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Audi Tpms Reset

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1997-2003 A6/A8/S8 all tpms reset

If a “low tire pressure” warning light is observed, filling the tire(s) to specified pressures should shut the light off. If the light remains on follow the below procedure.

The tire pressure monitoring system is operated using the Multi Media Interface (MMI). The system monitors tire pressures that are specified by the operator. Before hand, the following steps must be performed:

Checking and correcting tire pressures:

  • First check and correct all tire pressures on vehicle (including spare tire) Refer to specified tire pressures on tank flap data la

Saving tire pressures:

After checking the tire pressures and correctly filling the tires, the current pressures must be stored in memory. The system automatically carries out an adaptation procedure.

Proceed as follows:

  • _ Switch ignition
  • _ Press function key “CAR”.
  • _ In”CAR” menu, select systems.
  • _ Select tire pressure monitoring sys
  • _ Select “store tire pressure”.

Tire pressures must be stored each time the tire pressure and or tire has been changed.

Further information can be found under “Wheels and Tires : Tire Monitoring System : Service and Repair : Procedures.


2001-2003 Allroad Quattro tpms reset

If a “low tire pressure” warning light is observed, filling the tire(s) to specified pressures should shut the light off. If the light remains on follow the below procedure.

The tire pressure monitoring system is operated using the Multi Media Interface (MMI). The system monitors tire pressures that are specified by the operator. Before hand, the following steps must be performed:

Checking and correcting tire pressures:

  • First check and correct all tire pressures on vehicle (including spare tire) Refer to specified tire pressures on tank flap data label.

Saving tire pressures:

After checking the tire pressures and correctly filling the tires, the current pressures must be stored in memory. The system automatically carries out an adaptation procedure.

Proceed as follows:

  • Switch ignition on.
  • Press function key “CAR”.
  • In”CAR” menu, select systems.
  • Select tire pressure monitoring system.
  • Select “store tire pressure”.

Tire pressures must be stored each time the tire pressure and or tire has been changed.

Further information can be found under “Wheels and Tires : Tire Monitoring System : Service and Repair : Procedures.


2001-2003 S8

If a “low tire pressure” warning light is observed, filling the tire(s) to specified pressures should shut the light off. If the light remains on follow the below procedure.

The tire pressure monitoring system is operated using the Multi Media Interface (MMI). The system monitors tire pressures that are specified by the operator. Before hand, the following steps must be performed:

Checking and correcting tire pressures:

First check and correct all tire pressures on vehicle (including spare tire) Refer to specified tire pressures on tank flap data label.

Saving tire pressures:

After checking the tire pressures and correctly filling the tires, the current pressures must be stored in memory. The system automatically carries out an adaptation procedure.

Proceed as follows:

  • _ Switch ignition on.
  • _ Press function key “CAR”.
  • _ In”CAR” menu, select systems.
  • _ Select tire pressure monitoring system.
  • _ Select “store tire pressure”.

Tire pressures must be stored each time the tire pressure and or tire has been changed.


 

2002-2003 S6

If a “low tire pressure” warning light is observed, filling the tire(s) to specified pressures should shut the light off. If the light remains on follow the below procedure.

The tire pressure monitoring system is operated using the Multi Media Interface (MMI). The system monitors tire pressures that are specified by the operator. Before hand, the following steps must be performed:

Checking and correcting tire pressures:

First check and correct all tire pressures on vehicle (including spare tire) Refer to specified tire pressures on tank flap data label.

Saving tire pressures:

After checking the tire pressures and correctly filling the tires, the current pressures must be stored in memory. The system automatically carries out an adaptation procedure.

Proceed as follows:

  •  Switch ignition on.
  •  Press function key “CAR”.
  •  In”CAR” menu, select systems.
  •  Select tire pressure monitoring system.
  •  Select “store tire pressure”.

Tire pressures must be stored each time the tire pressure and or tire has been changed.

