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Old 02-15-2015, 01:08 PM   #1
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I made the drive from Tampa to Ft-Myers yesterday and I got the alert and dash light saying "tire pressure monitor fault" the same thing it did before I had them synced at the dealership with my new wheels. I had my wheels synced my ford and watched the tech do it myself. This was 3 weeks ago and I haven't had a problem since. But yesterday on my drive i got the alert about 30 mins into my drive, it went away, and then halfway in it came back again. Took a drive this morning and nothing. What could this be??? Thanks in advance


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Had the same problem with a new set of wheels. after talking to American muscle where I purchased them from. the fix was to drop the air pressure down to approx. 2-3 lbs. and air them back up and re-sync. This worked for me. good luck
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Had the same problem with a new set of wheels. after talking to American muscle where I purchased them from. the fix was to drop the air pressure down to approx. 2-3 lbs. and air them back up and re-sync. This worked for me. good luck

I'll try it thanks


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Is there not a reset button you can use.
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There is no reset sw. computer control only.
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