Question about 2007 Suzuki Forenza
Check fuse first. as always , forever and ever..........
you need to scan it.
the scan tool will tell you which TPMS sensor is bad.
or take car to an tire store (yes, any) and the walk out with
a hand scanner, pressed to each stim, and BINGO
hey buddy, this ones .like DEAD.
air bags is another issues, it too must be PCM scanned.
Posted on Apr 28, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You probably didn't need new tires unless you had some miles on it. Remember that the spare tire also has a pressure monitor as well. It most likely is causing the low tire pressure light on the dash and only needs to be inflated back to what ever your other tires are set to. I had the same problem on my RX and took it back to the dealership where they told me since the spare is exposed to the same elements (it's under the back of the RX - you have to use the tire iron to let the spare down), it will inevidably lose air.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
check ALL tire inflation if its within the specified range. your computer wont reset if one is low or above the manufacturers specifications.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
Contrary to popular belief the indicator light does not reset itself. Once you put in the proper tire pressure in all tires including the spare you must reset the indicator light. The reset button is located on the driver side underneath the dash panel. Stick your on the break pedal, turn and look up. You will see the reset button. With th engine on and park break on,push and hold te button for 5 seconds. The indicator light will turn off and you are all set.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
The TPMS is a pain in the you know what. Have you changed tire sizes? There could be a bad sensor and may need replaced. We continually get problems all the time with the TPMS. We have reset then they reset again.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
To reset the tire pressure light you need to get the tool.
You can get the tool here on link below.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
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