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๐Ÿš™ BlueLink

Unofficial Python API wrapper for Hyundai's Bluelinkยฎ. Allows you to remotely control your Hyundai car via Python.

Installing

pip install bluelink

Documentation

Documentation can be found below. See code for more details.

Using

You can use this module either through the built-in CLI, or directly through Python. lock, unlock, start, stop, find, and odometer are supported.

CLI

Note that every individual command will sign-in in to BlueLink. If you plan on chaining commands, you should use the Python API.

$ export BLUELINK_EMAIL=<email>
$ export BLUELINK_PASSWORD=<password>
$ export BLUELINK_PIN=<pin>

$ bluelink cars
Elantra - <vin>
Santa Fe - <vin>

$ bluelink <vin> lock
Locking...

$ bluelink <vin> unlock
Unlocking...

# 'dsh' stands for 'driver seat heat'
# 'psh' stands for 'passenger seat heat'
$ bluelink <vin> start --duration=10 --temp="LO" --defrost --dsh=4 --psh=4
Starting...

$ bluelink <vin> stop
Stopping...

$ bluelink <vin> find
Latitude: <latitude>
Longitude: <longitude>

$ bluelink <vin> odometer
7,643

Python

The Python wrapper comes with two classes: BlueLink and Car. The former is the main class that allows logging into the service, and the latter is a wrapper for specific cars linked to the account.

from bluelink import BlueLink

# Logins to BlueLink. You may also choose to set the username, password, 
# and pin via environment variables (same convention as the CLI) and
# leave the arguments blank.
bl = BlueLink(email='<email>', password='<password>', pin='<pin>')
bl.login()

# Prints the BlueLink object.
print(bl) # BlueLink(email=<email>, is_logged=True)

# Print all of the cars in the account. 'cars' is a standard dictionary.
for vin, car in bl.cars.items():
    print(vin, car) # <vin> Car(nickname=<nickname>, bluelink=<has_bluelink>)

# Gets the first car.
elantra = bl.cars['<vin>']

elantra.lock() # Returns True if successful.
elantra.unlock() # Returns True if successful.
elantra.start(
    duration=10, 
    temp="LO", 
    defrost=True,
    driver_seat_heat=4,
    passenger_seat_heat=4,
) # Returns True if successful.
elantra.stop() # Returns True if successful.
elantra.find() # Returns a tuple of (latitude, longitude).
elantra.odometer # Returns an integer. Note this is a property, and not a method.

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