Hyundai i-30: Warning and indicator lights / Exhaust System (DPF) Warning Light. Glow Indicator Light

Hyundai i30 (PD) 2018-2024 Owner's Manual / Convenient features of your vehicle / Instrument cluster / Warning and indicator lights / Exhaust System (DPF) Warning Light. Glow Indicator Light

Exhaust System (DPF) Warning Light (for diesel engine, if equipped)

Hyundai i30. Warning Light. Glow Indicator Light

This warning light illuminates:

• When there is a malfunction with the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) system.

When this warning light illuminates, it may turn off after driving the vehicle:

- at more than 37 mph (60 km/h), or
- above 2nd gear with 1500 ~ 2500 engine rpm for a certain time (for about 25 minutes).

If this warning light blinks in spite of the procedure (at this time LCD warning message will be displayed), we recommend that you have the DPF system checked by a HYUNDAI authorised repairer.

NOTICE

If you continue to drive with the DPF warning light blinking for a long time, the DPF system can be damaged and fuel consumption can worsen.

Exhaust System (GPF) Warning Light (for petrol engine, if equipped)

Hyundai i30. Warning Light. Glow Indicator Light

This warning light illuminates:

• When there is a malfunction with the Gasoline (Petrol) Particulate Filter (GPF) system.

When this warning light illuminates, it may turn off after driving the vehicle:

- at more than 50 mph (80 km/h) for about 30 minutes (above 3rd gear with 1500 ~ 4000 engine rpm)

If this warning light blinks in spite of the procedure (at this time LCD warning message will be displayed), we recommend that you have the GPF system checked by a HYUNDAI authorised repairer.

NOTICE

If you continue to drive with the GPF warning light blinking for a long time, the GPF system can be damaged and fuel consumption can worsen.

Glow Indicator Light (for diesel engine)

Hyundai i30. Warning Light. Glow Indicator Light

This indicator light illuminates:

• When the engine is being preheated with the ignition switch or Engine Start/Stop button in the ON position.

- The engine can be started after the glow indicator light goes off.
- The illumination time varies depending on the with the engine coolant temperature, air temperature, and battery condition.

If the indicator light remains on or blinks after the engine has warmed up or whilst driving, there may be a malfunction with the engine preheating system.

In this case, we recommend that you have the vehicle inspected by a HYUNDAI authorised repairer.

Information

If the engine does not start within 10 seconds after the preheating is completed, set the ignition switch or Engine Start/Stop Button to the LOCK or OFF position for 10 seconds and then to the ON position in order to preheat the engine again.

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