Before you carry on with this procedure, make sure to have the recommended pressure in all tires. The recommended tire pressure is printed on the label on the driver's door.
In most cases, the recommended tire pressure will be 35 PSI.
Once the pressure has been set to the recommended PSI, now it is time to reset your Audi TPMS light.
How to Reset Audi TPMS Light via MMI
Follow these instructions to reset the Audi tire pressure warning if your car has Multi-Media Interface (MMI).
- Press the START button to power on the car. It is not necessary to start the engine.
- Press CAR in the center console buttons.
- Select Tire Pressure Monitoring
- You will see a message "If the pressure of all 4 tires has been checked and adjusted correctly, please store."
- Select YES, and you are done.
If the tire pressure cannot be reset, there is a possibility that your Audi TPMS Tire Pressure Sensor is faulty. You will need to replace the defective TPMS sensor before resetting the TPMS warning.
This is necessary if you get a warning on the dashboard, such as "Underinflated tire, Check all four tires and reset TPMS in MMI.