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TPMS provides a low pressure warning and does not re-inflate your tyres. Tyre pressures should be checked regularly, using an accurate pressure gauge when the tyres are cold.


TPMS can NOT register damage to a tyre. Regularly check the condition of your tyres.


When inflating tyres, care should be taken to avoid bending or damaging the TPMS valves. Always make sure that the inflation head to the valve stem is correctly aligned.


Non-approved accessories may interfere with the system. If this occurs, TYRE PRESSURE MONITORING FAULT is displayed in the Message centre.


Different types of tyre may affect TPMS performance. Always replace tyres in accordance with recommendations.

TPMS constantly monitors the tyre pressure in each wheel. Temporary-use spare tyres (when fitted) are not monitored.

Wheels fitted with a TPMS can be visually identified by the external metal lock nut and valve (1). All Jaguar non-TPMS wheels have a rubber valve fitted (2).

Tyre pressures should be checked regularly when the tyres are cold, and adjusted as necessary. The presence of a TPMS does not remove the need to do this.

The tyre pressure warning lamp illuminates when one or more of the tyres are significantly under-inflated. See RENGASPAINEIDEN VALVONTAJÄRJESTELMÄ (TPMS) (KELTAINEN). Stop and check the tyres as soon as possible, and inflate them to the recommended pressure for the vehicle's loading condition.