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How do you reset low tire pressure light on a Chevy Impala 2000?

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2006-02-21 16:42:59
2006-02-21 16:42:59

The low tire pressure is reset through the radio Turn on the ignition to the point where the lights on the dash are on but the engine is not running. Then pull out the light switch until the parking lights come on. Then press in until they go off. Do this three times and you will hear beeps in rapid sequence. Then the pressure light will go off.

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