Question about 2007 Hyundai Sonata 3.3

1 Answer

Can you put air in nitrogen filled tires - 2007 Hyundai Sonata 3.3

Posted by on

1 Answer

  • Level 1:

    An expert who has achieved level 1.

    Corporal:

    An expert that hasĀ over 10 points.

    Problem Solver:

    An expert who has answered 5 questions.

  • Contributor
  • 17 Answers

Yes

Posted on Feb 17, 2012

1 Suggested Answer

6ya6ya
  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

Hi,
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
goodluck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

3 Answers

Does nitrogen make a difference in tires?


Yes it does and it is important for aircraft tires and tires on higher end race cars but for the average motorist it is complete a waste of money.
It is a means for tire dealers and others to "upsell" customers to a very profitable product that they do not need and will be of very dubious benefit to them. Don't let them con you and here is why if you are interested in reading further.

1. You cannot get pure nitrogen in your car tires unless the tires are completely free of air to begin with and then filled in a vacuum. But they are not. They have air in them when they are filled. Further, unless you test the nitrogen going into your tires from the fill station you have no way of knowing if it is even 100% pure and often it will not be because of quality control issues..

2. Air is about 78% nitrogen in any event. Most of the rest is Oxygen and the remainder other gasses including Co2. Oxygen leaks out through the walls of the tires very slowly over time and what is left is a higher % of nitrogen. Then when you add air to your tires the oxygen in that air will slowly leak out and the cycle continues. So over time, just by adding air to your tires as they slowly lose some pressure, the % nitrogen content will increase as the oxygen will continue to very slowly leak through the fabric of the tire much faster than nitrogen which is very slow.

I saw one independent test which tested the pure nitrogen content of 2 tires, one that had a fresh nitrogen fill and another that had only used air over a couple of years. The tire which had only used air to fill it had a higher nitrogen content. Nitrogen fill = BIG FAIL in that case.

3. If you have paid for a nitrogen fill and you check your tire pressures and find they need topping up are you going to drive around to find a business with nitrogen available or are you going to just top up with air any how? Most people will just add air because they need it now and the gas station is open and convenient.

4. Aircraft and higher end race cars will use nitrogen rather than straight air primarily for one reason:
The pressures in the tires will not increase with heat and decrease when cold. They are stable.
Stable pressures are important for aircraft tires and for race tires(because the handling of the race car can be sensitive at high speeds to small changes in tire pressures. Funnily enough I never used nitrogen in my race car tires and nor did any of my competitors when I was racing. We just did not bother and set our tire pressures knowing how much they would quickly increase after a couple of laps).

But that is not an issue for passenger car tires. You fill them cold at or above the recommended pressure and, when you drive, the tires warm up from friction and the pressure increases by a few pounds which is not a negative issue. When the tires cool, the pressure drops slightly which again is not a problem because you always set your tires pressures cold. When you need to add air you can and you don't have to find a business that can do a nitrogen top up for you.

5. For 15 - 20 dollars you can buy a good tire gauge which you can use to check you tire pressures cold. When you need to add air you can and it is free. Normally I just over pressure the tires by a few pounds at the gas station and adjust them at home with my tire gauge when the tires are cold. It is simple and just check your pressures every 2 weeks or so at home at your leisure with your tire gauge.

Paying a bunch of money for a nitrogen fill and then having to pay again when you need to top them up is ridiculous for a road car. Using Nitrogen is no guarantee against slow leaks in your tires which can occur with a slightly faulty tire valve or a very tiny puncture or a leak under the tire beading where the tire wall contacts the wheel rim. So using Nitrogen does not alleviate the need to regularly check your tire pressures anyhow and to then adjust them when they drop below the recommended pressure or below your preferred higher tire pressure.

6. Finally the proponents of expensive nitrogen tire fills will tell you you need to use nitrogen or your wheels will corrode. They claim that the tiny amount of water vapour in air will cause condensation inside the tire and cause the inner surface of your wheels to corrode. This is complete nonsense. Your car will be dead long before your wheels will corrode from that. Any wheel corrosion that is possible from failure of the layers of paint protection is much more likely from the outside of the wheel which is totally unprotected from the elements, brake dust, scraping the wheels on kerbs and gutters, harsh wheel cleaners etc etc. I am yet to replace a car wheel due to corrosion, let alone corrosion on the inside of the wheel rim protected by the tire. Have you?

Dec 02, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

Tip

Save money and get better gas milage and many more benifits!


