Question about 2004 Nissan Armada
Flat tire light will stay on.
Are you talking about the low air pressure light? Make sure there is atleast 35 lbs in each tire, turn the car off, and then turn it on, the light should go off.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a reset button for the tpms either just above the accerlator or to the right of the glove box. press it and tah dah....you should be good to go.
Posted on May 24, 2009
Testimonial: "Knowledgeable expert...found the button (but unfortunately did not fix problem--maybe shop messed up a sensor in the tire)"
1. Remove the fuse panel cover, located on the right hand side of the dash (you have to open the front right hand passenger door). It comes off easily, it is held in place by three spring clips. Be careful when pulling this off, that you don't disengage the spring clips from the panel door, because they will fly off into the dash, and you won't be able to get them out. Replacement clips are about 70 cents each at the Buick dealer, but they will only sell them in a bag of 20, so do the math. Lose the clips, it will cost you about $16 with tax to replace them. I know because I did this :(
2. Start your car, and with the engine idling, locate the RESET button on the fuse panel where you've removed the fuse panel cover. It's a red button, the first one on the top row of the fuse block. Press and hold the RESET button for five seconds. The "low tire" light should come on and flash three times, then go out. If it doesn't, you'll have to take your car to the dealer or other repair shop for service.
3. Replace the fuse panel cover, and you're good to go! BTW, this information is on pages 6-42 and 6-43 of your Owner's Manual. :)
Hope this helps and good luck!
-KC GTO Dad
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks this is what i needed to know"
the sensor in the tire may be faulty. If you have taken it and checked the air pressure in the tires already and it stays on then you probably have a faulty sensor. try airing the tire up a little more and see if it goes out. If not you may need to go to the dealer. They should be able to connect to the computer and verify the faulty sensor. Did you air up all the tires? Some systems will only tell you a tire is low and not which tire it is so air them all up too!
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
After you have changed a tire and adjusted your tire pressures you will need to initial the tire pressure monitoring. If your vehicle does not have I-drive then with the iginition in the on position on the left steering wheel stalk, move the rocker switch up and cycle through until you see an icon in the cluster that says initailize. push the button on the end of the stalk inwards toward the steering wheel and hold until you see the icon in the cluster show a check mark. When it shows a check mark your finished.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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