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The overhead console is stating that the tire sensor bad/ missing. How can I solve this?

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Your vehicle is equipped with a tire pressure montioring system. The message is stating one of the sensers has a fault. This will require attention by either a reputable tire shop or chysler dealer. Senser replacement may be requried (about 150 installed). The senser is located inside the tire/wheel assembly. Hope this helps. Please leave feed back.

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