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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Keep taking it back to the dealer until the fix it or give you a new car. Not that it's an immediate safety issue, it's just something that's supposed to be functioning properly. They have to address it because cars are legally required to have TPMS systems for safety. If a safety mehanism fails in your car, you can claim it is a safety issue. If you keep having problems with the TPMS light, you'll eventually ignore it. Then one day you'll have a tire going flat and you wouldn't know it.
Posted on May 18, 2008
From the manual: First find the reset button, located below the handbrake (emergency brake) lever. The button has an "exclamation mark in a tyre" symbol.
Make sure the pressures in all tyres are what you want them to be. 35psi all 'round is good for sporty driving.
Engine off. Turn ignition to the second position (ON) but don't start the engine.
Keep the re-set button pressed until the flat tyre indicator light on the dashboard COMES ON for several seconds.
Start the engine, and drive the car normally for several minutes. This will re-set the indicator to whatever pressures you have in the tyres. Hope this helps!!
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Your tire pressure is monitored by a device known as a TPMS sensor.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System is an integral part of your tire that tends to wear with age.
You need to take your vehicle to a reliable shop (I recommend Discount Tire) to have the TPMS sensor in the defective tire replaced. It's simple, and inexpensive.
I have used Discount Tire's services for almost 20 years, and have never been disappointed with their service.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
SOURCE: Tire pressure light is on
You cannot reset them,Make sure that you check the pressures in the tires. The Infiniti Tire Pressure Monitoring System is designed to trip the warning light anytime the pressure in any of the tires drops below 29 psi. At 29 psi it really won't look like the tires are low. You could have one tire at 29 or 28 causing the light to stay on all the time. Check your pressures, set at 34 or 35 to be safe, or whatever pressure the tire is recommended to be. Not all infiniti vehicles with TPMS have the display that shows the pressure in each tire. If the pressures are above 29 psi, Then there could be an issue with one or more of the sensors. If you have the tires replaced you will have to have the sensors relearned at the dealer. Tire rotations do not require the same.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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