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post #1 of 17 Old 08-20-2008, 08:39 AM Thread Starter
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TPMS psi ?

At what PSI is this thing supposed to come on? Reason I ask is that mine did come on the other day and all tires were above 58 psi (fronts 58 psi and rears 60 psi). I thought that I read somewhere that it was 55 psi which is what the computer was set for? Is this incorrect?
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I think it depends more on what the original PSI the stock tires were supposed to be....I dont think its set the same for every truck.

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2 to 3 psi variation in gauges isn't unheard of either.
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Ok, thanks...
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My truck is supposed to be set at 65/65 but the factory set it at 50/80 as if I had ordered the camper package, it should tell you on the door jam.
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not sure on the ford. but the toyota's have a sensor in the spare also. it may be low causing your tpms light.

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mine came on when the temps dropped to below -20
I checked the tires and they were all at 45 PSI, I only have 500 miles on it and can only assume the guy doing the PDI didn't adjust the pressures

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mine came on when the temps dropped to below -20
I checked the tires and they were all at 45 PSI, I only have 500 miles on it and can only assume the guy doing the PDI didn't adjust the pressures
Thats really low for E range tires. I run 60 all the way around.
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That is what i adjusted the pressures to cold
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Thats really low for E range tires. I run 60 all the way around.

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That is what i adjusted the pressures to cold
gotcha I dont have to worry about it gettin that cold here in oklahoma.
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