Having problems with your 2008 Dodge Nitro ?

TPM So i had purchased new tires for my vehicle. The tpm check system light came on. What confuses me theres some days the tire pressure light comes on, and it indicates tire pressure that ranges between 36-40. Ive never had this issue until i put in the new tires

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-02-2018

Answers :

Check the pressure in all the tires write each one down then go to the driversside door and look for a tag that will have the pressure in each tire and size of the recommended tires and pressure dont exceed that pressure or tire size and dont be less than whats recommended if the tires are in specifications then take back to the tire dealer and have them replace the tpm that they damaged
That system is just another electronic control that can be corrupted by Mr. Mayhem (attacked by gremlins?). Think about where the sensors are located-exposed to the elements, subject to road salt and slush, wear and tear, and over the years-maybe in another 3 or 4 years for your car-the wiring gets old, connections get loosened- subject to high resistance, and problems start cropping up.
It sounds like a glitch, probably easily fixed, but you would have to pay for diagnosis and testing. Possible when they put your new tires on they jarred a sensor or it may have pulled out of proper position. If you can live with it, just buy a cheap tire pressure gauge and check your own tire pressures on a periodic basis.
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