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Tire Pressure Sensor

Were on a 1997 pontiac grand prix is the tire pressure sensor, I think it is bad and needs to be replaced.

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There is a yellow button under the dash. Push it, and the light will go out and reset the senser....whwere is the sensor? Good question....1997 GP is garbage!

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I need to know the correct PSI for cold tires for this vehicle. My check tire pressure sign is showing up on my dash board. 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix. Thank you.


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Look under the steering wheel~way up under the dash there is on some Pontiacs a reset button. It is usually yellow. If this does not work you can try disconnecting the battery to clear the ECM.

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check tire pressures with a gauge and set to the specs either in door jam or in glove box. your car must be equipt with tire preasure monitoring system so the sensors are inside the wheel normally part of the valvestem.

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try turn key on on do not start press lock and unlock at same time to put into learn mode for tps monitors adjust tire pressures left front right front right rear left rear in order.

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I have a 97 Grand Prix. It has a yellow button under the dash to the right of the steering column that must be held in when the ignition is turned on to re- calibrate the tire pressure sensor system.

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There is either a yellow button under the dash to the right of the steering column or possibly one in the fuse box. Check your manual and it will tell you for sure. If you still can't find this button, another option is to disconnect the battery and that should do it.

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