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When the Tire Air Pressure falls below the proper temperature, an indicator light
will flash in your dashboard. There are a variety of reasons why this light might
come on even when your Tires are fine. One reason is that Tire Pressure Drop
With Temperature. When the air is cold, it tends to drop. When the air is warmer
or you've been driving for a while, it tends to raise.
The Tire Pressure Light may also come on if you recently had a Tire Rotation And
Balance or had New Tires Near Me installed. New Tires may not have a Tire
Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) to get rid of the Low Tire Pressure Symbol.
The vehicle often may require a relearning process.
Your best option is to manually check the pressure of each Tire to confirm the
problem. After this, you can reset the TPMS to get rid of the Low Tire Pressure
Light on the dash. If your TPMS light remains on, it might be time to take it to a
Repair Shop Near Me where they’ll have a special tool to “re-learn” the sensor.
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