O.K., I search my butt off for weeks until I find a local tire shop with used factory alloy wheels for my new rig. They are installed with the purchase price and since my old TPMS sensors don't fit, the shop gives me another set that does.
Now the damned warning light won't go out, and can't be reset because the new sensors aren't recognized by my truck's computer even though they too are factory OEM's. So I either pay the dealership a ridiculous price to reset the system to recognize them, or get the old sensors back from the shop and build some kind of pipe bomb gadget to fool them into thinking they are on my wheels. Or of course ignore the light or cover it or rip the dash apart to disconnect it, etc, until I go in for my first oil change and routine maintenance, at which time the service department will burst into flames at the fact that my sensors aren't working and I need them because I am too stupid to keep my tires properly inflated.
Even this is better than having to buy new sensors for another small fortune. And I could have avoided this altogether by buying the damned wheels when I bought my truck.
Does anyone know of an easy solution to this ridiculous waste of my time?