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Air Pressure Sensors in new wheels not working

I had my sensors removed and put in my new wheels, but the light is still coming on. I have 37x13.5R22 Toyo MT's with 65 psi. Do I need to had more air or will they not work since the factories are 80 psi max?

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if you still have your stock spare tire just have all of your sensors thrown in there and they shouldnt ever go off again just my


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^^^^^ Wrong.

Yes, the tires need to be at the factory door sticker pressure for the light on the dash to go out.

1991 Ranger - 38" TSL's, 3 link, One tons, 5.38s on King air shocks....under construction.
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^^^^^ Wrong.

Yes, the tires need to be at the factory door sticker pressure for the light on the dash to go out.
Just sayin it works


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I put 65 psi in all four as required. Maybe it takes a little while to go off. I remember someone saying that thr tires have to be rolling for it to be able to pick it up so putting it in the spare may not solve it. But again I may be wrong.

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I put 65 psi in all four as required. Maybe it takes a little while to go off. I remember someone saying that thr tires have to be rolling for it to be able to pick it up so putting it in the spare may not solve it. But again I may be wrong.
Let me rephrase that it worked on a Chevrolet my bad fords systems may be different


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Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Pressure Sensor

The SJB monitors the air pressure in the 4 road tires with tire pressure sensors. The sensors transmit radio frequency signals to the SJB approximately every 60 seconds when the vehicle speed exceeds 32 km/h (20 mph).

The tire pressure sensors are battery operated and are mounted to the valve stem.

^^^^ right out of the shop manual

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1997 Ranger - reg cab flare side, 3.0L, M5OD-R1, 4x4, 31x10.50r15 MT's.
2008 F350 - Crewcab short bed, 6.4L diesel, H&S XRT Pro, AFE DOC/DPF delete
1972 Mustang Coupe - 302, c4, 9", 4.11's locked.
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