You beat me to the post. I checked them on the EVIC while on the road and they were at 45 psi. I thought it was odd, but you never know. I then checked the label on the door and it said they were supposed to be at 35 psi. I checked them cold, and they were at 42 psi. Deflated to 35 and rides much better.Just a heads up for all of you new owners. When I got around to manually checking my tire pressures on my new RAM Sport, they were all in the 45-48# range. Check your pressures, since the PDI doesn't always pick this stuff up!:doh:
Not sure about the dirty business side of it. If the tires have worn out because of over inflation then you aren't checking your tire pressure enough so that would be your fault, not theirs.Lack of knowledge, I guess...or dirty business since they'll wear out quicker in the middle.
The TPMS will warn you for under inflation, not deflation.My EVIC says 40 front 42 Rear. I wondered why the ride was harsh. Won't the TPI give a warning for all 4 if I lower all pressures to 35#? Or does it just warn when 1 is lower than the others. I gotta let some gas out, now!
Jim in Pa