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Old 05-13-2021, 12:06 PM   #1
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Retraining TPMS

Has anyone lowered the tire pressures on their newer motorhome. We have a 2021 Allegro RED 340. I've dropped the tire pressure to the tire manufacturers spec for the weight on the coach and now have a low tire indication. DUH!
How did you reprogram the TPMS system?
Do I need to take it to a Freightliner dealer or is there a procedure that I can do?
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Keep in mind when you operate your tires by a load/inflation chart, that is the minimum air pressure to support the corresponding load; which means your tires are operating at 100% capacity all the time, there is no reserve.
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I use Pressure Pro TPMS. Remove them for 1 minute, while adjusting the pressure and when placed back on the tires the adjusted pressure is the baseline.
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