Tire pressure is one of the most neglected aspects of Audi vehicle maintenance, despite being easy to check. When tires are under-inflated, they tend to handle poorly, wear excessively, and reduce fuel economy. If your tires are overinflated, they can lose traction, brake poorly, and even blow out. The best way to keep your Audi driving safely and efficiently is to keep your tires inflated by setting the correct pressure, especially during the change of seasons.

How to Check the Tire Pressure for Audi?

It's easy to check the tire pressure on your car. In just a few minutes, you can check the pressure of all four tires if you have a pressure gauge at home or in the garage. Pre-checking tire pressure in the morning is the best method to avoid inaccurate readings because driving can heat up tires. The recommended tire pressure is usually between 32 and 36 PSI.

Procedure to Set the Right Tire Pressure for Audi Cars

  • The number depends on the Audi model you drive, so make sure you check your owner's manual for the exact number to set the right tire pressure
  • A tire inspection is also a great time to check your tire pressure.
  • It may be a good idea to rotate your tires if your tread is uneven since doing so will maximize their longevity.
  • It is time to replace your tires if the tread is heavily worn, uneven, or cracked. Visit our online tire store at Audi New Rochelle to learn more, and browse available options based on your driving style.

How to Set Your Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TMPS) on Your Audi?

Low tire pressure can cause your vehicle's tires to lose pressure, so make sure to restore their pressure when it happens. It is recommended that you first address the tire pressure in each tire before attempting to reset the light. It is possible that the light will go off by itself once your tires have reached the appropriate pressure.  The dashboard light will flash if the air pressure drops below 25%. Your wheel is equipped with a sensor that measures the air pressure of each tire.

  • Turn on the ignition to begin.
  • Choose the "car" button on the MMI control panel. You will be presented with a menu.
  • Select "service and checks."
  • The "Tire Pressure Monitoring" option should be highlighted when you scroll through the menu.
  • You should check your tires to make sure they are in good Once that is done, select "Store Current Tire Pressure."
  • "Tire Pressures are Being Stored" will be displayed
  • Your Tire Pressure Monitoring System is now set

Seek Professional Assistance

At Audi New Rochelle, top-notch Audi inspection service is available if you don't have a tire pressure gauge available at your spot or if you are finding it difficult to perform it on your own. We inspect and fill all four tires and set the proper pressure according to your Audi model. Do contact us in advance if you would like to schedule an appointment during normal operating hours.

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