Customer question: I have a 2015 Chevy Suburban, the tires get low, I want to replace the wheels. I see the tire pressure icon is on the dash. Is possible to reset tire pressure by launch thinkdiag? How to do?
EOBDTOO.CO.UK engineer replied:
Yes. Launch ThinkdiagOBD2 scanner is a good choice. It not only supports basic diagnosis but also contains 15 kinds of reset service incl. reset TPMS.
It’s easy to use. Please follow the step-by-step guide below to operate:
1. Download, register, activate ThinkDiag APP
Step 1: When receiving ThinkDiag device, you need to download ThinkDiag APP in APP store or Google Play on Android or IOS smartphone.
If you cannot search the APP, click this link to download free directly: https://www.mythinkcar.com/apk/Thinkdiag.apk
Step 2: After installing, open APP to register with email address, verification code and password.
Step 3: Then login with your available username and password
Step 4: Enter main menu to select “Me” and then choose “activation”
Step 5: Input the serial number and activation code from the password paper comes with Thinkdiag device package.
Step 6: After activating, you can get two free car software in ThinkStore. Choose GM and another car manufacturer.
2.Reset Tire Pressure by ThinkDiag
Plug the ThinkDiag device into OBDII port in your vehicle
When the green light appears on the ThinkDiag that indicates the device is powered on
Turn the ignition on
Run ThinkDiag APP
Select ThinkStore-> Purchased software
There are two ways to select the corresponding car model.
Method 1: Select GM, and it will let us do all of the GM in Chevy vehicles
Method 2: Select Reset TPMS which is a tire pressure modulated
Here selects method 2 to operate.
Connecting Bluetooth automatically
Note: When you hear the beep that means it’s connected.
It will show the disclaimer as below, just click OK to continue
Then select the corresponding car brand –GM
Make sure the ignition switch is on
Pay attention to the path info to enter GM software
Select Chevrolet->Suburban-> 2015-2018
Make sure to reset tire pressure
Follow the Tire Pressure Sensor Reset instruction on-screen to operate
Select the Reset button at the bottom
You will see the status go from none to reset, thatmeans it’s reset.
Launch ThinkDiag OBD2 full system diagnostic tool: http://www.eobdtool.co.uk/wholesale/launch-thinkdiag-diagnostic-tool.html