I had four new tires put on my 2014 toyota highlander and after driving the car for about 20 minutes the tire pressure light went on and wont go off. I tried using the reset button and I took it back to the repairs shop but they could not turn it off. they said the sensors are working properly and found no other issues. Any suggestions? Thanks

Asked by Oct 31, 2016 at 04:40 PM about the 2014 Toyota Highlander LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I would suspect that you have dead batteries in the sensors. Your car may be due for new sensors which should have been installed at the time the tires were. How would they know that the sensors are working if the alarm went off? I don't think they can.

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Only 2 years old on the sensors, so that seems too soon for a failure of the sensors, if the tire dealer could not get the system to reset then your stuck with the dealer, they can read each individual sensor and then you can go from there. Did you happen to check the pressure in the spare? Hopefully the tire dealer did not damage the sensors during tire replacement.

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