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      10-18-2010, 01:57 PM   #3
dibxna
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Drives: 2015 MW F82 M4
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Originally Posted by VonSwoopington View Post
Put a litte bit of air in and reset the TPMS. I had to do that for the M6 but can't comment on the M3..yet.

The rear tire for the M6 should have been at 36 psi and was around 35psi. I put in a bit and reset the TPMS and the warning went away.
much appreciated. I'll do this after work and update thread with results!

---filled each tire with an additional pound-2 pounds of pressure all the way around and then reset the TPM. so far no problems - thanks to vonswoopington for the saved trip to the dealer!

Last edited by dibxna; 10-19-2010 at 11:10 AM.