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How to Reset Tire Pressure Light

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If you’ve had your tires inflated, but the tire pressure light remains on, you may need to reset it. Your tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) is essential to your vehicle’s safety, and you want to make sure it’s activated. When you start running into issues with your TPMS light on, follow these simple steps, or bring your Toyota vehicle to the service center near Atlanta

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Step-by-Step Guide: Resetting Your Tire Pressure Light

After properly inflating your tires, the tire pressure light should automatically turn off. However, if the TPMS light remains on, there are a few things you can do:

  • Drive at or above 50 mph for 10 minutes to reset the sensor. This can cause your sensor to reset when you turn on your vehicle.
  • With the vehicle off, turn the key to the “ON” position, but do not start it. Hold the TPMS reset button until you see the flashing tire pressure light blink three times. Then release the reset button. Start the car and give it about 20 minutes for the sensor to refresh. The tire pressure monitor reset button is typically found under the steering wheel. Refer to your owner’s manual if you can’t find it.
  • Inflate all tires to 3 PSI over the recommended amount, then deflate them completely. This includes the spare tire because it could also have a sensor. Once the tires are all deflated, reinflate to the recommended tire pressure.
  • With the vehicle off, disconnect the positive battery cable with a wrench. Turn the car on and honk the horn for about three seconds. This will discharge any power that’s still left in your car. Then reconnect the battery.

What Does a Flashing Tire Pressure Light Mean?

Most of the time, the tire pressure sensors use a battery, and a flashing tire pressure light often indicates that the battery needs to be replaced. It can also mean there’s a problem with one of the sensors. It’s recommended to schedule service at Marietta Toyota so our team can diagnose the problem and get you back on the road safely.

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Trying to see why your TPMS light won’t turn off can be a bit frustrating, and the most straightforward way to solve the problem is to visit Marietta Toyota near Smyrna. Our state-of-the-art service center has the equipment needed to diagnose and fix the issue. Contact us with any questions like what the numbers on your tires mean!

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2020-2021 Toyota 4Runner Low Tire Pressure TPMS Light Reset Guide

2020-2021 Toyota 4Runner Low Tire Pressure TPMS Light Reset Guide – The Toyota 4Runner is a Toyota SUV that has been sold in North America since 1984 and is produced at the Toyota plant in Tahara, Aichi. Toyota re-launched the latest generation 4Runner from the base 4Runner facelift model launched in 2014 and got the TRD Pro trim in 2015.

Not much has changed for the 2020 Toyota 4Runner model year, including the exterior and interior, based on the 2014 4Runner model. The most striking update of this new model is the new infotainment system in the form of a larger touch screen than the previous model with a screen size of 6.1 inches.

2020-2021 Toyota 4Runner Low Tire Pressure TPMS Light Reset Guide

2020-2021 Toyota 4Runner Low Tire Pressure TPMS Light Reset Guide

Time needed: 7 minutes.

Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) or also known as TPWS on Toyota cars is a system that provides a real tire pressure report to the driver. If the TPMS warning light appears on your 2020 2021 Toyota 4Runner, it is necessary to reset the TPMS. Follow these steps to do it:

  1. Stop the vehicle and turn off the engine

    The Tire pressure reset process cannot be done while the vehicle is moving.

  2. Adjust the cold tire pressure in all four tires recommended on the tire placard

    The tire placard located on the door panel
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  3. Start the engine

    If your vehicle has an ignition button, Depress the brake pedal and then press the ENGINE START/STOP button

  4. Go to [wp-svg-icons icon=”cog-2″ wrap=”i”] menu by using the ◄ ► navigation button

    The button is located on the steering wheel
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  5. Scroll and select the VEHICLE SETTINGS menu

    Press and hold the OK button to enter the menu

  6. Select TPWS

    Press the OK button to select

  7. Select SET PRESSURE

    Press the OK button to select

  8. Press and hold the OK button until the TPMS indicator blinks 3 times

    “—” will appears on the screen for the inflation pressure of each tire while the reset process is being performed.

