Modern vehicles manufactured after 2007 are equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) that is designed to alert drivers when one or more of their tires are under-inflated. The TPMS warning light, a symbol resembling a flat tire with an exclamation point in the middle, will appear on your instrument panel when there is an issue with your tire pressure.
Our TIA certified technicians in Monongahela and Bridgeville are trained to diagnose and repair any TPMS issues you may have. If your TPMS light is solid on or one or more tires are 25% below the recommended inflation level, you should have your tires checked and filled to the proper pressure. The TPMS light should turn off once the tire pressure is corrected.
If your TPMS light is flashing when you first start your vehicle and then stays solid, it may indicate a problem with the TPMS system itself, not the tires. Our technicians can test your TPMS system to determine the cause of the issue and provide a solution.
Don't ignore your TPMS warning light. Stop by our shop anytime or schedule an appointment online to have your TPMS system checked and any issues resolved by our expert technicians.