How to Reset Tire Pressure Sensor on GMC

[vc_row padding_top=”” padding_bottom=””][vc_column][vc_column_text]Any driver knows the certain set of actions, which is necessary to commit before the trip. You should not only to monitor the level of oil and brake fluid, but also check the tire pressure. As you know, the tire air pressure is very important for driving. If it is positioned at a low level, so it threatens not only the excess fuel consumption and tire stiffness, but also emergencies on the road. Tire Pressure Monitoring System provides the control of pressure level and if it is necessary, warns a driver about dangerous tire changes with the help of sensors.

At low pressure tire sensor signals to ABS control. Further, the light appears and a beep sounds. In this situation it is necessary to reset tire pressure sensor. But not all owners of GMC models know how to realize this. Now we will describe in details how to relearn or reset the TPMS of GMC Savana (2012-2015), Yukon (2008-2016), Acadia (2007-2016) and Sierra (2008-2016).

How to Reset Tire Pressure Sensor on GMC

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  1. The first step is to stop the vehicle in a safe place.
  2. Turn the engine switch off and apply parking brake.
  3. Turn the ignition to “ON” position (engine off).
  4. Press and hold unlock and lock buttons on RKE transmitter. Wait for horn.
  5. If RKE is lacking so follow these steps:

a) Press DIC “MENU” button.

b) Scroll up for selecting “TIRE PRESSURE MENU”.

c) Press the “SET/CLR” button.

d) Then a message about acceptance of the process will display – press     the “SET/CLR” button.

e) Wait for double-voiced horn.

  1. Place the relearn tool against the tire side wall for starting working at driver’s front tire. Press the button for turning the TPMS sensor on.
  2. Do the same for the right-front tire and for the back tires.
  3. Wait for the confirmatory horn that everything is on correct positions.
  4. Turn the ignition “OFF”.

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