Question about 2008 Jaguar Xf Sedan
I just replaced all 4 tires and sensors and now I get "Tire Pressure System Fault." Is there a "learn" or reset procedure?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
looks like you will have to get another rim, and have someone blow off the nuts with a tourch. all studs will have to be replaced
Posted on May 27, 2009
If all the lug nuts are removed and the tire will not come off it is frozen onto the hub. This is really common with aluminum wheels. If you can safely support the vehicle so that it will not fall off the jack you can try kicking the backside of the tire. This will work most of the time.
If that doesn't work put the lug nuts on till there just snug and then loosen them 3 or 4 turns. remove the jack and drive the vehicle back and forth until the wheel falls off the hub.
Everyone I work with as well as myself, have at least a four pound plastic deadblow hammer just to remove the wheels that this happens to.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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