2014-2019 Toyota Aygo TPMS Light Low Tire Pressure Warning Reset

Last Updated on February 17, 2020 by Christ

2014-2019 Toyota Aygo TPMS Light Low Tire Pressure Warning Reset – The Toyota Aygo is a typical passenger car from the city sold from July 2005. All Aygo is built in the new plant of the group TPCA (Toyota Peugeot Citroen Automobile), in the city of Kolin (Czech Republic). First presented in 2005 at the Geneva Motor Show, in 2014 he has presented the second generation. The decision to create these cars was taken July 12, 2001, when the presidents of Toyota and PSA Group, Fujio Cho and Jean-Martin Folz, respectively, decided to produce a small car to reduce development costs. The Peugeot 107 and Citroën C1 are different versions of the same car.

The main difference between the Aygo and its twin is in the equipment inside, badges, logos. The planned production is 300,000 cars per year – 100,000 cars for the automaker. Sales have started in July 2005 and the car is available with three or five doors. There were two versions available engines, a 1.0 L three-cylinder engine by 68 hp and a 1.4 L HDi diesel I4 engine with 54 hp.

2014-2019 Toyota Aygo TPMS Light Low Tire Pressure Warning Reset

2014-2019 Toyota Aygo TPMS Light Low Tire Pressure Warning Reset

Time needed: 7 minutes.

If you replaced a wheel, tire, TPMS sensor, etc. and are now getting a warning light on your car, then the sensor needs to be reset. Follow these steps to reset the Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor (TPMS) light on your Toyota:

  1. Stop the vehicle in a safe place and turn the engine switch off and engage the parking brake.


  2. Adjust the tire inflation pressure recommended on the tire placard located on the door panel.


  3. Turn the engine switch to the “ON” position


  4. Locate and press the tire SET button until the tire pressure warning light blinks 3 times.

    Each year model may have different button locationstoyota reset tpms button

  5. Wait for a few minutes with the engine switch in the “ON” position


  6. Finally, turn the engine switch to the “ACC” or “LOCK” position.


For more details please check the following video:

This tutorial is based on the Toyota owner’s manual. The procedure above can be applied to the latest generations of Toyota Aygo (2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 model years), which is equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). Hopefully, the article of 2014-2019 Toyota Aygo TPMS Light Low Tire Pressure Warning Reset useful for you.


7 Comments on “2014-2019 Toyota Aygo TPMS Light Low Tire Pressure Warning Reset

  1. its great that it explains what tyre pressure symbol looks like and what it does. Then you say “locate and press the re set button” It would be very helpful if you would tell us where to fond this BUTTON on a 2015 Aygo.

    • Switch for current model Aygo is located in the glove box next to the passenger air bag on\off switch.

  2. Thanks for the info as it doesn’t mention this in the hand book. I reset the light on my 2015 Aygo with your information

  3. I’d normally approach something like this calmly and meticulously. Methodically read the manual and / or logically subtract what buttons it isn’t / couldn’t be and work through. Usually to a satisfying conclusion suiting the original intention. My car now stands steaming, smoking, fizzing and popping in a heap of wires and panels through a mania of impatient infuriated lunacy. What would we do without g**gle? This peice of vital information has been overseen by the Toyota manual compilers. Either my sense of logic has dimished, my effort slowed, my powers of deduction have left me or why, in the name of all that is holy, would this button be as well hidden inside the glove box as that half sucked Strepsil sweet from a year ago.
    The guy that wrote this helpful and paramount article wins my ‘Writer of the year” vote. I’m am in recovery now from being a gibbering wreck and I appreciate you being able to assist where the manufacturer wasn’t able.
    Thank you

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