how to reset the TPMS on a 2020 Santa Fe Ultimate? where is the rest button

Asked by Guru9ZDX6T Nov 25, 2020 at 03:39 AM about the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe XL Limited Ultimate AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can not reset the TPMS on a 2020 Santa Fe Ultimate. Where is the reset
button?

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Having the same problem with mine. Due to living in Ohio, the cold weather “change” in pressure activated the low pressure warning on 2 of the tires. I did add a little bit of air to bring it back up to the recommended 33psi cold, and pressure now shows accurate, but I still set the low pressure warning with the same two tires, and the low pressure indicator stays lit. I shouldn’t have to take it to a dealer if I add pressure to a tire. I just want to turn the warning off.

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