HOW TO RESET: Hyundai GRANDEUR Oil Service Required Reminder
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Hyundai GRANDEUR Oil Service Maintenance Required Reminder Light Reset
Simple and easy to follow tutorial on how to reset the oil change service required maintenance indicator reminder warning light on Hyundai Grandeur from the year 2011-2012-2013-2014-2015-2016-2017-2018.
Reset Tutorial For Model with MODE button
- Close all door, gearbox to the park position.
- Start the engine.
- Press the MODE BUTTON to Navigate the SERVICE REQUIRED (Wrench/Spanner) light.
- While the SERVICE INDICATOR is displayed. Press and hold the OK BUTTON to reset the SERVICE REMINDER.
- Turn the ignition off. The oil service maintenance interval reset is complete.
For Model with DISP BUTTON
- Close all doors, set gear to park position.
- Turn the ignition to RUN position, don’t start the engine.
- Press and hold the DISP BUTTON for 3 seconds to access MAINTENANCE.
- Then select ENGINE OIL.
- Then SET the KM for the next SERVICE INTERVAL SCHEDULE.
- Press the DISP button for more than 2 seconds to exit from Maintenance mode
- Turn Off the ignition. The oil reset is complete.
ABOUT HYUNDAI GRANDUER
The fifth generation Grandeur/Azera was unveiled at the 2011 Los Angeles International Auto Show as a 2012 model. It was developed over a period of three and half years with a cost of 450 million dollars. The Grandeur nameplate remained in use in South Korea, but most export markets received it as the “Hyundai Azera.”
In terms of dimensions, the Azera slots between the midsize Sonata and the rear-wheel drive Genesis. The Azera’s competitors include cars such as the Ford Taurus, Dodge Charger, Chevrolet Impala, and entry-level luxury (or near-luxury) cars such as the Buick LaCrosse, Nissan Maxima, Toyota Avalon, Chrysler 300.
The Grandeur HG was released by Hyundai with an all new appearance and an engine The Grandeur HG followed the “fluidic sculpture” design of modern Hyundai vehicles. This design is dubbed as the “Grand Glide” concept.
The four-cylinder has a fuel economy of 12.8 km/L (36 mpg‑imp; 30 mpg‑US) (7.8 L/100 km) and the V6 is rated at 11.8 km/L (33 mpg‑imp; 28 mpg‑US) (8.5 L/100 km). The Premium model features adaptive cruise control and a semi-automatic parking assist system.
Early Korean models of Grandeur include Theta II 2.4 GDI, Lambda II 3.0 GDI.In Korea an E-VGT R2.2 Diesel engine with 202 PS (149 kW; 199 hp) is available. Korean version equipment includes auto high beam, lane departure warning, blind spot detection, and electric park brake.