Question about 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 3500
Reference: 2006 Explorer XLT Problem: "Low tire pressure" warning comes on when outside temp drops below 50F degrees. Pressure in all tires check good (32 psi) when the warning light is on or off. Warning light will stay on for 2-3 days before resetting, even though the outside temp reaches the 60's. A 30+ minute drive at interstate speeds will also reset it. It's damn aggrevating to have to reset the light every time I start the engine, especially all winter long.Two trips to the dealer service rep got nothing more than "mine does that too", or "they all do that". Have any of you Explorer drivers had this problem? Know of any service bulletin fixes? KC problem with service tire monitor light allway on
32 psiis actually low for a 3500. I have a 1500 silverado that runs 44 psi cold. The tire inflation monitor , monitors inflated cirunference. Sooooo, If it isn'nt round enough, it will let you know. Driving warms up both the air and the tire,off course changing everything again. Pressure is up and tire is bigger. Ask me not how it can tell what is going on with the tire sitting still. I'm only on page 9,000, the answer is here somewher. :-) Well good luck. I do know the above is accurate._Ned_
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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