Re: TPMS part numbers.
You only need to reset them if they have been replaced or on some vehicles they need to be rest if the light comes on. But thats not the issue on jeeps. Rotating or tire changes etc you do not have to do anything to the sensors except becareful when mounting or dismounting the tires because it does not take much force to destroy a sensor.
-Kyle '05 Dark Khaki (PJT) WK Limited 4.7L V8, '08 Overland Front End, Custom Exhaust, 245/70/17 GY Silent Armors, Bilstein 4600s, K40 Calibre DL Radar Detector/Laser Diffuser, CB.
Wife's Jeep: '06 Jeep Liberty KJ 4x4 2.8L CRD Diesel