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I put some rims on ans hour latter the tpms light

I put some rims on and hour latter the tpms light came on we air the tires up and checked the preasure it was fine

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THE LIGHT CAME ON BECUASE, IF U OPEN UP THE DRIVER SIDE DOOR, ON THE SIDE SHOULD BE THE SUGGESTED AIR AMOUNT FOR THE TIRES THAT NORMAL COME WITH THE CAR. THE RIMS YOU PUT ON, I GARUNTEE ARE PROBABLY LIKE TWO TO THREE SIZES BIGGER. SO THAT SENOSR IS SENSEING SOME THING IS WRONG. CAUSING THE LIGHT TO COME ON.

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You could have a bad TPMS, have it tested.

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