How to Reset Oil on a Hyundai Tucson 2017: Step-by-Step Guide

Today, we’ll be demonstrating how to reset the service light after an oil change on a 2017 Hyundai Tucson. It’s essential to reset this light after performing an oil change to ensure the vehicle’s maintenance system is up to date.

Before getting started, ensure that the hood and all doors are properly closed to prevent any interference during the process.

Once inside the vehicle, pay attention to the screen and familiarize yourself with the up, down, and okay buttons, which are crucial for navigating the system. Without starting the engine, engage the accessory mode by pressing the start button without depressing the brake pedal.

Next, navigate through the menu using the up and down buttons until you locate the wrench symbol, indicating the service messages. Select the wrench symbol and then select okay to proceed.

Continue scrolling and selecting options until you find the service light reset option. Once found, confirm the reset by selecting okay, and the service light will be successfully reset.

It’s important to note that maintaining adequate oil and gas levels is crucial for the vehicle’s functionality. Keeping the gas tank above a quarter level can prevent potential damage to the fuel system.

If you prefer not to see the service light in the future, you can disable the reminder through the settings menu. Simply navigate to the service option, uncheck the reminder, and confirm the changes to the system.

We hope you found this demonstration helpful in understanding how to reset the service light on a 2017 Hyundai Tucson. Thank you for watching!

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