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Tire Pressure discrepency

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City
New Hope
State
PA
Country
United States
What I Drive
2019 Type R
#1
Hello. I have a 2019 Type R and I constantly get "low tire pressure" readings. As per the tire sticker on the driver's door, they say the pressure should be 35 psi on the front tires and 33 psi on the back tires. The tires themselves say 51psi. I used to keep the tires at 35 and 33psi, I now keep the tires at 45psi and I still get the the "low tire pressure" warning. Has anyone else felt with this issue? Where do keep your tire pressure level at? Thanks all!!
 
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City
Doraville
State
GA
Country
United States
What I Drive
2019 Civic Type R Competition White
#2
Hello. I have a 2019 Type R and I constantly get "low tire pressure" readings. As per the tire sticker on the driver's door, they say the pressure should be 35 psi on the front tires and 33 psi on the back tires. The tires themselves say 51psi. I used to keep the tires at 35 and 33psi, I now keep the tires at 45psi and I still get the the "low tire pressure" warning. Has anyone else felt with this issue? Where do keep your tire pressure level at? Thanks all!!
Do NOT run at 45psi. The ‘low’ tire pressure warning cones on when it senses one tire isn’t rotating at the same speed as the others. This system does give false positives from time to time. Use the 35/33 like the placard says.


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