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Low tire pressure light

The low tire pressure light is on (have a 2007 Toyota Highlander) have put the right amount of air in tires but the light is still on. Can you tell me where the reset button is?

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  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd May 11, 2010

    ok on the highlander , we might have to communicate , but im looking at the picture , there is a reset button located under dash about in the center of where the steering wheel would meet the dash . now the vehicle needs to be in park , emergency brake applied , key on - engine off , locate that button , looks like it will be facing down if you look under the driver side center of dash , press and hold that tire pressure warning reset switch till the light flashes 3 times at 1 second intervals . vehicle will now need to be driven at minimum of 19 MPH to complete the initialization of the skid control ECU . this isn't giong to reset by driving around the block , it will relearn soon and go out . i'm going to stop here .

    J5


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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.

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