Question about 1999 Oldsmobile Alero
Low tire pressure light on and won't reset
Turn the key to On Position. (Do not turn car on. Open driver side and open the Fuse Panel.
1.You will see RED RESET button hit it twice. (The Check Tire Pressure Light will flash.)Now
2.Now, press and hold the RESET switch again until you hear the chime sound.
3.The Tire Pressure light will remain on until you hear 5 chime sound. Until the Light disappears.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
SOURCE: low tire pressure idiot light
Your nissan also has a tire monitor on your spare tire if your spare has low pressure and the other 4 tires have correct pressure the light will stay on . after you ajust the spare also the light should go away.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Some newer Toyota vehicles have a sensor in the spare tire. Tires loose air over time naturally. I would check out the spare.
When did this TPS light start coming on?
Have you had new tires put on, or had a flat repair done before the light?
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
check the fuse box on the left or rihgt side of the dash there is a button that you will push and hold with the key in the ignition in the run position untill the light starts to flash that sould reset the light
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
open your fuse panel, and hold down the "reset" key
turn your key to on,
push the pedal three times, and on the third time hold, should hear a series of beeps, and the light should go out
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
when you open the drivers side door you need to remove a panel door that will allow you to access the fuse box locate the the red button to the left side and press it a couple of times until you see your tire light flash after it starts to flash hold it in for a couple of seconds and you will hear a chime 4 times and you light will be reset you need to have your key turned on but not running to be able to do this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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