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Hello. Ive recently bought a 2005 407. Its actually in good condition for its age and mileage.

I brought it knowing this message pops up. It says tire pressures not monitored. I was thinking of disabling it but talking to the bloke I had it off he says hes already had that done.

Any advice?

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If message pops up after about 30 minutes driving its not been disabled properly. Easy to do but need pp2000

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Message pops up straight away after you start the car. Where can I get the software from. Also could I use the usb to obd cable that I use on my bmw with the inpa software or are cars cable specific?

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" Tyre Pressures not monitored"
This pops up because one of the sensors has stopped working or someone has fitted an ordinary valve to the wheel.
All 4 sensors need to be functional for the system to work.
If one is missing/not working then the error message appears.
They're not expensive.
Get it on Planet.
Find out which wheel is defective and change the sensor.
 
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