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Old 08-17-2013, 03:20 PM
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TPMS question

I have a 2013 F350 CC 4x4 with 275/70/18 tires. I would like to reduce some tire pressure but I don't know how low I can go without alerting the TPMS. Anybody know? Thanks.
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on my F250 the rear calls for 70 psi and I can run 60psi with no light.

Suggest trial and error.
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my door sticker says 65 psi. In the morning there down to 57 psi and no light! 2013 F250 with 18s from the factory.
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that TPMS is easily programmable if the tech knows his stuff.

However they did charge 1/2 hour to reprogrm mine to 55psi
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Old 08-18-2013, 11:00 AM
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I dropped mine to 60 psi in the front and 65 psi in the rear. We will see what happens.
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that TPMS is easily programmable if the tech knows his stuff.

However they did charge 1/2 hour to reprogrm mine to 55psi
I don't know where you guys are finding techs willing to put the dealer on the hook for reprogramming tpms. The fines are atmospheric and the potential liability is huge. Not a one here will touch it.

Might find some ideas here....

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...-pressure.html
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I just drove 20 miles and no light, yet. Keeping my fingers crossed.
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Well...it happened. The dealer refused to reset. Either live with the light or the higher pressure.
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