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How to Set Tire Pressure Monitoring System 07-13 Chevy Silverado

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How to Set Tire Pressure Monitoring System 07-13 Chevy Silverado

Created on: 2019-02-15

How to reset the tire pressure monitoring system on 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13 Chevy Silverado

  1. step 1 :Checking the Tire Pressure Specs
    • Find the sticker on the inside of the driver side door listing the truck's tire pressure
  2. step 2 :Resetting the Tire Pressure Monitoring System
    • Turn the key in the ignition
    • Scroll through the settings options on the dash and hold the button down to select "Relearn Tire Positions"
    • Using an air chuck that's not connected to air, let out some of the air pressure in the front driver side tire for about eight to 10 seconds, or until you hear the horn beep
    • Repeat this process on each of the other tires, moving from the front driver side to the front passenger side, to the rear passenger side to the rear driver side
  3. step 3 :Readjusting the Tire Pressure
    • Use an air chuck to readjust the tire pressure

Tools needed for replacement

  • Diagnostic Tools

    Tire Inflator with Pressure Gauge

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Hi, I'm Mike from 1A Auto. We've been selling auto parts for over 30 years.

What's up, guys? I'm Andy from 1A Auto. Today, I'm going to show you how to do a tire pressure relearn procedure on this 2008 Chevy Silverado Work Truck. This vehicle does not have a key fob, and I'll show you how to do it without any special tools. If you need parts for your vehicle, click the link in the description and head over to 1aauto.com.

Double check your door. When you open the door, normally there's a tag that shows what the pressures should be. On this vehicle, it happens to be 35 PSI for the fronts and the rears. It also tells your tire size, in case you were wondering about the tire size that's supposed to be on the vehicle. So, check that. Sometimes, on other vehicles, such as one-tons, the tire pressure front to rear is different. So, you're going to want to adjust that accordingly.

Now, we're going to reset the tire monitors. Whenever you do a tire rotation or you get a new monitor, you're going to want to do a reset so that the BCM or RCDLR knows where your tires are located. I'm going to take the key—this one does not have a key fob. Turn the key on, and then, over here—“Service Tire Monitors”—I'm going to scroll through. There's a little button on the cluster. When we get to “Relearn Tire Positions,” I'm just going to hold the button down. Then you're going to hear the horn chirp twice. Then we're going to get out.

I'm going to take an air chuck that's not connected to air. And we'll take the valve cap off, and then I'm going to relieve some of the air pressure for about eight to 10 seconds. I'm going to start on the driver side front. Then when you hear the horn beep, then you can move on to the next tire. That would be the passenger side front. Take the valve cap off—eight to 10 seconds. Then when it beeps, move on to the next tire, which is the passenger side rear. You have to do it in this order. When that beeps, we'll move on to the next one, which is the driver side rear. And that's it. We'll just readjust the pressure back to 35.

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Tools needed for replacement:

    Diagnostic Tools

  • Tire Inflator with Pressure Gauge


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