Question about 2006 Toyota Solara
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The light you have illuminated (the ( ! ) light) is the 'low tire pressure' light.
One or more of your tires is below the recommended inflation pressure.
What you need to do:
Check all of the tire pressures (including the spare) with an accurate tire pressure gauge. The gauges that look like a pen, and fit in your pocket, are not accurate. Get a good gauge; one with a needle display. Set the tire pressures in accordance with the tire pressures that are printed inside the driver's side door area, on a sticker. One the tire pressures are reset, the light should go out automatically on the next startup or two.
Important note: If the light came on after you just had new tires fitted, and the inflation pressure is correct, your tire shop may have damaged the sensor.
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Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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