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I drive a 02 sport tourer and after work today i got in to it started it up and it says both my rear tyre are flat, and i have a light flashing on my dash that looks like a flat tyer, plus the service light is on, well none of my tyres are flat so not sure what is going on there.

I would like to check the pressure but i have lost my user manual and still waiting for Renault to send new one, so if any one can tell me the correct pressure on the rear tyres thanks.
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how about a trip to a local tyre fitter he's got all the pressures on a chart. have seen posts which recommend inflating the tyres to a few psi more than the normal then deflating to the correct pressure which seems to reset the sensors - worth a try also have a look around the forum using the search for "tyre pressure sensors" should flag up some useful info
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Hi there is normaly a plate on one of the doors or door pillers with your tyre pressures stamped on it hope this helps
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