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Old 09-25-2013, 07:10 AM   #1
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I'm ordering new wheels for my car as soon as they are back in stock at AM. Are the sensors necessary? If I decide not to get them will my tps light stay on?
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I'm ordering new wheels for my car as soon as they are back in stock at AM. Are the sensors necessary? If I decide not to get them will my tps light stay on?
It doesn't stay on. You can clear it off once you first start the car. When I got new wheels I could have transferred my old ones into the new wheels but I didn't much care for them.
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It doesn't stay on. You can clear it off once you first start the car. When I got new wheels I could have transferred my old ones into the new wheels but I didn't much care for them.
Okay cool. How do you clear them off?
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Reset button every time you start out
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Reset button every time you start out
Oh sweet. Thanks for the help!
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Reset button every time you start out
That only makes the message go away in the HUD. The warning light still shows on your dash and you won't pass state inspections.
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That only makes the message go away in the HUD. The warning light still shows on your dash and you won't pass state inspections.
I'm not worried about the dash light and we don't have state inspections in florida. It's the most lenient state in the country lol
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That only makes the message go away in the HUD. The warning light still shows on your dash and you won't pass state inspections.
What state wouldn't pass a car for the tpms light being on I never heard that before I know in Pennsylvania it doesn't matter?
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That only makes the message go away in the HUD. The warning light still shows on your dash and you won't pass state inspections.
I don't have a warning light after I reset it?
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The light will still be on. If anything take the sensors out of your old wheels and put them in your new ones. It's not hard to do I've done tons.
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The light will still be on. If anything take the sensors out of your old wheels and put them in your new ones. It's not hard to do I've done tons.
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Old 10-01-2013, 06:23 PM   #12
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Ill use the old ones. Thanks!
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