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Old 03-27-2007, 08:23 PM
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Tire pressure warning?

I had a flat several weeks ago and had to replace the tire. We moved the spare to the left front and replaced the right front, which then became the spare. Since then, the low tire pressue warning for the spare has been on. Jeep had it for two hours, said it was fixed and would re-set with 10 miles of driving, but they were mistaken. My husband has lowered and raised it and checked the pressure, with no results. This tire didn't give a warning when it was on the right front. Thoughts?

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Old 03-27-2007, 08:42 PM
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Re: Tire pressure warning?

did u recalibrate the tires with the donut?
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Re: Tire pressure warning?

What is a donut? I'd assume Jeep did, if that is what you are supposed to do.
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:53 PM
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Re: Tire pressure warning?

you should have a round magnet(looks like a hockey puck) that recalibrates your pressure. i would check manual(my liberty has one, i just got my commander so i haven't had to do it yet) sorry if this doesn't help
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Re: Tire pressure warning?

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I had a flat several weeks ago and had to replace the tire. We moved the spare to the left front and replaced the right front, which then became the spare. Since then, the low tire pressue warning for the spare has been on. Jeep had it for two hours, said it was fixed and would re-set with 10 miles of driving, but they were mistaken. My husband has lowered and raised it and checked the pressure, with no results. This tire didn't give a warning when it was on the right front. Thoughts?

Katy
Sounds like your dealership didn't do what they were supposed to do. I've gone in w/ low pressure warning on the spare during an oil change, and they took care of it sight-unseen, the warning gone immediately when I picked it up. I recently had them rotate in the spare, and when I drove it away it had no issues. There should be no "break-in" period, they should've re-calibrated it at the shop. (Perhaps they didn't actually air up the flat tire?)

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Re: Tire pressure warning?

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you should have a round magnet(looks like a hockey puck) that recalibrates your pressure. i would check manual(my liberty has one, i just got my commander so i haven't had to do it yet) sorry if this doesn't help
Where was the donut located in your liberty? I'm to lazy to go outside and look in my owners' manual. Thanks...
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Re: Tire pressure warning?

My husband check the tire pressure, so that isn't it. I'll be back at the dealer, I guess. Blah.

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Re: Tire pressure warning?

The Commander tire pressure monitoring system doesn't use the donut-shaped magnet like the older Grand Cherokees or Libertys to recalibrate sensors. If you rotate the tires yourself they will reset after 10 miles over some minimum speed. I'm not sure if the dealer can reset without driving it, but it does sound like there is something wrong with the system.
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Tire Pressure Sensors

Does anyone have the oem part number for an 2006 commander. I was looking up the sensor by application on 1stjeepparts.com and for the nut and sensor for an 2006 it says it will run around 22.00 a piece. When searching part numbers on here though it seems that the part number comes up 34.20 a piece. Trying to make sure I get the right sensor to put in my rubicon wheels.
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If you are installing them in new rims you need the nuts too of course ... the part number are listed with and without nuts usually

For the 2006 Commander the Item # shoud be 68001696AB (With Nut)

That' s a good price you have they list for over $50 here
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