The Škoda Yeti tyre pressure warning light comes on for two possible reasons:
- Continuously illuminates when there has been a pressure change in one of the vehicle’s tyres
- Flashes then remains lit when a fault in the tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) has been detected
If the tyre pressure warning light continuously illuminates, it may indicate a puncture. Reduce speed but avoid sudden steering or harsh braking. Bring the vehicle to a stop and check tyres – replace punctured tyre if necessary.
Checking Tyre Pressures
Check and adjust tyre pressure in accordance with the tyre pressure label found inside the fuel filler cap. Pressures should be checked at least once each month and before a long journey. Check tyre pressures when cold. Cold tyre pressures are defines at not have driven your vehicle for 3 hours or more and not driven the vehicle for over 1 mile.
- Check inside your fuel filler cap for the tyre pressure label. On some models of Škoda Yeti, the tyre pressure sticker may be located inside the driver’s door frame.
- Use these tyre pressure reference values for half load.
- Use these tyre pressure reference values for environmentally friendly operation for slightly lower fuel consumption and lower emissions.
- Use these tyre pressure reference values for full load.
- This figure represents the tyre diameter in inches.
- Use this tyre pressure reference value for the front axle.
- Use this tyre pressure reference value for the rear axle.
Škoda Yeti Tyre Pressure Reset
The Škoda Yeti tyre pressure monitoring system must be reset each time tyre pressure changes have been made or when a wheel or tyres have been changed or rotated.
The system can only function properly if the tyres have the prescribed inflation pressure and these pressure values are stored in the system. Failing this, the tyre pressure warning light may remain on. To reset the Škoda Yeti tyre pressure monitoring system:
- Inflate all tyres to the prescribed pressure values located on the label.
- Switch on the ignition.
- Press and hold the tyre pressure reset button.
- The tyre pressure warning light will illuminate on the dashboard.
- Once you hear an audible signal, you can release the button and the tyres pressures have been stored.