To clarify my issue with the tire pressure light that was on:
At 5 weeks, with less than 900 miles, our 2010 Jeep Compass was damaged with hail dents to the tune of $2500.00 Before we were able to get the Jeep into the Autobody Shop, we were sitting at a red light, and got rear-ended by an inattentive driver, causing $2100.00 in damage.
When we picked the Jeep up from the Auto Body Shop, we were told that the tire pressure light was on due to the fact that the rear tires had to be removed to do the repairs. He said that he had called Chrysler and was told that the light would be going off after it had been driven a bit.
When we pulled out of the Body Shop lot, the odometer turned over to 1400 miles. The light went off exactly 250 miles later.
Since the vehicle and the tires only had 1400 or so miles on them, I never imaged a problem with the tires or the sensors. It became game to see when infact the light would go on. It it didn't go on, I was going to have it addressed when I took advantage of my 3 mo/3000 mile free oil change from my dealer, which is coming up, but the light went off by itself.
A girl and her Jeep - a beautiful thing
2010 White Jeep Cherokee Sport
St. Paul, MN, USA