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Old 08-13-2018, 09:36 AM
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TPMS and new wheels?

So this is the first vehicle I've owned with TPMS. If I get new wheels, will the OEM sensors just transfer over?

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Yes, but it would be easier to sell your old wheels (or re-use them yourself) if they still had the sensors.
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Are you getting tires too or just wheels. If you are getting tires and wheels, leave the stock sensors in the stock set and buy a new set of sensors for the new set of wheels/tires. That way both sets are ready to bolt on or to sell to someone as a complete package. TPMS sensors can be had off Amazon or Ebay for a very reasonable price compared to the dealers. Look for 433 mhz sensors.
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So... do 5 or just 4???.. does it register the spare????
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So... do 5 or just 4???.. does it register the spare????

No, it doesn't "sense" the spare's pressure because the spare doesn't spin (or at least it shouldn't ). The sensors go to sleep when not spinning to conserve their battery life.


However, the spare typically includes the TMPS sensor in order to (1) supports it use if you actually get a flat or (2) you do a 5 wheel rotate.
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Good info - thanks!
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ok.. i get 5 (1 for my spinning spare )
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In addition to this post, how the hell do you program the TPMS to your Jeeps computer? I cannot figure this out for the life of me and idk why. I can’t find any reliable guides online
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You don't. If they are the proper frequency, the sensors near the wheels will pick them up. Whan rotating or changing tires/wheels, it may take a few miles for them to properly display.
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It may take even longer than a few miles. When I swapped my JK wheels right before I traded it the tpms light didn't go off until 20 minutes and about 10 miles (or so) into my commute that next morning.

And yes, do all 5 and use that spare in your tire rotation constantly. You never know when you will change tire brands and if you don't rotate it in you'll have 1 perfecly new tire that will be tossed. Not to mention rotating all 5 gives you a little longer tire life to all tires.
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I just swapped on new wheels and tires w/ TPMS onto my JL and the sensors registered before I even moved the car.
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On my second JL with 35s. My tire shop will remove the OEM sensors and install them in the new wheels for free. I don't want some aftermarket sub par sensor in my Jeep. I have no problem selling the wheels w/o sensors as many folks buying them have Jeeps from the Pre-TPMS era.
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you dont need TPMS, you can take the bulb out.
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you dont need TPMS, you can take the bulb out.
IF that's even possible, you'd have to take the entire dash apart. Highly doubt many have any interest in doing that.
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I'm going to hi-jack this thread because it could help the OP down the road...

So, I have a JLU Sport S. I just swapped my stock wheel & tire set up for take-offs from a JLU Rubicon. The sensors don't even register. My TPMS screen on the dash shows blanks, as if they weren't even there. The previous owner seems reputable (older gentleman) and swore the OEM TPMS were left in the wheels. I have no reason to doubt him.

Is there a way to do a hard reset on the TPMS system to get these new-to-me sensors to register?
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With the Banks Programmer i can turn off TPMS. As well as change Daytime running lights, turn signal operation style, speedo change for gearing or large tires. Plus more. currently not available for JL. but give them time, im sure it willcome
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Just buy a tuner and disable the tpms. Costs about the same as a new set of tpms and has lots more functionality. I hate tpms, as mine have always gone off with changes in temp
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When I bought my beadlocks (set of five), I also bought 37" tires. Bought the tires from discount tire and a set of five TPMS sensors for Jeep JL Wrangler 2018. At the time of purchase the guy behind the counter programmed the sensors to my vehicle and year. I then put the beadlocks together and installed the TPMS sensors to the bead locking bands (Hutchinson). assembled the wheels and they are good to go. One of the larger tire shop groups Like Discount can program them to your specific year and model. In the case of a normal wheels the TPMS simply replaces your standard valve stem. Any decent tire shop can do this and will do it for free if you purchase your TPMS sensors from them.



I would have simply disabled the TPMS with our Tazer programmer but this is my wife's daily driver. I want her to know what is going on with her tire pressure. The programmer did make adjusting the warning threshold easy.
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I'm going to hi-jack this thread because it could help the OP down the road...

So, I have a JLU Sport S. I just swapped my stock wheel & tire set up for take-offs from a JLU Rubicon. The sensors don't even register. My TPMS screen on the dash shows blanks, as if they weren't even there. The previous owner seems reputable (older gentleman) and swore the OEM TPMS were left in the wheels. I have no reason to doubt him.

Is there a way to do a hard reset on the TPMS system to get these new-to-me sensors to register?

Hmmm, good question. So are you getting the yellow TPMS light on the dash? So there is no hard reset that I know. It usually takes the tires/wheels spinning to get them to register on the dash, that's the way it was with my JK and the JL uses the same sensors I believe. So I assume you have been driving the Jeep and the pressures are still not showing up?

Take it to a Jeep dealership or to a tire place. They can take a monitor and place it next to the valve stem and read the mhz that TPMS is putting out. Each one should read 433mhz. If they are reading something else, you have the wrong sensors in there.
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When I bought my beadlocks (set of five), I also bought 37" tires. Bought the tires from discount tire and a set of five TPMS sensors for Jeep JL Wrangler 2018. At the time of purchase the guy behind the counter programmed the sensors to my vehicle and year. I then put the beadlocks together and installed the TPMS sensors to the bead locking bands (Hutchinson). assembled the wheels and they are good to go. One of the larger tire shop groups Like Discount can program them to your specific year and model. In the case of a normal wheels the TPMS simply replaces your standard valve stem. Any decent tire shop can do this and will do it for free if you purchase your TPMS sensors from them.



