I have a related question:
The day before I put my car into storage was very cold, around 20F, and when I started my car in the morning, the low-pressure warning came on. As part of prepping my car for storage, I checked the pressure in each tire but the warning light stayed on even as I drove the car around that day, and just before putting her to bed, I over inflated the tires as recommended by Fisker. Despite all that, the tire pressure warning comes on when I start up the car in storage.
My question is: Did the low temperature damage the TPMS, and if so, can I replace/or fix it without shipping the entire car to @FiskerPhilly
? It's still too cold and wet to get the car out of storage and drive it around, but if the warning does not go out after I get the car out of storage, what, if any, are my options?