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Old 06-29-2013, 10:14 PM
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TPMS Reset?

I just put some new 33" wheels on my '13 JK Wrangler Sport Unlimited.

...Can anyone tell me how to set up my TPMS to the new tires? My jeep is firmly convinced that my tires have simultaneously lost all pressure.

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I use and AEV ProCal, they run $160.

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I'm not sure off hand if the '13 are different as I think they show each tire individually? But what you need to do and assuming you are ok running your wheels at stock pressure setting, 37psi?, if not then you will need a procal to set it differently of learn to live with the light, but back to what u need to do....it's simple...overfill your tires to say 45psi then go drive at 60mph or so for 10-20 minutes. That should work. And once the light is off you can lower your pressure back to 37. Good luck.
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Did you buy wheels or tires? If you bought wheels, did you transfer the sensors to the new wheels?
If so, Procal. You only want to run about 28-30 psi in your 33"s, and you'll need a procal to lower the tpms values.
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