Question about 2007 Buick Lucerne CXS Sedan
I recently purchased a 2003 Park Avenue and I had a new set of tires put on this weekend. I went up one size on the tires, which I ok'ed with the tire company and now the tire pressure warning comes on the control panel. I've checked the tires and they all seem to have the correct pressure...I'm wondering how this warning light is sensing tire pressure and what I can do to remedy the warning coming on. Thanks in advance for your responses. NJ how do i set the tire pressure for each tire in dic. the tire come up but how do i adjust it in the dic/
You can also have the Bucik dealer use thier hand held computer to reset the sensors of you cant do it in the DIC.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
What may have happened is that one of the tire pressure sensors was damaged, or the system was not reset.
The tire presure sensors use radio frequency to tell the module the tires presure and location. Replacing tires can sometimes damage them. The sensor is part of the valve stem. Use the driver info buttons to go to the tire pressure / location info. If you see " -- ", then the system cannot read the tires. Tech JK
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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