Thank you so much for the details. Where would the battery be in the sensor, Prages? The manual is useless for any specifics. It's a 2012 Jeep Rubicon
What is "full of air"? How many PSI? If your TPMS system wants to see 35 PSI and your tires are at 30 PSI, the TPMS warning will never go away. There's no way to tell if a tire has 30 or 35 PSI just by looking at it. You'll need to use a tire pressure gauge.Morning. MY TPMS light wont go off tires are full of air, tried driving around 4 ever.. any way to reset? Link to the "tool" to reset perhaps or do I just take t o a tire place?
Aaaaah.The battery is in the sensor, and I'm not sure it's serviceable. You may have to buy a new sensor. Regardless, you have break the bead of the tire to get to it, so a tire shop is your best bet.
From my understanding, the sensors should synch up automatically, provided they are the correct frequency. They did change frequencies somewhere around 2013 or so, so if you put an older sensor on a newer vehicle or vice versa, they wouldn't synch up.