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Old 28-04-11, 07:28 AM   #1
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Hi,

After start up, I will get a all OK message on the display. Just after that it will say, "Precision OK" What does that refer to?

What is the standard wheel sizes for the car?

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Old 28-04-11, 10:14 AM   #2
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Hi,

After start up, I will get a all OK message on the display. Just after that it will say, "Precision OK" What does that refer to?

What is the standard wheel sizes for the car?

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Tyre pressure monitor? Just a guess!
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Thanks, trust them to confuse the masses. Why could they not have just said so.

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Stevo is correct.

The french translation for pressure is pression.

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Stevo is correct.

The french translation for pressure is pression.

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Yep, it's tyre pressure - though my pug reports "pression ok", then tells me the tyre pressures are not being monitored - go figure!

As a rule of thumb, if a test item appears on my screen, so long as it says passed/ok/good - I'm not really bothered what means
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Do my tyres look like they are inflated was always good enough for me anyway! Even when we had the Leon with the monitor I still checked pressures regularly.
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I don't get the "pressure oK" message one mine - does that mean the pressure sensors have been disabled - they did work when I took it for a test drive cause they beeped at me, but nothing since. Do wander if the garage's quick fix to the dodgy sensor was a trip to Pug to deactivate, as I had a tyre down to 15psi and no warning
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Could be deactivated. Mine says pression ok, even though I know the pressures are not monitored. I still get the pressure not monitored after about 2 mins of driving - if you don't get even that then I would suggest that monitoring has been disabled by Peugeot.

Pretty sure someone here wil be able to sort out how to re-activate it again though
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