Re: 02 Overland
I have an 04 WJ and have been receiving this message for the last month or so when I start up "TIRE SENSOR BAD / MISSING"
I am trying to figure out what to do also. Wish I had some insight for you. I tracked it I thought to the right rear sensor as that psi wasn't fluctuating like the rest. And then a few days ago that one began to fluctuate. I tried to retrain them and no luck. I checked with a regular gauge and each tire is right on with the info on the display. I was ready to buy another set as the life of the sensor battery is between 5 and 7 years, and they can't be changed, the sensor needs to be replaced. I was ready to order a new set of sensors, but don't want to find out that's not what the problem is, since the one began to fluctuate again and the message is still up each time I start. I have been told to try a dealer and they can determine the issue with a scanner they have, I am going to see if my mechanic has that scanner.
Silver 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Special Edition I6 4.0
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