Question about 2008 Toyota Camry
I recently had new snow tires and rims place on my 08 camry, I now have an alarm, I guess cuz the old tires and wheels are in the back shed with the sensors? Is there way to disarm the alarm?
The light for the tire pressure does not get fixed by the code reader. It doesn't show up.
The only way in the past that mine was turned off was after an oil change when they used the "reset" button in the fuse box on the driver side.
It is called "tire/oil reset".
Unfortunately, mine isn't resetting this time. The oil light and the tire lights are both on (even though I had an oil change last week...)
But, hopefully it will work for you!
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
You should be able to disarm it with an obd2 code reader. you can get one at any autoparts store they run about 100 bucks but they are worth it. it will tell u what is wrong with ur car whenever a sensor light goes off. ussually u can fix it with code reader. or you could have the dealership do it for close to the same price.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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