Tire pressure monitor "service tire sensor system"

Tiny
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  • 2004 CHRYSLER PACIFICA
  • 147,000 MILES
I just changed out one of the tire pressure sensors because it was leaking. I now have a "service tire sensor system". Error on the dash readout. Is there any way to clear this without going to Chrysler?
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Thursday, October 27th, 2011 AT 2:43 PM

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Tiny
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Okay, after you set the tire pressure to the correct pressure the procedure is easy.

Inspect all tires for proper inflation pressure, once the proper tire pressure has been set, the TPM system warning will reset automatically when the vehicle has been driven for at least 2 minutes at or above 20 mph (32 km/h).

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TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING

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The Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPM) system monitors air pressure in the four road tires (excludes spare). Pressure in the spare tire is not monitored.

There is a sensor (transmitter) in each of the vehicle's four road wheels. The system alerts the driver when tire pressure falls outside predetermined thresholds (pressure too low or too high). A message is then displayed in the instrument cluster.

Depending on Build Date, the vehicle's TPM could be controlled one of two ways. Early Build vehicles have a system that is controlled through the Compass Mini Trip Computer (CMTC). Later (Normal) Build vehicles have a system that is controlled by the Sentry Remote Entry Module (SKREEM). When Diagnosing the TPM, to determine if the vehicle has an Early or Normal Build system, use the DRBIII(R) scan tool accessing the SKREEM to determine if it has TPM capabilities.
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