Hyundai Tucson: Tire Pressure Monitoring System - Replacement
- Remove the tire.
(Refer to Suspension System - "Wheel")
- Remove the screw with torx driver (A).
- When installing the bead brake, make sure that it does not come in contact with the TPMS sensor.
- Be careful not to damage the TPMS sensor when installing the bead brake near the TPMS sensor.
- Remove the sensor body (A) from the valve (B) in the direction of the arrow.
- Remove the valve using the valve mounting tool.
Do not reuse the snap-in type TPMS sensor.
(1) Cut the lubber at the bottom of valve with a knife.
(2) Use the valve mounting tool to pull out the valve until it is entirely out of the lower hole.
- Apply lubricant to the surface of the valve, and then mount it through the valve hole of the wheel.
We recommend using regular soapy water as lubricant.
- The TPMS sensor valve bottom is not properly sealed if it is not fully mounted 011 the wheel, as shown in the following figure:
- Make sure that the valve body is pulled entirely through the hole.
- Apply soapy water or lubricant to the upper/lower bead section of the tire.
- In order to mount lower the beads, place the TPMS sensor at 5 o'clock, starting from the head of the tire replacement equipment.
- Rotate the rim clockwise and press tire towards 3 o'clock to mount the lower beads.
Mount the tire on the wheel. Make sure that the beads touch the edge of the rim behind the sensor (towards 6 o'clock).
- In order to mount the upper beads, press the tire towards 3 o'clock and turn the rim clockwise.
- Inject air into the tire until the beads are in the correct position.
- Adjust the tire pressure according to the recommended tire pressure for the vehicle.
- If the TPMS sensor malfunctions, you must perform TPMS sensor learning. Replace any faulty sensors and perform TPMS sensor learning.
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