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Jul 2, 2010 - 15 posts - 9 authors
My brother just got a 2008 1500 and the TPMS light is on. The dealer ... Does any one know how to reset the TPMS so that the light will turn off? Logged .... Quote from: dragonslayer169 on July 03, 2010, 08:14:37 am. Awesome ..... I have having a TPS issue on the new Ram that is ticking me off. I plan to try ...
Dec 11, 2013 - 10 posts - 3 authors
So my low tire pressure warning goes off because it says the right front tire is low. ... It should reset, it may take a cycle or two but unless you need a new sensor it should be ok. ... It was automatic on my truck and it's a 2010.
you can reset if you do a hard
follow this procedure.
1. switch the tab off. after,
2. long press power button +
volume down key simultaneously.
3. after it shows the logo then
release the power button but
continue pressing the volume key
until the wipe or reset menu
after that you can reset/wipe it.
ASUS Xonar DX ($89.99) or HT Omega Striker ($89.99) would be great if you are on a mid budget.
check these out as well.
ASUS: Xonar DX Xonar D2/D2X Essence ST/STX
Auzentech: Forte Prelude
HT Omega: Striker Claro
Frankly, the Claro (HT Omega) and Essence ST/STX (ASUS) are the best soundcards on the market, bar none (with the Prelude not that far behind). The Striker (HT Omega) and Xonar DX (ASUS) take up the budget space check and compare all these then make a desicion based on every detail you need.
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For the Amritron 45/6975: From the "Time Telling Mode" (date/time displayed): to set the date and time: Press "reset" unit the date disappears--release; press "mode", the "hour" will flash, press "st/stp" to adjust hour; press "mode", the "minute" will flash, press "st/stp" to adjust minute; continue same sequence to adjust date; when done, press "reset"