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Tire Pressure Status

Tire Pressure Status

The Tire Pressure Status panel shows how many tire pressure alerts of each type have occurred during the past 14 days. The data is presented as a bar chart.

Understanding Tire Pressure Status Data

The x axis shows three options: Critical (tire pressure alert), Cautionary (tire pressure alert), and Not Reporting.

The y axis shows the number of vehicles reporting the corresponding alert type within the past 14 days.

Data Definitions for Tire Pressure Status

Cautionary Tire Pressure Alert
A Cautionary tire pressure alert indicates that the MCP has detected a pressure alert from the TPM sensor. The threshold values defining a cautionary (vs. critical) alert are determined by the third-party TPM equipment. These values and how they are set may vary from one manufacturer to another.
Critical Tire Pressure Alert
A Critical tire pressure alert indicates that the MCP has detected a pressure alert from the TPM sensor. The threshold values defining a critical (vs. cautionary) alert, are determined by the third-party TPM equipment. These values and how they are set may vary from one manufacturer to another.
Not Reporting (Tire Pressure Alert)
In the context of the Tire Pressure, not reporting means the vehicles in question have reported no tire pressure data for the time period specified.
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