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Tire pressure for my ‘19 RR Sport should be 33 and 37 psi. However, on deliver they cake filled to the max settings and the tpms was set to those presssures. I aired down to the recommended settings on the door placard but the tpms won’t recognize those pressures as sufficient. It keeps giving me the warming that I should be at the max. Is there a way to reset the monitor to recognize 33 and 37 as filled?
 

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Yeah that worked. Thanks. I found the instructions in the manual. Still a little disappointed because in my previous car, I could put whatever pressure I wanted in the tires and then set the TPMS to monitor that pressure. It was a sporty car that had real low profile tires so I liked to keep the pressure in the low 30s for more comfort. My RRS is plenty comfortable anyway so it’s not a big concern. Just would have liked the option.
 

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You have to turn the car on but not the engine to get those menu items. I think it’s tire pressure or tire info or something. You can also change the settings for load at the same time.


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This is not at all uncommon to be missed in PDI. Tyres are overinflated for the crossing and kept that way for land transport. It is one of the check list items for the dealer to drop tyre to match the label on the door jamb.
 
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