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    my tyre pressure warning came on my Z4 today I was coming to the end of a 250 mile drive and every thing else was fine, I,ve now filled the tyres to 40 psi but am a bit unsure, what do you lads recommend? and how do I get the warning light to turn off?

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    40psi sounds about right for RFT's, but check your door shut sticker.

    To reset the warning look in your manual - it will depend if you have iDrive or not. If so it's very easy.

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    all done mate the manual said 30 in the front and 32 in the back, and theres a button by the roof switch just press that for a few seconds and the light turns orange drive for a bit and it turns off, thanks
     
     

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    30 and 32?

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    Sounds a bit low for 30 and 32. Mine was 42 says the markings on the tyres. But the manual can't be wrong.
     
     

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    yeah it says 42 max on the tyres but the manual says 30 and 32 its driving a lot nicer now as well, when i got it it was grabbing the road and pulling about horribly, its in for a brake fluid check on monday so i,ll see what they say in the garage. thanks for your help.
     
     

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