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How do u reset tyre pressure senor on vw cc 2.0 desiel year 1213 check tyres an the pressure ok

I think u do it through the stering wheel an dis board not to sur could u help me

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MENU-SETTINGS-TYRE PRESSURE-RESET TYRE PRESSURE.IF THAT DOES NOT WORK U WILL NEED TO VISIT DEALER TO RESET THE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM......IT HAPPENS SOMETIMES.....

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