TPMS Reset: Hyundai Genesis 2009-2019 Tire Pressure Sensor

TPMS Reset-Hyundai Genesis 2009-2019 Tire Pressure Sensor

Hyundai Genesis 2009-2019 Tire Pressure Monitoring System TPMS Reset

Easy to follow procedure on how to reset/relearn the TPMS service maintenance indicator warning light on Hyundai Genesis for the year 2009, 2014, 2015 and 2019.

Procedure using a TPMS Tool and OBDII Module

Relearn Procedure when Replacing a Sensor

1. Inflate all tires to the pressure listed on the vehicle placard.

2. Select a vehicle make, model and model year, which has OBDII support, in you TPMS Tool .

3. Select OBDII from your TPMS Tool menu.

4. Starting with the LF tire, use your TPMS Tool to scan each sensor in the following order: LF, RF, RR, LR (and full size spare if equipped).

5. After all sensor ID’s have been stored, use the TPMS Tool ▲ or ▼ button to move the cursor under the letters OBD. Then press the enter button.

6. Turn ignition to the ON position with the engine OFF (not the ACC position).

7. Connect the OBDII Connector to the TPMS Tool then to the vehicle’s OBDII port. Make sure your connection is secure and the green light, on the OBII Module, is on.

8. Select Upload Car IDs, from the TPMS Tool menu, and upload the sensor IDs.

9. When RELEARN COMPLETE / IDs UPLOADED TO CAR is displayed, the ID’s have been successfully uploaded.

10. Turn the ignition to the OFF position. Re‐scan each sensor.

11. Drive the vehicle above 30mph for at least 10 minutes and monitor the low tire pressure monitor to ensure it does not blink.

Note: These vehicles utilize two types of TPMS; lo‐line and hi‐line. Hi‐line systems show the driver individual tire positions and air pressures of all tires. Lo‐line systems do not show individual tire positions and only alter that one of the 4 tires is under inflated. Some models switched systems mid‐year, so be aware of the type of TPMS you are servicing.

OBDII Errors

If you see an error on the screen while performing an OBDII Relearn, check to make sure that the vehicle is in the ON position (not ACC). Also make sure all the connections are secure.

Errors E1 and E2 ‐ Reading Communication Errors
Make sure vehicle is ON and not ACC Check for secure connection.

Errors E3 and E6 ‐ Writing Communication Errors
Make sure vehicle is ON and not ACC Check for secure connection.

Error E4 – Wrong Set Error
Many Lexus vehicles can store more than one set of TPMS ID’s in ECU. Toggle the
vehicles selected set to the MAIN set. Then retry OBDII Relearn.

Error E5 ‐ Spare Tire Error
If you receive this error, and you did not upload a sensor ID for the spare, then this
vehicle requires a spare. If you did upload a spare, but you received this error,
then the vehicle does not store the ID in the ECU for the spare tire.

Procedure using another Properly Formatted Scan Tool

Relearn Procedure when Replacing a Sensor

1. Inflate all tires to the pressure listed on the vehicle placard.

2. Starting with the LF tire, use the scan tool to scan each sensor in the following order: LF, RF, RR, LR (and full size spare if equipped).

3. Turn ignition to the ON position with the engine OFF (not the ACC position).

4. Connect the scan tool to the OBDII port and upload the sensor IDs.

5. Turn the ignition to the OFF position. Re‐scan each sensor.

6. Drive the vehicle above 30mph for at least 10 minutes and monitor the low tire pressure monitor to ensure it does not blink.

 

About Hyundai Genesis

The Hyundai Genesis (Korean: 현대 제네시스) is an executive four-door, five passenger, rear or all-wheel-drive full-size luxury sedan manufactured and marketed by Hyundai. The Hyundai Genesis debuted in 2008 until Genesis spun off as a separate entity in 2017, rebadging the vehicle as the G80. Introduced in concept form at the 2007 New York International Auto Show, and internally designated as the BH model, the Genesis was expected to cost $533 million to develop. Hyundai began marketing the first generation Genesis worldwide (except in Europe) in 2008 as a “premium sports sedan”. The second generation Genesis (model DH) debuted in Seoul, Korea in November 2013 followed by the 2014 North American International Auto Show and Toronto Auto Show. It is marketed worldwide. On 4 November 2015, Hyundai officially separated Genesis into its own luxury division, Genesis Motor. The leap into a stand-alone, luxury brand came on the heels of marked success in the luxury market, paired with consumer demand for the Genesis name. (Source Wiki)

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