Low spare fault in a 2005 Jeep Liberty, tire is at rated pressure.
I changed out a tire pressure sensor in my spare tire and put it on the right rear wheel. I removed the right rear and put it in place of the spare. Now I show a Low spare fault. Its a 2005 Jeep Liberty.
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Check all the tires with a pressure gauge and fill each tire to 33 PSI when cold (not right after driving). Also, if the light does not go off after you perform this procedure, then you will have to check and fill the spare tire to 33 psi to get the engine to shut off. Most Jeeps don't have a sensor on the spare, but I thought I would mention it.
the air pressure in the spare tire is low add air to proper pressure and it will reset itself spare pressure low the perform service could also be for tire but check owners manual for reset service reminders or have scanned at an auto store sum,such as auto zone / advanced auto do it for free and can reset the code via scanner
That is the tire pressure sensor light. It will come on if one or more of the tires are over-inflated or under-inflated. It will also come on if there is a signal problem with one or more of the sensors.
this indicator is telling u that u have low tire pressure, each wheel has a tire pressure monitor including the spare, air up the tires and the spare to the spec on the driver door frame or door itself. if u want an owners manual fee download go to the link below. http://www.jeep.com/en/owners/manuals/index.html