Toyota Corolla Cross Owners & Service Manuals

Toyota Corolla Cross: Registering ID codes

Every tire pressure warning valve and transmitter has a unique ID code. When replacing a tire pressure warning valve and transmitter, it is necessary to register the ID code.

When registering the ID codes, perform the following procedure.

1. Park the vehicle in a safe place, wait for approximately 20 minutes, and then start the engine.

2. Select or of the multi-information display and then press .

3. 4.2-inch display meter: Press or to select "Vehicle Settings" and then press and hold .

    7-inch display meter: Press or to select "Vehicle Settings" and then press and hold .

4. 4.2-inch display meter: Press or to select "TPWS setting" and then press .

    7-inch display meter: Press or to select "TPWS setting" and then press .

5. 4.2-inch display meter: Press or to select "Tyre Set Switching" and then press .

    7-inch display meter: Press or to select "Tyre Set Switching" and then press .

6. 4.2-inch display meter: Press or to select "Register New Valve / ID" and then press .

    7-inch display meter: Press or to select "Register New Valve / ID" and then press .

7. 4.2-inch display meter: Press or to select "Tire Set 1" or "Tire Set 2".

Then press .

   7-inch display meter: Press or to select "Tire Set 1" or "Tire Set 2". Then press .

The change wheel set mode is activated and registration is started.

Then a message will be displayed on the multi-information display.

Do-it-yourself maintenance

When registration is being performed, the tire pressure warning light will blink for approximately 1 minute then illuminate and "--" will be displayed for the inflation pressure of each tire on the multi-information display.

8. Drive straight (with occasional left and right turns) at approximately 25 mph (40 km/h) or more for approximately 10 to 30 minutes.

When registration is completed, the tire pressure warning light will go off and the inflation pressure of each tire will be displayed on the multi-information display.

Even if the vehicle is not driven at approximately 25 mph (40 km/h) or more, registration can be completed by driving for a long time.

However, if registration does not complete after driving for 1 hour or more, perform the procedure again from the beginning.

9. Initialize the tire pressure warning system.

■When registering ID codes

  • ID code registration is performed while driving at a vehicle speed of approximately 25 mph (40 km/h) or more.
  • Before performing ID code registration, make sure that no wheels with tire pressure warning valve and transmitters installed are near the vehicle.
  • Make sure to initialize the tire pressure warning system after registering the ID codes. If the system is initialized before registering the ID codes, the initialized values will be invalid.
  • ID codes can be registered by yourself, but depending on the driving conditions and driving environment, registration may take some time to complete.
  • As the tires will be warm when registration is completed, make sure to allow the tires to cool before performing initialization.

■Canceling ID code registration

  • To cancel ID code registration after it has been started, select "Identify Wheel" on the multi-information display and press and hold again.
  • If ID code registration has been canceled, the tire pressure warning light will blink for approximately 1 minute when the engine switch is turned to ON and then illuminate. The tire pressure warning system will be operational when the tire pressure warning light turns off.
  • If the warning light does not turn off even after several minutes have elapsed, ID code registration may not have been canceled correctly.

    To cancel registration, perform the ID code registration start procedure again and then turn the engine switch off before driving.

■If ID codes are not registered properly

In the following situations, ID code registration may take longer than usual to be completed or may not be possible. Normally, registration completes within approximately 30 minutes.

  • Vehicle is not parked for approximately 20 minutes or more before driving
  • Vehicle is not driven at approximately 25 mph (40 km/h) or more
  • Vehicle is driven on unpaved roads
  • Vehicle is driven near other vehicles and system cannot recognize tire pressure warning valve and transmitters of your vehicle over those of other vehicles
  • Wheel with tire pressure warning valve and transmitter installed is inside or near the vehicle

If registration does not complete after driving for 1 hour or more, perform the ID code registration procedure again from the beginning.

  • If the vehicle is reversed during registration, the data up to that point is reset, so perform the registration procedure again from the beginning.
  • In the following situations, ID code registration will not be started or was not completed properly and the system will not operate properly. Perform the ID code registration procedure again.
  • If, when attempting to start ID code registration, the tire pressure warning light does not blink slowly 3 times.
  • If, when the vehicle has been driven for about 20 minutes after performing ID code registration, the tire pressure warning light blinks for approximately 1 minute and then illuminates.

If the ID codes cannot be registered even when performing the above procedure, contact your Toyota dealer.

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