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Hello all, I had my Endee repaired at the dealership garage after I crashed it into a curb, with both tires blown and the bridge replaced. When I went pick it up, the mechanic told me that the low tire pressure indicator was on, but that It would go off after a few days of driving.

Please advice, is this true???

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smilie
 

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no, its not. It will go out if your tire pressure is set correctly.
it may take up to a few minutes of driving to shut it off if the tires were low, but if its on constantly, one of the tires is low (including the spare). Or something is wrong.
take it back.
 

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Once I had to drive the car for about 10 minutes, turn it off and then turn it back on for the light to go out. But that's it.
 

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You can also reset it by leaving the key on and going up to each valve stem and holding a strong magnet against it for 5 seconds on each one.
 
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