I bought set of BFGoodrich g-Force COMP-2 all-seasons listed as new, and just had them installed at my local Walmart Auto Care Center. Service time was 2 hours and 20 minutes (is that normal?). Front set are supposed to be 30 psi and rear should be 40 according to the door sticker and manual. As I drove off, TPMS measured 38 for FL, 38 FR, 36 RL and 37 RR... Got home and verified with two different tire pressure gauges.
The invoice they handed me lists the following service descriptions:
- Tire Pressure - Drv Rear - CHECKED. 36
- Tire Pressure - Pass Rear - CHECKED. 36
- Tire Pressure - Drv Front - CHECKED. 36
- Tire Pressure - Pass Front - CHECKED. 36
Also of note was this line:
- Battery Check - DECLINED Unsafe environment
Car is a 2012 Mercedes-Benz C250. They also did TPMS resets and balancing. Should I correct the tire pressure immediately or leave them as they are? What should I look out for after a new tire installation? Also, how do I determine if tires ordered from walmart.com are genuinely new?