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Re: I have a CLK200 Convertable with tyre pressure...
The light is coming on because ither your tires need to be checked for an under inflated tire, or your pressure sensor inside your tire is bad. Any major tire shop should have a reader to tell if you have a faulty sensor. Your tire pressure that the factory reccomends should be located on your driver's door or door frame on a sticker tag.
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Had the same problem with my 2006 passat, there is a tyre pressure button on the lower central console on the drivers side of the gearstick, make sure your tyres are at the correct pressure first, then with the engine running press in this button and hold it in for about 10 seconds, this will reset the tyre pressure warning to the pressure that is currently in the tyres
Hi make sure your tyre pressure is correct then switch Ignition ON, scroll the the switch you mentioned untill the symbol of Tyre pressure monitor displayed at intrument cluster. press and release then Press again and hold for atlest 5 sec. the side button of switch untll the box beside the Tyre pressure monitor got tick sign. Ignition off and verify the system operation.
This is the tyre pressure indicator. It shows that one of the tyres is losing pressure through a calve leak or puncture, or can also be triggered after you get new tyres or rotate the tyres.
The method to re-set the tyre pressure warning light is as follows:
Turn the ignition to position 2 (ignition on but motor not started). Press and hold the button under the handbrake until the warning light on the dashboard comes on for several seconds. Start the engine. Drive the car normally for several minutes. This will cause the system to re-set to the current tyres and pressures you have. It will then only turn the warning light on if the pressures change - for example if you get a puncture.
if yellow this is most likely your tyre inflation indicator warning. this means that one or more of your tyres has defated or inflated outside expected limits (do not worry) 1. check your tyre pressures are correct. 2. switch on the engine and let light come on. 3. press and hold the reset button with the same horseshoe icon which is situated near your gear lever in the middle console after several seconds the light should go and and your tyre pressure warning system is reset and ready for any change in prssure. if this does not work consult your nearest certified VW dealer they will be happy to assist.
I think that there is a button located under the dash at the right side of the steering column. To reset the low tyre pressure warning you need to press the button immediately after inflating all tyres to right pressure.