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post #1 of 4 Old 06-18-2012, 04:43 PM Thread Starter
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tpms help

Ordered my rims n was wanting to know what i need to do with the toms i am getting toyo open country 37x 22. I am not planing on a tuner for awhile any help
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You can reprogram them according to the manual but I did it the other weekend and it looked like it took but then the next day the warning came back. So I need to try again.

Also my friend had all of his on his Tundra put inside his spare and that worked.

I guess if I ever get a tuner I'll be able to fix the problem.

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Some have said they were able to get their tpms system reprogrammed but will vary by dealership.
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i running 65 psi all around with 37inch toyo open country mt's no light on are your tires e rated

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