TPMS diagnostic information – Chrysler 300, 2011-2019

01.27.2019

CHRYSLER 300, 2011-2019

After the TREAD Act was mandated in 2007, all vehicles manufactured in the United States beginning in 2008, must be installed with direct or indirect TPMS systems. The Chrysler 300 vehicle has had TPMS sensors installed in all vehicles since 2005.

The Chrysler 300 uses a direct TPMS system, which means TPMS sensors are installed in the wheel. If one or more tires indicate low tire pressure, the TPMS sensors will transfer the information to the vehicle’s ECU. An indicator light (low-line TPMS system) or each tire pressure will show on the dash (high-line TPMS system).

When a tire is inflated, rotated or changed in one or more tires of a Chrysler 300, a TPMS relearn must be performed to write the ID’s to the vehicle.

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Type of TPMS system:

  • Direct TPMS, TPMS sensors are installed in the wheel, tire pressure is communicated via radio frequency (RF) technology from the sensor to the vehicle’s ECU

Type of OE sensor Chrysler 300 and Chrysler 300 SRT:

  • 2011-2013, 2015: Part number 56029398AB or 56029400AD, Schrader Snap-in Snap in Gen4 433MHz Daimler WAL ASK
  • 2014, 2017:  Part number 56029398AB, Schrader Snap-in Snap in Gen4 433MHz Daimler WAL ASK
  • 2016: 68241067AB, Schrader Snap-in Snap in Gen4 433MHz Daimler WAL ASK
  • 2018: 56029400AE, Schrader Snap-in Snap in Gen4 433MHz Daimler WAL ASK

Aftermarket (Universal, Hybrid, Programmable, Configurable, One-to-One, OE-style) options for TPMS sensor replacement:

  • All programmable, configurable, hybrid and OE-type (one-to-one) TPMS sensor options and service kits can be found in the VT56, VT55, and VT36 TPMS Tools.

Type of TPMS frequency:

  • 433MHz

Type of Relearn procedures:

  • Auto relearn procedure
  • Bonus OBD relearn procedure coverage as an option on the VT56, requires OBD module

Type of TPMS tool required for TPMS reset:

  • TPMS activation tool such as VT15, VT30, VT31, VT36
  • VT56 TPMS scan tool with OBDII module, Sync ID technology for software versions DA1-25-04

Auto relearn procedure, years 2008-2019:

  • Confirm TPMS sensors are properly installed
  • Adjust tire pressure to placard value
  • Hold TPMS tester on left front tire sidewall next to valve stem, use TPMS tool to activate the sensor
  • Repeat for the right front, right rear and left rear sensors
  • Drive vehicle for up to 20 minutes above 15 mph or until TPMS light is off

Auto relearn Chrysler 300

Bonus coverage, OBD relearn procedure:

  • OBDII dongle is required
  • Confirm TPMS sensors are properly installed
  • Adjust tire pressures to placard value
  • Hold TPMS tool on left front tire sidewall next to valve stem
  • Repeat for the right front, right rear and left rear tires
  • Apply OBD module to the DLC
  • Turn ignition ON
  • Press OK on TPMS tool to transfer sensor data to the ECU
  • Disconnect OBD module from DLC
  • Turn ignition OFF, then ON
  • Drive for up to 5 minutes at 28 mph

OBD relearn Chrysler 300

Troubleshooting tips

Auto-relearn, the light won’t turn off?

The auto relearn procedure steps require the technician to drive for at least 5 minutes at 28 mph. Unfortunately, when you’re at the shop, it is not always easy or time-valuable to drive a vehicle around at over 28 mph for that amount of time. If the shop is in a city, it may not be possible to drive for over 28 mph unless the user drives outside of a city environment where it is possible to drive at higher speeds.

Solution? For most Chrysler vehicles, the bonus OBD relearn procedure is available for the ATEQ VT56, thanks to patented Sync-ID technology. This advanced feature allows the user to perform an OBD relearn to turn the light off, with minimal to no driving time required to turn the light off, saving the technician time and the customer labor costs.

