Infiniti QX60: Reset TPMS

When your tire pressure is unbalanced, you’ll see a lingering warning light on your dashboard and a notification reading ‘Tire Pressure Low- Add Air.’ This is a warning sign from the inbuilt Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), which can only go away after resetting the system.

2022 Model

  1. Ensure the tires are cold and your vehicle is parked on a level surface. Tires are considered cold after having parked the car for three hours.
  2. Turn the ignition switch on without starting the engine.
  3. Use the side arrows on the steering wheel to scroll through the dashboard until you find the Tire Pressure (psi) screen. 
  4. Check the pressure of the four tires on the vehicle information dashboard.
  5. Adjust the tire pressure on all four tires to match the recommended pressure on the Tire Loading and Information Label.
  6. When you attain the right pressure for each tire, the car will chime once, and an indicator light will flash once.
  7. After balancing the tire pressure across the four tires, drive the vehicle at a speed exceeding 16mphuntil the tire pressure signal disappears.

2016 – 2021 Models

  1. Apply the parking brake and ensure your tires are cold.
  2. Turn on the ignition switch but don’t start the engine.
  3. Check the pressure of the four tires by navigating to your dashboard’s Tire Pressure (psi) screen.
  4. Add pressure to the tires until you attain the pressure recommended in the Tire Loading and Information Label.
  5. You should hear the vehicle horn beep and indicator lights flash once after attaining the right pressure in the four tires.
  6. Drive the vehicle at a speed exceeding 16mph until the warning tire pressure signal on the dashboard disappears.

2014 – 2015 Models

  1. Put the vehicle in park and apply the parking brake.
  2. Switch on the ignition key without starting the engine.
  3. Add air into the inflated tires and keep an eye out for flashing hazard lights.
  4. After attaining the recommended pressure(as indicated in the Tire Loading and Information Label) for each tire, the car horn beeps once, and the hazard light flashes once.
  5. Drive the vehicle at a speed of 16mph and above until the tire pressure warning signal on the dashboard disappears.

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