Question about Dodge Ram 2500
Look on the inside of the door.It should tell you what the proper pressure is for the front and back tires.I do believe it is about 70-80 psi for that class of truck.Once you have inflated the tires to proper pressure,the light should go out on it's own.Sometimes it is necessary to drive the vehicle for awhile so the air can expand.If that does not work,have the TPMS checked by a tire distributor.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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