TPMS Reset-Chevrolet Tahoe 2013-2014 Tire Pressure Sensor

TPMS Reset: Chevrolet Tahoe 2013-2014 Tire Pressure Sensor

Chevrolet Tahoe 2013-2014 Tire Pressure Monitoring System TPMS Reset

Simple to follow procedure on how to reset/relearn the TPMS service maintenance indicator warning light on Chevrolet Tahoe for the year 2013 and 2014.

A TPMS tool, or another properly formatted TPMS scan tool, is required to perform this procedure.

Procedure using a TPMS tool

Sensor Relearn Procedure with Steering Wheel Buttons:

1. Ensure all tires are inflated to the pressures listed on the tire placard.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position (engine off) and lower the driver side window.
3. Scroll to the Tire Pressure screen using the steering wheel buttons then hold down the checkmark button until the horn sounds.
4. Select the vehicle make, model and model year in your TPMS tool.
5. Starting with the LF tire, use your TPMS tool to scan each sensor in the following order: LF, RF, RR and LR. The horn will chirp, after the vehicle has received a signal from each sensor. After activating the LR tire, the horn will chirp twice signifying the relearn is complete.
6. Turn ignition to the OFF position.

Sensor Relearn Procedure not equipped with Steering Wheel Buttons:

1. Ensure all tires are inflated to the pressures listed on the tire placard.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position (engine off) and lower the driver side window.
3. Press and release the trip odometer button to scroll to the Tire Pressure display.
4. Hold down the trip odometer button for five seconds then press the button again to confirm.
5. Select the vehicle make, model and model year in your TPMS tool.
6. Starting with the LF tire, use your TPMS tool to scan each sensor in the following order: LF, RF, RR and LR. The horn will chirp, after the vehicle has received a signal from each sensor. After activating the LR tire, the horn will chirp twice signifying the relearn is complete.
7. Turn ignition to the OFF position.

Procedure using another Properly Formatted TPMS Scan Tool

Sensor Relearn Procedure with Steering Wheel Buttons:

1. Ensure all tires are inflated to the pressures listed on the tire placard.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position (engine off) and lower the driver side window.
3. Scroll to the Tire Pressure screen using the steering wheel buttons then hold down the checkmark button until the horn sounds.
4. Starting with the LF tire, use a properly formatted TPMS scan tool to scan each sensor in the following order: LF, RF, RR and LR. The horn will chirp, after the vehicle has received a signal from each sensor. After activating the LR tire, the horn will chirp twice signifying the relearn is complete.
5. Turn ignition to the OFF position.

Sensor Relearn Procedure not equipped with Steering Wheel Buttons:

1. Ensure all tires are inflated to the pressures listed on the tire placard.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position (engine off) and lower the driver side window.
3. Press and release the trip odometer button to scroll to the Tire Pressure display.
4. Hold down the trip odometer button for five seconds then press the button again to confirm.
5. Starting with the LF tire, use a properly formatted TPMS scan tool to scan each sensor in the following order: LF, RF, RR and LR. The horn will chirp, after the vehicle has received a signal from each sensor. After activating the LR tire, the horn will chirp twice signifying the relearn is complete.
6. Turn ignition to the OFF position.

 

About Chevrolet Tahoe

On March 23, 2014, a 2015 GMC Yukon caught fire and went up in flames in Anaheim, California, after a couple, who along with the sales representative who was giving them a test drive, noticed the vehicle stopping and that smoke was starting to make its way into the cabin, prompting the three individuals to park the car and escape before it was destroyed within 15 minutes.

The cause of the fire was traced to an oil leak and an engine malfunction. Despite being an isolated incident, the 2015 Tahoe and Yukon are not believed to be tied to GM’s announced recall of its vehicles that was made on March 17, 2014. But five days later on March 28, 2014, GM announced a recall on the 2015 Tahoe and Yukon in order to fix a “transmission oil cooler line that is not securely seated in its fitting”, causing the vehicle to stop and rupture the oil cooling line, resulting in the engine to malfunction and catching fire immediately. On June 6, 2014, GM issued another recall on the 2015 Tahoe and Yukon because their radio control modules may not work, and thus prevent certain audible safety warnings. (Source Wiki)

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