Question about 2005 Nissan 350Z
I worked at nissan for 2 years and Benimur your correct it does mean that the tire is low. You may not need to take it to the dealer to fix it unless the sensor is messed but what you do is measure all the tirepressures on all 4 tires find the low 1 and fill it to approx 32-35 pounds and take the car for a drive if the light does not go out then you will need to take it to your local Nissan dealer for sevice
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
To my knowledge, this is an indicator that any one of your tire(s) requires additional air. The PSI is pounds per square inch, the measurement for air pressure, in this case tire air pressure. Incidentally, the horseshoe is actually a cutaway view of a tire.
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