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Tire Pressure Sensor Fault..

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Old 09-24-2008, 04:44 PM
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Tire Pressure Sensor Fault..

Had this light go on this week. Had a nail in my sidewall, had to buy a new Contitrac tire-UGG!! and the tire guy said the sensor is loose on the rim, and it may come off soon. A day later I get the fault message. Taking it in Friday. Why can't Ford put the sensors behind the valve stem like 99% of the rest of automakers!!?? The strap design stinks!
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