not that I am aware of, I had the same thing happen a few weeks ago and actually all 4 tires were low about the same amount.
I see the updated signature. You lucky dog! You lucky very large dog! Congrats!not that I am aware of, I had the same thing happen a few weeks ago and actually all 4 tires were low about the same amount.
haha word. he is pretty lucky.I see the updated signature. You lucky dog! You lucky very large dog! Congrats!
My guess is that is probably the cause. My low tire pressure light came on when I had only 600 miles on the car. I figured the tires just needed to be topped off, but found a nail in one of the tires when I checked.btw make sure u dont have like a slow leak; i.e- a nail in the tire.
All the tires seem to be equally low. Didn't have enough time (and it was less than 40 degrees) to check for a nail or any foreign objects, but it looks and hopefully is just because of the drastic temperature change. Saturday/Sunday was around 60 and Monday was around 30/40. Cheapest repair first aka the few quarters for air to fill the tires up.
Check them and if it seems to be an issue, make sure to contact your Ford dealer, ryeguy1. If you need further assistance, don’t hesitate to PM me.Driving home from work and the low tire pressure warning light comes on after about 15 minutes of driving (probably due to the big drop in temperature recently). Is there a way to determine which tire it is from the computer?