Question for For Hyundaitech, TPMS Sensers

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Hank, May 21, 2008.

  1. Hank

    Hank Guest

    Hi there HT got a quick one for ya, I just traded my 2005 XG350L on a brand
    new Veracruz 1st Question, I have NEVER seen a TV comercial or a newspaper
    advertizement on the Veracruz since they came out. Do you think they are
    going to go the way of the Chrysler Crossfire, no advertisement and now are
    not being made anymore? 2nd question I just put custom 20"ers on my Veracruz
    and we had to change the TPMS sensors to the new wheels. The TPMS lamp came
    on so I called the Hyundai dealer and was told there was a special tool to
    reset the sensors. I drove the Cruz about another 5 miles and the light went
    out. I guess what Im asking is , are we OK or should I still take it in and
    have the sensors checked ?

    Hank, May 21, 2008
  2. Hank

    hyundaitech Guest

    1. The Veracruz is probably here to stay. Most Hyundai vehicles ar
    semi-global, meaning that they're typically sold in many markets. Th
    more pertinent question is whether they'll continue to be sold in th
    U.S., and only time will tell.

    2. If all your TPMS indicators are out, assume it's okay. The facilit
    changing the wheels probably had them away from the car when the syste
    was looking for sensors, causing the lamp to come on. If it comes o
    again, take it to be checked
    hyundaitech, May 21, 2008
  3. Hank

    Hank Guest

    OK Thanks a bunch I will keep my eyes on them

    Hank, May 21, 2008
  4. Steve Richards, May 26, 2008
  5. Hank

    Hank Guest

    Well I didnt really want to get rid of the XG !! I loved that car but my
    wife saw the pain I was in with my bad back trying to get in and out of it
    so SHE suggested I get something else so we went to Planet Hyundai and
    fought with them for about 4 hours and finally made a deal. I really like
    the Veracruz but I do miss the XG really bad and if it wasnt for the back
    problems I would have kept it till it fell apart..... As far as rollin in
    the dough, The bank had some left over that it didnt know what to do with
    so I kinda took it off thier hands for the next 36 months

    Hank, May 27, 2008
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