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2006 chrysler 300 tire senor light, how do you reset?

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If it is blinking, it means there is a failure somewhere with the tire pressure system. If it is on steady, it should go off when you inflate the tires to the specified pressure. Make sure you use a reliable pressure gauge, because these sensors can be a bit stubborn. Look in the lower inside of the driver door jamb or on the door itself for the correct pressure. If this does not work, you may have a faulty tire pressure sensor.

It's best to use an accurate gauge and inflate all the tires exactly to the pressure specified on the sticker in the driver door opening. Do this with the vehicle off, then wait a minute before turning the ignition on. This will give the system a chance to reset and update the sensor readings.

Hope this helps!

Posted on Sep 29, 2010

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