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I just recently updated my wheels without updating the sensors. Everything was fine until today, I get in and the system states 22psi driver rear, I get out to check, looks normal. I was able to check the pressure and it was not 22-24psi. I'm thinking the pressure monitor was damaged in the transfer to the new wheel, just curious about the delay. Now I'm questioning whether to replace the one or the set. Leaning toward replacing the set like I should have done in the first place. Has this happened to anyone? Thanks for the input.
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I just recently updated my wheels without updating the sensors. Everything was fine until today, I get in and the system states 22psi driver rear, I get out to check, looks normal. I was able to check the pressure and it was not 22-24psi. I'm thinking the pressure monitor was damaged in the transfer to the new wheel, just curious about the delay. Now I'm questioning whether to replace the one or the set. Leaning toward replacing the set like I should have done in the first place. Has this happened to anyone? Thanks for the input.
Did you check all tire's?

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A visual check, but used the gauge on the tire with the alert.
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Reason I ask mine read correctly front to rear, but left and right are switched have aftermarket rims

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A visual check won't tell you anything. If you're suspicious that the sensor is inaccurate or damaged, you should check all the tires with a reliable gauge and compare.

What are the readings?


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Check all around with gauge first. If okay, drive around for a but and see if it goes away. If still no, then definitely replace the set.

I get the same issue sometimes when I swap to my front skinnies then back (no sensors in the fronts). It’ll sometimes hold for a day or two after I swap back to my normal setup. It eventually goes away.

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TP is 36 psi, except for the tire in question, bad gauge I'm driving with it read 25psi. Hopefully it's just a leak. I'll have it checked out tomorrow.
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Problem solved, I immediately thought my sensor was damaged when I changed out the wheels, it was a nail. Thanks everyone for the input, I'm usually not paranoid.
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