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Old 11-19-2010, 10:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Swisher View Post
Like I said in a previous thread, after one week I love my truck.

Quick question about tire psi:

Twice in the first week I've turned the truck on in the morning and got a low psi warning. Both mornings were cold, so I was wondering if that's just a normal thing. This morning for instance, by back left tire was at 28 and the others at 30.The first time I noticed the number would go up, but the warning never turned off. I had to fill it up to about 36 before it finally went away.

So, is this just an outside temperature thing, or do I need to have something looked at?

Thanks!

Yes, tire pressure goes down in cold weather. That is why you check your tires when cold and inflate to the factory recomended pressure at that time.
The thing I would check in the above is that one tire is lower than the others and may have a leak. Over inflating is not the answer.
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