Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs) for the 2022 Tucson are official communications between Hyundai & their dealerships that describe processes for troubleshooting or fixing certain common problems. All vehicle manufacturers are required by U.S. law to make their TSBs available to the public.

    STEERING

    • TSB #22-ST-006H

      Date Announced:
      APR 27, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10211679

      Certain 2022MY Tucson (NX4A) vehicles may exhibit a steering wheel shimmy at highway speeds not related to tire balance nor radial force variation (RFV). Read More »

    ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING

    • TSB #22-01-006H-3

      Date Announced:
      MAR 21, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10210208

      This bulletin provides the procedure to update the ECU and TCU software to improve drivability and shift quality when accelerating. Read More »

    • TSB #22-01-006H-2

      Date Announced:
      FEB 16, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10208860

      This bulletin provides the procedure to update the ECU and TCU software to improve drivability and shift quality when accelerating. Read More »

    • TSB #22-01-006H

      Date Announced:
      JAN 18, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10207806

      This bulletin provides the procedure to update the ECU and TCU software to improve drivability and shift quality when accelerating. Read More »

    ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:ENGINE CONTROL MODULE (ECU/ECM)

    • TSB #21-01-075H

      Date Announced:
      DEC 09, 2021
      NHTSA ID:
      #10206359

      Certain 2020-22MY Sonata (DN8a), 2021-22MY Santa Fe (TMa), and 2022MY Tucson (NX4/NX4a) vehicles equipped with 2. Read More »

    FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE

    • TSB #21-01-049H

      Date Announced:
      JUN 29, 2021
      NHTSA ID:
      #10199098

      This bulletin describes the procedure to correct an error in the fuel requirements in the owner's manual of certain 2022MY Tucson (NX4/NX4a) vehicles. Read More »

    POWER TRAIN

    • TSB #22-AT-005H

      Date Announced:
      APR 28, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10211671

      If you are servicing an applicable vehicle with a ⿿Check Engine⿝ light on and one or more of the DTC listed below, follow the repair procedure and replace the related solenoid and valve body harness. Read More »

    • TSB #22-AT-001H

      Date Announced:
      JAN 21, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10207809

      This TSB provides a procedure to diagnose the push button shifter operation. If you are servicing a vehicle with any symptoms or DTC listed below, follow the Service Procedure, Page 2. Read More »

    • TSB #21-AT-009H

      Date Announced:
      JUL 13, 2021
      NHTSA ID:
      #10200075

      This TSB provides a procedure to diagnose the push button shifter operation. Read More »

    • TSB #21-AT-007H

      Date Announced:
      JUN 14, 2021
      NHTSA ID:
      #10199101

      If you are servicing an 8-speed front-wheel-drive vehicle with the DTC or symptoms listed below, refer to the Service Procedure to diagnose the condition. Read More »

    POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:CONTROL MODULE:SOFTWARE

    • TSB #22-01-006H

      Date Announced:
      JAN 18, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10207806

      This bulletin provides the procedure to update the ECU and TCU software to improve drivability and shift quality when accelerating. Read More »

    POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:FLUID/LUBRICANT

    • TSB #22-AT-002H

      Date Announced:
      MAR 09, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10210200

      Certain vehicles equipped with 8-speed automatic transmission may experience an automatic transmission fluid (ATF) leak at the rear cover. This type of leak is caused by a porous casting on the rear cover of the transmission. Read More »

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

    • TSB #22-01-006H-3

      Date Announced:
      MAR 21, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10210208

      This bulletin provides the procedure to update the ECU and TCU software to improve drivability and shift quality when accelerating. Read More »

    • TSB #22-01-006H-2

      Date Announced:
      FEB 16, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10208860

      This bulletin provides the procedure to update the ECU and TCU software to improve drivability and shift quality when accelerating. Read More »

    • TSB #22-01-014H

      Date Announced:
      FEB 07, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10208864

      This bulletin describes the procedure to update wireless CarPlay to alleviate frequent disconnection of wireless CarPlay caused by other wireless noise from unknown sources which could make wireless communication unstable between D-Audio ... Read More »

    • TSB #21-GI-003H

      Date Announced:
      MAR 19, 2021
      NHTSA ID:
      #10190034

      This bulletin provides information on the Launch Quality Monitoring Process (LQMP) for the 2022MY Hyundai Tucson. After a new vehicle launch, Hyundai uses the LQMP to monitor all customer and dealer activities at a minimum of 100 days. Read More »

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:SOFTWARE

    • TSB #22-01-006H

      Date Announced:
      JAN 18, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10207806

      This bulletin provides the procedure to update the ECU and TCU software to improve drivability and shift quality when accelerating. Read More »

    EXTERIOR LIGHTING

    • TSB #22-BD-006H

      Date Announced:
      APR 12, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10211672

      Certain 2022MY Tucson (NX4/NX4a) and Tucson Hybrid (NX4 HEV) vehicles equipped with LED type lamps may exhibit loose license plate lamps, caused by out of specification lamp housings. Read More »

    • TSB #22-BD-002H

      Date Announced:
      MAR 01, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10210199

      Certain 2022MY Tucson (NX4a) vehicles may exhibit excessive moisture in the rear center combination lamp. This bulletin describes the procedure to inspect the rear center combination lamp and repair or replace it if necessary. Read More »

    VISIBILITY

    • TSB #22-BD-002H

      Date Announced:
      MAR 01, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10210199

      Certain 2022MY Tucson (NX4a) vehicles may exhibit excessive moisture in the rear center combination lamp. This bulletin describes the procedure to inspect the rear center combination lamp and repair or replace it if necessary. Read More »

    LANE DEPARTURE

    • TSB #22-01-021H

      Date Announced:
      FEB 18, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10208861

      This bulletin provides information related to Lane Keep Assist (LKA) software update, logic revision for Tucson (NX4, NX4A, NX4 HEV, NX4 PHEV) vehicles. Read More »

    COMMUNICATION:MANUFACTURER TELEMATICS

    • TSB #22-01-006H-2

      Date Announced:
      FEB 16, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10208860

      This bulletin provides the procedure to update the ECU and TCU software to improve drivability and shift quality when accelerating. Read More »

    EQUIPMENT

    • TSB #22-BD-002H

      Date Announced:
      MAR 01, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10210199

      Certain 2022MY Tucson (NX4a) vehicles may exhibit excessive moisture in the rear center combination lamp. This bulletin describes the procedure to inspect the rear center combination lamp and repair or replace it if necessary. Read More »

    • TSB #22-01-021H

      Date Announced:
      FEB 18, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10208861

      This bulletin provides information related to Lane Keep Assist (LKA) software update, logic revision for Tucson (NX4, NX4A, NX4 HEV, NX4 PHEV) vehicles. Read More »

    • TSB #22-01-006H-2

      Date Announced:
      FEB 16, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10208860

      This bulletin provides the procedure to update the ECU and TCU software to improve drivability and shift quality when accelerating. Read More »

    • TSB #22-01-014H

      Date Announced:
      FEB 07, 2022
      NHTSA ID:
      #10208864

      This bulletin describes the procedure to update wireless CarPlay to alleviate frequent disconnection of wireless CarPlay caused by other wireless noise from unknown sources which could make wireless communication unstable between D-Audio ... Read More »

    • TSB #21-GI-003H

      Date Announced:
      MAR 19, 2021
      NHTSA ID:
      #10190034

      This bulletin provides information on the Launch Quality Monitoring Process (LQMP) for the 2022MY Hyundai Tucson. After a new vehicle launch, Hyundai uses the LQMP to monitor all customer and dealer activities at a minimum of 100 days. Read More »