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      11-27-2012, 06:19 PM   #1
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TPMS failure Light

I just got a CC ID 149. TPMS sensor failure, anyway to determine which one??
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Ok so the light just went out on its own lol so clearly a TPMS sensor is going bad
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the cold weather tricks them to turn on... if it was cold... or snow or any of that good stuff, it might be the reason why
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the cold weather tricks them to turn on... if it was cold... or snow or any of that good stuff, it might be the reason why
It had sat outside at work in the cold all day so that may be why. It didn't come back on today. Silly sensors! I'd honestly be better off w/o them lol they're so sensitive
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