TPMS Reset-Jeep Grand Cherokee 2007-2019 Tire Pressure Sensor

TPMS Reset: Jeep Grand Cherokee 2007-2019 Tire Pressure Sensor

Jeep Grand Cherokee 2007-2019 Tire Pressure Monitoring System TPMS Reset

Quick to follow procedure on how to reset/relearn the TPMS service maintenance indicator warning light on Jeep Grand Cherokee for the year 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2019.

Sensor Relearn Procedure without a Scan Tool:

1. Inflate all tires to pressure listed on the placard.

2. Turn the ignition to the ON position with the engine OFF (not the ACC position), and roll the driver’s side window down.

3. Let the vehicle sit, for 20 minutes, with the ignition ON. Turn the climate controls/NAV system OFF to limit battery drain.

4. During the 20 minutes, scan each sensor.

5. Drive the vehicle above 15 MPH for at least 20 minutes. All sensor IDs will be memorized automatically.

Sensor Relearn Procedure with a Scan Tool (If Available):

1. Inflate all tires to pressure listed on the placard.

2. Select OBD II (PERFORM RELEARN on the ELITE Tool) from your Tool’s menu.

3. Starting with the LF tire, use your Tool to scan each sensor in the following order: LF, RF, RR and LR (and the full size spare if equipped).

4. After all sensor IDs have been read, turn the ignition to the ON position with the engine OFF (not the ACC position).

5. Connect the OBD II Connector to the Tool then to the vehicle’s OBD II port. Make sure your connection is secure and the green light is on.

6. Select UPLOAD CAR IDS, from the Tool’s menu, and upload the sensor IDs.

7. When RELEARN COMPLETE / IDs UPLOADED TO CAR is displayed, the IDs have been successfully uploaded.

8. With the ignition still in the ON position, re-scan each sensor.

9. Drive the vehicle above 15 MPH, for at least 20 minutes, and monitor the low tire pressure monitor to ensue it does not blink.

About Jeep Grand Cherokee

In April 2016, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) ordered a recall of 2014 and 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokees and other cars that use an electronic gear shifter because it sometimes does not go into (or does not remain in) the park position, despite the operator’s best intentions. Consumers reported that they put the car in park and left the engine running, and then were surprised when the car rolled away under power.

An investigation by FCA US and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found some drivers have exited their vehicles without first selecting “PARK.” Such behavior may pose a safety risk if a vehicle’s engine is still running. The Company is aware of 41 injuries that are potentially related.

The vehicles involved in these events were inspected and no evidence of equipment failure was found. The vehicles also deliver warning chimes and alert messages if their driver-side doors are opened while their engines are still running and “PARK” is not engaged. However, the investigation suggested these measures may be insufficient to deter some drivers from exiting their vehicles without selecting “PARK,” so FCA US will enhance the warnings and transmission-shift strategy on these vehicles. The enhancements will combine warnings with a transmission-shift strategy to automatically prevent a vehicle from moving, under certain circumstances, even if the driver fails to select “PARK.” (Source Wiki)

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