Ford Edge: How To Reset The TPMS Warning Light

Is the TPMS Warning light on on your Ford Edge? The warning 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 vehicles overall performance such as how the vehicle drives, fuel economy, tire traction. Use these steps to reset the TPMS light.

OPTION 1 Models with Traditional Ignitions

  1. Set your Brake (Optional but safe). 
  2. Fill each tire to the recommended PSI/air pressure levels. To check the recommended Air levels needed. Refer to the manufacturer’s sticker located on the inside of the Driver’s door. 
  3. Drive for 1-2 miles. 

The warning light should disappear.  

*However, if the light remains illuminated, keep in mind, after tires are inflated/deflated, the outdoor temperature affects how fast the air in the tires will adjust to the proper temperature, this could take a day, 2 or 3, simply be patient and give the tires time to adjust. In addition, if the tire pressure warning light stays illuminated past a week, take it to a repair shop as they may reprogram the system with a professional tool, without a fee. If reprogramming fails, there could possibly be a sensor issue or a tire puncture. 

NOTE: If you are unable to Reprogram the Tire Pressure System on the first try, repeat the steps. If you are still unsuccessful, contact the dealership for assistance. Lastly, you may also consult your vehicle user’s manual. 


OPTION 2 Models with Push Start Buttons

  1. Set your Brake (Optional but Safe). 
  2. Fill each tire to the recommended PSI/air pressure levels. 
  3. Turn the ignition ON (Do not press the gas or brake pedals)  
  4. Press the HAZARD button 6 times OR until the horn BEEPS once.
  5. After the BEEP, use a writing PEN or the device of your choice to RELEASE some air from ALL 4 of the tires.  
  6. Let the air out of the DRIVER’s side tire FIRST until the horn BEEPS. Be patient as this could take up to 30 seconds for each tire.  
  7. Do the exact same for ALL the tires in this order- Driver, Front Passenger, Right Rear, then Left Rear.   

Thereafter, the menu screen should read TRAINING COMPLETE. If not, start the process again from the beginning.

If TRAINING COMPLETE is displayed, refill each tire to the recommended PSI level to finalize your TPMS reprogramming! 

The TPMS warning light on your Ford Edge should be cleared. However, if the light remains illuminated, keep in mind, after tires are inflated/deflated, the outdoor temperature affects how fast the air in the tires will adjust to the proper temperature, this could take a day, 2 or 3, simply be patient and give the tires time to adjust. In addition, if the tire pressure warning light stays illuminated past a week, take it to a repair shop as they may reprogram the system with a professional tool, without a fee. If reprogramming fails, there could possibly be a sensor issue or a tire puncture. 

NOTE: If you are unable to Reprogram the Tire Pressure System on the first try, repeat the steps. If you are still unsuccessful, contact the dealership for assistance. Lastly, you may also consult your vehicle user’s manual. 

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