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TPMS question

My GC Limited is a 2015. I recently got a set of "take-off" wheels from my dealer. They came off a 2014 CG, and had been sitting in the dealer's parts department for about 18 months.

From what we were able to determine, the TPMS sensors on the '14s and '15s seem to be the same. I installed a second set of tires on these wheels earlier this week, and installed them on the Jeep yesterday. I then went for a "test ride" and all seems OK.....BUT....the air pressure readout on the dashboard screen seems to be exactly the same as what was on it before, even though I know I inflated the new tires to 1 PSI more.

Is there some time that it takes, for the vehicle to "learn" the different sensors?

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Re: TPMS question

Yes sometimes it takes a while to automatically pair the sensors. You are correct the sensors are the same between '14 and '15. However I recently found out the 2016 uses an all new sensors and is not compatible with earlier cars.
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Yes sometimes it takes a while to automatically pair the sensors. You are correct the sensors are the same between '14 and '15. However I recently found out the 2016 uses an all new sensors and is not compatible with earlier cars.

Thanks for the reply. It seems that the sensors are responding now.

The reason for the second set of wheels, is I took the Nokians and OE wheels off, and got a set of Michelins, to use for the summer. I loved the Nokians in the winter, but even though they're advertised to be "all weather" tires, I think their heavy snow performance bias limits their summer performance. The last trip I took, on the Interstates at 70 MPH, in hot weather, I was sort of "all over the road" when it got windy.



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