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The low tire pressure 'exclamation point' icon inside the cross-section of a tire should be yellow? Orange or red exclamation points inside a circle may be more urgent, like a brake fault?

With the recent Autumn weather temperature drop, tire pressures will also drop. It's common at this time of year. All 4 should drop fairly evenly. If any one tire is particularly lower than the other 3, that may be from a leak.
Check and adjust tire pressures according to the label inside the drivers door opening or inside the owners manual.

From the owners manual:
 

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You can press the 'menu' button on the steering wheel and scroll down to see the tire pressures; 32 psi is the recommended.
 

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You can press the 'menu' button on the steering wheel and scroll down to see the tire pressures; 32 psi is the recommended.
Tire sizes vary on the 200's.

Always check the door jam sticker for correct PSI on cold tires.

For example, our 200S has a recommended PSI of 38.
 
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