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    Tire pressue

    Greets!

    Out of curiosity how often are owners needing to inflate their tires?

    TIA!

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    Mines on nitrogen so next to never ; but I check the psi every other Saturday

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    I've never checked mine since I bought the car, since I have TPMS, but I think I'm on nitrogen also. I used to check my pre TPMS Civic Si about every week or two weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13-Premium View Post
    I've never checked mine since I bought the car, since I have TPMS, but I think I'm on nitrogen also. I used to check my pre TPMS Civic Si about every week or two weeks
    Had to put air in two tires last night for the first time myself. Cold and rainy weather is not the best time for the TMPS to go off but glad to have it. The dealer has filled them twice since I've owned my car. Hope info helps.

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    I have yet to have my TPMS go off. Owned the car for almost a year now.
    I have checked once to make sure they were indeed fine about a month ago. Looks to be good.




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    TPMS has gone off twice in 14 mos, the last time was a few weeks ago. I think the change to colder weather may have affected tire pressure. Seems like being 5 lbs low will trip it.

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    Yes it will ,my old 2010 Civic SI would trigger the TPMS light when it was down about 5 psi

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    hi,
    If you have no known problems with your tires, check your vehicle's tire pressure seasonally or before you head off on a road trip.Most people forget about their tires until something goes wrong. The truth is, tires lose pressure daily. In cool weather, a tire will typically lose one or two pounds of air per month.

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    Last edited by hermosaa1444; 12-12-2015 at 05:02 AM.

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    I checked the psi every other Saturday

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