My tire pressure sensor came on and won’t turn off

Asked by Curious71 Feb 21, 2018 at 12:55 PM about the 2014 Buick Verano Convenience FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The tire pressure light came on and I put air in the tire a
couple days later now the light won’t off and when I start
the car it brings up the car picture and which tire still
needs air. Too nothing on the dashboard works it did this
when my oil was low then after changing my oil the
dashboard all worked fine. Is this common in a 2014
Buick Verano?

3 Answers

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Possible dead battery in the tire pressure sensor.

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The battery do not have a specific life but usually last more than 4 years. A tire company can check it out....and tell you which wheel it is. The next decision is do you get one or more replaced (might cost $50 each) or forget about it.

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I put air in my tires and the tire lite came 0n. Showing the with /pt. What should i do to make light go off?

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