Push button start – transfer failure

If your Chrysler vehicle has a push-button start ignition, try this tip if there is a transfer failure issue. There are two modes for Chrysler’s push-button start, ACC for accessories, and RUN. Make sure to press twice to reveal RUN during the relearn procedure when the step requires the ignition to turn on before transferring the TPMS sensor ID’s.

Chrysler TPMS DTC Codes

CHRYSLER 8001 – Training Failed
CHRYSLER 8002 – Tire Pressure Sensor /Transmitter Signal Jammed
CHRYSLER 8003 – Battery Low
CHRYSLER 8004 – Tire Pressure Sensor /Transmitter Failure
CHRYSLER 8005 – TPMS Module Failure
CHRYSLER 8009 – Tire Pressure Sensor /Transmitter Signal Jammed
CHRYSLER 8010 – Tire Pressure Sensor /Transmitter Signal Jammed
CHRYSLER 8011 – Tire Pressure Sensor /Transmitter Signal Jammed
CHRYSLER 8012 – Tire Pressure Sensor /Transmitter Signal Jammed
CHRYSLER 8013 – Tire Pressure Sensor /Transmitter Low Battery
CHRYSLER 8014 – Tire Pressure Sensor /Transmitter Low Battery
CHRYSLER 8015 – Tire Pressure Sensor /Transmitter Low Battery
CHRYSLER 8016 – Tire Pressure Sensor /Transmitter Low Battery
CHRYSLER 8017 – Tire Pressure Sensor Transmitter
CHRYSLER 8018 – Tire Pressure Sensor Transmitter
CHRYSLER 8019 – Tire Pressure Sensor Transmitter
CHRYSLER 8020 – Tire Pressure Sensor Transmitter
CHRYSLER B1A14 – RKE FOB 5 Battery Low
CHRYSLER B1A76-11 – REMOTE START ANTENNA CIRCUIT – CIRCUIT SHORT TO GROUND
CHRYSLER B1A76-13 – REMOTE START ANTENNA CIRCUIT – CIRCUIT OPEN
CHRYSLER B2199-16 – Battery Voltage – Circuit Voltage Below Threshold
CHRYSLER B2199-17 – Battery Voltage – Circuit Voltage Above Threshold
CHRYSLER B21DD-84 – System Voltage – Signal Voltage Below Allowable Range
CHRYSLER B21DD-85 – System Voltage – Signal Voltage Above Allowable Range
CHRYSLER B22A0-49 – RF HUB INTERNAL – INTERNAL ELECTRONIC FAILURE
CHRYSLER C0077 – Low Tire Pressure
CHRYSLER C0077-00 – Low Tire Pressure
CHRYSLER C1501 – Tire Pressure Sensor 1 Internal
CHRYSLER C1501-07 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 1 – MECHANICAL FAILURE
CHRYSLER C1501-16 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 1 – CIRCUIT VOLTAGE BELOW THRESHOLD
CHRYSLER C1501-31 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 1 – NO SIGNAL
CHRYSLER C1501-4B – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 1 – OVER TEMPERATURE
CHRYSLER C1501-96 – Tire Pressure Sensor 1 Internal
CHRYSLER C1502 – Tire Pressure Sensor 2 Internal
CHRYSLER C1502-07 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 2 – MECHANICAL FAILURE
CHRYSLER C1502-16 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 2- CIRCUIT VOLTAGE BELOW THRESHOLD
CHRYSLER C1502-31 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 2 – NO SIGNAL
CHRYSLER C1502-4B – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 2 – OVER TEMPERATURE
CHRYSLER C1502-96 – Tire Pressure Sensor 2 Internal
CHRYSLER C1503 – Tire Pressure Sensor 3 Internal
CHRYSLER C1503-07 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 3 – MECHANICAL FAILURE
CHRYSLER C1503-16 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 3 -CIRCUIT VOLTAGE BELOW THRESHOLD
CHRYSLER C1503-31 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 3 – NO SIGNAL
CHRYSLER C1503-4B – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 3 – OVER TEMPERATURE
CHRYSLER C1503-96 – Tire Pressure Sensor 3 Internal
