When you see your tire pressure light come on, you may think that it indicates a serious problem with your vehicle. However, in some cases, the light comes on because it was cold outside the night before. When the weather turns colder, the tire tends to lose pressure. As the car warms up, the tire will regain some of that lost air pressure.

This should be enough to get the light to turn off. The light could also come on because the tire hasn't been inflated in many weeks or months. Tires can lose between one and two pounds of air pressure per month. Therefore, be sure to refill the air as soon as possible to prevent further problems.

If you have problems with your tires, be sure to visit Quality Subaru in Wallingford, CT for tire service. A technician can diagnose and fix the issue in a timely manner.

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