36 on the sticker? I thought it was supposed to be 33. Anyway, low temperature doesnt help, thats most likely the issue.
Yes sensor is in the tire and is part of the valve stem assembly I had this same thing happen to me shortly after picking mine up from the dealer...they had forgotten to top the air in the tires off and it was late at night so didn't want to keep them from their families...went and got my air compressor topped them all off and had to drive a few miles at normal road speeds for the warning to turn off...was kinda cool getting to experience the nissan smart fill system though for the first time cause as I topped each one of the tires off to the correct pressure my car would beep at me to let me know it was done with that tire lolI will check on this again when the wife gets back home with the car.
She took it today. <g>
When I checked yesterday they were all fine except the front.
I expected it to resolve itself after I added air.
How does it monitor the pressure?
Is the sensor in the tire?
Long life battery and NFC or something?
oh wow so they're senstive lil suckersJust one! They suck! Lot of other manufacturers seem to use the same type of valve stem though, metal stem secured by a metal collar retaining nut. Another common way they break is from overtightening, spec is only 12 in lbs, or just enough to hold it in there, air pressure will hold it in anyways. But lots of techs reef them down like lug nuts... haha.