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2007 grand prix tire pressure monitor reset

I just took my grand prix to the dealer to have them check the tire pressure system because it would indicate way off readings and indeed the pressure was way off so I adjusted all 4 tires but the indicator still tells me one of my tires is low on air. How do I reset the system because according to the dealer that needs to be done but they charge 60 dollars.

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  • jose_garcia1 Jan 29, 2009

    Since I adjusted the tire pressure, the car has been driven for many miles and problem still exist. I have yet to try disconnecting the battery at my earliest convenience. Will keep updating...

  • Anonymous May 05, 2009

    check tire pressure light came on, wont go off 97 grand prix gtp

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After you adjust the tire presuure you must drive the vehicle for a few miles then look at the gage again/ you can also disconnect battery for 15-20 minutes. Please rate my response Thank you very much

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I have a 97 GTP with the tire pressure monitor, it can be reset by pressing the yellow button under the dash at your right knee and holding it in for a few seconds. Hope this helps...

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