How to Check Tire Pressure on Your Porsche
Have you wondered when to check tire pressure or how often? According to experts, you should check your tire pressure every month or so to keep your tires in top condition for as long as possible and avoid triggering the tire pressure warning light. Porsche makes inspecting your vehicle’s tire pressure easy with their Tire Pressure Monitoring System. Learn how to check tire pressure before your next road trip with this helpful feature below!
Using Porsche’s Tire Pressure Monitoring System
Go to the “Fill Info” option on the display. This section will tell you the accurate and updated tire pressure information. The tire is adequately inflated if the “Fill Indicator” displays “0.” If a negative number is displayed, that means the tire is underinflated. Positive numbers mean that the tire is overinflated.
Periodically, check for the “Check Tire Pressure” light on your center console. If the tires are underinflated, your TPMS will warn you visually and audibly that your pressure is too low. If this happens to you, pull over and check your tires.
Learn More at Porsche Fremont!
If your tires are too low, visit us at Porsche Fremont. We can inflate your tires for you! Our certified technicians also provide many other tire services to help keep your Porsche model in top condition, including tire balance, alignment, and replacement. To make an appointment, schedule a tire consultation at our tire center! We also can help you by giving you DIY tips for your Porsche, such as how to replace your Porsche key battery or care for your leather seats!