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Old 04-05-2007, 10:32 AM
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you'll need to get TPMS sensors installed onto your new rims in order for the light to go off. same thing happened to me when I bought a winter set at TireRack (didn't have the TPMS sensors in stock at the time, but they do sell them installed). I ended up living with the TPMS light for a few winter months and now that my summer rims are back onm, the light is gone (after you reset it in iDrive).

BTW, I wouldn't even want to know how much someone (let alone a $tealer)would charge to install the TPMS sensors onto another set of rims. I think Merchants quoted me like $50/rim, not including buying the sensors!!!
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