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Service Tire Pressure System - Chrysler 300M 2002

After resetting all 4 tires and spare tire the message still continues to come on. When resetting the tires it appears they are resetting but after shutting the engine and restarting the car the message comes back on 'Service Tire Pressure System'. I had Chrysler check each tire censor but all appear to be working. What could be the problem?

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Try disconnecting the battery for 15-20 minutes then check again/ Please rate my response thank you very much

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