TPMS Reset Procedure
Make:Ford Model:Fusion Sub-Model:S Hybrid Year:2014, 2015, 2016

 

 
Required Tools

OEM Trigger Tool - A Special TPMS reset tool to reset Ford TPMS is provided with vehicles that have different front and rear tire pressures.
The tool is provided by the manufacturer and may be located inside the Owner's Guide Jacket

or

Properly formatted scan tool can be used. 

 
Preparation
1.   Review all data in your owner's manual pertaining to the TPMS System
2.   Verify vehicle application is covered by Trigger Tool
3.   Update Trigger Tool Software
4.   Verify that the Trigger Tool is working properly (replace battery if necessary)
 
 
Installation

NOTE: This Step should be performed only by a technician who has been properly trained in the operation and installation of TPMS Systems.

  1. Install Sensors - Properly Install tire pressure sensors.
  2. Tire Pressure - Confirm all tires are inflated to the pressure indicated on the tire pressure placard.
          (Placard is located on the driver's side door jamb of vehicle)


    This is a sample Tire Pressure Placard.  Not for this specific vehicle.

  3. Eliminate Interference - To ensure the control unit memorizes the correct sensor ID's, the vehicle with    a new sensor must be at least 3m (10 ft.) from any other TPMS pressure sensor not installed on that vehicle.

NOTE: To enter the Reset Mode, Steps 1-6 MUST be completed within 60 Seconds.

 

1. Place the ignition in the OFF position and keep the key in the ignition.




2.
Press an release brake pedal

 

3. Cycle the ignition from OFF to RUN three (3) times ending in the RUN position-DO NOT start the engine.


 

4. Press and hold the brake pedal for two (2) seconds, then release.

 

5. Turn ignition OFF-DO NOT remove key.



6. Cycle the ignition from OFF to RUN three (3) times ending in RUN-DO NOT start the engine.

 

NOTE: If the reset mode has been entered successfully, the horn will sound once. The TPMS indicator will flash and, (if equipped), the message center will display [TRAIN LEFT FRONT TIRE]. A double horn chirp will indicate you need to repeat the process



7. Place the Activation Tool on the sidewall of the Left Front Tire at the Valve Stem and press the button on the Activation Tool. The horn will sound to indicate that the tire pressure sensor has been recognized by the Engine Control Unit (ECU).

 
 
 
NOTE: Do not wait more than two (2) minutes between resetting each tire sensor or the system will timeout and the entire procedure will have to be repeated on all four wheels.


8.
Repeat the process outlined in step 7 on Right Front, Right Rear, and Left Rear Tires.

9. When the Reset Procedure is complete, the horn will sound indicating the process is complete and the message center, (if equipped) will display “TIRE TRAINING COMPLETE”.
 
NOTE:  If the ECU does not recognize any of the 4 tire pressure sensors during the reset procedure, the horn will sound twice and the message center, (if equipped) will display "TIRE NOT TRAINED REPEAT".  If this occurs, reset procedure must be repeated from the beginning


Reset Procedure with Push Button

1.Turn ignition to OFF position.



2. Push and release brake pedal.
 
3.   Using the Push-Button, press once to turn ON, the press again to put vehicle into ACC mode,  then push again to turn OFF.  Repeat this process 2 more times ending on ACC.



4.   
Press and release brake pedal, then press Push-Button once to turn OFF.

 

 

5.
   Using the Push-Button, press once to turn ON, the press again to put vehicle into ACC mode,  then push again to turn OFF.  Repeat this process 2 more times ending on ACC.
  
 

NOTE: The horn should sound once and the tire pressure warning light will flash if train mode has been entered successfully (if equipped, the message center displays “TRAIN LF TIRE”. 



6.  
Place TPM Activation Tool on the left front tire sidewall at the valve stem and press the button on the Activation Tool. The horn will sound to indicate that the tire pressure sensor has been recognized by the Smart Junction Box (SJB).
 

NOTE: It may take up to 6 seconds to activate a tire pressure sensor. During this time the activation tool must remain in place 180 degrees of the valve stem.



7.
   Within 2 minutes after the horn sounds, place the activation tool on the right front tire sidewall at the valve stem. Press the button on the Activation Tool. The horn will sound to indicate that the tire pressure sensor is recognized by the SJB. Repeat the procedure for right rear and left rear tires.


8.   When the Reset Procedure is complete, the message center, (if equipped), will display, “TIRE TRAINING COMPLETE”. For vehicles not equipped with a message center, successful completion of the Reset Procedure will be verified by returning the ignition to the OFF position without the horn sounding. If the horn sounds twice when ignition is returned to OFF position, this indicate that the Reset Procedure was not successful.  You will be required to repeat step 1-8.
 
NOTE: If the SJB does not recognize any one of the 4 tire pressure sensors during the 2 minute time limit for each sensor response, the horn will sound twice and the message center, (if equipped), will display, “TIRE NOT TRAINED REPEAT”. The Reset Procedure must be repeated from the beginning.
  

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