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I just bought some winter tires, have the TPMS installed.
Problem is, they are not working. I have had it back to the tire shop, and they still cannot get them to work.
Any suggestions?
 

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I'm sure the techs at the tire shop would know that.
They say that they have had problems with Nissans before.
Was wondering if there was a special step with Nissans to get them working.
 

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I would suggest you to just replace that tire and there may be some manufacturing issue as well. You should check some reviews about them before purchasing them.I always prefer to check reviews before getting writing service options which are available on the essayreviewexpert.com/review/edubirdie site which provides the edubirdie website review to many students who want to check work firstly.
 

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I just bought some winter tires, have the TPMS installed.
Problem is, they are not working. I have had it back to the tire shop, and they still cannot get them to work.
Any suggestions?
What brand of TPMS sensors did you buy; if they are some brand-x product from China, that may be your problem. RockAuto.com sells reliable TPMS sensors which I've had good success with.
 
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