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The wife had the tires rotated and the computer wasn't reset. How does this reset occur? A dealer told me there is a special tool. It's not done automatically by the tire technician? Do you have to ask for it? Now I guess I have to go to a dealer and pay to have it reset? There has to be an easier way!
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This is done from the controls on the dash when in park. Check the owners manual.

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Tire preassure sensor check the tire preasure on every tire even the spare if it doesnt reset then you may have a damaged sensor very easy to do

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