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I have this warning on my Zoe R110. It’s just had new tyres. Any ideas of how to resolve this issue?

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I had the same thing after I had my annual service. I figured the guys doing the checks used an air gauge to test the pressure which released enough air to drop them below the limit. I pumped them back up and they have been fine ever since
 

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If you had the front tyres replaced, it's common practice for the fitter to switch front & rear wheels, putting the newer tyres on the rear of the car.
This confuses tyre pressure sensors, and they just need to be reset as others have suggested.
 

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Thanks for the link. According to that, one of the sensors isn’t working because the spanner symbol is displayed as well. My vehicle provider is sending someone out on Monday to resolve the issue. I checked the tyre pressure, and they were all at 40psi.
 
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