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Own a 2005 double cab, about a month ago in some very cold weather I had
1 tire go almost flat, filled the tire up but the warning light on the dash was on. Several days later I was at the local dealer for an oil change and mentioned the light, they adjusted the air pressure in all tires and did something to reset the warning light. About a week later I went through some
deep snow on my farm and the light has come on again, yet all tires are ok.

Does anyone know the proceedure for resetting the warning light, the manual
does not really say anything but it does list some of the causes for the warning light to come on besides the obvious and going through deep snow can sometimes set the warning light off.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Make sure your tire pressure matches whats is printed on the drivers door jam. Also check your spare tire. It has a sensor as well. The light will come on when under inflated as well as over inflated.
 

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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
tire pressure

Thanks Blackfoot, found it right away, probably so obvious I missed it
Won't have to look at that annoying yellow light now

Thanks again
 
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