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Q: Need to repair my radiator and tires.

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My low pressure light for my tires is on. Also, one side of my radiator is loose.

The tpms sensor in the tire may be bad. You will need to take it to a technician that has a tpms scan tool to have it checked out. You may want to check the tire pressure in the tires if they are low the light will come on. The radiator problem may be a loose bolt holding the radiator in or a broken clamp and needs to be checked out by a technician.

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