Oil Reset Procedure for Hyundai Elantra 2015-2020
Simple to follow oil reset procedure for Hyundai Elantra for the year 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Hyundai Elantra oil reset procedure for the year 2016 through 2019
1. Turn the key on
2. Go to the ? wrench icon
Press this ❏ button until you reach the ? wrench icon
3. Make sure you’re on the Service minder screen
4. Hold down the OK button
Hyundai Elantra oil reset procedure for the year 2015 through 2020
1. Please the gear to Park position, then close all doors.
2. Start the car engine.
3. Use the SCROLL BUTTON (2) on the steering to display the SERVICE REQUIRED (spanner symbol)
4. While the SERVICE REQUIRED is displayed. Press and hold the OK BUTTON (3) until the new MILE/DAY is set.
5. Turn off the ignition. Service required reminder reset is complete.
About Hyundai Elantra
At the 2006 New York International Auto Show, a redesigned sedan for the 2007 model year that was given the designation HD made its world debut. In Hyundai’s home market of South Korea, the HD continued to be marketed and sold under the Hyundai Avante name. It used a look that was popular in the 1960s and 1970s known as “coke bottle styling,” which was brought back into use.
The lineup of engines included a 1.6 L turbodiesel inline-four, as well as gasoline inline-four engines rated at 1.6 Gamma and 2.0 L Beta II. Every engine had a better ratio of power to fuel consumption. A manual transmission with five gears came standard, and an automatic transmission with four gears was available as an option.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) gave the Elantra a Good overall score in the frontal crash test and a Marginal overall score in the side impact test; however, all Hyundai Elantras manufactured after November 2009 earned a Good overall score in the side impact test. The IIHS gave the Elantra a Marginal overall score in the side impact test. The front and rear head curtain airbags as well as the front seat-mounted torso airbags were included as standard for the side airbags.
The world was first introduced to the fifth generation of the Avante at the Busan International Motor Show in April of 2010. It was given the codename “MD” for the sedan, “UD” for sedans made in the United States, and “JK” for the coupe. A brand new gasoline engine displacing 1.8 liters was fitted into it specifically for the North American market.
In some countries, it came equipped with a 1.6-liter gasoline direct-injection engine that was capable of producing 103 kW (138 horsepower) and 167 Nm (123 lb-ft) of torque. This engine was paired with either a new 6-speed automatic or manual transmission. The MPI version of the 1.6-liter engine that produces 128 horsepower was built for certain markets, such as the Middle East. Elantras equipped with a 1.6 GDI engine producing 132 horsepower and mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission were exported to the Israeli market.
The new model first went on sale in South Korea in August 2010, and sales of it as a 2011 model started between the end of 2010 and the beginning of the following year. The Los Angeles Auto Show in 2010 was the venue for the world premiere of the fifth-generation Elantra in the United States. It is propelled by a brand-new 1.8-liter Nu engine that generates 148 horsepower (145 horsepower-PZEV) and 131 pound-feet of torque (130 lb-ft-PZEV). The low drag coefficient of just 0.28 helped the vehicle achieve better fuel economy. Instead of the more traditional cast iron, the engine block for the Nu model is made of aluminum.