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MyHyundai App Alerts Drivers to DTCs

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Aug. 25, 2016—Hyundai announced Tuesday that it has debuted its new mobile app for Hyundai owners, called MyHyundai. 

The new app combines features previously seen in the separate Blue Link and Car Care mobile apps. With the new app, owners are able to remote start their vehicle, schedule service, and get vehicle diagnostics, among other features. Hyundai says even more features will be added to the app in the future. 

The app will also alert Blue Link subscribers of an active diagnostic trouble code (DTC) and the severity of the problem.

“Hyundai is constantly striving to make things better. Bundling all of these great services into one app simplifies and enhances the ownership experience for our customers,” said Barry Ratzlaff, executive director, digital business planning and connected operations, Hyundai Motor America. “The ‘There Is an App for That’ movement has caused a lot of clutter on cellphones and we hope our approach keeps that clutter down to a minimum. Look for Hyundai to continue to deliver more through this one-app solution.”

Other features include access to vehicle service history, recall notifications, service reminders, car care tips, and remote operation of locks, climate control, lights and horn. 

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