In this article, LMR shows you the process of the TPMS relearn procedure covering all 2015-2021 Mustangs. The TPMS or Tire Pressure Monitoring System became a standard feature back in 2007 on the Ford Mustang. The TPMS monitors your tire pressures and will notify you when you have one or more running low. This helps you with premature wear and even blowouts for the tires on your car. The 2015-21 Mustang models are going to be a self-learning option, but in some cases, the sensors can go into a sleep mode to help save battery life. If you do install a new set and your indicator light comes on, here are the steps to reset these and get you back on the road.
As we all know, there is nothing more annoying than having the low tire light show up on your dash. If you have recently installed a new set of wheels, this procedure may be needed to reset your TPMS sensors. As mentioned earlier, these normally are self-learning sensors, but if your vehicle does not learn these off the bat, this process will help you with reteaching the sensors. Overall this is a very simple task and will take you about 5 mins to complete in your driveway.
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