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Engine and tire light stuck on

All of a sudden the service engine light and the tire pressure light came on and won't go off. I opened and reclosed the gas cap and checked the tire pressure button under the e-brake for crud. The lights continue to stay on. Any ideas?

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The easiest and cheapest thing to do is disconnect the battery for at least 60 seconds. This will reset the computer and should reset the lights.(NO this dosn't harm anything except you will have to reset your radio stations) Most of the time it can take a day or so for the lights to go out once the battery has been disconnected.

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