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A new one on me..........

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Goose

06-12-2018 18:08:32




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When a tire is low on our '07 Chrysler T&C, a low tire light on the dash comes on steady and the display will read, "Low Tire".

When I was driving it just now, the low tire light flashed on and off and the display read, "Service Tire System Soon". I've never seen that one before, and the owners manual comments on it but doesn't really say what might cause that particular message. Has anyone else ever seen this?

Thanks in advance for any info.

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Moresmoke

06-12-2018 21:11:07




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 Re: A new one on me.......... in reply to Goose, 06-12-2018 18:08:32  
Design battery life on the sensor batteries is 5-7 years.



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sde

06-12-2018 20:31:14




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 Re: A new one on me.......... in reply to Goose, 06-12-2018 18:08:32  
My old Buick has a re-set button in the right side fuse box, which turns the light off. I had a flat tire one morning and the light never came on. The book said that the wheel sensor will measure the axle rotation and if one is not turning at the same rate, it assumes that a tire is too low.



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Ray

06-12-2018 19:29:09




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 Re: A new one on me.......... in reply to Goose, 06-12-2018 18:08:32  
There's a sensor in each tire that relays the tire pressure to the dash. It might need reset. They hold a meter near each tire that will beep when it's reset.I've had that happen when my tires were rotated.



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Jegs

06-13-2018 10:39:24




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 Re: A new one on me.......... in reply to Ray, 06-12-2018 19:29:09  
Agree with Ray here, sounds like a bad TPMS sensor, not fun to pay for either. Keep your tires at the proper pressure and put a piece of elec. tape over the light.



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fixerupper

06-12-2018 19:23:45




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 Re: A new one on me.......... in reply to Goose, 06-12-2018 18:08:32  
My 09 Chevy Colorado will do that, only in different wording. It will flash SERVICE TPM. If I ignore it the warning will go away. If a tire is low it reads LOW TIRE. Seems to happen more in the winter.



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grizz02

06-12-2018 18:56:25




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 Re: A new one on me.......... in reply to Goose, 06-12-2018 18:08:32  
like Steve said if it 10 years old batt. is failing go on amazon order it les Schwab will install it for free just break bead on one side slip it in and air it up and that way you don't loose balance in the tire , cost me 17.00 to replace 1 sender



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DoubleO7

06-12-2018 18:49:14




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 Re: A new one on me.......... in reply to Goose, 06-12-2018 18:08:32  
We have a 2008 Chrysler T & C Limited. I think it has every option offered.

We love the ride and comfort.

HATE it with a passion due to all the "service this, service that" notices that pop up.

And the check engine light coming on CONSTANTLY when there is nothing happening that effects drive ability or how it is running.
Anyways, ours will show air pressure in each tire when we scroll to that section of the various readouts. Will flash if any are low.

Yours sounds like a slightly different system.

As long as you manually check the air pressure and it is good, cancel it out and keep driving.

Your warning might simply be the dealer shops code to replace one or more sensor batteries.

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jimb2

06-12-2018 18:44:06




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 Re: A new one on me.......... in reply to Goose, 06-12-2018 18:08:32  
Hi Goose, my daughter has a Nissan with tire pressure sensors in each wheel and last fall the dash low tire indicator was coming on and indicating the right rear tire had low tire pressure but checking the pressures manually everything was OK. Eventually the left rear tire went soft and she took it to the tire shop and they took the tire off and the sensor that was part of the valve stem had broken off and was flopping around inside the tire. The tire shop also found out that the last time the dealer had rotated the tires, they had not reprogrammed the tire sensor computer to the proper location of the wheel on the car.

JimB

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Steve@Advance

06-12-2018 18:36:59




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 Re: A new one on me.......... in reply to Goose, 06-12-2018 18:08:32  
It's probably a low battery in one of the pressure monitors or one is having difficulty communicating.

I think the batteries can be replaced, but it means breaking the tire down to access the monitor.



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paul

06-12-2018 19:49:18




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 Re: A new one on me.......... in reply to Steve@Advance, 06-12-2018 18:36:59  
Didn't think the battery can be replaced, planned obsolescence, and the industry leaders seem happy about that:



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