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How much will a new tire pressure sensor cost for an 07 Frontier. my light doesnt go off even though the tires are at 35psi. Sometimes it even blinks

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If purchased at the dealer, an arm and a leg. look to buy at ebay or amazon. there easy to install.

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2007 Nissan Frontier TPMS


tpms sensors have small battery inside rim which last 5-7 years then tpms all need to be replaced with new ones could cost between $50-$100 per wheel as tires have to be opened to access tpms.

May 20, 2014 | 2007 Nissan Frontier SE Crew Cab

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My 06 nissan frontier with flat tire light on even all tire are 35psi or more .


Step 1:

You could have a bad tpms sensor in one of the tires here's how to check it

Step 2:

Reading TPMS codes and clearing them
There is a simple procedure to perform a self diagnostic and clear the codes.

1) Turn IGN switch to ON.
2) Locate the TPMS warning check connector. It is a single loose wire with a connector located under the dash next to the steering column. It may be bundled with the OBDII diagnostic connector.
3) Using a suitable piece of bare wire inserted into the connector (a paperclip will do), momentarily ground the wire to the chassis.

NOTE: If you are uncomfortable doing this, then don't. You could damage your vehicle if the wrong wire is grounded.

Step 3:

4) The TPMS low tire pressure warning light will blink error codes as follows:

5sec. ON - 5sec. OFF
Long (1 sec) blink = First digit (2 blinks = 2)
Short (0.2 sec) blink = Second digit (ie 3 short blinks = 3)

There is a 2 second pause between multiple codes.The cycle will keep repeating starting with 5sec. ON

Codes:

15 - Front LH tire pressure drops to 26 psi or less.
16 - Front RH tire pressure drops to 26 psi or less.
17 - Rear RH tire pressure drops to 26 psi or less.
18 - Rear LH tire pressure drops to 26 psi or less.
21 - Data from front LH transmitter can not be receive.
22 - Data from front RH transmitter can not be receive.
23 - Data from Rear RH transmitter can not be receive.
24 - Data from Rear LH transmitter can not be receive.
31 - Checksum data from front LH transmitter is malfunctioning.
32 - Checksum data from front RH transmitter is malfunctioning.
33 - Checksum data from rear RH transmitter is malfunctioning.
34 - Checksum data from rear RH transmitter is malfunctioning.

5 short blinks - System is OK.

5) To clear the codes, turn the ignition OFF.

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What does it mean when the explanation point on the dash is lighting up?


This is the check tire pressure light. you either have a low tire pressure or bad sensors. check all tire pressure first with a guage. turn off car and restart it and drive around the block. if this doesnt fix it some Toyota sensors have a problem where if the tires are under 35psi the light eventually comes on, even if their recommended pressure is 30.

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My tire pressure light is on almost all of the time. I have had the air pressure in the tires checked frequently. The pressure is good, but, sometimes the light goes off and sometimes it just stays on. It...


This is a common issue on all vehicles that have the TPS monitoring system. What you have is a bad sensor in one or more of the tires, or the system needs to be calibrated. If you take the car to Nissan they can correct the issue. I had the same issue with my 05 Frontier.

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I put air into my two front tires last night. THen my "check right rear tire pressure message comes on when I start the vehicle and the pressure reads 53 lbs even though a manual rire gauge shows 32...


Two things, first try another tire guage, second the sensor is bad. these can cost up to $80.00.
Replace the sensor or ignore the light and keep check on the tire pressure.
Randy

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2010 Toyota Yaris with 6,000 miles. The indictor light is on in the instrument cluster that looks like an exclamation point inside of parentheses. What could be the problem?


This is the check tire pressure light. you either have a low tire or bad sensors. Toyota sensors have a problem where if the tires are under 35psi the light eventually comes on, even if their recommended pressure is 30. The spares on the suvs may also have a sensor.

Hope helps (remember to rate this).

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ABS Traction off and Brake , tire pressure lights are all on on 2001 Buick LaSabre


Good Evening. Your antilock brake system when it has an error or problem will give an error code to the ABS computer, and will also turn on your traction off and brake light. The easiest way to diagnose the problem is contact a local repair garage and see if you can have them scan and read the codes, in most cases it ends up being a hub assembly or low brake fluid (which is something i would check first). However it could be more than that and it is more cost effective to know what is wrong from the code stored in the system. As far as your low tire pressure light that can be reset on your dash by pushing gauge/info until tire pressure comes up and then holding reset until it says reset. There are sensors in your wheels and sometimes fail. Be sure that your tires are all 32-35psi your tires will say on the side as far as recommended psi and if the problem continues your local tire dealer/installers have equipment to check and diagnose these sensors. I hope this helps and you have a good evening.

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TPMS not working properly


Take the truck to a tire shop that carries a nitrogen machine ,and let all the air out of tires and get them to fill them with nitrogen. this should take care of that problem.

Mar 12, 2009 | 2007 Nissan Frontier SE Crew Cab

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Tire pressure sensor fault goes on while driving


Tire pressure always changes...
when you drive your vehicle for a long period of time the tires' temperature goes up along with the
pressure in your tires, the molecules in the air inside your tires get excited (hot)
when your vehicle is immobile for a while your tires' temperature goes down along with the
pressure in your tires, the molecules in the air inside your tires get compacted (cold)
This is the best time to get a true PSI reading from your tires....
the recommended tire pressure on most tires should be set at 35PSI
But there might be a problem with your sensors, I work with TOYOTA their sensors are set up to
where when the PSI on your tires drops below the 35PSI, the tire pressure light would then
come on.
You should also check if your spare tire comes equipped with pressure sensors, which in most cases
they do, depending on the type of tire the PSI on spare tires will usually range from 35PSI- 80PSI
you can check your owners manual for this, or simply read the recommended PSI written on the
tire.

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How do I keep the tire warning light from coming on during travel? 2006 nissan frontier king cab LE


make sure all your tire pressures are above 35psi. the light will come on if your tires are below 28 psi. check all your tires for tire pressure. if pressures are low, add air and drive truck at 35+mph for about 1 mile and the light will go out unless you have a sensor problem, but fotha the light will be flashing. so to sum it up, check your tirpressures and make sure, that you have 35 psi in all 4 tires.

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