Re: TPMS Sensitivity?
Originally Posted by ColdCase
Hollywood, The back tire (flashing) is the one that tripped the presure warning (all four are independent). That tire's air pressure probably went lower than the trip point for a moment. The EVIC displays current tire pressure which may be above the trip point. It will continue to flash until the warning resets (the reset point is a few psi higher than the low trip point). My rear driver side seems to be the one that always trips the sensor.
My sensors seem to indicate about 3 psi lower than a gage, I tried a couple.
Thanks for this info! I appreciate it!
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