Toyota RAV4 Tire Pressure Light Reset

The Toyota RAV4 is equipped with an advanced tire pressure warning system that’ll help detect when one or more of your tires are low on pressure.

Once all the tires are properly filled, the tire pressure light has to be reset, so it can continue to accurately warn you when the process has to be done again.

Our team at Ira Toyota of Tewksbury will go over how to do a Toyota RAV4 tire pressure light reset. If you need any type of tire service near Lowell, Dracut, or Tewksbury, don’t hesitate to contact us for an appointment.

How to Reset Tire Pressure Light in Toyota RAV4

To reset the tire pressure light in the Toyota RAV4, you’ll need to complete the following steps…

  1. Park the vehicle in a safe spot and turn the engine off.
  2. Adjust each tire’s pressure to the correct PSI (pounds per square inch).
  3. Turn the engine back on.
  4. Press and hold the tire pressure light reset switch until the light blinks slowly three times.
  5. Turn the engine off, and then turn it back on to see that the tire pressure warning light has turned off.

You’ll want to make sure this is done after all the tires have been properly inflated. You’ll also want to do it when the tires are cold or haven’t been driven on for at least a few hours. Furthermore, if you accidentally press the reset button, simply adjust the tire pressure to the appropriate level and complete the above steps again.

Tire Pressure Light Operation


There are certain instances when the tire pressure warning system in the RAV4 may not work correctly. These include:

  • A tire has been replaced with a non-OEM tire.
  • The vehicle is equipped with non-genuine Toyota wheels.
  • A window tint has been installed that affects radio wave signals.
  • There’s a lot of snow or ice on the car, specifically around the wheels or wheel housings.
  • Tire pressure is significantly higher than the stated level.

The tire pressure light may also not work correctly if you’re near a TV tower, radio station, or other building that generates strong radio waves or electrical noise. Plus, if tire pressure declines rapidly for any reason, like due to a tire blowout, then the warning light may not work properly.

Advanced Tire Service

The process of resetting the tire pressure light should only take a minute or two before it turns off. If the light doesn’t blink three times or it never turns off after driving for a certain period of time, then the settings were never recorded. If that’s the case, the tire pressure warning system won’t operate correctly.

If you’re noticing those issues with your Toyota RAV4 tire pressure light, then bring the car to our state-of-the-art service center. Our technicians can fix the issue quickly and efficiently. This way, you can get back on the road in a well-running vehicle in no time.

Not only that, but we can also provide top-notch tire service. Whether your tires need to be rotated, repaired, or replaced, we’ll take care of it easily. If your tires do have to be replaced, we’ll do so using genuine parts. Not only will they provide optimum traction for your RAV4, but they’ll also ensure that the tire pressure warning system is working correctly.

Schedule Toyota RAV4 Service Today

If you need assistance with a Toyota RAV4 tire pressure light reset, don’t wait. Drivers like you in Lowell, Dracut, and Tewksbury can schedule service today at Ira Toyota of Tewksbury. Give our service center a call at 978-569-1818 today!

We look forward to helping you get your vehicle in tip-top shape.

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