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Old 04-09-2013, 08:38 AM
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TPMS on with 37 Toyo's

Hey guys,

Just had my truck in the shop because the TPMS light came on. I'm running 37 toyo mt's. They are telling me that the light has to stay on and there's nothing they can do about it because of the difference between stock tire pressure and the new Toyo's...

Anyone ran into this and how was it fixed?

Thanks,
Todd
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Old 04-09-2013, 10:05 AM
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Hey guys,

Just had my truck in the shop because the TPMS light came on. I'm running 37 toyo mt's. They are telling me that the light has to stay on and there's nothing they can do about it because of the difference between stock tire pressure and the new Toyo's...

Anyone ran into this and how was it fixed?

Thanks,
Todd
Unfortunately the low threshold on the TPMS from Ford is higher than what you would ever run aftermarket tires at. On both my 08 and my 11 I turned off the TPMS using my H&S tuners.
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Thanks George...So I'm guessing its on until my warranty is up..
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They (Ford) re-programed mine to what ever tire pressure I requested. No problems at all. Depends on your dealer I suppose
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Your local dealer should have this tool but if they don't you could buy one.

http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...d=181120468702


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Your local dealer should have this tool but if they don't you could buy one.

http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...d=181120468702


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That tool is used to sync the TPMS sensor in each wheel with the ECU. It will do nothing to fix the OP's problem as long as his tire pressure is less than the OEM setting.
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Just have it reprogrammed for your new.pressure. If your dealership says you can't, they're just being lazy.
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