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    Quote Originally Posted by dave44 View Post
    Ok, gotcha.

    It is annoying every time the weather changes the tire air pressure sensors go off. I didn’t realize how much they were affected by weather.
    Then stop acting like a penny pinching, money grubbing CEO. Spend a few nickels and put nitrogen in tires.
    Common sense ain't so common anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soda Popinski View Post
    that doesn't go off, it pops back up and i have to reset it every time. Pain in the neck really. The only thing that shuts that down is putting air in the tires. And it's always the front driver's side that's blinking on my truck. I guess that's where my weight pushes the air out.
    Yes!!! always the same damn tire. Everytime its cold it tells me the pressure is around 31 others at 36ish...filled it up twice in last 4 months

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    Quote Originally Posted by sk018 View Post
    Yes!!! always the same damn tire. Everytime its cold it tells me the pressure is around 31 others at 36ish...filled it up twice in last 4 months
    the plus side is you can set the pump and watch the pressure rise on the dash until it's good to go. My next set of tires i may spring for nitrogen if it remedies this issue.
    People use statistics the way a drunk uses a street light, for support rather than illumination.

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    These are far superior to monitor the tire pressure with,
    https://www.oreillyauto.com/shop/tir...re-gauge-17472

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustang190 View Post
    These are far superior to monitor the tire pressure with,
    https://www.oreillyauto.com/shop/tir...re-gauge-17472
    spring for one of these bad boys too!

    https://www.oreillyauto.com/flux-capacitor
    People use statistics the way a drunk uses a street light, for support rather than illumination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turner River Terror View Post

    My Buddy says Read The Manuel...It's freakin 590 pages...590. Can't I get the Cliff Notes.
    Time I figure it all out I'll be dead..
    Our sincere condolences.

    Be thankful that you didn't purchase a 2017 Toyota Highlander.

    The owners manual for that beast is over 700 pages long!

    Even worse, there's a second book ... a "Navigation and Multi-Media Guide".

    That one is a mere 390 pages of useless gibberish.

    All the computerized bling-bling is dangerous.

    The driver has to reach over and tap the screen over and over.

    Bring back push-button radios, please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CountryBumpkin View Post
    Then stop acting like a penny pinching, money grubbing CEO. Spend a few nickels and put nitrogen in tires.
    I would love that! But, rotate the tires every few thousand miles. Dodge says 65 in the front and 80 in the back. 20 inch all terrains aren’t that easy to find and many places don’t offer nitrogen. I filled them a couple of days ago ( temp in the 20s). So today temp was 73. Nice, pressure is now 91 in back and 73 in front.

    I need to get a nitrogen tank in my garage.

    By the way, most pay for air pumps at gas stations top out close to 70 apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Nikon View Post
    Our sincere condolences.

    Be thankful that you didn't purchase a 2017 Toyota Highlander.

    The owners manual for that beast is over 700 pages long!

    Even worse, there's a second book ... a "Navigation and Multi-Media Guide".

    That one is a mere 390 pages of useless gibberish.

    All the computerized bling-bling is dangerous.

    The driver has to reach over and tap the screen over and over.

    Bring back push-button radios, please!
    My wife's venza has all that crap with the touchscreen for GPS that also controls the radio. I hate it thoroughly. It's too much to look at while trying to drive. Her ac/heat is also impossible to find while driving as well, so forget it if you're hot/cold you better pull over first.

    We had an 03 Yukon that was 100 times what that stupid venza will ever be, dumb decision to get rid of it for an extra 13mpg.
    People use statistics the way a drunk uses a street light, for support rather than illumination.

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