Question about 2004 Ford Explorer
It depends on the type of pressure monitor system that is used.
Some work off the ABS sensors, measuring the rotation speed of the wheels (if a wheel slows down it indicated the tyre pressure is low.) It is possible that a different wheel / tyre size could require the system to be reset / recalibrated.
More common is to have a set of sender units mounted inside the tyre (usually forming part of the valve assembly.) Did you transfer the sender units from your old wheels to your new ones? This could well be the problem.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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