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Tire pressure sensor fault

Changed wheels on my 04 navigator to 20s, the problem i get the tire pressure fault message..how do i resolve this

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You need to remove the sensors in you factory wheels or buy new sensors to install in your new wheels. there is no way to turn this option off.

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