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Hi,

I just purchased a 2013 ridgeline about a month ago. This week was first time the weather got really cold (we went from 24 degrees to 8 in a matter of 2 hours)

the warning light came on showing the pass/rear tire was off. This is my first veichle with that feature, but I've alway been under the impression tires will fluctuate in extream tempuratures. anyway I visually inspected the tire (I know I should have but didn't put a tire presure gage in the truck yet) and it look fine so I did nothing and when the weather warmed up and the light went out.

So the Questions:

1) Am I correct in assuming this is just cold air messing with the tire pressure and there is nothing wrong with my tire or tpms?

2) Does that happen to the rest of you? if you so what do you do about it?

I read in another post if the tpms light is on the traction controll doesn't work. That could be a problem in a minnesota blizzard. Plus if I add air when the temp is at 8 above the tire will be over inflated when it warms up.

Anyway thanks for any help your able to shed. this is a really great site.

MNice
 

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Thanks for the fast replys, that really helps I'll add a few pounds to each tire if can find a day above freezing again.

Thanks for clearing up the question about the VSA also that makes way more sense.

Happy thanksgiving all!
 
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