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A little over a month ago I had my truck at the dealer for an oil change. It happen to be a cold morning a few days before the service and my low tire pressure light had come on so I asked them to check it out.
I was waiting for my truck and noticed it was sitting in the delivery area so I asked what was up. The service manager told me they were waiting for the tech to reset the light. He told me it was a free service for the first year but after that there would be a charge. I told him that I assumed that after the tire pressure was adjusted the light would reset automatically. He said no that it would need to be brought in for service. WTF!!
Two days ago we hit 13 degrees over night so low and behold when I get in the truck that morning the light is back on. What are we suppose to do, hang around our trucks with a tire gauge and a air hose every time the temperature changes? Is there a way or tool that I buy to do this myself? I don't have the time to stop by the dealer every time the weather changes.
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