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If your tire pressures are all ok and the light is still on the dashboard, either one of two things is wrong ( assuming your tire pressure gauge is giving you correct data)
1 - A battery or one of the tire sensors (4) in a tire is mis functioning
2 - Something wrong with car electronic monitoring system.
Check with Hyundai if there is some sort of "reset" that you can perform. On my 2011 Sonata once I correct the pressure the light goes off. U might have to go to the dealer. Just hope your dealer is better than mine.
Hello. Welcome to FixYa. Please alllow us to assist you.
The light you have illuminated (the ( ! ) light) is the 'low tire pressure' light.
One or more of your tires is below the recommended inflation pressure.
What you need to do:
Check all of the tire pressures (including the spare) with an accurate tire pressure gauge. The gauges that look like a pen, and fit in your pocket, are not accurate. Get a good gauge; one with a needle display. Set the tire pressures in accordance with the tire pressures that are printed inside the driver's side door area, on a sticker. One the tire pressures are reset, the light should go out automatically on the next startup or two.
Important note: If the light came on after you just had new tires fitted, and the inflation pressure is correct, your tire shop may have damaged the sensor.
If you need further assistance, please feel free to get back to me.
if the pressures are ok, and the reset procedure does not fix it, it is likely that one of the sensors became damaged during the tire change. you should return to the service center that changed the tires and have them check it out.
before that, check that ALL FOUR of your tires are set to 35 psi. the system works on pressure differentials (not just low pressure) so make sure ALL the tires are set equally. also note that some systems may also have a sensor in the spare tire, and can cause the light to come on also. please check the door tag on your van to confirm what the pressures are supposed to be set at. good luck!
check not only the tires on the car, check the level on the spare tire to, cause some of those have the sensors also... most cars will reset the light once you have the pressures right and drive on the tires a few miles to reset the light.... hope this helps you..
You cannot reset them,Make sure that you check the pressures in the tires. The Infiniti Tire Pressure Monitoring System is designed to trip the warning light anytime the pressure in any of the tires drops below 29 psi. At 29 psi it really won't look like the tires are low. You could have one tire at 29 or 28 causing the light to stay on all the time. Check your pressures, set at 34 or 35 to be safe, or whatever pressure the tire is recommended to be. Not all infiniti vehicles with TPMS have the display that shows the pressure in each tire. If the pressures are above 29 psi, Then there could be an issue with one or more of the sensors. If you have the tires replaced you will have to have the sensors relearned at the dealer. Tire rotations do not require the same.
You have to "Teach" the tire sensors to the correct pressure. The 02 Sienna does not measure the actual PSI tire pressures, it measures the RPM of the tires. with the tires set to specs, the rotation RPM is "x". If a tire goes low, the rotation RPM would bt "y", and that will light the light.
The proceedure: Set the tires to specs with a known good pressure gauge. The ones that you can put in your pocket, that looks like a pen, are alway sincorrect. Get one with a needle reading. Set the tires correctly. Now, press the reset button, hold it until the light blinks 3 times. Drop it into gear, and DRIVE IT. 8-12 miles, above 19 MPH, and UNDER 61 MPH. This will re-teach the ABS computer the correct values.