Hyundai Accent: Reset TPMS

The TPMS indicator light warns you when your tire pressure is too high or too low. Ignoring the TPMS warning and driving with under-inflated tires causes them to generate excess heat leading to increased wear and tear.

Instead of ignoring the TPMS warning, adjust tire pressure, then use the step-by-step guide below to reset TPMS on your Hyundai Accent.

2019 – 2022 Models

  1. Turn on the ignition but don’t start the engine.
  2. Locate the TPMS button underneath the steering wheel.
  3. Press and hold the TPMS button for at least ten seconds or until the TPMS light blinks three times.
  4. Release the TPMS button.
  5. Start the car, then wait for 20 seconds.
  6. The TPMS light should turn off.

2006 – 2018 Models

Before resetting TPMS on these Hyundai Accent models, ensure you have a TPMS relearn tool and an OBDII Module.

  1. Adjust the tire pressure to the tire pressure recommended on the placard.
  2. Select your Hyundai Accent details like the make and model year in your TPMS tool.
  3. Select OBDII on your TPMS Tool menu.
  4. Use the TPMS Tool to scan each sensor, starting with the left front tire and then the rest in the following order, RF, RR, and LR.
  5. Store all sensor IDs, then use the TPMS tool’s up and down arrows to select On-Board Diagnostic (OBD).
  6. Press the Enter button.
  7. Turn on the ignition without running the engine.
  8. Connect the OBDII connector to the TPMS tool and Hyundai Accent’s OBDII port. Ensure the OBDII port green light is on.
  9. Select Upload Car IDs on the TPMS Tool menu.
  10. Upload the previously-stored sensor IDs.
  11. Wait for a Relearn Complete message.
  12. After, turn off the ignition.
  13. Start your car and drive above 30 mph for fifteen minutes.
  14. Check to see if the TPMS light blinks.

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