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#1 Old 11-24-2012, 04:07 AM
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Weird blue link issue

When I use the blue link app to remote start my car it works fine and the car starts. However, I noticed tonight that when I got out to my car and opened the door while it was running, the interior overhead lights did not come on even though the "door" button on the overhead console is depressed as it should be. When I turned the car off the overhead lights came back on and work normally when I open the door. Just not after opening the door after using blue link to remote start. Can others please check to see if they have the same issue or is it just me? Thanks!
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I remote start my car at work at days end to warm it up. I leave the headlights in the on position and the heater on as well. I've never noticed the interior lights. I'll pay attention tomorrow and report.
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Hi

Just got back from work and you are absolutely right, when you enter the car after remote start there are no interior lights on. That's pretty stupid!
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I'm hoping this is something that can be fixed via a software update or something.
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Starting the car remotely while it's parked on the street, in the dark, especially when the interior lights up and stays lit until someone enters the car sounds like an invitation to a thief. Maybe that was Mother Hyundais' plan (to make a running car less conspicuous)?
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Starting the car remotely while it's parked on the street, in the dark, especially when the interior lights up and stays lit until someone enters the car sounds like an invitation to a thief. Maybe that was Mother Hyundais' plan (to make a running car less conspicuous)?
That's actually pretty smart. Thinking about it this way, you really don't want the light in the empty car.
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I'm not saying the interior lights should stay on when the car is simply started. My problem is that the interior lights don't come on when opening the door to get into the car. To me, it's more of a security risk to enter a dark vehicle.
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Do your hazard lights flash after a remote start? The Sonata's hazards flash after you start it, so annoying. I'm going to see if the Sonata's door lights come on, I can't remember.

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My hazards also blink while it's running but at a slower rate than normal. I agree it kind of adds unwanted attention.
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My hazards also blink while it's running but at a slower rate than normal. I agree it kind of adds unwanted attention.
If you all really have a concern call Blue Link and see what there response is. I spoke to them on renewing for 6 months for the essentials package and the rep asked me if I had any questions or concerns about Blue Link so they want to hear what you think.
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