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Tyre warning light on dash on, cant see anything wrong with tyre pressures, how do you cancel ?

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Lucky you. Whenever it comes on in my Yaris it's the nearside front shredded by another pothole,  last week was 3rd replacement in a year 

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Use the reset button

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Difficult to find.

Underneath the trim above the pedals.  Flimsy bracket with a small plunger button.  Make sure your tyre pressures are correct, then switch on the ignition and press and hold the button to reset and re-learn.

Mick.

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1 minute ago, Mick F said:

Difficult to find.

Underneath the trim above the pedals.  Flimsy bracket with a small plunger button.  Make sure your tyre pressures are correct, then switch on the ignition and press and hold the button to reset and re-learn.

Mick.

Why DID they put it there ?

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Thanks all for replies, will visit my local tyre service garage for an all round check and reset for peace of mind, again many thanks

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42 minutes ago, Jonmartin said:

Why DID they put it there ?

For the same reason they put the USB port in the damn glove box!

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2 hours ago, Jonmartin said:

Why DID they put it there ?

Goodness knows.  In order for me to press the button ............... let alone find the damned thing .................. I have to kneel down outside the car.  No doubt I could press it whilst sitting in the driving seat, but not actually seeing it or knowing exactly where it is, it's not easy.

Mick.

 

PS: The USB port on ours is next to the cigar lighter socket, just below the heating and ventilation controls.

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What Mike F said, it is a black button with SET in white letters next to it and yeah goodness knows why it is under there! 

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10 hours ago, Jonmartin said:

Why DID they put it there ?

because in normal use you shouldn't need it so it is reasonable to put it somewhere that is not accessible by mistake.

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In that case they sure picked the right spot then lol, just anyone real old going looking for it may find it but not get back up in a hurry, could have put in a bit higher up or near the auto head light switch or i am just starting to get old lol. 

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You won't be pressing it whilst driving, so why not have it where you can't reach but in full view?  Why have such a flimsy bracket which seems like an afterthought?

Mick.

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