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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ModBargains.com Click here to enlarge
    What brand of TPMS? Some aftermarket TPMS sensors require you to deflate all 4 tires, wait 30 minutes, re-inflate and then reset.

    Other than that, it could mean one of your TPMS sensors are broken.

    If all else fails, go to the dealer and have them code it out.
    I purchased the Huff TPM's
    I don't want to code this out. They worked perfectly fine the first time they were installed.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rooringhusky Click here to enlarge
    @ModBargains.com In my situation, all the sensors are the original OEM....When a TPMS sensor is "broken" would it show on the scanners? If you guys have a TPMS scanner and are willing to help me diagnose this issue let me know...I will be happy to pay for a new sensor if that will fix my issue...I'd rather fix the issue than code it out since I have already spent ~$250 on this issue with no success...


    @alpinedevil335 Did you get your issue fixed? Just wondering...
    Not yet. I'll try ModBargains suggestion of deflating for 30 min.

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    Deflating for 30min didn't work Click here to enlarge

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