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Old 03-17-2009, 11:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How Do You Reset Psi After Dead Battery

My saturn sky redline wouldnt start after the weekend of sitting in the garage. After jumpstarting it, the Warning light is on that my PSI is low for the tires. When I press info to look at them, they are all reset to 0. I figured after driving a little while it would reconfigure but it never did. How do I reset my PSI and get the warning lights off????
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My saturn sky redline wouldnt start after the weekend of sitting in the garage. After jumpstarting it, the Warning light is on that my PSI is low for the tires. When I press info to look at them, they are all reset to 0. I figured after driving a little while it would reconfigure but it never did. How do I reset my PSI and get the warning lights off????
NOT being rude, but is this not covered in the owners manual? The reason I ask is that I do noy know since I have a 2007 Redline.
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it is in the manual. Youll find what youre looking for there.
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There is a relearn process that you can initiate with the key fob. Instructions are in the manual. You have to put the car into learn mode, then go around from tire to tire letting a little air out, so the system can figure out which sensor is which. Follow the instructions carefully, it is very exact. But Be AWARE: What it does not tell you is that it will also relearn the key fob and any other key fob within transmit range. So if you have another car with a key fob system, get it that one the heck out of range.

The really easy answer is to just stop by your dealerships and have service reset with the tech II tool. They usually won't even charge you to do it, especially if are having an oil change done or something else.
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You should just be able to drive the car for a bit....usually less than a mile but over 30 mph will do it. If that doesnt work....

Then you can relearn them.....which is done by putting it into relarn mode then starting at the LF and letting air out until the horn honks....then going around counter clockwise doing the samething.

This will NOT relearn your fobs (The TPM does use the same module [RCDLR] as the keyless entry.).....nor will it relearn anyone elses fobs....in fact, when you relearn fobs you have to hold lock and unlock together during relearn mode for a few seconds.
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It's a 2 minute process.
I recently rotated my tires and was looking into this as my fronts were at the rear and the rear was at the front.
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