each time tyre pressure is modified;
when even only one tyre is changed;
when tyres are rotated/inverted;
when the space-saver wheel is fitted.
Before carrying out the RESET
procedure, inflate the tyres to the rated
pressure values specified in the inflation
pressure table (see "Wheels" paragraph
in the "Technical specifications"
If the RESET is not carried out, in all
above cases, the
warning light may
give false indications on one or more
To carry out the RESET, with the vehicle
stationary and the engine on, hold
down the Reset button
the left control panel fig. 58 for at least
When the RESET procedure has been
carried out, and depending on the type
of instrument panel, either only a buzzer
will be heard or the message "Reset
saved" will appear together with the
buzzer to indicate that self-learning has
The system is active for speeds above
In a few situations such as sporty
driving, particular conditions of the road
surface (e.g. icy, snowy, unsurfaced
roads) the signalling may be delayed or
partial in detecting the contemporary
deflation of more than one tyre.
Under special conditions (e.g. vehicle
loaded asymmetrically on one side,
towing a trailer, damaged or worn tyre,
fitting the space-saver wheel, use of the
"Fix&Go Automatic" tyre repair kit, fitting
snow chains, fitting different tyres on
the axles) the system may provide false
indications or be temporarily
If the system is temporarily deactivated
warning light flashes for about
75 seconds and then is continuouslyon; at the same time, the display shows
a warning message.
This indication is displayed also after
the engine has been switched off and
then on again if the correct operating
conditions are not restored.
In the case of abnormal signals, it is
recommended to perform the RESET
procedure. If the signals reappear once
the RESET procedure has started,
check that the type of tyres used are
the same on all four wheels and that the
tyres are not damaged; if the
space-saver wheel is being used, refit
the wheel with a tire with normal
dimensions instead of the space-saver
wheel as soon as possible; if possible
remove the snow chains; make sure
that the load is distributed correctly and
repeat the RESET procedure, driving on
a clean and surfaced road. If the signals
persist, contact a Fiat Dealership.
58)The system is an aid for the driver, who
must always pay full attention while driving.
The responsibility always rests with the
driver, who must take into account the
traffic conditions in order to drive in
complete safety. The driver must always
maintain a safe distance from the vehicle in
driving on a straight road at 80 km/h for
at least 20 minutes) which starts when
the RESET procedure is carried out.
The RESET procedure must be carried
COLD TYRE INFLATION PRESSURE (bar)
When the tires are warm, the inflation pressure should be + 0.3 bar in relation to the recommended figure. However, recheck
that the value is correct with the tyre cold.
With snow tyres, add +0.2 bar to the pressure value prescribed for standard tyres.
If it is necessary to raise the vehicle, refer to the "Raising the vehicle" paragraph in the "In an emergency" chapter.
Versions TyresUnladen/medium load Full load
spare wheelSpace saver
wheel(**)Front Rear Front Rear
1.4 16V 95
HP195 / 55 R15
2.2 2.1 2.6 2.5
(*)4.2 205 / 55 R16
225 / 45 R17
1.4 T-jet 120
HP / 1.3
HP195 / 55 R15
2.3 2.1 2.6 2.5 205 / 55 R16
225 / 45 R17
120 HP195 / 55 R15
2.4 2.1 2.6 2.5 205 / 55 R16
225 / 45 R17
(**) (where provided)
(*) After using the spare wheel in an emergency, where necessary, align the pressure of the wheel to the recommended value as soon as
173)The maximum speed for snow tyres marked “Q” is 160 km/h, while it is 190 km/h for “T” tyres and 210 km/h for "H" tyres. The highway
code speed limits must however always be complied with.
174)If winter tyres with a lower speed rating than that indicated in the Registration Document are used, do not exceed the maximum speed
corresponding to the speed rating of the tyres used.