NHTSA to keep TPMS warning light requirement

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has decided to retain its requirement that tire pressure monitoring system warning lights initiate a 60- to 90-second flashing sequence when an air pressure problem is found.

The decision was made in respone to a request by the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers. The group believed NHTSA had insufficiently addressed the issue in its final TPMS ruling, which was made in 2005.

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