Some of the passenger compartment features can be shut down with the flip of the switch in the inside fuse box. That will take care of a good amount of systems, but you cannot safely disconnect the main battery, doing so can cause all sorts of problems including voltage spikes that can harm computer components.I’m looking at getting a Kona EV, but sometimes I need to park at airports for extended periods. Does anyone know how much charge the car loses while left unplugged? I know Teslas are reputed to lose 1% charge per day. Thanks!
I found out about that switch the hard way on my 2013 Elantra ....for some reason it flipped by itself and all the electric stuff stopped. I brought it in under warranty and the order writer did not catch the obvious symptoms of a Hyundai yellow switch on OFF. I drive home from dropping it off and 20 minutes later they called and said it was fixed.There is a switch on all Hyundais the is located in the fuse box just below your left knee. Pull the panel and you'll see it right in the middles of the fuse panel. It's there for long term storage or shipping. Just turn it off if the vehicle is going to be parked for awhile. This includes the EV. If you have any doubts just read you owners manual it will explain.:grin:
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