Although the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is set up in the factory before it even arrives at dealerships, there are a variety of factors that can cause the system to malfunction or need to be reset. It’s actually fairly simple to reset the TPMS light in a Chevy, so read on for step-by-step instructions!
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It’s pretty easy to reset the TPMS light in your Chevy, and following the instructions below will save you a trip to the dealership. Not that we aren’t happy to see you if you need some help resetting the light yourself! Take a look at the instructions below, and come see us at Craig Dunn Motor City if you need a little extra help! Before you are able to reset the TPMS light in your Chevy, you’re going to need a J-46079 Tire Pressure Monitor Tester, which is an inexpensive tool that can be purchased online.
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Have additional questions about how to reset the TPMS light in your Chevy? If so, feel free to contact a member of our team at Craig Dunn Motor City today! We’ll walk you through the steps, or you can bring it in to our location in Portage la Prairie, and we’ll help you reset it in person!