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Hello there


Trying to figure out a couple of things that you might know the answer to.


- My new after market wheels didn't come with tpms. Mine are on the original wheels. The dash board constantly tells the front left tire is low. lol Wondering if there is a way to disable the tpms to show up on the dash?
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Trying to figure out a couple of things that you might know the answer to.


- My new after market wheels didn't come with tpms. Mine are on the original wheels. The dash board constantly tells the front left tire is low. lol Wondering if there is a way to disable the tpms to show up on the dash?
Best thing is to take the sensors out of the old wheels and install them in the new.
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Best thing is to take the sensors out of the old wheels and install them in the new.
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