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Re: Tire pressure sensors 2007 WK

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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...
I am still experiencing the flashing light and no reading for the left rear. Since it's nice out I want to take a look at the trigger modules. Which seem spendy. Anyways, visually I will look at the wiring running to them. Anyone know if I can swap them around and see if I can get the left rear to work with lets say the right rear which might be faulty up front? Or will a faulty one elsewhere cause the signals to get messed up?

I believe I have a full size spare. I would have to look. I have a limited, I would think I should? But I don't think the system I have reads the spare, I mean I don't think the spare has a sensor.

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I am still experiencing the flashing light and no reading for the left rear. Since it's nice out I want to take a look at the trigger modules. Which seem spendy. Anyways, visually I will look at the wiring running to them. Anyone know if I can swap them around and see if I can get the left rear to work with lets say the right rear which might be faulty up front? Or will a faulty one elsewhere cause the signals to get messed up?

I believe I have a full size spare. I would have to look. I have a limited, I would think I should? But I don't think the system I have reads the spare, I mean I don't think the spare has a sensor.

Easier to just rotate your tires, bring the fronts back and backs up front. If it's a module the fault will stay in that corner, if it's a sensor the fault will follow the wheel. You should have a sensor in your spare, whether or not your system reads it is another matter. My '06 Laredo has a full size with sensor, I assume your limited does as well.
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Easier to just rotate your tires, bring the fronts back and backs up front. If it's a module the fault will stay in that corner, if it's a sensor the fault will follow the wheel. You should have a sensor in your spare, whether or not your system reads it is another matter. My '06 Laredo has a full size with sensor, I assume your limited does as well.
That's true. Makes sense. And all my sensors except for the passenger front were replaced last summer. The one that ended up passenger front was faulty and a replacement was sent. And I never had it installed. And I will definitely take a peak underneath and see about the spare. If I add air to spare though. I won't see a change in the pressure on the dash though, right? And if it is the module. Then would it be the right rear that's an issue or the drivers front since the drivers rear doesn't have one.
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That's true. Makes sense. And all my sensors except for the passenger front were replaced last summer. The one that ended up passenger front was faulty and a replacement was sent. And I never had it installed. And I will definitely take a peak underneath and see about the spare. If I add air to spare though. I won't see a change in the pressure on the dash though, right? And if it is the module. Then would it be the right rear that's an issue or the drivers front since the drivers rear doesn't have one.

Correct, if your spare is low it doesn't show psi on the dash, some vehicles show spare psi, others trigger the light for low spare, and some don't monitor the spare at all. Not sure which module it could be, I strongly doubt it's a module tho, rotate the tires around and see what changes. You could even set your pressures all differently so you know for a fact which sensors are functioning. Set one @ 25, one @ 30, one @ 35, and one @ 40 psi, could set your spare @ 50 too but shouldn't matter, the sensors don't wake up and transmit until they've hit speeds. take note of locations and see which ones display correctly and which one doesn't show up to the party. I'm sure you'll find a faulty sensor, 90% of the time that's the culprit.
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If you have the Premium system a low spare will say it's low on the EVIC readout, but won't show the pressure.
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Re: Tire pressure sensors 2007 WK

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Correct, if your spare is low it doesn't show psi on the dash, some vehicles show spare psi, others trigger the light for low spare, and some don't monitor the spare at all. Not sure which module it could be, I strongly doubt it's a module tho, rotate the tires around and see what changes. You could even set your pressures all differently so you know for a fact which sensors are functioning. Set one @ 25, one @ 30, one @ 35, and one @ 40 psi, could set your spare @ 50 too but shouldn't matter, the sensors don't wake up and transmit until they've hit speeds. take note of locations and see which ones display correctly and which one doesn't show up to the party. I'm sure you'll find a faulty sensor, 90% of the time that's the culprit.
so my spare shouldn't factor in with this at all then? I honestly don't think its sensor. I get the flashing light, and my left rear is always displaying --. Before the sensors were replaced it was the left rear with the --. My left front occasionally through the winter would display -- but would come back with a pressure displaying.
And hasn't misbehaved since the spring. My WJ was much easier LOL. I got a same message about service TPMS at start up. I replaced the sensors, trained with magnet and that was it. LOL

