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Question Tyre Pressure Sensors ..........AGAIN!!!!

Hi All,

Ive recently purchased a Laguna 2 with tyre pressure sensors. These have got to be the worse gadget Ive come across.

Ive got so frustrated with these bloody things I have had these removed and replaced with ordinary Valves!!!

As you would expect all is flashing on display and a fault is showing on dash!!!

My question is how do I stop this?? Have I done a completely stupid thing??

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i think you have to go to a main dealer and they can disable the annoying bloody thing
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Sorry you are having problems.
Later Lagunas do not seem to have issues with the sensors ( ours certainly doesn't), apparently the tolerances have been widened on later models ( late 2003 0n).

You have to get the system disabled by your dealer. It may be worth mentioning at the same time if they can reprogramm the system with tthe new tolerances! If its not too late and you've throw away the sensor valves.

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Does anyone know if you can fit the sensors to cars that originally didn't have them as standard? (Laguna 2005)

Sourcing the valves isn't a problem it's the other, behind dash, workings that are the expensive problems. Is the dashboard stuff already there and just needs activated or is it a big job?

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You are also going to need the reciever which is attached to the underside of the vehicle and wired into the inderside loom.

See here: http://www.renaultforums.co.uk/elect...se-sensor.html

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