Hello, My name isXXXXX will do my best to answer any questions you may have. when the first 2 sensors broke, it probably stores the last pressure at or above 32 psi. when the 3rd sensor failed, it probably stored the pressure below 28 psi causing the alarm.
the third one didnt break only 2 but what do i do to fix the chimming,
can i reset where the information has been stored and can a regular garage reset this cause im having a hard time getting to the dealers
one of the 2 remaning sensors might have failed to cause the alarm before you removed them. the only fix is to install new working sensors. you don't have to go to the dealer for this, you can get them on ebay and have a tire shop install them. after 10 minuets of driving, they will program them selves to the car.
it wont go away if i have regular valve stems?
you might try unpluging the control unit, let me find it's location.
ill be waiting
it is located behind the radio. After looking at the wire diagram, if it is unpluged, the check engine light will come on.
what is your suggetion
sorry to say, but replaceing the sensors look like the only option. I found a set of 4 on ebay for $75.00.
then it will reset itself
yes, after driving 10 minuets or so.
thanks archie ill have to try it what did you type in on ebay
2008 mazda 6 tire sensor.