i have tahoe 2007
thier is alwase alarme till to check the pressure off back left and front right tire
and then tell me to fix the pressure system for my car
how can i solve this proplem
with my creatfull
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To activate a new transmitter in the tire pressure monitoring system WITHOUT the Nissan Consult scan tool: Under the dash above the OBD II connector is a single wire connector called the "tire pressure warning check connector". Use a jumper wire and ground the tire pressure warning check connector with the key OFF. Then turn the key ON and cycle the ground at the tire pressure warning check connector 5 times within 10 seconds of turning the key ON. This should cause the tire pressure monitor light to start flashing indicating the system is in "learn mode". Then use the activation tool starting at the left front tire and work around the vehicle in a clockwise direction - front left, front right, rear right and rear left. Activating each transmitter at each wheel should make the turn signal flash one time and after completing all 4 wheels, the turn signals should flash two times and all 4 time pressures should be displayed.
Have you rotated tire positions? Anyway, if all tires seem to be physically stable, give it a few more runs and another mileage. The 1 psi reading should increase and improve significantly. If not, it is best to have your tires recalibrated, from there you can easily determine if that sensor is at fault or not.
Check your tire pressure. One of your tires has lost enough tire pressure to trigger this alarm. It could also be a puncture by nail or something. Once you've checked your tire pressures and set them all to desired pressure (30psi - depending on tire model and passenger occupancy) you can reset this alarm by pressing and holding down the button (apprx. 10 sec) located on the front of base of the emergency brake (same symbol on button as alarm). Blinking yellow light will stop blinking and stay on (this is when you can stop pressing the button), but eventually, shortly dissappear. I think the alarm is triggered by a difference of 4-6 psi which can aso be affected by climate change (warmer to colder season or visa versa).
most of the time when they do this is because theres different size tires on the different whells thier preety senstive to even different brands of tires that are the same size too as their not really the same. To check make a mark on the ground and amark on the tire thatmatches the ground rool the car forward till the mark lines up with the ground again. measure the marks do it with all of the tires. the ones that are different need changed, or just get a matched set of tires the other reason is almost the same the trie pressure needs to be right, and all the brakes have to work ( rear shoes wore out front pads glazed or worn down to the hard end ) If the ABS light doesn't come on except when it's working and shutts right back off and if you scan for codes your going to find the problem in tire sizes and or pressure and the measrement meathod will always find the bad boy. they all need to be inside of and inch in diameter ( the lenght of the marks or the floor or ground and measure twice if you get something odd.
open the rear door..the jack gonna be right or left wall..open out door compartment on the wall and you will see the jack and the tire wrench...connect the wrench together and it gonna be like 4 feet long...look under the truck on the rear and there you will see the tire...put the long wrench in the hole next to lic plate and start turn counterclockwise and the tire will come down..good.luck
It sounds like a bad bearing on the right side hub. you can check this by raising the front of the car till the tires are off the grond. Grab the tire and try to wiggle it up and down and front to back if there is any play replace the bearing. check both sides
you have put your vehicle in learn mode. there is a special tool to relearn tire positons. take vehicle to a dealership and have tire pressures corrected and tire pressure sensors relearned. your tire pressure info. is on your drives door, 07 tahoe should be at 30psi .you can try pushing check and wait for honk, then let air out of left front tire until you hear a honk, then right front, then right rear, then left rear. by then your sensors will be learned but you will have four flat tires, it'll be easier to have someone reprogram using tool.