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04-30-2013 09:16 PM
Scott2373 In a nutshell, the 2013 sensors are "backwards compatible" with ALL systems from 2007-2012. The 2013 Wrangler TPMS system will NOT work with any previous models because the sensors don't transmit the actual pressure and will actuate the trouble indicator. Previous years only need a "Yes / No" signal. "Yes" - the pressure is within spec, or "No" - The pressure is out of spec. The new 433mHz sensors transmit the actual pressure, which can be read by the EVIC or the the basic TPMS which detects ONLY the 433mHz signal and not the previous years' 415 mHz signal. I have a non-EVIC Wrangler Sport with the same 433mHz transmittors as the rest of the 2013's and it works fine as long as my stock wheels are mounted. I changed out my wheels right after getting the Jeep with factory Rubicon wheels, but from model year 2012 - and my TPMS light has been on since. A really simple mod if this becomes an issue is to take your sensors (from all 5 wheels) and drill them into a PVC tube and make it airtight. Simply inflate the PVC tube to the desired pressure and toss it into the Jeep somewhere. Your TPMS light will never come on.
04-30-2013 07:36 PM
mike1158 if you're going 2013 to 2013 no need for new sensors... they are all 433 hz in 2013
04-30-2013 02:00 PM
jk'n Search on the part numbers on the internet and you will find TPMS suppliers out there a lot cheaper than mopar.
04-30-2013 01:55 PM
jk'n Directly from the OEM Parts Catalog for the TPMS of the years 2007 - 2013:

2013 56029398AB
2012 56029479AB
2011 56029479AA

2010 56029465AB
> 56029479AA
2009 56029465AC

2008 56029465AC
2007 56053037AA

Note that in 2010 there were two different p/n depending on which supplier.
04-30-2013 01:52 PM
Drmad7
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Originally Posted by Drmad7 View Post
Thank You for paying this! I traded a 08 for a 13 and swapped aftermarket wheels. I wonder where the OP got the sensors? I bought mine from EBay for a lot less than the dealer wanted:
These are the numbers for the OEM sensor that works with the 13 Wranglers TPMS
04-30-2013 01:51 PM
Drmad7 Thank You for paying this! I traded a 08 for a 13 and swapped aftermarket wheels. I wonder where the OP got the sensors? I bought mine from EBay for a lot less than the dealer wanted:
04-30-2013 12:33 PM
zdale New here and changing out my 13 sport for 13 Moab tires and wheels. Bought new sensors as back up. Found this when looking for information on installing new tpms sensors and programming. Thought this might clear up a lot for people with 2013 JK's

Schrader 20398 TPMS Relearn / Reset Procedure for Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Ram, Volkswagen

Your vehicle was equipped from the factory with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) that turns on every time you start the engine.


The TPMS Relearn Procedure for the Schrader 20398 original equipment tire pressure sensor is very simple and will require no programming, relearn, or diagnostic tools.


Your vehicle will automatically learn the new tire pressure sensors after driving for 10 minutes or more above 15 MPH.


When the low tire pressure indicator is lit, one or more of your tire pressures are significantly under-inflated or over-inflated.


"SERVICE TIRE PRESSURE SYSTEM," "TIRE PRESSURE UNAVAILABLE", or "CHECK TPM SYSTEM" will be displayed in the Electronic Vehicle Information Center and the low tire pressure indicator will flash for about 60-75 seconds every ten minutes when a system fault is detected.

Contact TPMS Direct with any questions or concerns at customer.service@tpmsdirect.com or give us a ring at (714) 482-3996.


