Question about 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe
If you have a low tire(s) the dash notice will say "Check Tire Pressure" (I had a bout of a slow leaking tire and dealt with this very recently. Properly filling the low tire(s) will shut off this message.
The message "Service Tire Monitor" means one (or more) of the Tire Pressure Monitors are mailfunctioning. Mine just went of yesterday. I have not been to the dealer yet....but have seen on the web that people say the cost to replace one TPM is $120.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
That means a sensor has detected either a low pressure situation in one or more of your tires or it is time to replace your tires. In any case, you need to bring your vehicle to a shop, preferrably a tire specialist shop, and have them look at it.
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