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Old 06-01-2013, 01:52 PM   #1
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Will my Stock Stellies TPMS work on after market wheels if I add this...

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Old 06-01-2013, 01:55 PM   #2
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Mine did for a few months. Now the light is on I just ignore it. I've checked the pressure in all 4 tires and its good
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Did you have the crappy stock steelies?


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Yep
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Ok, did you have to flip or rotate the TPMS, or did you just put the rebuild kit on. I've heard that the TPMS on the stock steelies have a different mounting angle.
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Don't really know I had the wheels put on at pep boys. That's where I had got tires. I had them on the steelies. Ordered my wheeels from discount had them change em over
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Ok, Thanks for your help man.
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No prob what wheels are you getting?
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TPMS straps are what you need. Discount put mine on for me. 60k miles with no issues.
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Old 06-01-2013, 02:37 PM   #10
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The fit kit just replaces wear parts with new ones to prevent air leaks; it doesn't change the shape of the sensor. Your steelie TPMS sensors can work in alloy wheels by rotating the sensors 180 deg.
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Where can I buy the cheapest strap kit
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I know TPMS sensors work in at least some aftermarket wheels. Mine work in these with no straps-

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FYI- i also had those "sweet" steelies...then bought the stock 2012 tacoma wheels and it did NOT fit..regardless of rotating them or anything...the angle on the bead is just too great i had to buy 4 new ones...OUCH!
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