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Warning-tires extremely low.

I got this message after riding on my spare tire due to haveing a bent rim. I have 24" rims and a pot hole bent the rim. I had it fixed but after the rim was put back on I still got this message eventhough the tires are inflated. would I somehow just need to adjust a sensor. When the wheels were installed the same thing happened and I overheard the tech. say that he needed to adjust a sensor. it took him no more that 2 minutes and it was fine till now.

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