  9. Run and drive your car

    TPMS calibration process will complete after 30 minutes driving between 25 mph (40 km/h).

These instructions are based on the Toyota 4Runner owner’s manual. This procedure should apply to the fifth generation of the Toyota 4Runner (2020 2021 model years). Hopefully, the article 2020-2021 Toyota 4Runner Low Tire Pressure TPMS Light Reset Guide can solve your problem. Good Luck!

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How to Reset Tire Pressure Light

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You’ve inflated your tires to the right PSI, but your tire pressure light is still on. It happens sometimes, and you may need to reset it. Your tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) is essential to the safety of your vehicle, and it’s important to ensure it’s activated. If you’re running into any problems when trying to figure out how to reset the TPMS light, follow these steps, or bring your vehicle to the service center at Sam Leman Toyota Bloomington.

Why is Your Tire Pressure Light On?

Your TPMS light could be on when your car starts up, or it could turn on while you’re driving. You could also have a flashing or blinking tire pressure light (more on that below). Whether your tire pressure light turns on while you’re driving around Bloomington or it lights up after you’ve started your car, it is usually because of:

  • Significant changes in weather or temperature: If the air pressure falls or the temperature drops suddenly, your tires will often follow suit. If you haven’t kept up with regular tire pressure checks, one or more tires might lose enough pressure to trigger the TPMS light.
  • A leak in one or more tires: If there’s no sudden weather changes, the most likely cause for the lost air pressure is a leak. While you can try to fill up the tire(s) with air, you’ll need to visit a service center to either patch the tire(s) or replace it.

What Does It Mean When the TPMS Light is Flashing?

The tire pressure sensors use a battery, and if the TPMS light is flashing, it could mean that the battery needs to be replaced. It could also indicate a problem with one of the sensors. Where is the tire pressure sensor located? It is inside the tire attached to the inner part of the rim. If you remove the tire from the rim, you’ll see a small cylinder, which is the tire pressure sensor.

If your TPMS light is flashing, you will want to schedule a service appointment as soon as possible at Sam Leman Toyota Bloomington. We can inspect your vehicle, diagnose the problem, and get you back on the road safely in a timely manner.

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How to Reset Your Tire Pressure Light

Once you have properly inflated your tires, the tire pressure light should go off on its own. If it stays on, try one of the following methods to reset it:

  • Drive at or above 50 mph for 10 minutes. This can cause the tire pressure sensor to reset the next time you turn on the car.
  • With the vehicle off, turn the key to the “on” position, but don’t start the car. Hold the TPMS reset button until the tire pressure light blinks three times, then release it. Start the car and wait 20 minutes for the sensor to refresh. The TPMS reset button is usually located beneath the steering wheel. If you are unable to find it, refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual.
  • Inflate all tires to 3 PSI over their recommended amount, then deflate them completely. Be sure to include the spare tire, as it may have a sensor as well. Once they’re all deflated, re-inflate to the recommended tire pressure.
  • With the vehicle off, disconnect the positive battery cable. Turn the car on and honk the horn for about three seconds. This will discharge any power still stored in the vehicle. Then reconnect the battery.

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If you’re still wondering why your TPMS light won’t turn off, why the TPMS light is flashing, how to reset tire pressure, or where the tire pressure sensor is located, visit Sam Leman Toyota Bloomington. Our state-of-the-art service center features the most advanced diagnostic equipment and our factory-trained technicians have the skill and expertise to quickly solve the problem. Contact us today with any questions about our available services or the ToyotaCare Plus maintenance plan!

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Anyway to easily reset TPMS on a 2018?


I just swapped wheels with someone who also has a 5th gen 4Runner for reasons that aren't important. We both got TPMS lights that came on. Is there any easy way to reset it?

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local tire shop should have a reset tool.

