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I have the dunlop run flats, I run them at 33 psi.

Thanks for the reply G man - I was also wondering everytime you change the tyre pressure to do you have to initialise the tyre pressure warning system (switch under the dash)?

( my manual says 38psi back and 36psi front for tyre pressure for above 100mph and 35 front and back below that - but thats not specific to yoko's)

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No you dont need to initialize the TPMS when you change tire pressure, it should have enough play in it that the alarm wont go off. I cwould check your driver door jam to see what is the recommanded PSI for your tires.

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