Hyundai Santa Fe (TM): User settings mode - LCD DisplayHyundai Santa Fe (TM): User settings mode

In this mode, you can change the settings of the instrument cluster, doors, lamps, etc.

1. Driver Assistance
2. Head-Up Display
3. Cluster
4. Lights
5. Door
6. Convenience
7. Units

The information provided may differ depending on which functions are applicable to your vehicle.

Shift to P to edit settings

This warning message illuminates if you try to select an item from the User Settings mode while driving.

  • Automatic transmission / Dual clutch transmission.

For your safety, change the User Settings after parking the vehicle, applying the parking brake and selecting the shift button to P(Park).

Quick guide (Help)

This mode provides quick guides for the systems in the User Settings mode.

Select an item, press and hold the OK button.

For more details about each system, refer to this Owner’s Manual.

Information

When the infotainment system is applied, only the User’s Setting mode on the infotainment system is supported but the User’s Setting mode on the instrument cluster is not supported.

1. Driver Assistance

2. Head-Up Display

3. Cluster

4. Lights

5. Door

6. Convenience

7. Units

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