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 #49319  by Malachi
 Sun May 19, 2019 3:21 am
Good afternoon,

For some time now i have had this message pop up on my vehicle and when i took it into a car mechanic they checked my tire pressure it was all good. But I was still having the message so he told me that the only thing he can think of was the receiver inside of the car was bad and i need to replace it. Well i have a 2012 Suzuki Kizashi Sport GTS and we don't have a dealer ship on the Hawaiian Islands and i have tried numerous times to try and find a part to fix it but have no luck so i am reaching out to see if anyone has any information that would help me in procuring this item, or if anyone has a fix i can try. Mahalo for your time.

- Malachi
 #49555  by JL840
 Wed Jun 26, 2019 5:20 pm
I hope someone has a reply for you because my 2010 is doing the same thing, really annoying with all the lights on.

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 #49556  by KuroNekko
 Wed Jun 26, 2019 6:16 pm
Maybe it's your receiver but given the age of our cars now, my bet is that the sensor batteries are failing. This is why the issue will become more prevalent among Kizashis. I really think it's the battery found in each sensor that is dying out after several years of service which is normal.
This issue is well documented among older cars with TPMS and why so many older cars have the warning lights on despite proper tire pressure.
 #49557  by old tech
 Wed Jun 26, 2019 8:24 pm
Im betting on Kuro's advise. You dont even want to think about receiver failure, it doubles as the keyless entry computer and only limited Suzuki service centers could even do this. Your 4 sensors could easily be checked with a Snap-on scan tool. Select tpms and read data. Test drive 1/2 mile and watch working sensors wake up with values and the dead one will have the I D no. and that no. is printed on the body of the sensor. You really should change all 4 with that age. The Kizashi is very picky on on brand of sensors. VDO is original and can be purchased reasonably from ebay (around $25)using the part no. SE1001HP. Registration can be done without any tooling but I find it quite hard to get the car in that mode . I use the Snap-on tool in tpms registration and it works easily. If you dont have access to the 315 mhz exciter tool you can back out the valve cores in order and as they drop 5 psi the sensor will turn on during registration process.