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Are the sensors possibly covered in snow ice or dirt? If the sensors are blocked it can do this

With changing Temps in parts of the world I can see this being more common

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Live in Florida so no snow... I did check for debris and dirt but I wash my car weekly it's clean...first two times it happen while I was driving to work around 7:00 a.m it was in the 70's both times...third time it was while I was sitting in the car it was on I was talking to a friend car was idling and it just happened and it was probably 62/63゚(it's on my pictures) that night about 6:30 PM. My dealership has had it (ALOT) and they can't recreate the problem..so now I have a loaner same car and it did it to me last night ,I was then sitting in the car down our lane talking with my cousin and that car did it also..so two cars..both 2022 tucson..mine is limited and this loaner is a Sel I think 🤔
 

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It looks like ( at least, based on your description) that only one "thing" both cars have in common at this point - is the user. So, I can only speculate ( and again, based on your statement/fact that it is only happening when you are in the car and didn't happen when dealer attempted to reproduce the problem) that either your phone creates some kind of interference with car(s) sensors or you may have some source of interference on you ( device with high magnetic field, perhaps?)...If you get another loaner car and will experience the same issue - then my speculation would become an "educated guess". :)...any chance that when you got a loaner car - you tweaked some settings in the same way as with your original car? And if so - may you recall what those settings were that you may tweaked?
 

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I wondered that myself..nope haven't touch or done anything with this loaner ..I'm leaving everything alone...this is my second loaner the first loaner nothing like this happened .
 

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I purchased my suv on July 19th and the 1st time this happen was on Aug 12th , Oct 6th and the last time Nov 13th..so why doesn't it do it every time I'm driving? I listen to one station and that was on I wasn't on my cell I was just driving down the highway. My suv has been in the dealership a total as of today 35 days and out of those 35 days they only driving it 4 times ...I have the " my vehicle app" so every time my doors open it sends me a notice . Kinda hard to recreate when it's not getting driven
 

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The next suggestion is also based on the observation that two different cars having same or simialr issue only with the same driver ( at least, as of now, no one else brought up the same issue). Considering that your own Tucson is Limited trim, you, most likely, used your phone connected via USB data port, am I right? ( unless you don't use Android Auto or Apple CarPlay at all). If my assumption is correct, then even while you were driving loaner SEL, you stil had your phone connected via USB, then if I may, again, speculate that you either have faulty USB cable or phone port and it randomly may creates short circuit or else that results in sensors behaving as you described..."speculation" is much easier than real solution...
 

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I purchased my suv on July 19th and the 1st time this happen was on Aug 12th , Oct 6th and the last time Nov 13th..so why doesn't it do it every time I'm driving? I listen to one station and that was on I wasn't on my cell I was just driving down the highway. My suv has been in the dealership a total as of today 35 days and out of those 35 days they only driving it 4 times ...I have the " my vehicle app" so every time my doors open it sends me a notice . Kinda hard to recreate when it's not getting driven
My daughter just got a new Tucson Unlimited. After about 1000 miles, the Speedometer area and Main display area went haywire. She can drive the car but doesn't know her speed or can control other things on the panel. Did you ever get a solution to your issue? She is at UF now and Virginia dealer said it might be a loose wire or Jukebox. Appointment with local dealer on Monday but seem confounded over the phone.
 

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I live in Gainesville..no they haven't been able to recreate it at Parks Ford Hyundai..they keep it for weeks at a time and drive it but can't recreate it...and it doesn't stay on long so by the time I get to main street where dealership is it goes off. So when and if it happens again I'm driving it straight there and pray it stays on so they can put it on the computer and see why it's happening
 

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It looks like ( at least, based on your description) that only one "thing" both cars have in common at this point - is the user. So, I can only speculate ( and again, based on your statement/fact that it is only happening when you are in the car and didn't happen when dealer attempted to reproduce the problem) that either your phone creates some kind of interference with car(s) sensors or you may have some source of interference on you ( device with high magnetic field, perhaps?)...If you get another loaner car and will experience the same issue - then my speculation would become an "educated guess". :)...any chance that when you got a loaner car - you tweaked some settings in the same way as with your original car? And if so - may you recall what those settings were that you may tweaked?
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I live in Gainesville..no they haven't been able to recreate it at Parks Ford Hyundai..they keep it for weeks at a time and drive it but can't recreate it...and it doesn't stay on long so by the time I get to main street where dealership is it goes off. So when and if it happens again I'm driving it straight there and pray it stays on so they can put it on the computer and see why it's happening
Park Hyundai is attempting to repair our issue. Said it was the digital instrument cluster. But it took a week to diagnose and going on 2 weeks waiting on the part. At the least the cluster shows messed up at the dealer so there's no disputing the problem. Hopefully, this will solve the problem. Will let you know. I did see a recall on Santa Fe Hybrids where the the digital instrument cluster went upside down due to incorrect resistors. No kidding. https://jalopnik.com/hyundai-just-issued-a-recall-for-a-hilariously-unexpect-1848442866
"The instrument panel (“IP”) cluster liquid-crystal display (“LCD”) in the subject vehicles may have been produced with incorrect resistors resulting in the possibility of an inverted image of associated controls, gauges, and telltale indicators upon startup of the vehicle at extremely low temperatures. This condition will not suddenly occur during normal driving.
Owners of these vehicles will bring them to a Hyundai dealer to have the IP cluster replaced. The recall procedure will be performed at no charge. Owners will be mailed notification letters beginning in late February 2022."
 

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I had the same issue occur about a month ago when I started my Limited remotely by BlueLink. The warning lights went out after I shut off the car and they have not occured again. The error codes did register on BlueLink, so I’ll bring it to the dealer’s attention when I have my first oil change.

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This is exactly what mine does and I also use BlueLink every morning..I'll show this to my dealership. Thank you for not making me think "its the driver" !
 

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My daughter's car had used BlueLink the day before for remote start. Rarely used BlueLink, only 5 requests total. So don't think connected to that. No DTC or "error" codes -- just the
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My daughter's car had used BlueLink the day before for remote start. Rarely used BlueLink, only 5 requests total. So don't think connected to that. No DTC or "error" codes -- just the View attachment 680
My daughter's car had used BlueLink the day before for remote start. Rarely used BlueLink, only 5 requests total. So don't think connected to that. No DTC or "error" codes -- just the View attachment 680
Yeap dealership says there are no error codes nor any history of my car doing this when I bring it into the shop, it doesn't show up on the computer...only reason they know it does this is because I have pictures to prove it.
 

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My 2022 Tucson is back at the dealership right now for this same issue. The orange lights lit up my panel last Monday morning when I turned on my car to go to work. I took pictures of the panel indicating "Check Blind Spot Safety System' and "Check Forward Safety System" and made an appointment with the dealership to have it checked out. When I started my car after work that same day, the panel returned to normal. I never felt any mechanical issues as I drove it to and from work that day, and it has been driving fine ever since. I had my appointment for this morning, yes, a week and days later, so I went to drop it off. I also checked Blue Link app and the diagnostic report for that day, indicates "CHASSIS" along with several DTC codes. I shared all that information with the service man that took my car. I'll post updates as soon as I get them.
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