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Old 05-04-2012, 02:13 PM
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2009 Altima Coupe TPMS light flashes 8 times then solid

When I fire up my 2009 AC the TPMS light flashes 8 times then is solid on. Is there a way to fix this? The tire pressures are correct and I've only got about 60k on the car.
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Old 05-07-2012, 01:42 AM
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One of the sensors might have gone bad or need a new battery. Best bet would be to take it into a dealership and have them check why it's flashing.
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You wouldnt have happened to get new wheels would you?
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yea, the sensors are in the wheels themselves. Same thing happened to me when i put on the G35 wheel i got. They have the same sensor as our stock but they just have to be reprogrammed to the car.
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^ truth, but i thought each model was specific to itself, so they have to be transferred from the stock to the new ones?
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Infinity and Nissan are the same thing.....just that car has to re-learn the new sensor. Even if i swapped other stock wheels, i'd have the same issue.
Each sensor has its own unique signal it puts out that the car locks onto. if that signal is disturbed or just not there...you get the flashing/static tpms light
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Yeah thats what i thought
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