How To Set Nissan Tire Pressure

When you are behind the wheel of your brand-new Nissan and you see that a warning light for low tire pressure is flashing, there are a few things that you need to keep in mind. Simply resetting your tire pressure light may be all that’s needed if you’ve recently inflated your tires and they’re holding air correctly. If you want to learn how to perform routine auto maintenance at home, our staff is here to help. To find out more, keep reading, and if you need any help along the way, don’t hesitate to contact Nissan Of Stockton’s service department.
 
Why Is My Tire Pressure Light Blinking?

You may be wondering, “What does a flashing tire pressure light mean?” if your TPMS indicator illuminates on the dashboard. A flashing light on the dashboard indicates that you need to stop the vehicle immediately for one of numerous reasons. In this case, it may be worth trying to reset your sensors rather than assume there is an issue with them. When diagnosing a problem, it is important to have a professional check both the battery and the pressure sensors.
 
How To Set Nissan Tire Pressure
 
How To Set Nissan Tire Pressure

When you re-inflate your tires, the light that indicates the pressure in your tires should turn off automatically. However, if it continues to be on, you should take these procedures to assist you get back on the road and to guarantee that you have a safer drive on the roads:

  • You need to maintain speeds of 50 mph or above for at least 10 minutes in order to reset the sensor. When you power on the automobile after doing this, the sensor may be reset.
  • Turn the key to “On” when the car is turned off, but don’t start it. To reset the TPMS, push and hold the button until the light on the tire blinks three times. Turn on the engine and give the sensor 20 minutes to reset.
  • The button to reset the tire pressure monitor is typically situated under the steering wheel. Check the owner’s manual for your car if you can’t remember where you put it.
  • Deflate your tires thoroughly once you’ve inflated them to 3 PSI above the optimum level. The spare tire, which may also contain a sensor, should be included. When you’ve deflated all of the tires, you should put in the correct amount of air.
  • The positive battery cable must be disconnected with a wrench while the car is turned off. Start the engine and sound the horn for a count of three. By doing so, the car will lose any remaining charge. If the battery has been disconnected, reconnect it.

 
Visit Nissan Of Stockton Today For Your Service Needs

Our servicing crew is the only one that fully comprehends your Nissan. Our commitment to you is to provide first-rate service at all times. When the TPMS warning light comes on, you may rest assured that we will handle the situation. What else can we help you with at Nissan Of Stockton? You can reach us at 209-307-9270 or through our contact form.