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My check tire presssure warning came on twice while driving & now I have a yellow exclamation light that is staying lit on my dashboard. I have a 2010 C300

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Hi There! This is the tire pressure monitor letting you know that one of the tires is low on air. Thanks

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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its a low tire warning light, part of your tire presure warning monitor system, its telling you one of your tires is low, check all your tires, you may have a nail in one, that info should be in your owners manual

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

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It's a tire pressure warning light... One of your tires is below the recommended pressure

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You have a low tire. Toyota Solaras and other Toyotas have tire sensor monitors. Go to a gas station and check the air on all of your tires including the spare. Once you get to the recommended pressure, you should be fine.

Posted on Oct 25, 2009

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It should be letting you know that you have a tire pressure problem. If you still have the owners manual read it. It will explain what to do, what to look for and how to reset the light if need be.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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I believe the exclamation point inside the lines(which are supposed to be a tire symbol) is a low tire pressure warning indicator. Check all tire pressures, as a drop of just 10% will set the lamp off. It will take up to 5 minutes with the car running for the lamp to shut off after filling tires. Hope this helps.

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A yellow explanation point symbol on the dashboard typically applies to the Tire Pressure Monitoring system. A thick ! inside a half drawn flat tire symbol to be complete and comes in yellow color when lit. Under normal vehicle set-up, if this indicator stays lit after the power-on selftest, you need to check your tires for any uneven pressures and adjust their pressures to correct specifications. Okay? : )

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You have a low tire. Toyota Solaras and other Toyotas have tire sensor monitors. Go to a gas station and check the air on all of your tires including the spare. Once you get to the recommended pressure, you should be fine.

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Hi There! This is the tire pressure monitor letting you know that one of the tires is low on air. Thanks

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Switch off tire pressure warning light


From the manual: First find the reset button, located below the handbrake (emergency brake) lever. The button has an "exclamation mark in a tyre" symbol.

Make sure the pressures in all tyres are what you want them to be. 35psi all 'round is good for sporty driving.

Engine off. Turn ignition to the second position (ON) but don't start the engine.

Keep the re-set button pressed until the flat tyre indicator light on the dashboard COMES ON for several seconds.

Start the engine, and drive the car normally for several minutes. This will re-set the indicator to whatever pressures you have in the tyres. Hope this helps!!

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