Cold Weather Low Pressure Alerts

Are you getting numerous irritating low pressure alarms? Cold weather may be the cause of low pressure alerts on your Tire Pressure Monitoring System.  If you see low pressure alerts, particularly in the morning, they may be caused by the colder weather.

The problem can be resolved by removing the Sensors for 30-60 seconds in the morning when it is cold or cooler. When you place the Sensor back on the tire, a new reference pressure will be set at the lower cold temperature tire pressure which should eliminate these alarms. If you have further questions, please call us at 1-800-521-6820.

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