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Not a bad sign for your drivetrain...sounds solid without any play...Be sure you are inflating all tires to the Tahoe's specs...these tire sizes and air pressures are usually found on the frame around your drivers door...Your owners manual may help too. Many tire stores list the recommended air pressures in their computer system info for most cars and trucks. However, sometimes there system is incorrect. Many owners will inadvertantly overinflate there tires due to the spongy sidewall of the radial tire. Overinflation will also lead to tire noises at take off, and cornering, and stopping. When you decide to look at tire replacements...remember that all tires are NOT the same:) Reading the reviews on-line by other consumers is usually helpful. Hope this helps.
Look at the side of the tire itself, tire pressure is right there. Open the door, look down and see the sticker, the info is right there along with the size of the tires when you need to buy them. Open the owners manual, again the information is right there.
The little horse shoe-looking looking thing is actually supposed to be a cross-section of a tire. That would be your Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) trying to tell you to check the pressure in your tires because it has determined that one or more of them are low.
This is covered in the Owner's Manual.
If you don't have an Owner's Manual for your Hyundai, you can get one HERE
First of all, don't exceed the maximum pressure that is marked on the tire.
Most cars have the tire size and tire pressure listed on a tag on the inside of the front door or the door jam. Usually the driver's side.
If you can't find the "official" tire pressure on the door or the owner's manual, you are pretty safe using between 30 and 35psi. I keep my 2002 Escape at 35psi.
Seance the car manufactures most likely did not produce the tires that are on the vehicle they will only give there recommendations as to the correct tire pressure. Always look around the perimeter of the tire and it will tell you the proper pressure for that tire. hope this helps. Good luck.
These tire pressure monitors are very finiky devices, but the tire pressure does drop cold, it can be a little or a lot depending on the how cold, doesn' the owners manual explain this? If you feel your local dealer does no know what to do to properly address the issue I am providing a link from the owners manual and in it is the contact info for Ford directly.
In the United States:
Ford Motor Company
Customer Relationship Center
P.O. Box 6248
Dearborn, MI 48121
(TDD for the hearing impaired: 1-800-232-5952)