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Re: Tire pressure sensors 2007 WK

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I installed the set of Rubi wheels and tires with 315mhz rubber stem sensors ('08-'12 wranglers used 315, '13 up is 433). They're part # 56029479AB. I haven't driven a ton yet but the little I have driven the light flashed a bit then went off. That's typical of introducing a new sensor to the system as it relearns the new ID so I'm hopeful that's what's happening. I'll know more after a few more miles though. Attachment 40782
looks good. awesome news. so it's 8-12 gotcha. I want to eventually bump up to some rubi wheels, that is when I need to replace my tires. Are you lifted at all? Or stock height with those? I wanted to do same on my WJ at at stock height they wouldn't fit. So I ended up with some 16" wrangler wheels with tires a little bigger then my stocks were.
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looks good. awesome news. so it's 8-12 gotcha. I want to eventually bump up to some rubi wheels, that is when I need to replace my tires. Are you lifted at all? Or stock height with those? I wanted to do same on my WJ at at stock height they wouldn't fit. So I ended up with some 16" wrangler wheels with tires a little bigger then my stocks were.

I'm 2" up with the Monroe Load Levelers (coil assisted shocks) that fit a newer ('08 or so) F150 on the rear. I was running a 265/70 before these went on, now they're 255/75's. The 265's rubbed the sway bar up front and body in the back when turned to full lock, just slightly, the 255's aren't rubbing anywhere now. I wouldn't run that size w/o lift, I'm sure you'd have clearance issues @ stock height. You'll need to either use a small wheel spacer up front, which I don't recommend, or do as I did and shave a minimal amount of material off of the caliper bracket to fit the Rubi Moabs on the WK, the spokes of the Moabs rub without modification. You'll see where when you hang the Moabs on your WK and attempt to rotate it, it'll grind on the bracket. I used my angle grinder and began to lightly shave the ridge left behind from the casting production of the calipers. You don't need to remove much, just evenly take some off and make it a flat, uniform surface. Take some off, hang the wheel and check for clearance, repeat until desired clearance is achieved. I keep my brakes clean and painted so once you're done removing material, I suggest shooting some decent paint on the raw surface so it looks good and, more importantly, mitigates any rust production. Doing this won't compromise the structural integrity of the caliper much if at all, and it's a far better solution mechanically speaking than adding wheel spacers as that has the potential for disastrous outcomes. If you do go forward with getting these on and have questions, feel free to ask, I'll always throw some help and advice where I can. ImageUploadedByJeepGarage1402176755.663671.jpgImageUploadedByJeepGarage1402176778.763370.jpgImageUploadedByJeepGarage1402176790.981099.jpgImageUploadedByJeepGarage1402176811.133146.jpgImageUploadedByJeepGarage1402176837.101707.jpgImageUploadedByJeepGarage1402176869.954535.jpgImageUploadedByJeepGarage1402176885.439097.jpg
The ridge to grind is the arc shaped bar orientated north/south. The pics where it's flat is after grind and paint, the raw is after grind, before paint. The pic of the wheel shows the run points on the back of the spokes. One pic is looking down between the spoke and the bracket after proper clearance was achieved. Hope this helps and clears up any questions you might have.
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Re: Tire pressure sensors 2007 WK

thank you for that Rkirk. Guess I wont be getting the rubis LOL. No plans to life my WK. I thought there were some that just fit like stock.
I am looking at these TPMS sensors. The seller has 3 part numbers. And I told him how they are different and different frequencies. Just wanted to make sure. And he told me whichever I need the 433 or the 315 mhx he will send me. Says they are OEM. Pretty cheap if actually OEM. Whatcha guys think?

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thank you for that Rkirk. Guess I wont be getting the rubis LOL. No plans to life my WK. I thought there were some that just fit like stock.
I am looking at these TPMS sensors. The seller has 3 part numbers. And I told him how they are different and different frequencies. Just wanted to make sure. And he told me whichever I need the 433 or the 315 mhx he will send me. Says they are OEM. Pretty cheap if actually OEM. Whatcha guys think?

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Those look great man, I'd jump on it! Get the 9479's and you should be good to go. Getting the Moabs on isn't that hard man, didn't mean to scare ya off a project. It's pretty minor stuff, took me about 30 mins to get everything cleaned up and finished like I wanted.
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Re: Tire pressure sensors 2007 WK

LOL. Nah you definitely didn't scare me off. LOL. I just didn't know I would definitely need a lift to use them Yeah I was thinking to grab the sensors, considering the aftermarkets are about that price if not more for just a pair.
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I'm not sure you'll 'definitely' need a lift, I've seen guys run em w/o but with rubbing. (I assume pretty heavy rubbing) A 2" lift is fairly inexpensive (sub $200 for sure) and, I think, improves the appearance and is pretty easy to install with a little mechanic knowledge. Either way tho man, that's the beauty of a Jeep, your build your way.
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Re: Tire pressure sensors 2007 WK

In speaking with the shop that just did my rear differential. The front 2 sensors aren't showing up on their computer. The guy really nice, said to get the sensors and he'll install em for me for nada, and register em and all. I'll post back. I'm most likely getting the rubber ones I've posted.


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Re: Tire pressure sensors 2007 WK

Had the sensors replaced the other day and the rubber ones are all good. Same frequency so good to go. Shop programmed them to the wcm. My left rear is still only showing -- members have said it might be a receiver. I can't find any info on them. Anyone have pictures? Or can tell me a location or what they look like? I know all but the left rear has one. Other then that. No idea.


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Had the sensors replaced the other day and the rubber ones are all good. Same frequency so good to go. Shop programmed them to the wcm. My left rear is still only showing -- members have said it might be a receiver. I can't find any info on them. Anyone have pictures? Or can tell me a location or what they look like? I know all but the left rear has one. Other then that. No idea.


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They look like little control modules. They'll have a single multi-pin connector going into them. If you get under the vehicle and look in the right rear you should see the wire leading to a module that is held in place with a bracket facing towards the wheel well. Should be easy enough to spot once you are under there...there's not a whole lot for it to get confused with.


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They look like little control modules. They'll have a single multi-pin connector going into them. If you get under the vehicle and look in the right rear you should see the wire leading to a module that is held in place with a bracket facing towards the wheel well. Should be easy enough to spot once you are under there...there's not a whole lot for it to get confused with.


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Awesome thank you. I found out the other day they are called trigger modules, and then I was able to find more info on them. So basically I should be making sure they are in good condition, and wire connected and all that and no damage to wire. Since it's the left rear that is problematic I should be checking the trigger module located in the right rear?
Also 60 or so miles after the sensors were replaced I noticed no flashing light and no chime, and I checked the EVIC and all 4 showing. Within 10 miles, chime again and flashing light, left rear back to --. Now daily after start up, the left rear will display, maybe for 10 or 15 minutes and then back to --.
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Awesome thank you. I found out the other day they are called trigger modules, and then I was able to find more info on them. So basically I should be making sure they are in good condition, and wire connected and all that and no damage to wire. Since it's the left rear that is problematic I should be checking the trigger module located in the right rear?
Also 60 or so miles after the sensors were replaced I noticed no flashing light and no chime, and I checked the EVIC and all 4 showing. Within 10 miles, chime again and flashing light, left rear back to --. Now daily after start up, the left rear will display, maybe for 10 or 15 minutes and then back to --.

I can't remember if we've already talked about your spare or not, what pressure is your spare holding? If you have the full size spare, it has a sensor also and it could be interfering with your readings. Just a thought, I've seen many different complications arise simply from a low spare...
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