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Old 03-31-2010, 01:09 AM   #1
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tire pressure sensor fault

Here's the skinny:

I just bought an 08 focus SES, drove it off the dealership lot Monday. I still have my fusion on lease for another month so I haven't really driven the focus. I took it up to the auto parts store 2-3 miles down the road earlier today, and drove it home from the dealership when I picked it up, that's about it. Today I drove it ~30 miles to work and just before I got there(all freeways) this stupid error came up.

Anything worth worrying about? Since it's a ford CPO this should be covered in the 3 month comprehensive warranty if this is a bigger issue, correct?

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Old 03-31-2010, 08:48 AM   #2
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Does it have after market wheels?
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Posted via FF MobileObv. should be warr. if fault, fault code or tps light? could be sensitive, or even slow leak. Get it checked, so there is a record of the prob. at the dealer in any case... (covers your butt in case of prob. later) 3 mo.? - I would think that was just extra coverage for "wear" items not covered under reg. warr..
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