If you drive a late-model Toyota sedan, crossover, SUV, Hybrid, or minivan, it comes with a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) that helps you maintain accurate tire pressure in all four tires. If the air pressure drops below the required psi in one or more of your car's tires, the tire pressure monitoring system indicator light will appear on your dashboard. This dashboard warning light is easy to recognize by the U-shaped symbol with an exclamation point inside.
If this warning light illuminates on the dashboard of your Toyota, add air to your vehicle's tires at any gas station. You are also welcome to stop into a Toyota service department near you. Adding air to the low tire(s) should immediately reset the sensor and turn off the warning light. We'll ensure all four tires are filled to the required air pressure level for your vehicle and reset the dashboard warning light. If the light does not turn off after air is added, the professional auto mechanics at our auto repair center near Brandon, Mississippi, are ready to solve the problem.
Maintaining proper tire pressure is a crucial component to your automotive safety on the roads of Jackson, Mississippi. Tires connect your new Toyota Camry to the road and are responsible for the handling, acceleration, and braking. Under-inflated tires will not only negatively impact these attributes but the fuel economy of your Toyota as well. The care of your vehicle's tires should not be overlooked.
While your vehicle has a tire pressure monitoring system, we suggest you regularly check the air pressure in your Toyota's tires yourself. It's easy to check the air in your tires while you're filling up. Keep a tire pressure gauge handy in your glove compartment.