2009 Subaru Impreza Tire Pressure Sensor. Mavis charged me a flat fee of $49.99 to replace the sensor while i had it in to swap off my snows. If there is visible damage and/or any tire is visibly low on air, you should change your tire or call subaru roadside assistance, aaa, or another roadside service provider.
I added air to it and drove the car afterwards, and the light was still on, i googled the problem and found that people said turn the car on and press a button below the steering column,well there are no buttons there. Posted on march 30, 2017 march 30, 2017 author admin It also blinks if one of the sensor batteries are bad.