Further information can be found under “Wheels and Tires : Tire Monitoring System : Service and Repair : Procedures.


2003 RS6 tpms reset

If a “low tire pressure” warning light is observed, filling the tire(s) to specified pressures should shut the light off. If the light remains on follow the below procedure.

The tire pressure monitoring system is operated using the Multi Media Interface (MMI). The system monitors tire pressures that are specified by the operator. Before hand, the following steps must be performed:

Checking and correcting tire pressures:

  • First check and correct all tire pressures on vehicle (including spare tire) Refer to specified tire pressures on tank flap data label.

Saving tire pressures:

After checking the tire pressures and correctly filling the tires, the current pressures must be stored in memory. The system automatically carries out an adaptation procedure.

Proceed as follows:

  •  Switch ignition on.
  •  Press function key “CAR”.
  •  In”CAR” menu, select systems.
  •  Select tire pressure monitoring system.
  •  Select “store tire pressure”.

Tire pressures must be stored each time the tire pressure and or tire has been changed.

Further information can be found under “Wheels and Tires : Tire Monitoring System : Service and Repair : Procedures.

 


2004-2005 Allroad Quattro

If a “low tire pressure” warning light is observed, filling the tire(s) to specified pressures should shut the light off. If the light remains on, follow the below procedure.

Store the tire pressure

In order for the tire pressure monitoring system to work, the specified pressures must be re-saved each time a wheel is changed.

You must perform the following steps in order for the system to function properly:

Check and adjust the tire pressure

  • Check and correct the pressures in all the vehicles’s tires (including the spare) to conform to the information provided on the tire pressure label. The label is located on the inside of the fuel filler flap.

Store the tire pressure

  • Turn on the ignition.
  • Press the “Menu” button to open the start menu.
  • Move the selection arrow to “Set” by rotating the turn/push knob.
  • Press the turn/push knob. The settings menu appears.
  • Move the selection arrow to “Tire pressure” by rotating the turn/push knob.
  • Press the turn/push knob. The submenu “Tire pressure” appears.
  • Move the selection arrow to “Store pressures!”.
  •  Press the turn/push knob. A check mark appears. The system reports that the store request was saved with “The current tire pressure will be saved.”
  • Move the selection arrow to back.
  • Press the turn/push knob to leave the tire pressure menu.
  • When “Store pressure!” is initiated the system automatically starts the learning procedure.

 

The “Store pressures!” procedure must be launched after every change in air pressure and after every wheel change. The system does not know the specification pressure until the procedure is complete so that it can report a loss of pressure.

Learning process

After the specification pressures are stored, the learning procedure starts. The learning procedure is launched by storing the air pressures. It is completely automatic and normally you never notice it. It takes several minutes while you are driving. The system will learn the tire pressures set on the vehicle and will check to see if any tires were changed. During this learning phase, the system will be operable, but it will only issue a warning when the pressure in one or more tires (including the spare) deviates from the specified pressures by more the 6 psi (0.4 bar). If this still does not fix the problem, contact your authorized Audi dealer for assistance.


2004-2007 A6/A8 All tpms reset

Audi utilizes a sophisticated computer system to monitor tire pressure. If a low tire pressure warning light is observed, simply filling the tire(s) to specified pressures should shut the light off. If this does not shut off the light, then follow the “changing a wheel” initialization procedure.

Changing a wheel

  • When you change a wheel, the new tire must be initialized.
  •  Press the “CAR” function button.
  •  Select Systems in the CAR menu.
  • Select Tire pressure monitoring.
  •  Select Initialize wheels.

When you change a tire, you must perform the Initialize wheels procedure. You must do this each time to change a tire. The procedure can take up to 20 minutes. During this time, the tire pressure and temperature will not be displayed because the sensors are being “broken in” and the learning


2005-2006 A4/S4 All

Audi utilizes a sophisticated computer system to monitor tire pressure. If a low tire pressure warning light is observed, simply filling the tire(s) to specified pressures should shut the light off. If this does not shut off the light, then follow the “changing a wheel” initialization procedure.

