Toyota AVALON Tire Pressure ID Code Registration Guide
The 5 simple steps on how to register the ID codes of the tire pressure system of the Toyota Avalon. This procedure is required if you are replacing a new tire valve and transmitter to your vehicle. This ID code registration will also reset the Tire pressure warning light.
When replacing the tires or wheels, the tire pressure warning valve and transmitters must be installed to the wheels which will be installed to the vehicle.
When new tire pressure warning valve and transmitters are installed, new ID codes must be registered in the tire pressure warning computer and the tire pressure warning system must be initialized. Read Here: How To Initialized The Tire Pressure Warning System
5 Steps to Register The ID Codes
- Select SETTINGS on the multi-information display using the meter control switches on the steering wheel.
- Select VEHICEL SETTINGS and then press and hold the OK button.
- Select “TPWS” and then press OK button.
- Select “CHANCE WHEEL” then press and hold OK button until the tire pressure warning light blinks slowly 3 times. Then a message will be displayed on the multi-information display. When registration is being performed, the tire pressure warning light will blink for approximately 1 minute then illuminate and “—” will be displayed for the inflation pressure of each tire on the multi information display.
- Drive straight (with occasional left and right turns) at approximately 25 mph (40 km/h) or more for approximately 10 to 30 minutes.
Registration is complete when the tire pressure warning light turns off and the inflation pressure of each tire is displayed on the multi information display.
Registration may take longer than approximately 1 hour in certain situations, such as when the vehicle is stopped for a long time at traffic lights, etc.
After registering the ID codes, make sure to initialize the tire pressure warning system. Click this link. How To Initialized The Tire Pressure Warning System
That is easy and simple tutorial on how to register the new ID codes to your Toyota Avalon Tire Pressure System. I am hoping this tutorial is helpful. Thank you very much – Erwin C. Salarda.