I need to reset the TPMS on my wife's 08 G6. We do not have keyless entry, and the procedure for resetting the system in the owners manual says
TPMS Matching Process for Vehicles
without Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)
1. Set the parking brake.
2. Turn the ignition switch to ON/RUN with the
3. Using the Driver Information Center (DIC), press
the INFO and Set/Reset buttons at the same time
for about one second. Then press and release
the INFO button until the TIRE LEARN? message
Sadly, the "Set/Reset" button is not found anywhere else in the owner's manual, and I tried combining with other buttons on the dash. Any thoughts?
I tried everything including the set/res buttons on the steering wheel. Nothing seems to trigger my tire learn mode. I already went to the owners manual and it says to (step 3) press the INFO and Set/Reset buttons at the same time for about one second. Then press and release the INFO button until the TIRE LEARN? message displays.
step 4. Press and hold the Set/Reset DIC button for approximately three seconds to start ethe TPMS learn mode.
That 4th step is when the TIRE LEARN? message appears, but i cant get that message to come on. I have a 08 G6 2.4l i dont have the keyless fob entry so thats not an option. There has got to be a way. Any thoughts? Help is much appreciated.
This process is really easy. Done it several times myself. Is pretty much a must after tire rotation. Another cool thing is that only the corner light for the tire you're checking is lit as you move around the car. Helps keep you in the right order.
My car was fine but I took it to a local Pontiac dealership for a recall. Well one of my tire sensors were bad. So it read -- on the display. Well they checked it and then all said --. I replaced the broken one. I programmed them and it went fine but all still say -- .
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