brc19761 Posted October 16, 2015 Share Posted October 16, 2015 I have a 2008 Nissan Pathfinder SE. The tires came from the dealership filled with nitrogen. I have had the truck for about two years now. The tire pressure warning light came on the other day. I checked all the tires and they all had the correct pressure. The light will not got off. I have searched the net and found many different remedies to reset the tire pressure light on Nissan vehicles. The easiest was to put a little more air in the tire and drive it down the road until the light goes off. That procedure didn't work in my case. I have read where in some cases you have to take it to the dealership to reset the light. I want to try and avoid that. I know my tires having nitrogen in them can be a reason for the light to come on b/c of the difference in weight of the nitrogen compared to air. I was wondering if anyone knew how to reset the R51 low tire warning light. B/C I have read a lot of different methods, but they have been on different model Nissan vehicles. My light does not flash it just stays on when it is running. I would like to thank anyone who replies in advance b/c I may not be able to reply for a couple of days. Thanks, brc Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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