Question about 2003 Nissan Pathfinder
There is no way to disconnect sensors that i know of they should not go off with just temp changes would be set to come on at 27-28 psi and if your running 35psi temp changes wont fluctuate that much. next time it is going off have someone scan it and see what tire sensor is showing low and what the pressures they are reading re. i think you will find have a faulty sensor
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
To be totally honest i have no idea where the pick up unit is ,but if your lucky it may have a fuse that can be pulled out failing which find the noise and pull that out ,you are not the only to complain about these silly devices as i get no end on renaults ,where they keep going off or if i rotate the wheels on a service like i was taught too 40 yrs ago ,so a piece of black tape and pull teh audiable alarm out .then its back to proper mechanics like changing the back wheel for the front and the spare included as well ,
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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