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Tire Pressure Monitor Fault

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So for the past few days, I've been getting a "Tire Pressure Monitor Fault" message with the low tire icon on my dash. It stays for the day, even after shutting off. Then in the morning it's gone. Then later in the day it's back on again while driving. Tires are all at 35 psi, and they are literally brand new. The only thing I would add is that I just bought a new set of 2013 take-offs so maybe it has something to do with them? But it's my understanding that I should get a sensor fault instead of a monitor fault if it had something to do with the wheels. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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