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Old 12-15-2013, 05:40 AM   #1
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I have a 13 JKUR with stock tires/wheels. The other day I got in and the low pressure indicator came up under the gear indicator. In the EVIC a display popped up showing my right front tire flashing, and a message saying inflate-37. All of my tires showed a pressure of 33/34 including the one flashing. Maybe this is a dumb question, but is that saying I need to inflate to 37?

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from what I have seen the alarm goes off at 33psi and will not stop nagging you until it hits 37 psi again. When it hits 37 you can go back down to what ever you run(above 33) You can also get a procal (or other) and change the alarm settings to different PSI.

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from what I have seen the alarm goes off at 33psi and will not stop nagging you until it hits 37 psi again. When it hits 37 you can go back down to what ever you run(above 33) You can also get a procal (or other) and change the alarm settings to different PSI.
x2 they go off when it drops 4psi below the 37psi recommended psi.
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Old 12-15-2013, 09:48 AM   #4
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The system likes to see 37 PSI. I run 39 PSI in mine and have never had a issue, even on cold mornings, when I have less than 37 in mine.

Also make sure that you are using a accurate digital gauge, when airing your tires....
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Thanks guys. Seems pretty obvious, but I don't remember what the pressure was prior to the warning.
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Old 12-15-2013, 12:35 PM   #6
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Thanks guys. Seems pretty obvious, but I don't remember what the pressure was prior to the warning.
Look at the placard on the edge of your door. All vehicles have this.
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Old 12-15-2013, 07:37 PM   #7
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Inflate them to 37, and itll drop to 35 when they warm up. mine were down to 30 the other day after my last aircheck in july (last rotation as well) we, at discount tire, reccomend that you get the air checked every month so this doesnt occur. good luck
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Old 12-15-2013, 08:04 PM   #8
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Inflate them to 37, and itll drop to 35 when they warm up. mine were down to 30 the other day after my last aircheck in july (last rotation as well) we, at discount tire, reccomend that you get the air checked every month so this doesnt occur. good luck
you have that backwards unless you are trying to say something else. Tire pressure drop when it is colder not warmer.
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you have that backwards unless you are trying to say something else. Tire pressure drop when it is colder not warmer.
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