My low tire pressure light is on, but there is plenty of air in them, how do i turn it off?

Asked by Jan 27, 2013 at 07:28 PM about the 2001 Oldsmobile Alero GL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Your owners manual will have directions on how to reset or reasign locations if you rotate your tires

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The sensor inside the tire has a low battery. Tire shop

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The Alero's and Grand Am's don't have in tire sensors. They used the wheel speed sensors. Check out GAOwnersClub.com for instructions to deactivate the system.

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you reset it by a rest button the button is on the left side of the dash remove the cover and there is a red reset button press once and then press again and the tire lite will flash hold the reset button until it stops flashing and goes out and then the sensors are reseted

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by the way make sure the tire pressures are at the right setting before resetting

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Turn the ignition switch to the on position not the start position. Press the reset button once to make the oil light flash twice to make the tire indicator flash. Then hold down the reset button until it beeps 4 times . And then release the button .

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What position to have key on when resetting low tire pressure light

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