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Tyre pressure sensor reset - megane rs 265

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Hey Gents, 

Anyone know how to reset the tyre pressure sensor on a megane rs 265?

The drivers manual isn't great and the options I get is - parking sensor, language, auto door locking while driving, auto dipped-be headlights, auto rear wipe with reverse gear, front parking g sensor, rear parking sensor, parking g sensor volume. 

I can't seem to find the tyre pressure options.

Please help as I have pumped my tyres up. Cheers 

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It had a message saying adjust tyre pressure. Maybe it's pumped up to much or something? 

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That's odd...
Have you tried pressing and holding the menu buttons like you do to reset the trip computer?

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Probably pressure is too high.  Check with accurate gauge and set to factory specs.

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10 hours ago, HappyGorilla said:

auto dipped-be headlights

What did you mean by this? Do you have auto adjusting front headlights?

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the 220 has auto dipping headlight when on Auto High Beam - looks to be a camera behind the rear view mirror that senses oncoming headlights and built up areas which automatically drops the high beam to low beam and back again .

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ok so i do have auto lights that turn around corners as you turn the streering wheel.

The issue was the tyre pressure was only 2-3 psi to high. Once i lowed it slight the error went away and didn't bother adjusting it.

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I have this issue as well. I have the rears at 33psi and tpsm tells me I need to adjust it to go higher. Not sure how to reset it to accept a lower tolerance.


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Using the end of the wiper stalk use the top part of the end to find the front tyre pressures.

Once you have them on the display, push and hold both buttons together, you will see the pressures flash and reset is complete.

Same for rear..

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Mine show bar pressure (i.e 2.6 bar front / 2.4 bar rear) - can this be changed to PSI - have not seen the option to change in the settings?

 

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7 hours ago, GAndrewGT220Wagon said:

Mine show bar pressure (i.e 2.6 bar front / 2.4 bar rear) - can this be changed to PSI - have not seen the option to change in the settings?

 

No reads only in kpa..

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On 07/07/2018 at 3:07 PM, 404173 said:

Im not sure about that, because I had mine changed to PSI

 

On 08/07/2018 at 5:38 PM, bondy112 said:

Mine reads in PSI

Who changed yours for you? Can’t find any information on changing them

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3 hours ago, ScottS said:

 

Who changed yours for you? Can’t find any information on changing them

No idea sorry. It was like that when I got the car.

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I had Renotech do it for me, I believe they have a special Renault tech computer which allows access to all sorts of settings

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Thanks for everyones help, it seems it was 3-4PSI over the limit and that triggered an error which was an easy fix which was pretty cool.

Thanks again. 

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