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Warning for problem with tire?

When you change tires, you will get a warning about the tires, possible puncture.
How do you reset this?
When i change between winter and summer tires i will get this warning.
The dealer told me but i forgot
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You find it if you go through the steering controls, the picture is a warning light with squiggly line underneath, click ok and you can reset it there
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find Deflation warning system (i think it's in Settings) in i-Mid and then choose "Initialise".
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Read the manual
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Read the manual
yeah, or this ^
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You should re-initialise the system each time you check/change pressure.

The system is really useful and alerted me to a slow puncture on my driver's side front wheel a couple of weeks ago. I was glad to have the tire fixed for only 12 (caused by a screw in the tire). My car has only done 4k miles so tire was worth repairing.

As said, it's all in the manual and done via the i-MID.
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