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TPMS Threshold on 1 ton SRW

Does anyone know the threshold to get the low pressure warning to go off on a SRW 1 ton crew cab?

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Fuel pressure, or tire air pressure? I think tire pressure is about 40 psi. Low pressure fuel is supposed to be 120 psi, but a plugged filter or gelling will trip the warning light. I don't know what fuel pressure this happens.
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TPMS Threshold on 1 ton SRW

My dad just put Nitto Terra Graps on his 13 SRW 1-ton and he is running 55 in his and no light yet. However, in my 13 250, my right front right went down to 55 and I got the light. So I'm not sure what exactly the deal is on the TPMS.


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I have stock 18" wheels /tires on mine. my right front has a slow leak and the sensor will trip at around 55 psi. I am deliberately not patching it as I am using it as motivation to go get a new set of more aggressive tires.
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Cant you take it in and have it re-calibrated?
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On 2011+ trucks...yes it can be done. If you dealer is willing to.

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Cant you take it in and have it re-calibrated?
I thought there was a key cycle to reset them to what they currently are?

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Just installed new tires on my 11 and the shop was able to recalibrate my sensors for the new bigger tires.
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Tire pressure. I had to have my rims reprinted after my agricultural excursion. Getting low tire pressure since. I think the shop did not recalibrate the system. Another trip back. Thanks for the input folks. Pit 65 pounds in all four and still getting light.

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On 2011+ trucks...yes it can be done. If you dealer is willing to.
Guess your rite. Some dealers are just PITA. My dealer is pretty cool, when it comes to stuff like that. If you talk to them and just let them know whats up, then most times they will work with you and not against you.
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