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2006 Nissan Frontier: sensor light..correct tire pressure in my tires

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my 2006 Nissan Frontier tire sensor light has stayed on even when I have the correct tire pressure in my tires. Can I correct this problem cheaply?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Nissan
Expert:  Jay replied 6 years ago.

Jay :

Hello and thank you for using JustAnswer.com

Jay :

What did you set the tire pressures at?

Customer:

35psi

Jay :

How far have you driven the truck after you set the tire pressures?

Customer:

hundreds of miles

Jay :

then you have driven it more than plenty of miles

Jay :

Since the light has not reset, then you could have a bad sensor

Jay :

To determine this all the sensors need to be reprogrammed to determine which sensor is the problem

Jay :

Dealer should only charge you 1/2 hour labor to program them. If one is bad, they should only charge you another 1/2 hour to break down the tire to replace the sensor and balance the one tire. So a total of 1 hour.

Jay :

Some auto repair shops may have something to clear the tire light, I don't know about reprogramming the sensors.

Customer:

thank you I will check with some repair shops and get some estimates.

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