After modifying the pressures on one or more of your SEAT Arona tyres, or changing any wheels, the new tyre pressure values must be stored. This can be done either via the Easy Connect system or if equipped, by pressing the tyre pressure button. The tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) warning light may flash, then remain on until pressures are stored.
Reset Tyre Pressure System using Easy Connect
Ensure all 4 tyres are set to the required pressure values. For the correct tyre pressure values, check the pressure label inside the driver’s door, on the B-pillar. To reset and store new tyre pressure values using the SEAT Arona Easy Connect system:
- Press the MENU button on the infotainment system, then tap the onscreen Vehicle button. Or, press the CAR button on the infotainment system which will take you to the Vehicle options screen.
- In vehicle options, tap the SETTINGS button to take you to the vehicle settings screen.
- Tap the Tyres button.
- You will now see the option for Tyre Monitor System or Tyre Pressure Loss Indicator. Press whichever option you have.
- Press the Set button.
- You’ll now see a popup box Do all 4 tyre pressures match the required values?
- Press OK.
- You’ll then receive confirmation that the tyre pressure system has been reset and that the new pressure values have been stored.
Tyre pressure adjustments should ideally be made when tyres are cold. Cold tyres are defined as your vehicle not being driven for 3 or more hours, or when your vehicle has been driven for 1 mile or less after left standing for 3 or more hours.
Reset Tyre Pressure System using the TPMS Button
Before resetting your SEAT Arona tyre pressure system, ensure you have inflated all 4 tyres to the correct pressures using the reference label inside the driver’s door. On versions of the SEAT Arona without the infotainment system, use the tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) button to reset:
- Ensure the vehicle is stationary.
- Switch the ignition to ON without starting the engine.
- Press and hold the tyre pressure SET button located on the centre console.
- The tyre pressure system has been reset and stored the new pressure values when you hear an audible signal.
Flashing Tyre Pressure Warning Light
The SEAT Arona uses an ‘indirect’ tyre pressure monitoring system and compares the revolutions and thus the wheel diameter of each wheel using the ABS wheel speed sensors. If there’s a fault with these sensors, the tyre pressure warning light may flash as a fault. Tyres that have a significant difference in wear, uneven wear or inflation values may also trigger the light to flash.
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