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New VN owner here. Am loving this car!! Is there a way to program a garage door button?
Cant seem to find anything in the manuals....
 

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New VN owner here. Am loving this car!! Is there a way to program a garage door button?
Cant seem to find anything in the manuals....
This was literally the first thing my father asked when he came into town on Vacation and needed to run an errand in the car.

He could not believe that the car didn't have a garage door button somewhere and spent quite awhile trying to find where it would be. The answer to my knowledge is that there is no programmable garage door button on this car.
 

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There is no 'Homelink' option on the N (at least, not in the US, and not that I'm aware of -- I looked when I was shopping). I do wish it had it, it has all those other buttons on the rearview. But alas... My Evo didn't have it, either, so it's not like I wasn't already used to that. :D
 

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Very minor annoyance, but, yes, with all the buttons on the rear mirror and the infotainment tablet and bluelink already there, you'd think a spot for a very common daily interaction with the garage remote would be provided.

But it's not.

I'm putting my remote in the sunglasses dropdown tray, at least for now.

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- Joe
 

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i replaced my rear view mirror with a hyundai homelink version, there is some light wiring that is needed, but it's been working well. Looks stock (should have been stock).
 

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i replaced my rear view mirror with a hyundai homelink version, there is some light wiring that is needed, but it's been working well. Looks stock (should have been stock).
We need more information on this. Do you have pictures or links to parts or something?


-Sam
 

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I got mine from eBay. It's the Hyundai Sonata 2012-2016 Auto-dimming mirror with Bluelink and Homelink. While I was up there, I wired in my V1 as well.


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I got mine from eBay. It's the Hyundai Sonata 2012-2016 Auto-dimming mirror with Bluelink and Homelink. While I was up there, I wired in my V1 as well.


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Nice work! I read somewhere that those wouldn't fit? Do all the buttons work okay? Any special wiring considerations we need? If not, I'm going to be ordering two. Both my son and my wife just bought a 2020 Hyundai Veloster N. One is blue and one is white.

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The mirror itself fit perfectly. The wiring is pretty straight forward; I'd splurge on some better wire splitters/splicers than what come in the pack, but they'll do fine. I'd also pick up a trim removal tool (if you don't already have one) just to make the disassembly easier.I pretty much followed the advice in this thread .

Both my son and my wife just bought a 2020 Hyundai Veloster N. One is blue and one is white.
Nice! Any other plans in the works?

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The mirror itself fit perfectly. The wiring is pretty straight forward; I'd splurge on some better wire splitters/splicers than what come in the pack, but they'll do fine. I'd also pick up a trim removal tool (if you don't already have one) just to make the disassembly easier.I pretty much followed the advice in this thread .



Nice! Any other plans in the works?

--JamesT
One more item to bother you. Did you use P/N: 3Q062-ADU00 ?

We've added the ADD-W1 catch cans on both and I've added Paint Protection Film on the front end of the blue one and tint and my son will be adding tint on the white one. We've also added SLIP-LO protection on the front end on both as well. At some point I'm sure we're going to have to add some go fast parts, but I don't want to mess with the warranty.

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Just paid for them. I will be installing them soon.

On another note, I was also able to find a hose to better match the oil catch cans. Normally the hose comes out of the catch can and makes a 90 degree turn down into the motor. I ordered a hose with a 90 degree bend that should completely eliminate that hose so we'll see how it works out. If all is good, I'll post a part number.


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Just an fyi, a good silicone tube will not kink like rubber and can withstand almost 500 degrees. When the rubber ones start to crack on mine I am going with silicone replacements.

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Just an fyi, a good silicone tube will not kink like rubber and can withstand almost 500 degrees. When the rubber ones start to crack on mine I am going with silicone replacements.

Br,

-Mike
I've always wondered if you need vacuum-specific silicone hoses since they have to be crush-resistant when they're under vacuum pressure. Some of the vacuum lines in my old 2003 Dodge Neon SRT-4 were nylon hard lines, I believe.

-Sam
 
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