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Where is the TPMS reset button?

The tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) reset button's location can differ based on the make and model of your vehicle.

Its position could be beneath the steering wheel, in the glove box or centre console. For the most modern cars, it could also be an option within the settings of your car’s onboard entertainment and navigational system.

To find out how to reset your car’s TPMS, refer to the owner's manual – which will provide detailed instructions on how to find and use the TPMS reset button.

If the manual is not available, try searching online by entering your car's make, model, and year alongside "TPMS reset button location."

It is worth pointing out that not all vehicles have a TPMS reset button, and the system may automatically reset itself once the tyre pressure is adjusted correctly. If you're uncertain if your vehicle has a reset button, refer to the owner's manual or get help from a local dealership.

Please note: the TPMS light illuminating does not necessarily indicate that the system needs to be reset. It could instead signal a problem with a tyre such as low tyre pressure or a puncture. Before resetting the TPMS system, check your tyre pressure and inspect your tyres for signs of damage.