TPMS Reset-Cadillac Seville 2001-2004 Tire Pressure Sensor

TPMS Reset: Cadillac Seville 2001-2004 Tire Pressure Sensor

Cadillac Seville 2001-2014 Tire Pressure Monitoring System TPMS Reset

Simple to follow procedure on how to reset the TPMS service maintenance indicator warning light on Cadillac Seville from the year 2001 and 2014.

A relearn magnet, or another properly formatted TPMS scan tool, is required to perform this procedure.

Relearn Procedure

1. Inflate all tires to pressure listed on the placard.

2. Turn ignition to the ON/RUN position with the engine OFF.

3. Using the keyless entry (key fob), press and hold both the lock and the unlock buttons simultaneously until the horn sounds.

4. Starting with the left front tire, place the relearn magnet over valve stem until the horn sounds.

5. After the horn chirp has sounded, proceed as in step 4 for the next three sensors in the following order: RF, RR, and LR. The horn will sound after each activation. After activating the LR sensor, the horn will sound twice signifying the relearn is complete.

6. Turn the ignition switch to OFF to exit the relearn mode.

 

About Cadillac Seville

The name of “Cadillac’s first small car” was selected over a revival of LaSalle or the GM design staff’s preference, LaScala, primarily because, as noted by GM Marketing Director Gordon Horsburgh, “It had no negatives.” The initial suggestion was “Leland” in honor of one of the make’s founders but it was rejected because most buyers wouldn’t understand the reference and Henry Leland had also founded rival Lincoln.

Hundreds of suggestions were considered: after painstaking research, LaSalle was the top pick with St. Moritz a distant second, trailed further by Seville. A troubled past and difficult pronunciation, respectively, of these contenders ultimately cleared the way for Seville’s selection.

Seville is the name of a Spanish province and its capital, renowned for its history and treasures of art and architecture. Master painters Diego Velázquez and Bartolomé Esteban Murillo were from Seville. The moniker first entered use as the designation for a two-door hardtop version of the 1956 Eldorado. 1960 was the last model year for the Eldorado Seville, returning in 1967 under a different name. (Source Wiki)

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