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Old 15th December 2009, 17:58   #136
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here its all listed as S which stand for standard features.

Its not listed like below

Body Coloured radiator grill *
Vanity mirror - Psg *
Ticket Holder *

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Hm.. Interesting 64 posts all/most in Hyundai threads which includes the source check for VIN, seems like you are a die-hard fan of Hyundai.

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Illuminated glove box which is mentioned in the brochure but not in the key feature list.

Yesterday i got a call from Hyundai Chennai regarding this and the person said he will look in to this. And the person said they have not listed this feature in the brochure. But i have the copy of the brochure in which all features are listed as standard fitments.

Whats your suggestions friends..
Not providing illumination in the glove box is shocking, even mine top end diesel i20 does not have it. The glove box does have some small holes at the top not sure what they are for. I checked with the service center guys and they say it is available only for the European versions.

Does the MID of all i20's dim a little when the headlights are switched on?

Note :- Got the auto locking feature enabled, the only problem is they have set it at 40 kph
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Hm.. Interesting 64 posts all/most in Hyundai threads which includes the source check for VIN, seems like you are a die-hard fan of Hyundai.
Hmmm.. youve guessed it right PP!
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^^^ Glad to know i'm famous in Hyundai

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Not providing illumination in the glove box is shocking, even mine top end diesel i20 does not have it. The glove box does have some small holes at the top not sure what they are for. I checked with the service center guys and they say it is available only for the European versions.
Yes even i'm disappointed with this

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Does the MID of all i20's dim a little when the headlights are switched on?
NO. if its please do check.

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Note :- Got the auto locking feature enabled, the only problem is they have set it at 40 kph
This is only option available as per the Hyundai Service guy.

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The missing features are
1. Body Coloured radiator grill
2. Vanity mirror - Psg
3. Ticket Holder.
Illuminated glove box which is mentioned in the brochure but not in the key feature list.
After reading this, I did a quick check of the Brochure available with me but the above features weren't listed in the brochure
One would definitely like to have illumination in the glove box and since rbp mentioned that there are holes provided in the glove box, does that mean its space for a separate illumination to be fitted? maybe it can be fitted just like wildon did with Rheostat Illumination Control

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Got the auto locking feature enabled, the only problem is they have set it at 40 kph
Is the setting only available for 40kph? but I had read sometime back in this same thread, where jraj had mentioned that it can be at your preferred speed, say 20 instead of 40.
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Is the setting only available for 40kph? but I had read sometime back in this same thread, where jraj had mentioned that it can be at your preferred speed, say 20 instead of 40.
Safin,
Just got off the phone with the service advisor who enabled this in my car.
When he said,we can set it at desired speed,I mistook it.But he just confirmed that it can be done for any speeds but min is 40kmph.You cant get them lock automatically less than 40kmph.
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jraj :- Thanks for updating about the speed limiter issue or else I would be eating the service advisors head .
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Does the MID of all i20's dim a little when the headlights are switched on?
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NO. if its please do check.
Actually it does and it's very normal. Even on an other car the digital clock is very bright at startup and as soon as the lights are switched on, the clock dims. Quite obvious, actually.
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Thumbs up i20 Asta F.A.T.C Self Diagnosis feature (hidden)



Yes its a Hidden feature , you can test your A/C to know whether its working correctly or not . Here is the video. More details on How to coming shortly

00 = Thank God my a/c is working as NORMAL



Enjoy !
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What's that video about? Looks to me like 00 flashing for 40 seconds and nothing else.
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Same here, even i didn't get what the video was about ? what is F.A.T.C Self Diagnosis feature
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Well this helps you to find out whether your F.A.T.C (Fully automatic temperature control) unit is working properly. If there is no problem the code will show as 00 like in that short video. It was a 30 min video and for easy viewing i cut short into 40 sec as my a/c unit is working properly and it displays only 00.

Here are the other codes which will display if any of the component related to F.A.T.C malfunctions.

00 = Normal
11 = In-car temparature sensor open
12 = In-car temparature sensor short
13 = Ambient temparature sensor open
14 = Ambient temparature sensor short
17 = Evaporator temparature sensor open
18 = Evaporator temparature sensor short
19 = Temparature control actuator feed back open
20 = Temparature control actuatore failure
21 = Mode Control actuator open
21 = Mode control actuator short
22 = Mode control actuator failure
25 = Intake potentiometer open
25 = Intake potentiometer short
26 = Intake potentiometer failure

give me few min so i can explain it with the help of a picture as how to get into this mode.

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To get into the self diagnosis mode

1. Put the key into the ignition hole
2. Turn the key into ON position so the dashboard lights illuminates (No starting of engine)
3. Press and hold the OFF button, then press the MODE button more than 4 times within 2seconds
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4. The you can see the Display unit of a/c illuminates like in the video and display codes starts blinking.
5. Now the diagnosis starts
6. press the A/C button to proceed to next step
7. after completion it will come into the original condition
8. Incase if you wants to quit anytime press OFF button

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here its all listed as S which stand for standard features.

Its not listed like below

Body Coloured radiator grill *
Vanity mirror - Psg *
Ticket Holder *
I compared the e-brochure with the brochure available with me and Yes e-brochure does mention Vanity mirror and Ticket holder in the features list,which isnt there in my brochure but it also comes with a disclaimer at the bottom [check attached pic], while Body Coloured radiator grill is present even in the brochure available with me

Other noteable things present in the e-brochure and not in the regular brochure are 1) DTE(Distance to Empty) Signal 2)Illuminated Glove Box

Link ->Hyundai I20 e-brochure
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Wow, this is all so fascinating, somehow I really like the way you tinker with your car and run around procuring alarms and digging out other info about it what's more, it really helps the rest of us too !! I'm pretty sure there's some electronic trickery hidden somewhere within this car which enables it to go into stealth mode or travel at warp speed... or transform into Bumblebee maybe.
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