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Properly inflated tires will last longer and provide better fuel efficiency, driving experience, and overall handling on the Seguin roads. If you don’t know how to put air in tires, the service department at San Antonio Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM can tell you more in this guide. We will show you the ropes of each step and talk about the amount of air you should add to your tires.
Even if you’ve never adjusted your car’s tire pressure on your own, it’s not too hard if you have a guide. To add air to your tires, follow these steps below:
It’s worth noting that the air hose gauges at many gas stations aren’t 100% reliable. This is often due to the fact that driving causes the tires to heat and the inside to expand; this increases the tire pressure. Above all, you’ll want to avoid overinflating the tire. Use the air hose to add air in short bursts and make sure that — regardless of what the second reading is — you only top up what was lost before visiting the dispenser.
If you do add too much air — don’t panic. Simply release some of the air. Press the pin on the tire valve with the back of the air hose nozzle, or use the small knob on the back of the rounded end of the tire gauge. And most importantly, don’t give up if you have to adjust the pressure more than a few times. It takes practice!
You can find the recommended tire pressure for new CDJR vehicles shown on a sticker inside the driver’s door. If you’re unable to find a sticker, check the owner’s manual; there, you’ll find everything you need to know about your car’s tire pressure. Generally, passenger cars suggest 32 to 35 psi (pound per square inch) when they’re cold. To get the most accurate reading you can, check the tire pressure after the car has cooled off. When inflating your tires, keep the following in mind:
After you properly inflate your tires, the tire pressure light should go off on its own. If it remains on, there are a few actions you can take:
Tire pressure sensors often use a battery, and a flashing tire pressure light can often be a sign that the battery needs replaced. It could also indicate a problem with one of the sensors. Either way, you’ll want to schedule service at San Antonio Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM near New Braunfuls. We can diagnose the problem and get you back on the road safely.
If your tires are underinflated or your CDJR car needs tire service, contact us online or or call us at 210-405-1562 to learn more about our services. Make sure to browse our MOPAR® service specials as well!
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