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AEV procal module TPMS over-ride

I have an AEV Procal Module to override the TPMS for my new 35" tires , when first installed no sensor light was showing , but after driving approx 35km , the sensor came on. Re-adjusted threshold to 6 PSI below tire pressure, and still no change. The sensor light is still on. Does anyone know how to adjust this?

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    new sensors and new control module the tpms light still on

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You can not adjust this. It is integrated software in the WCM (wireless control module) take it to the dealership they can change that threshold for you. Also have them set the pinion factor for the bigger tires your speedo will be more acurate. hope this helps.

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