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Old 16 Dec 2011, 09:35 am
Doug
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Default 2010 CR-V low tire indicator

Ok, I got the low tire indicator on my CR-V and now I put air into all
of them = 34 psi per my gage when the outside temp was 56 F. I
haven't driven it yet since putting in the air. Max tire pressure
says not to exceed 40psi and these are the stock tires= Bridgestone
Dueler H/T 470 size 225/65R17 's. Tread has only 650 miles on it.

I know the manual says to bring it back to the dealer if the low tire
indicator doesn't respond so that makes me ask.... how many driven
miles should it take to respond? If outside temps matter, I'm
guessing around 60 F degrees.
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Old 16 Dec 2011, 09:50 am
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Default Re: 2010 CR-V low tire indicator

On 12/16/2011 10:35 AM, Doug wrote:
> Ok, I got the low tire indicator on my CR-V and now I put air into all
> of them = 34 psi per my gage when the outside temp was 56 F. I
> haven't driven it yet since putting in the air. Max tire pressure
> says not to exceed 40psi and these are the stock tires= Bridgestone
> Dueler H/T 470 size 225/65R17 's. Tread has only 650 miles on it.
>
> I know the manual says to bring it back to the dealer if the low tire
> indicator doesn't respond so that makes me ask.... how many driven
> miles should it take to respond? If outside temps matter, I'm
> guessing around 60 F degrees.



It's been a few weeks, but I'd guess soon after driving, maybe within 2
miles. My Light came on after owning the 2011 Fit for 8 months. All 4
tires were within 6 pounds under the normal 32 psi. The spare was 15
pounds under the normal 60 psi. Dealer inspection's a crock :-(
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Old 16 Dec 2011, 09:54 am
Doug
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Default Re: 2010 CR-V low tire indicator

On Fri, 16 Dec 2011 10:50:31 -0500, Dan Wenz <djwenz@verizon.net>
wrote:

>On 12/16/2011 10:35 AM, Doug wrote:
>> Ok, I got the low tire indicator on my CR-V and now I put air into all
>> of them = 34 psi per my gage when the outside temp was 56 F. I
>> haven't driven it yet since putting in the air. Max tire pressure
>> says not to exceed 40psi and these are the stock tires= Bridgestone
>> Dueler H/T 470 size 225/65R17 's. Tread has only 650 miles on it.
>>
>> I know the manual says to bring it back to the dealer if the low tire
>> indicator doesn't respond so that makes me ask.... how many driven
>> miles should it take to respond? If outside temps matter, I'm
>> guessing around 60 F degrees.

>
>
>It's been a few weeks, but I'd guess soon after driving, maybe within 2
>miles. My Light came on after owning the 2011 Fit for 8 months. All 4
>tires were within 6 pounds under the normal 32 psi. The spare was 15
>pounds under the normal 60 psi. Dealer inspection's a crock :-(



Thanks Dan. I wish I measured my tires before putting in the air but
that's a moot point now. I'll try to drive it around town today. I
didn't do my spare as it's not a part of the low tire indicator per
the manual. Thanks again for the help.
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Old 16 Dec 2011, 10:08 am
Dan Wenz
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Default Re: 2010 CR-V low tire indicator

On 12/16/2011 10:54 AM, Doug wrote:

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>
> Thanks Dan. I wish I measured my tires before putting in the air but
> that's a moot point now. I'll try to drive it around town today. I
> didn't do my spare as it's not a part of the low tire indicator per
> the manual. Thanks again for the help.


You're welcome, but check the spare just in case :-)
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Old 16 Dec 2011, 04:06 pm
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Default Re: 2010 CR-V low tire indicator

In article <8bome7pnnpgl8r0vfrj3n0lliv1gm772hm@4ax.com>,
"Doug" <noemailaddress@msn.com> wrote:

> Ok, I got the low tire indicator on my CR-V and now I put air into all
> of them = 34 psi per my gage when the outside temp was 56 F. I
> haven't driven it yet since putting in the air. Max tire pressure
> says not to exceed 40psi and these are the stock tires= Bridgestone
> Dueler H/T 470 size 225/65R17 's. Tread has only 650 miles on it.
>
> I know the manual says to bring it back to the dealer if the low tire
> indicator doesn't respond so that makes me ask.... how many driven
> miles should it take to respond? If outside temps matter, I'm
> guessing around 60 F degrees.


On my 08 Fit, after adjusting the tire pressures; the light went back
off immediately after starting the car.

