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Renault Laguna 2 - Tyre Pressure Sensor Thread

Hi guys,

I have an 2002 Laguna Expression. The tyre pressure sensor diagram on the dash has a flashing front right tyre and is not showing a back right tyre.

The STOP light and the SERV lights are both illuminated and the flat tyre picture is illuminated on the dash.

Occassionally everything looks fine and there are no STOP or SERV lights etc illuminated but as sure as ever within a few hours driving it will be back again. Very annoying as the pressure when checked is fine at 2.0 bar

Is there any way of isolating the tyre pressure sensors totally from the car so that the STOP and SERV lights and the flat tyre diagram will not be illuminated as it is very distracting when driving.

I would be very grateful if any one could help me on this one.

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There is a wealth of info on the forums about the tyre pressure sensors,so if you use the search facility in the toolbar at the top of the screen you should find it.

The system can be completely disabled,but this is only possible with a visit to a main dealer.
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If you had put "Tyre Sensors" in the search box it would have given you over 250 answers to read, here they are.....

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After putting the Laguna through a carwash, the TPMS couldn't find ANY of the wheels and now all I get is the massive SERVICE light in the middle of the screen accompanied by the woman saying "Tyre Pressure Check, System Fault" - This is the THIRD time this has happened, the first time was when I got the tyres changed and the second was a complete spoof, I turned the car on and got NO response from the TPMS. I am considering just having the system removed, I find that people's arguement for it "saving your life" to be a little weak, as if I do have a blow out I'd be too busy trying not to crash to notice the flashing lights on the dashboard. I would appreciate anyone's input on the matter because I don't know what to do!
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Hi LagunaSPPriv - sounds like the TPS receiver underneath the car is getting wet or moved. It is about half-along the underside of the car on the left-hand side. Check it is securely clipped in position and its connectors are in good nick - they are prone to getting knocked about when off roading, driving through floods on on snow.
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