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I bought last week a 2005 durango with the Hemi V8 Magnum engine.
But the tyre pressure light on the dashboard stays lit, do you have any idea why ? I checked the pressure of all the tyres, everyone of them are at 34 psi so I guess they're OK, right ?
Thanks for you help
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With that light on, there should be a code or something to tell you which tire is supposedly low/bad. I have never had tire pressure sensors before, you may need to look up how to get it to tell you which one (manual? Google?) is giving you the error, and replace that sensor.
Yes I'm prettu sure it's fun but the funniest part of it is that I double checked all my tyres pressure and they're all good.
So I'm guessing that one of the electrical wire is out or something like that.
Maybe it's a fuse as well, is there a fuse somewhere for that sensor ?
OK guys, I went to the dodge dealer for this light, so they plugged their computer and see what's going on ...
The fact is that my dodge doesn't have any tires sensors but has the computer for it ... So the computer was kinda messed up (of course, they're no sensors sending signals) so the light was always on.
They just shut the light off.