Question about 2005 Scion tC
2005 Scion TC, tire pressure light comes on. Light was reset, and comes back on after a short distance of driving. Pressures are all set to what the tire sidewall says. Car was shut off, when light was reset.
You shouldn't be setting the tire pressure to the max inflation pressure listed on the sidewall, that will likely result in uneven tire wear with the center of the tire wearing out prematurely. You should set the pressures according to the listings in the door jam. Most likely 32-34psi. Also, have you checked the spare tire? Some systems monitor and will illuminate the TPMS light if the spare tire pressure isn't within an acceptable range. The spare is often overlooked when checking tire pressures because of a TPMS indicator.
Posted on May 11, 2010
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