Hyundai Santa Fe: Dual clutch transmission operation / DCT warning messages

Hyundai Santa Fe (TM) 2019-2024 Owner's Manual / Driving your vehicle / Dual clutch transmission / Dual clutch transmission operation / DCT warning messages

This warning message is displayed when vehicle is driven slowly on a grade and the vehicle detects that the brake pedal is not applied.

Steep grade! Press brake pedal

Driving up hills or on steep grades:

  • To hold the vehicle on an incline use the foot brake or the parking brake.
  • When in stop-and-go traffic on an incline, allow a gap to form ahead of you before moving the vehicle forward. Then hold the vehicle on the incline with the foot brake.
  • If the vehicle is held or creeping forward on an incline by applying the accelerator pedal, the clutch and transmission may overheat which can result in damage. At this time, a warning message will appear on the LCD display.
  • If the LCD warning is active, the foot brake must be applied.
  • Ignoring the warnings can lead to damage to the transmission.

Transmission high temperature

  • Under certain conditions, such as repeated stop-and-go launches on steep grades, sudden take off or acceleration, or other harsh driving conditions, the transmission clutch temperatures will increase excessively.
  • When the clutch temperatures are too high, the “Transmission temp. is high! Stop safely” warning message will appear on the LCD display, a chime will sound, and the transmission shifting may not be smooth.
  • If this occurs, pull over to a safe location, stop the vehicle with the engine running, apply the brakes and shift the vehicle to P (Park), and allow the transmission to cool.
  • If you ignore this warning, the driving condition may become worse. You may experience abrupt shifts, frequent shifts, or jerkiness.
  • When the message “Trans cooled. Resume driving.” appears you can continue to drive your vehicle.
  • When possible, drive the vehicle smoothly.

Transmission overheated

  • If the vehicle continues to be driven and the clutch temperatures reach the maximum temperature limit, the “Transmission Hot! Park with engine on” warning will be displayed. When this occurs the clutch is disabled until the clutch cools to normal temperatures.
  • The warning will display a time to wait for the transmission to cool.
  • If this occurs, pull over to a safe location, stop the vehicle with the engine running, apply the brakes and shift the vehicle to P (Park), and allow the transmission to cool.
  • When the message “Trans cooled. Resume driving.” appears you can continue to drive your vehicle.
  • When possible, drive the vehicle smoothly.

If any of the warning messages in the LCD display continue to blink, for your safety, contact an authorized HYUNDAI dealer and have the system checked.

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