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I have no knowledge with TPMS sensors whatsoever. but ever since i put on my 22" rims I've been getting a tire pressure readout with no light or anything. i never saw anything about the rims coming with TPMS, and my stock 18" Z71 rims are in my garage on a shelf. is my truck just not "recalibrating" and still picking up my stock rim pressure, or maybe did my custom rims come with TPMS sensors and my truck is picking those up?
 

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Could be where ever you took your tires to took out the TPMS and placed them in the new ones... Not sure though! When I switched mine wheels it took my truck several days to even tell me they were gone, then threw the 'Check TPMS' light at me.
 

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Could be where ever you took your tires to took out the TPMS and placed them in the new ones... Not sure though! When I switched mine wheels it took my truck several days to even tell me they were gone, then threw the 'Check TPMS' light at me.
i did the tires at home (pain in the ass afterthought GM emergency jack almost left my front right brake buried in the garage floor)
 

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I just changed my stock Rims for my summer Chrome 20's and left the TPMS in my stocks. It took 1 day for the light to come on and the computer noticed I did not have the sensors in the truck.. I did buy new valves that the sensors screw into ($3.50 ea at dealer) But never put them on...
 
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