Thanks! Planning on submitting a NHTSA report as others have - if I had more time and any confidence that a call to the dealership would have an effect, I'd do that as well, but I'm currently feeling pretty pessimistic in that regard, ha.Welcome to the group. I would at least call them and let them know about the issue so they are aware of it. I feel the more dealership know about the issue, the quicker Hyundai will come up with a solution instead of letting the dealership deal with the problem. Which I know they won't be able to fix with out some type of software update to the cars computer. Congratulations on your new baby coming soon. I am curious if it's your first kid or not and if the VN is your only car. I don't have a kid yet but when I do I can convince my wife on how great of a family car it is 😁.
You know I was wanting to do that but never did thinking the dealership would of all ready done that to fix the issue. Let me know if that does fix the issue and I will definitely try it myself.This happened to me the second after I got my Xtreme Contacts thrown on 2 days ago. Before doing so I would have a misread here and there but nothing BAD. Now its waaay more common. Dealer never heard of it but my salesman did say that they only sold a handful of Velosters, let alone N's in general. I went ahead and disconected the battery for a couple min and held the ignition on to drain the system of whatever charge may be in the system. After doing so I think it may have resolved itself. Only difference for me was that the driver side seems to read worse than passenger. I'll post an update to see if it's totally resolved or if it comes back.
Xtreme Contact DSW PLUS tires
Update on my situation that is different then you guys.Southern California, summer tire every day driver here.
On my 21 VN I had:
18x8.5 +50 wheels with 245/40/18 track tires, no BSD issues
18x8.5 +45 wheels with 235/40/18 Michelin PS4S summer tires, no BSD issues.
On my current 22 VN:
18x8.5 +45 wheels with 235/40/18 Michelin PS4S summer tires, its complicated now.
I put the wheels and tires on at 40 miles on the new car. I had zero issues until I reached 400 miles.
Now the BSD and Rear Cross Traffic is shut off and completely doesn't work. Gauge cluster says I need to get it checked at the dealer.
I never had false positives, its just completely off now. Going to the dealer on Friday.
Sometimes when driving for a while the warning goes away and it turns on the BSD system. It works perfectly fine. Therefore I don't think it's hardware or sensor related. Something in the software is freaking out and turning it off.
I will say I noticed an improvement but still a bit inaccurate. Previously it was:You know I was wanting to do that but never did thinking the dealership would of all ready done that to fix the issue. Let me know if that does fix the issue and I will definitely try it myself.
Ok, keep us updated. I have heard that some BSD systems take a couple of miles of driving to recalibrate itself after a complete reset. 🤞Hopefully this fix works or else it might be months before Hyundai comes out with a solution.I will say I noticed an improvement but still a bit inaccurate. Previously it was:
100% = Always on
200% = Inverted. When cars are in blindspot it's off. When cars are nowhere near me its on.
25% = mostly wrong for drivers side. Passenger side works like a champ more so.
I only drove about 10 miles around town after doing the hard reset on the system. Will Update again when I have highway validation testing completed.