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      04-30-2009, 11:27 PM   #1
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Flat tire -> TPM went off -> Reset problem?

Hi everyone...

I had a flat tire today because the air leaked on the side or something...
it was right rear wheel... I got it aired up again but TPM sensor won't disappear.
Right now whenever I drive my car I always get TPM warning
I tried to reset nothing happens...
Is the only solution is to go to the dealer and have them turn it off?
All the tires pressure's were checked...
I went on highway thinking that the computer would re-learn but I was wrong

Thank you!

p.s. my car is an E90 pre-TPMS
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      05-01-2009, 12:31 AM   #2
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Reset.

The reset on some cars is confusing. You need to get to the reset screen, press and hold the button briefly once, and then press and hold again until a checkmark appears. I would previously hold it only once, and never saw the checkmark. Refer to your manual on navigating to the initial reset screen if you are unsure on how to get there. You should perform the reset when the tires are cold, and the car is stationary. After you drive off, the tire pressures will register.
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      05-01-2009, 07:38 AM   #3
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Hi everyone...

I had a flat tire today because the air leaked on the side or something...
it was right rear wheel... I got it aired up again but TPM sensor won't disappear.
Right now whenever I drive my car I always get TPM warning
I tried to reset nothing happens...
Is the only solution is to go to the dealer and have them turn it off?
All the tires pressure's were checked...
I went on highway thinking that the computer would re-learn but I was wrong

Thank you!

p.s. my car is an E90 pre-TPMS
The info you need is here: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?p=5028355

And the thread points here: http://bentleypublishers.wordpress.c...re-monitoring/

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