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TPMS light still on...

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by slimcubby, Oct 20, 2008.

  1. slimcubby

    slimcubby [OP] www.slimshidxenonsource.c om Vendor

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    I had a nail removed from one of my tires and the light is still on... it came on the day after Discount Tire patched my wheel. I brought the truck to a gas station to fill up the tire since it was around 3psi below the other 3 tires. So I am around 38-39 psi for all 4 tires with still the light on??

    What is the correct psi for 265/75/16 nitto TG's? I also cannot find a thread for the life of me to reset my TPMS light :( can someone let me know how to do this.

    Thanks everybody!
    ~Slim
     
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    ^ scratch the reset I found my owners manual!! Yes!!! :D

    But as for the correct tire pressure let me know if I am ok at that PSI.

    Thanks!
     
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    Anthony San Antonio Detailer :)

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    ^ They are aftermarket tires though... Nitto Terra Grapplers 265/75/16's
     
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    Looking at reviews of the tire- 65 psi max- and 40 psi starts to have some mpg suffering...so I might bump it up a bit.

    You can tailor your pressure loading to suit you purpose and ride-Lower pressure = softer ride but lower mpg. Higher pressure tends to get the oppsite effect. So play around a bit and see what you like!!
     
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    alright cool i will fill them up to about 45 today since I am below the norm. Also I rather get better MPG since I drive a lot for work.

    Thanks!!
    ~Slim
     
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