Question about 2007 Toyota Avalon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dashboard warning lights
This is the tire pressure indicator. It may occasionally flash you are while driving. Check the overhead led console to see if any of your tires are currently low on air.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
SOURCE: drash board light
That is a low tire light. Check the air pressure in your tires and make sure they are all the same. After properly inflating the tires, consult your owners manual on how to reset the light.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
It means your handbrake is in use.Once you release the
handbrake that will disappear.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you for the information..One other question..how can I find out where the handbrake facility is...remember I do not have a owner's manual."
this is the low tire pressure warning. refer to the owners manual, make sure the tires are set to proper pressure including the spare tire.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Testimonial: "thank you I found this to be very helpful and will check my tire pressure thanks pete"
That would be your TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) light. If you set your tire pressures to the tire pressure listed on the sticker on the drivers door you should be ok. Note, you will have to drive the car more than 20mph for at least 15 seconds for the light to go out.
If the light stays on, and you just had tire(s) repaired or replaced you should return to the place that installed them and have them diagnose and repair the problem.
If you switched the rims (because you have a separate set of snow tires mounted on rims already, or have aftermarket rims now) then you might not have sensors in those rims and may have to deal with the light. The place that changed them should have told you this though.
If none of the above applies, and you put air in your tires and it didn't help, then you should turn to your local Hyundai dealer for a diagnosis. They have a special scan tool specific to Hyundai for reading that control module, it's codes, and it's live data from the tire pressure sensors. They should be able to make a fast diagnosis and get you on your way.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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This light will remain illuminated when the handbrake is engaged. Illumination after releasing the handbrake may indicate low brake fluid level (MUST CHECK THIS IMMEDIATELY AND RECTIFY).
Hope the information is useful ... be extremely careful and attend to this warning immediately if it is still on with your handbrake off and brake fluid top up!
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