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Old 12-14-2010, 11:37 AM
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TPMS stays on in Cold Weather!!??

I live in south texas....cold weather around here is 50 degrees, in the last month or so the temp has got down to 28 at the ranch and when i pulled into the ranch in the morning my TPMS light came on and stayed on for the last week even though the temp. has come back up to 75 degrees during the day still wont go away...it has happened about a month ago but it went away in 3 days....any way to fix this....
and yes of course i have checked my tire pressure and i dont have a low tire
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Mine did something similar, I checked and all mine were ok as well but checked the spare and it was low.

Might look there.
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mine is always on, mind you its always cold haha
i just clear it and not let it bother me.

ps. in your sig it looks like the exhaust is hanging a little low, no?
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mine is always on, mind you its always cold haha
i just clear it and not let it bother me.

ps. in your sig it looks like the exhaust is hanging a little low, no?
yeah the exhaust sits low because i installed a b&w flip over gooseneck hitch...and when i put it in the exhaust had to be dropped down a few inches to clear the brackets where you mount the hitch...once i get my 5" MBRP installed it will be sitting fine
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mine is always on, mind you its always cold haha
i just clear it and not let it bother me.

ps. in your sig it looks like the exhaust is hanging a little low, no?
Clear it as in using the button on the dash to view milage and what not or is there a way to bypass the warnings like you can do with the seat belt buzzer??
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Old 12-16-2010, 04:34 PM
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my TPMS warning also lights occasionally in cold weather (<25F)... since the tire pressures are fine, I decided the in-tire sensors just don't like the low temps... I just clear on the DIC and ignore the TPMS light. I did find the spare low once and it caused the warning, so don't forget to check the spare tire pressure.
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