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Ok..so I searched before I posted for the nazi's out there and couldn't find anything.

I've seen the threads in regards to taking the TPMS out and putting them in PVC pipes. But has anyone thought about just pulling the light out of the dash. I mean technically the light would be on, but you could just remove the bulb all together and never worry about the f'n thing.

I don't need a light to tell me that one of my tires is low on air or is flat.

So is it possible? Or are the backsides of the guages not accessible? I can't think of any damage it would cause, both to the truck or gas mileage wise, but that's why I posted. See what you guys thought.

TIA.

BTW - Reason I ask, I picked up some 20" rims & tires for super cheap and he had the 20" TPMS sensors installed...and my truck came with the sensor for the 18" rims so my light sometimes comes on and sometimes doesn't and it's bugging the hell out of me.
 

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I officially suck at searching then....Thanks!
 

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If you know anyone at Discount Tire center or buy any tires from them. They are willing to reset/program them for free... Else... stealership will steal $100 to reflash.

I forgot to ask how much Discount Tire charge to reprogram the sensors.
 

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you could just remove the bulb all together and never worry about the f'n thing.
It's an LED soldered into a circuit board...have to tear out you dash per the instructions in the link above. Not worth it IMHO.
 
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