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Having gotten the puncture warning from the iDrive - how do I know which tyre is deflated/deflating...? They all 'look' ok :)

I dont have a pressure gauge at the moment - so just wondered if there was another way?

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Not that I know of - I expect the codes would tell you. Have you been over rough roads lately?

We all get occasional false alarms and a reset will soon tell you......or a real pressure drop of course!!
 

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Not that I know of - I expect the codes would tell you. Have you been over rough roads lately?

We all get occasional false alarms and a reset will soon tell you......or a real pressure drop of course!!
Yup - a pretty rough road alright. Should I just reset and see if it re-occurs?
 

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I replaced the front tyres 2 weeks ago and had the warning twice since.
Just reset it and grab a pressure gauge when you can.
 

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Whoa guys, get it up the local garage/petrol station and on their airline to see which tyre has lost pressure.

If you reset then you run the risk of running a tyre 'deflated' until it is FUBAR and beyond repair.
 
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