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Yellow Tyre light Related to tyre sensors

After replacing my four tyres I have solved my troubles with the tyre sensors,my computor now shows vehicle without tyres,but that is no problem.Can anyone help in telling me how to get the yellow dash light related out.I pursued in removing dash but was to scared to remove multi-plug from dash because of any other problems that might occur in removing.My initial thoughts were to remove dash and try to remove bulb.If any members can help with information I would be grateful.
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As tyre sensors go I have been very lucky so far with both my Lag 2's.I had my first experience with a puncture that I had repaired at my local Renault dealer (left loose wheel with them) when I put it back on , wheel sensor wasn't recognised by the car. Dealer sorted it while I waited foc (all part of the puncture repair charge 12 as I recall). Second instance was while motorway driving in torrential rain the whole sensor system announced it had failed, that cured itself the next day. I assumed the box under the rear wheel arch dried out. On a more positive note the service manager at the dealer that I bought my current s/h car from has been notching up brownie points with me. The latest was when I recently needed front tyre replacements. I supplied a brand new wheel with tyre fitted (standard valve) and a new tpm, he fitted them to one side (Id kerbed the original wheel) and he price matched on a new tyre for the other side, done while I waited including all the balancing, tpm setting up and he only charged me the price of the new tyre.
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Originally Posted by bluemore
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

Can I clarify somthing the tip you have given . If you get a new sensor if you do the above would it still need programming ??
If you have discovered how to do this then this is a top find because last time i had a new sensor it cost me £88 to be programmed and £16 for the sensor

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I am considering buying an oct 2002 laguna, 1.9 dci, is this a laguna II? It has a problem where it stalls occasionally whilst pulling away at a junction, i am sure there could be many reasons for this, they was some work done on a diesel filter or something in the fuel system which apparently helped. Any comments would be appreciated about Pro's and con's of laguna, i like the gadgets but am afraid of the problems especially getting ripped of by renault dealers.
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Finally got around to taking a picture of the tyre sensor colour coded chart which Lag II ( post 2001 ) owners should see on their drivers ( UK ) door..

Still interested to learn if the above method for a manual ( i.e. non clip aided ) reset works please ???

Would our members please take caution with the reset advice until a reply has been confirmed..



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