Posted by Brunette Amou on Sunday, 15 September, 2019 05:04:28
For safer summer drives, check tire pressure! Check and adjust your tire pressure before heading out. When it comes to your vehicle's recommended tire pressure, there's no reason to guesstimate. Use our handy online tire pressure tool to find it in just a few clicks! With this number in mind, grab your tire pressure gauge, get down to
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Across large sections of the United States, the significant seasonal temperature fluctuations can really wreak havoc on tire pressure. If a recent vehicle service check involved tire pressure verification and adjustment, drivers can be particularly confused by a surprise tire pressure warning light.
All our tire store locations are equipped to help diagnose and fix any situation involving TPMS alerts or low tire pressure. Just drive up to the designated air check area at any of our Discount Tire stores and ask to have your tire pressure checked.
Check your owner's manual for the location of the TPMS (or Tire Pressure Monitoring System) reset button. Put the key in the ignition and turn it to the "on" position, but do not start the car. Press and hold down the reset button (sometimes located under the steering wheel) until the low-pressure light blinks three times.
Under-inflated tires can lead to a host of problems, from poor handling and fuel economy to premature wear from too much flexing and overloading—never mind the risk of a blowout. Checking your tire pressure monthly is the best solution. Not sure how to check tire pressure? You're not alone.