Hyundai Ioniq: Charging the Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle / Charging Connector AUTO / LOCK Mode

Hyundai Ioniq (AE) 2017-2022 Owner's Manual / Hybrid System Overview / Charging the Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle / Charging Connector AUTO / LOCK Mode

Hyundai Ioniq. Charging Connector AUTO / LOCK Mode

You may select when the charging connector can be locked and unlocked in the charging inlet.

Press the Hyundai Ioniq. Charging Connector AUTO / LOCK Mode button to change between AUTO mode and LOCK mode.

When the Charging Connector is Locked

Hyundai Ioniq. Charging Connector AUTO / LOCK Mode

• LOCK mode (button indicator off) :

The connector locks when the charging connector is plugged into the charging inlet. The connector is locked until all doors are unlocked by the driver. This mode can be used to prevent charging cable theft.
- If the charging connector is unlocked when all doors are unlocked, but the charging cable is not disconnected within 10 seconds, the connector will be automatically locked again.
- If the charging connector is unlocked when all doors are unlocked, but all doors are locked again, immediately, the connector will be automatically locked again.

• AUTO mode (button indicator on) :

The connector locks when charging starts. The connector unlocks when charging is complete. This mode can be used when charging in a public charging station.

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