Audi TPMS Reset 2004-2005 Allroad Quattro

AUDI TPMS RESET

HOW TO RESET THE TPMS LIGHT ON AUDI Allroad Quattro

If a “low tire pressure” warning light is observed, filling the tire(s) to specified pressures should shut the light off. If the light remains on, follow the below procedure.

Store the tire pressure

In order for the tire pressure monitoring system to work, the specified pressures must be re-saved each time a wheel is changed.

You must perform the following steps in order for the system to function properly:

Check and adjust the tire pressure

  •  Check and correct the pressures in all the vehicles’s tires (including the spare) to conform to the information provided on the tire pressure label. The label is located on the inside of the fuel filler flap.
  • Store the tire pressure

    Store the tire pressure
    Store the tire pressure

  • Turn on the ignition. l Press the “Menu” button to open the start menu.

    Turn on the ignition. l Press the "Menu" button to open the start menu.
    Turn on the ignition. l Press the “Menu” button to open the start menu.

  • Move the selection arrow to “Set” by rotating the turn/push knob.

    Move the selection arrow to "Set" by rotating the turn/push knob.
    Move the selection arrow to “Set” by rotating the turn/push knob.

  • Press the turn/push knob. The settings menu appears.
  • Move the selection arrow to “Tire pressure” by rotating the turn/push knob.
  • Press the turn/push knob. The submenu “Tire pressure” appears.
  • Move the selection arrow to “Store pressures!”.
  • Press the turn/push knob. A check mark appears. The system reports that the store request was saved with “The current tire pressure will be saved.”
  • Move the selection arrow to back.
  • Press the turn/push knob to leave the tire pressure menu.

When “Store pressure!” is initiated the system automatically starts the learning procedure.

The “Store pressures!” procedure must be launched after every change in air pressure and after every wheel change. The system does not know the specification pressure until the procedure is complete so that it can report a loss of pressure.

Learning process

After the specification pressures are stored, the learning procedure starts. The learning procedure is launched by storing the air pressures. It is completely automatic and normally you never notice it. It takes several minutes while you are driving. The system will learn the tire pressures set on the vehicle and will check to see if any tires were changed. During this learning phase, the system will be operable, but it will only issue a warning when the pressure in one or more tires (including the spare) deviates from the specified pressures by more the 6 psi (0.4 bar). If this still does not fix the problem, contact your authorized Audi dealer for assistance.