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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-07-2006, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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Check System Light??

Hey guys,
Just got my IS250 Auto and put 300 miles on the car..for some reason, the check system light is on and the yellow like on the bottom right (the light right next to the trac light) is on. Any one have a CLUE what this means?? Thanks!
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if you have messed with your tire pressure thing... below the steering wheel, left side... put it back on the standard 1 or whatever it's default is... The car uses the second one for aftermarket wheels' pressures...
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^ yes, what he said. check your tire pressure. See Owner's Manual page 276 and 285.
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stros, I had the same dilemma on my 250. The service guys simply activated a tire sensor switch somewhere in the vehicle. Supposedly during prep, the sensor was not activated. just take it to the dealer.
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You dont need to take it in to the dealer, it's just your tire inflation pressure warning system. With the same button's you use to input the MPH warning lights or RPM warning lights, go to the Tire pressure settings and change it back to Default / Tire1.. I forget what it says. Look in your manual if this doesnt help... I am positive that this is the cause.
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The instructions in the manual are actually pretty good for this item.
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