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  • avatar karjunkie 02/25/09 10:02 am PST

    Your TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) has tripped because one or more of your tires are under the minimum PSI allowed before the system is tripped. I'm sure the tires will do need about 32 psi minimum to reset back, so one or more tire(s) is probaly 28 psi or lower. Once you fill up all your tires to the minimum pressure, you'll be fine the next time you start up. Don't forget that the TPMS system also monitors the spare tire if you have one! Good luck!

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  • karjunkie 02/25/09 10:02 am PST

    Your TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) has tripped because one or more of your tires are under the minimum PSI allowed before the system is tripped. I'm sure the tires will do need about 32 psi minimum to reset back, so one or more tire(s) is probaly 28 psi or lower. Once you fill up all your tires to the minimum pressure, you'll be fine the next time you start up. Don't forget that the TPMS system also monitors the spare tire if you have one! Good luck!

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