I need to cancel my tire pressure indicator as there are now no longer pressure issues
2017 Hyundai Tucson 1.6 SE NAV BDR

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Ray Owens
Driver
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Problem added: Oct 28, 2020 (9 months ago)
I was getting low tire pressure alarms, however they are now resolved. The tire pressure indicator still displays, I wish to cancel it.

Car details
Car: Hyundai Tucson
Variant: 1.6 SE NAV BDR
Model Year: 2017
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Ray Owens
Driver
1 points

Oct 28, 2020 (9 months ago)
Aren't you supposed to provide me with a fix . . .
I need to cancel the tire pressure display on the instrument panel. You must have an answer to something as simple as this otherwise what is the point of you being out there.
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whittingehame
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Oct 28, 2020 (9 months ago)
" Aren't you supposed to provide me with a fix "
No. I and others are not employed by Autoinsider . We only volunteer or opinions and suggestions and are not on here all the time .


Different opinions ,

To reset the tire pressure monitor or tpms system in your 2017 hyundai tucson vehicle, turn the ignition key to the "on" position and depress the tpms button, usually located under the dash, until the tpms light blinks several times. start your vehicle and let it run for at least 20 minutes and your tpms system should be reset.
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To reset the tpms on the 2018 hyundai tucson make sure the tire pressure is correct, then turn on the vehicle. now hit the reset button that is to the right of the steering wheel and wait ten minutes. in some cases you may need to hold the button down till the light flashes.
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There is no option to reset low tire pressure on Hyundai Tucson, if you're seeing the warning symbol and all your vehicle's tires have recommended pressure, then you will have to visit your Hyundai dealership to get all the sensors checked by a professional.
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Ray Owens
Driver
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Oct 28, 2020 (9 months ago)
Replying to post by whittingehame:
" Aren't you supposed to provide me with a fix "
No. I and others are not employed by Autoinsider . We only volunteer or opinions and suggestions and are not on here all the time .


Different opinions ,

To reset the tire pressure monitor or tpms system in your 2017 hyundai tucson vehicle, turn the ignition key to the "on" position and depress the tpms button, usually located under the dash, until the tpms light blinks several times. start your vehicle and let it run for at least 20 minutes and your tpms system should be reset.
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To reset the tpms on the 2018 hyundai tucson make sure the tire pressure is correct, then turn on the vehicle. now hit the reset button that is to the right of the steering wheel and wait ten minutes. in some cases you may need to hold the button down till the light flashes.
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There is no option to reset low tire pressure on Hyundai Tucson, if you're seeing the warning symbol and all your vehicle's tires have recommended pressure, then you will have to visit your Hyundai dealership to get all the sensors checked by a professional.
Thank you one and all for coming up with your kind suggestions. I will try them out and report back on how successful they've been.
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bustedknuckles
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2,304 points

Oct 28, 2020 (9 months ago)
Would adjust tyre pressures to correct settings and it’s either a reset through your menu or run car to adjust ,no specialist kit required other than tyre pressure guage
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Ray Owens
Driver
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Oct 28, 2020 (9 months ago)
I couldn't clearly identify which switch was the TPMS. However, on pressing the most likely candidates I seem to have perhaps inadvertently solved the problem. The tyre pressure indicator no longer appears.

Thanks again for your help.
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whittingehame
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Oct 28, 2020 (9 months ago)
Good you got it fixed , thanks for updating the forum .
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