Hyundai Tucson: Reset TPMS

This guide shows you how to reset the TPMS on the Hyundai Tucson. When one of the tires on your vehicle has low pressure, the TPMS system shows you a low-pressure warning on the dashboard. You’ll also see a lingering low-pressure warning light on the instrument cluster.

There is no TPMS reset button on the Hyundai Tucson. So after balancing the tire pressure appropriately, you need to reset the TPMS to eliminate the message and warning light.

2005-2022 Models

To reset the TPMS manually, inflate the tire with low pressure, then drive the vehicle for a while. Follow these steps to get rid of the warning message and light:

  1. Park the vehicle.
  2. Turn on the ignition.
  3. Press the Mode button on the steering wheel repeatedly until the Settings menu appears on the screen. This button has a square-like symbol.
  4. Use the down 🔽 arrow key to scroll to the Tire Pressure screen.
  5. Check the pressure of each tire.
  6. The tire on low pressure will show on the screen.
  7. Inflate the tire until you reach the recommended pressure.
  8. Start the engine.
  9. Drive the vehicle for a while, and the warning light and message should disappear.

4 thoughts on “Hyundai Tucson: Reset TPMS”

  1. Under your observations the CAR is resetting the TPMS not you. What 2022 Tucson owners want to know is how do you get rid of the TPMS warning when the tyres are at the correct pressure and the TPMS doesn’t reset itself?

  2. There is no reset button on the 2022 Tucson model. I changed winter to summer tires and three tires read low pressure. Recommended tire pressure is 35psi. Inflate to that and the low pressure lights will reset on there own.


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