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Oil Reset Procedure: Hyundai Equus 2014-2016

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Oil Reset Procedure Hyundai Equus 2014-2016

Oil Reset Procedure for Hyundai Equus 2014-2016

 

 

Simple to follow oil reset procedure for Hyundai Equus for the year 2014, 2015 and 2016.

 

 

Hyundai Equus oil reset procedure for the year 2014

1.Start the engine.

2. If a service is due the display will show “Service required”. To reset this message, locate and press the OK or left pointing arrow button located at the top right of the steering wheel for more than 1 second.

3. The service interval will be reset to the default setting.

*The service interval feature has to be turned on and set by the user by accessing the INFORMATION menu. Press the MODE button (rectangle incons) on the top right of the steering wheel to highlight the INFORMATION menu. Press the OK or left pointng arrow button to access the menu and use the directional keypad to turn the SERVICE INTERVAL mode on and set the applicable interval.

4. Turn the ignition off and then start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset.

Hyundai Equus oil reset procedure for the year 2014 through 2015

1. Start engine.

2. If “SERVICE REQUIRED” is displayed, then reset by pressing the “OK” button on the bottom right of the steering wheel for more than 1 second.

3. Turn the ignition off.

Hyundai Equus oil reset procedure for the year 2010 through 2016

1. Start the engine.

2. While the SERVICE LIGHT (Spanner/wrench) Light is displayed. Press and hold the OK BUTTON to reset.

3. Turn off the ignition. The service required reset is complete.

 

 

 

About Hyundai Equus

From 1999 until 2016, Hyundai produced and sold the full-size luxury sedan known as the Equus. It featured a front-mounted engine, rear-wheel drive, four doors, and seating for five passengers. The word “horse” derives its name, “equus,” from the Latin language.

The second generation of the Genesis was introduced by Hyundai in 2009 and featured a rear-wheel drive platform. It was designed to compete with the BMW 7 Series, Mercedes S-Class, Audi A8, and Lexus LS.

As of the month of August in 2014, the second generation is marketed and sold as the Hyundai Centennial in the countries of South Korea, Russia, China, the United States of America, Canada, Central America, and South America. It is also available in the Middle East.

On November 4, 2015, Hyundai made the official announcement that the Genesis model would be spun off into its own luxury vehicle division called Genesis Motor. This division would be responsible for producing luxury vehicles. The Genesis G90 is the new name for the vehicle that will succeed the Hyundai Equus in 2016. [8] (EQ900 in Korea until 2018).

1999 marked the debut year for the full-size sedans produced by both Hyundai Motors and Mitsubishi Motors. Hyundai announced that it would be producing a full-size sedan to compete in the Korean market with vehicles such as the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and the BMW 7 Series. In point of fact, it was going up against its domestic adversary, which was the SsangYong Chairman. Although the Hyundai Equus was a huge hit in Korea, the automaker only exported a small number of examples to other countries. In order to gauge the response of customers in the United States, one was shipped over for the 2001 New York International Auto Show. Hyundai referred to the vehicle to buyers in the United States as the Hyundai LZ450 luxury sedan; however, the car was never actually offered for sale in the United States.

Mitsubishi Motors designed the first generation, which had its own version called the Proudia. Both companies worked together to create it.

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