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My tire pressure sensor come on sometimes and go off ? what shoukld I do?

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This is funny to me because i dont work on bmw bikes at all but i have been around tps sensors at an old bmw job to know they are so sensitive to temperature changes that increase and decrease the psi. if thats not the case you might need a new one.

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