my tire sensor light came on showed one rear tire had no pressure then the other one showed that then after i stopped and checked the tires the light went off could it be that there was some snow or i

Jean Smit

Asked by Jean Apr 07, 2013 at 02:25 PM about the 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt

Question type: General

could it be that there was some snow ice on the sensor has not done it again

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It wouldn't be snow or ice. The TPM sensors are inside and normal temperature fluctuations should not set them off. It usually takes quite a bit of variance over a length of time to set them off but the change of pressure due to driving may have done it.

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