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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bob2C, Jan 24, 2021.

  1. Bob2C

    Bob2C Full Access Member

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    Has any one had experience with this happening? Tire pressure good but says underinflated. It’s on a 2018 Tahoe

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    No. That’s a bit strange that’s doing that.
     
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    I have many but this isn’t the place or the time.
     
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    Have you tried inflating them all to 40 psi or so -- or deflating them to 30 psi -- checking it then, and resetting them all to 35?
     
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    So now is when you chose to use discretion?:eek:
     
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    Just checked again and it’s gone. Maybe a software glitch. First time I saw this. Weird

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    They can be finicky. I only use the in vehicle tire pressure sensor as a guide and always check mine with a good air gauge. Many times I have found the in vehicle sensor and my air gauge to be slightly different and checked at the same time.
     

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