Question about Vehicle Parts & Accessories
This is your very own deluxe tire pressure warning light! Ta-dum!
All four of your wheels have a peculiar sensor installed on them where you add air to the tires.
You can't see it, but just inside that wheel is a valve stem sensor.
You can see it if you were to take any tire off any of your rims.
That sensor sends a signal to you on-board-computer that one of your tires is going flat, or is below what your computer thinks it should have for tire pressure.
My daughter's 2006 car's computer has the pressure set at 29# for the light to turn on.
Look in the glove box book, or on a front door jamb and see what the recommended tire pressure is.
I think it will be from 35 - 40 # somewhere, a guess.
Carry a dollar tire pressure guage in your glove box to check the tires about once a month.
Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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