Low Tire Pressure Light
CLAUDIA

United States

#44 Sep 4, 2008
Matt wrote:
What??? Pull the interior light switch on and off!?!? WOW! If you want to turn it off turn the radio off and hold the DISP button for 10 seconds, this activates the setup menu. Scroll through until you see Tire Pressure and reset it. The car does not come with an active tire pressure management system, when it detects low pressure you will HAVE to reset the light.
THANXZ MATT I REALLY APPRECIATE IT ALOT I WAS STRESSING OVER THIS DAMN MESSAGE THAT WOULDNT COME OFF.
Jon

Wexford, PA

#45 Sep 23, 2008
Turn the key to get power (don't start the car) and pump your brakes 3 times... That should do it for the oil light.
Chris wrote:
Having problems with Radio control center, can get to the "SETTINGS MENU" but no matter what button i hit it won't do anything, any ideas (besides a new radio? no warrenty and no cash for that kind of thing for now). Had to pull the battery cable off to clear Tire monitor, but it wont clear the Oil Change light.
- Chris, 02 Impala LS
Matt

Monterey, TN

#46 Oct 5, 2008
Try your oxygen switch. It may be going out. Also, on our 2003 Impala, if the fuel cap isn't tight, then we get the same problem with a check engine light.
Rod

Calgary, Canada

#47 Nov 24, 2008
to turn off your tire pressure warning light ... if both the light knob and the radio functions don't work for you ... just disconnect the battery and then reconnect.. this doesn't work for the oil change light though
Stephanie

Ross, CA

#48 Dec 17, 2008
I have a 2001 Impala, just got all new tires and an alignment and the tires rotated, now i have this low tire pressure light on. I red the manual and i know its supose to be reset on the radio. well i dont have the original radio in there so i dont know what im supose to do to reset the light now. I tried the Light thing, of turning the dome lamp 3 times..but it didnt work, anymore ideas? thanks...
Ron Kesler

Ellicott City, MD

#49 Jan 13, 2009
Tom L wrote:
Mine recently came on when I had low pressure. The easiest way to reset it is to turn the ignition to accessories and pull the interior light switch on and off three times. That should reset it.
do you know about a 2007 impala wht is the best way to reset the light
andy

Royal Oak, MI

#50 Mar 4, 2009
i changed the radio in my car and it doesn't have the setting mode on the radio, so what should i do?
djbigshot

United States

#51 Apr 9, 2009
Dude the off on light thing worked it was irratating.thanks alot
Boyko

Columbus, OH

#52 Jun 19, 2009
Thanks Matt,
Worked on my 2001 Impala.
Matt wrote:
What??? Pull the interior light switch on and off!?!? WOW! If you want to turn it off turn the radio off and hold the DISP button for 10 seconds, this activates the setup menu. Scroll through until you see Tire Pressure and reset it. The car does not come with an active tire pressure management system, when it detects low pressure you will HAVE to reset the light.
Cat Beecher

Helena, MT

#53 Jun 23, 2009
Well if you have an after-market radio then it doesn't work, and there must be some other way to reset it in that case.
Matt wrote:
What??? Pull the interior light switch on and off!?!? WOW! If you want to turn it off turn the radio off and hold the DISP button for 10 seconds, this activates the setup menu. Scroll through until you see Tire Pressure and reset it. The car does not come with an active tire pressure management system, when it detects low pressure you will HAVE to reset the light.
kimmy

San Antonio, TX

#54 Jul 1, 2009
i just bought a 07 ss impala 3 weks ago my tire pressure light came on when i went to Kemah and to Jasper but not on an everyday basis, my car is in the shop right now getting the tire pressure sensor repaired. Could that be you problem too??
kimmy in h-town

San Antonio, TX

#55 Jul 1, 2009
Wat fuel are you guys putting in your SS. I was told to use plus but im wondering if i can use regular. Gas is too high!!

Since: Jul 09

houston

#56 Jul 1, 2009
my 07 impala is in the shop right now for the tire pressure light coming on something was wrong with one of the sensors.

Since: Jul 09

houston

#57 Jul 1, 2009
John Van spyker wrote:
I have an impala 2007 ss and every time after the tires are cold and drive the car for 20 minutes , an display comes up Serve Tire Monitor System. The dealer reset it already tree times, but the same thing happens again.
Any suggestion please.
my 07 impala was doing the same thing only when i drive longer than usual distances,it was one of my tire sensors it had to be replaced
SONOFADOCKER

Richmond, IN

#58 Sep 2, 2009
iIt works - pretty weird ! thanks for the post/help
Matt wrote:
What??? Pull the interior light switch on and off!?!? WOW! If you want to turn it off turn the radio off and hold the DISP button for 10 seconds, this activates the setup menu. Scroll through until you see Tire Pressure and reset it. The car does not come with an active tire pressure management system, when it detects low pressure you will HAVE to reset the light.
2002chevyimpalab abe

Dayton, OH

#59 Sep 5, 2009
Thank you so much! I tried this for my 2002 impala and it worked. Your advice saved me because I was about to go crazy lol
t -wisconsin wrote:
this is what worked for a 2000 chev impala...Key on accessories...radio off...press DISP button for about 10 seconds or until SETTINGS lights up on the radio screen...press SEEK button until TIRE MON lights up on the radio screen...press radio button "1" and this lights up the word RESET on the radio screen...then press DISP button. Turn key off. Congratulations!
Jim

Montgomery, AL

#60 Sep 14, 2009
I replaced the wheels and tires on my 07 Silverado with a set of wheels and tires from a 09 GMC Sierra and now my tire sensor comes on...?
liner

Bronx, NY

#61 Sep 14, 2009
Jim wrote:
I replaced the wheels and tires on my 07 Silverado with a set of wheels and tires from a 09 GMC Sierra and now my tire sensor comes on...?
Well Jim, according to the other posts on here....stand in the yellow brick road, click your heels three times and repeat after me....there's no place like home....there's no place like home......
Technician R

Buckeye Lake, OH

#62 Sep 15, 2009
Jim wrote:
I replaced the wheels and tires on my 07 Silverado with a set of wheels and tires from a 09 GMC Sierra and now my tire sensor comes on...?
Check your ownerÂ’s manual under tire rotation. The TPMS system will have to be reset. The tire pressure sensors will need a relearn procedure. This will probably have to be done at your local dealer with the GM Tech 2 scan tool or a chain tire store with the proper equipment. Hopefully 2009 sensors are compatible with a 2007 TPMS system.
Sherrie

Dunmor, KY

#63 Sep 27, 2009
I have an 07 IMpala it has the tire monitor light staying on after new tires put on it. They said they checked it. My remote door lock is inconsistantly can unlock the trunk and door and sometimes it doesnt. I got new batteries for remotes and it is still inconsistant with that issue along with the tire monitor light staying on and tires show no pressure on any of them.

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