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Old 11-26-2010, 01:26 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Resetting Tire Pressure Gauge?

Got a dent right above the drivers side tire yesterday, and it set off my TPM. I checked the air with a needle gauge, and its fine, so im assuming the monitoring unit is right where I got nicked. I was wondering if there was anyway to reset the system without going to the stealership.
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Unfortunately I believe the only way to reset the tpms sensors is to go to the dealership. I could be wrong though. Let's see if someone more knowledgeable chimes in.
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Default Re: Resetting Tire Pressure Gauge?

Below is some helpful information and an attached file.

As I'm sure you may know:
If your light is on STEADY, you do not need to go to the dealership.

Turn your ignition switch to "ON"
Start overinflating your tires one by one (I usually go to 50 psi) and check the light after each tire is filled.
After you fill the tire with the intermittent sensor the light will extinguish.
Lower the pressure on tires back to normal operating pressure.

I have to do this about every 6 weeks on my Versa. It's a pain but saves me a trip to the dealership and have them tell me I don't know how to service my tires properly

If your light is FLASHING, there is a communication error between the sensor and the computer and you definitely have a hard fault. If they can't find it, change Dealerships

JMHO
You don't really need the tool they specify. It just makes it easier.

Attached. Says quest/versa but the same procedure for all other models with TPMS.
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File Type: pdf Nissan Quest TPMS Reset and Teaching Instructions.pdf (188.9 KB, 33 views)
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