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06-05-2013 07:52 PM
topper19 No that doesn't make sense the pressure would be the same with either size. One of the sensors could be dead. Take them back to the tire shop and have them re scan them. If they have a newer scanner they will be able to pull up what's called the dtc's and the are basically trouble codes that let you know exactly what's wrong. Hope they figure by out for you
06-05-2013 07:02 PM
Tire Pressure sensors

I recently replaced the 225/75/16 wheels/tires on our 2013 Wrangler with 255/75/17 wheels and tires taken off our 2012. The tire pressure light in the dash comes on although all tires are at at 35 PSI. Does this make sense? Thanks

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