I have a 2015 hyundai sonata hybrid limited. the indicator on my dash which i looked up is called a (soc) state of charge. i've notice now that the indicator will go all the way over to high.

Asked by Feb 12, 2017 at 01:48 PM about the 2015 Hyundai Sonata Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i want to know is this normal? i have been looking for anything and can't find
an answer about that only if it's low and that is not the problem i am having. i
never leave nothing to block the hybrid battery. can someone answer this for
me?

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Best to check with your local Hyundai Dealer or your owner's manual on this. If you don't have the owner's manual there's a website called "just give me the damn manual" (no joke) and if your manual is available it's a free download. You should be able to talk to a service advisor at the Hyundai Dealer without making an appointment or anything. Just explain that you want to know exactly what this indicator is telling you. HTH. -Jim

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Your car dosent have a warranty

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