Where is the reset button for the TPMS light on the Hyundai Sonata?

Asked by Feb 11, 2015 at 08:18 AM about the 2010 Hyundai Sonata Limited

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There is likely no reset button. If the TPMS light is on you either have a tire with low air pressure or an issue with the TPMS system. Check the air in the tires.

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Simple to reset. Follow these directions: 1. while car is on push the brake pedal 4 times slowly. 2. Put on emergency lights 3. put on the the high beams 4. Beep the horn 11 times 5. shut the car off for 3 -4 hours then check the gauge should be working now!

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