Toyota Tundra: Reset TPMS

If your tires are in good condition with the proper air, follow the steps below depending on your Toyota Tundra model to rectify the TPMS sensors.

2006 – 2022 Models

  1. Park your car on level ground and turn off your engine.
  2. Check the tire pressure in all tires and ensure they are inflated to the recommended air pressure indicated on the driver’s door panel placard.
  3. Turn on the engine.
  4. Locate the TPMS reset button. Look under the dash, to the right of the steering wheel, and to the left of the center console.
  5. Press and hold the TPMS reset button until the tire pressure warning light flashes three times, then release the button.
  6. Wait a few minutes before turning off your engine.

2000 – 2005 Models

  1. Park your car on level ground and turn off your engine.
  2. Check the tire pressure in all tires and ensure they are inflated to the recommended air pressure indicated on the driver’s door panel placard.
  3. Press the reset button on the dash to turn off the indicator light. But if your tires have sensors in each tire, you will need to reset your TPMS with a specialized tool.
  4. The TPMS scanning tool is placed against each tire to reset the sensor. Or you can also use a magnet by placing it over each valve starting from left front, right front, right rear, then left rear.
  5. Wait until the horn chips to signify completion.

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