Question about Toyota Sequoia
You have a defective or lazy sensor in one of the tires. You can try letting out as much air as possible in each tire, then refill each tire,checking the pressure with a gauge of course. This may reset the TPM (tire pressure monitor sensor)
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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