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2002 town & country "service tire system soon"

Retrained system, disconnected battery, still get message "service tire system soon".

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If all the sensors retrained, you either still have low tire pressure, or the computer which reads the sensors needs to be reprogrammed with a different tire pressure threshold.

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

  • Eldric Venne
    Eldric Venne Mar 08, 2009

    You go to the dealer and have them check the values. Or they can tell you what is wrong with the system.

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