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I have inflated All 4 tires to 29.5 and the tire pressure yellow Sign is still on. How do I reset it on my Volkswagen Tiguan ?

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First, inflate your tires to 35 psi and see what happens. you light will go off when the correct pressure is in the tires. a good indication of tire pressure is written on the tire

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