I bought the Superchips Flashcal because I wanted to run a lower tire presure. My JKR 10A came with 265/75/17 KM2 tires and the sticker on the door says 44 lbs front and rear. The tire pressure nanny was getting annoying so I tried to re-set the TPMS to a lower pressure. I set it for 32 lbs and i drove around for a while and nothing seemed to be happening. there is an option in the Flashcal to return settings to stock, so that's what I did. when I unplugged it and started my Jeep, the light was off, but i hadn't returned my tire presure to the recomended 44lbs. i drove around for a while and I think i somehow managed to turn it off. all four tires say 0 lbs and there's no chime and no TPMS warning light. I know that some of you are thinking this is a good thing, and I'd agree with you except I'm wondering if the TPMS system is tied to any other system like VSP or traction control.
Do the sensors take a lot of time to be recognized by the computer? I'm running 35 lbs in all four tires for now. in the past when I made changes to the tire presure, i noticed the system updating itself within a few miles.
I'm happy that the TPMS took an extended leave of absence, but I don't want to effect any other systems because of it.
What everybody else thinks of me is none of my business.
2010 Chevy Silverado 2500 4X4
2013 JKR 10A (Ordered Jan 15)(Delivered April 3)
1998 TJ Sport (Gone But Not Forgotton)