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Q: TPMS FUSE NUMBER ?

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TPMS FUSE # ??
My car has an automatic transmission.

The tire pressure warning system fuse is located in the fuse box located under the dash, just to the left of the steering column. The fuse box in question should have 33 fuse slots, although not all will be in service. It appears that it should be fuse number 16 and will be labeled "ECU IG NO. 1". Just be aware that this fuse is also used for the main body ECU, electric moon roof, electric cooling fans, and auto anti-glare inside rear view mirror. So take appropriate precautions with these other systems, and be aware that they will also be affected when there is service involving this fuse.

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