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Low tire light stays on

I have a 2008 Nissan xterra and the low tire warning light stays lit all the time. The tires are all at 35psi and have been. There's been no major work done to the car.

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Sounds like the tire sensor inside the rim has failed or needs to be re calibrated. being an 08 ide think it would be still covered under warranty.

either way, it can be fixed, but has to usually be done by a dealer since the new sensor has to be programmed to the vehicle. most tire shops should be able to do it as well.

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