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So I live in the land of changing temperatures (45 degrees last Monday, warmed up to 79 yesterday). Something I have noticed on Stella is that she has a low tire indicator light that comes on when it gets cold, but doesn't go off after I've driven for several miles. On Tuesday, I was planning to add air to the tires, but got sidetracked. Wednesday morning was fairly warm and the indicator light was off and has been off since.

Question: should I increase the pressure a bit anyway?

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