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Old 02-06-2011, 07:07 PM
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TPMS - Will this cause a problem?

So I've got my AEV Pintlers sitting here, and waiting on my tires to arrive. I'm going to buy new TPMS sensors so i can just put my stock wheels/tires in my garage to store for later use.

My question: will the TPMS sensors in my garage interfere with the TPMS in my Jeep?

Also, how exactly do the new sensors work? Do i need to have them calibrated, or will the Jeep just pick up on them automatically?
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Old 02-06-2011, 07:16 PM
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Re: TPMS - Will this cause a problem?

The ones sitting in your garage wont interfere. They only have a radio range of less than 12".

Your new sensors (assuming you've obtained the correct ones) should self-update and calibrate upon the first few hundred rotations of the wheels.

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Awesome! Thanks Marlin.
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