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tire pressure indicator won't go off

My tire pressure was low in one tire. I filled the tire, however, the dashboard tire pressure indicator warning will not go off. Is there a way to reset this?

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Well i had the same problem. try filling the gas a bit more then 32 psi and it will go away. The problem with the normal tire gas is it contracts in the winter time.

Your best bet is to fill it up with Nitrogen.
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Your best bet is to fill it up with Nitrogen.
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Mine gone away next day but came back after 2 days. since it stays there without any service message.
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My tire pressure was low in one tire. I filled the tire, however, the dashboard tire pressure indicator warning will not go off. Is there a way to reset this?

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How cold is it where you guys are? Mine came on and went back off once the car was in the garage and sat for a bit. This car does not like cold weather.
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Nah, we live in South Florida so cold weather is not the issue
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Nah, we live in South Florida so cold weather is not the issue
It happened on mine after the dealer did a nitrogen fill.
First, it seems to take a couple of drives at pressure to go away
Second, it's VERY sensitive.
Lastly, I had to fill to 34 PSI before they (TPMS warnings) went away for good.
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Oh and I thought you guys were joking with Nitrogen.. wow .. Thanks .. I feel dumber than before..ahaha!!
So you guys would recommend to go over the required PSI.. then deflate a little?

Also, question... when you inflate your tires . How do you check the PSI ? do you use a tire gauge or check on the dash board as you go (which seems kind of a hassle )
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and i though you were laughing just to pull my leg... goodness man..

Now you can check it via the dash board information or you can do is if you go to a nice gas fill up place they have these digital meters that you can set up to fill upt 34 PSI otherwise 32 PSI is standard...

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Oh and I thought you guys were joking with Nitrogen.. wow .. Thanks .. I feel dumber than before..ahaha!!
So you guys would recommend to go over the required PSI.. then deflate a little?

Also, question... when you inflate your tires . How do you check the PSI ? do you use a tire gauge or check on the dash board as you go (which seems kind of a hassle )
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The nitrogen filled tires are usually capped with a green tire valve cap.
I use a digital tire PSI reader when filling either in my garage or at an air pump at a service station. I got the snows on her and still waiting to taker her out - can't stand all the salt rock they use kicking up onto the body. Will see what happens re: tpms and smoke. She's been plugged into a C-Tech recommended by BeerGuy.
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