Question about Hyundai Sonata
Car when through NYS inspection 2 wks ago.At that time air was brought up to proper level.lite was out.Weather went to freezing yesterday lite came on.Had mech ck air press again and it read the same as when serviced
The pressure indicator will go out when the tire pressure is up to what it should be. This means that if your tire was filled to 36psi and it should be 38psi, since it's close indicator will go out. Remember that heat expands and cold contracts. When it started to get cold the pressure dropped inside your tire to the point where it set off the indicator. Look at the side wall of your tire just above the rim. You will see writing there that will tell you what the maximum air pressure should be for your tire. You will be safe filling the tire to within 2psi of maximum pressure. If you continue to experience indicator light on, this will mean a leak in your tire, possibly due to a puncture in thread, or a leak between tire and wheel. GOOD LUCK FRIEND.
Posted on Nov 18, 2014
Testimonial: "Good ans Dan.But there is no leak and the press is higher than called for and holding if therewas a leak it would show in that wheel"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
possibly bad brake hose or twisted/kinked causing pull. wobble may be bad/worn axle shaft on right side.some right axles are 2 or3 piece design.carrier support bolts maybe missing but more likely joint is worn. look for boots that have split or cracked&leaked grease.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
turn key off.press the right hand dash button ,turn key on(dont start)hold in for 5secs let go and turn the left hand button to the right ,turn key off and service reminder should have gone....
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
Catalytic converters on the Dakota's were a recall issue from 1999-2003 models.
I had a 99 and a 2001 and had the same problem on both.(3 times on the 99 and once on the 01)
You should also check the speed sensor on the rear axle.
The neutral safety switch and the EGR valve.
If I were you,I would start with the Cat and EGR,then check the other stuff if you still have issues.
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Posted on Feb 11, 2009
Performing a GM OBDII Driving cycle:
Do not leave the key in prior to the cold start or the heated oxygen sensor diagnostic may not run.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: Error message "svc tire monitor"
The owners manual will not give the following information but chapter 3 around pges 40 -49 will tell you how to get into tire monito learning section. 1. Take all four valvestem caps off. 2. Find a tool such as a small diameter philips screwdriver that will work to let air out of the valvestem. A common aluminum 1/8" rivet (round end into valve stem) works very well. 3. Add air so that the tire pressures are all 40+ psi (do not exceed the tire's max. inflation rating on the sidewall). 4. Turn key to on position. 5. Apply parking brake. 6. Press and hold lock/unlock down at the same time (for about 3 seconds) on the key fob until the horn honks and left front park light flashes. Without keyless or remtoe entry fob use the Driver Information buttons on the left of sterring wheel. Press and hold bothe DIC and reset button at the same time for abot 10 seconds this will bring up the personal menu use DIC button to get to Tire monitor menu press and hold reset button untill horn honks and left front light flahes then continue with step 7. 7. Start at the LF tire. 8. Let air out for 4 seconds - count it out (one one-thousand, two one-thousand, three one-thousand, four one-thousand). 9. Wait for about 15 seconds* for the honk (sometimes it'll honk right away). 10. Repeat 7 and 8 for the RF tire. 11. Repeat 7 and 8 for the RR tire. 12. Repeat 7 and 8 for the LR tire. 13. With all four now done, the system will give it's final multi-honk completion note. 14. Use a quality gauge to set your final pressures (a good gauge will exactly match the sensor readings). 15. Replace all four valvestem caps. *If you've waited fifteen seconds for the honk and nothing has happened. Don't panic - Simply repeat 8 and 9 again as there is a two minute window to do each tire sensor.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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