cover it with black tape.
DRTYAZN said:from what you are describing, the psi is sufficient, yet the tire pressure sensor system is not recognizing them as being properly inflated... with only 400 miles, I hope you're not running the spare... there is something wrong with your sensor system, go to your stealership and have them fix it... supposedly the light supposed to come on after one of the tire's pressure is below 30psi, then after airing to sufficient psi (over 30), the system supposed to recalibrate itself and reset after about 3-5 miles of driving... (supposedly...)
Now that is definitely a line of crap from your stealership... your towing shouldn't interfere with the signal from the sensors, and your tire pressure doesn't change that drastically with towing... I am led to think that, based on your symptoms, the sensor assembly might not be getting a complete seal... there are a couple of rubber seals that are supposed to be changed out each and every time you replace tires, however these seals could have gone bad and the only way to find out would be to break down the tires and replace the rubber seals... I'm not sure what kit number are for our sensors , but I'm sure one of TT OEM vendors here have it avail, or just hit up a local tire shop if you are fed up with the stealership crap...Grnhead said:Wait...if the light starts to flash and then goes to solid that means there is a problem with the sensor? ... I was told by the stealership since I run more PSI in my tires there is nothing I can do about it....
This is what happens to me too, with or with out my TT. I haven't done anything for it because I'm getting tires Friday:upsidedowGrnhead said:Wait...if the light starts to flash and then goes to solid that means there is a problem with the sensor?
I run 38-42 psi in my tires because I get a little better gas mileage and I tow a heavy boat a few times a week.
Every time I hook the boat up, the light will start to flash for a few minutes then go to solid for a few minutes then turn off and stay off until the next trip...any thoughts there?