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Hi all,

I've just fitted 20" Startech Rims and Rubber, however the rims are not fitted with the Tire Pressure Sensors.....thus the Commander Chimes away happily whenever it wants to.

Is there a way to turn off the monitoring system without the use of a dealer?

Cheers Folks! :)
 

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Someone had mentioned to get a small pipe and cap it off. Put all 4 TMPS inside the pipe and fill the pipe up with air up to 35 psi. Store it under a seat. I think that this was mentioned yesterday in one of the threads.
 

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Someone had mentioned to get a small pipe and cap it off. Put all 4 TMPS inside the pipe and fill the pipe up with air up to 35 psi. Store it under a seat. I think that this was mentioned yesterday in one of the threads.
The Tire Pressure Sensors are still on the stock rims ready for the winter weather here, should I just drive around with them in the back, oh, cant do that....no room left for the kids!!!:)
 

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i asked the dealer. there is no way to turn it off. i did find a fuse for it thou. i have not removed it to see if it will turn it off or not.
 

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Hmmm, might be something to try, but also need to see what else is controlled by on that circuit.
 

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Why not just spend a couple of $$$ and get the TPMS sensors moved to your new rims?

If you are wanting to keep them on the other rims for winter, I could have sworn I saw a member selling the TPMS sensors for $50 on here a few days ago. You could by another set for your new wheels.

Just a thought.
 

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Hmmm, however, I did just notice you are a fellow Brit, and might not want to spend the money on shipping back to Blighty from here in the US!

Check the local Freepages, you might find a cheap set of TPMS sensors in there...
 
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