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  1. On two separate occasions I've had to drive with my low pressure light on when I know my tires aren't low. The first time was on a 4 hour road trip (not ideal) and currently, for the past 3 days. I use two gauges when I fill my tires. The gauge on the pump that reads a little high and a handheld that reads spot on. I've used them both extensively on different vehicles and I know how they read. I'll put 37 psi in all my tires when it's cold and the truck will not read it above 29. It only does this when the temp outside is close or below freezing. I could understand a few psi difference but it refuses to raise about 29 no matter how much air is in there. When it's warm it goes right back to normal. I know these aren't the most reliable sensors but maybe there's an easy fix out there.
  2. I have a 2007 new body style Silverado 2500 4WD "work truck" model. It has a crew cab and 6' bed. It has 62,000 miles and is in close to mint condition because I'm OCD so I plan to keep it. I used to haul heavy trailer loads. Now I am retired and the heaviest is a couple bags of deer feed. I live in south Texas so snow isn't a factor, but I travel to Wisconsin often and snow is a factor there. The original tires were 245/75R16 load range E. I upgraded to 265/75R16. The wheels are the original 16 x 7. I run off road tires because I live in dirt and mud country. Front tire pressure according to sticker should be 50psi, rear 80psi. Question 1: It's time for new tires. I'm staying with 265/75R16 load range E, but I don't think I need 80psi in the rear. By the same token I think 50 is too low in the front. I usually run 55-60 in the front and 70-75 in the rear. The TPMS lights up when the rear gets much below 70. I rotate the tires every 5000 miles give or take. They wear more in the middle. I think that is because I run too high a pressure in the rear for most of my driving. Does anyone have a recommendation for front and rear tire pressure? Question 2: When I shop for 16 x 8 wheels, I get a flag saying "not for this model" because it has a WT (work truck) designation. Is the 8 lug spacing different on the WT model?
  3. Recently bought a wheel and tire deal with TPMS included but not having any luck with my el-50448, have been to local gm dealer as wheel as a discount tire neither of which could pick up the TPMS with there scanners. The TPMS brand is PDQ. Just wondering if anyone has had similar issues and solution? and iv read through forums but cant find any thing similar to this. thanks all
  4. So I had this problem and it started while driving in a rain storm. It sounded like someone knocking on a door constantly for about a full minute. Perfect knock on wood sound. Then it stopped. Then about ten minutes later the tire pressure monitors quit working and tire signal flashed and tire pressures on all tires showed line instead of pressure. Everything went back to normal after five minutes. Twenty minutes later DIC screen says remote not detected. I left car with remote in pocket and doors locked. When I got back doors would not unlock with handle button. I left remote in car and walked away and car locked with remote inside. Had to get locksmith out for that one. Tire light went back on and was not sensing all tires. Changed battery in remote. Reprogrammed remote and would only start with remote in special pocket and kept saying no remote detected. One hundred miles down the road everything started working correctly. Please help if anyone can
  5. I have a 2004 Suburban LT 1500 that had custom 20" wheels on it when I bought it last year. This week I swapped the custom wheels and tires for a set of take-off OEM 2018 Z71 Silverado 18" wheels and tires. Now my "SERVICE TIRE MONITOR" is showing on the DIC. I don't have steering wheel controls and when I try the learning procedure outlined in the owners manual it doesn't work. No horn honking or any indication that the system is in the learn mode. Also, the low tire pressure light is NOT on. I haven't checked to see if the old custom wheels had the TPMS sensors installed or if the 2018 take-offs do either. Anyone else have a problem with the TPMS not entering the learn mode or using newer wheels on their rig? Thanks very much!
  6. good morning . I just changed over from my summer wheels. back to stock for winter. the reset tool that I used to reprogram 18 inch fuel rims for summer driving .will not wake up the 17 inch stock tires. any suggestions the reset tool is a ,ateq purchased off amazon . it states that it is compatible with a 2016 Chevy Silverado. I would hate to have to buy another re programmer . all 4 tires will not wake up . tried letting air out of one of the tires to get it to reset no luck . I doubt the batteries all went dead just sitting in the garage .
