Question about 2004 Nissan Armada
One of my tire pressure sensors stays on put the pressure is perfect. Any ideas?
I have replaced lots of Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) sensors due to dead batteries. The batteries are not replaceable, so you have to replace the whole sensor, which is part of the valve stem.
You will have to take your vehicle to your local dealer because they have to use CONSULT-II, the Nissan scan tool, to program the new sensor to the vehicle.
These sensors usually run in the $100 range.
Hope this is helpful!!!
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Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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