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If the ABS light goes out, and stays off you do not have an ABS issue-it is doing a self-check for that second. As for the noisy tire, you could try moving it to a different location to see if the sound moves-if so, you need a tire, if not, check your wheel bearings at that wheel.
Go to altitude view (ALTI) - may need to press 'Sensor' (top left) once, and then 'Mode' (bottom left) to display. Press and hold Mode until display starts flashing. Keep pressing Mode until the setting you want to change is flashing, then use right-hand side buttons to change. Press and hold Mode again to get out of the setting interface. The different altitude settings which you can change between using the Start/stop (top right) button: ZERO - for use when skiing or when you want to measure a relative change in altitude. ALTI - Input known measurement above sea level SEAP. - Current air pressure F.DEF - Factory reset barometer to 1013.2hPa
I had the same problem with my 2002 Altis. I found a solution after a lot of research and reading in the web.
1. Remove the power window motor from the regulator (mechanism). 2. Reconnect the power motor to the electronic controller(switches). 3. Perform "Auto Down" an wait until the motor stops. 4. Put a mark in the motor gear. 5. Perform "Manual Up" slowly until the gears rotates around 6 times but not greater than 10 times. 6. Remove the motor from the electronic controller. 7. Re-assemble whole power window assembly.