The Toyota Land Cruiser tire pressure warning system must be reset in the following circumstances:
- When changing the vehicle’s tire size.
- When rotating the vehicle’s tires.
- When the tire inflation pressure is changed, for example when changing load weight.
- After registering the ID codes of the pressure sensors.
When the tire pressure warning system is reset, the current tire inflation pressure is set as the benchmark pressure. To reset the Toyota Land Cruiser tire pressure warning light:
Park the Toyota Land Cruiser and secure the vehicle so that it is prevented from moving. The tire pressure system reset cannot be performed while the vehicle is moving.
Turn the engine switch to the lock position (vehicles without a smart entry & start system) or off (vehicles with a smart entry & start system).
Adjust the tire inflation pressure to the specified cold tire inflation pressure level located inside the driver’s door jamb. Make sure to adjust the tire pressure to the specified cold tire inflation pressure level. The tire pressure warning system will operate based on this pressure level.
Turn the engine switch to the on position (vehicles without a smart entry & start system) or ignition on mode (vehicles with a smart entry & start system).
Press and hold the tire pressure warning reset button until the tire pressure warning light flashes 3 times.
On some versions of the Toyota Land Cruiser, ‘- -‘ will be displayed for inflation pressure of each tire while the tire pressure warning system determines
the correct pressures of each tire. When the correct pressure of each tire is determined, the inflation pressure of each tire will be displayed.
To complete the tire pressure system reset process, drive the vehicle at approximately 25 mph or more for approximately 10 to 30 minutes. Depending on the vehicle and driving conditions, initialization may take up to approximately 1 hour to complete.
Toyota Land Cruiser Warning Lights
If you want to find out more about your vehicle’s warning lights, see Toyota Land Cruiser dashboard warning lights for more information.