Tire Pressure light

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  • #1456

    eddiefico
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    I have a 2006 Nissan Quest van and the Tire Pressure light is on.I have checked the air pressure but the light is still on.What can the matter be. Thanks

    #5257

    dtownfb
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    Make sure you have enough air in the tires. The cold tire pressure for the Quest is 35 psi (see inside driver door to confirm). I think the TPMS light goes off when it drops below 27 psi. A cold morning can drop the tire pressure.

    #5260

    mmmbrown625
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    I see you posted this in November ~ as temps drop outside, your tires need more air. I always have to put a bit more air in the tires of my ’07 Quest as it gets colder out. I believe the previous comment said 37 lbs ~ that is right. The light should turn itself off as you reach the proper pressure.

    #5265

    jma4141
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    I experienced this same problem after replacing my tires. The solution I found was to over inflate the tires by ten psi and after about a mile the light should go out. Then reduce the psi to the proper specs.

    Joe

    #5266

    DSA Jr.
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    Have a 2007 and just had new tires, alignment, front roters turned and new pads. Still during light braking the steering wheel shakes?? Could this be a suspension issue like a bearing or joint worn out? Baffled.

    #5267

    NYQuest
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    Replace the rotors or your back rotors could be warped as well.

    #5274

    mrbigbri
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    posted in wrong section

    #5868

    teds
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    My 2007 quest vibrates when pressing the brakes going down, thats normal its the ABS brakes. You can feel it in your steering and brake pedal.

    #5871

    dtownfb
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    the steering wheel shaking when pressing the brakes is NOT normal. It could be a sign of warped rotors, loose calipers or pads, or other problem.

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