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TYRE PRESSURE

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“Tyre pressure” menu

From the “Vehicle” mode, press “Vehicle” then the “Tyre pressure” tab to check the tyre pressure status and reset the “Tyre pressure” monitoring system 1.

Depending on the vehicle, there are various “Tyre pressure” monitoring systems:

- TPMS: Tyre pressure monitoring system;

or

- TPW: Tyre pressure loss warning.

The display on your vehicle’s instrument panel informs you of any tyre inflation faults.

Tyre pressure status with TPMS system

From the multimedia system, you can check the tyre pressure status.

The 2 symbol indicates the tyre pressure status in different colours:

- green - the tyre pressure is correct or unchanged since the last reset;

- orange - the tyre pressure is insufficient;

- red - one of the tyres is punctured or very deflated;

- grey - no information received from the tyre sensor.

Tyre pressure status with TPW system

From the multimedia system, you can check the tyre pressure status.

The graph 3 indicates the tyre pressure by colours:

- green - the tyre pressure is correct or unchanged since the last reset;

- orange - the pressure of one of the tyres is insufficient.

For safety reasons, carry out these operations when the vehicle is stationary.

For more information on the “Tyre pressure” monitoring system that your vehicle is equipped with, press the 4 icon.

Reset the “Tyre pressure” monitoring system with 1.

The procedure to reset your system is displayed with 5.

Reset

This function enables resetting by pressing the “Reset” button 1.

Start the resetting procedure by pressing “Yes” or return to the tyre pressure status by pressing “No”.

When the reset is finished, a confirmation message is displayed on the screen.

For more information on tyre pressure, please refer to the “Tyre pressure monitoring system” section in the vehicle user manual.

For safety reasons, carry out these operations when the vehicle is stationary.