Looks like you need to take it to the dealer. If the tire pressure is correct, the TPMS is set too high. The reason it goes off after a few miles is probably where the air is heating up and expanding in the tire, its reaching the setting for the monitoring system.I get a flashing caution light reference low tire pressure on my new GW. Checked tire pressure and its exactly what is recommended. Light goes off after a few miles down the road????
I have TPMS on my 2010. Is there a way to determine tire pressure without a gauge? Just go this one. Thanks.
Mine's done this several times.I get a flashing caution light reference low tire pressure on my new GW. Checked tire pressure and its exactly what is recommended. Light goes off after a few miles down the road????
Thanks for all the input on this.
When I bought my 2012 Wing (first one), I thought TPMS means I'm going to get the actual tire pressure measurement on the GPS screen when you hit Info...
I have this unit, from a previous bike that I"m not using. I thought of maybe putting it on the my bike, since it gives me the actual pressure, but was wondering about frequency interference from the OEM transmitters.. Any ideas?
I suspect this is because of a cold battery inside the TPMS sensor. It's normal for lithuim batteries to exhibit low voltages when first activated, especially in cooler temps. I believe there is even a note about this happening in colder temps in either the owners or service manual. If this is happening below about 45 degrees and the light stops blinking within a few miles after riding, I wouldn't worry about it.