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Has any one figured out how to get that waring light off. I talked with ford, and they told me it is a fedral regulation that the sensor has to be set at 65psi. and they can't do anything to change that. my 37.5" nittos run 55psi. Do I have to live with the light on all the time.:dunno:
 

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i had the same problem. i have an 08 also. i forget what the sensors are set at but it is listed on the yellow tag on the inside driver door post. make sure the pressure in all 4 tires is as close to the same as you can get them. then use the reset tool in your glove box and reset the sensors. when i did this the light went off and stayed off. the pressure requirements are different in the f350 and so on so look at yours.
if that doesn't work i hve heard of people replacing them with f150 sensors but i don't know if it will work and it is expensive.
 

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if you didn't get the reset tool call your dealer. they are supposed to give you one. it talks about this in the owners manual in the TPS section.
 

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if you didn't get the reset tool call your dealer. they are supposed to give you one. it talks about this in the owners manual in the TPS section.
i had the same problem. i have an 08 also. i forget what the sensors are set at but it is listed on the yellow tag on the inside driver door post. make sure the pressure in all 4 tires is as close to the same as you can get them. then use the reset tool in your glove box and reset the sensors. when i did this the light went off and stayed off. the pressure requirements are different in the f350 and so on so look at yours.
if that doesn't work i hve heard of people replacing them with f150 sensors but i don't know if it will work and it is expensive.
Thanks, I will try this when I get back in town:thumb:
 

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Keep advised that the 08 4x4's require a minimum of a 125 load index to properly support the weight of the truck and its GVWR. All tires that meet that critirea will hold 80 psi...
 
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