Tire Pressure Monitoring System

Discussion in '2009 - 2013 Toyota Corolla' started by Eastcoaster, Mar 25, 2012.

  1. Eastcoaster

    Eastcoaster New Member

    I have just changed from Winter Tires on Rims which had tire monitoring systems in them to the original mag wheels which also have the monitoring valves installed in them.
    I now have the tire warning light showing on my instrument panel. Is there someway to reset this without having to go the dealer or is this a make money project for Toyota.

    Thanks in Advance:
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  3. gnokrojam

    gnokrojam New Member

    My daughter just bought a used 2010 Corolla with 20,000 miles on it and the light is on a lot. I'm interested in an answer too.
  4. dwb4

    dwb4 Dave

  5. BajaGordon

    BajaGordon New Member

    low pressure leads to better performance

    my low-tire light came on so i ran to the tire shop to find the leak. what i found is my tires were all running at 25 pounds--due to a cheap tire pressure gauge. rather than the 30 pounds recommended, we went to 35 and the car drives so much better. i expect better mileage too.
  6. vermalen

    vermalen New Member

    Yep I followed that video and it worked a treat!


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