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How to Reset a Tire Pressure Light

TPMS Light on Dash

Some Buffalo drivers are unaware of what the flashing tire pressure light might mean when it comes on during their commute to St. Cloud. When you fill up your tires, your tire pressure light might stay on which means you’ll need to reset it. Not sure how? We can teach you how to reset the tire pressure light at Cornerstone Chevrolet in Monticello! With the TPMS light on, it can sometimes mean nothing or something, learn more about how to reset the tire pressure light down below with our service team. 

Why is My TPMS Light On? 

If you’ve stopped at a gas station in Rogers to inflate your tires, you might notice that the TPMS light stays on instead of shutting off automatically. You’ll most likely need to reset the system. Here are a few different methods for how to reset the tire pressure light: 

  • After you inflate your tires, drive at 50 mph or above (in an appropriate speed zone) for 10 minutes to reset your sensor. The TPMS light should go away. 
  • Before you start your vehicle, turn your key to the “On” position. Once the TPMS light is on, hold the TPMS reset button until the icon flashes three times. Start your vehicle and wait about 20 minutes to allow the sensor to reset. To find your TPMS reset button, check out your vehicle owner’s manual! Usually the button is under the steering wheel. 
  • If the TPMS light is on, inflate each tire 3 PSI over the documented amount then deflate them completely. Then, inflate them to the proper tire pressure. 

What is the Meaning of a Flashing Tire Pressure Light?

When you notice the flashing tire pressure light it could mean a few things. This might mean that the tire pressure sensors need a battery replacement or the sensor may have an issue you’re unaware of. Feel free to schedule a service appointment online so we can check it out and get you back on those Monticello streets. 

Service Your Vehicle at Cornerstone Chevrolet!

Contact us at Cornerstone Chevrolet if the flashing tire pressure light appears, we can walk you through next steps! For more auto maintenance information you can trust, check out our other service tips and tricks online. If you need to bring your car in for service, be sure to check out our ongoing service offers to help keep maintenance costs down!

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