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Two experiences on a Laguna

1. Flat tyre repaired and no problem with the sensors
2. I needed two new tyres, both replaced with no issues

I did have a chat with the guys before they made any changes and they said one you worked with the tyres and did not go near the sensors it should be fine.
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Originally Posted by WebCode
Sounds like they need reset..

The way to do this is to Inflate the missing tyres to 3.5Bar.. Then rapidly deflate them to your set level.. Then drive the car for half a mile over 12MPh..
My sensors seem to flash when the tyre pressures are OK . Do I do this reset with the ignition on, with the engine running or just plain off??

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this may help

Originally Posted by Laguna II Owner
If anyone knows how to perform this reset without OBDII kit it would be most interesting to read.
regarding the sensors after having the tyres fitted

start the car,

open the fuse box remove the second fuse from left (i think ??)

remove it the engine will cut out,

leave for a few seconds,

replace the fuse start the car and a reset has been done,

although i will double check the fuse and post accordingly

fuse #2 immobiliser/starter switch/card reader

fuse #6 tyre pressure monitoring system+other items
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Can anyone doubly confirm ( maybe a certain member of the renault team ) if this above posted solution for resetting the sensors..


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I just had new tyres fitted all round by an independent, no problem at all. But as we rolled the f/o/s to the front of the garage we could hear a cluncking noise which turned out to be the pressure sensor had been broken off. Must have been done on original assembly as the tyres have never had a puncture. Explained to Mr Renault, who ordered a replacement, which is now fitted but I have to go to Dealer again for re-programming at a cost of 49.99+vat
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