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Tire pressure light is on how do you reset it for 2004 Chrysler Pacifica

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    I have the same problem. dealers tell me it can't be done.

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Should reset itself after you put air in, tho it might take a few minutes before it notices you have done that.

Posted on Sep 08, 2010

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SOURCE: 2004 chrysler pacifica service tire system light

Make sure that your tire pressure sensors were not damaged. one simple way to check what tire sensor is causing the problem is to lower each tire individually and check to see if the message displays to a different tire or more than 1, depending on the TPM system your pacifica has. Chrysler has a TPM (tire pressure monitor) tester which can check each individual sensor for correct operation. and the sensor's batteries have typically a 5-7 year life span.

Posted on Feb 19, 2011

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Once all the tires are properly inflated you need to drive the vehicle for 5 to 10 minutes continuously at speeds of more than 20mph. In other words head out onto the highway for 5 to 10 minutes and it should go off.

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SOURCE: How to reset low tire

When you put the right pressure in all four tires the light will go out automatically, if not, then you may have a problem with with one of the tire pressure monitors inside on of the wheels.

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Make sure that your tire pressure sensors were not damaged. one simple way to check what tire sensor is causing the problem is to lower each tire individually and check to see if the message displays to a different tire or more than 1, depending on the TPM system your pacifica has. Chrysler has a TPM (tire pressure monitor) tester which can check each individual sensor for correct operation. and the sensor's batteries have typically a 5-7 year life span.

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Check air pressure in all tires sometimes 2 pounds of pressure difference will set it off and sometimes it takes 8 pounds. If a sensor goes out and you know which one it is pick up a new sensor at Advanced auto for 42 dollars and put it together with the one screw and go to Walmart and they will install it for 10 dollars.The sensors have batteries in them and they only last so long if it has been over five years and one goes out replace them all. The car will learn the new sensors in a few miles so just drive until the light goes out12_2_2011_4_02_28_pm.gif

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If all the sensors retrained, you either still have low tire pressure, or the computer which reads the sensors needs to be reprogrammed with a different tire pressure threshold.

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