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Old 06-16-2014, 03:23 PM
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2014 TPMS sensor adjustment?

I bought my new truck with the idea of putting an 8" lift and 37's on it but now I am running in to some road blocks. Like many of you know the trucks have a TPMS which requires 80psi in the rear, but I am having trouble find a way around this issue. H&S had a programmer for this but because of legal issues they do not currently make a programmer of any kind for the 2014 trucks (accoding to H&S sales rep earlier today). And unless i have missed it none of the other programmer companies offer a TPMS adjustment on their tuners. I was told the dealer has the ability to do the adjustment but not all are willing to. Am I stuck with either not doing 37's or or looking at the low pressure sign?
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Old 06-16-2014, 06:43 PM
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Dealers can , most will, discount tire shops can , H&S tuner will. Finding one is the problem there but it's possible
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Old 06-26-2014, 02:54 PM
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Wanted to give an update for anyone with this issue in the future. A Ford dealer does have the ability to change your Tire Pressure setting to almost any setting you want, and they can also adjust your speeding for bigger tires but there is a size cap(not sure what size that is though).

My dealer did not know they could do this initially and were telling me they couldnt. But after many conversations with the sales manager, mechanic, and aftermarkets guy I somehow convinced them it was possible and they needed to figure out how. They called a few off-road shops who told them of a dealer that had done it for their shop. Then my dealer talked to the other dealers mechanic and presto they can do the adjustment.

Should be getting the lift and tires put on next week

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