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Old 05-27-2013, 12:21 PM
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Default TPMS Problems

I had the opportunity to do some heavy 4wheeling this past weekend while camping - during this event the TPMS came on. It shows the front tires at 57 psi and the back at 58 psi. The yellow tire low indicator is also on. These pressure are a little low but I wouldn't think that is low enough to set off the indicator. What psi does enable the system ? How do I reset the system ?

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Old 05-28-2013, 11:27 AM
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I had a 2012 SLT and the TPMS drove me nuts. As little as 2 pounds difference would set it off. I traded for a 2013 Express and it is rock solid, and I kept the 17's that were on the 2012. Only difference I can think of is when they pulled the 20's off I think they re-aired the 17's with nitrogen. At least they put green caps on all the valve stems.
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