Hyundai Elantra Oil Service Maintenance Interval Reminder Reset
Simple instruction on how to reset the oil service maintenance interval reminder indicator wrench/spanner light on Hyundai Elantra from the year 2015-2016-2017-2018-2019-2020.
- Please the gear to Park position, then close all doors.
- Start the car engine.
- Use the SCROLL BUTTON (2) on the steering to display the SERVICE REQUIRED (spanner symbol)
- While the SERVICE REQUIRED is displayed. Press and hold the OK BUTTON (3) until the new MILE/DAY is set.
- Turn off the ignition. Service required reminder reset is complete.
How to change the service interval schedule on Hyundai Elantra
- start the engine.
- Press the MODE button to navigate USER SETTINGS. Then scroll down to SERVICE INTERVAL.
- Enable the SERVICE INTERVAL (check), then configure the MILES and MONTHS for the next SERVICE INTERVAL REMINDER.
- Turn off the ignition.
About Hyundai Elantra
The Hyundai Elantra or Hyundai Avante, is a compact car produced by the South Korean manufacturer Hyundai since 1990. The Elantra was initially marketed as the Lantra in Australia and some European markets. In Australia, this was due to the similarly named Mitsubishi Magna Elante model; similarly, in Europe, the name was changed to avoid confusion with Lotus Elan. The name was standardized as “Elantra” worldwide in 2001 (except in South Korea).
The 2019 Elantra 2.0 offered a six-speed automatic transmission. For the 2020 model year, the 2.0 engine will be paired with the continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) used in the 2019 Kia Forte. This will enable the 2020 Elantra SE to match the Forte FE’s 41 miles per U.S. gallon EPA fuel economy rating on the highway. Higher 2.0 trims, which have added weight and different tires, will be rated at 40 mpg on the EPA highway test. The U.S. fueleconomy.gov website shows a city rating of 31 mpg for the 2020 Elantra SE and 30 mpg for higher trims.
The 1.4 Turbo and 1.6 Turbo engines were offered on the 2019 Elantra sedan in the United States, but not in Canada.
Mitsubishi Motors Australia complained that the Hyundai Elantra was too close to the Elante trim level, which was last used on the 1991 Magna. The British Lotus and the South Korean Kia said that the Elantra name was too close to the Lotus Elan and its Kia counterpart. In 2001, both the Elan and the Elante had ceased production but the Avante’s renaming remained necessary as Audi owned the Avant name in Europe. There are also disputes about the chassis codes for the 1996–2000 and the 1999–2000 model years. Hyundai states that the codename of the 1996–98 Elantra is RD and not J2, and the 1999–2000 Elantra’s codename is RD2 and not J3. (source:wiki)