In general, no. When it happened to me, it stayed on until the next time I got over 20mph (after the next start).whiteLE said:hey
My low pressure warning light came on this morning. I have aired all tires to 35psi and the damn thing is still on. Do I need to disconnect the battery to reset?
I've heard that if you take the ground off your battery for like 15-20 min it should reset the lights but im not sure if itll work or not. Wont hurt to try.I put rims on mine and the stims were leaking and so I got the regular stems put in and went to the dealership and said itll void my warranty if they disconnect the light.Also with Cipher I can turned the light off and it comes back on like 5 seconds later. I just drive with mine onttugrad95 said:My warning light came on yesterday morning as well. Checked all tires and they are at 30 psi. A little low but not low enough to set that off. One time I ran over a nail and it didn't come on until the tire was almost completely flat. Some way to reset it? I've been well over 20 MPH several times, started and stopped the truck several times.
Ugh...senor light came on when I started up the truck today. Checked and all tires at 32 lbs. Drove 125 miles and checked again...still 32 lbs and the damn light is still on. I may try the "put 40 lbs" thingy in and see what happens.GR8WHITE said:I Work At An Acura Dealership And Mine Were On The I Talked To A Tech At Nissan Down The Street And He Said Put 40 Lbs. Of Air In It And Drive It For About 5 Miles. And It Should Go Off. Key Word Is Should.