Want to get rid of your low tire pressure TPMS dashboard light?
One of your tires (#1 - 4) is low in pressure
Hidden 5th spare tire has TPMS and is reporting low pressure
defective TPMS sensor battery/pressure
your car computer's registered TPMS IDs do not match your tire's sensors TPMS IDs (I can check on Toyota)
I can help you find out what is causing the light. Typically dealers will charge $60-100 to diagnose your TPMS tire pressure light.
- Read your tire's TPMS ID, tire pressure, and battery health for All Makes And Models (315 & 433 Mhz) ($25 for 1 - 5 tires)
- If you bring your own compatible new Autel Mx sensors I can program them and clone them to your existing tire IDs or custom IDs ($35 to clone 1-5 IDs)
*Additonally, I can also read or program (new or custom) TPMS IDs on Toyota Cars via ODB2 ($40 for 1 - 5 tires) this is usually done when you change from winter tires to summer tires with different TPMS IDs.
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