The TPS light stays on even after adjusting pressure to two lbs over recommended pressure. I even tried lowering pressure and then increasing

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Asked by Nov 11, 2013 at 09:36 AM about the 2011 Ford Edge Limited AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The TPS light stays on after adjusting pressure to two lbs over recommended over. I
have even tried lowering pressure and then increasing. Any ideas?

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113,575

How do you know it is the TPS, did you get a code for it?

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29,835

I think he means tpms. Low tire light.

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You are correct kbro.Is there a way to reset?

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29,835

Two ways to reset if the light is on solid (not blinking). Set it to the recommended pressure and drive it the light should go out within a couple miles. Or the dealer has a tool that can easily reset it once put into training mode. We usually dont charge to do it it only takes a few minutes.

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