TPMS Reset: Audi A1 Tyre Pressure System Light

Last Updated on October 20, 2022 by Christ

Howdy, pals! I will share just one tidbit of news today. Today I’m going to show you how you can reset the TPMS or tyre pressure system light on an Audi A1. It’s a 2016 model, and if you have inquiries about this one, I will show you how you can do it for yourself or somebody else.

You first need to check all four tyres to ensure there are no apparent signs of an underinflated tyre. It might be that you’ve got a slow puncture, and it’s pronounced if one of your tyres is underinflated. Then we must ensure that every tyre on the Audi A1 is pumped up to the correct pressure. So let’s go in the car and let’s do that.

TPMS Reset: Audi A1 Tyre Pressure System Light


How to Reset TPMS Light in Audi A1 (2010-2018)

Time needed: 3 minutes

This section covers resetting the tyre pressure light after you’ve completed pumping up all four tyres on your old Audi A1. I’m excited to show you guys how to do this, so let’s get started.

  1. Turn on your car

    To start with using the key, we start the ignition 

  2. Press the CAR button

    Then what we’re looking to do is remove this Tyre Pressure warning sign. So the way you do that is you come to your main dashboard, and you’re going to press the CAR button
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  3. Select SYSTEMS

    After that, you come up to the screen and notice you’ve got four corners. Down the bottom left corner, it says SYSTEMS that links with these four corners here, and so we’re going to press this bottom one to go to the systems menu


    Next, you’ll turn the central button to scroll down until you get to SERVICES AND CHECKS and press the button to enter


    Afterward, you’ll press the central button again to enter the TYRE PRESSURE MONITOR menu


    After getting to the menu, you’ll press the central button one more time to select STORE TYRE PRESSURE


    At this point, it says you need to ensure the four tyres are at the correct value, which we’ve done. Select YES STORE NOW to continue

2019-2023 Audi A1 Tyre Pressure System Light Reset Procedure

  • Once you’ve pumped up all four tyres, get into the car and put the ignition on. You don’t need to start the engine. Just make sure the ignition is on then 
  • Next, go to the center console and press the CAR icon 
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  • Then tap on the SETTINGS AND SERVICE 
  • Once you’re at this screen, you’ll click the TYRE PRESSURE LOSS IND
  • At this point, it’s asking if you’ve checked and corrected the pressures on all four tyres which we have and basically, what you’re doing is you’re storing the tyre pressures in the computer, and whatever you’ve set them to select YES STORE NOW 
  • Now it’s saying that they’ve been stored, and next time you go for a drive, that TPMS light should go out

Warning! Please note your vehicle model. This tutorial will hold true for the second and third generations of the Audi A1 (2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 model years).

FAQ – Audi A1 Tyre

Can you tell me the ideal tyre pressure for an Audi A1?

Tyre inflation pressures of 30 to 32 psi are suggested. However, the label on the driver’s side door jamb will provide the most accurate information on how much air pressure your A1 tyres should have.

Just how frequently should you be checking the pressure on your tyres?

It’s essential to pump up the tyres and check the tire pressures when they are cold, not after you’ve been for a long drive and the tires have warmed up. It will change the tire pressures, so always do it when the tires are cold.

When should I replace my Audi A1 tyres?

New tyres are recommended for your Audi A1 every six years. A tyre replacement can be necessary ahead of schedule if you find the tread to be worn down or if the tires have developed unusual bulges.

So that’s how easy it is to reset the TPMS light. Now they’ve been stored, and you’ll notice that it’s back to normal and the tire light has gone out. Use the commentary to ask me questions or comments, and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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