I would like to know are there any 2007 to 2010 Santa Fe driver out there in Ontario Canada who has ever obtained a password from their dealership for the limp home(override) procedure of the immobolization system . I just took delevery of my new 2010 Santa Fe two weeks ago and the dealer only gave me two new chipped keys for use to start the car. But the dealership never gave me the password for the two keys. They said they do not have the password and do not oeven know what the limp home procedure is (which is stated in page 4/3 of the 2010 owner's manual.) It is nice to know that Hyndai has such a procedure which can override the immobolization in case of any failure in it causing the car to become non-startable. Even the procedure is in place, I cannot perform it without the password. Also, from other forums here, I have learnt that the American SF models are not equipped with the immolization system so this particular procedure is typically for canadian drivers.
Why would Hyundai publish this procedure on the owner's manual if the local dealerships here cannot provide teh necessary password? Can any Ontario SF driver please provide some insight on this matter please?