2016 Elantra hatchbacl

Asked by Nov 12, 2017 at 11:05 AM about the 2016 Hyundai Elantra

Question type: General

I also have the shooting snowflake symbol
coming up on my dashboard. One person
says it's because of tire pressure being
uniformed another says it's because the
weather is going to get tricky or is below
normal. It is not in the owner's manual so
which one of you is correct? I truly need to
know definitively. Thank you

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If there is nothing in the owners manual, it can be either under 40 degrees Fahrenheit and a warning to watch for ice conditions or 'snow mode' that you can select for the transmission.

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Thanks Tom I appreciate the help. I now have four possibilities of what this could be. I am assuming the only way to truly find out without a shadow of a doubt is to either contact the maker or a dealership? I have tried to correlate a pattern because this light does not come on consistently or regularly, since it looks like a little snowflake I was hoping it had something to do with the weather and it has gotten very cold here very quickly.

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