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I get similar on ours, again only on a long journey. The sensor fault varies between wheels, its pretty random as to which wheel it is, once it affected 3 wheels at the same time. Once I slow down, or perhaps if it starts to rain and the tyres cool down the pressure drops and the faults go away.
As it is so intermittant I have not mentioned it to the dealer, although car is in for its MOT next week ( 1st one - warranty expires in June so taking it to dealer so any "faults" can be repaired under warranty) so I will mention it then.
I assume it is just due to the fact the prssure has risen, I would have expected an "over pressure" fault to come up on the display though.
I am not worried si I don't think it is an actual fault( just a slight nuisance due to tolerances of the system), but will report back if I find anything out from my dealer at MOT time.
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