toyota 2010 camry dash board light indicators

Asked by Apr 07, 2010 at 09:15 PM about the 2010 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

what does the light indicator that looks like an upside down horseshoe with an explanation mark in the center mean?

5 Answers

155

Check tire pressure. That symbol means your tire pressure monitoring system has detected one of your tires is low

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25

Its most likely the Spare tire. Check that first, then the others you would notice those ones first

155

Can't be the spare, Camry comes with a temporary donut, not a full size, therefore no tpms on spares

110

I have a '10 Camry also and the light won't turn off. I've performed the procedure in the owners manual and it still stays on. What gives???

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65

you have to check your tiers....

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