How to Reset Tire Pressure Light on Your Hyundai Vehicle

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Is your tire pressure light still on, even after you’ve inflated the tires on your new or pre-owned Hyundai car, truck, or SUV? You might have to reset it to get the notification to go away. Your TPMS, or tire pressure monitoring system, is essential to the safety of your Crete vehicle.

However, your TPMS can malfunction, and the light can remain on after you’ve resolved the problem. Running into mechanical issues with your TPMS light? Find out how to reset tire pressure lights with the service experts at Sid Dillon Hyundai below!

How to Reset Your Tire Pressure Light: 4 Possible Solutions

Normally, once you properly inflate your tires, the tire pressure light should turn off automatically. Nevertheless, if it remains on, Omaha drivers have four methods of getting rid of the alert:

  • Remove All Electricity from the Car: With the vehicle off, disconnect the positive battery cable with a wrench. Turn the car on and honk the horn for about three seconds. This will discharge any power still stored in the vehicle. Then, reconnect the battery.
  • Inflate and Deflate Tires: Inflate all tires to 3 PSI over their recommended amount, then deflate them completely. Be sure to include the spare tire, as it may have a sensor as well. Once they’re all deflated, reinflate to the recommended tire pressure.
  • Restart the Car: With the vehicle off, turn the key to the “On” position, but don’t start the car. Hold the TPMS reset button until the tire pressure light blinks three times, then release it. Start the car and wait 20 minutes for the sensor to refresh. The tire pressure monitor reset button is usually located beneath the steering wheel. If you can’t find it, check the user’s manual.
  • Drive at High Speeds: Drive at or above 50 mph to reset the sensor for 10 minutes. This can cause your sensor to reset the next time you turn on the car.

Visit Sid Dillon Hyundai Today

Knowing how to reset tire pressure lights is important, however, there’s more to Hyundai vehicle maintenance than that. If you’re still dealing with tire-related issues in greater Seward, your best next step is to schedule a service appointment at our Lincoln Service Center today! We’re more than happy to provide you with certified tire service, as well as provide you with veteran advice!


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