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Tires system service soon

How can fix that out??
I rotated and did the alignment and nothing happened.
Please somebody help me !!!

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  • dcvitral Jun 15, 2009

    Thanks for your interest,
    There's a message showing up all the time: TIRES SYSTEM SERVICE SOON and the light for a flat tire is showing up frequently (every 10 min).
    I put air already, it didn't work.

    I did the alignment and it didn't work.
    I have no idea what can I do, I just bought the car 2 weeks ago, is really nice, but that thing is driving me crazy.

  • Ronnie Wilson May 11, 2010



    Can you Please Be mroe SPACIFIC as to What EXACTLY your Problum is?

    And I Would be more than Happy to Help With it And Help you Resolve it.

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Only owned it 2 weeks? As an auto dealer, if I would have sold it the buyer would have come back complaining and I would have fixed it, warranty or not! Go back to the person who sold it to you!!!

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