The TPMS sensors in your vehicle monitor the pressure on your tires. If you have replaced, rotated, or one of the tires has low pressure, you’ll see a warning light on the dashboard. The light does not disappear automatically after inflating the tires to the right pressure or balancing them; instead, you must manually reset the TPMS.
2009 – 2022 Models
- Ensure all your tires have the right pressure as indicated in the Tire and Loading Information Label.
- Place your car on level ground and engage the parking brake.
- Turn on the ignition. However, don’t start the engine.
- Press and hold the TPMS reset button below the steering wheel until the TMPS warning light blinks.
- Release the TPMS reset button after the warning light blinks three times.
- Start the engine and drive the vehicle at least 15mph for about ten minutes.
- The TMPS light will go off on its own.