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Hi Scotia, you dont say the age of your Laguna, but here are some points ...

1/ Any Renault dealer can disable the sensors ... they may charge and complain as it is a SAFETY feature, but it can be done.

2/ Renault changed the tolerances for the Laguna from 1PSI to 3PSI to stop false alarms, if your car is still under warranty has this change been done? .... it is FOC if you ask. If not and dependant on your relationship with your dealer it can be done but they may charge or not.

Remember 3PSI is a significant pressure loss!

Bear in mind these are seen and sold as safety features and there are grumbles on the internet about insurance companies getting stroppy on claims where safety features such as these have been deliberately disabled.

They should work and if they are false alarming and under warranty TELL THE DEALER and get them to fix it ... also moan at RCS (regardless if under warranty or not.)

Hope it helps

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