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Can I turn the tire light off without having max air in my tires on my chev 2008 2500 silverado

Running 60lbs in front and 80lbs in the back makes for a rough ride

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No i dont belive so, you wolud probably have to replace the rcdlr to change the pressure settings but even that might not work

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the dealer will have to do it its a program in the car computer that is set up to monitor tire pressure since you changed the pressure the computer knows the change and is letting you know there is a possible leak.you can have it altered at the dealer only.

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