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''low tire pressure'' warning light on despite all 4 tires have correct 35 PSI cold. 2007 Escape Hybrid, outide temp is 38 degrees F.

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This is covered by warranty if it is not just a low pressure concern. Did you chek your owner manual to see if you need to reset? Did you check the spare?

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