When gear is shifted while the air pressure is low, “TM AIR PRESS TOO LOW” or “T/M SYSTEM FAILURE” indications may appear or the gearshift may not operate properly.
In addition, if the vehicle is driven when the air pressure is low, equipment other than T/M applying air pressure including brakes may not operate properly and would be very dangerous.
Below are representative examples related to low air pressure. Please make use of these examples and check the air pressure gauge in the instrument panel and measure the time of air pressure build-up at all times in your daily operation for your safety and comfort.
This kind of information (indications and warning, etc.) are available in your Owners handbook.
Please also be reminded that the owner of the truck is fully responsible for proper inspection and maintenance. Owner’s Handbook and/or Service Booklet is the guidebook for this purpose. When inspection and maintenance are performed, results must be recorded in the Owner’s Handbook and/or Service Booklet which is to be used as a lifetime logbook of the vehicle. MFTBC reserves the right to void any warranty if the periodical inspection designated by MFTBC is not carried out according to the MFTBC guideline.