tire sensor

Asked by Jul 31, 2009 at 10:07 AM about the 2004 Mazda RX-8 6-speed

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Any special trick to getting my tire pressure light to go off. All the pressures are right on point but it won't reset itself.

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is it solid or flashing ?

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I know the computer takes about 500miles after a sensor goes off to reset itself. 1st make sure again that all the pressure is were it needs to be. Then the next step would be to reset your computer just pull the battery cables n step on the brakes till they get hard wait 15min n put the cables back n your light should be gone. Only thing is that doing this will also reset your fuel trim configurations so your car will take some time to get used to your driving habits a again. Hope this helped.

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