Hyundai Kona: The battery sensor deactivation / Prerequisites to reactivate the battery sensor

Keep the engine in the OFF status for 4 hours, and attempt to restart the engine 3 to 4 times for the batterysensor reactivation.

Pay extreme caution not to connect any accessories (i.e. navigation and black box) to the vehicle with the engine in the OFF status. If not, the battery sensor may not be reactivated.

Information

The ISG system may not operate in the following situations.

- There is a malfunction with the IGS system.
- The battery is weak.
- The brake vacuum pressure is low. In those cases, we recommend that you have the ISG system checked by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

NOTICE

The battery sensor deactivation
The battery sensor is deactivated, when the battery is disconnected from the negative pole for maintenance purpose. In this case, the ISG system is limitedly operated due to the battery sensor deac ...

Drive mode integrated control system
The drive mode may be selected according to the driver's preference or road condition. The system resets to be in the COMFORT mode (except if it is in ECO mode), when the engine is restarted. Inform ...

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