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post #1 of 7 Old 03-29-2011, 11:11 PM Thread Starter
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tire pressure light

put new wheels on, does anyone know how to get the tire pressure light to shut off
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Yeah, buy 4 tpms sensors and slap'em in your new rims.

On the serious side though, it can't be shut off. No fuse to pull or other quick solution is known.

I've got 3 spare sensors if you wanna go that route, pm me if your interested.

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that blows, i think ill just pop the light off the board then
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yeah thats all you gotta do is pop the light out

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Do you have your factory wheels? If so, you can swap sensors...my V came with steelies and I upgraded to factory alloys so I had a local shop put the sensors on the factory wheels.

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I'm currectly driving with the yellow light on... it will be fixed at my earliest convenience
I wish my car had MP3 plug or a spoiler or SL wheels, or foglights, or cruise control, or painted side skirts, or a sunroof or how about ABS instead of TPMS sensors...
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If you have TPMS sensors and the light is on, increase the tire pressure 5lbs on each tire and go for a drive. The light should go out. If it doesn't, it is time to buy a new set of sensors. I you don't have sensors but the car is equiped with TPMS get some. I don't know if you can just take out the light bulb from the cluster for the TPMS. Good luck.
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