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Old 05-31-2009, 06:59 PM
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I just had a set of 10 plies put on my '07 Titan (tired of having flats). When I left the shop the TPMS light went off just like it was supposed to, but the next morning the light came back on indicating a malfunction(flashing for one minute then remaining on) Is there some way to reset the system? What shoul I do? the system has never given any prblems in the past. THANKS!
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Check the tire pressure. If the tire pressure is below or above specs it will trigger the light. Just set the pressure to around 32 psi and after driving your Titan for about 10 minutes the light will reset it self, unless there is a problem with the system or with one of the sensors.
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