Calibrate/Save a new tyre pressure in the tyre pressure monitoring system
For cars manufactured from and including November 2018 and onwards, the Calibrate command has changed name to Store Pressure in the Car Status in-car app under the TPMS option.
For example, if the Tyre pressure low, Check Car Status app in center display message is visible in the driver display or if you have just changed tyre, and your car has the new command name, you can follow the instructions below to calibrate the tyre monitoring system, but instead of the Calibrate option you choose the Store Pressure option. Calibration is then performed automatically while you are driving the car.
After changing a tyre or adjusting tyre pressure, the new tyre pressure needs to be calibrated/saved in the tyre pressure monitoring system. Similarly, a calibration is required if this symbol illuminates and/or you see the Check Car Status app in center display message in your driver display. When you calibrate/save a new tyre pressure, the tyres are checked and the pressure is saved in the system. This is carried out as follows:
With the ignition switched off, inflate all tyres and check the tyre pressure. For more information about tyre pressure, see the tyre pressure label on the driver's side door pillar.
Start the car.
Open the Car Status app.
Press OK to confirm that the tyre pressure has been checked and adjusted in all four tyres.
Drive the car.
Storing the new tyre pressure takes place when the car is driven at a speed above 35 km/h (22 mph).
Once sufficient data has been collected to enable the system to detect low tyre pressure, the animation showing storage progress disappears from the centre display. The system does not provide further confirmation that storing the new tyre pressure has been completed.
Allow storing to finish in the same individual driving cycle to ensure that the new tyre pressure has been saved correctly. If storing the new tyre pressure is unsuccessful, the Storing pressure unsuccessful. Try again. message is shown.
You can find information about tyre pressures on the driver's side door pillar.
Remember to save a new tyre pressure after every tyre change or after tyre pressure adjustment.
The car must be stationary when saving a new tyre pressure is started.
We recommend that you read the owner's manual for your car model for more information and any important warnings.
Car model/model year
XC90 and XC90 Twin Engine of model year 2016 onwards
S90, V90 and V90 Cross Country of model year 2017 onwards
XC40, XC60, XC60 Twin Engine, V90 Twin Engine and S90 Twin Engine of model year 2018 onwards
V60, V60 Twin Engine and V60 Cross Country of model year 2019 onwards
S60 and S60 Twin Engine of model year 2020 onwards
The range of models may vary depending on market.