There have been mixed results. Mine won’t alert until I get below 30. Others have reported higher numbers. You can always use a Tazer to lower the threshold or disable the alert altogether.Most of you seem to keep your tires around 34 PSI, that won't keep the low tire pressure light from alarming ?
I had a bit of wandering at high speeds until I took my Moab to my favorite tire retailer. He Che key my pressure and said the dealer put 41 psi in all of the tires. I changed wheels and tires. He said the put 35psi when cold. I went straight to the interstate and the wandering was gone as well as the harsh drive. No problems with psi alarm.Most of you seem to keep your tires around 34 PSI, that won't keep the low tire pressure light from alarming ?
Did you ever get any follow up on this? I just but aftermarket wheels/tires on and all 4 tires read 38psi but the dummy light came on.For some reason mine is set to default of 37 (I have tazer and have not changed it) and yet my tpms blinks when car comes on and then stays on. Tire screen shows all pressures over 40 after warmed up and always over 37. Yet the tpms will never turn off. Any ideas?