Question about 2009 Toyota Camry
I found this picture in database, did you look in glove box? I have a tech manual for tpms, for Toyota it just says lower dash for reset switch. For the picture, there is no orientation, you can't really tell anything. The info does say all Toyota with tpms has reset button. Sorry, I'm not sure where it is located or if there is one? I can only go by what the database says.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: spare tire key 2002 super duty
Is it a factory installed lock? If it is you might be able to get one at a ford dealer. They can cut a key for door and ignition if you give them the truck's vin (you have to show proof of ownership, registration, title) I don't know if they can use the vin for the spare tire key, but if they can't, drive to a good locksmith, they should be able to make one up w/ the truck @ their store. countrycurt0
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
SOURCE: releasing the spare tire
if you look when you open the trunk right in the middle of the trunk there is a hole which your crank goes in to release the tire that is mounted under it, turn it either left or right to loosen
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
SOURCE: I cannot locate any reset
this is newly vehicle, but other models do not have a reset button is an auto reset after you star driving, if your tire press drops below 30psi it will turn lite on, so make sure your tires are inflated at 40psi also check spare tire it may have a 4 or 5 sensor system, no look......a bad sensor may be the cost, have a tire been fix lately? take it back they broke a sensor.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
SOURCE: i checked the tire pressure
Each of these has an individual sensor. If you have replaced the rims with something other than the factory rims you will have this problem. If one of those sensors has gone bad you will have this problem as well. If you haven't replaced the rims than have the sensors checked. If you have there isn't much you can do except disable the light.
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
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