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Gmc 2007 -----service monitor system message and low tire icon comes on when i start my truck it flashes for a while then stays on solid . i can clear it by pressing the reset the odometer comes up but the low tire icon stays. when i turn off the engine and restsart i have to hit the reset set everytime .

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    this message (service tire monitoring system) is displayed, I have tried the re-set and it keeps coming back on.

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Hi, this is indicating a low tire pressure issue. The first thing to do, is check all of the pressures, according to the list on the label of the driver door. I say check all, because, if you have had the wheels off, new tires, brakes, or rotations, the relearn may not have been done, and the tire positions, may not be as described. So check all pressures, and if 1 is low, this is the issue. If they are all good, and the light persists, you need to visit the dealer, as you may have a problem with a sensor. Good luck...Coop

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