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      07-17-2010, 10:27 PM   #25
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Originally Posted by M3V8Driver View Post
Hmmm, this has me curious. There's nothing broken. There's really no weight to the sensor at all, so I doubt that was throwing anything off. And like I said, when reinstalled the OEM pads and plugged the sensors back in after the weekend was over, no warning lights. In fact, I was getting two warnings; 1) pads, and 2) tire pressures (since I was running track wheel/tire setup with no TPMS).
If you had the sensors unplugged from the car,you would get the warning as the circuit is not complete.What I am doing is leaving the sensor plugged into the car but not in the pads,which is why the sensor needs to be tied up so it does break and cause the warning.