Changing a wheel

  • When you change a wheel the new tire must be initialized.
  • Select Wheel change in the Tire pressure menu on car dash panel board.

our tire change is incomplete if you do not access the Driver Information System menu and select and confirm Wheel change. You must do this each time to change a tire. The procedure can take up to 20 minutes. During this time, the sensors are readjusting to the new wheel/tire combination and the monitoring system is operating at reduced sensitivity. It only warns when tire pressure drops below the minimum permissible specified pressure. If this is the case, the warning symbol appears together with the message Tire pressure!


2006-2010 A3 tpms reset

TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM, ADAPTING

The tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) is a software module in the ESP/ABS control module to detect slow and very slow losses of tire pressure at the wheels. TPMS compares the speed, i.e. the rolling circumference of the individual wheels using the ABS sensors. If the rolling circumference of a wheel changes, the TPMS warning lamp lights up in the instrument cluster.

  • The rolling circumference of a wheel can change if:
  • The tire pressure is too low.
  • The tire is damaged.
  • The vehicle is loaded unevenly.
  • The wheels of one axle are subjected to a greater load (e.g. pulling a trailer or when driving uphill and downhill).
  • Driving with snow chains.
  • The spare wheel is installed.
  • One wheel on an axle was changed (also if wheels were changed from front to rear or vice versa)

Adapting the tire pressure monitoring system:

  • Each time a tire is changed, the TPMS button arrow must be pressed with the ignition switched on and the vehicle at a standstill until a signal is heard.
  • Tire pressure monitoring system is adapted after signal has sounded.
  • During the learning phase, the tire pressure monitoring system performs only is only partially available. It only warns when tire pressure drops below the minimum permissible specified pressure.
  • If this still does not fix the problem, contact your authorized Audi dealer for assistance.

process is taking place.

During the learning process the tire pressure monitoring system is only partially available It only warns when tire pressure drops below the minimum permissible specified pressure. This can indicate one or more tires as well as the spare tire. If this is the case, the warning symbol appears together with the message Tire pressure!

If this still does not fix the problem, contact your authorized Audi dealer for assistance.


2007 A4 Quattro Sedan, Sedan tpms reset

Audi utilizes a sophisticated computer system to monitor tire pressure. If a low tire pressure warning light is observed, simply filling the tire(s) to specified pressures should shut the light off. If this does not shut off the light, then follow the “changing a wheel” initialization procedure.

  • Changing a wheel
  • When you change a wheel the new tire must be initialized.
  • Select Wheel change in the Tire pressure menu.

Your tire change is incomplete if you do not access the Driver Information System menu and select and confirm Wheel change. You must do this each time to change a tire. The procedure can take up to 20 minutes. During this time, the sensors are readjusting to the new wheel/tire combination and the monitoring system is operating at reduced sensitivity. It only warns when tire pressure drops below the minimum permissible specified pressure. If this is the case, the warning symbol appears together with the message Tire pressure!

During the learning phase, the tire pressure monitoring system performs only is only partially available. It only warns when tire pressure drops below the minimum permissible specified pressure.

If this still does not fix the problem, contact your authorized Audi dealer for assistance.


2007 Q7 TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM

Tire Pressure Monitoring System, System Usage

Function:

The Tire Pressure Monitoring System is operated in MMI.

The system monitors tire pressure you have set and entered for monitoring.

Check and correct tire pressure according to specifications in the Owners Manual and store pressure via MMI.

Recode Tire Pressure Monitoring Control Module J502.

If Tire Pressure Monitoring Control Module J502 is replaced, new control module must be coded. To do this, proceed as follows.

Connect VAS 5051B , perform vehicle-specific entry into Guided Fault Finding and select “Function/Component Selection” using Goto button –> “Connecting Vehicle Diagnosis, Testing and Information System VAS 5051B and selecting functions.”

