I'm assuming that you have what is know as a "driver information center", (DIC). On page 6-44 of the owners manual they warn you to make sure that your tire pressure is good before reseting. Turn ignition switch to "Run" or on. Press the "Gauge Info" button until "Tire Pressure" appears in display. Press & hold "DIC Reset" for about five seconds. A message reporting "Tire Pressure Reset" should appear in the display. The manual recomends that if this procedure doesn't work, try it again. If that doesn't do it there could be a problem with the system. After letting go of the DIC Reset button "Tire Pressure Normal" should show up. The process is not complete. The car has to finish the job by it's self. The manual states that it can take any where from 45 to 90 minutes of drive time.
1995 Buick LeSabre how do i reset my radio
Buick does not use a reset switch.
The fuel shut off reset button is located inside the 1998 Buick LeSabre. It can be found on the firewall in the front passenger side.
I don't believe so. If you have poor/no fuel pressure chances are that your pump is bad. This is a common GM problem.
Select the tire pressure info by pressing the "gage info" button, then press and hold the reset button until the display shows that the tire pressures have been reset.
Hold reset button for about 5 seconds then it should reset.
no. you might have to reset the clock and radio.
If it is a 98 Lesabre the button is in the glove box. Simply hold it down until the light flashes on the dash. That should reset it!
You would need to disconnect the battery for at least 5 minutes. This should reset the computer system back to manufacturer settings.
power windows use auto reset circuit breakers... not fuses
the older cars u can unhook the battery for 15 minutes but with the new computers in the cars today u have to unhook them for 30 to 45 minutes then it will reset the computer
indicator can't reset
Press the reset button for about 5 secs while viewing the tire pressure.
The low tire pressure light on a 2002 Buick Century is reset by pressing the red button in the passenger fuse box. The light will return if the pressure problem is not fixed or if the leak comes back.
there is a button near the hood release. Press it for a few seconds and it will reset the tire pressure indicator alarm.
The light usually comes of when the pressure is right and equal in all tires
Change the user display mode to show the Tire Pressure Monitor. Hold SET to reset
Do you know how to look at the tire pressure indicator and oil mileage indicator? It is on the same pages as those. Click on the "reset" buttons on those pages. Curt
I worked on an 89 and what I did was unhook the negative connection to the battery and leave it off for 15 minutes. The reconnect it. You will need to fix the time and radio channels but normally the computer is reset
It will reset itself in a few miles once you have ample pressure in tire
un hook the battery and let it sit for 30 min
You will need a reset tool to reset the service indicator on the Mercedes e240. You will reset the indicator by using the buttons on the dash.
The 2002 Buick regal that I have has a reset switch behind the fuse panel on the right side of the dash board. If you open the panel there is a switch that is red and marked reset. turn the key on hold the switch for 10 seconds and the oil life should be reset. It also rests the tire low indicator.
On my 2002 I turn key to ON, but don't start, pump gas pedal 3 times, turn off key. Mark
Go to homelinks.com for the proper directions. If you're selling your car and want to reset: Press and hold the two outer HomeLink® buttons, releasing only when the HomeLink indicator light begins to flash after 20 seconds. Do not hold for longer than 30 seconds.