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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-01-2011 Thread Starter
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TPMS light 2011+

I have aftermarket wheels and tires on my 2011 V6 and have never had a problem until yesterday. The "low tire pressure" light came on, so I checked all the tires and everything was fine. Is it possible that the TPMS in one of the tires broke?


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Could be. You can see if your dealer or local tire shop can "re-learn" the sensors for you. I doubt they'd charge you for it.


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Check the inflation pressure in the spare tire.
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Fords don't have them in the spare
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Turns out ALL FOUR of my tires had lost the same amount of pressure. Filled em up to a few pounds past the recommended settings (its fricken HOT here in Texas) and all is right.

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