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Question Laguna tyre pressure senders

There seems to be lots of conflicting information, mostly from the renault dealers.

I want to deactivate the pressure sensors, I understand from a helpful guy at Arnold Clarke in warrington that it is no problem 30 + vat.

Has anybody had this done, if so what is left on the dash display and does the women tell you there is a tyre sensor fault or is she quite.
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As far as I know - If you have it disabled by Renault then the display will not show any wheels ( just the picture of the car that shows which door is open) and you will not get any voice prompts warning of failure. It will be just like a Lag without this feature fitted.
I stand corrected if I am proved wrong. I am only asuming as have not had this done on our car as tyre sensors are working ok.

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I had this done by a dealer after I broke one of the valves trying to get a corroded cap off with a pair of pliers. They changed the valve on the spot, but I had several other caps corroded on (that I hadn't broken) and they couldn't sort the rest until the following Monday. They fitted the new valve but didn't program it up and temporarily disabled the system instead.

With the system disabled, the voice and display behaved as though the valves were working and the pressures were all correct. The only tell-tale difference was that the tyre pressures no longer showed for a few seconds after starting the engine. The voice synth and display still appeared to perform all of their other functions as before.
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my car has just lost all of the sensors just over two weeks after having a new sensor programed by my local dealer after the tyre company snapped one
the only thing i get now is a flat tyre symbol on the dash and no tyre's shown around the car picture
not sure if i should have them reset as i dont know if i will end up paying again to have them done.
nice to have them but what a pain when it goes wrong
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Thread merged - keeping discussion on topic in one place - please take the time to read through this useful information..

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