Hyundai Santa Fe: Auto Lighting Control System / Description and operation

Hyundai Santa Fe (TM) 2019-2024 Service Manual / Body Electrical System / Auto Lighting Control System / Description and operation

Description
It's a system that uses illumination sensor to automatically turn ON the tail lamp and head lamp based on the change in surrounding environment's illumination condition. It activates when the vehicle enters/exits tunnel, or when the illumination condition in surrounding environment changes due to rain, snow, or fog. Precautions corresponding to the use of this system are as follows.
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Do not add another device on top of this device.
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Be sure to switch to manual during poor visibility climate, such as fog, heavy rain, or cloudy weather.
3.
Illumination intensity in an actual vehicle is not always constant, and lamp ON/OFF time may very depending on the climate, season, and surrounding environment.
4.
Use this system only during sunrise and sunset period, and manually control lamp ON/OFF for general conditions.
5.
Error may occur if light block coating that may change interior illumination is applied.

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    Instrument panel overview

    1. Instrument cluster
    2. Driver’s front air bag
    3. Engine Start/Stop button
    4. Infotainment system
    5. Hazard warning lamp switch
    6. Climate control system
    7. Shift button
    8. ISG (Idle Stop and Go) button
    9. Auto Hold button
    10. Heated steering wheel button
    11. Drive mode button
    12. DBC (Downhill Brake Control) button
    13. Parking Safety button
    14. Parking/View button
    15. Air ventilation seat button
    16. Seat warmer
    17. Passenger’s front air bag
    18. Glove box
    19. Wireless charging system pad
    20. Cup holder
    21. AC inverter
    22. USB charger

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