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I have a 2009 Toyota Sienna. The low tire pressure light came on, so I inflated all tires to specs: 35 in each on board, and 60 in the spare. The light is still on; not flashing, just ON. Can you help?

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You have to reset the light, look in owners manual for instructions

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No car defect - there is a normal amount of wear on your tires after 10K miles, and
one (or more) of the tires are starting to leak air just a little bit - which after 1.5 years and
10K miles is entirely expected.
What's happening is that the TPMS (Tire Pressure Management System) sensors (one in each tire)
are sending info to the car's computer telling it that there is low air in at least one tire.
To the TPMS, "low air" means a drop in air pressure of just a few percent (set by the
manufacturer). A drop in pressure in just one tire will light the dashboard light.
The spare (temporary) tire is not monitored by the TPMS, and typically carries a pressure
of 60 PSI.
According to http://www.safercar.gov (NHTSA), a normal tire will lose as much as 1.5 PSI
per month as air escapes the tire and rim naturally.
The 2009 Toyota Venza utilizes the "direct" TPMS system (as opposed to the indirect), which is
explained by the Wikipedia article at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TPMS

If you or dealer suspect the TPMS sensor(s) in one or more tires, they can be purchased on the aftermarket from sites like www.rockauto.com, www.carpartsdiscount.com, et.al. After the new TPMS sensor(s) are installed,
you (or your garage),must re-teach the TPMS system its new sensors using the following procedure: (1) let the car sit stationary on its wheels (not lifted) for at least 20 minutes, then
test drive the car for at least 10 minutes at a continuous speed of 15 MPH or greater. During the
test drive, the TPMS dashboard light should go out.

For 2009 Toyota Venza recalls, visit
http://www.autorecalls.us/aut-03/recalls/2009/toyota/venza/index.html

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What does the ! on the dash indicate?


Hello. Welcome to FixYa. Please allow us to assist you.

The ( ! ) icon is your Low TIre Pressure warning indicator

This indicates that you have a tire (or tires) that are not at the recommended inflation pressure.

All you have to do is get the tire pressures adjusted to the factory specs, which are printed inside the driver side door opening area

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Hello. Welcome to FIxYa. Please allow us to assist you.

The ( ! ) light is your Low TIre Pressure warning light. This indicates that you have a low tire, or combination of tires that are not at the factory specified inflation presure..

We would recommend that you get the tire pressures inflated to the factory specs; the specs are on the driver side door opening area

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Where is reset button and how do you do it to reset the tire pressure light after putting air in tireson a toyota corolla 2009


light should auto reset dont forget to check spare--and dont over inflate sets off sensor also

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sorry no quick fix ,fault with electrics ,encrypted software dealer only

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The light that you speak of is the Low Tire Pressure warning light. This light comes on if your tire pressures are not at the right pressure. Inflate the tires, and the light should go out.

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What does it mean when you reset the low tire sensor on a 2002 toyota Sienna and comes back on? The tire pressure has been checked and its fine.


You have to "Teach" the tire sensors to the correct pressure. The 02 Sienna does not measure the actual PSI tire pressures, it measures the RPM of the tires. with the tires set to specs, the rotation RPM is "x". If a tire goes low, the rotation RPM would bt "y", and that will light the light.

The proceedure: Set the tires to specs with a known good pressure gauge. The ones that you can put in your pocket, that looks like a pen, are alway sincorrect. Get one with a needle reading. Set the tires correctly. Now, press the reset button, hold it until the light blinks 3 times. Drop it into gear, and DRIVE IT. 8-12 miles, above 19 MPH, and UNDER 61 MPH. This will re-teach the ABS computer the correct values.

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That symbol is the low tire pressure light. You have a tire that is right at the minimum threshold. The light goes off as the tire temperature rises, and, as the temp rises, the internal air pressure also rises slightly. Just check the tires with a good pressure gauge, inflate them to the specs printed on the tag inside your driver's side door, and you will be just fine.

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2004 toyota sienna warning lights


That symbol is the low tire pressure light. You have a tire that is right at the minimum threshold. The light goes off as the tire temperature rises, and, as the temp rises, the internal air pressure also rises slightly. Just check the tires with a good pressure gauge, inflate them to the specs printed on the tag inside your driver's side door, and you will be just fine.

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A FixYa rating (4 blue diamonds) would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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