Subaru Tire Pressure Monitor | How to Change TPMS settings

How To Use You Subaru Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

This video will show you how to use your Subaru's Tire Pressure Monitoring System or TPMS.  Remember, tire punctures aren't the only reason for low tire pressure.  Change in seasonal temperature and if your tires are warm from driving or cold from sitting will impact pressure too!  If you need to check recommended tire pressure for your Subaru just reference the driver side door panel.  You'll notice the tire pressure light will illuminate and stay on your dashboard display if their is a pressure problem detected. Check out the video for all the details.

How To Change Your Tire Pressure Monitor From kPa to PSi

Do you know what kPa means?  Honestly, I didn't until I looked it up.  Most people are more familiar with PSi or Pound Per Square Inch.  If you want to know how to change your tire pressure monitor to display PSi, this is the video for you!

I'll save you the time searching online, kPa means Kilopascal.  That's the measurement for measuring units of pressure and stress in Metric.

Changing TPMS from kPa to PSi in Newer Outback & Legacy Models

It can be hard to make a one video that applies to all vehicle technology.  Subaru makes improvements or changes over time.  If the first video above didn't help you and you're driving a newer Subaru Outback or Legacy, this is the video for you.  The instructions are a little different in the older models.  We hope these videos help.  If you have a tire pressure light staying on in your dashboard display you might need to schedule service and have the pros check your tires.  We're here to help and if you need a new tire we have a tire price match guarantee!