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Old 05-24-2015, 11:58 AM   #15
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I agree with the comments so far based on about 9,000 miles using the same system. You will also notice that your cold pressure will also change with elevation. We start at about 95 psi at sea level. But will show an 88 or 89 psi cold reading as we head inland and gain elevation.

Also, make sure the sensors are tight on the stem. We were experiencing a slow (very slow) leak on one front tire. The dealer determined that a loose sensor was the only possible answer. We are still monitoring that tire to be sure.
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I agree with the comments so far based on about 9,000 miles using the same system. You will also notice that your cold pressure will also change with elevation. We start at about 95 psi at sea level. But will show an 88 or 89 psi cold reading as we head inland and gain elevation.

Also, make sure the sensors are tight on the stem. We were experiencing a slow (very slow) leak on one front tire. The dealer determined that a loose sensor was the only possible answer. We are still monitoring that tire to be sure.
Each time I take sensor off, when I put it back on I spray it with soapy water just like I do to find a leak in a tire.
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Yes it is normal for the PSI to rise and temp. For those of you getting alarms raise your HIgh PSI to about 25% higher than you run in that tire. If anyone has any questions please feel free to call me I am available until midnight daily 7 days a week.
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