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My tire pressure montioring system light comes on for a minute or two after I turn the igniton, then goes off. What is the deal? The tires look fine. is it an indicator malfunction or do i just need air in the tires? or what?

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  • swooz472 Sep 30, 2009

    Will do. Thanks.

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    mike loshbough May 11, 2010

    have your tire pressure checked it should be 32 psi when the tires are cold.The tire light will reset after the proper tire pressure is put in.

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The indicator seems to be the one at fault. For a cross-check why don't you get your tires filled correctly(air pressure) and observe if the indicator still behaves in the same manner............sodeep

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  • It should come on for several seconds after you start the car as a normal self check. Staying on for a minute or two is unusually long. So...here's what you do: check the air pressure placard in you driver's door jamb & adjust the pressures(with a known good gauge) to agree with what Chrysler says.
  • See if the light goes out after a few seconds
  • If not & it still takes a minute or two then reduce the pressure in one tire by say...8 lbs. Drive the car for 5 minutes very carefully
  • If the light stays on continuously then the system is doing it's job!
  • Readjust the air pressure immediately and after driving again the light should go out.
  • Is it still covered by warranty?

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