|02-07-2013, 05:46 PM||#1|
Drives: 2010 Camaro 2SS
Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Parker, CO
TPMS Sensors Read 2 to 3 PSI low in Denver?
I noticed that when I check my TPMS sensor readings on the car computer and compare that with mechanical gauge readings at each tire that there is a 2 to 3 PSI difference.
I'm guessing the lighter air in Denver has something to do with this because the sensors are probably calibrated for sea level.
Has anyone else in Denver noticed this?
2010 Black Camaro 2SS
|02-11-2013, 10:13 AM||#2|
Drives: 2014 BRM 2SS/RS, 2011 IBM 2LT/RS FI
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Longmont, CO
I have noticed this from the beginning, and it's a little frustrating. I also noticed that the Pirelli's had a pretty big difference between pressure cold and hot. My Nitto Invo's don't have as much variance. The most annoying thing for me is the warning light when I know full well that the pressure is just fine.
Riki, driving Nadia, "Blue Devil" a Brand New 2014 2SS/RS A6 BRM w/Silver Rally Stripes
MRT Cat-back Exhaust, Injen Cold Air Intake, Gill Stripes, Door Spears, Eibach Lowering Springs and Anti-Sway Bars, Bo White Ported Throttle Body, Window Tint
Mods Coming Soon:
Headers with High Flow Cats and more to come I'm sure
Dyno Coming Soon
1/16/14-Placed order at dealer > 2/18/14-Order produced > 3/14/14-Vehicle delivered to customer
Gone to a new home: Eva "Blue Devil" - 2011 2LT/RS M6 IBM w/White Rally Stripes & Gill Stripes