2010-2017 SEAT Alhambra Tyre Pressure Warning Light Reset

2010-2017 SEAT Alhambra Tyre Pressure Warning Light Reset – The SEAT Alhambra is a minivan, born from a joint project of Volkswagen and Ford, from which the Volkswagen Sharan and the Ford Galaxy were born. At the Geneva Motor Show in 2010, the new generation of Volkswagen Sharan is presented and it is announced that the new model of the Alhambra will be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in the same year, once again derived from the German Grand Prix. Surprisingly and ahead of plan, April 19, 2010, it is disseminated the first official pictures.

Commercially available since October 2010, the SEAT mini van is larger than the model replacing the sliding doors for the front, more sporty and for a different rear, such as the light bulbs. Inside there are always 7 seats and the dashboard is the same as the German cousin. Instead, the seat covers (less sought after) and the more sporty and aligned to the SEAT design change.

2010-2017 SEAT Alhambra Tyre Pressure Warning Light Reset:

If you receive a low-tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) warning light while driving and you want to clear or turning off the warning light on your 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Seat Alhambra, follow these instructions:

  • Make sure the vehicle is at a complete stop
  • Turn the engine switch off
  • Adjust the tire inflation pressure recommended on the tire placard located on the door panel.
  • Turn the ignition to ON position without starting the engine.
  • Locate and press the SET button on the center console until you hear an audible signal

For more details, please watch the following video:

This procedure should be work on all generation of Seat Alhambra (2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017) model years. Hopefully the article of How to Reset Tyre Pressure Warning Light on Seat Altea useful for you. Good Luck!

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