The Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPM) System is going to be standard. Which mean no extra cost with delayed availability. Anyone asked the dealer for this to be added in the future at no cost?
If possible you mount the sensors on the new rims. If they did not fit perhaps the dash indicator will show an error.MOMO said:This might be a stupid question, but I’ll ask anyway, what happens if you swap out the OEM tires? Will the TPM still be able to read the pressure? When I get mine I’ll plan on upgrading to some 20’s if not 22's.
Can I reinstall the valve stems and cap in my 20" wheels?redwinger said:The tpm system works off the valve stems and valve stem caps. It has nothing to do with the abs system. It is the same system that is available on the Pacifica.
The whole TPMS system can be swapped into your new wheels. But some wheel manuf. don't make the valve stem hole flat, rather it's tapered, and this causes the TPMS system not to fit properly without adapters, which IMO is not worth it. The wheels I just put on my car (see pics section post titled "couple pics" were made for this car and the TPMS system, so the installation of the system was simple and straightforward. The tire dude just broke the beads on all four stock tires and removed the sensors and installed them into the new wheel. They are really careful when they do this, because that sensor is about $300.00 retail, $100.00 cost. So they do not want to break one.benjieguev said:Can I reinstall the valve stems and cap in my 20" wheels?