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I just swapped wheels with someone who also has a 5th gen 4Runner for reasons that aren't important. We both got TPMS lights that came on. Is there any easy way to reset it?

Yes.
Each tire/rim has a tpms sensor id specific to that sensor inside rim, when you swapped tires/rims your computer did not recognize the id code from the different rims causing the light to come on.
Any one (tire shop) with a tpms scan tool can find the tpms id code and enter them into your computer. Probably$$. The tpms scan tools aren't cheap.
Maybe you could buy the tool yourself and also fix your friends 4Runner.

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Does anyone know where the TPMS reset button is on the 2018 ? I can’t find one anywhere under the dash ..


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For about $175 bucks can get you a reader/activator and a reset tool.

I have a ateg VT31 reader/activator, in order to set/reset you need the additional OBDII programmer. You can get the all in one tool for $250ish or a VCI cable and techstream if you are savvy and want to spend the time to set that up.

regardless you either go to a shop or you spend money, either way.

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Does anyone know where the TPMS reset button is on the 2018 ? I can’t find one anywhere under the dash ..

If that was sarcasm you should use green text

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Does anyone know where the TPMS reset button is on the 2018 ? I can’t find one anywhere under the dash ..

I don't believe there is one. After adding air it sometimes takes a while to read it and the light goes off by itself. Happens a lot in the winter in the mountains where I'll get the light when it's super cold, but after driving the air pressure comes back and the light goes off.
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There isn't a reset button. The new TPMS modules don't have them, they're programmed through the OBD-II port. Discount Tire will reprogram your TPMS sensors to the truck free of charge.

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So having a reset button for your tpms was actually a thing? I skipped over that whole generation, interesting.

Honestly in this day and age it puzzles me a bit that you can’t actually read your tire pressures anywhere but the valve stem and third party tools.

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So having a reset button for your tpms was actually a thing? I skipped over that whole generation, interesting.

Honestly in this day and age it puzzles me a bit that you can’t actually read your tire pressures anywhere but the valve stem and third party tools.

Some vehicles that use the indirect measurement (using the existing ABS sensors to determine rolling diameter) have a way of resetting the system - in effect telling the system that the tire pressure is OK.

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Depends on the manufacturer.

My car monitors individual sensors per wheel, and will accept new OEM sensors into the system automatically. When I swap between summer and winter wheel sets, it just takes a few seconds for the car to ID the new sensors.

The 4th and 5th gen runners seem to make it more difficult that necessary. I opted to just disable TPMS completely in both of them. Super easy in the 4th gen, and only a little more involved in the 5th.

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My old Scion and I think another one of my cars had a reset button in the glove box for TPMS but it just reset the light on the dash.

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Depends on the manufacturer.

My car monitors individual sensors per wheel, and will accept new OEM sensors into the system automatically. When I swap between summer and winter wheel sets, it just takes a few seconds for the car to ID the new sensors.

The 4th and 5th gen runners seem to make it more difficult that necessary. I opted to just disable TPMS completely in both of them. Super easy in the 4th gen, and only a little more involved in the 5th.

Not that I want to disable it, you’ve peaked my curiosity, how does one disable it on a 5th gen?

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Depends on the manufacturer.

My car monitors individual sensors per wheel, and will accept new OEM sensors into the system automatically. When I swap between summer and winter wheel sets, it just takes a few seconds for the car to ID the new sensors.

The 4th and 5th gen runners seem to make it more difficult that necessary. I opted to just disable TPMS completely in both of them. Super easy in the 4th gen, and only a little more involved in the 5th.

What car do you have that senses the new TPMS transmitters? Acura/Honda does, but I didn't think that ant 4R/LC does that currently.

While it may be possible to disable the system, it is a violation and, quite simply, foolish. Prior to the implementation of the TREAD Act, the majority of cars on the road had under inflated tires and a significant amount had pressure that was at least 25% under the placarded value.

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