Pressure loss: The Peugeot 108 tyre pressure warning light illuminates (fixed) accompanied by an audible signal as soon as the monitoring system detects a drop in the pressure of one or more tyres.
Fault: If there’s a fault in the tyre pressure monitoring system, the warning light will flash for approximately one minute, then remain fixed.
Checking Tyre Pressures
Your Peugeot 108 tyre pressures should be checked around once every two weeks and when they tyres are cold. For ‘cold’ tyres, check pressures when the vehicle has been stopped for approximately one hour after a journey. If checking pressures when the tyres are hot, add 0.3 bar to the pressures shown on the label.
For tyres to remain legal, they must have a minimum tread depth of 1.6 mm across the central three quarters of the tyre and around the entire circumference.
Peugeot 108 Tyre Pressure Reset
Your Peugeot 108 tyre pressure system must be reset after any adjustments are made to tyre pressures or changing a wheel. A label on the driver’s side centre pillar informs you of the correct pressures.
Before resetting the tyre pressure system, ensure that the pressures of all four tyres are correct, else the tyre pressure monitoring system will fail to provide a reliable alert. To reset the Peugeot 108 tyre pressure system, follow this procedure:
- Ensure the vehicle is stationary.
- Turn the ignition on (on position or on mode.
- Open the glove box.
- Press the reset button.
- The tyre pressure warning light will flash three times on the dashboard instrument panel indicating that the reset procedure is complete.
- Wait around three minutes before switching off the ignition (switch to ACC or LOCK position, or OFF mode).
- The tyre pressure monitoring system has now been reset and the new tyre pressures have been stored and will be used as reference values by the system.
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