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Check all 4 tires make sure they are at 36 PSI for winter driving. It will auto clear once the pressure is met.. if not then you have two possible issues a tire sensor or a nail deciding to move in.
 

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TPMS by itself (not low pressure) means there is a signal communication failure with one or more of the tires. It should indicate which wheel has a problem. Do you have an ODBC diagnostic module? If yes, you can check what DTC codes you are getting. It could be failure of the on-wheel TPMS sensor, it could be something with the corresponding initiator.

Typical DTC codes:
31 - low battery on right-front wheel TPMS sensor.
32 - no communication signal from right-front wheel.
33/34 - same for left-front, 35/36 - same for rear-right, 37/38 - same for rear-left

Swap the problem wheel with another. If problem wheel is also a problem is new location, it is the wheel sensor issue. If you got problem in same location, it is the initiator (signal receiver) issue.
 

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TPMS by itself (not low pressure) means there is a signal communication failure with one or more of the tires. It should indicate which wheel has a problem. Do you have an ODBC diagnostic module? If yes, you can check what DTC codes you are getting. It could be failure of the on-wheel TPMS sensor, it could be something with the corresponding initiator.

Typical DTC codes:
31 - low battery on right-front wheel TPMS sensor.
32 - no communication signal from right-front wheel.
33/34 - same for left-front, 35/36 - same for rear-right, 37/38 - same for rear-left

Swap the problem wheel with another. If problem wheel is also a problem is new location, it is the wheel sensor issue. If you got problem in same location, it is the initiator (signal receiver) issue.
Thankyou very much. I rechecked and redid all tire pressure and it cleared.Thanks again.
 
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