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LF SONATA PHEV Emergency Response Guide
  NEW THINKING. NEW POSSIBILITIES. Plug-in Emergency Response Guide    ntroduction Sonata Plug-in Hybrid Identification - General Vehicle Description - Identifying a Hyundai Plug-in Hybrid Sonata Plug-in Hybrid main systems - Key Specifications - Vehicle Components Location - Vehicle Components - Plug-in Hybrid System Operation - Airbag system (SRS : Supplemental Restraint System) Emergency procedures - Initial response: Identify, Immobilize and Disable - Extraction Operations - Submersion - Vehicle Fire - High-Voltage Battery Damage and Fluid Leaks Roadside Assistance - Towing - To Jump Start the Car Contents 2 2 2 7 7 8 9 14 16 16 22 22 23 24 25 26  Document Purpose The purpose of this document is to familiarize emergency responders and the towing/roadside assistance industry with the proper methods to handle the Hyundai Sonata Plug-in Hybrid in an emergency situation. This guide offers a basic overview of key vehicle systems and provides instructions for dealing with the different types of situations encountered by emergency responders. The emergency response procedures for this vehicle are somewhat similar to a conventional Sonata with additional information provided on dealing with the high-voltage electrical system. Vehicle Description As with other plug-in hybrids, the Hyundai Sonata Plug-in Hybrid uses a conventional gasoline powered internal combustion engine paired with a high-voltage electric motor to propel the vehicle. The high-voltage battery is recharged by an external power source such as a charging station through charging port. It is also recharged while the vehicle is being driven. This is accomplished through the use of a generator that produces electricity during driving and braking. Introduction 1  Sonata Plug-in Hybrid Identification 2 General Vehicle Description The Hyundai Sonata Plug-in Hybrid is built on a conventional Sonata chassis and therefore the four door sedan looks very similar to its conventional counterpart with a few notable exceptions. The safest method is to assume that any Sonata you respond to is a Hybrid vehicle until proven otherwise. Using the information provided in this section, responders will be able to differentiate between the two. Identifying a Hyundai Plug-in Hybrid vehicle Plug-in Hybrid badge on Trunk and Blue Drive badge on side of Vehicle   The Hyundai Sonata Plug-in Hybrid can be easily identified by the Plug-in Hybrid badge located on the trunk lid and the Blue Drive badge on the both sides of the vehicle, beside the charging port cap on the left side of the vehicle. Electrocution Risk Badging can become hidden after a crash due to damage to the vehicle. Always be sure to utilize additional methods if identification before determining there is no badge present.
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