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How do I turn off the low tire pressure light?

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Owners manual; or may have to go to dealership.... The info starts on page 5-66 under "Tire pressure Monitor System" hope it helps.

If you cut off the radio press and hod the the tune button until tire pressure pop up then press the tune button again and it will reset.

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There are 2 ways to reset your tire light 1. turn radio off press and hold tune disp button for 10 seconds SETTINGS will appear push seek/pscan button to move through menu and 1 and 2 to move through selected menu. 2 turn key to on position(not started) pull headlight swith in and out 3 times within 10 seconds. for the first one there is a lot more than just the tire light reset

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