Kia Niro: Tire Pressure Monitoring System / Troubleshooting

TPMS Inspection method

Inspection
  

Find the inspection number by referring to the table above.

The following content is irrelevant of the inspection procedure.

1.

Warning lamp types

Stays on without blinking : Low pressure tire warning lamp

Flashes at 0.5 second intervals constantly : Initial state warning lamp

Cluster blinks for 1 minute at 1 second intervals, then turns ON : Error code warning lamp

  

Turn IG OFF and then IG ON again to check the warning light type.

2.

(1) Check the warning lamp state.

Check the vehicle warning lamp state.

Check if the warning lamp state is caused by tire low pressure.

Symptom : Stays on without blinking

3.

(2) Check the warning lamp state.

Check the vehicle warning lamp state.

Check if the warning lamp state is caused by the initial state (virgin mode) of TPMS receiver.

Symptom : Flashes at 0.5 second intervals constantly.

4.

(3) Check the warning lamp state.

Check the vehicle warning lamp state.

Check if the warning lamp state is caused by error code (TPMS receiver & TPMS sensor failure).

Symptom : Cluster blinks for 1 minute at 1 second intervals, then turns ON.

5.

Low tire pressure warning lamp

Cold : Vehicle that has been stationary for over 60 minutes

> 0.07 kgf/cm? (1.0 psi) additional injection at the specified tire pressure.

Hot : Driven vehicle

> 0.28 kgf/cm? (4.0 psi) additional injection at the specified tire pressure.

  

In case the warning lamp fails to turn OFF after injecting tire pressure, disconnect the KDS/GDS and drive less than 1 km at 25 km/h.

6.

Inspect initial state warning lamp

A.

TPMS warning lamp

(1) Check the TPMS warning lamp status.

(2)Flashes at 0.5 second intervals constantly. -> Initial state warning lamp

  

Turn IG OFF and then IG ON again to check the warning lamp type.

B.

Items to check in case of blinking warning lamp

(1) Enter sensor ID.

(Refer to TPMS Receiver - "Repair procedures")

(2) Enter vehicle name.

(Refer to TPMS Receiver - "Repair procedures")

(3) Enter VIN.

(Refer to TPMS Receiver - "Repair procedures")

(4) Change TPMS ECU mode (to Standard mode).

7.

DTC checklist for performance test.

DTC
Symptom
C112100
Front Left Sensor Battery Voltage Low
C112200
Front Right Sensor Battery Voltage Low
C112300
Rear Left Sensor Battery Voltage Low
C112400
Rear Right Sensor Battery Voltage Low
C112600
TPMS ECU Battery Voltage Low
C112700
TPMS ECU Battery Voltage High
C121200
Vehicle Speed Sensor
C131200
Front Left Sensor RF Channel Failure
C131300
Front Right Sensor RF Channel Failure
C131400
Rear Left Sensor RF Channel Failure
C131500
Rear Right Sensor RF Channel Failure
C132200
Front Left Sensor Over Temperature
C132300
Front Right Sensor Over Temperature
C132400
Rear Left Sensor Over Temperature
C132500
Rear Right Sensor Over Temperature
C133200
Front Left Sensor Fault
C133300
Front Right Sensor Fault
C133400
Rear Left Sensor Fault
C133500
Rear Right Sensor Fault
C161100
CAN Time-out EMS
C166200
Auto Learning failure

  

Be sure to check DTC.

(Refer to DTC manual - "Tire Pressure Monitoring")

If the TPMS warning light does not turn on : TPMS sensor periodically learns the sensor through driving.

If the TPMS warning light turns on : Replace TPMS sensor and TPMS receiver.

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