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05-22-2014 11:51 PM
Ruski
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Originally Posted by RoadiJeff View Post
Censor??? Was your Jeep cursing or something? Sorry, it's past my bedtime.
lol No, but the driver was
05-22-2014 11:31 PM
RoadiJeff
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Originally Posted by Ruski View Post
I reprogrammed the jeep back to stock settings and after about 2 miles the censor reset itself and works fine.
Censor??? Was your Jeep cursing or something?

Sorry, it's past my bedtime.
05-20-2014 11:24 PM
Ruski Just did a five tire rotation and my passenger side front censor wasnt working, drove for about 50 plus miles still not working. I have 33 inch tires and running an AEV Procal to calibrate for proper tire size and lower TPMS threshold. I reprogrammed the jeep back to stock settings and after about 2 miles the censor reset itself and works fine. So I put the Procal calibration and the threshold back on and after about 5 miles my driver side rear censor goes out lol. Programmed it back, will see what happens tomorrow. Hopefully by the next rotation cycle all of the censors will settle down so I could go through this crap again lol. Probably just gonna disable the TPMS cause it's kinda annoying.
05-07-2014 10:27 AM
Revyjku08 get a Programmer...deactivate or set tire pressure below 25 PSI and eliminate the stupid (_!_) light!
05-07-2014 07:28 AM
Themyth Ya, this sounds like a hit or miss situation
05-07-2014 12:00 AM
MnJK
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Originally Posted by Themyth View Post
Put them on last Monday, I put enough air in them for the light to go away. It would come and go for about a week but is gone now. And air sensors did adjust to where they are I did notice. I have a 2014..
Sounds like you had better luck! I held out about 3 weeks the first time around without the sensor working consistently. Has been a week now with the next one that went out and still not working.
05-05-2014 08:24 AM
Themyth
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Originally Posted by MnJK View Post
Hoping that will happen. How long did it take yours to settle down?
Put them on last Monday, I put enough air in them for the light to go away. It would come and go for about a week but is gone now. And air sensors did adjust to where they are I did notice. I have a 2014..
05-04-2014 10:25 PM
MnJK
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Originally Posted by Themyth View Post
I put 35s on my 2014 had the same issue at first but has seem to subsided
Hoping that will happen. How long did it take yours to settle down?
05-04-2014 01:09 PM
Themyth I put 35s on my 2014 had the same issue at first but has seem to subsided
05-02-2014 10:50 PM
itscakes
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Originally Posted by DWDK View Post
Lol I had your back . I have never worked with Chrysler TPMS just GM and they need to be reset manually, so had assumed the same here.
Yea same here work for Nissan even tho Nissan will re learn auto you still have to register the sensor to the computer. Learn something everyday
05-01-2014 04:56 PM
DWDK
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Originally Posted by itscakes View Post
My bad for the false info guys. Me I'll have to read up on that. Glad you got it fixed
Lol I had your back . I have never worked with Chrysler TPMS just GM and they need to be reset manually, so had assumed the same here.
04-30-2014 09:53 AM
nwbronco Could be bad sensors. Not that often though.
04-30-2014 07:16 AM
itscakes My bad for the false info guys. Me I'll have to read up on that. Glad you got it fixed
04-30-2014 12:26 AM
Ruski
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Originally Posted by WaltA View Post
From my experience, the TPMS will self-adjust (self-register, self-learn) to the change in location of the sensors on its own. I think officially it can take up to 10 miles of driving, but for me, it took only about 3 or 4 miles. If you're looking at the tire pressure readings on the EVIC, it will continue to display the "old" readings, and then suddenly, they will swap around to the correct, new, readings.
Yeap. That is what mine did.
04-29-2014 11:30 PM
RoadiJeff
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Originally Posted by itscakes View Post
Each tpms is registered to a certain tire. When you rotate your tires you have to reprogram the tpms to that axel.
Not according to the owner's manual. Just drive up to 20 minutes for the computer to learn the new location.
04-29-2014 07:53 PM
MnJK I researched whether or not the TPMS needed to be reset and found the same as a couple folks above that the system is self-learning. Drove about 20 miles and no resolution on rear passenger that acted up after the front passenger was fixed. Will give it some time and see what happens. Not in a big hurry to go back. I suspect it is something central rather than the sensors themselves since the problem is moving from tire to tire.
04-29-2014 07:29 AM
dwtgolden
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Originally Posted by itscakes View Post
Each tpms is registered to a certain tire. When you rotate your tires you have to reprogram the tpms to that axel. I would hope the dealership properly registered each tpms accordingly and not just the one they replaced.
Negative. Unlike other TPMS systems that do require the computer to "learn" the location of each sensor through you letting air out of each tire and the re-inflating or some other procedure, the Jeep's system is self learning. When you rotate the tires, the computer recognizes which tires are in which locations all on its own.
04-29-2014 07:29 AM
WaltA From my experience, the TPMS will self-adjust (self-register, self-learn) to the change in location of the sensors on its own. I think officially it can take up to 10 miles of driving, but for me, it took only about 3 or 4 miles.

If you're looking at the tire pressure readings on the EVIC, it will continue to display the "old" readings, and then suddenly, they will swap around to the correct, new, readings.
04-29-2014 07:25 AM
DWDK Itscakes is correct, but having worked at a GM dealership I can contest that many techs do not reset the TPMS, purely out of laziness. So that most likely is your guys problems.
04-29-2014 07:15 AM
itscakes Each tpms is registered to a certain tire. When you rotate your tires you have to reprogram the tpms to that axel. I would hope the dealership properly registered each tpms accordingly and not just the one they replaced.
04-28-2014 11:01 PM
freedomrider I have been having this same issue over the course of the last year and it just continues to bounce around from wheel to wheel
04-28-2014 10:12 PM
MnJK
TPMS issue moving from tire to tire

Read through a number of TPMS threads but haven't come across this issue.

2014 Jeep JK, 6,700 miles, 33" Duratrac's, stock TPMS

About 3-4 weeks ago, rotated the tires (rotated in the spare). About 2 days later, the driver/front TPMS stopped reading for a day, then came back on-line but read 10 lbs low (double checked pressure in all tires).

Three days later, it started reading correctly and immediately the passenger/front TPMS did the same thing. Sometimes it would not read any pressure, then it would read 10 lbs low, then would go out again, then read normally. Gave it some time to see if it would self-correct but never did. Checked on-line and via dealer to see if there was some type of re-set switch (there is not) but did find some who recommended disconnecting the battery for about 10 min (tried, didn't help).

Brought it to the dealer today, they confirmed the issue and replaced the passenger/front sensor. About 15 minutes after leaving, the problem now moved to the passenger/rear tire. Since the issue is going from wheel to wheel, I'm thinking the issue is not with the tire sensor but with the computer that is receiving the sensor signals.

Again, haven't found anything posted on this particular variant of TPMS issues so am looking to see if anyone has had this problem and, if so, if it was a central issue or if it is just a bad batch of tire sensors.

Thanks!

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