My Hyundai Elantra 2014 No have Cruise and Audio Controls
my 2014 Hyundai Elantra brings no hands free, bluetooth radio or cruise and
audio controls in the guide, come some way? or anyone has any way?
Here try this...After market available too. https://www.hyundaiusa.com/BlueTooth/ VEHICLE PAIRING INSTRUCTIONS Vehicle must be in park to complete the phone pairing process. 1. Push the SETUP button. 2. Select 'PHONE' by rotating the VOLUME knob , then press ENTER button to select. 3. Select 'PAIR' by rotating the VOLUME knob , then push the knob to select. 4. Enable Bluetooth® on your phone. 5. Select 'ELANTRA' from the Bluetooth® device list on your mobile phone and input the passkey displayed on the screen. Continue pairing. 6. After pairing is completed, transfer of the contact list* to the audio system will begin (if your phone is supported). - Some phones may request approval to download contact list* to the audio system. (If approval is not granted, the phone may frequently disconnect or not download contact list*.) - This process may take a few minutes depending on the phone make, model, and number of entries in the contact list*. *The contact list display may start with either first or last name depending on the phone make and model.
apparently did not explain well, it turns out that my car does not have this system, and I wonder if I can install bluetooth and cruise control, as my elantra not bring it. sorry for my bad English.
I'm having the same problem on my 2015 Elantra gls no cruise control button or Bluetooth
I have a 2015 bare bones L (not limited) model. No cruise or bluetooth either. I did order OEM Hyundai steering wheels switches through eBay. Both sides, so the one that is in your car now will come out. Make sure you order them with the little wiring harness as it needs to be replaced too. Voila. Once in, all of a sudden you have cruise. Should work for 2014 and up. The other buttons now give you audio functions over your radio. As for Bluetooth, you'll have to do more (even though you now have the buttons). You'll have to get a replacement radio from a wrecker and replace yours. I believe Hyundai does not VIN lock their radios, but can't confirm as I haven't done this yet. I plan to try soon. May need to run a microphone too which could be a pain since I think cars with BT already have them in the roof lining. So without, you may not really gain all BT functions.
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