CHRYSLER C1504 – Tire Pressure Sensor 4 Internal
CHRYSLER C1504-07 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 4 – MECHANICAL FAILURE
CHRYSLER C1504-16 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 4 – CIRCUIT VOLTAGE BELOW THRESHOLD
CHRYSLER C1504-31 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 4 – NO SIGNAL
CHRYSLER C1504-4B – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 4 – OVER TEMPERATURE
CHRYSLER C1504-96 – Tire Pressure Sensor 4 Internal
CHRYSLER C1505 – Tire Pressure Sensor 5 Internal
CHRYSLER C1506 – Tire Pressure Trigger Module Performance
CHRYSLER C1507 – Tire Pressure Trigger Module Performance
CHRYSLER C1508 – Tire Pressure Trigger Module Performance
CHRYSLER C1509- Tire Pressure Trigger Module Performance
CHRYSLER C150A – Tire Pressure Trigger Module Voltage High
CHRYSLER C150B – Tire Pressure Trigger Module Voltage High
CHRYSLER C150C – Tire Pressure Trigger Module Voltage High
CHRYSLER C150D – Tire Pressure Trigger Module Voltage High
CHRYSLER C151C – Tire Pressure Sensor Missing
CHRYSLER C151C-00 – Tire Pressure Sensors Missing
CHRYSLER C151D – Tire Pressure Sensor Location Undetermined
CHRYSLER C151D-00 – Tire Pressure Sensor Location Undetermined
CHRYSLER C1570-00 – Duplicate Tire Pressure Sensor ID’s
CHRYSLER C1580-00 – Left/Right Side Tire Pressure Sensor Location Undetermined
CHRYSLER C1581-00 – Front/Rear Tire Pressure Sensor Location Undetermined
CHRYSLER C1597-00 – TPMS Deactivated – Winter Mode
CHRYSLER C15CB-00 – FRONT AXLE TIRE PRESSURE PLACARD VALUE IMPLAUSIBLE
CHRYSLER C15CC-00 – REAR AXLE TIRE PRESSURE PLACARD VALUE IMPLAUSIBLE
CHRYSLER C15CD-07 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 6 – MECHANICAL FAILURES
CHRYSLER C15CD-31 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 6 – NO SIGNAL
CHRYSLER C15CE-07 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 7 – MECHANICAL FAILURES
CHRYSLER C15CE-31 – TIRE PRESSURE SENSOR 7 – NO SIGNAL
CHRYSLER C15D6-00 – RUN FLAT TIRE PRESSURE BELOW THRESHOLD
CHRYSLER C2209-00 – Tire Pressure Monitor Internal
CHRYSLER P0928 – BTSI Control Circuit
CHRYSLER U0001-00 – CAN C BUS
CHRYSLER U0002-00 – CAN C BUS OFF Performance
CHRYSLER U0019 – CAN B BUS
CHRYSLER U0100 – Lost Communication With ECM /PCM
CHRYSLER U0100-00 – Lost Communication With ECM /PCM
CHRYSLER U0101-00 – LOST COMMUNICATION WITH TCM
CHRYSLER U0121 – Lost Communication With Anti-Lock Brake Module
CHRYSLER U0121-00 – Lost Communication With Anti-Lock Brake Module
CHRYSLER U0140-00 – LOST COMMUNICATION WITH BODY CONTROL MODULE
CHRYSLER U0141 – Lost Communication With Front Control Module
CHRYSLER U0141-00 – Lost Communication With IPM (FCM/TIPM)
CHRYSLER U0155 – Lost Communication With Cluster /CCN
CHRYSLER U0155-00 – LOST COMMUNICATION WITH CLUSTER/CCN
CHRYSLER U0168-00 – Lost Communication With Vehicle Security Control Module (WIN/WCM)
CHRYSLER U0184 – Lost Communication With Radio
CHRYSLER U0236 – Lost Communication With Column Lock Module
CHRYSLER U110D – Lost Communication With Security Siren
CHRYSLER U1114 – Lost Communication With Tire Pressure Trigger Module
CHRYSLER U1116 – Lost Communication With Tire Pressure Trigger Module
CHRYSLER U1117 – Lost Communication With Tire Pressure Trigger Module
CHRYSLER U1197 – Security Seed Response Not Received From ECM /PCM
CHRYSLER U1416 – Implausible Security Siren Signal Received