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How Adjust tire pressure gauge?

As it says above, so my tire is giving more reading than a new one iam sure its wrong i checked with other gauges thanks

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Sounds like it needs a new check valve if it's reading low.

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  1. Step 1 Let the tires cool before checking their pressure (tires are more inflated when warm, less when cold).
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