I have a 2008 Hyundai Elantra. One cold morning last week the low tire
telltale light was on. I thought it was because of the cold. Today it
was 46 degrees but the light is still on. My mechanic checked the tires
and they were all 35 pounds. I drove about 50 miles today but the light
won't go off. My mechanic thinks it's a defective sensor and not to
worry about it. The nearest Hyundai dealer is about 60 miles away.
Should I just ignore it?
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