Question about 2007 Toyota Tacoma
Light came on at 65,000 on original tires (Dunlops - GREAT!). Had new tires installed but light is still on. (Tire shop said the light would go out after the truck computer "rebalanced" itself with the new tires. Light still on after the first 1,000 miles.) How can this be reset??
If your vehicle has the silver-metal valve cores (as opposed to black rebber), the tire pressure light goes out once the tires are at or above the minimum inflation pressure. Note that the SPARE is also checked for proper inflation by the system. What I would do is check the spare for proper inflation. If it is low, resetting it should cure your problem. If the light does NOT go out, the dealer who put the tires on may have damaged your tire pressure sensor. To check that, you need a Toyota technician to check the output of your 5 sensors with their tire pressure sensor diagnostic tool. If one is not reading, I would take the vehicle back to the tire guy & make him buy you a new one, They are not cheap.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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