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Does the key have to be on when airing tires up for the horn to notify and hazards to flash? 2016 Note.

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You haven't gotten any responses because they are not sure what you are asking.

The TPMS system will reset itself after you fill the tires to the correct pressure ( and then drive 50 miles maybe less). No notification.....the light just goes off.
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I think he might be talking about cases when some TPMSs sound horn when pumping air and tire pressure reaches correct value. Go figure...
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That is correct. Manual, 2016 Note, says that is what is supposed to occur when airing tires. Mine apparently does not. Had a tire get low and I couldn't arrive at the magic number to get the idiot light to quit flashing. Door jamb says 33#, but that didn't shut the light off.

Long story short, 30# was magic number but wouldn't quelch the dash light. Only way LR tire dash indicator extinguished is if I aired RR tire to 30# as well.

Didn't have to drive 25 mph or anything else. Dash tire indicator goes out as soon as predetermined tire pressure is attained. Only way I figured door jamb pressure of 33 is that it must mean warm tire pressure is supposed to be 33#.
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