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Tips & Advice

Maintain your valuable car safely for a long time with Hyundai scheduled maintenance

Service Tips & Advise

Service with us?
We as a Hyundai distributor is authorized to conduct all type of service /repairs on your vehicle with Factory Trained Staffs, a well equipped service facility & sophisticated scan tools. We do receive all service related information's from electronic soft ware updates, modifications & engineering changes from the manufacturer. While performing service with us we closely monitor & complete any campaign requirements to be done on your vehicle which is free of charge. We better care for your vehicle performance & safety.

Scheduled Maintenance Preserves Your Vehicle Warranty.
Scheduled maintenance or Preventive maintenance is a regular inspections of your vehicle based on distance or time as per the Manufacturer standards to retain the vehicle optimal performance & safety for a long time also it gives you a peace of mind while driving.
Also it is essential that your Hyundai Authorized Service partner should perform regular service inspections on your vehicle or the Manufacturer have the right to void your vehicle warranty. We will also maintain a complete data of your vehicle service records.
Do not carry out any service/repairs at unauthorized stations which will forfeit the warranty of your vehicle.

Hyundai Genuine Parts usage.
Hyundai Genuine Parts are the same parts used by Hyundai Motor Company to manufacture their vehicles. They are designed and tested for the optimum safety, performance, and reliability to our customers. Moreover all Genuine Hyundai parts carries a limited parts warranty when its replaced/repaired with us.

Regular replacement parts.

serviceEngine oil and filter
The engine oil and filter collects contaminants that can damage your engine, if they are not removed/replaced for long periods of time, additives in the oil can break down, which will increase the amount of friction on the engine's moving metal parts, and thus cause engine overheating and increase its wear and tear rate which can lead up to an engine seizure.

To keep your vehicle running smoothly:
  • Check the oil level regularly.
  • Change the oil every 5000 KM or every 3 months,whichever comes first.
  • Replace the oil filter with every change.
For an accurate reading of your oil level, switch off the engine, remove the dipstick, wipe it with a clean cloth or paper towel and then reinsert it. Remove the dipstick again & check if the oil level is up to the markings.

 

If the vehicle is being driven in severe conditions, more frequent oil and filter changes are required.

Brake Fluid
Brake fluid is a hydroscopic fluid which absorbs moisture during operation. For safety reason, regularly check brake fluid level, it should be maintain between the Max and Min Level markings on the Brake reservoir tank. Use only hydraulic brake fluid conforming to DOT 3 or DOT 4. (not allowed to mix)

Timing belts and drive belts

Timing Belts will wear and or crack after a period of time, therefore replacement of belt before rupture/nick must be done to avoid any major damage to the engine internal moving parts. Hyundai service recommends replacement of timing belt at every 60,000km. ( Can be vary according to the Models)

Battery
The battery is the central part of the electrical system which store & release electricity for all electrically operated systems. Most cars use a lead-acid battery. The battery is made of a plastic case, containing an arrangement of positive and negative lead plates separated by synthetic plate separators. The plates are connected to a set of terminals called Positive (+) & Negative(-), which provide connection to the vehicle. The battery is filled with electrolyte, a mixture of sulfuric acid and distilled water.



Your vehicle's battery and its connections should be checked periodically. It should be mounted securely, as vibration takes a toll on battery life. On batteries with removable filler caps, the electrolyte should be checked and topped off with distilled water. Battery connections should be clean, tight and corrosion-free.
In case if the vehicle to be parked without use, disconnect the battery negative terminal cable. This will reduce the Battery discharge.

Service brakes
Brake linings/pad wear out due to friction, therefore regular check for cracking, glazing, contamination and wear must be conducted to ensure your safety on the road.

Parking Brake
Brake lining wear and cables will stretch causing the brake to malfunction, therefore regular check and adjustments should be conducted.

Spark plugs and Cord
Spark plugs are responsible for air-fuel ignition, therefore regular replacement must be done to ensure good sparks are generated when required. Spark plug electrodes will corrode and wear out which could cause loss of fuel economy and engine performance if not replaced.

Air filter
Air filter need to be checked, cleaned or replaced periodically. The air filter will become dirty and restrict the air flow to the engine. When air filter is clogged fuel efficiency and engine performance will be decreased.

Tires, suspensions and wheel alignment
There are many factors that affect the life of your tires: weather, usage, inflation, vehicle alignment and wheel balance. Perhaps the easiest factor to control is your driving behavior. Simply following these good driving habits will help extend the life of your tires.

Follow posted speed limits.
Avoid fast starts, stops and turns. Avoid potholes and other objects on the road. Do not run over curbs or hit your tires against the curb when parking. Do not overload your vehicle. Refer to your vehicles tire information manual for the maximum recommended load.

Tire Pressure:
Inspect & Inflate the tire pressure including the spare at least once in a month to the recommended pressure.Be sure to check your tires when they are cold, that is when your vehicle has not been used for at least three hours. For proper tire inflation, refer to your owner's manual or the label on the driver side door pillar or in the glove compartment of your vehicle.
Under inflated tires can cause blowouts and tire failure, which can lead to serious accidents. Appearances can be deceiving, a tire can lose up to half of its air pressure and not appear to be flat. Over inflation causes unnecessary stress on tires, which can result irregular tread wear.

Wheel Alignment/Balancing
Tires should be rotated at every 10.000 Km for having uniform wear off tires. Improper alignment/balancing can reduce the driving comfort & also the lifespan of your tires.
If you notice the following, take an advise from the expert for wheel alignment/balancing.

  • Excessive or uneven tire wear.
  • Steering pulls to the right or left
  • Steering wheel vibration
  • Steering wheel off center

 

Recommended Tire rotation pattern.