Question about 2004 Toyota Highlander
I have a 2004 Toyota Highlander and the tire pressure warning light goes on even though all tires are at 30 psi. If I have a full size spare, do I need to check it also. If the spare does not matter are there any solutions.
If your tire pressures are all set to what they are supposed to be set at, you need to re-calibrate your tire sensors. There is a button that you must hold down for 30 seconds to re-calibrate the tires. This button is located just to the right of the parking-brake. After pressing the button for 30 seconds, the light on your dash should flash several times. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
If your tire have an electronic valve (TPMS) which means there is a sensor connected to the valve, one of these sensor are defective.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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