Question about 2007 Kia Sedona LX Minivan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: TPMS not working properly
Take the truck to a tire shop that carries a nitrogen machine ,and let all the air out of tires and get them to fill them with nitrogen. this should take care of that problem.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
As far as the tpms and aftermarket wheels, all you have to do is when you replace the wheels, take the sensors out of your rims and transfer them into the new ones. Make sure they put the driver front to the new driver front, or they will have to be reset, which a year ago when i did tires was pretty expensive. GM and most other vehicles that i've worked on (besides Ford) have a "Direct TPMS" which is the sensor inside the tire. It is actually attached to the valve stem on the inside. They can be swapped out easily. But if you decide to leave them out of the new rims and just put regular shrader valve stems in them, there wouldn't be anything messed up, you'd just have a tpms light on the dash lit up all the time.
Good luck and keep em posted.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
Same thing happened to my 2006 T&C when the weather turned cold. I found that the recommended tire pressure was 36 lbs/sq. in. When I inflated all 4 tires to this pressure, the light went out after driving a few miles.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
It has to be done at the dealer with the handheld computer. They have to access the Body Control Module and then go around to each tire with a unit that looks like a garage door opener and hold it on the tire below each valve stem. It should only take like 15 minutes to do.
Posted on May 07, 2009
SOURCE: disable tpms
I don't know if there is a problem with your TPMS receiver (on dash board), or your TPMS sensor is disable (in four tire). If it's the receiver problem, You have to go to the dealer ship to solve the problem. If it's the sensor problem. You can go to the dealer ship to let them find which sensor or sensors are fault, And replace them by the new one then doing the reset process.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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