Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Scurry TX
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These are not valve stem type. They have to have rotation or they will set off the signal. I Know I am being awfully difficult about this, folk's have tried putting them in pressurized containers, just carrying them with them, I ain't kidding here, it is going to have to be a computer fix and no one has figured it out yet. If you're tires aren't at 65 or 85 depending on your truck you are going to get a tpms fault, until Spartan or someone else figures out how to do away with it. Now this is all from what I've read over the last few months, no xperience here except for reading. I'm still running stock tires. I did deflate mine by 50 lbs. and they do cause the tpms fault. J.M.H.O.
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