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09 wrangler x...tires now wrangler 255 75 17 sra.. if i put diff tires on that require more pressure how do i avoid TPMS..thanx

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You either have the sensors removed from the tires entirely or may be able to have them calibrated at a local tire service center. However they may or may not be able, or be willing to do this. If the pressure difference is very minimal, I would consider leaving them at the same pressure so you dont have to get yourself in to this situation.

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