Volvo Cars 2005-2010 TPMS Reset Guide

Volvo Cars 2005-2010 TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) Reset Guide

 

All Model (2005-2006 ) except 40 Series

On vehicles equipped with Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).

When a low tire pressure warning message has been displayed, and the tire pressure warning light has come on:

1. Use a tire pressure gauge to check the inflation pressure of all four tires.

2. Re-inflate the tire(s) to the correct pressure (consult the tire pressure placard or the pressure tableof the owner’s manual).

3. Drive the car for at least one minute at a speed of 20 mph (30 km/h) or faster. This will erase the warning text and the warning light will go out.


Volvo S60, V70, XC70, XC90 Year 2007

TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS)

The easiest way to reset a warning is to stop the vehicle, top up the tire with low air pressure with air and then drive the vehicle faster than 40 km/h (25 mph) for longer than 10 minutes, accumulated time. If the customer has arrived at the workshop the warning can also be reset by filling the tire with low air pressure with air and the sensor is then activated using the special tool for activating the tire pressure sensor.

NOTE: Only applies to USA/CDN. A warning lamp also lights in the Driver information module (DIM) at the same time as the warning message.


S80 year 2007

TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS)

The easiest way to reset a warning is to stop the vehicle, fill the tire with low pressure with air. The warning in the Driver information module (DIM) disappears the next time the ignition is switched on. If air is filled in a tire that has warned of low pressure and the ignition is on during the entire process, the warning will go out as soon as the pressure in the tire exceeds the normal level. If a sensor must be replaced for a tire that has warned of low pressure, the system must “learn” the new sensor ID. This can be carried out in different ways:

Drive the vehicle faster than 40 km/h (25 mph) for longer than 10 minutes. The warning for low pressure remains in the Driver information module (DIM) until the Central electronic module (CEM ) has identified the new sensor.

Programming “by hand”. This is carried out using the function in VIDA.

NOTE: The vehicle must be parked for longer than 15 minutes to learn the new ID.


All Models Year 2008-2009

TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS)

The easiest way to reset a warning is to stop the vehicle, fill the tire with low pressure with air. The warning in the Driver information module (DIM) disappears the next time the ignition is switched on. If air is filled in a tire that has warned of low pressure and the ignition is on during the entire process, the warning will go out as soon as the pressure in the tire exceeds the normal level. If a sensor must be replaced for a tire that has warned of low pressure, the system must “learn” the new sensor ID. This can be carried out in different ways:

Drive the vehicle faster than 40 km/h (25 mph) for longer than 10 minutes. The warning for low pressure remains in the Driver information module (DIM) until the Central electronic module (CEM ) has identified the new sensor.

Programming “by hand”. This is carried out using the function in VIDA.

NOTE: The vehicle must be parked for longer than 15 minutes to learn the new ID.


All Models Year 2010

Erasing warning messages: When a low tire pressure warning message has been displayed, and the tire pressure warning light has come on:

1. Use a tire pressure gauge to check the inflation pressure of all four tires.

2. Re-inflate the tire(s) to the correct pressure.

3. In certain cases, it may be necessary to drive the vehicle for several minutes at a speed of 20 mph (30 km/h) or faster. This will erase the warning text and the warning light will go out.

LIST OF VOLVO CARS

  • Volvo C70
  • Volvo S80
  • Volvo S60
  • Volvo V70/XC70
  • Volvo XC90
  • Volvo S40/V50
  • Volvo C30
  • Volvo XC60
  • Volvo S60/V60
  • Volvo V40
  • Volvo XC Classic
  • Volvo S90/V90
  • Volvo XC40
Volvo Cars 2005-2010 TPMS Reset Guide
Volvo Cars 2005-2010 TPMS Reset Guide

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