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Old 04-27-2014, 05:51 PM   #1
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Tire Pressure Sensor Fault?

idk if anyone has come across this problem, but my dash has this message reading "tire pressure sensor fault"... I checked all my tires and they are fine. does anyone have any info on how to get rid of this code?
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You usually get that fault when one of your TPMS sensors go bad or if you get aftermarket wheels that do not have the sensors installed.

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I just got one of mine replaced for this problem.
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Maybe they didn't sync the sensor with your TPMS properly. Or the sensor they replaced wasn't the bad one. Does the car say which corner the fault is for?

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they fixed mine saturday. No it doesnt tell you which one but the dealership has a tool to detect a bad one I'm assuming.
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