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  1. My truck has not been driven for four days and it's still parked at the very same spot. Just now, I tried the MyChevrolet app on my phone and I updated the Vehicle Information screen. The psi of the tires were 38, 37, 34, 35. Updated it... it shows 34, 35, 36, 38. Updated it a second later, it shows 36, 36, 35, 35 So in that one second I updated it, the numbers are different. It's not even windy outside and nobody is setting my truck on fire. Why is there a fluctuating discrepancy? I thought the second update could have been because it was checked a while ago, but when I clicked again, it changed. It's like playing the slot machine.
  2. is it normal for the oil pressure guage to jump from 40 psi to 45 psi while normal driving?
  3. Hello all, Perhaps a weird question, but till now I have not had a good answer yet. I drive a 2005 Yukon XL 2500 with brand new BF Goodrich KO2 tires.(245/75) The inside of my door tells me I should inflate my tires at the back to 80 PSI. If I do that it's almost if I drive on marbles (oversteering) when driving above 80km an hour. I brought the PSI back to 60 and it seems to be a lot better. Now the question is " If I want to pull my travel trailer, what would be the best PSI?" All answers highly appreciated Thanks
  4. OK- I don't know if there is already a topic on this but I wanted to start one. Its not a HUGE deal but I am curious of what other guys are getting on their MPGs with leveled trucks and WHAT PSI are you running with these E RATED TIRES. I ask because I posted up a picture and was told by several people to run anything rom 40PSI to 60PSI. I have had my tires on for about 7000 miles. The first 4000 I ran 37PSI and only used 91 octane gas. I live in ARIZONA and drive mostly on freeway and flat services. I could not get better than 13-14 MPG. When I hit 5000 miles I bumped my PSI up to 40-45psi and only used 87 fuel grade. This is where I was surprised. After only one take of gas at the lower grade my mileage bumped up to 15.5-16.0 mpg. Same driving conditions etc. Should I bump it up to 50PSI? Anyone notice any weird wear patterns on the TOYO OPEN COUNTRY MT Tires? I am running a 2.5 level kit up front only with 295/55/20 tires. THANKS!
  5. A few weeks ago, the TPMS light on my truck came on and the DIC read: REAR TIRES PSI LEFT 33 RIGHT 0 I immediately pulled over to check, but all the tires were perfectly inflated. I clicked the DIC button to elimiate the message, but the TPMS light stayed on. The following day when I turned on the truck, the TPMS light came on immediately, and this time the DIC read that both rear tires were under-inflated (I checked again and they were fine). A few days later it started giving false readings about the front left tire too. It has remained the same ever since, the DIC will randomly display false PSI readings while driving. If I reset it (while driving), the DIC will go back to the mileage display for a while, then a few minutes later it will go back to the false display of 3 out of the 4 tires. It has never mentioned anything about the front right tire. The TPMS idiot light has been permanently on since the issues began. It is extremely distracting and annoying, I've searched the web and haven't found anyone having the same issues. Last thing I'll mention is that when it was about 2 years old, the dealer fixed the "Service TPMS System" failure under warranty and had been fine until two weeks ago. Original owner, bone stock, 79K miles.
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