|11-24-2014 12:56 PM|
|sailor||It's a required feature now, so any defeat of the system would have to be done by an owner. (no-one else would want the liability)|
|11-24-2014 08:38 AM|
|wwe9112||Would like Tire Shops know to do that?|
|11-23-2014 05:50 PM|
|Juicedz||I wish there was a way to tune out the chime notification all together. I would go back to normal valve stems. I recall reading that the tpms sensors are only good for 7-8 years.|
|11-23-2014 09:09 AM|
|11-23-2014 09:02 AM|
|wwe9112||So when you get your tires changed you have to mess with the sensor? I'm a bit confused >_<|
|11-22-2014 10:36 PM|
|herbz||I want to chime in with my experience. I recently got a set of 15" steelies with winter tires mounted and balanced from tire rack. I also included the sensors in all 4 wheels, but did NOT purchase the reset tool that some people say you need. Thus far, after 100+ miles on the new wheels, I have not seen any warnings and have not reset anything. I have a 2012 5mt. If anything changes I will update.|
|11-22-2014 11:09 AM|
|02-07-2014 07:03 PM|
|Red Jay 918||
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|02-07-2014 05:41 PM|
|Juicedz||I recently picked up a set of 17" titanium wheels/tires without tpms. I read through the thread but it seems most purchase new ones. Can I swap my tpms from the 16" wheels onto the new ones? The 16" wheels would then be sold without tpms.|
|11-19-2012 04:39 PM|
I'll chime in here too...
I bought a set of OEM sensors with reset tool from an online Ford parts dealer, and had them installed when I had my new winter tires mounted on rims last month. I put on the winters Saturday and still have not had a tire warning/light. I've driven the car about 4 times since and have put on 100 kms in that time.
My 3 season wheels/tires are stored 4 floors away in the storage room of my condo.
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