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How do you reset the low tire pressure light on a 1999 alero

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Check the fuse box on the left or rihgt side of the dash there is a button that you will push and hold with the key in the ignition in the run position untill the light starts to flash that sould reset the light

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Anytime you get the Low Tire Pressure light you have to reset it. There is a panel on the driver's side of the dash, facing the door. So you have to have your door open to get to it.You are looking for the red button.

From the 1999 Alero manual:

"To reset(calibrate) the system, turn the ignition switch to ON. The RESET button is located inside the drivers side fuse panel. Press and release the RESET button.

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