Oil Reset Procedure for Hyundai Veloster 2005-2021
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Hyundai Veloster for the year 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.
Hyundai Veloster oil reset procedure for the year 2005 through 2009
1. Turn the ignition to position On without starting the engine.
2. Press and hold the TRIP button until you enter to “User Setting” mode
3. Select “Maintenance” by pressing the RESET button
4. Select the desired maintenance schedule by pressing TRIP button to move and RESET button to select
5. Press the TRIP button for more than 2 seconds to come out of the Maintenance mode
Hyundai Veloster oil reset procedure for the year 2012 through 2020
1. Close all doors, gear to park position.
2. Press the push start button twice to turn the ignition on.
3. Press and hold the TRIP BUTTON until the USER SETTINGS appears, then press the RESET button to access the MAINTENANCE MENU.
4. Use the TRIP button to select MAINTENANCE then press the RESET button to ENTER
5. Press the TRIP button to scroll to ENGINE OIL then press RESET to enter.
7. Press the TRIP button to scroll the MILE for the next service interval schedule, then press the RESET button to SELECT.
8. Then navigate BACK then EXIT.
9. Turn off the ignition, Oil service maintenance reminder schedule reset is complete.
Hyundai Veloster oil reset procedure for the year 2019 through 2021
1. Turn your vehicle on.
2. Go to the ⚙️ USER SETTINGS mode
Then, use the ❏ button to cycle through the dash screen by pressing the button. Pressed the button again and again till you saw the USER SETTINGS or gear in the upper right corner of the screen.
3. Press the down button until you reach SERVICE INTERVAL and click OK
4. Select OK
5. Adjust Interval
About Hyundai Veloster
The Hyundai Veloster is a two-door coupé that was introduced by the company in 2011. Sales of the Veloster began in South Korea on March 10, 2011, and have been ongoing in the United States of America and Canada since the fall of 2011. Hyundai’s Premium Youth Lab is the brand name under which it is sold in South Korea. It was presented to the public for the first time on January 10, 2011, at the Detroit Auto Show, and it serves as a replacement for the Hyundai Tiburon, which was discontinued by Hyundai after the 2008 model year.
The automobile is distinguished from many of its rivals by having an asymmetrical door configuration, with one large door located on the side of the driver and two smaller doors located on the side of the passenger. This layout is more typical of minivans and other types of commercial vehicles. Blue Link is a brand new telematics system that Hyundai has introduced, and it comes standard on the Veloster in North America. Eventually, Blue Link will become standard on all Hyundai models. Customers are provided with a variety of services, including automatic crash notification, vehicle diagnostics, and remote control of various features of their vehicles via this system, which is analogous to OnStar in GM vehicles.
The car starts at GBP OTR in the United Kingdom (“on the road”, which includes delivery and 1st year VED). European models are divided into two trim levels: Veloster Coupe and Veloster Coupe Sport, with no option for tech or style packs. The sport model includes a panoramic sunroof, 18-inch wheels, and a full leather interior. Cars for the European market are equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission as standard, with the option of a DCT automatic transmission.