Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
Change oil light came on got the oil changed later that day, the light is still on. Also Tire pressure light is still on after having both front tires replaced and pressure checked
99 pontiac, change oil light reset process... turn ignition switch to on (do not start) press the accelerater pedal to the floor and release it three times... you should hear an audible chime indicating that the light has been successfully reset. If not start over and try again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: check tire pressure light
my truck does the same thing you have to make sure the tire preesure it the truck manual is the same with the one on the tire i was filling mine to the tire speck but it wasent the same as the one in the manual make sure you check that
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
SOURCE: Check Tire Pressure Issue
i would say let the air half way out then,fill it back up...dont work take the neg off the battery term. and wait 3 min put it back on,make sure that you have radio code if you have that kind of radio,cause it resets computer quick.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
turn the key to "on" and open the fuse panel to the left of the steering wheel when drivers door is open, hold the "reset" button until the oil light on the dash starts to blink and then push it again, you should hear the chimes and then the light will go off. :-)
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
There are 4 key ignition settings: Off, Acc, On, Start Turn key to the On position, quickly press the gas pedal 3 times, then turn key clockwise to Start position and actually start the car. You'll hear it chime at you and the change oil indicator light will flash and disappear.
The tire light....Have you checked all your tires for prper air pressure? including the spare? If they all have the maunfactures recomended PSI. Remove the negitive post from the battery for 20 min. to rest puter. If that dont work you have a faulty TPMS on a tire need a new one. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
Turn the key ahead to run mode, without cranking and push gas pedal to floor and back up 3 times within 5 sec, this should reset the oil change light. as for the tire pressure light there are a couple of procedures, but ensure first that the pressures are all above 28 psi, and are the same. however, without the use of a tpms tool to communicate with the tire monitor sensors it may not reset. did you have any tires changed over, or rotated? if so the use of the tpms tool is much easier to reset the light. Probably better off bringing to a tire or mechanical shop that deals with it regularly. It is actually not that difficult, but the tool will allow you to tell if a sensor is faulty, or has a weak battery, etc.. hope this helps
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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