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Alert center keeps flashing "PNEUS PRESSION".Just replaced battery day before this alert.I tried to reset the alert by turning the key to "on"and depressing the trip mileage stem to no avail.

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This is a compound problem. Your information sensor is stuck in french mode, and your tire pressure indicator is giving you the warning. If you cannot remedy the issues yourself, I'm sure the dealer would be happy to help you out for next to nothing.

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