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When the batteries are drained or nearing their service life, the TPMS light flashes to signal the driver that they need replacement. A flashing TPMS light can also mean that a part of the system is not working properly. In most cases, the issue stems from a damaged sensor.What causes the TPMS light to turn on?
There are four reasons the TPMS light may come on:Underinflated tires.Overinflated tires.Under- or over-inflated spare tire (if it has a sensor, often found on some full-size spares).A faulty tire pressure sensor: If your tire pressure light flashes and then becomes steady or simply continues to flash, it’s typically an indication that there’s a problem with your ...What is the TPMS light telling me to do?
TPMS LIGHT ON? WHAT IT MEANS & WHAT YOU NEED TO DO. The purpose of the TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) is to alert you when tire pressure is too low and could create unsafe driving conditions.If the light is illuminated, it means your tires could be underinflated, which can lead to undue tire wear and possible tire failure.Why did my TPMS light turn on?
TPMS LIGHT GOES ON AND OFF. When tire pressure(s) are near the level that triggers an alert, fluctuating temperatures may be causing your TPMS light to turn on and off. This typically occurs when pressure decreases over night due to a drop in ambient temperature that causes the light to turn on; the light may turn off when pressure increases ...