Then

  • “Chassis …”
  •  “Tire pressure monitoring …”
  • “01- On Board Diagnostic (OBD) capable systems”
  • “65 – Base Low Tire Pressure Monitoring Control Module” or “65 – High Tire Pressure Monitoring Control Module Sensor”
  • “J502 – Tire Pressure Monitoring Control Module, functions”
  •  “J502 – Code control module”
  • Tire pressure saving must be initiated after every desired change to specified pressures.
  • Save wheel change or tire pressures.
  • The correct saving of specified values in basic requirement for dependable tire pressure monitoring.
  • Switch ignition on.
  • Press “CAR” function button.
  • Using rotary switch, select “Systems” in CAR menu and acknowledge by pressing rotary switch.
  • Using rotary switch, select “Tire pressure monitoring” in CAR menu and acknowledge by pressing rotary switch.
  • Using rotary switch, select “Save tire pressures” or “Tire change” in CAR menu and acknowledge by pressing rotary switch.
  • Tire pressure saving must be initiated after every desired change to specified pressures.

STORING TIRE PRESSURE VALUES

NOTE:

  • Saving of tire pressures must be started after each deliberate change to specified values.
  • After storing, the Tire Pressure Monitoring System measures the current tire pressures and saves these as the new specified values. If the changed tire pressures are not displayed in the MMI display, then it is necessary to drive a short distances so that the tire sensor signal is received again.

Proceed as follows.

  •  Switch ignition on.
  • Press “CAR” function button in MMI operating system.
  • In “Car Menu” , select sub-point “Systems”.
  • Select “Tire Pressure Monitoring System”.
  • Select “Save tire pressures”.

20082010 A4, RS & S4 tpms reset

Reset the system

  • Push the “RESET” button until ‘Display type’ appears
  • Push in the upper (lower) protrusion on the function selector switch ‘A’ to
  • Select the ‘Set’ option.
  • Storing the adjusting tire pressure (step2)
  • Push the ‘RESET’ ‘B’ button
  • Push in the upper (lower) protrusion on the function selector switch ‘A’ to
  • select the ‘Tire pressure’ option
  • Push the ‘RESET’ button.
  • Push in the upper (lower) protrusion on the function selector switch ‘A’ to
  • Select the ‘Store pressures’ option

Following each intentional change in specified pressures, the adjusted tire

pressure must be entered and confirmed again.

After you have saved the tire pressures, the system will measure the actual

Pressures once again, and then save these as the new pressures.


20082010 A5 & S5 tpms reset

Perform Calibration (Readapt Tire Pressure)

Tire pressures must be saved in either the radio or MMI (depending on equipment)

each time the pressure or a tire is changed.

Switch ignition on, select “CAR” function button, select “Tire Pressure

Monitoring System” using multimedia control head -E380- knob and save tire

pressure by pressing knob.


20082010 A6 & S6 tpms reset

  • Correcting tire pressure
  • Check the pressure in the tires
  • Adjust air pressure as needed to comply with the information on the label
  • located either on the driver’s side B-pillar (visible when the door is open) or
  • inside the fuel filler flap.

 

Saving tire pressure:

  •  Turn on ignition
  •  Press the “CAR” function button. _ Select ‘Systems’ in the CAR menu. _ Select ‘Tire pressure monitoring’. _ Select ‘Store cuur. tire pressures’.
  • All pressure warning indicators in the display will be canceled.
  • Following each intentional change in specified pressures, tire pressures must be saved.
  • After the pressures are saved, the tire pressure monitoring system measures the
  • current tire pressures and saved them as the new specified pressures.

20082010 A8 & S8 tpms reset

Tire pressure monitoring system

  • Storing tire pressures
  • Correct storage of specified pressure is the basic requirement for reliable tire
  • pressure monitoring. In order for the tire pressure monitoring system to operate
  • appropriately, you have to re-save the specified pressures whenever you adjust
  • tire pressure, for example when the load condition of your vehicle changes.

