Oh just start a new one, we can take it.Jay said:Yes, there will be a tire pressure warning. Apparently it is a requirement, but it worked out nicely that the ABS system can serve that function.
A minor detail, but seems useful. I don't have further- it was mentioned to me in passing at the LA show whe I was there on Sunday. btw the folks were excellent and I learned a lot about the car. too many random posts going on right now to figure out where to summarize the info.
Yeah, but after the whole Explorer/Firestone mess, there was talk of making them mandatory for all cars (sheesh). Personally, I think it's usefull when using low profile tires, as underinflation is not very apparant on those due to the very stiffer sidewalls.Ridgemanron said:tire pressure monitor is usually associated with run-flats. maybe a
run-flat option is in the works as an
'either- or' selection?