Nissan Altima: Reset TPMS

Are you wondering how to eliminate the tire pressure warning light and message on your instrument cluster? These two warnings indicate one or more tires have low pressure. If you inflate the tires and the warnings remain, you must reset the TPMS.

Resetting the TPMS will eliminate the warning light and message. However, ensure your tire pressure of all four tires is correct, as recommended in the Tire and Loading Information Label before resetting the TPMS.

2019 – 2022 Models

  1. Apply the parking brake.
  2. Press the Start/Stop engine button twice to put the vehicle in the Run position.
  3. Inflate the tires with low pressure until the pressure matches the one recommended on the Tire and Loading Information Label.
  4. Your car will chime once when you reach the recommended tire pressure for all tires.
  5. Drive your vehicle for several minutes at 16 mph.
  6. The TPMS will reset, and the tire pressure warning light and message will disappear.

2007 – 2018 Models

  1. Park on level ground and engage the parking brake.
  2. Turn on the ignition, but don’t start the engine.
  3. Under the steering wheel, press and hold the TPMS reset button until the warning light flashes three times.
  4. Start the vehicle and run it for about 20 minutes.
  5. If the tire pressure warning light is persistent, drive the vehicle for ten minutes at 50 mph.
  6. The warning light and message disappear.

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