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Should be looked at by certified mechanic. Not hard, but not easy fix either.

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Why is it that every time I put the key in the ignition and start car the horn honks?


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Tire pressure monitoring system. Start by checking your tire pressure and set to what the sticker on the drivers side door frame indicates. If this does not turn the light off you will have to re-learn the sensors to the vehicle. This is done by:
reset the tire pressure monitoring system, to do so, you need to get your key fob, and put your ignition key in the ignition, turn it to the accesories position, and simultaneously press the lock and unlock buttons on the key fob. hold them until the car honks the horn.

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check your car manuel and it should tell you to solve both

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