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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Something up with TPM in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; I just reset all my tpms because I had a new set of wheels put on and the tire shop ...
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    Something up with TPM

    I just reset all my tpms because I had a new set of wheels put on and the tire shop apparently didnt do it. THis was all done through the dealer before I took ownership of the car. I have noticed that when I check the tire pressures the right rear tire is always at 27 psi or around 27 psi. When I reset all the tpm to get them to match up correctly I put 37 PSI in each tire or atleast I thought I did. Do you think something screwy is up with that tpm and is that covered under the warranty? I wouldnt think there could be a leak in the tire that always stops at 27 psi lol. I hate to have to go throught the huge hassle of going to the dealer and having them check and keep my car and blah blah. I dont even want a dealer sitting in my car or messing with it but that may be just what I have to do. Any thoughts.

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    Re: Something up with TPM

    Quote Originally Posted by Chosenone View Post
    I hate to have to go throught the huge hassle of going to the dealer and having them check and keep my car and blah blah. I dont even want a dealer sitting in my car or messing with it but that may be just what I have to do. Any thoughts.
    I can understand your perspective, Chosenone, but I just wanted to let you know I'm here if you do decide to involve the dealer and would like further assistance. I'm always happy to contact them on your behalf to follow up! Please email me anytime at Katie_Lucille@gmexpert.com.

    I realize, however, that you're seeking advice from other owners. So, I hope the forum members chime in soon with their usual useful feedback!

    Best,

    Katie
    Cadillac Customer Service

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