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kwrspec
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recently my car started to illuminate the inflation tire pressure light.
i read the owner's manual and it said that the coldness can illuminate the light
and the tires themselves didnt look like it lost pressure so wat should i do? go to a dealership and have it checked out? or is it something i shouldnt worry?
 

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Cold air is more dense than warm air, the slight change has caused the light to come on. When it warms up outside the light will turn back off or you could put a little air in each tire to get the light to turn off.
 

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kwrspec
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ok thanks thats all i needed to kno :)
 

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+10000 to what RKB said

If you're filling your tires up with air, just make sure not to overdo it. I think the PSI in there should be around 32lbs

Someone correct me if I'm wrong
 

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+10000 to what RKB said

If you're filling your tires up with air, just make sure not to overdo it. I think the PSI in there should be around 32lbs

Someone correct me if I'm wrong
Nope, according to the manual and side sticker in the driver side door jam, all tires should have 35 psi.
 

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Ahhhh ok! Yeah I've never looked at the manual or door jams. But all the tire pressures were at 34 or so when I parked her.


35psi it is!
 

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Also check that the pressure is the same in all four tires. I had my tire light come on a couple of weeks ago, and when I put air in them I found that one of them was at a much lower psi. Turned out there was a bolt in it :ugh: It was a quick and cheap fix from a tire shop, though.
 

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i have always run 40psi all around stiffer ride but longer tire life.
 
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