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I have recently started driving my 2010 RT Classic everyday, and the Low tire pressure light has come on with the cold weather. I checked the pressure and sure enough it was low (around 28psi in each tire), so I pumped the tires up to 33psi and thought all would be good. The light stayed on, and I have checked the pressure the past two days, and it is still at 33psi. So no leaks, but the light stays on.... any ideas or anyone have similar problems??? Thanks.
 

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I have the exact same car as you and mine I have to drive 10 or 20 miles after filling up the tires before the EVIC shows the right presure. I'm not sure if the presure lights still on but the EVIC isn't right for a few miles.
 

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Hmmm.....I had the same problem but the warning went away after I went over 32psi.

Did you drive the car much after this? It just may correct itself overnight.
 
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