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Welcome to the site. To be honest, there is no real way for us to know how to answer your question. I know the sensors do go bad occasionally. There isn't a way for the technician to damage it unless they take the tire off. So, who really knows? My advice...go somewhere else. Tire service companies replace these regularly for a fraction of the price. I ...


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You need to get a old fashion tire gauge, fill the tires to the required pressure and monitor the tire pressure. Determine which tires are actually causing the problem, check them daily. Once you get some information on them you can go back to the installer. You could have picked up a nail somewhere or you could have a bad sensor. good luck


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An SUV or light truck may give you an easier time with potholes, but whether or not they're actually necessary depends on the specific condition of your roads, and whether you find driving around in a sedan uncomfortable. The design of SUV and truck suspension is about as different from sedans as they are from car to car, but the real difference is as you ...


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Because the vehicle had not left drips of oil where you park it, it would look like it was not a slow leak from a bad oil change. I would guess that a component has failed, such as your engine oil cooler or one of the pipes that connect to it. It is possible that the sump plug or oil filter wasn't tightened enough at the oil change and that because this is ...


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Is it possible that the people who did my oil change didn’t put my oil filter in the right way? Yes, but without proof you will have a very difficult time getting the "oil changer(s)" to do anything about it. You did not mention in your post whether or not the mechanic that was called found the oil filter loose or missing; this could be an important clue ...


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