Why Your Tire Pressure Light Might Be On

April 23rd, 2018 by

Just looking at your tires is often not enough to tell if the air pressure is too high or too low. Many new cars have a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) to let you know if the pressure is correct. If not, you may want us to check out your tires. Stop at Bryden Motors and see how we can help.

Even if you have a TPMS, you should still monitor your tire pressure periodically. There are many reasons why your tire pressure light might be on.

Air escapes naturally over time.
Cold mornings may make the TPMS light come on momentarily.
Hot weather can make tires overinflate.
The tire may have a slow leak.

If your tires seem to be losing air or you’re in the market for some new tires, visit our service center in Beloit. We can inspect your tires or perform any automotive service you might need.
Source: Bryden Motors

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