How to reset BMW TPMS?

How to reset BMW TPMS after fixing the tire pressure condition of the car that is having problems? Check out the step-by-step instructions below. If your car is displaying the TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitor) warning light, your tire pressure is in trouble. However, there are many cases when after checking the tires, the warning light is still displayed. So how to do?

What is TPMS BMW?

TPMS BMW is a Tire Pressure Monitor that allows you to notify the status of air pressure in the tires. If the pressure drops, it will make driving unsafe. So it will display a yellow warning in your vehicle’s dashboard so you can check the condition of the tyres.

The warning pops up when your tire is failing or one of your tires is under-inflated. However, in some cases when you have inflated the tires or changed a new one, the warning light still does not turn off. At this point you need to reset the TPMS BMW light to turn it off completely.


Instructions to reset BMW TPMS

The BMW TPMS reset depends on whether the vehicle is equipped with iDrive or not to have the appropriate manual operations. Below we show 3 ways to perform reset.

Instructions to Reset BMW TPMS for iDrive equipped models

  • Inflate all tires to the standard pressure indicated on the tire sign.
  • Set the key to ON/RUN position when the engine is OFF.
  • Using the vehicle’s iDrive controller, select Settings or Vehicle Info.


  • Select Vehicle/Tire Condition


  • Select TPM, Reset TPM or Reset Pattern.

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  • Start the engine and select Reset, then Yes.


  • Press the media control located on the center console.
  • Driving for about 10 minutes, at a speed of 25 km/h or more, then the car has been relearned

Reset BMW TPMS models NOT equipped with iDrive

  1. Inflate all tires to the standard pressure indicated on the tire sign.
  2. Start the engine.
  3. Move the turn signal on/off switch up or down until the TPMS and REST messages are displayed.
  4. Press the button at the end of the turn signal lever.
  5. Press and hold the button at the end of the turn signal lever until RESET or a check mark is displayed.
  6. Drive for up to 20 minutes at a speed of 20 km/h or more, then the vehicle will beget the job donere-learn.

How much does it cost to reset TPMS?

The price to replace the TPMS Sensor currently averages between $314 and $368.
The price to perform a tpms reset is about $30-$50 depending on the type of vehicle you need to reset. This price is also dependent on the technician’s working time. If you are a car owner and do not know how to perform the reset operation, we recommend that you bring your car to a reputable repair place so that experienced technicians can assist you.


If your car has a situation where the warning light appears continuously, but when the tires are fully inflated and reset, the warning light does not turn off. Or after replacing the BMW TPMS sensor, you also need to code to let the car learn again. At this point you will need BMW diagnostic equipment and software to perform.

To reprogram the vehicle module, there are many software you can use such as ISTA P, Esys, INPA, WinKFP,… However, depending on the vehicle model, you will need to choose the appropriate software. You can get all this coding and programming software in the BMW diagnostic software package.

Above are the instructions for reset BMW TPMS, hopefully giving you useful information so you can follow the steps. If you have any questions, you can contact us directly our website or via WhatsApp: +13155472355 for advice and support.
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