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Hi Guys,

I just changed my stock tires to
- 17 x 33 x 12.5 Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ
- Rugged Ridge Wheels

For the TPMS to work properly I need to put Tire Pressure Sensors in the new Tires.
This must have been done thousands times by you guys, so:
- What Sensors do you recommend?
- How to program them?
- Which are the lessons learned?

Thanks, HenriSu
 

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You can use the original sensors or buy new ones, the new ones cost around $40 a piece. No need to program the sensors, they learn automatically, might take a few miles for them to reset though.
 

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Use the old ones, but like Ruski said, they are auto relearn as long as they are the right frequency and are pre programed for your model year
 

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Hi Guys,

I just changed my stock tires to
- 17 x 33 x 12.5 Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ
- Rugged Ridge Wheels

For the TPMS to work properly I need to put Tire Pressure Sensors in the new Tires.
This must have been done thousands times by you guys, so:
- What Sensors do you recommend?
- How to program them?
- Which are the lessons learned?

Thanks, HenriSu
Like others have said, as long as you get TPMS Sensors that are designed for your model year JK or use the original ones you'll be fine. The computer will find them and you don't have to program anything.

If you want to run lower pressure in the 33's and get a low pressure indicator, you'll want something like the Superchips Flashcal to adjust the threshold of the TPMS system. Let me know if you have questions or would like a quote on anything!

-Ryan
 
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