Hyundai Elantra: Sunroof / Resetting the sunroof

In some circumstances resetting the sunroof operation may need to be performed. Some instances where resetting the sunroof may be required include:

- When the 12V battery in the engine room is either disconnected or discharged
- When the 12V battery fuse is replaced
- If the sunroof one-touch AUTO OPEN/CLOSE operation is not functioning properly

Sunroof resetting procedure:

1. Place the ignition switch to the ON position or start the engine. It is recommended to reset the sunroof while the engine is running.

2. Push the control lever forward. The sunroof will close completely or tilt depending on the condition of the sunroof.

3. Release the control lever when the sunroof stops moving.

4. Push the control lever forward about 10 seconds.

- When the sunroof is in the closed position :
The glass will tilt and slightly move up and down.
- When the sunroof is in the tilt position:

The glass will slightly move up and down.

Do not release the lever until the operation is completed.

If you release the lever during operation, start the procedure again from step 2.

5. Within 3 seconds, push and hold the control lever forward until the sunroof operates as follows:

Tilt down → Slide Open → Slide Close.

Do not release the lever until the operation is completed.

If you release the lever during operation, start the procedure again from step 2.

6. Release the sunroof control lever after all steps have completed. (The sunroof system has been reset.)

Information

Sunroof Open Warning

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