How to Reset a Low Tire Indicator on the Jeep Liberty

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How to Reset a Low Tire Indicator on the Jeep Liberty
A tire pressure gauge is needed to obtain the proper psi. (air pressure gauge image by Greg Pickens from

Many models of the Jeep Liberty are equipped with a low tire pressure indicator that illuminates on the control panel when one of the tires runs low on pressure. The on-board computer monitors the pressure of all four tires at once. When a tire changes in air pressure compared to the standard saved by the computer, the computer identifies that the pressure is low. The tire pressure monitoring system automatically resets when the tires are all inflated to the proper pressure. Stabilising the tire pressure is the only way to reset the low tire indicator.

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Things you need

  • Tire pressure gauge
  • Compressed air

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  1. 1

    Park the Jeep Liberty on a level surface where you have access to compressed air. Turn off the engine.

  2. 2

    Remove the valve cap on the tire that is low according to the low pressure indicator.

  3. 3

    Press the end of a tire pressure gauge into the valve stem until a reading is displayed.

  4. 4

    Press the end of the compressed air hose into the valve stem. Add air for a few seconds at a time, checking the pressure after each shot of air.

  5. 5

    Replace the valve cap when the tire pressure gauge reads at 33 psi.

  6. 6

    Turn the engine on. The low tire indicator resets as the computer detects the new pressure amount.

Tips and warnings

  • If the tire pressure monitoring system is malfunctioning, it should be serviced by a professional automotive service technician.

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