2019 Nissan Sentra tire pressure?
Is this the tire pressure light? If so, why? I got new tires last week..
- STEPHENLv 73 months ago
OK, so you got new tires. But the ****** guy that fitted the tires didn't do the pressure properly.
- gLv 74 months ago
Yep, that is what it is.
Either you have insufficient pressure in one or more of your tires. Or, you have a failed TPMS sensor.
- thebax2006Lv 74 months ago
If the (!) TPMS light wasn't on before you got new tires the guy changing the tire likely ruined one of the transmitters which is part of the valve stems.
Look to see if they put rubber valve stems on a wheel. They are to be metal if a tire has a transmitter style tire valve stem. Take it back and make them fix the problem.Source(s): Mitsubishi Master Tech
- RonLv 74 months ago
What the hell does having new tires have anything to do with it? New one's can lose pressure too. That being said, a sensor out of place can set that light
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- 4 months ago
It might be something wrong with the tire pressure sensor. It mite be bad. Nothing to worry about. It's just a sensor to let you know if you have a leak in your tire.
- Anonymous4 months ago
Yes. Check the tire pressures.
- A Yahoo UserLv 74 months ago
Yes, that's the tire pressure warning indicator light.
Yes, you should check the pressure in all of your tires.
Why: insufficient information. Examples:
- one of your tires might have a puncture
- large change (decrease) in temperature lowers tire pressure
It could be another reason.
- RickLv 74 months ago
go by what it says in the owner's manual ...................
- .Lv 74 months ago
Yes. Tires are very sensitive to drops in the temperature. Keeping your car inside the garage should help that problem.