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I can't resist. Once again taking a manual for an ICE and/or hybrid car to an EV has a hangover. No carbon dioxide from an EV. During the recent 3 day power outage in Texas, a lot of people moved into their EVs to sleep. This is from Page 272 of the UK owner’s manual for the Ioniq 5. I noticed in the title for the pdf it includes “tmp” so I expect a revision after more proof reading.
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Jaz, thanks for the link. I see on the Configuring the EV settings an option for utility mode. For Tesla fans, this looks like the Tesla camping mode and maybe dog mode.
 

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Jaz, thanks for the link. I see on the Configuring the EV settings an option for utility mode. For Tesla fans, this looks like the Tesla camping mode and maybe dog mode.
You can use a “Dog mode” feature if you let the car on with de AC running and closing the car with the phone taking the fob with you.


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Is this so the alarm isn't set off? Nice touch forcing the AC to be on to do this.
I think that the alarm only is activated when you use the fob to close the car, but not when you close it via BlueLink.
I said it becouse this Summer I Left several times the dogs inside the trunk using this method (with ventilators installed on the back seats to blow cold air to the trunk) and the alarm never was activated..


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I think that the alarm only is activated when you use the fob to close the car, but not when you close it via BlueLink.
I said it becouse this Summer I Left several times the dogs inside the trunk using this method (with ventilators installed on the back seats to blow cold air to the trunk) and the alarm never was activated..


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This is very good news because currently I can't lock my doors if the dog is in the car. The button to deactivate the internal sensor has never worked from the time I bought the car new. So far no one has bothered to open the car with the dog in there, but there's lots of dogs getting stolen recently and I'd prefer to keep my boy safe.
 
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