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How do you turn off the low tire pressure sensing system on a 2003 Ford Expedition?


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2015-07-14 15:04:43
2015-07-14 15:04:43
Don't know,here's how to reset itDon't know how to turn it off, here's how to reset it.

All you need is an old transmission pan magnet (the round type with the hole in the middle) that will fit over the valve stems. Here is what you do.

First, you will need to cycle the ignition from the off position to the run position three times, ending in the run position the third time. Press and release the brake pedal, then turn the key off. Cycle the key three more times, once again ending in the on position the third time. The horn should sound briefly 1 time, and vehicles equipped with the message center will read "trian left front tire". Take your round magnet and place it over the valve stem of the left (drivers side) front tire (with the stem sticking through the hole in the center) and keep it there until the horn sounds briefly. Move to the right front tire and do the same thing, then right rear, then left rear. Once you've done that, the message center should display "tire training mode complete". Turn the key off and you're all done! I'm not sure if this works on all new Fords, but im pretty sure it works up to at least 2005. everyone out! If you have any questions just reply to this post and I'll do my best to help ya!

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