There are times when your Ford vehicle will display a warning on your dashboard that says "train left front tire". The message may also say that your tires are not trained. It's not a big deal and can be easily fixed. In order to fix this problem, you'll need to train your tire pressure sensors.
Your Ford has a tire pressure monitoring system that checks the air pressure in your tires. If the pressure is low, the sensor will alert you that your tires need re-inflating. This is an important safety feature that helps prevent accidents. You can also help increase your car's fuel efficiency by maintaining optimal wheel pressures.
When you get a TPMS alert, you may be wondering why the warning is there. Often, a TPMS warning is a sign that the TPMS sensor is malfunctioning or not properly installed. However, a TPMS fault sign can also mean your wheels aren't inflated to the proper pressure.
In order to train your TPMS, you'll need to use a TPMS sensor training tool. These tools are sold under the part number 204-363. TPMS sensors can be mounted on your vehicle's valve stem or on the sidewall of the tire.
Once you have the tool, you'll need to place it on the sidewall of your right rear and left front tire. Next, you'll need to push the activation button. Afterwards, the TPMS indicator should flash briefly.
After you have completed this process, your Ford's TPMS will be ready to monitor the air pressure in your tire. As long as your tires are inflated to the correct pressure, your car's TPMS will notify you when they need to be reinflated.