Question about 2005 Cadillac Escalade
You may have a bad wheel sensor, try it one more time, scroll to tire pressure setting then go to driverside front wheel and you let air out until horn chrips then move to right front tire and let air out until horn chrips then go to rt rear and let air out until horn chrips then left rear and let the air out until horn chirps, then turn off ignition and set all four tire pressures, then start and tire a few feet they should all be set, take note when horn chrips telling you that its in tire pressure setting mode you have limited time so make sure you have all the valve caps off and something to release air, when letting the air out it may take up to a min to get the horn to sound for confirmation or the tire, but once the last tire is confirmed then key is turn off and you have time to set all tire but try to do it within 10 min, hope this helps,
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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