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Hey guys I forgot I did this a year or so ago until I was chatting with @starzplacez and @PSUnexus . If you have access to forscan you can easily add tire pressure gauge to the instrument panel. If you have a low tire it will illuminate it in yellow as well. A word for the wise though, this information is only accurate if you retrain your tire after each tire rotation.
If you are unfamiliar with forscan there is an abundance of information online to train yourself.

First log into forscan and click on Configuration and programming
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Then find IPC, not IPC (As build)
Then find tire pressure gauge and click on it.
Change Disabled to Enabled and click write
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Cycle ignition on and off and congratuations you now have this.
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Sign me up. Anyone with a forscan in Ohio? :)
 

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@Buckeye you just need to make a trip to Pennsylvania or Smoky mountains;)
 

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@Buckeye you just need to make a trip to Pennsylvania or Smoky mountains;)
not unheard of, my niece is at Penn State (not main location... it's some place in the middle of no place)
 
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