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Tire Pressure Monitor disconnect

Does anyone know how to turn off or adjust the tire pressure monitor on the 2013 Rubicon? If the door says recommended pressure should be 41 psi and it gets a little lower it flashes and the yellow light comes on and won't go off until back to 41. That pressure sure makes for a rough ride.
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Re: Tire Pressure Monitor disconnect

I think the only way to adjust it/turnit off is using a programmer, like the Superchips FlashPaq or AEV ProCal. That's what I did for mine when I went to 37's.
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Re: Tire Pressure Monitor disconnect

Thank you very much, I will see if I can find one.
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If you use the superchips you can turn off the TPMS entirely. As i regularly drop my pressures to 5/10psi for off road, and I don't like that light either.
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Re: Tire Pressure Monitor disconnect

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If you use the superchips you can turn off the TPMS entirely. As i regularly drop my pressures to 5/10psi for off road, and I don't like that light either.
I turned mine off, too. Usually run about 10psi offroad. Would probably run lower, but don't have beadlocks and don't want to worry about popping a bead on the trail.
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