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I checked pressure in tires and adjusted them higher.Looked in owners Bible and Page 521 shows a bottom to be push to reset. I looked on my car for this same button and can't find one.

Anyone know how to do this?

I do have the nav system
 

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Get your head way under the steering wheel next to the footwell led.
Is the push button.
Search the forum I posted pics way back when.
 

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You mean I have to get on my knees and get on floor to see this thing,wow thats tucked way under.
 

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Yes once u know where it is u can reach it sitting in the drivers seat. But it is way under where the panel becomes horizontal.
 

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I pushed and held till I saw Light flash a few times. How long do We leave power on after that?
As soon as it flashes 3 times, you should be good.

For those of you who are looking for the button, it's essentially where the owners manual says that it is, except it's behind the dashboard facing upward, rather than being on the dashboard facing the driver (as the owner's manual seems to indicate. If you reach under the dash in the spot where the owner's manual says that it is, you should be able to find the button by touch. But don't be fooled by the screw that you will inevitably find first.
 

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As soon as it flashes 3 times, you should be good.

For those of you who are looking for the button, it's essentially where the owners manual says that it is, except it's behind the dashboard facing upward, rather than being on the dashboard facing the driver (as the owner's manual seems to indicate. If you reach under the dash in the spot where the owner's manual says that it is, you should be able to find the button by touch. But don't be fooled by the screw that you will inevitably find first.

Isnt that the truth , lol
 

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If its flashing it means that 1 or more of your tire sensor is reporting that you do not have air in your tire(s). Better make sure who ever installed your sensors did it right and did not break a sensor unless you have new sensors then you have to get the new sensor reprogramed to the tpms ecu

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If its flashing it means that 1 or more of your tire sensor is reporting that you do not have air in your tire(s). Better make sure who ever installed your sensors did it right and did not break a sensor unless you have new sensors then you have to get the new sensor reprogramed to the tpms ecu

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Crap, really? I removed and installed on the new wheels... wtf... -_-
 
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