Is your TPMS Warning Light On? The Tire Pressure Monitor System monitors the inflation pressure
of the tires on your vehicle. If the pressure inside any tire drops 25 percent or more below its
recommended inflation pressure, the warning light comes on to alert you.
Should you stop driving and check your tires immediately? It would
probably be wise to find a safe place to stop or pull over so you can
check the tires. You may just have a low tire that has been slowly
seeping air over a period of time. Or, you may have a tire that is
going flat. The TPMS Warning Light only tells you the pressure is low
in one of the tires, not how fast the tire is losing pressure.
Check the pressure in ALL of your tires, not just
the one that triggered the TPMS Warning Light. Why? Because you may
have other tires that are also low, but not low enough to trigger the
If you discover that one or more tires are low, add air to bring them
back up to the recommended inflation pressure for your vehicle. You
can find this information on a decal which may be mounted in a door
pillar, the glovebox, or in your owners manual (which you should carry
in your glove box).Hope this helps; also keep in mind that your feedback is important
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