can we delete this thread somehow?; i feel like a dumbass for not knowing the warning light would go off after i put air in the tires to the correct cold weather psi that it says on the door.
My main issue with it is it not having adjustable limits. That and it can become downright inconsolable at times if it thinks your perfectly inflated tires are low it'll constantly nag if you dare operate any of the other dashboard features and inconveintly hiding the tire pressures . Funny part is it doesn't behave this way if I straight up don't have the TPMS sensors on the car like is the case with my winter wheel setup. It just turns the light on and leaves me alone.TPMS on these cars is not so bad. Years past they were more expensive to replace. The kia ones use a separate sensor with provisions for accepting a standard valve. In the old days the valve/sensor were one unit. Honda uses indirect tpms - no sensor at all. Loss of pressure is detected by the speed sensor.