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It should show your tyre pressures for a few seconds when you first start the engine. Concentrate, or you'll miss it. If it doesn't, then the previous owner has probably had the pressure sensor system disabled due to one or more faulty sensors. A quick search of the forums will turn up plenty of info on the costs and merits of having it re-enabled.

Some time in 2002, they modified the computer slightly so that you can actually see the tyre pressures while driving. If the car has this version of the computer, then cycling through the trip computer displays will find one that shows the mileage on the top LCD display and the map of the car with the current tyre pressures on the bottom one. This change appeared to coincide with the Privilege losing its 17" Silverstone alloys and getting 16" wheels instead, so that may be a good indicator of whether or not your car should have it. Another indicator is the presence of an airbag disable switch on the end of the dash (visible only when you open the passenger door) which wasn't present on the earlier models.
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