The TPMS indicator light is how your car alerts you when your tire pressure is too high or too low. Correct tire pressure is essential in managing fuel, preventing tire bursts, and reducing braking distance. You’re not alone if you’re struggling with resetting the TPMS on your Hyundai Sonata.
2020 – 2022 Models
You’ll require a TPMS Relearn tool to reset the TPMS in these Hyundai Sonata models.
- Turn on the ignition but don’t start the engine.
- Use the car’s Select or navigation button to enter the Vehicle tab menu.
- On the Tab menu, scroll to Tire Pressure Learn.
- Press and hold the Tick button or thumbwheel to enter Relearn Mode.
- Wait for a confirmation message.
- Press the Tick button to confirm the Tire Learning Active message.
- Starting with the front tire on the driver’s side, place the relearn tool against the tire next to the valve stem. Press the button to turn on the sensor.
- Repeat the process for the other tires.
- After, you’ll hear a chip sound to confirm a sensor reset.
- After resetting the last tire, turn off the ignition.
- Start the car and drive for 20 minutes at over 20mph.
- The TPMS light should go off.
2007 – 2018 Models
- Drive your car over 50 mph for at least 15 minutes.
- After, turn the ignition on without starting the engine.
- Locate the TPMS reset button, typically on the right side or underneath the steering wheel.
- Press and hold the TPMS reset button until the TPMS light flashes three times.
- Release the button.
- Start the car and leave the engine running for at least 20 minutes.
- The TPMS indicator light should go off after this.