Well that's annoying but what I figured.Put air in your tires....it will go away...that is the only way. With the cold coming in, it will happen.
As far as finding out which tire, you would have to go to the dealer and they would be able to tell you. Otherwise, put air in each one and then see if the light goes off in between. When you see the light go off, then the tire you just filled was low.
It s very annoying......took me like 2 months to find the tire that kept leaking down a lot.....due to the valve stem core leaking.....because tire pressure will fluctuate over time and depending on conditions, so it is not fun at all.Well that's annoying but what I figured.
Lighten up on the sermon Francis. I KNOW i need to fill them up and I did. I was just checking to see if there was a menu option I was missing.Part of owning a motor vehicle is ensuring that the tires is properly inflated.. thank .GOV and them Ford Explorer owners who fail to keep air in tires and have blow outs and roll-overs for the mandated TPMS to tell some of the lazy bodies that we need to check/inflate our tires because we cant do it on our own as preventive maintanance..
As an owner/operator, you should be checking air bi-weekly to once a month.. with the coming colder temps, tires that is marginally low will be become lower, hence the low air light.. with these temps, air them up to 36-37 PSI and carry on,, this allow for more time for air in tires to shrink, but you already ahead of the game by keeping tires up and even.
Most all of the Hyundai product line up uses the "low line" system.. only monitors air pressure in tires and air temp in the tires.. we had a "High Line" system, it would show low air warning, and show which tire location via tiny car on instrument cluster.