4. Ignition Switch
5. Front Fog Light Switch (If installed)
6. Digital Clock
7. Hazard Warning Switch
8. Outside Temperature Switch
9. Passenger’s Air Bag Off Indicator
10. Passenger’s Air Bag
11. Fuse Box Relay
12. Hood Release Lever
13. Steering Wheel Tilt Lever
14. Heating and Cooling Controls
15. Ashtray
16. Parking Brake Lever
17. Shift Lever
18. Cigarette Lighter
19. Audio System (If installed) 20.Glove Box


Turn Signal Indicator Lights SRS (Airbag) Warning Light

ABS Service Reminder Indicator (SRI) (If installed)

Malfunction Indicator Light
High Beam Indicator Light Seat Belt Reminder Light and Chime
Low Oil Pressure Warning Light CRUISE Indicator Light (If installed)
Parking Brake/ Low Brake Fluid Level Warning Light CRUISE SET Indicator Light (If installed)
Charging System Warning Light

Door Ajar Warning Light and Chime

Low Fuel Level Warning Light

Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
Indicator Lights (If installed)
TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) Malfunction Indicator
Low Tire Pressure Telltale
Tail Gate Open Warning Light


Fuel Recommendations. 1-21Breaking in Your New Hyundai. 1-3

Keys. 1-3
Door (Theft-Alarm System). 1-4, 1-6
Power Windows. 1-9
Seats. 1-10
Seat Belts. 1-16
Child Restraint System. 1-22
Supplemental Restraint (AIRBAG) System (SRS). 1-30
Instrument Cluster and Indicator Lights. 1-46
Warning and Indicator Lights. 1-48
Multi-Function Light Switch. 1-58

Windshield Wiper/Washer Switch. 1-60 1

Sunroof. 1-66

Mirror. 1-70
Hood Release. 1-73
Cruise Control. 1-80
Audio Remote Control Switch. 1-83
Heating and Cooling Control. 1-84
Stereo Sound System. 1-103
Antenna. 1-105
Audio System. 1-106


Air Bag. 1-30
Air Cleaner Filter. 6-10
Air Conditioning
Care. 6-16
Operation. 6-16
Switch. 1-77
Antenna. 1-105
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS).2-12
Ashtray. 1-65
Automatic Transaxle. 2-8
Auto Remote Control Switch. 1-83

Battery. 2-17, 6-19
Binding arbitration.8-17
Anti-lock system. 2-12
Checking the brakes. 6-14
Fluid. 6-14
Practices. 2-14
Breaking-In your new Hyundai. 1-3
Bulbs Wattage. 6-33

Care of Cassette tapes. 1-126
Care of Disc. 1-126
Cassette Tape Player Operation (H280). 1-109
Catalytic Converter. 7-3
Child Restraint System. 1-21 ~ 1-26 Cigarette Lighter. 1-53 Climate Control Air Filter. 1-86 Clutch
Checking fluid. 6-15 Combination Light
Auto Light. 1-59 Headlight flasher. 1-60 Headlight switch.1-59 High-beam switch.1-59 Lane change signal. 1-58 Turn signal operation. 1-58 Compact Disc Player Operation
(H280, H265, H465). 1-111, 1-117, 1-123 Consumer Information. 8-13 Cooling Fans. 6-21 Corrosion Protection
Cleaning the interior. 4-5 Protecting your Hyundai from corrosion. 4-2 Washing and waxing. 4-3 Cruise Control. 1-80

Defrosting/Defogging.1-93 Door

Central door lock. 1-6
Door locks. 1-4
Front door edge warning light.1-73
Locking, unlocking front door with a key. 1-5
Drink Holder. 1-65
Economical driving.2-15 Smooth cornering. 2-16 Winter driving. 2-16

Electronic Stability Control (ESC).2-12
Emissions Control Systems. 7-1
Before starting the engine. 2-3
Compartment. 6-2
Coolant. 6-7
Coolant temperature gauge. 1-53
If the engine overheats. 3-4
Number. 8-2
Oil. 6-5
Starting. 2-5
Engine Exhaust Can Be Dangerous. 2-2

Floor mat Anchor. 1-79
Front Fog Light Switch. 1-62
Front Seats
Adjustable front seats. 1-10
Adjustable headrests. 1-12
Adjusting seatback angle. 1-11
Adjusting seat forward and rearward. 1-11
Lumbar support control. 1-13
Seat cushion height adjustment. 1-13
Capacity. 9-2 Gauge. 1-52 Recommendations. 1-2 Fuel Filler Lid
Remote release. 1-74 Fuses
Fuse Panel Description.6-34

General Everyday Checks. 6-4
Glove box.1-69

Hazard Warning System.1-63
Headlight Aiming Adjustment.6-23
Headlight Bulb.6-24
Heating and cooling control
Rotary Type.1-84
Automatic Type. 1-94
High-mounted Rear Stop light.1-72
Hood Release.1-73
Horn. 1-79

Ignition Switch. 2-3
Instrument Cluster and Indicator Lights. 1-46
Intermittent Wiper.1-61
Jump Starting. 3-3

Keys. 1-3
If you lose your keys. 3-18
Positions. 2-3
Lubrication Chart. 9-4
Luggage Net. 1-79

Maintenance Intervals
Explanation of scheduled maintenance items. 5-7 Maintenance under severe usage conditions. 5-6 Scheduled maintenance. 5-4 Service requirements. 5-2
Map Light. 1-68
Day-night inside rearview. 1-71 Outside rear view. 1-70

Rear Seats
Before folding the rear seats. 1-14 Fold down. 1-15 Rear seat entry. 1-13 Rear seat positions. 1-14
Rear Window Defroster Switch.1-63
Reporting Safety Defects. 8-17
Seat Belts
3-Point system. 1-19 Adjustable height. 1-18 Adjusting your seat belt.1-21 Care of seat belts. 1-18 Precautions. 1-16
Speedometer. 1-53
Starting Procedures. 2-5
Steering Wheel Tilt Lever.1-65
Stereo Radio Operation
(H280, H265, H465). 1-106, 1-114, 1-120
Stereo Sound System. 1-103
Sun Visor. 1-77
Sunglass Holder. 1-69
Sunroof. 1-66

Parking Brake.1-72
Power Steering Fluid Level.6-22
Power Window. 1-9
Pre-tensioner Seat Belt.1-28

Tail Gate. 1-76
Rear Window Wiper and Washer Switch. 1-62
Theft-alarm System. 1-6 Tires
All season tires. 8-9 Balancing. 8-11 Chains. 8-10 Changing a flat tire. 3-11 If you have a flat tire. 3-11 Information. 8-2 Pressure. 8-3 Replacement. 8-12 Rotation. 8-10 Sidewall labeling. 8-5 Snow tires. 8-9 Spare tire. 3-9 Summer tires. 8-9 Terminology and definitions. 8-7 Traction. 8-11 Towing
A trailer (or vehicle). 2-19 Emergency. 3-18 If your vehicle must be towed. 3-16 Transaxle
Automatic. 2-8 Automatic transaxle fluid checking. 6-13 Manual. 2-6 Manual transaxle oil checking. 6-11 Trip Computer. 1-55 Trip Odometer. 1-55

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). 8-2
Vehicle Load Limit.2-22
Vehicle Specification. 9-1
Center ventilator.1-84
Side ventilator. 1-84

Warning Lights. 1-48
Warranties for Your Hyundai.8-13
Windshield Wiper and Washer. 1-60
Windshield Wiper Blades. 6-9

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Publisher: Hyundai Motor America

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