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Hi I bought my Tucson 2022 a couple of weeks ago. I took it in to the dealer last Wednesday because the steering wheel was shaking at 60 mph in the Smart mode but with cruise control on it Doesn’t shake. They Balanced the tires and couldn’t find a problem. I took it back today again and continues to shake but when the sec tech rode with me it did not shake. Now shaking again! It is intermittent and between 60 and 70. I am going to drive in normal mode for a couple of weeks and see if that changes things. At this point I am too at a loss!
Get your "electronic stability control" module replaced.
 

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The vibration of the steering wheel in a known problem on the New Tucson here in Italy.
We have an open discussion in our forum and the major part of the undesired steering wheel vibrations have been solved with just a software update.

The vibration of the steering wheel is used to alert driver in several situations; ie
when the LKA (lane keeping assistant) is activated,
or when driving reverse and that back of the car could be in a danger position due to arrival of other cars,
and other ones

The not necessary vibration during the "normal" drive is a bug that the software update can solve

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Frengo
 

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The vibration of the steering wheel in a known problem on the New Tucson here in Italy.
We have an open discussion in our forum and the major part of the undesired steering wheel vibrations have been solved with just a software update.

The vibration of the steering wheel is used to alert driver in several situations; ie
when the LKA (lane keeping assistant) is activated,
or when driving reverse and that back of the car could be in a danger position due to arrival of other cars,
and other ones

The not necessary vibration during the "normal" drive is a bug that the software update can solve

Ciao
Frengo
That's interesting. My LKA doesn't vibrate, it just steers back to the middle of the lane. I've had mine off for over a month now but experience the intermittent shimmy still. Hopefully the update fixes it though.
 

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LKA should be always on when you start the car.
With LKA in operation if you force the jump to another lane without using the direction light, you should have an acustic warning plus the streering wheel vibration.
You can have different reactions of the system according to your personal setup of the system (See the manual in chapter 7)
Another event that triggers the vibration of the steering wheel is when you start overtaking the vehicle in front of you.
Turn on the left direction light and the camera appears in the instrument panel (left).
If at that moment another faster vehicle arrives on the left, the system sounds an audible alarm and the steering wheel vibrates.
All this happens with the Tucson called here (Italy) Excellende which is the top of the range.

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The vibration of the steering wheel in a known problem on the New Tucson here in Italy.
We have an open discussion in our forum and the major part of the undesired steering wheel vibrations have been solved with just a software update.

The vibration of the steering wheel is used to alert driver in several situations; ie
when the LKA (lane keeping assistant) is activated,
or when driving reverse and that back of the car could be in a danger position due to arrival of other cars,
and other ones

The not necessary vibration during the "normal" drive is a bug that the software update can solve

Ciao
Frengo
In America the "electronic stability control module" was defective on many vehicles. The wheel does not shake due to "LKA" or any other function. There was a known "short" in the module.
 

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That's interesting. My LKA doesn't vibrate, it just steers back to the middle of the lane. I've had mine off for over a month now but experience the intermittent shimmy still. Hopefully the update fixes it though.
As I said, its the "ESC" that is defective. There is a known "short" in many ESC modules delivered to the US.
 

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Glad I found this community. I have 4600k on my 2022 tucson & when I drive over 70 it feels like my wheels get stuck in a tram track. It's like you have soft snow tires on. When you make a small turn left or right the steering feels like it is over compensating for the turn.
 

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Picked up a 2022 Tucson N-Line a week ago. Noticed excess vibration with steering wheel and in the driver's seat, when going over 60 mph. LFS and FCA are both turned off. Will be making an appointment tomorrow and bring copies of treads recommending the replacement of the ESC module. Will let you know how I make out. Thanks for the useful information.
 

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Picked up a 2022 Tucson N-Line a week ago. Noticed excess vibration with steering wheel and in the driver's seat, when going over 60 mph. LFS and FCA are both turned off. Will be making an appointment tomorrow and bring copies of treads recommending the replacement of the ESC module. Will let you know how I make out. Thanks for the useful information.
Picked up a 2022 Tucson N-Line a week ago. Noticed excess vibration with steering wheel and in the driver's seat, when going over 60 mph. LFS and FCA are both turned off. Will be making an appointment tomorrow and bring copies of treads recommending the replacement of the ESC module. Will let you know how I make out. Thanks for the useful information.
I told my service advisor about mine vibrating when I first got it and so don’t think they actually believed me. I copied the info from the forum from others and took a video of mine shaking. When I took it back in last week they told me that Hyundai wanted them to do some checking first so gave me a loaner. A few days later they called and asked for my video to send to Hyundai and said they will be changing my module but it could take a month to get the part and told me they would rather me drive the loaner til mine is fixed. So I am waiting!
 

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So did anyone else see fix on the ESC Module? I just bought mine so I am curious if I should be expecting to make a call to the dealer in the near future. I'm with everyone else, this car is amazing comfort. As a troublshooter I like to hear from more than just 1 fix to feel better.
 

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I told my service advisor about mine vibrating when I first got it and so don’t think they actually believed me. I copied the info from the forum from others and took a video of mine shaking. When I took it back in last week they told me that Hyundai wanted them to do some checking first so gave me a loaner. A few days later they called and asked for my video to send to Hyundai and said they will be changing my module but it could take a month to get the part and told me they would rather me drive the loaner til mine is fixed. So I am waiting!
We are dropping off the vehicle today. Would you mind sharing the dealer contact information, including the name of the service manager? Thanks
 

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Okay, got my Tucson back! The "ESC, ELECTRONIC STABILITY CONTROL" module was replaced. Car drives great now! Much "tighter!" It was NOT the "ABS" module. Steering is much improved!
So, go see your dealer service center and tell them to replace the "electronic stability control module!" Good luck! Thanks for your input, all of you!
Would you mind sharing the dealer contact information along with the service manager name? We are dropping off our vehicle at the dealership today. I believe having the service departments talk to each other would move things along. Thanks
 

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I am in Ohio I don’t know if that info will help you. The dealer is Germain Hyundai in Columbus,Ohio
Thanks for the quick response. If I can get the service departments to talk to each other (I am in New Jersey) perhaps that will move things along. By chance, do you remember the name of the service manager?
 
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