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post #466 of 560 (permalink) Old 11th January 2009
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May be worth double checking that there is not a slow puncture, if that is the case then there may be a problem. Also have the wheels been switched to another axle at any stage, if so the sensor will be indicating the wrong wheel
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Hi there, I recently had the sensors reprogrammed to the correct wheels/tyres so know its not that. We can't see that there is a slow puncture.

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It could be a duff sensors.
You could try inflating the tyres to around 40psi and then deflating them to the correct pressure as sometimes this forces the tyre sensors to send an updated signal to the receiver.
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Originally Posted by phil1059 View Post
the are visible on the display.
Would be interested to see what happens if you were to swap one wheel for the spare and see if the system moans? It seems a bit to easily deactivated for my liking or rather, removing the fuse with the engine running seems a bit of a bizarre way of disabling a system. Then again it is a renault!

If it is the case however, then happy days! Be great to get rif of that annoying light on my dash!
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Originally Posted by james.sealey View Post
Did it actually disable the system though, or has it had a different affect? If the system is disabled surely the tyres would not be visible on the display?
I had my TPM system disabled on my Lag by Renault. They plugged into into CLIP to do it.

I too still have all four tyres showing. Glad they are, it would look odd otherwise on the display.
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