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      02-14-2019, 04:06 PM   #1
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08 328i TPMS Error Codes

Hi, so the TPMS system on my E90 has been acting up for some time now. Almost every time I drive my car the TPMS light flashes on my dash, then stays solid. After scanning the car with INPA I get RDC codes 604E and 6057. I believe 604E is for the RDC system and 6057 is for the rear right wheel well. Please read my entire situation. What's interesting about this issue is that it sometimes if I reset the TPMS system from the dash and drive the light will go off. Then maybe an hour later the light will come back on with the same codes. Basically there is no consistency when the issue presents over and over. So heres the interesting thing, this issue has been happening for at least three months, about a month ago I got my tires rotated and balanced and I asked the shop to check if all my sensors were good and they said they're fine. So now that the tires have been rotated and the issue still happens, I'm inclined to think the problem is not with the sensors in the tire(s). I'm starting to think that the transmitter trigger in the RR wheel well is going bad? Am I correct to think this? Like I said the system will reset sometimes and the warning light might not come back on for a few hours, almost like the transmitter trigger will/won't work sometimes. If the RDC antenna itself was bad, wouldn't I get more codes for each wheel well? So yeah, I might go to the tire shop and get the sensors scanned one more time but at this time, I'm thinking about replacing the transmitter trigger. Sorry for the long post but I wanted to provide as much info as possible.
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604e, 6057, rdc, tpms

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