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  • Offline Dariusz

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    TPMS SENSOR PROBLEM
    on: Oct 01, 2018, 12.57 pm
    Oct 01, 2018, 12.57 pm
    Welcome friends. I have a problem with the TPMS sensor in the rear tire. There is adequate pressure and the red light is on. what's the problem?

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    Re: TPMS SENSOR PROBLEM
    Reply #1 on: Oct 01, 2018, 01.23 pm
    Oct 01, 2018, 01.23 pm
    Hi mate, it could be your actual battery in the sensor, unfortunately if it is, You'll have to replace the whole sensor. Mine seem to last 3 years and then replaced.

    Glen

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    Re: TPMS SENSOR PROBLEM
    Reply #2 on: Oct 01, 2018, 06.17 pm
    Oct 01, 2018, 06.17 pm
    Is there a Message that appears in the Instrument Panel Display,
    when the Ignition is switched on, in conjunction with the "Red Light" ?

    Page 52 of the Owners Manual provides the answer ....

    Last Edit: Feb 15, 2020, 05.43 pm by Coconut

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    Re: TPMS SENSOR PROBLEM
    Reply #3 on: Oct 01, 2018, 07.56 pm
    Oct 01, 2018, 07.56 pm
    Just had to put a new rear TPMS in mine this week. 99 plus vat, but the dealer had an offer on, 2 for 175 plus vat. Just went for the one and now we all know what will happen!!!! Especially as the front is 5 1/2yrs old and the rear was only 3. The red light was getting on my wick but would sometimes connect and the light would go out, but come on again, but I wanted to wait till I needed tyres.
    Last Edit: Oct 01, 2018, 07.58 pm by 1675

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    Re: TPMS SENSOR PROBLEM
    Reply #4 on: Oct 02, 2018, 02.14 am
    Oct 02, 2018, 02.14 am
    *Originally Posted by Dariusz [+]
    Welcome friends. I have a problem with the TPMS sensor in the rear tire. There is adequate pressure and the red light is on. what's the problem?

    I saw what Coconut posted, but this is but one of the low battery (low voltage) problems I experienced early on.

    Dariusz; What year is your bike, and what other low voltage issues are you experiencing?

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    Re: TPMS SENSOR PROBLEM
    Reply #5 on: Oct 05, 2018, 03.21 pm
    Oct 05, 2018, 03.21 pm
    Mine is doing this also, gives me a low pressure warning rear tyre but the read out is good and when checked manually it is good also (40psi-41psi). Won't do it for dealer, even when I took a picture of it, they said everything checked fine. Annoying.
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    Re: TPMS SENSOR PROBLEM
    Reply #6 on: Oct 05, 2018, 09.49 pm
    Oct 05, 2018, 09.49 pm
    A weakened battery in the sensor can show low battery for a long time and it will still work still work.  The issue is worse in cold weather, too.  One press of the "P" button will turn off the "TPMS low battery rear (or front)" message and return the display to the audio source.  Does so on mine at anyway.
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