Re: 2011 Cherokee TPMS wont reset
Found this doing a Google search.
My understanding is if your TPMS trips due to a low pressure in a single tire, or if you have to replace a sensor - you sometimes need to follow this proceedure to "reset" the system. Your dealer can also reset the system with the scan tool, or a TPMS reset tool. All (4) tires need to be reset at the same time:
* Pressure up all (4) tires to the maximum PSI listed on the tire sidewall (do not exceed the maximum)
* Drive for approximately 15 minutes (system will reset).
* Reduce the tire pressure to the proper manufacturers recommendation for all (4) tires. The warning light should now be reset.
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