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Service Tire Soon @ 2004 Pacifica

I went two times with the dealer to solve it after replace tires and sensors. They charge me for the labor to program new sensors. They solve it at the begining but after leave the dealer facilities and drive at constant speed over 20 miles per hour in a 5 or 10 miles distance range the light comes on again and the system sent again the service tire soon message.

Second time happens the same but on this visit they reset entire system (Of course, they don't charge me for the second visit). Is it possible to disconnect that feature in order to do not have the message and light on?

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  • rolmedag Jul 14, 2009

    Thanks for your advice FixitFrank. They already reprogramed the entire system and is still sending the buggy message. I appreciate your comment but if they can not solve it at least I would like to drive without the annoying message. Is it possible to remove that feature?



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Dont have it disconnected make them fix the problem the computer needs to be reprogramed

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