How To Reset Service Required Light On Genesis G70 (2019-2022)

Last Updated on September 21, 2021 by Nick

The Genesis G70 is a sedan belonging to the Hyundai Motor Company brand Genesis. In today’s post, guys, I will show you how to reset the service required light on the Genesis G70.

If you get that light and you change your oil, you’re supposed to reset that light, and then that light will come back on after three, four, or five thousand miles or whatever it is that manufacturers recommended interval for engine oil changes. So let’s see how it’s done.

How To Reset Service Required Light On Genesis G70 (2019-2022)

How To Reset Service Required Light On Genesis G70 (2019-2022)

Time needed: 3 minutes.

In this section, I will show you how to reset the service required light on Genesis G70. This is a 3.8 liter, and it should work for pretty much all the Genesis and Hyundais that are similar. So let’s go ahead.

  1. Start your car

    If your vehicle has an ignition button, press the START/STOP button with step on the brake pedal

  2. Go to the ⚙️ USER SETTINGS

    Then you’re going to go to the ⚙️ gear symbol or User Settings on the dash by using the ❏ button on the steering wheel
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  3. Scroll down and select SERVICE INTERVAL

    Next, scroll down to the Service Interval and hit enter or OK

  4. Set the service interval

    In this menu, you can actually turn the whole system on and off right here. When it’s on you can go down to ADJUST INTERVAL and set how many miles or months you want

  5. Reset

    If you just want to reset it you can go down to where it says RESET unless you want to reset

For your info, this operation work for the first generation of the Genesis G70 (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 model years).

So there you go. It’s straightforward. You can do it yourself after you do a service or an oil change. If you find this content helpful, go ahead and share it. Anyway, thanks for stopping in, and have a great day.

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