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  6. : Mitsubishi ASX tire pressure warning light reset

Mitsubishi Asx - Video tutorial

Model: Mitsubishi Asx MK 1 - Years 2010-2020
Part: Checks and maintenance
Operation: Mitsubishi ASX tire pressure warning light reset

In this video tutorial we will see how to reset the tire pressure warning light on a Mitsubishi ASX in simple steps. Before carrying out the reset operation, it is necessary to have solved any kind of problem related to the pressure variation of one or more tires, which caused the warning light to come on. Then we go inside the car and turn on the panel: using the button that we find to the left of the steering wheel, we enter the menu and scroll until we reach the TPMS reset item. Then we hold the button to reset the spy, as shown in the video tutorial!


Posted on 12 December 2021 by ScegliAuto

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