If the Tire Pressure Management System on the Dodge Durango is not working properly, you may have to reset the system. Follow these steps to re-initialize the TPMS.
1997 – 2023 Models
The light indicator is a notification to warn you of significantly low air pressure or high-pressure loss in your tires and is NOT to be ignored, as low pressure affects the vehicle’s overall performance, such as:
- How the vehicle drives.
- Increases the need for fuel.
- Tire failure.
First, Check the Recommended Air Levels Needed:
- Refer to the Manufacturer’s Sticker located on the inside of the Driver’s door.
- Fill each tire to the recommended PSI/air pressure.
To Reset the Warning Light Perform the following step:
- Drive 20 minutes at 15mph/24kmph or more.
- The warning light should be cleared.
NOTE: If you are unable to Reset the Tire Pressure Warning Light in the Dodge Durango on the first try, REPEAT the steps. If you are still unsuccessful, contact the dealership for assistance or consult your vehicle user’s manual.
What if the TPMS light doesn’t go off right away?
Keep in mind that after the tires are inflated, the outdoor temperature affects how fast the air in the tires will adjust. This could take a day or two, so be patient and give the tires time. In addition, if the tire pressure warning light stays lit up past a week, you will need to have your vehicle serviced. There could be a sensor issue or a tire puncture.
Why is my TPMS light not working at all?
Another common reason why the TPMS light isn’t working is the battery. If the battery in your Dodge Durango is dying or dead, this can affect the light. Check your battery!