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Old 01-04-2010, 03:44 AM
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tpms 2010 f350 fix

put on a set of terra grapplers 305/70/17 e rated and pro comp wheels. tire guy put old sensors back in pumped up to 65psi and light and waring still on. read in owner manual how to reset them by using the 4 way flashers and horn beeps. and it worked. no bands around rims tire guy said they were on the valve stems like GM style.
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read in owner manual how to reset them by using the 4 way flashers and horn beeps. and it worked.
Care to elaborate. I haven't heard of this.
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o/m says turn key on .turn 4 ways on then off 3 times.horn will beep once. then the read out in dash says lower psi in left ft till horn beeps . then ft right till horn beeps . ther right rear till horn beeps then . then left rear till horn beeps. then turn off key and if horn beeps once it was susesful. if it beeps twice it was not . this is on a 2010 f350 reg cab made in november. oh and then pump up tires to 65psi.
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o/m says turn key on .turn 4 ways on then off 3 times.horn will beep once. then the read out in dash says lower psi in left ft till horn beeps . then ft right till horn beeps . ther right rear till horn beeps then . then left rear till horn beeps. then turn off key and if horn beeps once it was susesful. if it beeps twice it was not . this is on a 2010 f350 reg cab made in november. oh and then pump up tires to 65psi.
is this a dually?
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Old 01-04-2010, 09:19 AM
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no 4wd single 6.4 auto xlt reg cab
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i believe the tool came with f350s only..
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i dont think ive seen anyone put 17's on an 08 and above truck
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I was curious about this as well. I just put a set of new rims and tires on the truck and it keeps displaying that message. Mines a 2010 f250.
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page 236 of o/m. as for 17 inch wheels it came with 275/70 18. I just dont like the bicycle look of 18 20 or 24/s . I would go 16 if brake cal. were smaller. just ole school 4wheeler i guess. thanks.
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put on a set of terra grapplers 305/70/17 e rated and pro comp wheels. tire guy put old sensors back in pumped up to 65psi and light and waring still on. read in owner manual how to reset them by using the 4 way flashers and horn beeps. and it worked. no bands around rims tire guy said they were on the valve stems like GM style.
65psi is the threshold, drop it under that and the light will stay on. All he did was tell the computer which location each sensor was at, then drive it for 30 seconds above 30k and the light goes off. My 20's use the bands, not sure about the 17's. This is not a "fix", he didn't do anything magical to remedy the problem. Many of us are having this issue. I run 55 front 50 rear on my toyo mts unloaded.

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