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Why am I getting this warning when there is no problem?

I am getting this warning light on my 575 that stays on which as you can see from the attached photo shows a tire pressure warning light for the left rear, but at the same time it shows that the pressure is normal at 35 PSI (after driving), which is not low. So why would this warming light come on and stay on if there is no problem with the tire pressure? Is it possibly also checking the brake pads to see if they are worn past a certain limit or something?

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Clyde- TPMS sensor batteries are wearing out and the ECU is telling you they need to be changed. Huf-Beru RDE004.

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Thanks Terry!
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when did you have changed those batteries TPMS sensor ? They are ok for about 4-5 years.
They are inside a wheel integrated on air valve, item 3 on picture.
Beautiful carbon steering wheel and dash board, can we have some pictures?


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when did you have changed those batteries TPMS sensor ? They are ok for about 4-5 years.
They are inside a wheel integrated on air valve, item 3 on picture.
Beautiful carbon steering wheel and dash board, can we have some pictures?


https://www.google.it/search?q=Huf-B...w=1200&bih=678
Thanks so much for the Diagram explanation and the compliments as well Fabio.
I don't have any more recent photos of my interior other than these that I took last year before I installed my new Carbonio Carbon Fiber Paddles. You can see my original Carbon Fiber Paddles (which I kept) in these photos. I found them too short. All the newer Ferraris have longer paddles. Hope you enjoy the pics, I take more as soon as I can and post them here.
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Thanks so much for the Diagram explanation and the compliments as well Fabio.
I don't have any more recent photos of my interior other than these that I took last year before I installed my new Carbonio Carbon Fiber Paddles. You can see my original Carbon Fiber Paddles (which I kept) in these photos. I found them too short. All the newer Ferraris have longer paddles. Hope you enjoy the pics, I take more as soon as I can and post them here.
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Clyde,
the carbon interior is very nice, also the paddle but as you tell they are short ...
Also i would to install Carbonio Carbon Fiber Paddles, they are very nice, i have sended an email but they not answered me ..
I try again ....
How long you have your beautiful 575?

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Fabio, there are some carbon fiber Challenge Stradale type paddles out there if you like something inbetween. These are what I ended up with (minus the wheel).
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Clyde,
the carbon interior is very nice, also the paddle but as you tell they are short ...
Also i would to install Carbonio Carbon Fiber Paddles, they are very nice, i have sended an email but they not answered me ..
I try again ....
How long you have your beautiful 575?
Hi Fabio,
In fact I did install Carbonio Paddles on my 575 but I haven't taken a recent photo of the interior to show them, that's why you can't see them. I purchased my 575 last September, and was only able to drive it a little over a month before storing it for our Canadian winter. I took it out of storage in April, and have been enjoying it ever since. I am attaching a few photos I took of it at this past weekend's FCA Bernacci Drive event. I would love to be able to drive it in Italy, you are very lucky to have Italian roads to drive yours on. I remember the road from Milan to Firenze is a beautiful one with many tunnels to hear the sound of the engine.
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Fabio, there are some carbon fiber Challenge Stradale type paddles out there if you like something inbetween. These are what I ended up with (minus the wheel).
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Hi Bill,

The Carbonio Carbon Fiber Paddles are much longer and easier to work than the ones you're showing, and the Carbon Fiber matches the weave on the 575 so they look as though they were original equipment. Have a look at the size difference between the standard and the Carbonio's here.
http://www.carbonio.com/performance/...75paddles.html
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Clyde- Nice photo. Those are my paddles, photo taken with my wife's Nikon.

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Thanks Clyde, yes I am familiar. It's a taste thing, I prefer the CS version (just a little longer) as they look closer to our stock pieces. They are very nice quality too. Here is one more pic on the car.
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Clyde- Nice photo. Those are my paddles, photo taken with my wife's Nikon.

Yes thanks Terry, I posted it to show Bill that the Carbonio's are longer than the ones he was recommending
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Thanks Clyde, yes I am familiar. It's a taste thing, I prefer the CS version (just a little longer) as they look closer to our stock pieces. They are very nice quality too. Here is one more pic on the car.

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Yes they do look very nice Bill
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Thanks Bill,

i search often on web .... the best solution i think is from "Carbonio", as advised from Terry.
On my 575 there aren't carbon parts, but I think that the carbon paddles will be good view.

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Thanks Clyde, yes I am familiar. It's a taste thing, I prefer the CS version (just a little longer) as they look closer to our stock pieces. They are very nice quality too. Here is one more pic on the car.
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Bill,
The CS Carbon Fiber Paddles is very good to see, and i think also to drive ....
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It is not just the looks, but the longer paddles are much more functional. For instance, you can use the turn signal lane changer and downshift at the same time. The longer paddles are a huge ergonomic improvement. Look good, too.
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It is not just the looks, but the longer paddles are much more functional. For instance, you can use the turn signal lane changer and downshift at the same time. The longer paddles are a huge ergonomic improvement. Look good, too.
I agree completely Terry, thanks for recommending them to me to begin with, I am so happy I installed them.
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Clyde, Terry,

I'm buying those now ....

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