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Where is the reset button, on my 2006 vibe, to reset the tire pressure indicator light?

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There isn't one it resets on its own. If its not reseting you have a bad pressure sensor on one of the wheels.

Posted on Nov 12, 2010

  • Wanderman Jun 11, 2011

    Yes there is a reset button. On the dashboard left of steering wheel. There are no pressure sensors in the wheels. Read the manual. Indirect sensing occurs at the differential. When left and right wheels rotate at different rates on average, it infers a loss of pressure in one wheel relative to the other. A lower pressure tire spins faster because the diameter becomes smaller.

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