Volvo XC90 2015-2022 Owners Manual / Wheels and tires / Viewing tire pressure status in the center display

Volvo XC90: Wheels and tires / Viewing tire pressure status in the center display

With the system for tire inflation pressure monitoring1, inflation pressure status can be viewed in the center display.

Checking status

The vehicle may need to be driven for a few minutes at a speed above 35 km/h (22 mph) to activate the system.

  1. Open the Car Status app in App view.
  2. Tap TPMS to display the status of the tires.

Volvo XC90. Viewing tire pressure status in the center display

The illustration is generic. Layout may vary depending on vehicle model or software version.

1 Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

    Saving new reference values for tire inflation pressure monitoring

    In order for the tire inflation pressure monitoring system1 to function correctly, inflation pressure reference values must be saved correctly. To help ensure that the system can correctly alert the driver of low inflation pressure, this must be done each time the tires are changed or the inflation pressure is adjusted...

    Action when warned of low tire pressure

    When the tire inflation pressure monitoring system1 detects low inflation pressure in a tire, immediate action is required. If the system's indicator symbol illuminates and the message Tire pressure low is displayed, check the tire pressure and inflate if necessary...

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