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post #1 of 6 Old 03-15-2013, 03:50 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone know how to adjust the TPMS warning? My 2011 F350 requires 80 PSI on the rears. That is good for towing, but I don't tow in the winter, and would like a little softer ride without the warning message. Thanks.
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Best bet is to put some after market valve sensors on at the lower rating. Won't help you as much when your towing, but if say you got sensors for 65PSI, if you lost pressure past that it will warn you.

As for modifying the value, no.

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Just got Toyo Open Country AT2 tires this week on my 2010 F350. 35x12.5r20 Im struggling to figure out the tpms reset/retrain proceedure. I read manual and tried the proceedure with putting truck in relearn mode by cycling ignition and hazard lights. I let air out tire but no response.....also tried using the ford sensor learning tool....still nothing. I tried this while having tires inflated to 80 lbs in rear and 65 front. The Toyo tires are only rated to 65 lbs so I plan to return them to at or below 65 once I train them to truck. Im running out of ideas other than to take back to tire shop and have them install FORD OEM sensors and trying again. Anyone have similar issues? Got any ideas?

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probably have to take it to ford need to use IDS scanner to reprogram the pressures in the computer. Some shops may have aftermarket scan tool that will do it but ford would be the best bet.
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I dont think its the pressure issue because I had the tires inflated to the OEM specs just to try and get the sensors to sync to truck. Drove around for a day with 65psi front, 80 psi rear....tried the retrain proceedure several times...It didnt work....????

They are aftermarket valve stem style TPMS sensors....I think when I go back to tire shop I will have them get me the OEM Ford sensors and try that. Just need to figure out how to get them to be recognized by truck...FRUSTRATED!!!!

On another note....since I dont plan to run 80 psi in rear....I ordered the H&S TPMS tool to link into my mini maxx. It will allow me to program the computer to what pressures I want or it can even turn off the TPMS system....cost me $100 but will save alot of headaches.

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In my original post I was interested in a way to lower my rear tire pressure below 80PSI without the warning message with my new AT2 tires. It seems that when you 1 st install the tires, you need to set them at the OEM 80PSI. After a few days I lowered the rears to 70PSI. I just made a 500 mile round trip without any warning message. Perhaps my problem is solved. Thanks for all of the ideas.
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