Volvo Workshop Manuals
XC90 FWD L6-3.2L VIN 96 B6324S2 (2010)
Steering and Suspension > Wheels and Tires > Tire Monitoring System > System Information > Technical Service Bulletins > Tire Monitor System - Additional Diagnostic Information > Page 4481
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THIS DOCUMENT SUPERSEDES THE RETAILER TECHNICAL JOURNALS 19468 and 19316, DATED 07-29-2008 and 07-01-2008
The purpose of this RTJ is to update the information concerning the criteria to switch off the low tire pressure message and give some additional basic
TPMS is a monitoring system for the driver to keep the right tire pressure in the tires. The sensors begin transmitting the signals to the Upper Electronic
The driver will get a message in the Driver Information Module (DIM) if the tire pressure drops a certain percentage from the recommended tire
If vehicles with TPMS are driven with the "comfort pressure" set there will be unnecessary tire pressure warnings to the driver (in the DIM) in cold
Criteria to switch on the low tire pressure message:
The tire pressure has dropped more that 22% of the recommended pressure see the Table 1 in the attached document.
Criteria to switch off the low tire pressure message:
The tire pressure must the filled up at least to 95% of the recommended pressure AND then the vehicle needs to be driven for 5 minutes at a speed
Fill the pressure to at least 95% of the recommended pressure with ignition on.
Fault trace according to VIDA by using CSC LI this will guide you to a smart tool that will help you to find the faulty sensor.
Use Diagnostic/reference information/UEM and the stored DTC in VIDA.
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