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My wife was driving yesterday in our 04, and a loud beeping sound startled her :crikey: , it was then accompanied by a light on the dash. She figured out it was the low tire pressure signal. I checked the tires when i got home and found 1 of them to have about 26lbs of air, while the others all had about 36lbs. Makes sense why the sensor went off. I filled the tire to 36lbs, and after starting the car and driving it around the block, the sensor light did not go off. Is there a trick to gettting the light to go off? :clueless:
 

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My wife was driving yesterday in our 04, and a loud beeping sound startled her :crikey: , it was then accompanied by a light on the dash. She figured out it was the low tire pressure signal. I checked the tires when i got home and found 1 of them to have about 26lbs of air, while the others all had about 36lbs. Makes sense why the sensor went off. I filled the tire to 36lbs, and after starting the car and driving it around the block, the sensor light did not go off. Is there a trick to gettting the light to go off? :clueless:
It will go off automatically after a short time, like a couple minutes. ;) :chillpill
 

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I did a post on this a while back. What i did was test my tire pressure sensors one at a time after changing to aftermarket wheels. I released the air on each tire and when it dropped below 28psi the light came on. I immediately put the pressure back up before going to the next tire and the light went off after filling the tire back up and I didn't even drive it. It just idled through the whole process.
 

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Still no luck. The light is still on, and i have checked the tire pressure 4 times. I think something else may be wrong with the sensor. I'll be taking it to the dealership this week.
 

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My wife was driving yesterday in our 04, and a loud beeping sound startled her :crikey: , it was then accompanied by a light on the dash. She figured out it was the low tire pressure signal. I checked the tires when i got home and found 1 of them to have about 26lbs of air, while the others all had about 36lbs. Makes sense why the sensor went off. I filled the tire to 36lbs, and after starting the car and driving it around the block, the sensor light did not go off. Is there a trick to gettting the light to go off? :clueless:
I took a nail during a road trip (slow leak)The sensors are designed to go off below 28 psi. To make the light go off, the owners manual states that all tires be inflated to 35 (I think that's the magic number) when the tires are cold. Light should go out after about 10 minutes of driving.
 
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