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Tps light keeps coming on even after I inflate tires

The TPS light comes on and stays on for quite awhile even after I inflate the tires...any ideas?

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At least one of the sender units in the wheels is bad and will need replaced.

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if your still showing a tps sensor fail then you may have faulty wiring, i have done alot where this is a sign of intake manifold gasket failure making the vehicle have unstable idle.

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If any of the tires have been replaced or worn heavy? Then thats the issue, If this is noth the case? The sensors within the wheel are likely failed and will need replaced

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