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.
turn the parking lights on and off 3 times
disconnect your battery and then reconnect. The light should reset and turn off.
Just disconnect the negative cable from your battery for a good ten to fifteen minutes so that the main does itself a reset.
Use an OBD scan tool to reset or disconnect the battery
go to auto zone they will do it for you
! If you want to turn it off turn the radio off and hold the DISP button for 10 seconds, this activates the setup menu. Scroll through until you see Tire Pressure and reset it. The car does not come with an active tire pressure management system, when it detects low pressure you will HAVE to reset the light.
The ABS light is on because there is a problem with the system. Until the problem is fixed the light will remain on. Once the problem is fixed the light will reset itself.
press the CHECKMARK after choosing the OIL PRESSURE option in the menu
There is no reset.
The abs light is on because you have a problem with the abs system. The light will remain on until the problem is fixed. Once the problem is fixed the light will reset itself.
You should be able to reset the low coolant light by the parking light switch 3 times on and off somewhat quickly should do it
With engine off. Turn key to on. Press accelerator fully three times. This should reset light.
There is not a reset switch.
It will reset itself while driving if pressure in spec and sensor itself is not bad
I have a 2004 Impala SS. I currently have a aftermarket deck, the only other way to turn off the low tire pressure light is either 1) bringing it into the dealer, or 2) turn your key to the accessories position, turn your lights on and off three to five times, and it should have shut off your low tire pressure light.
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Take it to your Dealer for repairs. It could be any number of sensors or the contacts in the column.
Chevrolet does not use inertia/reset switches.
Listed in detail in your owner's manual. Don't have one then you need to get one.
With the key turned on ( not started ), click your parking lights on 3 times
Turn off the radio so that you can hear the chime/beap that the system makes when the tire pressure light is reset. In order to turn off the low tire pressure light on a 2001 Chevy Impala, you pull back on the headlight knob three times - out and in, out and in, out and in. At that time, you will hear a chime or beap. On mine, for whatever reason, sometimes it does not work the first time, and I have to do it again, but by the second time, it always works.
There is not a reset switch.
only way to reset it is to fill the tires with the proper amount of air. they all need to be within 1.12psi of each other
Either try disconnecting thebattery for about 10 mins. or have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
Take it to the dealer