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i just got my wheels freshly powdercoated and on my way home my tire pressure started dropping on my right front. The flat tire warning came on so I stopped to put some more air and drove back to my shop. Aparently they didn't seal the tire properly but they re-did it and now its fine. However the annoying flat tire warning is on my dash console and on my "tire info" setting on the MFD. I tried everything and tried reading the manual but couldn't find anything on how to re-set it. It says to take it into the dealer to reset but can you do it yourself and if so how do you do this. Please help. Thanks.
 

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It will reset itself after you drive it for a bit.
 

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If you have a Cobb AP then just reset the ECU.
 

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If it is "low" tire pressure, it will reset by itself. If it is "flat" tire warning, you need Consult III at dealer to reset it.
 

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The Cobb AP can clear this code. I think I told it to clear all codes - and it went away. Happened to me almost every track day in the summer months.

The TPMS for the drivers side rear on my gt-r 'sometimes' reported I had a flat (0 psi) when actually the tire pressure was fine. Always happened about 3/4 way through a 30 minute track session. I suppose it was heat related because it started working again once it cooled down. I then had to reset the code via the cobb ap and the display got happy again.....

I have track wheels now (no tpms), don't have to worry with it anymore.

-Paul
 
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