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Re: Tire Pressure warning on dash but it's okay??

To prevent this I add 2lbs above placard on the last 60F day of the fall and let it out on the last 60F day of the spring.

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Re: Tire Pressure warning on dash but it's okay??

I set to recommended cold inflation(36psi) once at the beginning of winter and once at the beginning of summer. living in an area that temps range 0-100F its hard to have a single set point, adjusting it twice a year gives a happy medium.
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