Question about 2003 Toyota Sienna
Abs and tire pressure lights on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tire pressure light
On the lower left hand side of the dash, near the Traction control button, is a small push button. Just press and hold until the Tire Pressure light goes out. Of course, make sure you're pressure is ok, otherwise, it will just come back on in a couple minutes.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Some newer Toyota vehicles have a sensor in the spare tire. Tires loose air over time naturally. I would check out the spare.
When did this TPS light start coming on?
Have you had new tires put on, or had a flat repair done before the light?
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
You can reset the TPMS system on your Toyota Highlander. There are instructions in the owner's manual on how to do so. However, resetting the system without checking the cold-air inflation of the tires is not necessarily solving the problem. The recommended tire pressure inflation sticker is located on the driver-side door frame. On the Highlander, it calls for 30 pounds per square inch (psi) of tire pressure per tire, including the full-sized spare. If the Highlander had a donut spare tire, it will not have a TPMS sensor and subsequently will not effect the TPMS system one way or the other. To reset the TPMS system in the Highlander, there is a reset button under the driver-side dashboard that needs to be held for a period of time (a few seconds) while the ignition key is in the "key-on/engine-off" mode. The TPMS warning light will blink rapidly for a few more seconds, and the system will reset itself. Refer to the manual for the exact procedure. If the TPMS warning light reoccurs, have the system or tires checked by a professional. Good luck and hope this helps, keep me posted. Be glad to help.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
Sounds like they did not swap over your tire pressure monitoring sensors. They probably just used regular rubber valve stems. I would call and ask whoever put them on.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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