Question about 2007 Toyota Camry
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Some newer Toyota vehicles have a sensor in the spare tire. Tires loose air over time naturally. I would check out the spare.
When did this TPS light start coming on?
Have you had new tires put on, or had a flat repair done before the light?
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
SOURCE: low tire pressure light
Do you have sensors in the wheels? I dont think so, but If you do... I recommend setting the tire pressure at 35, if you set any lower, the light will come on when it gets cold and the pressure drops. Did you also set the spare?
You can reset the light by finding the button underneath the drivers dash, and with the key on, hold the button in until the light goes out. Then let go, and press again, hold until the light flashes 3 times, then it should stay out.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
if this is a toyota 4runner, to reset your tire pressure light, all you need to do is drive your car for up to 10 minutes. On a 4runner the computer takes a reading from your TPMS every minute
*if this is not for a 4runner, there may be a different procedure to reset the sensors, but try this first
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
You cannot "disable" the TPWS. Also, when you replace sensors, they need to be programmed to the TPWS computer.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
Do you have a full-size spare tire? If so, it too is checked via the Tire Pressure Warning System. Perhaps it is low, this is quite commonly omitted when setting tire pressures. If you have a temporary spare tire, it is not checked. If you have no full-size spare, one of the TWPS sensors may have been damaged by your tire changer. This can happen very easily, if the changer is not careful whilst dis-mounting the tires. A Toyota dealership has a special service tool that will check each of the sensors for output, while on the car. If a sensor is found to be bad, the tester will find it.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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