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I have added 2" spacers and upgraded tires that require 44lbs rather then the OEM 33lbs now "tpms" indicator will not go off. This is on a 2014 jeep grand cherokee larado. Any help would be great. It's driving me nuts! haha
 

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Just out of curiosity, why did you have to go to 44psi? That is usually the max psi on a lot of passenger tires. Generally you will run it much less than that. Are they low profile on large rims?
 
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Just out of curiosity, why did you have to go to 44psi? That is usually the max psi on a lot of passenger tires. Generally you will run it much less than that. Are they low profile on large rims?
Shhhhh hes a Grand Cherokee owner plus he's asking about re-calibrating the TPMS for wheel spacers. Kind of says it all. Probably goes by whats marked on the tire instead of the Plate on the Door Jam. Just hope he doesn't decide to go driving in any sand dunes.
 

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I have added 2" spacers and upgraded tires that require 44lbs rather then the OEM 33lbs now "tpms" indicator will not go off. This is on a 2014 jeep grand cherokee larado. Any help would be great. It's driving me nuts! haha
I have Grand Cherokee and Cherokee. On Grand Cherokee I need to reset error codes every time I rotate tires or set to winter/summer set.
 
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