Question about 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe
After tire rotation, reprogramming is required. 1. key on engine off, parking brake on. 2. turn park lights on and off 4 times you will hear a horn chirp twice, you are in program mode. Start at L/F tire release air for 10 seconds, wait 15 seconds until horn chirp, after chirp go to R/F tire do the same until horn chirp then R/R let air out til the chirp then L/R do the same after the L/R chirp, turn key off and you are done, note you have only 5 min. to complete. If you do not hear horn chirp at each tire, you will have to start from beginning. When complete, remember to add air to each tire, 35 psi is recommended.
Posted on Sep 24, 2014
If you are talking about your low tire pressure sensors, theres a button in the glove compartment. Press it for 5 seconds to reset the sensors.
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