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Your tires are an invaluable aspect of your vehicle. At our Mitsubishi service center, we field a number of service-related questions, including Mitsubishi tires. Learn more about tire service, care, and more now!

What Do I Do If the Tire Pressure Light Comes On?

This indicates one or more tires is low on pressure. If you’re close enough to your home, you can address the issue in your garage by checking the PSI of each tire and add air as appropriate. You can also stop at a nearby gas station or our service center. If the light remains after doing so, there may be an air leak. 

What Type of Tires Should I Get for My Mitsubishi?

Refer to your owner's manual to determine the type of tires that are ideal for your vehicle, or consult with our team. We carry an assortment of name brand tires and types to meet the needs of our customers.

When Do I Need to Replace My Tires?

Tires on average last about 60,000 miles, and often, they need to be replaced due to the natural occurrence of wear. To check on yours, you can perform the time-and-tested penny test. If you insert a penny upside down between treads and can see the top of Abe’s head, the treads are worn to an unsafe level, and you likely need to replace the tires. 

Should I Replace My Tires all at Once?

Ideally, you should replace the tires all at once to ensure even tire wear. To ensure an even rate of wear, be sure to rotate your tires on a regular basis.

What Types of Tire Damage Are Repairable?

There are a few situations where tires can be repaired. For example, you may be able to repair a compromised tire if the damage is directly on the tread and the damage depth is less than a quarter of an inch. If the damage is too severe or located on the shoulder or sidewall, the tire is not repairable. 

Schedule your next tire service or replacement at MotorWorld Mitsubishi. For further questions, don't hesitate to reach out to our Mitsubishi service center!

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