Several Reasons Your Tire Pressure Light is Illuminated

These are some of the common reasons why the tire pressure indicators in your vehicle have signaled trouble with one or more of the tires.

It could be that you simply drove over something and now it is stuck in your tire. It may be embedded in the tire because of driving on it for so long, so it's difficult to spot. The longer it stays in the tire, the more air is going to simply escape around it.

A change in temperature of just ten degrees can cause the air pressure in each of the car's tires to drop by at least one pound. Now consider the fact that air has been naturally escaping at a rate of a pound every month, and it's easy to see why the lights come on.

Don't risk having a tire blowout, bring the car to UNITED IMPORTS when the pressure indicator light will not turn off.

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