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Hi. Make sure that all tires are properly inflated based on the requirement. turn the key to on with the radio off. press and hold the DISP button on the radio for 5+ sec. until SETTINGS is displayed. Press the Prev or Next button to scroll. Press seek until Tire Mon appears on display. press next and RESET will show on display. Press the DISP button and Done will show on display.

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