Before the new tire install I got periodic messages of low tire pressure one tire at a time as needed. Mostly with lower temp changes. Always remedied with proper tire inflation. I should add that " service tire system" message remains even with proper inflation pressure. Can this system be damaged during a tire change ? Where should I start to fix this problem. I'm pretty sure my Pacifica was built June 03.
Had new tires installed. Ever since " service tire system" message has been on. on 2004 Chrysler Pacifica
by Ray13 in Newark, DE on August 02, 2014
2 answers 5 comments
ANSWER by pushrod on August 02, 2014
Reply here for more info.... I'm tired of giving answers and getting NO response!!!... (IF you still need an answer that is...)
COMMENT by Ray13 on August 02, 2014
I still need the answer.
COMMENT by pushrod on August 02, 2014
Sorry, folks usually do not reply.... Check the spare tire also! If problem persist, have a scan test performed to check data on the TPMS.
COMMENT by Ray13 on August 03, 2014
I just happened to check pressure of spare. Was OK. I'm taking your advice and scheduling a scan test. Thanks
COMMENT by pushrod on August 03, 2014
One of the sensors most likely is the problem... Repair shop OR tire store/shop should be able to fix it right up!
COMMENT by Ray13 on August 04, 2014
Thanks for the follow up.
ANSWER by WrenchWench2 on August 08, 2014
Sounds like your tire sensors are disconnected, or bad. Most places try to replace all these sensors when they mount new tires; but you don't have to.