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&#%@! Tpm system!

I am getting a "Check TPM System" warning ever since I rotated my tires six months ago. Today I took it into the dealer to have them rotated hoping they could reset the system so I'd get rid of the warning message and chime. They said that I was getting that warning because I had too much air in the tires (I have 285/70/R17 Duratracs). I don't think the TPM System is ever triggered by too much air in the tires, just too low of air, right? How can I get rid of this "Check TPM System" message? All four tires are showing air pressure on the EVIC system.

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All 4 tires must be within a certain amount of each other also...Check your spare it also has a sensor.

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I am getting a "Check TPM System" warning ever since I rotated my tires six months ago. Today I took it into the dealer to have them rotated hoping they could reset the system so I'd get rid of the warning message and chime. They said that I was getting that warning because I had too much air in the tires (I have 285/70/R17 Duratracs). I don't think the TPM System is ever triggered by too much air in the tires, just too low of air, right? How can I get rid of this "Check TPM System" message? All four tires are showing air pressure on the EVIC system.

Did you ever get this fixed?

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