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Old 29-09-18, 09:42 AM   #1
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Default tyre pressure warning on 2015 expert tepee

hi can anyone in the Birkenhead area held with a problem on a 2015 expert tepee comfort. Long story but the gist is put the spare wheel on and this has triggered the tyre pressure warning light. All four tyres with the pressure sensors are now back on the van but there is no way to get the warning light off. The on screen menu where it says 'define vehicle parameters ' is pixilated and the Peugeot dealers say it is not available on this van. So how do you clear the fault and reset pressures ? Could someone with Peugeot planet local delete the tyre pressure warning from the ECU ?

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hi can anyone in the Birkenhead area held with a problem on a 2015 expert tepee comfort. Long story but the gist is put the spare wheel on and this has triggered the tyre pressure warning light. All four tyres with the pressure sensors are now back on the van but there is no way to get the warning light off. The on screen menu where it says 'define vehicle parameters ' is pixilated and the Peugeot dealers say it is not available on this van. So how do you clear the fault and reset pressures ? Could someone with Peugeot planet local delete the tyre pressure warning from the ECU ?
When having a new tyre replaced for my MOT an ordinary valve was replaced and now and again the warning "TYRE PRESSURES NOT MONITORED" would flash up for a short time then disappear.
I enquired with my local Peugeot dealer and he told me it would cost in excess of 200 to replace the ordinary valve with a Peugeot Monitor Valve or it would cost approx. 180 to disengage the system.
I told them to forget it as it does not cause to much concern at the moment ...but when the other tyres need replacing that is a different matter...
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If you post last 8 of VIN we can check if TPM was fitted when it left the factory

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Hi thanks for the replies its FZ025551
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Service Box says it was fitted as standard so dealer is talking out of his rear

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INFLATION PRESSURE LOSS INDICATOR LOSS OF INFLATION PRESSURE INDICATOR EU STANDARD 64.02

Is it still in Warranty ?
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Service Box says it was fitted as standard so dealer is talking out of his rear

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INFLATION PRESSURE LOSS INDICATOR LOSS OF INFLATION PRESSURE INDICATOR EU STANDARD 64.02

Is it still in Warranty ?
thanks for the info
no just outside warranty

can anyone help with a tpws delete through Peugeot planet I have PM d Gibbo but no reply as yet
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The only problem you may have is if its listed on MOT test sheet as fitted as if the light does not cycle it can be a fail.

The rule applies to all Sept 14 onwards for cars and N1 Vehicles (if TPM fitted) which i think may include your vehicle
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