All of the tires are at 35lbs. They were never low. The Tire Pressure system shows Blanks in all 4 corners. For a test I even put a little bit of air in each tire to see of it would wake up the system. But it didnt. Let me know if there are any other easy checks.
I've had a somewhat similar issue where the sensor on one of my tires was malfunctioning after a tire change. All tires would show readings for a period of time after starting the car and then the tire would trigger the error because it's reading stayed at 58 psi, which wasn't true. I tried changing pressure multiple times then driving to recalibrate and nothing helped. Finally the shop that changed the tire suggested we flip the tire and rim to the other side of the car. We did and when if was driven just one mile the problem stopped but only temporarily. Now it shows in the new position on the car. Good way to prove that the sensor was defective, but I still think changing a tire should not have messed up the sensor to start with.
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