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Old 11 Mar 2007, 04:42 pm
Larry in AZ
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Default 2005 Pilot Tire Pressure

Our Pilot has remote pressure sensors, which are frequentlyly giving me low
alerts for all wheels, at one time or another. This happens at least once a
month.

32 psi is recommended, and that's what I try to keep in them.

Vehicle has Goodyear Integrity tires, as supplied from the factory.

Are these tires notorious for losing air, or could it be the tire/stock wheel
fit is bad..?

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Old 12 Mar 2007, 09:00 am
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Default Re: 2005 Pilot Tire Pressure

I was told that it measures a difference is pressure, so if all the tires
were 10 lbs you wouldn't get a warning (dealer told me this).

My wife's gave a warning when it was sub-zero, but all were 32 lbs. Was
told this is common.

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"Larry in AZ" <usenet2@DE.LETE.THISljvideo.com> wrote in message
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> Our Pilot has remote pressure sensors, which are frequentlyly giving me
> low
> alerts for all wheels, at one time or another. This happens at least once
> a
> month.
>
> 32 psi is recommended, and that's what I try to keep in them.
>
> Vehicle has Goodyear Integrity tires, as supplied from the factory.
>
> Are these tires notorious for losing air, or could it be the tire/stock
> wheel
> fit is bad..?
>
> --
> Larry J. - Remove spamtrap in ALLCAPS to e-mail
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> "A lack of common sense is now considered a disability,
> with all the privileges that this entails."



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Old 12 Mar 2007, 10:20 am
Larry in AZ
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Default Re: 2005 Pilot Tire Pressure

Waiving the right to remain silent, "G-Man" <g_foreman@yahoo.com> said:

> I was told that it measures a difference is pressure, so if all the tires
> were 10 lbs you wouldn't get a warning (dealer told me this).


Hmmm... That doesn't make much sense. Not you - your dealer. I'll have to
research that a bit. Thanks.

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Old 12 Mar 2007, 02:23 pm
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Larry in AZ wrote:

> Our Pilot has remote pressure sensors, which are frequentlyly giving me low
> alerts for all wheels, at one time or another. This happens at least once a
> month.
>
> 32 psi is recommended, and that's what I try to keep in them.
>
> Vehicle has Goodyear Integrity tires, as supplied from the factory.
>
> Are these tires notorious for losing air, or could it be the tire/stock wheel
> fit is bad..?


Integrity's suck, period.

How many miles on them? They are not known for lasting very long.
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Old 12 Mar 2007, 06:13 pm
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"High Tech Misfit" <me@privacy.net> wrote in message
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> Larry in AZ wrote:
>
>> Our Pilot has remote pressure sensors, which are frequentlyly giving me
>> low
>> alerts for all wheels, at one time or another. This happens at least
>> once a
>> month.
>>
>> 32 psi is recommended, and that's what I try to keep in them.
>>
>> Vehicle has Goodyear Integrity tires, as supplied from the factory.
>>
>> Are these tires notorious for losing air, or could it be the tire/stock
>> wheel
>> fit is bad..?

>
> Integrity's suck, period.
>
> How many miles on them? They are not known for lasting very long.


Agree: Had them on a Lexus RX 300. Cheap!


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Old 12 Mar 2007, 10:57 pm
jim beam
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Default Re: 2005 Pilot Tire Pressure

Larry in AZ wrote:
> Our Pilot has remote pressure sensors, which are frequentlyly giving me low
> alerts for all wheels, at one time or another. This happens at least once a
> month.
>
> 32 psi is recommended, and that's what I try to keep in them.
>
> Vehicle has Goodyear Integrity tires, as supplied from the factory.
>
> Are these tires notorious for losing air, or could it be the tire/stock wheel
> fit is bad..?
>


does it have sensors on the valves or is it relying on wheel velocity
sensor differences? if the latter, you need to keep the tires regularly
rotated and clean the sensors of they have crud accumulated after the
winter.
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Old 15 Mar 2007, 07:22 pm
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If you don't like them now, wait until you have to replace them!

High Tech Misfit wrote:
> Larry in AZ wrote:
>
>> Our Pilot has remote pressure sensors, which are frequentlyly giving me low
>> alerts for all wheels, at one time or another. This happens at least once a
>> month.
>>
>> 32 psi is recommended, and that's what I try to keep in them.
>>
>> Vehicle has Goodyear Integrity tires, as supplied from the factory.
>>
>> Are these tires notorious for losing air, or could it be the tire/stock wheel
>> fit is bad..?

>
> Integrity's suck, period.
>
> How many miles on them? They are not known for lasting very long.

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Old 17 Mar 2007, 09:25 pm
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Art_Vandolay wrote:
> If you don't like them now, wait until you have to replace them!
>


How can you spell your own name wrong??

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