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Tire pressure sensors


Does anyone know how to disable the system on a 2007 Chevy truck. It is constantly saying low pressure and the tires are @ 80 PSI.

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Re: Tire pressure sensors


not sure urs is the same as a 2009 but to reset mine u hold down tunner with the motor off and the ignition on till it pulls up a diagnostic menu scrool down and select reset tmps or somthin like that...i dont know how or if ya can disable it the manuel im lookin at says nothin about it

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Thanks Wev, I will try that but I think it has already been tried. I think the sensors are bad in the wheels that's why I wanted to disable if possible.

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Found this on our Snap-on Shopkey. It doesn't tell you how to disable. And don't think you can...here ya go.

"Starting with the 2008 model year, all vehicles sold in the U.S. are equipped with tire pressure monitoring in order to meet requirments of the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 138 issued by the National Highway Safety Administration."

And then it sayes that if there is a problem it needs to go to the dealer.

What about this...It should have a small bulb in the Instrument panel to light up the indicator. Take the instrument panel loose and find the bulb and take it out. But I didn't tell you that! emoticon emoticon emoticon
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The little flat tire light ain't the problem. the Info center screen that keep saying "left front tire pressure low" is the same place the mileage and everything else is shown.

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I tried that with mine but there ain't no bulb it's an LED cluster and there's no way to yank it. It was the low washer fluid indicator that wouldn't go out. changed the sensor but that wasn't it That light kept pizz'n me off so I just taped over the led. emoticon



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