New wheels and TPMS question

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  1. Firebird

    Firebird Senior Member

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    I just picked up a complete set of new take off 2019 Limited 22's with tires and TPMS sensors, and was wondering if my 2019 will recognize those sensors? I was hoping not to have to break them down and swap sensors. Thanks.
     
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    I think if you drive them a few miles the truck will learn the new sensors. A good tire shop can also reset them for you.
     
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    Installed this morning, and they seem to be working just fine so far
     
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    After market sensors?
     
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    No, he left the factory sensors in the wheels
     
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    Assuming 2019's are like 2015-2019 classics, any OEM Ram 1500 TPMS will sync right up with the truck with no intervention required. This is a feature FCA got right!
     
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    ???
     
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    IF they are OE you are all good. Takes about 15-20 miles to shut the TPMS light off, or alternatively sometimes it will take that long to turn it on, to realize its good, and turn it back off.
     

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