How to Change the TPMS Settings of your Ford Vehicle with FORScan
Normally, the TPMS safety warning settings of your Ford vehicle are set in standard values. Although it is not recommended that you change the standard TPMS settings, there are instances that it is necessary to adjust these settings. If you wish to do so, you can do it with the use of FORScan.
A video created by Auto Dad shows how to change the threshold warning settings of the TPMS using the FORScan on his Ford F150. Check it out on the video below:
TPMS stands for Tire Pressure Monitoring System. It is a safety system that monitors the air pressure on each of your tires. If the air pressure of your tire goes below the standard values, a warning light will show on your cluster indicating that it’s not safe to ride with the current tire air pressure. However, as seen in the featured video from Auto Dad, there are some instances that you need your tire air pressure to go below the standard values. So, in order to remove the warning light, you will need to adjust the minimum or maximum safety parameters of your TPMS. Again, only do this if you fully understand the necessity and the safety risk of the process.
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In order to change the TPMS settings using FORScan, you will need a reliable OBD2 adapter. Below are our featured OBD2 devices that work flawlessly with FORScan.
Note: For FORScan coding modifications, we recommend using the OBD2 USB adapter for it provides a more stable connection.