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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix tire pressure warning light

Hi - This past weekend I stopped to check my tires before a roadtrip, as I always do, and three were low. I inflated all to 40psi. Right afterwards the "check tire pressure" warning light came on and now it comes on each time I crank my car. I checked the tires again last night and they were fine. Could this be a faulty sensor?

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  • striker782 Jan 07, 2009

    My 2005 GTP did the same thing, but after airing up the tires to the proper pressure, all I had to do was hold the reset button on the driver information screen when screen is on tire pressure monitor function until it resets.

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Try turn key on on do not start press lock and unlock at same time to put into learn mode for tps monitors adjust tire pressures left front right front right rear left rear in order.

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