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Low tire pressure warning

2005 Pontiac Grand Prix - Low tire pressure warning came on. I checked all tires and they were a little low. Put 38 psi in each tire and warning still is on. How do you reset this warning?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    did y check the spare? it can also set the warning.



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Drive car 10-15 mile let the computer re-calibrate. Make sure ALL tires are set to spec and checked with a hand held tire gauge. On RE- START afr the drive it " should turn off ". If it still remains on, suspect s faulty sensor in 1 of 4 wheels. Hope this helps

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Look under the steering wheel~way up under the dash there is on some Pontiacs a reset button. It is usually yellow. If this does not work you can try disconnecting the battery to clear the ECM.

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Most pontiac grand prix are equipted with a tire calabrater.. with this system the car recognises your tires losing air even to the .014 degree to reset this reach up under the steering consol and there sould be a yellow button to recalibrate the tire pressure.. make sure ALL tires are at desired infflation before hiting this button

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