Greetings all, I bought a Corolla S a couple of years ago and have all sorts of great things to say about it. Good gas mileage (as long as you don't load it down with 800 pounds of humans as I tried once), rides fairly smooth, quiet, decent acceleration .. and on and on. All that being said, one simple little thing is pushing me away from ever buying another Toyota. EDIT - 2011 Corolla S - Stock with OEM tires. Why did they set the low tire pressure monitor to such a high pressure? The light started coming on within weeks of my purchase and when I first took it to the dealership they told me .. are you ready for this .. that every tire had to be at 35 PSI at cold temp. Now, I have seen a few posts on these forums and others where everyone tells people how to reset this, inflate that, and so on, but the REAL problem here is that 35 PSI is just ridiculous. 1) The door frame states 32 @ cold. 2) The OEM tires state right on them 'Inflate to a MAX of 32 PSI' 3) The owner's manual states 32 PSI max in multiple places. So every time I take it to Toyota for the free oil change they inflate the tires to 35 PSI. Even though I knew I should not stand for that I let it go since the light does go off. Here is the problem. I now have two OEM tires going flat on a near continual basis at only 15k miles. I took them both off today and did the old soapy water test. They are leaking major air around the valve stems. BIG SHOCK given that they have been over-inflated for two straight years. Now, I know how to 'reset' the system, but will that allow me to set it to a more realistic 'number'. In other words, if I set them all to say .. 30 .. and then use the reset, does it actually 'relearn' to use that as the pressure to trigger the warning or does it simply reset the light? I am interested because I am going to have to either get Toyota to replace these using 'Liability Language' or buy new tires myself. There is not a single light passenger tire on the market that I could find that does not state 32 PSI max, so I fear I will just keep having problems. The light is a great tool when it is working correctly and setup correctly, but 35 PSI is just stupid. I have been told by two different tire dealerships that it is a known problem with Toyota across multiple models. The second dealership didn't even know I had a Toyota when I called, and they asked 'is it a Toyota?' Wow! He stated they do it to increase gas mileage. I know that over-inflating can help to increase gas mileage, but is an extra MPG or two worth ruining tires far before their time? Sorry for the length of the post, but I am very frustrated with this as it is absolutely ruining my confidence in Toyota. If I don't get any good responses I will just go back to the old way by disabling that warning and keeping the tires at 32 PSI. I border on near OCD when it comes to checking my tires anyway so it would not be a big thing .. but I would really like my cars features to work correctly. More to the point, I want someone at Toyota to acknowledge that if every printed label and book says 32 PSI and the gauge is not set correctly. I need help. Thanks in advance to all who read this and any who have any ideas. 35 PSI is just .. wrong.