What is the function of your TPMS light?
There are several factors that can cause your TPMS light to come on. We had two customers just today who’s TPMS light was on. Can you believe it, weather related! That is right, weather related, with fall upon us and cooler nights, it can cause your light to come on. Cooler temperatures means tire pressure can fall or leak down to. Vistit us at Gladin Automotive, Inc. for free tire inspection, we will air up your tires to the proper PSI at no charge. Do not ignore your TPMS light , other factors can contribute your light coming on too! Such as cracked or worn valve stems, puncture in the wall of the tire improper inflation of your tires, bent wheel rims, Ignoring your TPMS light can result in poor fuel mileage, increased risk of hydroplaning in rain, sleet or snow , shorter tire life. Remember, if you are unsure, just give us a call or stop by for a free tire inspection.