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Every October, my low tire light comes on when the weather starts getting colder. I decided to avoid the light and put 38psi in each tire. I know 32psi is what is recommended, but I put in 38psi to last the year. I also put 60psi in the spare tire. This is a friendly reminder for those in northern climates.
 

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yup everyones lights are lighting up like christmas trees lately around here. I do 38psi all around all year. It's not too much over recommended that it gives bad tire wear and should help with mpgs. I don't have the tpms in my new wheels so my light is always on. I need to just check them on my own every few weeks. Old school style.
 

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Hi


mine stays on all year long

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reason,
I have a bad rear left tpms sensor, that's 240.00 parts and labor at the dealer
 
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