Question about 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe
I would check the tires first to make sure they are properly filled you should have around 40lbs or so keep in mind that as u drive the tires heat up which causes air to expand, and when they cool the air will shrink also check valve stems make sure they arnt leaking spray some windex on them see if u see air bubbles coming out or not. if u are low on air would recomand filling the tires up at night when its cool out air is more dense when its cool then hot will help keep your tire pressure from fluctuating as much or you can look into getting the tires filled with nitrogen. i dont think there is a way to turn that light off you can try the same way u reset the oil light on that car put key in on position press gas three or five times cant remember then start the car see if it flashes and goes off dont worry u wont flood the motor its electronic fuel injection let me know if this helped u any
Posted on May 08, 2009
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