The Schrader 20398 TPMS sensor and the reset procedure above is compatible with the following Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Ram, and Volkswagen vehicles:


Chrysler

2013 300
2013 300 Luxury Series
2013 300C
2013 Town and Country
2012 300
2012 300 Limited
2012 300 S V6
2012 300 S V8
2012 300C
2012 Town and Country Limited
2012 Town and Country Touring
2012 Town and Country Touring-L
2011 300
2011 300 Limited
2011 300C
2011 Town and Country
2010 300 Limited
2010 300 Touring
2010 300C


Dodge

2013 Challenger
2013 Charger AWD
2013 Charger RWD
2013 Durango
2013 Grand Caravan
2013 Journey
2012 Challenger
2012 Charger AWD
2012 Charger RWD
2012 Durango
2012 Grand Caravan
2012 Journey
2011 Challenger
2011 Charger
2011 Durango
2011 Grand Caravan
2011 Journey
2011 Ram 1500 Big Horn 2wd
2011 Ram 1500 Big Horn 4wd
2011 Ram 1500 Laramie 2wd
2011 Ram 1500 Laramie 4wd
2011 Ram 1500 Lone Star 2wd
2011 Ram 1500 Lone Star 4wd
2011 Ram 1500 SLT 2wd
2011 Ram 1500 SLT 4wd
2011 Ram 1500 ST 2wd
2011 Ram 1500 ST 4wd
2011 Ram 1500 Sport 2wd
2011 Ram 1500 Sport 4wd
2011 Ram 2500 Laramie 2wd
2011 Ram 2500 Laramie 4wd
2011 Ram 2500 SLT 2wd
2011 Ram 2500 SLT 4wd
2011 Ram 2500 ST 2wd
2011 Ram 2500 ST 4wd
2011 Ram 3500 Laramie 2wd
2011 Ram 3500 Laramie 4wd
2011 Ram 3500 SLT 2wd
2011 Ram 3500 SLT 4wd
2011 Ram 3500 ST 2wd
2011 Ram 3500 ST 4wd
2010 Challenger
2010 Charger
2010 Ram 1500 Laramie 4wd
2010 Ram 1500 SLT 2wd
2010 Ram 1500 SLT 4wd
2010 Ram 1500 ST 2wd
2010 Ram 1500 ST 4wd
2010 Ram 1500 Sport 2wd
2010 Ram 1500 Sport 4wd
2010 Ram 1500 TRX 2wd
2010 Ram 1500 TRX4-Off Road 4wd
2010 Ram 2500 Laramie 2wd
2010 Ram 2500 Laramie 4wd
2010 Ram 2500 Power Wagon 4wd
2010 Ram 2500 SLT 2wd
2010 Ram 2500 SLT 4wd
2010 Ram 2500 ST 2wd
2010 Ram 2500 ST 4wd
2010 Ram 3500 Laramie 2wd
2010 Ram 3500 Laramie 4wd
2010 Ram 3500 SLT 2wd
2010 Ram 3500 SLT 4wd
2010 Ram 3500 ST 2wd
2010 Ram 3500 ST 4wd


Fiat


2013 500
2013 500 Abarth
2013 500 Turbo
2013 500c
2013 500c Abarth
2013 500e
2012 500
2012 500 Abarth
2012 500 Cabrio


Jeep


2013 Grand Cherokee
2013 Wrangler
2013 Wrangler Unlimited
2012 Grand Cherokee
2011 Grand Cherokee


Ram


2013 1500 2wd
2013 1500 4wd
2013 2500 2wd
2013 2500 4wd
2013 3500 2wd
2013 3500 4wd
2013 C/V
2012 1500 2wd
2012 1500 4wd
2012 1500 Sport R/T
2012 2500 2wd
2012 2500 4wd
2012 3500 2wd
2012 3500 4wd
2012 C/V
2011 1500 Big Horn 2wd
2011 1500 Big Horn 4wd
2011 1500 Laramie 2wd
2011 1500 Laramie 4wd
2011 1500 Lone Star 2wd
2011 1500 Lone Star 4wd
2011 1500 SLT 2wd
2011 1500 SLT 4wd
2011 1500 ST 2wd
2011 1500 ST 4wd
2011 1500 Sport 2wd
2011 1500 Sport 4wd
2011 2500 Laramie 2wd
2011 2500 Laramie 4wd
2011 2500 SLT 2wd
2011 2500 SLT 4wd
2011 2500 ST 2wd
2011 2500 ST 4wd
2011 3500 Laramie 2wd
2011 3500 Laramie 4wd
2011 3500 SLT 2wd
2011 3500 SLT 4wd
2011 3500 ST 2wd
2011 3500 ST 4wd


