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How to Reset Tire Pressure Light

If you’re a Denver driver who needs to reset a tire pressure light, we have some great tips from the team at Fisher Acura. Your vehicle’s tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) plays an important role in monitoring individual tire pressure levels, but sometimes you may need to reset this light after adding more air to your tires. Learn how to reset a tire pressure light in your Acura below.



Resetting Tire Pressure Lights in Your Vehicle

Knowing how to reset a tire pressure light is often as easy as checking beneath your steering wheel. Your TPMS reset button will be underneath the steering wheel in your Acura, and pressing down on this button for a few seconds should reset the tire pressure light. If you’re still having issues resetting this light or can’t find your reset button, read your owner’s manual for more information about your specific model and year. Here are some hotfixes to try out if you’re still having trouble resetting your tire pressure light after inflating your tires:

  • Take your Acura out for a good drive at or above 50 mph, and make sure that you drive for at least 10 minutes. This should reset your sensor.
  • If this doesn’t work, inflate each tire 3 PSI over the recommended amount, and then completely deflate each tire. Inflate each again to the recommended tire pressure.
  • Finally, disconnect the positive battery cable with a wrench while your vehicle is off. Then, turn the car on and honk for around three seconds. This should discharge any stored power in your car. Now, reconnect the battery.

If your tire pressure light still won’t turn off, we recommend bringing your vehicle to our dedicated Acura service center. Our team can help you diagnose what exactly is going on, and our parts center can help you easily replace any broken sensors.

What Does a Flashing Tire Pressure Light Mean?

Broomfield drivers curious about how to reset a tire pressure light often ask us about flashing tire pressure lights. A flashing sensor light usually means that your battery needs to get replaced or that there’s an issue with one of your sensors. We highly recommend bringing in your vehicle for service.

Our Service Team Can Easily Reset Your Tire Pressure Light

If your TPMS light seems off, and you know that your tire pressure is normal, it can literally save money in your pocket to bring in your vehicle to Fisher Acura. We can help Aurora drivers nip any potential issues in the bud while helping your Acura or Honda vehicle stay on top of regular maintenance! Contact us online or call us at (303) 245-6418 today to learn more about our everyday services in Boulder.

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