  7. Taken from a 2017 GMC Sierra Denali Ultimate - - 22" GM CK164 Wheels and tires package for sale. 4 wheels, 22x9 aluminum + 4 tires + 4 TPMS sensors installed + 4 tires mounted + 4 center caps TPMS sensors and Lug Nuts INCLUDED OEM wheel part number 19301164 7-spoke silver with black inserts and they retail about $500 each. 285/45R22 Brigestone Dueler A/T RH-S tires have 30K on them but they definitely still have some life left in them - I don't have a tire tread gauge or I could tell you the exact depth. All parts listed here are OEM Factory parts unlike the cheap knock-off replicas you find on the internet. Located in Columbia, Missouri. $1800 OBO EDIT: I would consider shipping them if buyer pays for shipping, up front and payment clears. I did a quote through Greyhound Package Express and it is roughly $400 to ship them to the lower 48 states, give or take depending on your location. If you choose this option, you will have to be patient with me shipping them as I will have to drive 2 hours each way to get to a Greyhound shipping location.
  8. 2006 Avalanche. Does anyone know exactly how the Tire service monitor system communicates the ecm on the trucks? Where does the communication from the wheel sensors go exactly? Does it communication through radio waves directly to the ecm or is there a separate TPMS module in between the ECM which inevitably gives you your read out in the cluster? I have no reading on mine so I can't imagine all four went bad at once.
  9. Hi guys, new here! I have done a lot of research trying find a TPMS reset tool that will actually work with the thicker mud tires. I bought one from Amazon, the JDiag model, which works fine on a friends 15' Silverado, but I can't get it to work on my 14' Sierra. The only thing I think is keeping it from working is the fact I have the BFG AT KO2's which are a much beefier tire. Has anyone had any luck resetting their sensors with this type of tire, or any other heavy duty tires like on the 2500/3500's? If you did, which reset tool did you use. I see a lot of people saying they can't reset their sensors, but now I wonder if the thicker tires is what's keeping us from doing so?
  10. Having difficulty isolating problem on my 2008 Silverado LT Crew Cab (Duramax). Months ago while traveling, the TPMS light began blinking and "Service Tire Monitor System" was displayed on the DIC. This happened numerous times intermittently (over several days). When I would look at tire pressure on the DIC, it would indicate 1 lb for one or more of the tires...... never the same tire each time. Initially the problem would last for a couple of minutes and then clear by itself,. Over time, the problem persisted until finally the Service Tire Monitor System displayed constantly. The TPMS light blinks for a few minutes after starting vehicle, then stays lit constantly while vehicle is running. The DIC now shows "--" instead of any numbers for tire pressure for every tire. Based on the fact that all of the sensors are less than 2 years old and the problem initially showed 1 lb for different tires, I do not believe it is a tire sensor problem. (I could be mistaken). I replaced all 4 sensors -- two of them about 20 months ago and the other two 6 months ago. When the original sensor on one tire became weak, the DIC indicated low pressure on just that tire, not intermittently on all tires. The symptoms now are different than when the battery was dying on an individual tire. My understanding is that the Remote Control Door Lock Receiver (RCDLR) serves as the receiver for the door Remote and the TPMS sensors. So far, I have removed the DSM fuse (which powers the RCDLR) for about a minute and replaced it..... just on the outside chance removing power to the RCDLR would resolve the issue. It didn't. My gut feel would be that the RDLR is defective, but all comments related to the RCDLR being the issue also indicates the door Remotes quit working. My Remotes still lock/unlock the door just fine. Any suggestions on what to check or do next would be greatly appreciated. THANKS!!
  11. I have a 2007 SIerra. The TPMS sign in on as well as the yellow tire light. I can't get it to go into the relearn mode weather by putting on the park brake, key on and holding down trip set stem, also turning on/off the light switch 4 times or the lock/unlock button on the key fob. The GM dealership verified my tire sensors are all active and working. They tried a new ECM as well with no change. Basically the GM mechanics couldn't figure out how to fix it and returned my truck to me unchanged. Has anyone else had this problem and if so what was your solution.
  12. I have a 2015 GMC Canyon with 53K miles and the Keyless Entry and TPMS (Tire Pressure Sensors) stopped working at the same time. I am guessing it is an issue with the RF Module. I would like to check the fuse first before going to the dealer but I could not find keyless entry or TPMS listed in the fuse box diagram. I think it is probably one of the 8 Body Control Modules. Can someone tell me which fuse this is on? Is there anything else on the same fuse? Thanks
  13. Wanted opinions on these wheels/tires. Are they worth $900.00. These are local to me so no shipping. Thoughts? 20" 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT wheels & tires for sale (4 wheels/tires). 2,400 miles on them. TPMS sensors are included with wheels. One wheel has minor curb rash in 2 places. Looking to have a second set of wheels identical to the ones on my '14 and install aggressive tires for winter. What could I get for the 4 GoodYear SRA tires?
