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Hey guys, was hoping I may be able to get some help here.

I have a 2010 LP 560 and the front tire pressure sensors started to go in/out due to low battery. I had the front ones replaced at discount (from what other guys said worked for them here) and now I have a TPMS light that won't go away.

When I turn on the car it will blink for a bit then stay lit. The dash shows the front left/right sensors are Red and the rear two are green.

When I check the tire pressures on the dash (via the stalk/menu controls) I am showing pressure on all wheels.

The discount shrugged their shoulders and said they don't know what to do.

any ideas?

Thanks!
 

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The rear ones need replaced as well. Strange they only told you to do the front. This is normal as you have a 2010 and you always want to replace all 4 front/rear together. It's battery issue and you said you only did the front ones.
 

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I second that. You need to replace all four. They can often still transmit pressure information with a low battery, but will be signalling that they have a low battery which causes the error.
 

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I am starting to think Discount installed the wrong ones in the front. I went to the store that installed them to have them do the rears, and they were not really sure which ones the car needed, and it was a couple months ago so they were very unaccommodating. I decided to not have them do anything else to the car and cut losses

I ordered the correct 4 sensors and will install them/balance the wheels at a friends place that has the tire equipment.
 

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Cool. Where are you located?
 

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Cool,. Colder temps make that go bad faster...
 
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