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How do I reset the 2007 suzuki xl7 tire pressure monitor system? The system light stays on so I adjusted all the tire pressures to 30 psi, as shown on the door sticker, and the systen shows this except for one which shows RF__.

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  • greenair Sep 17, 2008

    How do I reset the TPMS on my 2006 Suzuki XL 7 after installing new tires?

  • kasijoe Nov 19, 2008

    I don't know what to think now after reading these posts. I thought that I had a very small leak in the right front tire since after filling the tire to the pressure it was supposed to be at, it would be good for a couple of weeks until the low pressure light came back on. Funny thing for me is that the sensors seemed to be reversed since the tire system said it was the right rear tire when it really was the right front. I brought the car in for an oil change yesterday and had them check things out. They reset the tire pressure system and filled the ties to the same psi. Well, wouldn't you know that the sensors now seem to be correct, but the RF tire already says less psi than the other tires. Since other people have the same problem, I don't know what it can be. I think I'm going to bring the car into Tires Plus and have them check to see if there is a leak to satisfy my curiosity. If it doesn't, then I know it's the sensor system. Or, can it be a problem with the car that it leans too much on the right front tire?

  • Robert 4977 Mar 11, 2009

    How do I reset the 2007 suzuki xl7 tire pressure monitor system? The system light stays on so I adjusted all the tire pressures to 30 psi, as shown on the door sticker, and the systen shows this except for one which shows RF__. I tried disconnecting the negative and holding both buttons on the remote door opener?

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    removing the spare tire on a 2007 suzuki xl7

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The answer to the suzuki guys questions. Press and hold the lock and unlock buttons at the same time on your little clicker that arms the car. The blinker lights should both come on at the same time and the car should honk to. This should reset the tpms.

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The psi sensor may be going bad. but you can try to disconnect the negative battery cable for 35-40 seconds then reconnect it that should reset the system.
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