 

Proceed as follows:

  • Correcting tire pressure
  • Check the pressure in the tires (including the spare tire).
  • Adjust air pressure as needed in accordance with the information on the sticker
  • inside the fuel door.
  • Saving tire pressures
  •  Press the “CAR” function button. _ Select Systems in the CAR menu. _ Select Tire pressure monitoring. _ Select Store curr. tire pressures.
  • Following each intentional change in specified pressures, tire pressures must be resaved.
  • After you have saved the tire pressures, the system will measure the actual
  • pressures once again, and then save these as the new pressures.

20082010 Q7 tpms reset

STORING TIRE PRESSURE VALUES

NOTE:

Saving of tire pressures must be started after each deliberate change to specified values.

After storing, the Tire Pressure Monitoring System measures the current tire pressures and saves these as the new specified values. If the changed tire pressures are not displayed in the MMI display, then it is necessary to drive a short distances so that the tire sensor signal is received again.

Proceed as follows.

  • Switch ignition on.
  • Press “CAR” function button in MMI operating system.
  • In “Car Menu” , select sub-point “Systems”.
  • Select “Tire Pressure Monitoring System”.
  • Select “Save tire pressures”.

20082010 TT tpms reset

After each change involving the tires, e.g. tire pressure or replacing or exchanging tires, the system must be programmed.

With ignition on and vehicle standing. press tire pressure monitoring button

-arrow- until tire pressure display blinks several times in instrument cluster and a signal is heard. Once the signal is heard, the TPMS has been adapted.


20092010 Q5 tpms reset

The tire pressure monitoring system is controlled using the Multimedia

Control Head (E380), which is installed in the center console.

The system monitors the tire pressure that was set for monitoring in each of the four tires.

The tire pressures must be checked, corrected and saved via the Multimedia Control Head (E380) under the menu items ” CAR”, “Systems” and “Tire Pressure Monitoring”. Then check and correct the tire pressure for the tires on the vehicle (including spare tire) according to the specifications on the sticker on the fuel filler flap/B-pillar.


 

Acura TPMS Reset Procedure

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 TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM RESET PROCEDURE

Acura 2004-2009 all models

Reset after tire rotation, flat repair or after sensor replacement

After rotating the tires, repairing a flat tire or replacing a TPMS sensor, drive the vehicle for at least 40 seconds at a speed of 15 mph (24 km/h) or more, and all the sensor ID’s will be memorized automatically.

If indicator does not go out, further diagnosis is required.

Acura 2010 All Models

Reset after tire rotation, flat repair or after sensor replacement

After rotating the tires, repairing a flat tire or replacing a TPMS sensor, drive the vehicle for at least 40 seconds at a speed of 15 mph (24 km/h) or more, and all the sensor ID’s will be memorized automatically.

Each sensor is an integrated unit made up of the tire valve stem, a pressure sensor, and a transmitter. The unit is attached to the inside of the wheel, around the valve stem. The sensor transmits internal tire information one time per 60 seconds to the TPMS control unit. When the TPMS control unit receives a tire pressure reading of less than: With 17 inch and 18 inch wheels 175 kPa (1.8 kgf/cm2, 25 psi), or with 19 inch wheels front 202 kPa (2.1 kgf/cm2, 29 psi), rear 175 kPa (1.8 kgf/cm2, 25 psi), the TPMS control unit then turns on the low tire pressure indicator and the appropriate tire(s) indicator. When that tire’s pressure is increased to more than: With 17 inch and 18 inch wheels 200 kPa (2.0 kgf/cm2, 29 psi), or with 19 inch wheels front 235 kPa (2.4 kgf/cm2, 34 psi), rear 200 kPa (2.0 kgf/cm2, 29 psi), the transmitter sends the tire pressure reading to the TPMS control unit, and the TPMS control unit turns the indicators off.

If indicator does not go out, further diagnosis is required.