Subaru TPMS - How to Videos For Tire Pressure Monitor System

How To Use Your Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

In this video you'll learn about your Tire Pressure Monitoring System operation and dashboard display indicators.  Remember, a tire pressure light that remains on while driving indicates a problem.  Keep in mind there could be several reasons for loss in tire pressure.  Some common causes are seasonal temperature changes, punctures, and leaky valve stems.  If you're uncertain about your tire conditions the safest route is to bring it into the experts to diagnose the problem.  You can schedule service online and take advantage of our tire low price guarantee if you need replacement tires.

Switching TPMS From kPa to PSi Tire Pressure Measurments

Most drivers are familiar with pounds per square inch, the tire pressure measurement used in the US.  The Subaru factory default setting is actually the metric version called Kilopascal or kPa. So don't be alarmed by the display showing crazy three digit numbers that you don't understand.

This video will walk you through how to change kPa to PSi or vice versa.  It walks through the setting changes you'll need to make for a broad range of 2017 and newer Impreza, Crosstrek, Outback, Legacy, and Ascent Vehicles. 

Changing kPa to PSi on your TPMS in 2020 and Newer Outbacks and Legacys

Newer models have touchscreen consoles and this video explains how to change your Tire Pressure Monitor measurement from kPa to PSi in 2020 and newer Outback and Legacy models.  If you have questions you can either give us a call or consult your owners manual for similar instructions  Don't forget if you need to find out what your recommended PSi is for your tires, you can check your driver side door frame.