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Old 05-19-2017, 11:52 AM
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What is the factory range? 50-80psi?
I am not 100% sure. I know on my current truck my light comes on with the fronts at 45 psi and the rears at I think 60psi.

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I reset mine with a Snap On Solus. Fronts are 40 psi and rears are 36 psi
The pre 2015 trucks I believe that method and the GM tool it can be done with just that and being near the TPMS sensors themselves. Easy and cheap. On my dang truck you actually have to get into the BCM and reprogram them from what I have been told...
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Old 05-19-2017, 03:27 PM
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Well I ordered 420s so max is ~ 55 psi IIRC. Ill just take it in and have them adjust the range.
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Well I ordered 420s so max is ~ 55 psi IIRC. Ill just take it in and have them adjust the range.
don't let them tell you they can't do it. That's usually always thier first comment.
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Schrader 33500 best sensor on the market, programmable to all vehicles with the correct tool, reasonably priced as well.
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So can you use any sensor you want on these trucks and they will work? And do the rims have to be made tpms ready or can any rim be fit with a sensor? I'm tpms illiterate......
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So can you use any sensor you want on these trucks and they will work? And do the rims have to be made tpms ready or can any rim be fit with a sensor? I'm tpms illiterate......
Not sure on the whole any sensor will work method, but I am about 80% sure most all GM sensors are the same. So 1 from a Caddy might fit the same in our trucks. Whether aftermarket or OEM there mostly the same. As far as rims and TPMS goes, any rim can be fitted with the TPMS sensor. Its basically a rubber valve stem with threaded metal on the inside where the TPMS sensor attaches.
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