Volkswagen


2012 Routan
2011 Routan
10-02-2012 06:49 PM
ronsol
2013 tpms compatible with 2012?

Well, I've heard so many different opinions on this matter. I have a 2012 sport s, and i bought 2013 rubi take offs. OK, i swapped them out today and no tpms light came on. It read it just fine.
08-29-2012 04:33 PM
BManz
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Originally Posted by Quintanaroo View Post
I have the individual tire pressure readout. My understanding is you would still get an tpms error light if they fall below a set level.
This is correct. It works the same way on my 2011 Grand Cherokee EVIC with individual readouts. On my Grand I'm at 33psi with 275-55R20 and the sticker says 36psi for the stock 20" tires (265-50R20). My low pressure warning only came on at 30psi one winter when there was a wild temp swing. It looks like the newest Wrangler EVIC is usinf the same sysetm as in the "WK2" Grand.
08-29-2012 04:06 PM
GonzoBobH
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Originally Posted by daggo66 View Post
You gotta be sh!tting me. At least if you had said the horn...
I hate the freaking horn. HATE IT!

I even replaced it with another crappy one from Amazon (Wolo Model 419 Bad Boy Black One Piece Design Air Horn Kit - 12 Volt) which kept blowing a fuse until I put in a 15 amp one.

Guess what -- STILL LAGS!!!

Okay, done venting.

08-24-2012 03:18 PM
jwilson2598 On my CTS-V, the warning light comes on, and then if I switch to the readout display, the indiviual tire with the problem will blink the number. Wonder if they made this one sophisticated enough to do the same?
08-24-2012 08:40 AM
Quintanaroo I have the individual tire pressure readout. My understanding is you would still get an tpms error light if they fall below a set level. I know my Acura had individual tire readouts, but if one or more were below a certain level a tpms error light would trigger.
08-23-2012 10:36 AM
jhilton91
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Originally Posted by Quintanaroo View Post
I have the new 433mhz sensors installed in my new wheels and tires on a 2013. They were recognized almost immediately. They are showing the correct pressure compared to and accurate gauge. They are at 33psi now and not showing an error light. I need to do a chalk test and drop them a bit lower if need be.
Assuming since you said No Error Light, you do not have the EVIC w/ Individual Tire Pressure readout?
08-23-2012 09:59 AM
Quintanaroo I have the new 433mhz sensors installed in my new wheels and tires on a 2013. They were recognized almost immediately. They are showing the correct pressure compared to and accurate gauge. They are at 33psi now and not showing an error light. I need to do a chalk test and drop them a bit lower if need be.
08-22-2012 08:21 PM
Sueby I'm quite interested in the answer to this. I want to swap my current tires/wheels to my new Rubi when it comes in - I'm wondering if the sensors will work or if I'll have to swap them.
08-22-2012 07:57 PM
jhilton91
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Originally Posted by mcdull

That's was the only feature I wanted from 2013 when deciding on 12 or 13.
Been wishing if they would release an update to flash the computer to have that in 12
2013s only have individual tire pressures if you order the connectivity group to get the EVIC, otherwise it should still have the light only. As far as I know this applies to the Sport model only (don't all Saharas and Rubicons come with EVIC?)

My question is if you have a 2013 Sport w/o EVIC, does it use 315 mhz ('07 - '12) sensors or does it use the the 433 MHz sensors like the 2013 EVICs do?

