TPMS question

GhostPepper392

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2021 Jeep Wrangler 392, 2017 CTS-V, 2016 F150, 32' Sunsation
Has anyone had issues swapping out TPMS sensors? Ordered new sensors with our wheel tire kit and after 300 miles still not picking up. Sensors are programmed for 2021 Wrangler, are 392s different? I made an appointment with dealer to correct speedometer as the RC calibrator does not work with adaptive cruise control.
 
I know more about the sensors than any person should, long story.

I ran a set of 37's from a Gladiator, 392 and Gladiator have self learning sensors so they are bolt and go, UNLESS you use aftermarket then they have to be programmed.

Where did you get sensors?

What make/model are they?
 
I know more about the sensors than any person should, long story.

I ran a set of 37's from a Gladiator, 392 and Gladiator have self learning sensors so they are bolt and go, UNLESS you use aftermarket then they have to be programmed.

Where did you get sensors?

What make/model are they?
They are MAX MX002R all in one Gen2, they came from a local wheel and tire distributor and are programmed for 2021 wrangler. I still have the oem but Ill need to break the tire down and pull them.
 
They obviously did not program them properly and you dont want to be a prisoner to non oem tpms,

I would take your oem wheels and tires and use the bucket on the tire machine to break the bead and you can reach in and get the sensor, however they have to unscrew so if you cant get a small screw driver in there to unscrew them then buy new oem sensors and tell them to remove the non oem sensors they forgot to program and install the oem ones you supply.

Either way the valve stem can not be re-used so might be an entire waste of time and money.

Buy these:


and have them installed and I would stay away from non oem sensors to keep life simple and since the JL and JT have self learning sensors you can do whatever you want in the future and never have to be a prisoner to the aftermarket programming tool
 
or you can call their tech support and learn all you never wanted to know about them, they are very nice and helpful

 
or you can call their tech support and learn all you never wanted to know about them, they are very nice and helpful


They obviously did not program them properly and you dont want to be a prisoner to non oem tpms,

I would take your oem wheels and tires and use the bucket on the tire machine to break the bead and you can reach in and get the sensor, however they have to unscrew so if you cant get a small screw driver in there to unscrew them then buy new oem sensors and tell them to remove the non oem sensors they forgot to program and install the oem ones you supply.

Either way the valve stem can not be re-used so might be an entire waste of time and money.

Buy these:


and have them installed and I would stay away from non oem sensors to keep life simple and since the JL and JT have self learning sensors you can do whatever you want in the future and never have to be a prisoner to the aftermarket programming tool
Are these the oem? Having trouble locating a part number to match.
 
Has anyone had issues swapping out TPMS sensors? Ordered new sensors with our wheel tire kit and after 300 miles still not picking up. Sensors are programmed for 2021 Wrangler, are 392s different? I made an appointment with dealer to correct speedometer as the RC calibrator does not work with adaptive cruise control.
My personal experience is from a few Mopar family vehicles.
Gotta buy the factory sensors.
Even Schrader was erratic on my 2016 Challenger.
Idk why, but I gave up and just buy Mopar.
 
Are these the oem? Having trouble locating a part number to match.
yes, number has been replaced by new number, I am headed to my warehouse to work on the 392, I have the original box but the link I gave you on amazon I have done on a 392 and a Gladiator and those two vehicles are interchangable

dont even try to understand it, I talked to the OEM manufacturer and then cross referenced as the numbers in 2018 when JL came out was different etc etc. Too much to explain just trust me it was hours of research and there are two Jeeps on the road with those sensors and one is my 392

Schrader was the OEM that was on my stock wheels but you cant re-use the valve stem, only the sensor so I bought total complete.

There was not a dealer within 250 miles of me that had 5 sensors in stock due to covid shortage so not sure you are gonna get Mopar but if you do its gonna be a Mopar bag with a Schrader sensor.
 
yes, number has been replaced by new number, I am headed to my warehouse to work on the 392, I have the original box but the link I gave you on amazon I have done on a 392 and a Gladiator and those two vehicles are interchangable

dont even try to understand it, I talked to the OEM manufacturer and then cross referenced as the numbers in 2018 when JL came out was different etc etc. Too much to explain just trust me it was hours of research and there are two Jeeps on the road with those sensors and one is my 392

Schrader was the OEM that was on my stock wheels but you cant re-use the valve stem, only the sensor so I bought total complete.

There was not a dealer within 250 miles of me that had 5 sensors in stock due to covid shortage so not sure you are gonna get Mopar but if you do its gonna be a Mopar bag with a Schrader sensor.
Thanks for all of your input, I am tossing in the towel on aftermarket sensors. (MAX SENSORS brand)

I was at the dealership yesterday having them make the speed calibration for the 35s, they also took a look at the aftermarket TPMS sensors, they were unable to see them on their scan tools (multiple), the 392 did end up picking them up momentarily after a drive from whatever they had done and I was release air, redrive and see the change... HOWEVER this morning on the drive to work (approx 40 miles) they disappeared... just as you implied

So, my first swing is finding OEM sensors as I'm not separating the OEM wheels

In regards to OEM:
Per the Fusz Jeep Parts Dept there were 2 part numbers for TPMS, pre 6/3/21 builds which are $70~ ea. :oops: and then post 6/3/21 builds and they are $40~ or so, my build was 6/22 BUT those TPMS have a back order of 45+ days. The good news is that I did find them online. I will update this post with the part #'s and a link once I get an order confirmation. (hope they actually have them in stock) 😉

when that fails, i'll order the Schraders you listed
 
If your 392 was built after 6/5/21 the new Mopar part# is 68339096AB. I believe it is out of stock with 45 day eta. Prior to 6/5 the part# is 68510382AA. Not sure of availability on that one. Changing out my stocks for 17x9 with Nitto RG's and wanted to keep the stocks whole for resale but I am going to pull the sensors since I know they work. No programming required.
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If your 392 was built after 6/5/21 the new Mopar part# is 68339096AB. I believe it is out of stock with 45 day eta. Prior to 6/5 the part# is 68510382AA. Not sure of availability on that one. Changing out my stocks for 17x9 with Nitto RG's and wanted to keep the stocks whole for resale but I am going to pull the sensors since I know they work. No programming required.
Bingo
 
Schrader 29093
 
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