2014-2016 Tesla Model S Tire Pressure TPMS Sensor Light Reset – The Tesla Model S all-electric car is a 5-door, produced by Tesla Motors. A prototype was exhibited for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2009. The first appearances in the United States took place around June 2012, while in Europe came more than a year later, in August 2013, beginning with Norway, Switzerland and the Netherlands. By the standards of the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC), the Model S with 60 kWh battery has a range of about 390 km, while the 85 kWh version (and the respective Performance version) the estimate is around 502 km of autonomy.
The interiors are composed of environmentally friendly materials, such as for example plastic recyclable PET 100% and unleaded Italian skin. The power train uses a 9-inch motor with lithium-ion collocatate under the floor. three versions of the Model S are marketed: a 60 kWh version, a 85 kWh and a Performance version, again from 85 kWh. Since the end of 2014, with deliveries in Europe since 2015, has marketed a new version called D (Dual Drive), with two independent electric motors and traction-wheel drive, with enhanced autonomy, speed, acceleration and new options including the “Tech Package with auto pilot”.
How to Reset Tire Pressure TPMS Sensor Light on Tesla Model S:
If you replaced a wheel, tire, TPMS sensor etc. and are now getting a warning light on your car, then the sensor need to be reset. To relearn turning off or reset the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) light on your 2014 2015 2016 Tesla Model S, follow these steps:
- Stop the vehicle in a safe place and turn the engine switch off and engage the parking brake.
- Let the tires cool, then adjust the tire inflation pressure recommended on the tire placard located on the door panel.
- Turn the engine switch to the “ON” position
- On the touchscreen display touch:
Controls > Settings > Vehicle > Tire Pressure Monitor > Reset Sensors.
- Follow the onscreen instructions
- Driving for a few miles (kilometers), calibration will complete after 10 minutes of cumulative driving at least 25 km/h (16 mph), and then verify that it turns off.
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The procedure above can be applied to latest generations of Tesla Model S (2014 2015 2016 2017) model years. Hopefully the article of 2014-2016 Tesla Model S Tire Pressure TPMS Sensor Light Reset useful for you. Good Luck! 😀