Question about 2002 Chrysler 300M
He i have a 2002 CHRYSLER 300m i put air in the tires and my computer inside does not read the same as the air gadge so i tried to reset it and it says training left front tire and then it will say training aborted how do i train my tire sensors?
Hi jess26, you should have a round magnet in your spare tire well. use the computer to train your sensors - it will tell you which wheel valve stem to put the magnet over - when horn honks move on to next one - last one is the spare. computer will tell you if all are re-trained. works good - have done it several times ...real easy Lotus26
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
Heres what you do dont try to use the reset computer. the computer will reset it self. just make sure that when you put air in your tires the car is level... then using your tire guage bleed out each tire to 25 psi...now....pump your tires back up to 33psi each. i like to put in 33psi becouse when the tires heat up.. hot air expands so it should read 35psi to 36psi and thats ok.the computer will re set on is own after you,ve driven it around for a while.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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