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Old 11-15-2006, 09:29 PM
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Check Tire Pressure

Nothing like a cold, windy, rainy night to have a flat! Check Tire Pressure Light popped on, and low and behold, RR 4PSI! Somehow picked up what looks like a box cutter blade.

To anyone that hasn't had the pleasure of changing a flat on a TB SS, you are in for some BIG FUN!!!

Anyway, got the spare on but I need to reset the tire pressure light and pressure readings when I get the regular tire fixed. Is that something a dealer has to do... ch-ching??
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Nothing like a cold, windy, rainy night to have a flat! Check Tire Pressure Light popped on, and low and behold, RR 4PSI! Somehow picked up what looks like a box cutter blade.

To anyone that hasn't had the pleasure of changing a flat on a TB SS, you are in for some BIG FUN!!!

Anyway, got the spare on but I need to reset the tire pressure light and pressure readings when I get the regular tire fixed. Is that something a dealer has to do... ch-ching??
I think I might just try onstar !
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Old 11-15-2006, 09:38 PM
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I don't think the tire pressure light needs to be reset, it will go away once it sees the correct pressure of the newly fixed tire.
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i have a nail in my tire and i have been filling it up every morning till i can decide on new set of tires to get.all my damn tires are bald
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i have a nail in my tire and i have been filling it up every morning till i can decide on new set of tires to get.all my damn tires are bald

Hmmmm. Trying to figure that out. Wonder why they are BALD !

Defective from the factory?
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try changing a flat on a 02 envoy, in 115 heat....that sucked to.
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I think I might just try onstar !


Yea... that'd be great if I lived in a metro area instead of a podunk mountain town! Need to figger it out myself anyway just in case.

I can still hear the OnStar lady though.. laffin her @$% off!!!!
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Aside from it raining, whats the big deal changing the tire?
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It will reset itself
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it will def reset itself..the only time you have to reset anything is when you rotate them
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