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I think thats also why they went away from dash readouts of tire psi, the fact that many of the monitors were not so acurate in reporting of psi (which also sucks because i do believe they are quite expensive)
That said, i still wouldnt mind a dash readout on gen II muranos
I think there have been other threads about people complaining of having to run 2-3 psi higher than the door sticker in order to get the light to go out and they werent real happy about it.
I don't agree with the assertion that higher PSI links to tire or rim damage in today's wheels. The lower the pressure, the farther the tire will deform when hitting a pothole or object in the road, while the higher the pressure, the less the tire will deform. This is well known to contribute to wheel damage in very low profile tires, but the Murano's factlry wheel/tire combinations aren't that low in profile. Provided the tires aren't hard as concrete, there should be less effect - especially with low profile tires, which the Murano does not have.
Question for the guru's!
What would cause the sensors to all of the sudden show up as ** on the screen?
Kind of odd that my MO is all of the sudden doing this.
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