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TPMS light won't turn off

A TPMS warning light (usually a sign that your have lost pressure) may not turn off if there is an issue with one or more sensors. An alternative reason may be that the system itself is malfunctioning.

If you are concerned about the functionality of your tyre pressure monitoring system, it is best to take your vehicle to a qualified mechanic who will be able to check the system out, diagnose and hopefully repair any issues.

How can a TPMS sensor become damaged?

A TPMS sensor may become damaged due to a myriad of reasons. This can include damage caused by a collision, a puncture, or even exposure to harsh weather conditions.

If your TPMS sensor has become damaged, you may need a replacement. Check with a qualified mechanic to find out the best course of action.

How to find faulty TPMS sensor

To find a faulty TPMS sensor, you can use a TPMS scanner or a diagnostic tool that can read the TPMS codes.

The tool will identify the specific sensor that is not functioning correctly, allowing for proper repair work or a replacement to be carried out.

For diagnostic work on your sensors and TPMS, it is advisable to take your vehicle to a qualified mechanic who will be able thoroughly check your system.