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Old 09-12-2008, 10:51 AM
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Tyre pressure indicator

I have an alarm says "Check Tyre Pressure and Restart Flat Indicator". So I checked the pressures and found a difference of fronts'.

I have basic question: what happens if my current setting is for high speed over 210km/h but I normally drive at speed lower than that?

Please enlighten my ignorance to importance of meeting correct tyre pressure here. Thanks!
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I have an alarm says "Check Tyre Pressure and Restart Flat Indicator". So I checked the pressures and found a difference of fronts'.

I have basic question: what happens if my current setting is for high speed over 210km/h but I normally drive at speed lower than that?

Please enlighten my ignorance to importance of meeting correct tyre pressure here. Thanks!
That indicate that either one of your tires is out of spec or condition changed and you can go ahead and accept the new tire pressures. My stinking "Check Tire Pressure" have been on for the past couple of weeks and I have put air multiple times. I am hoping I don't have a slow leak. I wish the computer would tell you which tire is out of spec...
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That indicate that either one of your tires is out of spec or condition changed and you can go ahead and accept the new tire pressures. My stinking "Check Tire Pressure" have been on for the past couple of weeks and I have put air multiple times. I am hoping I don't have a slow leak. I wish the computer would tell you which tire is out of spec...
After adding air did you reset?
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After adding air did you reset?
Yup! Still comes up. I wonder if it complains if your tire pressure is too high also.

Another thing is I got the tire valve cover from the dealership and ever since I put them on, I been having the stinking "CTP" crap. Maybe I go back to the other set of tire valve cover I got off ebay and see if it will go away.
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