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    Default New Rims + A few pics just playing around

    I got some new used wheels this week and love them! I still like my stock wheels but just wanted another pair to change the look a little. I'm thinking about getting the new ones painted to match my truck. Well the face painted so that its two tone.

    Also does anyone know how to reset the tire pressure monitor system so that the truck will notice the new wheel senors?
    Last edited by s5belford; 12-12-2009 at 11:25 AM.


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    looks petty clean. and im not sure but you could try clicking down ur odometer button till ur dash moniter says "relearn tire positions"
    that might only work with ur original sensors but its worth a shot.
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    Those wheels look really good on the truck!
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    Hey, Looks great! I did the same thing with mine. Its nice to change it up once in awhile.
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    Lookin' Good!


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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCal Chevy View Post
    looks petty clean. and im not sure but you could try clicking down ur odometer button till ur dash moniter says "relearn tire positions"
    that might only work with ur original sensors but its worth a shot.

    that's not an option :( and I REALLY don't want to go to the dealership!!! Never seam to have good luck with them! I've normally been able to do better work with my research on the internet!

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    In the owners manual under tire rotation it tells you how to relearn position after tire rotation. That should work the same. If you don't have your manual I will get the instructions for you from mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RVJ View Post
    In the owners manual under tire rotation it tells you how to relearn position after tire rotation. That should work the same. If you don't have your manual I will get the instructions for you from mine.
    thanks for the tip, I figured it out, it took a few minutes but its kind of crazy how smart vehicles are getting these days!

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    Looks nice
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    Looks good...
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