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I have a 1999 buick regal and both the low tire and service engine light are on when I start the car. Both have been checked out by a mechanic and they can't seem to find anything wrong with me vehicle. What do I do?

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One of the sensors are bad on the hub bearings. Check all four hubs and you should see the wires going in. They are very expensive to replace so you may want to live with it, or go to a junk yard and pull one. You have to replace the whole hub assembly.

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The low tire light is on


  1. Check and fill all the tire to the proper PSI (usually 35 PSI)
  2. Now open the drivers door.
  3. On the side of the dash is a little access panel that pulls right off.
  4. Now you will see a little red button to reset the low tire pressure light.
  5. First turn the ignition to on (don't start the car).
  6. Now press and hold that button for 10 full seconds until the low tire light begins to blink.
  7. Now release the button and wait for the light to stop blinking.
  8. Now turn the ignition off and back on.
  9. The light will now be off.
  10. Replace the little access panel.

  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.

Regards, Tony

Jul 20, 2011 | 1999 Buick Regal

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I have a 99 Buick Regal, my low tire is staying on although tire pressure is right. Any ideas?


open the passenger side door,

There should be a little panel on the dash that covers the fuse panel.

Pull the cover off.

Turn the key to the run posistion.

Press and hold the button in the passenger side fuse panel that says RESET.

The Low tire light should flash 3 times then go out.

It will now have to go thru a re-learn procedure, which will do it's thing while you are driving around. Just make sure all the tire pressures stay at the correct level.

Jan 29, 2011 | 1999 Buick Regal

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I have a 1998 buick regal it has been recently tuned up was getting very good gas mileage and runnin well now it is burning more gasoline...no change in performance and no engine light codes


Good gas mileage on this car should be 19City 27Hwy. Gas mileage can be affected by many things. Assuming that the car has been recently tuned as you have indicated, I would: Check tire pressure first<-you'd be surprised what low tire pressure can do. Check for low oil level <-engine friction Cheap spark plugs. Let me know.

Jan 12, 2011 | 1998 Buick Regal

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My 1999 buick regal wont pass echeck. it says evap system leak (small). i had the filler neck fixed and then had my system smoked and my mechanic found no leak but the service engine light remains on. ive...


there is a leak somewhere all it takes is a pin whole to set it off had audis that did that sounds like a pain but you will have to check every line or replace them all

Oct 11, 2010 | 1999 Buick Regal

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Hew do I reset low tire sensor on My 99 Regal GS


On the passenger side open the door you should see a cover with a littel finger hole pull it off under there should be the low tire reset button. make sure all tires are at correct PSI etc turn the ignition on in the car but do not start it press and hold the reset button for 10seconds the light should flash a couple of time then go out.

Tom

Jan 16, 2010 | 1999 Buick Regal

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The low tire light is on in panel I checked all tire presure and steel apear


You need to clear the signal from the display. When it flashes low tire, is it from the same place as the trip odometer? If so, hold in button untill light turns off, or says reset

Dec 28, 2009 | 1999 Buick Regal

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Hi, 1996 buick regal custom 3.1


The most common emission system problem to set off the check engine light is a loose or defective gas cap ( always tighten cap until you hear at least two or three clicks, and try switching the cap with another one to see if it makes a difference ). The trac light is for the traction control system. Either your spinning your tires a lot or maybe a ABS wheel sensor is bad, dirty or a loose wire. The trac light might be on because of a computer error as well ( if you just bought it, make sure all tires are the same size and brand, because some systems are sensitive to different tire circumferences ).

Jul 21, 2009 | 1996 Buick Regal Olympic Gold

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My 99 buick regal 's service engine light flashes going up a hill and the car starts shaking?


the light is flashing to tell u that the engione has one or more engine cylinders misfiring, have the trouble codes tested to find out which cylinder(ws) is he problem.

Apr 30, 2009 | 1999 Buick Regal

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