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That signal is from your tire monitoring sensors, telling you that there is air pressure difference between tires. The tire pressure should be same in all tires.

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Tire pressure sensors in the wheels. A few bad solutions here. ..ill clarify. The one about flashing meaning a fault is correct. Thats the only one. The sensors are radios in each wheel that report to a module under the hood what the pressure in each tire is. They are set to the recommended pressure on the driver door jamb. They will come on if its 5-7 pounds below OR above that pressure. You NEVER go by the pressure listed on the sidewall of the tire. That is simply the MAXIMUM pressure the tire manufacturer recommends for that tire, which setting at that will cause them to be overinflated, set off the sensors, and wear out the center of the tire tread out faster than the rest.

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That is the low tire pressure indicator, the constant flashing indicates a fault with the system. (defective or missing sensor, module or wiring fault) A low tire is indicated by flashing for a few seconds after key on and then a solid light.

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That's the tire pressure warning system. You need to fill your tires to the correct tire pressure (35 PSI unless you don't have standard tires- don't fill it to the "Max" pressure on the sidewall) . Drive your Titan for about 15 minutes while going at least 15 MPH. After the system has had a chance to sense the tire pressure is correct the TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system) resets and the 'Low Tire Pressure' light should go off.


If it doesn't go off, check your pressure again. If it dropped you have a leak and n doesn't eed to get the tire replaced or repaired.


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This means you have air pressure monitors on your tire rims. Inside the wheel. It can be any tire that is low.

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That yellow horse shoe is a bad picture of a tire with low air pressure. Check the air pressure on all the tires make sure the pressure matches the required amount posted on the tire. ex. PSI 35.

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SOURCE: warning light on dashboard

Hi There! This is the tire pressure monitor letting you know that one of the tires is low on air. Thanks

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SOURCE: dashboard light on in the shape of a horseshoe

Possable tire pressure issue.

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It should be the tire pressure warning light.. check your tires

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SOURCE: sort of horseshoe shape exclamation mark in middle

its the tyre pressure monitoring system...check for a deflated tyre

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You have problem with the tire pressure. The nissan pathfinde have a TIME PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS) That means: This systems monitoring the pressure warning light iluminates, check the tire pressure in all four tires. Adjust the low pressure to the recommended cold tire pressure shown on theTire and Loading Information label located in the driver's door opening. After the pressure are adjusted, the vehicle will need to be driven at speed above 16 MPH (25 km/h) to activate the TPMS and turn off the low pressure warning light.

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