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Old 11-11-2015, 06:37 PM
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Jk Rubacon tire and wheel take off's

How can I bypass or do away with the tire's TPMS. The wheels do not have them installed. I don't want to see the tire in the dash gauge.
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AEV procal will delet it. There are others too but the AEV procal works very well.

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What do you mean by AEV procal.
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it is a device that will disable or change the threshold psi that triggers your light. do a search lots of info on aev procal and other similar devices. Both on this forum and google search as well.
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Don't want to buy one for a 1 timer. Who might have one, I asked 1 tire store and they don't have one?
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Don't want to buy one for a 1 timer. Who might have one, I asked 1 tire store and they don't have one?
they can only be used on one vehicle, as it marries to your vin so pretty much your option is live with the light and ding or spend $150 for the procal. It is a nice device and well worth the money especially if you ever go to bigger tires. You can always use the old black tape trick and cover the warning light with a piece of tape. but still will get the chime.
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is it cheaper to install the TPMS. Saw some from $25 to $45 on ebay or amazon.
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you can get 5 for $55 off ebay and if you can break a bead on a tire yourself then you are good to go for $55. If you are going to pay a shop to install probably still cheaper but depends on what the tire shop charges. what year is your jeep and are you running stock tires?
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How do I know if I have a bad sensor?
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tire shop can tell you. They have a device that reads the signal.

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