How to Reset the TPMS Sensor on a 2015-2023 MustangLast Updated August 8, 2023 | Bill Tumas
If you're planning on changing the wheels on your 2015-2023 Mustang, one thing to keep in mind is that the tire pressure monitoring system, or TPMS, will need to be reprogrammed to sync with the new wheels and tires.
From 2007-2014, Ford Mustangs used a tire pressure warning light for low tire pressure, but lacked live indication of current tire pressure. From 2015 onward, all Mustang models use a real-time tire pressure sensor that displays live PSI values.
Performing a 2015-2023 Ford Mustang TPMS reset with aftermarket wheels is easy, but you'll need to follow specific steps to reset your system.
All you'll need is a TPMS training tool from Ford to complete the job. It'll take no more than 15 minutes, so you'll be back on the road in no time.
How to Perform a 2015-2023 Ford Mustang TPMS Reset
Step 1: Reset TPMS System
Your 2015 and up Mustang uses a combination of brake and start button presses to reset your TPMS system.
Begin by pressing and releasing the brake pedal.
Next, use the starter button to turn your Mustang on and off three times in a row (a total of 6 button presses).
Repeat the entire process one more time beginning with the brake press.
Once this process is completed correctly the horn will honk to indicate your Mustang is in the correct mode to reprogram the tire pressure sensors.
Pro Tip: Make sure you don't press in the clutch while resetting your Mustang's system to avoid starting the engine.
Step 2: Reset Tire Pressure Sensors
The dash screen will prompt you on which tire is ready to be trained. Head over to that tire and pull out the TPMS training tool.
Aim the tool at the base of the valve stem and hold down the button to sync the tire sensor.
The horn will honk once to let you know that the training is complete. Follow the dash instructions to locate the next tire and repeat the process until all tire sensors are trained.
Step 3: Complete TPMS Sensor Training
Head back into the cabin. Once the sensors are reprogrammed correctly, the dash screen will prompt you with a training complete indication. Click “ok” to complete the process.
Congratulations! Your Mustang will now display the correct tire pressure for each wheel.
Keep Your Mustang's Tires in Top Form
Now that you know how to reset the TPMS sensor on your 2015-2023 Mustang, you'll be able to see the live status of your Mustang's tire pressure.
If your tires are leaking air, it may be time for a new set or to look into replacing your wheels. Check out our S550 wheel and tire options to get a reliable and stylish set for your Mustang. We can even install the TPMS sensors for you before we ship them.