Checking and correcting tire pressures

When tire pressures are corrected, a distinction has to be made between the conventional method (method A) and the more accurate method in conjunction with the 9288 system tester (method B).

Do not check tire pressure by the conventional method (method A) unless pressure loss has been Indicated on the Instrument panel.

By using the 9288 system tester, however, tire pressure can be checked and accurately adjusted at any time (method B). This is practicable during wheel and tire fitting work or when the car is brought into the workshop for any other reason.

Tire pressure should be checked and corrected if necessary when the "Pressure Loss" fault display appears.

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