  14. I found some 2013 GM 22 inch rims on craigslist for a good deal. $500 for the set, used but in pretty good shape. a few nicks here and there and did nick a curb but not bad. Anyways, i'm in need of some TPMS and tires. I'm running a stock 14 silverado crew cab 4x4 with no lift or level. Wondering what size tire you suggest and where is a good place to buy aftermarket TPMS. I found some on Amazon but not sure if thats what people would suggest. I was thinking 285/45/22 for size and maybe running Lionharts or Sentury? or do i need to step up to goodyears or falken ziex as a minimum. I'm only going to run the rims in the Summer.
  15. Alright so I bought my 07 Sierra a few months back and didn't have any problems out of it for awhile. Then I started to get a "check right rear tire pressure" message every time I start the truck along with the TPMS light illuminated. All tires are fine however. Took it to a tire shop here and he tested all my sensors and said they're all fine. Told me to leave battery unhooked for awhile and try to reset the system that way. Didn't work for me. Occasionally I'll start the truck and the light and message won't come up initially, but with a little driving, sure enough it pops up again. Doesn't hurt the driving of the truck or anything, it's just more annoying than anything at this point. Anyone have this problem/know any solutions to it? Thanks
  16. My 2015 2500hd Lt has the tpms feature. I have a tpms by Dill that I use for the trailer; that monitor mounts and plugs in like a Garmin. It would sure be slick if the chevrolet could toggle between the truck's tpms and the trailers using the same readout on the instrument panel. Does anyone know if this is possible? Too many devices.
  17. A few weeks ago, the TPMS light on my truck came on and the DIC read: REAR TIRES PSI LEFT 33 RIGHT 0 I immediately pulled over to check, but all the tires were perfectly inflated. I clicked the DIC button to elimiate the message, but the TPMS light stayed on. The following day when I turned on the truck, the TPMS light came on immediately, and this time the DIC read that both rear tires were under-inflated (I checked again and they were fine). A few days later it started giving false readings about the front left tire too. It has remained the same ever since, the DIC will randomly display false PSI readings while driving. If I reset it (while driving), the DIC will go back to the mileage display for a while, then a few minutes later it will go back to the false display of 3 out of the 4 tires. It has never mentioned anything about the front right tire. The TPMS idiot light has been permanently on since the issues began. It is extremely distracting and annoying, I've searched the web and haven't found anyone having the same issues. Last thing I'll mention is that when it was about 2 years old, the dealer fixed the "Service TPMS System" failure under warranty and had been fine until two weeks ago. Original owner, bone stock, 79K miles.
  18. For sale: Used OEM Wheels and tires off my new 2014 GMC Sierra SLT 4WD. Chrome wheels 18" x 8" Goodyear Assurance CS tires 265/65/R18 TPMS included Lug nuts not included 808 miles on the set I am looking for $1250 OBO. I am in Las Vegas and will deliver in the Vegas area. Surrounding areas (Phoenix, SoCal, etc) I will meet halfway for $50 gas money. All other areas I will work with the buyer to determine a shipping estimate with the buyer being responsible for paying shipping. I will email additional pictures or high resolution pictures to anyone seriously interested. Thanks!
  19. I have for sale a set of 20 inch OEM GMC rims and Goodyear Eagle LS-2 tires. The rims come with the TPMS and factory lugs with lug lock and key. The rims and tires have only 5000 miles on them and are in great condition. I want to get $1200 for the set but would consider an offer. I live in southwest Louisiana and would prefer a local pick up but I would ship the set at the cost to the buyer. Message or email me for details.
  20. ..a 2014 Silverado 1500 and never having any experience with On Star or TPMS I have a curious situation. I noticed that the TPMS indicated 39 psi but the label on the door jam stated tire pressure should be 35 psi. I checked the tire pressure and it was 41-42 psi. Well, I figured the accuracy of the system must be questionable so I checked the tire pressure with three other gauges and they all indicated the tire pressure was excessive so I deflated the tires to the 35 psi. Now I get a low tire pressure warning on the TPMS and on my account page of On Star. What's going on here? I have only had this truck for a week, I hope this is not an indication of electrical nightmares to come. If anyone here has the magic answer in dealing with TPMS it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. ....Doug.
  21. Denali wheels with 275/55 R 20 Goodyear Wrangler SR/A tires with TPMS. $2000.00 plus shipping O.B.O. These wheels/tires have 152 miles on them. Located in Gering, Nebraska I also have a set of OEM 6" chrome oval tube steps that were taken off my denali crewcab $400.00 plus shipping O.B.O These were removed form my truck at 152 miles.
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