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My car tells me when the pressure is out of whack and since our temperatures have not fallen yet I haven't gotten my lighted reminder!
Nina Hollander, Broker
People do this?? I share that I have the best mileage with my car because I've never had to put gas in it . . .
Wow, Larry -- you sound like my Dad. The temp changes haven't been dramatic but good vehicle safety is always a good idea.
Troy Erickson AZ Realt...
Yes because I had to buy a new set.
Just had new tires put on my ride so I hope they're up to pressure. A red light lets me know when I'm low.
I think mine need more air, too. I got the warning light yesterday, so I'm bringing in today.
Good Wednesday morning Larry. I do keep an eye on my tires and rotate them every 5000 miles.
Good morning Larry. I check on a pretty regular basic, I like to keep them a little lower during the winter months, because of the snow, 32 pounds instead of 34.
I just had my maintenance check and they did add pressure to the tires.
No, but I had the winter tires put on a couple of weeks ago.
We just noticed the same thing Larry Johnston
Larry Johnston , No I have not. Thanks for the reminder. It's time to check out the tires and fluids. I would hate to get stranded in the cold.
Spring and Fall, always...my car tells me what the tire pressures are on the gauges so I can see if they need attention.
Just got a new set along the way, just after leaving your house, I hope they got the pressure right.
With the first drop in temperature my car really scared me by giving me all these "check your tire pressure" messages. I did check, diagnostically and it was fine, just on the lower range; adjusted it.
Already have done so and do so regularly. I do have TPS in my wheels.
my son just showed up this morning to fill all 4 tires of my BMW....the cold temperature creates that periodically in high performance tires, especially....
Larry Johnston I have not physically checked the tire pressure yet. Haven't noticed any change in driving yet.
With our couple snowstorms, my light came on for the tires, and yep, they were low.
OnStar tracks that for us
We don't have that problem here.
That's a big drop. It is not that cold here but I have seen my low tire pressure sensor go off and normally it has been about 2 pounds.
YES, mine were down and when i got an oil change had them pump them up.
We don't have such extremes in temperature, Larry, so I just let Honda servicing check them out when I bring in my car for its normal routine service. Besides, I have a signal in the car when the tire pressure isn't right... so far no signals!
Thank you for the reminder.
My vehicle tells me about the number of #'s in each tire. I had a drop in pressure last winter when it dipped to around 57 degrees. Once I started driving it went back up. Not really an issue down here in the tropics
Larry, luckily the weather does not change much here! Our idea of a cold spell is a warm day for you!
There are several # of pressure drop between cold and warm(in rolling motion). Honda mechanic adjusted my tire pressure when warm. Within one day the controller claimed my tire pressures were low. I waited cold next AM and calibrated the computer. In Indiana, you may not want to have high tire pressure to increase the tire traction for road condition.