Erik
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Old 16 Dec 2011, 07:30 pm
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Default Re: 2010 CR-V low tire indicator

On 12/16/2011 9:50 AM, Dan Wenz wrote:

>
>
> It's been a few weeks, but I'd guess soon after driving, maybe within 2
> miles. My Light came on after owning the 2011 Fit for 8 months. All 4
> tires were within 6 pounds under the normal 32 psi. The spare was 15
> pounds under the normal 60 psi. Dealer inspection's a crock :-(


Not for them, it's not. They got paid<g>

Did they at least clean the glass and remove the plastic protectors from
the interior as they were "dealer prepping it" [which means attaching
their dealership logo crap to YOUR car]?



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Old 17 Dec 2011, 11:01 am
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Unquestionably Confused <puzzled2@ameritech.net> wrote in
news:4eebf0d2$0$17284$a8266bb1@newsreader.readnews .com:


> Did they at least clean the glass and remove the plastic protectors from
> the interior as they were "dealer prepping it" [which means attaching
> their dealership logo crap to YOUR car]?
>



When I bought my first,86 Prelude,the dealer stuck on his namebadge,and I
saw it,went back inside,and made him remove it while the glue was still
fresh.

I'll tolerate a license plate frame with a dealer name on it,but no
stickers/badges,please and thank you. I'd prefer the car not have ANY
badges on it. (I'm not fond of chrome,either...)
On my Acura Integra GS-R,theives first took the GS-R plate,than a couple of
years later,someone took the Acura name and symbol badges off the trunk
lid,gouging up the paint in the process.
If they had asked,I've have GIVEN them the badges.They're just one more
thing to clean and wax around,dirt collectors.
If they must,they can mold their brand name in the bumper covers and
plastic trim....

--
Jim Yanik
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Old 17 Dec 2011, 12:04 pm
Elmo P. Shagnasty
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Default Re: 2010 CR-V low tire indicator

In article <Xns9FBE7A80820ADjyaniklocalnetcom@216.168.3.44> ,
Jim Yanik <jyanik@abuse.gov> wrote:

> When I bought my first,86 Prelude,the dealer stuck on his namebadge,and I
> saw it,went back inside,and made him remove it while the glue was still
> fresh.


Way back when, mid-70s, my brother bought a new Corolla from the local
Toyota dealer.

As was their practice, they put a sticker--a sticker, dammit--right on
the metal part of the bumper.

He saw that when he went to pick up the car, and he told them he didn't
buy a car with their sticker on it, so they'd have to fix that--and
removing the sticker wasn't the answer, because that would damage the
bumper.

He made them put on a new bumper (well, I presume they just switched
with a car that didn't yet have the sticker on it).

It was a bit of a fight, but he wasn't going to sign the papers
otherwise.

Just remember, in a sales game, you own the ultimate tool: your feet.

But you lose that tool the very moment you sign ze papers.
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Old 17 Dec 2011, 04:01 pm
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Default Re: 2010 CR-V low tire indicator

"Elmo P. Shagnasty" wrote

> As was their practice, they put a sticker--a sticker, dammit--right on
> the metal part of the bumper.


When I got my very first car (ok, my parents bought it for me), I specified
to the dealer "NO [dealer] EMBLEM." Back then it was a nice chrome piece
that required two holes drilled into the back of the trunk in order to
insert the above referenced emblem. No thank you. Yes, the car was delivered
without the emblem.

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Old 17 Dec 2011, 04:21 pm
Elmo P. Shagnasty
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In article <jcj3fu$l4c$1@dont-email.me>,
"Howard Lester" <howardxtlester@verizon.net> wrote:

> "Elmo P. Shagnasty" wrote
>
> > As was their practice, they put a sticker--a sticker, dammit--right on
> > the metal part of the bumper.

>
> When I got my very first car (ok, my parents bought it for me), I specified
> to the dealer "NO [dealer] EMBLEM." Back then it was a nice chrome piece
> that required two holes drilled into the back of the trunk in order to
> insert the above referenced emblem. No thank you. Yes, the car was delivered
> without the emblem.


There's a monstrous Ford dealer around here that sticks a huge
barn-door-sized emblem on the trunklid or back of every vehicle. The
salesdroids swear that they can't make it so the emblem is NOT on the
car; that's done right after the car comes off the truck. The best they
can do is remove the emblem prior to delivery.

Not good enough.
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