Question about Ford F-350
I have a 2008 Chevy Silverado and I get that warning all the time. It appears when the tires are low on air pressure approximately 3 pounds low will set it off. Honestly it drives me nuts. I think your truck works the same as mine does just refill the tires to the correct pressure and the light should shut off by itself. There is a electronic device inside your tire it attaches to the backside of the valve stem that is what is sensing your low tire pressure. Just fill your tires to the correct level and I believe your light will turn off. I know it does in my truck.
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Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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