If the tire pressure warning light on your 2007 Pontiac Torrent is on, it may be due to a software issue with the tire pressure monitor control unit. There is updated control module software available to correct this concern, though some vehicles will need to have the control module replaced. In most cases, it will require a trip to your local dealer to compete this repair.
Proper tire inflation is critical to the safe operation of all vehicles. Tire pressure specifications can be found on an inflation sticker on the driver's door frame or in the owners manual. Fuel mileage, increased tire wear, ride quality, handling, and road noise are just a few of the problems that might arise from improperly inflated tires.
All models up to 2007 with cast aluminum wheels may experience a loss of air pressure that is due to porosity in the aluminum casting. Have your repair shop refer to GM SB-05-03-10-003B for instructions on how to repair this problem.
Pontiac GTO and G8 Tires
In cold climates where snow is significant, it may be advisable to change to specialized winter tires. Please refer to Pontiac SB-04-03-10-013C regarding this issue.
Pontiac G5, G8, and Solstice Models
Vehicles that were outfitted with the tire pressure monitor system may not read correctly due to a software issue with the control module. There is updated software available to correct this condition (SB-08-03-16-001B).
Pontiac Tire Questions and Answers
Not sure the cause
first time this happened was today. outside temp was about 20 F. with icy, "greasy", snowy roads. The faster I drove the vibration would get faster too. I called it "chugging"...
The locknuts were rusty and one way and hard to get off. I ended up pulling out my grinder it was a nightmare. And despite the part stores insistance the bushings were right they weren't. (Than...
What can I do? The pads and rotors gave just been done.
at low speed, under 20 mph? how to fix the speed odm and light diming issue, when at night dash lights and head lights will go dim and all gages fail except RPM.