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Old 04-21-2019, 10:40 PM
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My kids 2013 Cruze showed on the dash read out:

right front 34lbs. Left front 33 lbs
rigjt rear 34lbs and left rear 30lbs

i pumped 5 lbs of air in the left rear.
Checked it with gauge. Left rear was at 35lbs

however on the dash read our left rear reads 30lbs and right front reads 38lbs. (Didnít put air in the front).

Anybody have any ideas.

Car is 6 years old maybe it needs new tire pressure sensors.
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Old 04-22-2019, 03:02 PM
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I have a 2013 Cruze. Have you driven the car after changing the pressures? I noticed that it doesn't change on my display until i get rolling down the road a little.
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Old 04-22-2019, 11:51 PM
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I have a 2013 Cruze. Have you driven the car after changing the pressures? I noticed that it doesn't change on my display until i get rolling down the road a little.
yes. Drove the car 20 miles today and nothing changed.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Gizmo View Post
My kids 2013 Cruze showed on the dash read out:

right front 34lbs. Left front 33 lbs
rigjt rear 34lbs and left rear 30lbs

i pumped 5 lbs of air in the left rear.
Checked it with gauge. Left rear was at 35lbs


however on the dash read our left rear reads 30lbs and right front reads 38lbs. (Didnít put air in the front).

Anybody have any ideas.

Car is 6 years old maybe it needs new tire pressure sensors.
While new sensors might be in your future, to me, it sounds like at some point, someone rotated the tires on the car, but didn't "re-calibrate" the sensors' new locations to the car's computer.
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Old 05-08-2019, 10:57 AM
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Needs a relearn for the sensors. Any tire store can do it. Discount tire will do it for free if you are a customer.
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