Lemberg Law is investigating complaints regarding blind spot detection system issues with the 2022 Hyundai Veloster. Vehicle owners are reporting the sensors unnecessarily trigger.
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Does the 2022 Hyundai Veloster have blind spot detection issues?
Yes, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has logged several consumer complaints regarding false positives for the blind spot detection/lane departure systems.
What Problems are Owners Experiencing?
Many complaints state that the blind spot detection system triggers consistently for no reason. This seems to occur as a result of changing the tires.
An owner from Virginia states:
“After replacing the OEM summer tires to Continental DWS, the Blind spot detection system is malfunctioning always saying there is a car in my blind spot when there is no car there. Same tire size as OEM was put on my OEM Rims. My car has less then 1000 miles right now, brand new bought it with 11 miles and was working fine. Nothing has been changed other then tires. Hasn’t been in an accident, Windshield is spotless. Nothing has hit my rear bumper. I don’t know why and neither do dealerships why my BSD is triggering falsely with just a tire change. Please Help.”
An owner from Colorado logged a complaint on the NHTSA website stating:
“The car ships with “summer” tires that cannot be used when it is cold. I replaced the tires with GOODYEAR EAGLE EXHILARATE 235 /35 R19 91Y XL VSB. After the change the Blind Spot Warning sensors continuously false trigger (both driver and passenger side). I contacted the dealer but they did not know how to resolve.”
“After changing the stock tires to all seasons (Continental extreme contact dws 06 plus) using the stock rims, the car started giving false positive blind spot warnings on the passenger side. This affect the use of such security feature as is not reliable anymore.”
“Right side BSD permanently turned on. Cannot signal right without it going off. Consistent false positive on right side BSD”
What should you do if your Hyundai Veloster is experiencing a blind spot detection issue ?
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