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No way a dealership over the phone could confidently suggest without looking at the car you've driven over a nail or it was your fault even.it could just be bad luck you have and certainly not a fault by the driver..the only way to know if that was the cae or not is to get the tyre inspected or taken off and checked for leaks with the tyre rotated in a bath of water...but they also need to ensure the tyre valve or the pressure sensor is actually working correctly or not..any other questions?
Use an inflation kit??..jeez .. i take it they dont have a proper tyre inflater then..because they wont get an proper accurate reading using that..unless they have pressure tester tool after words.. . But like most of these system including this one the sensors are fairly sensitive to pressure drops of some large degree..they are run by radio frequency to rely info back to the TPMS module in the car....what they shouldbe doing is firstly inspected the tyre inner side and outer side and tread for any issues.then inflate it and then check for leaks soapy water or the tyre taken off and put into a tank of water to see if any bubbles are seen..if not then it fairly likely the tpms sensor is bad..they can only check that with a tpms tool to see if the sensor is sending out a signal or not...
Your welcome..hopefully you get it sorted out..