Question about 2007 Volkswagen Jetta 2.5 Sedan
That is the low tire pressure warning. check and adjust all your tire pressures to the spec that is located on the door jam should be approx 33 psi 35 should work. in most cases this will fix your problem but you may have to drive it for a short while to wake sensors up after inflating to proper level.if you have a screw, nail...etc the light will come back on shortly. your tire pressures should be checked at least everytime you have your oil changed but in some cases where the ambient temp changes alot they need be checked more often.the only otherthing that would keep this light on is if a tire pressure sensor has been damaged, missing, battery dead in it or a malfunction in tpms syst. most cases adjusting you tire pressures will turn it off though.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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