Mitsubishi Outlander: How to Reset TPMS

Since 2006, all Mitsubishi Outlander models have had a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS). When the sensors sense a tire change, rotation, or low pressure, they send an alert to your vehicle’s electronic control unit to show a warning light. You need to reset the TPMS manually for the warning light to disappear.

Below are the steps to reset TPMS on a Mitsubishi Outlander.

All Models

Here are the steps to reset the TPMS on all Mitsubishi Outlander models:

  1. Put your vehicle in the P position.
  2. Check the recommended tire pressure on the Tire and Loading Information Label, then inflate your tires to the recommended pressure.
  3. Turn the ignition key to the ON position, but don’t start the engine. For newer models, press the START/STOP button twice, but don’t press the brake pedal.
  4. Press the INFO button repeatedly until you come across the Settings Menu.
  5. Press and hold the INFO button to select Settings Menu.
  6. Press the INFO button repeatedly to scroll down the menu until you find the RESET option beside the TPMS symbol.
  7. Press and hold the INFO button until you hear a beep, and the TPMS warning light starts flashing.
  8. Start the engine and drive the vehicle for a few miles until the warning light disappears.

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