I would have simply disabled the TPMS with our Tazer programmer but this is my wife's daily driver. I want her to know what is going on with her tire pressure. The programmer did make adjusting the warning threshold easy.
I have Hutchinson and have not mounted yet. You can’t use a normal valve stem TPMS? Did your tire shop just drill a hole in the rubber to attach those sensors?
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I have Hutchinson and have not mounted yet. You can’t use a normal valve stem TPMS? Did your tire shop just drill a hole in the rubber to attach those sensors?

No your Hutchinsons come with rims and bead lock "bands". They also come with small aluminum brackets. The bands are pre drilled to accept those small brackets. The TPMS is attached to those brackets. Those bands are inserted into the tires before placing onto the wheels. All the TPMS s must face the same direction, as in facing the backside of all the rims or the front side does not matter which. What matters is they are all the same.


Are you assembling these or do you have someone doing it for you? If someone else is doing it, make real sure they know what they are doing. If you are doing it, you need to follow the instructions to the letter. There is a couple really good U-tube vids on doing it. This is a good one and the same guy has one that addresses the TPMS specifically.


I bought my tires and TPMSs from Discount Tire. They won't mount them but they did balance them for me after I did. They did give me some tire mounting lube, you need about a 1/2 cups worth.



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@Bonecollector thanks. I am having a shop do the mount, balance and install but I will be watching and helping. Thanks for the heads up. I looked at my wheels quickly just to see if I liked the color (Argent) and now they are just waiting for me to decide what tires I want to go with. I am very torn.
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I am having a similar issue - I bought my wheels and tires mounted with sensors online. The shop installed them and the front tires registered and the rear did not. Drove for over a week and still no change. THe online store sent me new sensors for the back. (all 433 MZ) Had those replaced. Somehow the front sensors stopped working and showed an erroneous number. After a few miles they went to --. Now all 4 display as if there are no TPMS. I have driven it about 50 miles at highway speeds, so I am at a loss. Any thoughts? I want them enabled.
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I am having a similar issue - I bought my wheels and tires mounted with sensors online. The shop installed them and the front tires registered and the rear did not. Drove for over a week and still no change. THe online store sent me new sensors for the back. (all 433 MZ) Had those replaced. Somehow the front sensors stopped working and showed an erroneous number. After a few miles they went to --. Now all 4 display as if there are no TPMS. I have driven it about 50 miles at highway speeds, so I am at a loss. Any thoughts? I want them enabled.

At least in my case, when I purchased the sensors they had to place each one up against a hand held programmer to "program them" 433MZ is one thing but there is one other "thing" that needs to happen for them to work with your JL. If they marked the tire where the TPMS is located or if they can tell you if it is opposite the valve stem it can be done from outside the tire. I wish I could be of more help but if there is a Discount tire near you they may be able to help you. They wont mount or break them down but may help you with the sensor issue.
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@Bonecollector thanks. I am having a shop do the mount, balance and install but I will be watching and helping. Thanks for the heads up. I looked at my wheels quickly just to see if I liked the color (Argent) and now they are just waiting for me to decide what tires I want to go with. I am very torn.

I went with Cooper STT Pros. This will be my third set (ran them on a 2015 JKUR. Fantastic tires.


Argent is a Bad azz color BTW Excellent choice! I am partial of course.


By the way the Hutchinson Factory has an excellent tech guy there by the name Mike Finsterbush. Great guy if you have any issues. He helped me with changing out a stud. Easily done with these wheels by the way! another plus. They are worth every penny.
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One other note. I know the guy in this vid uses a small amount of neverseize on the wheel studs for corrosion/seize purposes. I wouldn't and Hutch does not like it. I would use some fluid film on the studs after assembly to protect them. They are highly corrosion resistant on their own but this would be added assurance. That is just my opinion and is up to you.
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I am having a similar issue - I bought my wheels and tires mounted with sensors online. The shop installed them and the front tires registered and the rear did not. Drove for over a week and still no change. THe online store sent me new sensors for the back. (all 433 MZ) Had those replaced. Somehow the front sensors stopped working and showed an erroneous number. After a few miles they went to --. Now all 4 display as if there are no TPMS. I have driven it about 50 miles at highway speeds, so I am at a loss. Any thoughts? I want them enabled.

Sorry about that I mixed you up. You have regular tires and rims. The TPMS sensors are attached to your normal valve stems. At least that part is easier to deal with. My guess is they need to be programmed for your year model in addition to being the right 433MZ. For those interested Mopar does not have branded TPMS. They contract those out. I would stay away from the cheapest ones I can find on the internet.... It seems like the online shop that sold you the tires and wheels would be of more help to you. Hope it works out for soon.
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When I bought my beadlocks (set of five), I also bought 37" tires. Bought the tires from discount tire and a set of five TPMS sensors for Jeep JL Wrangler 2018. At the time of purchase the guy behind the counter programmed the sensors to my vehicle and year. I then put the beadlocks together and installed the TPMS sensors to the bead locking bands (Hutchinson). assembled the wheels and they are good to go. One of the larger tire shop groups Like Discount can program them to your specific year and model. In the case of a normal wheels the TPMS simply replaces your standard valve stem. Any decent tire shop can do this and will do it for free if you purchase your TPMS sensors from them.



I would have simply disabled the TPMS with our Tazer programmer but this is my wife's daily driver. I want her to know what is going on with her tire pressure. The programmer did make adjusting the warning threshold easy.
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