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Old 05-09-2014, 08:06 PM   #1
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TPMS on Commander Issues! HELP!!

Ever since I got aftermarket tires on my jeep commander, my jeep light keeps coming on for checking the tire pressure monitoring system. I went back to the tire place and they could find nothing wrong on their end. So I took it to the dealership twice now, and even though they recalibrated the system, I drove 3 miles and the light came back on again. Anyone else have this problem?
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Someone will have something, those JK jeep things have all that fancy stuff.

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Old 05-09-2014, 11:15 PM   #3
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shoulda bought a WRANGLER! Someone will have something, those JK jeep things have all that fancy stuff.
This^^^. "Wrangler Forum" is what its called. Try "Jeep forum"
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Thanks Sinister....
Hey OSCAR THE GROUCH....I KNOW it's Wrangler..& that lots of people here have JEEP knowledge that can be helpful....I'm desperate and asking EVERY JEEP owner there is 😁
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Thanks Sinister....
Hey OSCAR THE GROUCH....I KNOW it's Wrangler..& that lots of people here have JEEP knowledge that can be helpful....I'm desperate and asking EVERY JEEP owner there is ��
Lol u tell em brother.
My wife has a 2006 commander and the older it gets the more weird quirky things are starting to come out.
I wonder if a superchip flashpaq would work to disable or change the TPMS settings?
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Old 05-11-2014, 06:56 PM   #6
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Can some help me out? I have 2007 rubicon I some times tow a trailer when I want to turn off the O/D I push the button on the console next to the shifter the light doesn't come on to indicate that O/D is off.
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Possibly a faulty indicator light, which would probably be a rare occurrence.
I would hook up your trailer, get on the highway, note what your RPMs are at what ever your typical towing speed is, say 60mph, for a few miles. Now turn off the OD and your RPMs should be higher probably closer to 3,000 and should not downshift and drop to a typical OD RPMs of around 2,000. That's best I can tell you.
If you need more input you should start your own thread with the topic of your problem. That way it will show up in the JK forum not under the this members title of TPMS commander issues but say like your own title of "overdrive light not working". That way you'll get responses to your issue. Good luck.

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