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Old 07-21-2013, 12:38 PM
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Turn Off The TPMS?

Can I turn off the tpms with the Mini Max (it is the race tuner)?
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Old 07-21-2013, 12:47 PM
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Yes but you'll need to find/purchase the h&s tpms module. You can but one straight from hs, i borrowed one from a fellow member when i did mine.
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Wow! $100 for the module to turn off the tpms. Pretty steep. Anyone got one I can borrow (I'll pay postage)? I just want to turn the darn thing off but for $100 I guess I can live the "low tire pressure" symbol. Maybe it'll burn out or something.
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Wow! $100 for the module to turn off the tpms. Pretty steep. Anyone got one I can borrow (I'll pay postage)? I just want to turn the darn thing off but for $100 I guess I can live the "low tire pressure" symbol. Maybe it'll burn out or something.
in the same boat as you its annoying pressing reset everytime i turn it over but ill burn the 1 calorie every time in place of 100 bucks
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Wow! $100 for the module to turn off the tpms. Pretty steep. Anyone got one I can borrow (I'll pay postage)? I just want to turn the darn thing off but for $100 I guess I can live the "low tire pressure" symbol. Maybe it'll burn out or something.
40,000+ truck
$1000 tuner
$$$$ in parts to delete what not.

And you can't justify a $100 to delete a system. Dude. Buy it. Delete it. And sell it. And if the light burns out. As with most of these trucks they will throw a code you can see on a scan tool.

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