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New sensor to replace broken stem, now warning light won't tirn off

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Reset tire pressure warning light on


The thing is you can take of the sensor off they have a sensor on all the tires even the spare and If you won to take it off you look at the tire and behind the tire is a box and when you open that box there is a fuse inside of it you take the fuse out and that will make the sensor quit but you would need to do it for all the tires even the spare

Sep 16, 2013 | 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan

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How to turn of tire lite that looks like an


Check your tire pressure, and adjust as necessary first.

Next, have you changed anything having to do with the rims/tires/valve stems? The valve stems mounted in your factory rims have a tire pressure monitoring sensor/transmitter mounted on the inside. The valve stem itself is the antenna for the transmitter. If you have had the valve stems, valve cores, or even the valve caps replaced, that can cause a fault in the system.

Also if you used a canned flat repair like 'Fix-A-Flat', that could be clogging the sensor. I don't recommend using fix-a-flat on tires with TPMS, but if you're in a jam, sometimes you have to.

If you had the tires changed, the shop has to be careful when mounting and dismounting the tires. The sensors are easy to damage with tire tools.

In order to reset the TPMS, there is a small button either in the glove compartment, or under the steering wheel. Turn the ignition to the 'on' position without starting the engine. Press and hold the button for approximately three seconds. The light will begin flashing. Release the button and wait at least 7 seconds for the system to relearn the sensors. Then turn the key to the 'off' position. Start the engine, and check that the light turns off after about a second.

If the light still stays on, you need to have the TPMS serviced by a qualified mechanic. This should be either a Toyota dealer, or a shop that uses the appropriate TPMS testing equipment.

Good luck, I hope this helped!

Feb 24, 2010 | 2009 Toyota Corolla

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Hi i have a 04 mountaineer just got it i turned the ignion on and a low tire presure pop up what should i do


have the tires checked out. or have the computerized valve stems checked out. aluminum rims are known to leak.

Feb 13, 2010 | 2004 Mercury Mountaineer

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How do i turn off the low tire pressure warning light? I changed the flat tire.


The low tire pressure light gets a signal from each tire's (including the spare) sending unit in the valve stem. If all five of the tires are reinflated to the proper pressure the light will shut its self off. If the sensor was damaged when the tire was replaced it should be replaced with a new one.

Nov 05, 2009 | 2005 Toyota Camry Solara

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How do you clear a low tire pressure warning on a 2004 yukon


Have you driven the vehicle over 45 mph.? If not, drive 5 miles above 45mph and the light will reset.
You can also clear clear pressure reading by reseting through the DIC, mode and set buttons.
Owners manual will explain use of the DIC ( Driver Information Center)
Good luck, let me know.
Regards,

Apr 18, 2009 | 2004 GMC Yukon

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I need to reset my tire warning light and the service needed light. How do I do this???


Your tires have pressure/temp sensors in them. Even the spare tire. Set them all at 35lbs. Most times people forget about the spare and it keeps the light on. Turn the key on and wait about 2 mins. The light should go out. Some Sequoias have a reset button under the steering wheel on the bottom of the dash. This sets the low pressure threshold and only needs to be reset if memory was scrambled somehow. Rare so don't worry about that now. If the light blinks on startup its possible you have a bad sensor in one of the tires and will need to checked at the dealer.
The MAINT light is reset with the little stem button you use to change the odometer from odo to trip 1 or 2. Set it to odo and turn the truck off. Push and hold the button while turning the key to on. The display will show -------------- Keep holding it until it changes to 0000000. The its reset for another 5k miles.


Apr 13, 2009 | 2006 Toyota Sequoia

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It's also a good idea to reset the tire pressure sensors when you air up the tires. If I remember correctly, you click the odometer/trip meter switch until it flashes TIRE RESET (or something similar) then press the button and hold it for a few seconds. That way it sets itself to the pressure in the tires at the moment, and if it notices a pressure drop it puts up a warning.

Sep 01, 2008 | 2005 Ford Freestar

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Buick Park Avenue - Low Tire Pressure Warning


What may have happened is that one of the tire pressure sensors was damaged, or the system was not reset.
The tire presure sensors use radio frequency to tell the module the tires presure and location. Replacing tires can sometimes damage them. The sensor is part of the valve stem. Use the driver info buttons to go to the tire pressure / location info. If you see " -- ", then the system cannot read the tires. Tech JK

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