Question about 2008 Nissan Rogue
The only way to reset the low tire pressure light is to fill the tires to the recommended pressure. If all of the tires on the ground are at the proper inflation remember that the spare also has a pressure sensor so you will have to check it also. If one of the tire pressure sensors is damaged from remounting a flat or otherwise it will not send a signal to the low tire pressure module.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: low tire pressure idiot light
Your nissan also has a tire monitor on your spare tire if your spare has low pressure and the other 4 tires have correct pressure the light will stay on . after you ajust the spare also the light should go away.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Reset the tire pressure warning, same as you would any service issue. Insert key in ignition, hold wrench button and min button, then start engine.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
Turn off the radio and turn the key to the on postion. push the bottom knob ( to turn the station). Hold it in intell the info comes on. in the window it will show all the things you can reset. using the arrows to the right of the knob find tire reset the push on the station knob. this will reset it. then go back to the arrows and find end. push on the knob one more time and you will be done.( you have to make sure the radio is off). I hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
If you have the silver-metal valve cores, on the rims, there is NO reset proceedure. Under the valve cores is a transmitter, which is battery powered. It sends a "yes/no" signal to the tire pressure ECM. Note that ALL 5 tires transmit to the ECM. The signal is "at or above" the specific target pressure needed, or is is below the target pressure. What to do: get a GOOD tire pressure gauge, not those cheap ones that look like pencils. Set the tire pressures to the specification, INCLUDING the spare. Your light should go out. If not, there is the possibility that one of the sensors is innoperative, and that will involve a trip to the dealership, to get it replaced under warranty. Try the tire pressure resetting, adn don't forget the spare. Get back to me if this works. Glad to help, and thanks for choosing FixYA.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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