Tire Pressure Warning Light

2018 Hyundai Dashboard with Tire Pressure Monitoring System warning light engaged

Tires are an often overlooked component of your vehicle, but they can actually have a huge impact on your daily drive. Underinflated tires can cause a variety of issues that affect performance and vehicle safety. Learn how to identify the tire pressure light on your Hyundai vehicle as well as some of the problems caused by partially filled tires.

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This is your tire pressure light. Partially filled tires can lead to:

  • Blowouts on the road
  • Uneven tire wear
  • Less MPG

What to Do When Your Tire Pressure Light Goes On

Is your tire pressure light illuminated? If so, it's time to stop and take a look at your tires. Know the proper PSI for your make and model, which can be found in the owner's manual or on a sticker in the door jamb. Fill your tires to the proper levels, and you are ready to go! Be sure to monitor your tire pressure to make sure there is not an underlying culprit causing your tires to lose air, like a puncture.

Tire Care at Oak Lawn Happy Hyundai

If upon inspecting your tires, you realize that there is a puncture or the tire treads are worn beyond safe levels, the service department at Oak Lawn Happy Hyundai can help. We will find the right set of tires for your vehicle, so you can get back on the road as soon as possible. Contact us today for more information.

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