Volvo V60 2015-2017 Tire Pressure Monitoring System TPMS Reset
Easy to follow procedure on how to reset/relearn the TPMS service maintenance indicator warning light on Volvo V60 for the year 2015 and 2017.
No special tools are required to perform this relearn procedure.
Sensor Relearn Procedure:
1. Inflate all tires to pressure listed on tire placard.
2. Drive the vehicle above 25 MPH for at least 10 minutes.
3. Let the vehicle sit for at least 15 minutes (with the key OFF).
4. System will automatically learn the sensor IDs.
About Volvo V60
In February 2014, Volvo unveiled a special version of the V60 called Ocean Race Edition. Similar to other Ocean Race Editions that were released in the past, the new models feature unique details such as special alloy wheels and a cargo cover with the route of the 2014 to 2015 Volvo Ocean Race on it. Colour choice was limited to just four colours, one of them being the signature Ocean Race Blue. The interior features special Ocean Race themed detailing and contrast stitching.
In 2013 Volvo unveiled a special, limited version of the V60 called V60 Polestar. It is a reworked V60 that was developed by Polestar and went on sale in 2014 in limited markets only. Apart from a retuned engine delivering 350PS the car received a wide range of suspension upgrades which included special dampers made by Öhlins, six piston brakes by Brembo and new swaybars.
Cosmetic changes include custom 20″ alloy wheels, a different front and rear splitter and contrasting coloured interior stitching. When first introduced the only available paint colours were black metallic or “Rebel Blue”, later white and silver metallic colours were added.
In 2016, the model year 2017 V60 Polestar received an all new four-cylinder, 2.0-litre turbo engine replacing the old 3.0-litre six-cylinder.
A pre-production version of the Volvo V60 diesel-electric transmission plug-in hybrid was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2011. The V60 plug in is the result of close cooperation between Volvo Cars and Swedish energy supplier Vattenfall. The V60 plug-in has a price of around €50,000 (GB£40,000, US$64,600).
In September 2012, Volvo announced that the first 1,000 units were sold out before the model year 2013 vehicles were delivered to the dealerships. The carmaker ramped up production of the 2014 model year to 5,000 units for 2013. The first 1,000 units of the Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid were part of a “Pure Limited” edition with electric silver livery. The diesel electric car also has aero designed 17 inch wheels, integrated exhaust tailpipes and a number of bodywork features in glossy black.
The V60 Plug in Hybrid features a six speed automatic transmission and the front wheels are driven by a five-cylinder, 2.4-litre D5 turbo diesel, which produces 215 hp and maximum torque of 440 Nm. The rear axle features ERAD (Electric Rear Axle Drive) in the form of an electric motor producing 70 hp and maximum torque of 200 Nm, powered from a 12 kWh lithium-ion battery pack.
Volvo expects to achieve an all-electric range of up to 50 km (31 mi), and a fuel economy of 124 miles per gallon of gasoline equivalent (1.8 L/100 km), with carbon dioxide emissions averaging 49 g/km. The interaction between diesel and electric power is handled via a control system, and the driver has the option to choose the preferred driving mode via three buttons on the instrument panel: Pure, Hybrid and Power. (Source Wiki)