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I currently have around 1,300 miles on my 2022 Tucson and have gotten the above warnings 3 times now. The first time they went away after putting the car in drive but the latest they did not. When I log into MyHyundai account it showed I had several issues and also had an issue with lane departure. Of course after the car is turn off for some time the warnings go away so when the dealer plugs in to get codes there are none active. The diagnostics history does show the codes though. Theses warnings are ruining my experience with what is otherwise a great car. Any one else have these issue?
 

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I currently have around 1,300 miles on my 2022 Tucson and have gotten the above warnings 3 times now. The first time they went away after putting the car in drive but the latest they did not. When I log into MyHyundai account it showed I had several issues and also had an issue with lane departure. Of course after the car is turn off for some time the warnings go away so when the dealer plugs in to get codes there are none active. The diagnostics history does show the codes though. Theses warnings are ruining my experience with what is otherwise a great car. Any one else have these issue?
No, but this may be linked to the "safety system" problems your having.
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!
 

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I currently have around 1,300 miles on my 2022 Tucson and have gotten the above warnings 3 times now. The first time they went away after putting the car in drive but the latest they did not. When I log into MyHyundai account it showed I had several issues and also had an issue with lane departure. Of course after the car is turn off for some time the warnings go away so when the dealer plugs in to get codes there are none active. The diagnostics history does show the codes though. Theses warnings are ruining my experience with what is otherwise a great car. Any one else have these issue?
Same problem….did you have any success in getting it fixed
No, but this may be linked to the "safety system" problems your having.
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!
 

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I have the same issue with just over a 100 miles on the car. I am told the throttle body needs to be replaced. Still waiting for the part to come in, it’s been 12 days so far.
 

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I currently have around 1,300 miles on my 2022 Tucson and have gotten the above warnings 3 times now. The first time they went away after putting the car in drive but the latest they did not. When I log into MyHyundai account it showed I had several issues and also had an issue with lane departure. Of course after the car is turn off for some time the warnings go away so when the dealer plugs in to get codes there are none active. The diagnostics history does show the codes though. Theses warnings are ruining my experience with what is otherwise a great car. Any one else have these issue?
I have same problem with warning lights. Have they found the problem.
 

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I have same problem with warning lights. Have they found the problem.
Going in for service on the 27th. I printed out the diagnostics codes to show them. Car is no longer showing the warnings so I expect they will say it's nothing but at least with the codes they can check something.
 

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I have the same issue with just over a 100 miles on the car. I am told the throttle body needs to be replaced. Still waiting for the part to come in, it’s been 12 days so far.
Im curious....what does the "throttle body" have to do with lane departure, or, steering shaking at 60 mph?
 

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Going in for service on the 27th. I printed out the diagnostics codes to show them. Car is no longer showing the warnings so I expect they will say it's nothing but at least with the codes they can check something.
Please let.me.know how you make out
 

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Please let.me.know how you make out
Service could find nothing wrong. I had the print out of the codes and gave it to them. They said it looks like something bumped into the right rear panel. No mark but a very slight indent. I was in a Lowes parking lot the first time I got the errors so maybe a shopping cart. Hard to see unless you are looking for it. That is where one of the sensors is. Said if it happens again they could try to recalibrate. Replacing is very expensive. Part is $1,900.
 

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Service could find nothing wrong. I had the print out of the codes and gave it to them. They said it looks like something bumped into the right rear panel. No mark but a very slight indent. I was in a Lowes parking lot the first time I got the errors so maybe a shopping cart. Hard to see unless you are looking for it. That is where one of the sensors is. Said if it happens again they could try to recalibrate. Replacing is very expensive. Part is $1,900.
My dealer is replacing junction.box today. I will let you know if problem resurfaces. Your insurance should cover any repair needed due to accidental damage.
 

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Yes, the shaking was fixed. The "ESC, ELECTRONIC STABILITY CONTROL" module was replaced.
I have the same issue @ 900 miles. Happened 3 times so far - but goes away when restarting engine. I also note the Stability Control Light (car with two curly lines) comes on.
Have multiple persons have this fixed by replacement of the ESC module? Thanks.
 

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I have the same issue @ 900 miles. Happened 3 times so far - but goes away when restarting engine. I also note the Stability Control Light (car with two curly lines) comes on.
Have multiple persons have this fixed by replacement of the ESC module? Thanks.
Apparently there are a lot of folks with the same problem, the "ESC." If your steering is shaking over 60 mph, this should fix the problem.
 

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No, but this may be linked to the "safety system" problems your having.
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!
I currently have around 1,300 miles on my 2022 Tucson and have gotten the above warnings 3 times now. The first time they went away after putting the car in drive but the latest they did not. When I log into MyHyundai account it showed I had several issues and also had an issue with lane departure. Of course after the car is turn off for some time the warnings go away so when the dealer plugs in to get codes there are none active. The diagnostics history does show the codes though. Theses warnings are ruining my experience with what is otherwise a great car. Any one else have these issue?
Been having the same problem with my 2022 Tucson, dealer checked it Aug 16 and has only happened twice since then in 4k.
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