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Old 02-01-2015, 12:21 AM
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got the ol low tire pressure sensor coming on in my truck.
anyone know where i can gety the air out and replaced with good ol N2?
Only goes on below 0 degrees.
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got the ol low tire pressure sensor coming on in my truck.
anyone know where i can gety the air out and replaced with good ol N2?
Only goes on below 0 degrees.
Dawg,

Call Town Fair Tire in Torrington. They might do it, according to this page:

http://local.tirereview.com/Nitrogen...insted_CT.html

If, not……these will probably do it:

Tire depot in Bristol, CT:
http://tiredepotct.com/sales/nitrogen-inflation-special

J&M in Southington, New Britain and Cheshire
http://www.jmtirect.net/auto-repairs/nitrogen-inflation/nitrogen-tire-inflation.aspx


but hopefully the J&M listed above is not associated with J&M MotorSports (aka... J&M highway robbers/J&M fraud/J&M keep your money in your sock) located in Manchester CT.
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i believe the whole sale clubs like bj's, cosco in the tire shops have the nitrogen. The cosco in waterbury had it when i had them replace a tire that had a nail in it.
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Cool thanks Guys.
Last time I put N2 was in my car at the dealers.
I guess I could do it at work aswell. just gotta make up a hose.
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