What does the car symbol with a red arrow pointing at the back tire mean? This symbol was located on the lower right corner of the Infotainment screen.

Asked by Jun 04, 2017 at 09:39 AM about the 2017 GMC Terrain

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Low tire pressure?

That's initially what I thought but, I checked the tire pressure and it was fine.

66,555

Open that little book stashed in the glove compartment. Do some reading in the owner's manual.

That was the first thing I did. Gee thanks for such a brilliant idea.

66,555

Happy to help!

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It may indicate low tire pressure, but if the tire pressure is equal to the others, it may be a sensor. If you run 35 psi in the tires and one is running lower, it makes a faster revolution and it indicates low pressure. If checked and it is good, it needs to be checked with the others for the same pressure. There is a pressure readout on the information board on the dash. Hit menu and scroll through until you find it. All tires will be showing the current pressure. Best done when the light comes on to see if that is the issue.

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