To clear the warning light, first you need to know how to reset the tire pressure of the Lexus GX470. The tire pressure sensor is located on the fuel door, trunk lid, and console. It will display the recommended tire pressure in psi (pounds/square inch) and bar/kPa (kilopascals).
To reset the tire pressure light, turn off the engine and add more air to the tires. Next, turn on the ignition and press the reset button 3 times. Wait for a few minutes before turning the vehicle off. After this, the warning lamp will turn off. The warning light will turn off after you have run the tires for a while to check if they are still underinflated.
The pressure warning button is located in the lower driver side dash panel or glove box. To reset the light, press and hold the reset button until the tire pressure indicator blinks three times. The warning light should go out and the TPMS should be able receive signals from the sensors. If the light comes back on, you should head to a mechanic for diagnosis. It takes a few moments, so be patient.
After you are done, you can check the status by honking the horn at least three times. You can reset the pressure sensor yourself if it does not turn on. You can also take your car to a Lexus dealership for further diagnostics or repair. If you’re unsure how to reset the tire pressure sensor on the Lexus GX470, contact a Lexus service center to determine whether it’s possible to fix the problem.
Once you’ve connected the OBD-II connector securely, you can select the tool that allows you to upload the sensor IDs. Once you’ve selected the correct tool, you should see messages like RELEARN COMPLETE/IDS UPLOADED TO CAR. If the TPMS telltale blinks three times, it means that the sensor is working correctly and the light is now reset.
If you’re unsure of how to reset the tire pressure light on your Lexus GX470, you can look up the manufacturer’s recommended pressure. You can find it by looking at the placard located inside the door or on the vehicle’s owner’s manual. Remember that sidewall pressure isn’t the correct tire pressure – it’s the maximum pressure a tire can hold.
The TPMS control module receives information directly from the tires’ sensors. The light will turn on when the tire pressure drops below the safe level. In addition to letting the driver know when the pressure in the tires is low, the TPMS warning light can also be a sign of bad traction, poor fuel economy, or even a blowout. If you notice that your tire pressure light is flashing, you should stop at the nearest gas station and let the car run for 10 minutes over 80 kilometers. The sensor will then reset.