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Old 04-18-2014, 12:14 PM   #1
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Hmmmm tpms oddity

So I swapped out my wheels today and the wheels I installed did not have the sensors in them... and I never got a "tire pressure low" light on my HUD. No light at all. Shouldn't I have gotten the light?
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Old 04-18-2014, 03:46 PM   #2
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Hmmmm tpms oddity

I swapped on a set with different tpms took driving for an hour or so to say tpms fault. It may just need a while to run checks.
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So I swapped out my wheels today and the wheels I installed did not have the sensors in them... and I never got a "tire pressure low" light on my HUD. No light at all. Shouldn't I have gotten the light?
Youll get it soon enough...
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Haha hoped I got lucky.
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Haha hoped I got lucky.
Thats what i thought when i swapped mine out and i thought i got lucky but 2 days of driving, that danm beep came up and btw it will go off and on sometimes..
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If I store mine in the garage it takes about 20 minutes b4 it goes off.
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