How to reset the tire pressure light (!) on the dash of a Toyota Camry XLE 2009?


Asked by Apr 22, 2011 at 09:55 AM about the 2009 Toyota Camry XLE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can someone please walk me thu resetting the tire light on the dash manually?

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With ignition off, adjust all 5 tires to correct pressure when cold. Turn ignition on, but do not start. Open glove box, and to the left of the glove box, hidden down under a little lip, is a reset button. Press and hold the button until the TPMS light blinks slowly 3 times. Release reset button and turn inition off. Start engine and drive vehicle until light goes out. This procedure may have to be followed whenever tires are rotated.

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Is it the same for an '07 Camry as well? And does it work for all warning lights? Thanks.

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my car only has 4 tires

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No spare?

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Hello, I just recently purchased a used 2014 Camry SE (26,000 Miles). Later driving it home the low tire light came on. I filled all four tires to 35PSI, per specifications in door jam, but the light still remains on. Is there a way to check to see if the sensor is malfunctioning or resting it myself?

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2007 Camry CE with no reset button in the glove box, how to reset TPMS light? please advice

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