How to Reset TPMS Light Without a Consult III

TPMS. Tire Pressure Monitoring System. A federal requirement in cars after 2008.  In the GT-R there is a sensor mounted to the valve stem that monitors air pressure within the run-flat tires. If you move tire locations, or swap to a different set of wheels, you may not be able to read the tire pressures, and you will likely have a warning light on the dashboard of the car.  Up until now, the only proven option was to go to a Nissan dealer for them to reset the light.   Some will do it for free, some charge for resetting the light.  With the information posted by a member of NAGTROC, you should be able to reset the light yourself, with a relatively low priced tool.

Head over to the forum for the full procedure and pictures. 


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