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Hello All,



I think someone already had asked about the tpms display, when you are driving goes blank () and when you are parked you can check tire pressure and recommended pressure.

my RRS came from factory with 20" wheels, I looked at the book but I can't find info on how to change the size of the wheels or the comfort setting, I'm with 22"s trying to get a recommended pressure.
I'm running 37/42 interested in what you guys are running for comfort


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thanks for sharing that image, I have the same numbers, but the RRS is telling me I set light load, is there an option to change values to normal? I have 37/42 almost normal load but I get a msg when turning ignition on that Im running light load
 

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Aha, I was a bit confused in the beginning too, then figured it out.

When it says that, it's not actually basing it on your tire pressures. There is a setting you set, i believe like this: vehicle set-up>TPMS>option to select light or normal. You select which one you want the TPMS to monitor for. Hope this helps.
 
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