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How to Reset Low Tire Pressure Warning Light in a 2007 Hyundai Azera.

garym1jgarym1j Posts: 46
edited April 11 in Hyundai

Tire warning light came on in 2007 Hyundai Azera. One tire was low and filled with 32 psi, normal opeating psi. All other tires were checked - all normal psi. Low tire pressure warning light remains on. How do I reset to cause the light to go off?

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  • garym1jgarym1j Posts: 46

    Boy, you guys are no help. I had to call my local service manager. He said to set the tires at 35 psi with engine running. Then he said, "you may have to drive it awhile before the light goes out". Conclusion: The 2007 Hyundai has no reset procedure to extinguish the light once illuminated. By the way, the picture of the instrument cluster in the car manual does not show a tire pressure low light. Nowhere in the book does it mention what the light is used for, and when it comes on, and after tire inflation, how to get it extinguished. Do we need some quality control in manual tech writing or what. ;)

  • bpeeblesbpeebles Posts: 4,085
    edited April 13

    As I recall, 2007 was the VERY FIRST year that TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) was mandated by Federal law. I suspect the owners-manual was printed before the vehicle had that feature.

  • oskidunker1oskidunker1 Posts: 213

    As I recall, early on under warranty, they replaced the module for this. There was a recall at some poit I am almost sure.

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