2010-2023 Audi A7/S7 TPMS Tire Pressure Light Reset Guide
Last Updated on November 10, 2022 by Christ
What’s up, everybody! Today we’re doing a guide on resetting the TPMS or tire pressure monitoring system light on an Audi A7/S7. So right here, you can see on the dash we got the tire light on that is yellow light at the top.
The Audi’s tire pressure warning won’t always disengage after being refilled to the proper pressure. In this situation, resetting your Audi’s TPMS system is required. This couldn’t be simpler! So let’s get to work.
Resetting TPMS Tire Pressure Light in 2010-2018 Audi A7/S7
Time needed: 3 minutes.
So after we set all the tire pressures to the right amount and by driving this one, this doesn’t usually reset. So let me show you how to go ahead and get this done.
- Turn on your car
We start with the car ignition must be turned on.
- Turn on the multimedia display
Then if the center screen isn’t turned on, we have to turn it on
- Hit the CAR button
After that, we have to go to the car menu by pressing the CAR button on the center console
- Go to the CAR SYSTEM
Next, we need to go to the CAR SYSTEM, so we have to press the left-under button
- Find the SERVICE & CONTROL
Another menu will pop up, and you can scroll down with the turn button so we want to go to SERVICE & CONTROL
- Select TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING
From there, you want to select TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING
- Select STORE TIRE PRESSURE and confirm it
Now the next step is select STORE TIRE PRESSURE and then select YES to execute the TPMS reset
How to Reset TPMS light in the 2019-2023 Audi A7/S7
- On the MMI screen, choose VEHICLE from the Home screen.
- Once you’re at that screen, you’ll go to SETTINGS & SERVICE and the select TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING
- To reset the TPMS, hit the STORE TIRE PRESSURE and select YES to confirm
FAQ – Audi A7/S7 Tires
It would be best if you replaced the tires on an A7 every three years at the absolute least. Even so, it’s a good idea to make it a practice to inspect the overall condition of your tires whenever you examine the pressure. Check the tires for cracks, low tread depth, and bulges.
You should check tire pressure once a month or before going on a lengthy trip in an Audi A7/S7.
Front tire pressure for an Audi A7 should be between 32 and 36 psi, while rear tire pressure should be between 32 and 44 psi. Check the label on the B pillar of the driver’s side or the owner’s handbook to be sure.
So that’s how you reset TPMS on this Audi A7/S7 (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023 model years). Thanks for reading and have a good time.
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