Toyota Highlander: Reset TPMS

The tire pressure monitoring system in your Toyota highlander monitors the pressure of the tires through a small sensor. In case of low pressure in any four tires, the TPMS will notify the vehicle through the dash panel warning light.

You’ve inflated your tire to the right pressure required, but your tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) indicator still comes on? It happens to the best of us, and you can easily fix it. Here’s how.

2020 – 2022 Models

  1. Park the vehicle and ensure to turn off the engine.
  2. Inflate each tire as recommended on the tire placard located right on the door wing.
  3. Turn on the engine. If your vehicle has the keyless starting option, push the engine start-stop button twice.
  4. Select the settings option on the steering wheel’s left side using the navigation button.
  5. Choose the vehicle settings menu on the navigation system, scroll down to the TPMS option, and press OK.
  6. Now select set pressure, press in, and hold the OK button until the tire pressure indicator blinks three times.
  7. The pressure of each tire will be shown on the navigation screen after 30 minutes of accumulative driving at 25 mph or 40 km/h.

2007 – 2019 Models

  1. Ensure to park your vehicle and turn off the engine.
  2. Ensure all four tires are to the correct pressure as listed on the placard positioned on the door panel.
  3. Without necessarily starting your engine, turn on the ignition. Press only the power button twice if your vehicle has an ignition button. Ensure not to touch the brake pedal.
  4. Locate the TPMS reset button, then press it until the tire pressure light blinks slowly three times.
  5. Wait for a few minutes, switch on the engine, and let the system record the pressure of each tire.
  6.  Turn the engine switch to lock or ACC position.

2001 – 2006 Models

  1. Insert the key in the ignition and place it in position two to turn on the ignition. You do not have to start your car.
  2. Locate the tire set button positioned in the lower area of the dashboard just above and to the left side of the brake pedal next to the steering wheel.
  3. Hold the button down for a few seconds, and immediately the TPMS light goes off, release the tire button, then press it in again.
  4. Hold it until the warning light starts to flash three times consecutively.
  5. Turn off the ignition.

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