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Hey all,

Got the tyre pressure warning the other day as the tyres were down to about 30/31 psi so pumped them up. The sensor took forever to go out even though the car registered the pressure change again, something like 250 miles before it went out. Anyone had this themselves? Also, incredibly surprising how much it effected efficiency, up 0.3 miles per kWh on motorway driving!
 

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There is no TPMS reset button, is there?

I can't remember seeing one.... :rolleyes:
 

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Not that I could find and nothing in the manual. like I said, it did go off eventually on its own but seemed to take forever. Maybe it just simply takes a while for the sensors to accept the changes.
 

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As far as I know the sensors should reset once they detect a rise in pressure over a set threshold. If you inflated them from 30/31 to 38 or so that should be enough.
 
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