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2005 Chrysler Town & Country Service tire system soon light coming on after new tires have been put on, pressure checked & tires balanced?

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Maybe when you change the tires they remove or broke one or the four sensors located inside the rim or wheel, at the inside of the valve, this sensors transmit the low pressure to the computer, and if one, or all, are removed or damaged, computer will register it at as a low pressure tire

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