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Old 06-10-2014, 08:54 PM   #1
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Tire pressure sensor fault

Just changed my rims and tires, but driving a few miles later, it shows my tire pressure sensor fault. What should I do? Can I ignore it? Thanks in advance.
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Just changed my rims and tires, but driving a few miles later, it shows my tire pressure sensor fault. What should I do? Can I ignore it? Thanks in advance.
If u didn't swap TPMS sensors in your new wheels then it's just gonna stay on all the time but u can ignore it no problem I've had the light on for over 6 months!
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If u didn't swap TPMS sensors in your new wheels then it's just gonna stay on all the time but u can ignore it no problem I've had the light on for over 6 months!
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Or you can order the Sensor adjuster from A.M. If your going to be rotating tires for summer and winter. $44.99

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Or you can order the Sensor adjuster from A.M. If your going to be rotating tires for summer and winter. $44.99

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From the looks of it, he didn't put TPMS sensors in the new set, so the transmitter won't be of much help.
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From the looks of it, he didn't put TPMS sensors in the new set, so the transmitter won't be of much help.
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If I purchased a set of take-off rims and tires from a 2014 GT with the TPMS units installed, will they work without having to use the calibration tool?
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No you have to pair them with the car.
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Is the tpms sensor only for the premium models? Reason I ask is because I just purchased brembo wheels and the guy said my tpms sensor might go off. I only have a base 14' v6.
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Tpms is for all 2007+ Mustangs

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No you have to pair them with the car.
I wasn't sure so I thought I'd ask. Once they are paired, are they good from then on even if I swap back to my original wheels with the original sensors?
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No, you have to pair each set everytime you swap wheels. The car can only learn one set of wheels at a time.

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No, you have to pair each set everytime you swap wheels. The car can only learn one set of wheels at a time.

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Good information. Thanks for clearing that up.
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