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Just put on my new rims and shortly after the Service Required/Low Tire Pressure lights came on. Is there anyway to turn this off or am I stuck with it on each season? (I have winter tires on my stock rims and summer tires on new rims)
 

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If you did get the tpms installed it should reset itself shortly after install.


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Just put on my new rims and shortly after the Service Required/Low Tire Pressure lights came on. Is there anyway to turn this off or am I stuck with it on each season? (I have winter tires on my stock rims and summer tires on new rims)
You're stuck with it for each season basically.. you get used to it though. To my knowledge there is no way to turn the system off - I've asked 4 different respectable tuners and they all say you can't turn it off at all. There have been attempts to trick it by getting the tpms sensors into a compressed bottle of some sort and just leaving it in the back, but i think that experiment failed. The sensors require inertia in order for them to charge/power on and continue to function etc.

Or.. you could just install them on your setup, make sure tire pressure is up and drive it for like 50 miles - the low pressure thing will go away soon after.
 

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lol just deal with it..that's what I've been doing ...check the tire pressure manually...or if you're that sensitive..
remount the tires and put the tpms lol...
Not sensitive to it just gets annoying looking at my dash all lit up in yellow. Just figured out that if I hold the info button down it will clear the screen and just leave the little icon lit. Before my whole dash was yellow saying service required and I couldn't see anything (oil temp, driving distance A, driving distance B, etc). So I am at least happy with that.
 
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