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      02-20-2012, 04:12 PM   #1
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Any Reason Why TPMS is Happening?

Just lowered the car on H&R sports i understand i need an alignment to fix the DSC from going nuts, by why the TPMS error??

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There shouldn't be a TPMS problem from a spring install. Did you try resetting your TPMS through Idrive/odometer? I would check the connection to the TPMS receiver in the front fender liners.
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Can you give me a description where in the fender liners it would be? drivers or passenger side? or if anyone has a photo.

I can check tonight.

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BTW, it will not let me reset the TPMS through the Idrive.... it is grey
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