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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have to "Teach" the tire sensors to the correct pressure. The 02 Sienna does not measure the actual PSI tire pressures, it measures the RPM of the tires. with the tires set to specs, the rotation RPM is "x". If a tire goes low, the rotation RPM would bt "y", and that will light the light.
The proceedure: Set the tires to specs with a known good pressure gauge. The ones that you can put in your pocket, that looks like a pen, are alway sincorrect. Get one with a needle reading. Set the tires correctly. Now, press the reset button, hold it until the light blinks 3 times. Drop it into gear, and DRIVE IT. 8-12 miles, above 19 MPH, and UNDER 61 MPH. This will re-teach the ABS computer the correct values.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
On my 2004 toyota,,,directly behind the passenger side front seat (have to push passenger seat all the way forward to see it, there is a small square flap in the carpet,,,lift that up and underneath is a big bolt which you turn counterclock wise with your spare tire lug wrench and the tire will lower to the ground. thats about it. good luck
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
Going one "step" larger is fine but don't forget that in going to a slightly taller tire, you will be changing the final drive ratio. If you have any performance problems (like going up-hill) taller tires will make that problem worse. Your speedometer will be affected slightly as well (car will be going a few miles per hour faster than what you see on speedometer).
Best thing to do about choosing a winter tire has little to do with size and more to do with tread design...The more aggressive the tread and side lugs, the better it will go through snow. But with aggressive tread comes road noise...so don't go overboard with that unless you don't mind road noise. Best tread design I've found is something similar to Goodyear Wrangler R/T. They seem to be a good compromise between both.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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