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      10-18-2010, 02:16 AM   #1
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Bad TPMS?

Hey guys just got out of work and upon starting my car I discover my tire pressure light is lit up on my dash (no idrive). So I take a quick look around and visually check all my tires and all seems fine. So I drive to a gas station and fill my tires to factory specs. Then I got back into my car to try to reset the light and it said the tire pressure was still too low. Which now leads to believe it may be a bad TPMS. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated. BTW I have aftermarket 19's if that matters.
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Hey guys just got out of work and upon starting my car I discover my tire pressure light is lit up on my dash (no idrive). So I take a quick look around and visually check all my tires and all seems fine. So I drive to a gas station and fill my tires to factory specs. Then I got back into my car to try to reset the light and it said the tire pressure was still too low. Which now leads to believe it may be a bad TPMS. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated. BTW I have aftermarket 19's if that matters.

Did you follow ALL the instructions to reset the TPMS?
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