Originally Posted by El of Eye
Thanks to all. I have them at 31 right now and was thinking of going lower.
If I understand correctly, once the light is triggered I have to inflate them to 35 psi to get the light off.
I have a Procal now but in the beginning, especially in the cold morning temps, when my tires got to about 26 or so, the light would come on. I always kept them at about 30-32 PSI but the cold temp would set them off. To get the light to come off, I had to inflate them all to at least 35 PSI and once the light went off, I would deflate them back to 30-32. That got old however, get a Procal or a Flashcal.