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Old 10-08-2015, 08:32 PM
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Re: tire pressure monitoring system 2014 Summit

TPMS sensor part number 56029398AB worked just fine on my 15' Laredo. I put custom 18" wheels and tires to replace my 17" stock Laredo wheels. I left the original sensors in the original wheels and tires and stored them in my garage. I bought the new sensors for the tire shop to install in my new wheels. It took them a few miles to register the proper tire pressure, but at no point did I encounter red lines at all. Hope this helps.
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Chrysler Dodge Jeep TPM TPMS Tire Pressure Sensor Sensors Set of 4 56029398AB | eBay

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Re: tire pressure monitoring system 2014 Summit

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"Hi Leon,

Looking through the Mopar catalog the factory 20" wheels on the 2014 Grand Cherokees come with the 56029398AB sensor and the 2015 Grand Cherokees use the 68241067AB sensor. So the sensors may indeed be working properly but the 2014 sensors just are not being recognized by the system in your 2015. The 2014 can use both sensor numbers but the 2015 only uses the 68241067AB sensors.
Here is the link to the Tire Pressure Sensor page.

Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor - Item # 68078861AA, 68001696AB, 56029465AB, 56029359AC & 56029481AB #TPMSensor

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Re: tire pressure monitoring system 2014 Summit

Corey. See my post right above yours.
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Re: tire pressure monitoring system 2014 Summit

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Corey. See my post right above yours.
He's saying that this is specifically for the trucks that came with the 20" wheels oem. The others with the 18" wheels may still use the part number you quote.
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Re: tire pressure monitoring system 2014 Summit

How does the sensor know what size the wheel is?
Does a 2015 jeep have different TPMS frequencies between 17, 18 and 20 inch wheels?
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Re: tire pressure monitoring system 2014 Summit

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How does the sensor know what size the wheel is?
Does a 2015 jeep have different TPMS frequencies between 17, 18 and 20 inch wheels?
Haha, that's exactly what I have been wondering! It's just a pressure sensor??
What itvould be, is that the receiver on the 2015's with 20" wheels is different, and as such does not recognize the '14 sensor. Odd that jeep would do that though...
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Re: tire pressure monitoring system 2014 Summit

What would the purpose of a different receiver be? What would drive an engineer to decide that a 20" wheel would require a differenet TPMS receiver than a 17" or 18" wheel? In fact, why would Jeep spend extra money on multiple sensor design when one size would fit all. That doesn't fit the corporate number cruncher model.

I bought and used 4 56029398AB TPMS sensors and put them on 18's. My Jeep is a 2015.
Basically what is being said here is, If I had bought my Jeep with 20" factory wheels and decided to use the 56029398AB sensors in the 18" wheels I put on, or any size wheel for that matter with the 56029398AB sensors, I'd get red lines on the dash readout.
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Basically what is being said here is, If I had bought my Jeep with 20" factory wheels and decided to use the 56029398AB sensors in the 18" wheels I put on, or any size wheel for that matter with the 56029398AB sensors, I'd get red lines on the dash readout.
That pretty much correlates with what I am experiencing at the moment.

I am swapping out my sensors shortly, I will report back with the results.
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Re: tire pressure monitoring system 2014 Summit

Any update? Did the new sensors work?

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Re: tire pressure monitoring system 2014 Summit

I'm interested in this as well. I have '15 Limited with 18" wheels and will be putting in OEM TPMS sensors with part number 56029398AB. When I get them mounted sometime this week, I'll report back with my results.
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I'm interested in this as well. I have '15 Limited with 18" wheels and will be putting in OEM TPMS sensors with part number 56029398AB. When I get them mounted sometime this week, I'll report back with my results.
I got them mounted today. They linked right up. As far as I know, the tire shop didn't do any programming. I told them they would automatically program themselves.

So, the older sensor model works fine on a '15 Limited with 18" wheels.
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Re: tire pressure monitoring system 2014 Summit

Anyone have experience with 2015 Overland with 20 inch wheels? My parts department gave me a part number of 68241067AB, $90 for one.

I read where 68241067AB replaces 56029398AB but are they interchangeable?

Most people are saying the 56029398AB will work but it seems some are having problems.

Has anyone actually had a tire change on their factory 20 inch wheels and checked the part number of the TPMS?

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