How do I remove the tire pressure sign

Asked by Jul 02, 2015 at 01:00 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT1

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Do not know if you remove all the sensors on each rim will do it but to remove each sensor tire will have to be removed from rim an install a regular value stem. As far as just removing a fuse do not know but I can imagine that fuse also goes to something else. Last thing dash has to be removed to get to bulb.

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If you mean get the light off, inflate all tires to spec on drivers door, or on chassis. Them even 1 or 2 psi more. Then the light will go out

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Hey FordNut well that work even if you have a bad sensor that makes light stay on already or do the sensors have to be working for that to work ?

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Senores must be working

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No, firebird338. A faulty sensor the light will stay on. I was just going under the assumption that the OP Darlah had or has a low tire. Have a look-see at these sites. Lots of good information

http://www.moderntiredealer.com/channel/retailing/article/story/2013/10/direct-indirect-tpms-on-grand-prix.aspx

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http://www.thetpmsforum.com/showthread.php?1739-Pontiac-Grand-Prix-%282004-2006%29-TPMS-Reset-Procedure

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http://www.2carpros.com/questions/pontiac-grand-prix-2004-pontiac-grand-prix-air-pressuure-monitor

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