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I have a 2010 SRT8 and the drivers side rear tire sensor came on saying it was at 26lbs. I know this was a false reading because I manually checked the pressure. The part that confused the heck out of me was when I came to a stop during that same drive, the drivers rear went to 37 and the passengers front tire now indicated 26lbs. I parked the car overnight and driving in town today it flipped back to the original error message. Anyone ever heard of this or seen it before? The temps here were in the 50's so I have a hard time believing it's weather related, but I'm up for suggestions. :scratchhead:
 

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Check all the tire pressures, you will probably find one at (about) 26. You cannot trust this system to show you the correct tire position.
 

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Could be bad sensors, might need replaced. I had one on a 2012 go bad within 12k miles
 
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