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TPMS light question?

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Going with aftermarket wheels and tires, will I have a TPMS light displayed in my truck if I run at lower tire pressure?
 
Going with aftermarket wheels and tires, will I have a TPMS light displayed in my truck if I run at lower tire pressure?
Not if you change the values with FORScan, search the forum for TPMS and FORScan there is a lot of information on how to do that.
 
I was surprised when I put the 37’s on mine and ran them at 60psi. Tire light was on for a couple days and then it went off and stayed off. I did change it now in Forscan to 50psi and when I did I saw the TPMS setting said autolearn (or something like that, I’d have to go back in). I’m wondering if it will reset after a certain amount of miles?
 
I was surprised when I put the 37’s on mine and ran them at 60psi. Tire light was on for a couple days and then it went off and stayed off. I did change it now in Forscan to 50psi and when I did I saw the TPMS setting said autolearn (or something like that, I’d have to go back in). I’m wondering if it will reset after a certain amount of miles?
yes they are auto learn or you can start the learning process with new tpms or just get ford ones and do nothing they will just work
 
yes they are auto learn or you can start the learning process with new tpms or just get ford ones and do nothing they will just work
I used the stock wheels and sensors, not new ones. Will the auto learn just give up, so to speak on the lower pressure?
 
I used the stock wheels and sensors, not new ones. Will the auto learn just give up, so to speak on the lower pressure?
With stock wheels after like 5 mins mine reads the pressure after moving wheels and didnt have the light on at all
 
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