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How to Reset Tire Pressure Sensor Dodge Ram

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Technology is a wonderful thing, unless of course it’s out to annoy you. Like when you know for a fact that your tires are properly inflated, yet there is that annoying light on your dash that makes you second guess yourself. Sometimes second-guessing yourself is a good thing—sometimes it’s just taking up valuable real estate in your head, without paying rent. If you have checked to make sure your tires are good to go, but the light remains on, there are a few things you can try to show it who’s boss.

  1. Before you get all complicated about things, check your owner’s manual to see if there is a reset button for your tire pressure sensor. If so, follow the instructions to reset that puppy.
  2. If that doesn’t resolve your issue, try driving at 80 KM/hr, for about 15 KM, using the cruise control to keep your speed constant. Shut off your vehicle. Turn it back on. The light should be off.
  3. Deflate and re-inflate your tires. In some automobiles a leeway of even 3 lbs of tire pressure could cause a problem. Deflate them to almost empty and then refill to the tire pressure printed on your tire. Drive for a handful of KM at 25 KM/hr to re-set the sensor.
  4. If none of the above resolve your issue, call in the big guns and unhook your battery. It works much like shutting off and re-booting your computer or cell phone. Open the hood and disconnect the negative battery cable, usually black in color. Once that is done, lay on the horn for about three seconds to make sure the remaining energy stored in the vehicle’s electrical system has been discharged. Re-hook up the negative cable.

If these hacks don’t work, you may have a bigger problem that will require a mechanic to remedy. A sensor can be damaged by the following:

  • A filter change
  • An oil change
  • Normal tire service
  • Tire replacement
  • Work on your brake system
  • Tire rotation
  • A CV boot/axle replacement


If any of these are a potential cause for your tire sensor issue, bring your vehicle in to Ontario Chrysler for service.

What is the phone number for the Ontario Chrysler Service Department?

The phone number for the Ontario Chrysler Service Department is 1-855-781-8756.

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