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Pacifica Limited Park Assist Needs Servicing

I have a pacificia limited 2005. it keeps telling me that the park assist needs servicing and the tire system needs servicing. Is this just a check up? I just had new tires put on not too long ago and there is nothing wrong with them!

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You need to take it in. A code will direct the tecnician

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