You must make sure the senser is the correct one.each wheel senser has to be correct.they are not the same.i think they are colour coded.say rear wheel wont work on front etc.sometimes inflate pressure to around 45psi on side that is faulty then let pressure down to correct level resetts the senser.otherwise think its renault dealer to reset computer
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had similar issue but with laguna 2.0 IDE where there are 2 sensors at the end of the fuel rail left hand side of engine looking into engine bay from front of car, they both look like cylinders about 2 inches high with terminal points for wires on top, replacing the sensors resolved the issue but they were really expensive and only available from renault, i was able to run the car as long as i stayed below 4000 revs if i removed the lead from the top of one of the sensors. be aware if you do change the sensors yourself, do it a while after you have last used the car and engine is cool, as removal of sensor causes the pressurized fuel to come out at speed all over you. hope it helps
I had the same fault on my laguna remove idle air valve and clean with carb cleaner
then lightly oil with light oil like 3in1 DO NOT use WD40 as it goes sticky when the
solvents dry out replace valve and check connections
I had a new sensor fitted recently at a tyre centre, but after driving home one of the rear tyres disappeared off the display! I had them reset the whole system only to find it happened again soon afterwards. Just looked at the fuse panel (right hand side on UK cars, at end of dashboard), no 'reset' switch. However, I did pull out a few fuses to see if that worked. By pure luck, there is a fuse with a strange name (can't remember it now) that is like disconnecting the battery completely (it's a 10A fuse located 3rd down from the top). Plug it back in and hey presto, no more flat tyre warning light, and centre screen shows all 4 tyres correctly. Genius!!