I called my dealer's service department and they had no clue, they hadn't worked on a 2013 yet . . .
08-15-2012 08:58 PM
ESP ...........
08-15-2012 08:52 PM
daggo66
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Originally Posted by mcdull View Post
That's was the only feature I wanted from 2013 when deciding on 12 or 13.
Been wishing if they would release an update to flash the computer to have that in 12
You gotta be sh!tting me. At least if you had said the horn...
08-15-2012 07:43 PM
mcdull
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Originally Posted by tabber02 View Post
wow the 13s display the tire pressure for each tire in the display on the dash? didn't realize. haven't really looked into any of the 13 model year threads. maybe i should learn a bit more....
That's was the only feature I wanted from 2013 when deciding on 12 or 13.
Been wishing if they would release an update to flash the computer to have that in 12
08-15-2012 07:14 PM
tabber02
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Originally Posted by daggo66 View Post
Ah, forgot about that. 13's have the actual display numbers. Earlier versions do not. All bets are off as far as what anyone here has told you. You are at the dealer's mercy.
wow the 13s display the tire pressure for each tire in the display on the dash? didn't realize. haven't really looked into any of the 13 model year threads. maybe i should learn a bit more....
08-15-2012 06:32 PM
daggo66 Ah, forgot about that. 13's have the actual display numbers. Earlier versions do not. All bets are off as far as what anyone here has told you. You are at the dealer's mercy.
08-15-2012 03:03 PM
zookdogg According to the dealer these are the correct sensors for my model year. They don't read anything at all, the dispay just shows lines in place of the numbers. As far as driving it some, they've been on the jeep for about a week and several hundred miles so I would guess that's plenty. I thought they were working at first because I drove it twice before the pressures went blank even though the other tires were 10 miles away... I thought that was strange.
08-15-2012 02:39 PM
3JKs1H1 The op should get the part # off his invoice and see that it's 2013 compatible. On my '08, '10, and '12 there is no programming, buy the sensors put them in and the light quickly goes out. Another user (today) had a crappy gauge that read 37 psi when in fact it was 32 psi, that's why the OP should overinflate them to 40 psi or so just to see that it's no a bad gauge issue.
08-15-2012 02:32 PM
Dollar Well to start we need to make sure he is using the new 2013 sensors.
08-15-2012 02:28 PM
kik
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Originally Posted by daggo66 View Post
The sensor are looking for whatever pressure is listed on the door sticker even if it's not the correct PSI for the new tires. The ECU needs to be flashed to change for the correct PSI. It can also take several days and quite a few miles for the new sensor to be read.

I'm not buying that new frequency story. Someone posted the same thing about the 12. I put 12 Rubicon tires on my 09 and it read the TPMS just fine.
Whether the frequency is the same or different from 09-13 I don't know but it seems as if it's not working at all based upon his description. I would want to believe that the dealer would know to flash the computer, but maybe not. Given that the computer recognizes the frequency would it matter what wheels/tires were on it. If the tpms sends 10 lbs. for example it should go off. If it sends 37 which would be door sticker for a Rubi, or above, it shouldn't go off. I thought it senses pressure not wheel/tire combinations. Since he has a Rubicon if he's running 37 anyway shouldn't he be fine. I agree that it could take a few cycles of at least 20 min. in duration to synch.
08-15-2012 02:21 PM
Dollar
Quote:
Originally Posted by tabber02
does the AEV procal work for the 13s? if so, buy one... best $150 you're going to spend.
No it does not. There was just a post about AEV working on the software for the 13's. You can buy it an when the software is ready, you can send it to them for a reflash.
08-15-2012 02:11 PM
tabber02 does the AEV procal work for the 13s? if so, buy one... best $150 you're going to spend.
08-15-2012 01:54 PM
daggo66 The sensor are looking for whatever pressure is listed on the door sticker even if it's not the correct PSI for the new tires. The ECU needs to be flashed to change for the correct PSI. It can also take several days and quite a few miles for the new sensor to be read.

I'm not buying that new frequency story. Someone posted the same thing about the 12. I put 12 Rubicon tires on my 09 and it read the TPMS just fine.
08-15-2012 01:41 PM
kik This was in a post. Probably why it doesn't work: The new sensor is frequency 433mhz for the 2013.

The new part # is 56029398AB

The 2012 version is 315mhz
08-15-2012 01:06 PM
zookdogg
TPMS question

There's probably a thread about this already but I put new sensors in my new wheels on my 2013 Rubicon and haven't been able to figure out how to get the Jeep to read the new ones. My dealer couldn't even figure out how to do it. Can anyone tell how to do this or does the dealer have to do it? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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