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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. turn the ifnition to ACC or ON and turn the radio off
2. press and hold the DISP button on the radio for at least five seconds until SETTINGS is displayed
3. press the SEEK up or down arrow to scroll through the main menu
4. Scroll until TIRE MON appears on the display
5.press the PREV or NEXT button to enter the submenu. RESET will be displayed.
6. press the DISP button to reset. A chime will be heard to verify the new setting and DONE will be displayed for one second.
7.Once the monitor has been reset, scroll until EXIT appears on the display
8.Press the DISP button to exit programming. A chime will be heard to verify exit.
The system completes the calibration process during driving
This only works if you have a RDS system on the radio.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
SOURCE: jumps when it changes gears
my guess is that it might be a mount bad and your feeling it jump in the housing of the mount. its also possible that there is a computer malfunction but its not common. my last educated guess is that there is a mechanical problem in the transmission. but it the clutches are not slipping and you don't hear any noises and the fluid is at the right level then it doesn't sound likely. its hard for me to tell exactly without me being able to be there and diagnose it. try sitting in park and holding the brake. shift from drive to reverse and back again to see if it feels like its jerking into gear. if so i would really check for a bad mount. i work a little on rear wheel drive transmissions. but don't have much experience in front wheel drive ones. but they are similar. hope this helps. texastbone
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
The battery is under the hood, just behind the passenger headlight.
There is a black bar that crosses over the battery and goes back towards strut tower. Remove this bar and the three bolts; probably a 12 or 13mm socket.
Remove the negative (black) battery cable with an 8mm socket or wrench. A 5/16" should work also.
Then remove the positive (red) cable with same socket.
Remove the battery clamp and bolt. Probably a 12mm socket with extension.
It's tight, but the battery can be removed.
Reverse instructions for installing the battery. (That includes hooking up the red battery cable first, then the black cable.)
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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