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If you have the Premium system a low spare will say it's low on the EVIC readout, but won't show the pressure.
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so my spare shouldn't factor in with this at all then? I honestly don't think its sensor. I get the flashing light, and my left rear is always displaying --. Before the sensors were replaced it was the left rear with the --. My left front occasionally through the winter would display -- but would come back with a pressure displaying.
And hasn't misbehaved since the spring. My WJ was much easier LOL. I got a same message about service TPMS at start up. I replaced the sensors, trained with magnet and that was it. LOL


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The WK's auto learn their locations so it 'should' be easier than the WJ's system, in theory anyway. If rotating doesn't change the symptom then I'd lean towards a bad pick up module. If you go to your local tire shop (not sure where you live) like Americas or discount tire, they have a tpms tool that they can read each sensor individually. They can go corner by corner and tell you which is functioning and the battery life left (some tools have the battery function). That could help a lot with the diagnostic process and get you going in the right direction.
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The WK's auto learn their locations so it 'should' be easier than the WJ's system, in theory anyway. If rotating doesn't change the symptom then I'd lean towards a bad pick up module. If you go to your local tire shop (not sure where you live) like Americas or discount tire, they have a tpms tool that they can read each sensor individually. They can go corner by corner and tell you which is functioning and the battery life left (some tools have the battery function). That could help a lot with the diagnostic process and get you going in the right direction.
that I have heard mixed reviews on. Some say auto learn and others say they have to be programmed to the WCM with tool. Which these were. And when I went to shop last year, and they installed these they told me to drive and the light would go off. And nada. They discovered right off the bat the faulty new sensor, based on scanning. But the fact that this one is good and wasn't displaying on the EVIC stumped em. I told them I would ask about on a forum I am on and see if I could get some direction for this.
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that I have heard mixed reviews on. Some say auto learn and others say they have to be programmed to the WCM with tool. Which these were. And when I went to shop last year, and they installed these they told me to drive and the light would go off. And nada. They discovered right off the bat the faulty new sensor, based on scanning. But the fact that this one is good and wasn't displaying on the EVIC stumped em. I told them I would ask about on a forum I am on and see if I could get some direction for this.

It's true, they can be learned either way. With the scan tool it's instant, with the drive to learn it takes a few minutes of drive time at speeds. As long as they're the correct sensors (frequency). Try to rotate your tires and see if that changes anything, also try the differing pressures to identify the fault. After those tests and process of elimination you'll have a good idea of what's going on, then we can talk about solutions.
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Tire pressure sensors 2007 WK

Well just to update ImageUploadedByJeepGarage1434645835.435135.jpg
They are all reading. I had stopped by a shop earlier in the week and they were scanned and all working. With the exception of the right front. Which was an original. Well was harder to get a reading. Funny also after leaving it went out and came back. Anyways the guy said all are okay and it seems to be computer in jeep and he would just leave all alone. Next day I decided to check the trigger modules and all were connected and no breaks in wires right at them. I was able to disconnect left front and right rear. Right front wasn't disconnecting that easily. I started jeep and was still the same. Figuring I would need to drive for miles to let system learn of disconnect(s) I put back together. As it's been raining and I didn't want to get parts wet. I didn't take notice yesterday. But today noticed no error and no flashing light. Looks like disconnecting and reconnecting resolved the issue. Thanks everyone for their help. Next to get all the pressures the same
Oh also confirmed spare tire doesn't have a sensor.

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Re: Tire pressure sensors 2007 WK

Guess was excited too soon. Light flashing. Again. Service tire pressure system message displaying and left rear showing as -- on evic again. Oh wells.


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Re: Tire pressure sensors 2007 WK

and hitting a pot hole yesterday with the front fire tire got it working temporarily again. I am guessing there is a loose connection with the trigger module located at the left front
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