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I just had new tires put on my 2006 Toyota Corrola and the tire pressure indicator light keeps coming on. Is that normal?

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I DONT OWN A TOYOTA BUT NO IT MIGHT BE THAT THERES TO MUCH AIR OR NOT ENOUGH

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    I DONT OWN A TOYOTA BUT NO IT MIGHT BE THAT THERES TO MUCH AIR OR NOT ENOUGH

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No is is not normal more than likely when they installed the new tires they probably broke one of the monitors in the wheel. You can have it checked at the dealer they can hook a monitor to it and see if they are all reading.

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No its not normal. sometimes the sensors can be damaged if tires are not mounted correctly. Also they (the tire place) should have retrained the sensor locations to the TPMS unit in the vehicle. take it back and tell them why your back and have them use a TPMS scan tool( tire pressure monitor system) and check the tire sensors. and do not forget the spare as some cars have a sensor in the spare tire also.

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