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Tyre Sensor - Warning Lights -STOP

Renault Laguna 11: 2002

vehicle driving along the road, RED STOP light comes on along with the amber tyre pressure/flat light on dashboard and display on centre console flashes with rear nearside wheel flashing.
No PUNCTURE and tyre at perfect pressure......anyone any ideas?
I did speak to my local Renault garage and they insisted the vehicle would have to go on DIAGNOSTIC check to see if there WAS a puncture!!!!!!!!!!!!
A BLIND man could see there is no puncture.
Renault dealer want £70 plus vat to put on diagnostic machine to check this!!!!!!!!

What is this world coming to?????

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Mine seems sensitive to being near the lower end of the pressure scale. Try putting an extra psi or 2 in it.
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Tyre pressure sensor fault. Worst case is a new sensor, however I think Renault have to reset the system afterwards.
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Hitting puddles too hard can cause problems to the sensors that are located externally under the wheel arches... well where else?

That water sure hits 'em hard when going through a puddle. They do get back to normal when the water drains out though.
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