First day of Fall, yep, the temperature dropped over night. This is PA. I just drove 4 miles and the pressures are all up 3 pounds. I will check again later this afternoonShort of me going through all of your prior posts to figure out what "again" means, how about a little context?
Looks to me that either the weather cooled off or the tires just naturally lost a little air.
Since I do wheel/tire changes twice a year, that helps to avoid tire pressure surprises. But going from 80F summer days to sometimes 40F September days (like yesterday), means a 4psi drop (roughly), and soon October will bring freezing and below mornings, still on the summer wheels, so right now is the time (for me) to bump up those pressures a bit... before I get nagged.I had to bump mine up a few pounds yesterday, and I'm sure I'll have to go up a couple more by winter...😎
I'm so OCD, I have to have the TPMS numbers all matched perfectly after a mile or two down the road, or I have to stop and make minor adjustments...LOL!!!😎imagine how far off our tires used to be before these were invented! even for the OCDs like me