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How do I reset the tire pressure monitor light on a 2004 Solara?

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    How to reset tire pressue monitor on 2006 Camry solara. Tire pressue is fine

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On the lower left hand side of the dash, near the Traction control button, is a small push button. Just press and hold until the Tire Pressure light goes out. Of course, make sure you're pressure is ok, otherwise, it will just come back on in a couple minutes.

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