Have your tires filled with nitrogen about 10.00 per tire. nitrogen is a dryer2_bing.gif, more stable gas that's less prone to changes in pressure due to heat or cold. Nitrogen has long been used in aircraft tires and in the tires of race cars Putting nitrogen in your tires will increase your fuel efficiency because properly inflated tires will reduce rolling resistance, which can mean as much as a 3 percent better mileage than a car with under-inflated tires. Nitrogen will not degrade the interior rubber of the tire or corrode the wheels, since it contains no oxygen or water vapor -- both present in the atmosphere we breathe and pump into our tires. When it comes down to a dollar decision, it's hard to argue that spending as much as $40 for nitrogen in a set of tires is a good fiscal move.Also it will cure a intermitten low pressure light

on Apr 18, 2010 | Ford Explorer Cars & Trucks

1 Answer

Tire sensor light comes on every so often pressure is right how do i turn light off crv 2010 honda


The trouble with Tire Pressure Sensors (TPS) is that they are in my opinion, too sensitive. Even a drop in tire pressure of 2 PSI seems to set them off. You may notice that the light comes on in the morning (when it's cool) but goes off after a short drive. Once your tires have warmed up (either from an outside temperature increase or by road friction) the air in the tire expands, increasing the tire pressure slightly, -usually satisfying the TPS and the light goes out.

I've used both of these methods to solve this issue: Get your tires filled with nitrogen (less expansion/contraction than air) or you could increase the tire pressure at the air filling station by few PSI.

Nov 01, 2014 | Honda CR-V Cars & Trucks

1 Answer

What is the correcttyre pressures for a nissan almera 1.5 for driving on motorways


Almera's are not imported into the USA, so I haven't any specifications on your car. However, if you look either on the driver's side door pillar on when you open the glove box and look down on the door, the recommended pressures are there. Be careful, I, do not know when Nissan srartied useing Nitrogen in their tires in other countries on certain model cars. It should also saysomething like CAUTION: tires require Nitrogen and do not use regular air to fill them up. Check your owner's manuel, it will also tell you in there what the settings are as well as if the tires require Nitrogen.

Jul 30, 2014 | 2005 Nissan Almera 1.5

1 Answer

My tire pressure light keeps coming on my 2007 Saturn Aura. I am generally losing 5 - 7 pounds of air in my tire(s) every couple of days. I put nitrogen in my tires but it was still happening. I went...


Bummer. I suggest three things are suspect: the tire itself, the wheel, and the fill valve. My guess would be the tires, but to get the answer, you remove the tire, and submerge it under water (not easy without a big tool.)
for Tires, go with Michelin. You will NEVER go back to another brand.

Jan 15, 2011 | 2007 Saturn Aura XR Sedan

1 Answer

If tires are filled with nitrogen, does it expand like the regular air filled ties?


Yes they do.........The nitrogen filled tires a great for hotter and colder climate.........Hope this helps...........Also less condinsation in tires.

Aug 16, 2010 | 2008 Chevrolet Express

2 Answers

Tire Monitor & Sensor Fault


The sensors are pretty dependable. You have to make sure that the tire pressures are on the money. Check the door jam for the correct front and rear pressures. Don't go by the tire, go by the door jam or owners manual. At times when the outside temperature changes a lot it can cause the light to come on.
You may want to check the tires for defects, punctures, or a bubble/s.

Apr 16, 2010 | 2008 Ford Explorer

2 Answers

Filling tires with Nitrogen!


You are not going to do any harm mixing. The only thing is, if you are going to fill with nitrogen, if you have to fill up with air in an emergency, get the nitrogen refilled at your earliest convienence. Why pay the money and waste it. It shows here you are inquiring with an SUV. I wouldn't bother. If you had a sports car of some sort that you wanted to increase handling charactoristics, I would say go for it. With an SUV just keep the tires rotated(every oil change is pretty convienant since it is already in the shop), double check your tire pressure every week or 2, keep the vehicle aligned every 6 months, and every 2nd oil change, have them check for proper wheel balance(it changes as tires wear).

Mar 28, 2010 | 2003 Toyota RAV4

1 Answer

Service monitoring system comes on. how do you reset it? for a 2005 tahoe ls. it started to come on when i put bigger tires and rims on the tahoe.


i would check the tires first to make sure they are properly filled you should have around 40lbs or so keep in mind that as u drive the tires heat up which causes air to expand, and when they cool the air will shrink also check valve stems make sure they arnt leaking spray some windex on them see if u see air bubbles coming out or not. if u are low on air would recomand filling the tires up at night when its cool out air is more dense when its cool then hot will help keep your tire pressure from fluctuating as much or you can look into getting the tires filled with nitrogen. i dont think there is a way to turn that light off you can try the same way u reset the oil light on that car put key in on position press gas three or five times cant remember then start the car see if it flashes and goes off dont worry u wont flood the motor its electronic fuel injection let me know if this helped u any

May 08, 2009 | 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe

Not finding what you are looking for?
2007 Hyundai Sonata 3.3 Logo

Related Topics:

161 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Hyundai Experts

yadayada
yadayada

Level 3 Expert

74945 Answers

Colin Stickland
Colin Stickland

Level 3 Expert

22095 Answers

Jeff Turcotte
Jeff Turcotte

Level 3 Expert

7697 Answers

Are you a Hyundai Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...