NOTHING else is plugged in. I do have a dash cam but still sitting on the work bench so that might cause some problems in the future. There is a USB in the port filled with music, but not in media mode on the radio. And even so, the drain would be too low.
I guess some don't understand my problem. THIS MESSAGE IS LUDICROUS, STUPID, UNNEEDED, ETC., ON A VEHICLE WITH A FULLY CHARGED BATTERY. Once the battery drops into the 11 volt range, I might be able to understand. But this tiny four cylinder should be able to start with about 11.6 volts. Heck, from experience, I have started a 6.6L duramax at a battery showing 11.4 volts and it not only has four more very large cylinders, the starter motor is draws a heck of a lot more current than the one on the 2.5L.
Discussing this with Hyundai, they need to offer a way to shut this message off, or give a person an option....ON, OFF, or ON when the vehicle drops to the 11 volt range. Three choices. It makes NO sense to not allow someone to shut it off when they give you the choice to shut off some safety features.
The biggest factor is, senseless idling of an engine has some legal repercussions in over 31 difference states (USA) and in one state, under certain circumstances idling a gas or diesel engine over two or three minutes in certain areas can get you a ticket.
And this car has the Idle stop and go feature to save fuel; however, at least on my vehicle, if I want to relax at a rest area or truck stop of just on an exit ramp for 30-45 minutes with the radio on I will have to push the **** button every five minutes and waste fuel and pollute.
Just wondering how the great green lobby will love this feature on Hyundai (maybe Kia too). Does Hyundai really need more bad publicity? I like the vehicle, but I am planning on a three month trip this summer throughout the USA from Idaho, to the Fl Keys, up to Maine, and back home, with many stops in between in many states. I will be traveling easily 600-800 miles a day, I will want to stop about every two hours, get out walk around, go back and get a 30 minute power nap WITH THE RADIO ON, then get back on the road. With this feature, it cannot be done. This is how I do my traveling now since I hit the 70s and I don't plan on changing for my safety.
Not much else to talk about, I've tried all different ways, except standing upside down on the seat with my legs sticking out of the sunroof and that **** message appears, and the radio shuts off after five minutes.
I call it BS regardless of what others think. One person at Hyundai thinks I want them to purchase the vehicle back...I DON'T. **** I have two sets of tires (odd size on this vehicle too), I have invested in many options just for this vehicle, I have added sound proofing to the cargo area, etc., so I want to keep it, but I want that stupid warning never to appear with over 12 volts.