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Hey guys I just picked up some duratracs 295/65r/18. I had them for about a week and today on the expressway the TPMS went on. I checked the tires and they were all at 32psi including the spare. Does anyone know what psi is needed to turn off the tpms light? It's a 2012 JKUs.

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Hey guys I just picked up some duratracs 295/65r/18. I had them for about a week and today on the expressway the TPMS went on. I checked the tires and they were all at 32psi including the spare. Does anyone know what psi is needed to turn off the tpms light? It's a 2012 JKUs. Thanks
Needs to be 33 psi and up - I believe. The computer is programmed from factory for tires to run at 35 psi. You can adjust the threshold or completely turn it off with a programmer like the AEV ProCal - a programmer is necessary anyway since you're running bigger tires in order to adjust your shift points.
 
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