Join Date: Aug 2012
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I had the same issue with my 2013 OB. TPMS light came on when the temperatures started to drop here in the Denver area, I checked with the dealer, they said that Subaru recommends setting pressure on all 4 tires to 35 or 36 psi (cold). "Cold" here in November is colder than "cold" in August. The cooler temperatures, especially at night caused the pressure to drop just enough to trigger the TPMS warning. I had also be using a 2 psi difference between the front and rear tires. This difference might also have triggered the pressure warning. I generally check my tire pressures first thing in the morning.