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Screen shows Flat tyre (Tyre OK ) boot open (it is not ) Front brake pads need replacing (just serviced 23500 km

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  • keithsrb1 Sep 27, 2010

    No all suggestions have been tried

    I believe the body computer has failed

    REMEDY ??????

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Have you check all your tires pressure then try to reset it. Try it.

Keep in mind that your dealer is the unique that have the reset tool.

Keep us updated.

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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    ZJ Limited Sep 27, 2010

    When the TPMS light comes on it is telling you there is a possible problem with the TPMS -- not that your tires are low. If your tires are low the tire light will come on.



    There are other things that can set off your TPMS light -- radar,
    microwaves, etc. It can also be due to a loss of sensor reading from one
    or more of the tires, check for any lost contact with the rear tires... they did a relearn and
    it hasn't come back on, even on another long trip.

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