Electric Vehicle Service for 2018 Hyundai Ioniqs

Get Top-Notch Hyundai Ioniq Maintenance Service

Your Hyundai Ioniq isn’t just a car. It’s a part of your lifestyle. Keep it running newer, longer and schedule your routine maintenance appointment today.

2018 Hyundai Ioniq Maintenance

A little service can go a long way. Select a maintenance service below to learn about properly caring for your 2018 Hyundai Ioniq.

Questions About 2018 Hyundai Ioniq Electric Systems

  • Are Hyundai Ioniq electric vehicle systems more expensive to repair? It depends. Some high voltage items are only available as parts of larger units. We also offer promotional financing when you use the Firestone credit card.* (*Subject to credit approval.)
  • How do I know when to get new brakes on my Hyundai Ioniq? A brake check is one of the best ways to know for sure. Staying on top of your OEM maintenance intervals for Ioniq brakes helps, too. In general, however, front brake pad wear is less in electric vehicles thanks to regenerative braking.
  • My Hyundai Ioniq dashboard warning light is on. What should I do? A dashboard warning light means your Hyundai Ioniq needs some sort of attention. There may also be a high voltage system warning light on. Visit Firestone Complete Auto Care for an electric vehicle diagnostic.
  • What can cause my Ioniq to leak water? Electric cars use a receiver dryer assembly to help keep the A/C refrigerant free of contaminants, and this process can produce some condensation. When it’s warm outside, this condensation may drain under the vehicle. If you’ve been running the air conditioner in your Ioniq for some time, don’t be too concerned to find a bit of water under it. However, if you discover large amounts of water or any coolant leaking under your vehicle, you may have a problem with the cooling system or another component.
  • Who offers Ioniq repair near me? Firestone Complete Auto Car is your go-to destination for Hyundai Ioniq repair near you. Learn more about our low-voltage and high-voltage services.
  • How often should I get my Hyundai Ioniq vehicle serviced? Maintenance intervals for your Hyundai Ioniq depend heavily on your driving habits. For guidance, reference your owner’s manual. You should plan to stop by for tire rotations, brake inspections, and fluid checks according to your vehicle manufacturer's suggested maintenance schedule. You will also need routine A/C system, battery, and brake maintenance.

Bumper to Bumper Care for 2018 Hyundai Ioniq

The dealership isn't the only place you can have your Hyundai Ioniq serviced. From the front tires to the rear suspension, your neighborhood Firestone Complete Auto Care can maintain nearly all of the parts in your Hyundai Ioniq, too. Appointments are quick and easy to make. Book one for everyday services like tire service and repair, brake pad/rotor replacement, wheel alignment, A/C service, cabin air filter replacement, and even basic windshield wiper installation. Complete auto care is what we're all about. And your Hyundai Ioniq is in good hands with us. Book an appointment now for Ioniq electric car maintenance.

EV Services for Your 2018 Hyundai Ioniq

Has your Hyundai Ioniq been feeling a bit "off"? Maybe you've noticed slower acceleration, or it just doesn't feel as "peppy" as it once did. If that's the case, our technicians can run through a complimentary* electric/hybrid vehicle check to get a deeper understanding. Perhaps there is trouble inside your Ioniq's high voltage cooling system -- if the high voltage battery is running hot, it will limit the battery’s performance. Or, perhaps there are Diagnostic Trouble Codes stored in one of your Ioniq's electric modules? Firestone Complete Auto technicians are trained to provide conventional and low voltage services for all electric car makes and models, including 2018 Hyundai Ioniqs.

Certain Firestone stores also offer advanced/high voltage services for electric cars like Hyundai Ioniqs. High voltage services are any that include taking out the Hyundai's high voltage, service/safety disconnect plug/switch, servicing the high voltage battery pack, high voltage A/C compressor, or any high voltage electric machines/motors or high voltage cables, etc. Call ahead before making an appointment to confirm the high voltage services at your closest location.

Some of these high voltage electric vehicle services might include:

Electric vehicle diagnostic: Once we identify the symptoms, a diagnostic is the next step we take when you bring your 2018 Hyundai Ioniq in to identify the root cause. With those insights, your expert technician can further investigate any electric vehicle problems and decide if more analysis is required to complete the fix. We never perform repairs without your approval.

High voltage battery cooling inspection: Your technician will examine the Ioniq's high voltage battery filter, if applicable, and clean the battery's ducts. (This applies to air-cooled high voltage batteries.  Liquid-cooled or refrigerant-cooled high voltage batteries are inspected differently.)

High voltage cable inspection: The outer cable jackets and connectors on your 2018 Ioniq will be inspected and tested to ensure high voltage is NOT transferring to the chassis. Your technician will notify you if the cable is in need of replacement.

Isolation test: This test involves using a unique tool to see if any high voltage parts are "leaking" electric energy to the Ioniq's chassis.

Remove and replace high voltage battery: Is the battery in your Hyundai Ioniq dead? Electric vehicle batteries may need replacement sooner in hot climates or if you frequently use Level 3 fast-charging stations, since these chargers can heat the battery more. We can replace your electric vehicle's high voltage battery.

Health check for the power electronic systems: We'll review the power inverter, electric drive machine(s)/motor(s), and/or regenerative braking in your Hyundai Ioniq.

These are only a few of the special electric car services that could be available at your nearest Firestone Complete Auto Care. Call and ask!

Electric Vehicle Maintenance for Your 2018 Hyundai Ioniq

Don't wait for odd leaks, smells, or sounds to stop by for electric vehicle care. Taking care of your 2018 Hyundai Ioniq manufacturer suggested maintenance is an ideal way to help prevent major problems early on. Your local Firestone technicians know how to perform Ioniq scheduled maintenance to help keep your car running newer, longer.

We're doing what we can to reshape and improve electric vehicle service. By driving and taking care of an electric vehicle, you're right there with us! Book an appointment now for high-quality electric vehicle repair and service for your 2018 Hyundai Ioniq. Tons of locations are open in the evenings and over the weekend. Vehicle diagnostic and repair services cost extra. Participating stores only. Most vehicles.