Your car's Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) alerts you whenever the air in your tires have reached unsafe levels. What does it mean when your light comes on? Here are a few possible reasons.

Low Tire Pressure

The most common reason your light comes on is low tire pressure. Use a tire gauge to check pressure and inflate accordingly. In most cases, the light will go off immediately.

Temperature can Affect

If the temperature is especially cold in Selma, your light may be on even if your tires are properly inflated. In most cases, the goes off on its own once your tires have fully warmed up.

It's important to check your tire pressure right away if your TPMS light comes on. If your light continues to stay on even after your tires have warmed up, bring your vehicle to Gillman Honda San Antonio so that we can fully diagnose your problem.


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