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Re: Low tire pressure indicator on 2007 Ford Ranger
The last time I had a flat the tire pressure monitor came on a little too late. once the tire was replaced and brought up to pressure it reset itself. check your spare tire. have the tire that was repaired still has the module on the rim. they may have given you a different rim
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If all tires are properly inflated you have a bad tire pressure monitor. It is connected to the valve stem inside of the wheel. Need to go to tire store or repair center that has a tire pressure monitor scan tool. It will tell which sensor needs to be replaced.
definetly tire prssure low light. you can reset it by scrolling through the mileage and trip meter once you get to the screen for the tire preesure monitor hold the button down till it flashes and it will reset. make sure you check all your tire pressures first.
Hi, I also own a 2007 Ford Ranger. That's the TPMS light. It's telling you the tire pressure is low. Check the tire pressure and if make sure it's where it needs to be (there's a sticker in the door jamb that tells you what the tire pressure should be set to.
Veve713: You probably didn't need new tires unless you had some miles on it. Remember that the spare tire also has a pressure monitor as well. It most likely is causing the low tire pressure light on the dash and only needs to be inflated back to what ever your other tires are set to. I had the same problem on my RX and took it back to the dealership where they told me since the spare is exposed to the same elements (it's under the back of the RX - you have to use the tire iron to let the spare down), it will inevidably lose air.