It was 17 degrees this morning. Once I got rolling, the "Low Tire Pressure" warning light came on, the PSI started flashing, and the little chime went off. When I checked the pressures, one of the tires was at 27 psi.
The tires heated up to about 32 psi each by the time I got to work, but the indicators never went off. No big deal, I thought it would be off the next time I started the car.
Nope, still on after work. I heated the tires up again, turned the car off, turned it back on, and the indicators are still on.
I have checked the owner's manual and the service manual and cannot find any information on how to turn them off. The owner's manual indicates the warning should stop once the pressure goes above 27 psi. That has not happened.
Does anyone know if you have to physically add air to the tires to get rid of the warning indicators?