Driving your vehicle
If the clutch becomes overheat-
ed by excessive use of the
clutch to hold on a hill, you may
notice a shudder feeling and a
blinking display on the instru-
ment cluster. When this occurs,
the clutch is disabled until the
clutch cools to normal tempera-
tures. If this occurs, pull over to
a safe location, shift into P
(Park) and apply the foot brake
for a few minutes.
If the LCD warning is active, the
foot brake must be applied.
Ignoring the warnings can lead
to damage to the transmission.
If the display continues to blink,
for your safety, we recommend
that you contact an authorized
HYUNDAI dealer and have the
If the safe protection mode logic
is enabled, the gear position
indicator on the cluster blinks
with a chime sound. At this time,
a warning message will appear
on the LCD display and driving
may not be smooth.
If you ignore this warning, the
driving condition may become
worse.To return the normal driv-
ing condition, stop the vehicle
and apply the foot brake for a
few minutes before driving off.
Gear shifts may be more notice-
able than a conventional auto-
matic transmission. This is a
normal characteristic of this
type of dual clutch transmis-
■ Type B
■ Type B
■ Type A
Under certain conditions, such
as repeated stop-and-go launch-
es on steep grades, the trans-
mission clutches may overheat.
When the clutches are overheat-
ed, the transmission safe pro-
tection mode logic is enabled.
|Categories||Hyundai Manuals, Hyundai Elantra Manuals|
|Document Type||Owners Manual|
|Product Brand||Hyundai, Elantra|
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