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Anyone put a lift with new wheels and tires and taken their TPMS out of the stock wheels and installed on the new rims? Can it be done? Is it possible? I have a low tire icon light on my dash. I've got my stock wheels for sale on Craigslist, but pondering taking the wheels to a tire shop and having them take the TPMS about and then install on my new wheels. Any suggestions or comments??
 

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As long as the TPMS will fit on the new wheels, it'll work just fine.
 

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Yep, the old sensors will usually work in the new wheels. However, if they sensors are close to 7 years old (7 to 10 years is their battery's lifespan) I wouldn't bother. Instead, go to Discount Tire and buy a set of their sensors and have them installed there too.

I bought a set of Schrader sensors that were _supposed_ to be OEM direct replacements. Two of them wouldn't respond and one came back with a bogus reading. The Discount Tire sensors have been working good for a couple months now.
 
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