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My TPMS screen shows 44 PSI in each of the new tires that I put on. They have about 80 PSI in them.

Does anyone know if I can reset the TPMS to monitor a tire(s) with a higher pressure?

Found this in the owners manual.

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Maybe it is a dealer thing to service?
 

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My TPMS screen shows 44 PSI in each of the new tires that I put on. They have about 80 PSI in them.

Does anyone know if I can reset the TPMS to monitor a tire(s) with a higher pressure?

Found this in the owners manual.

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Maybe it is a dealer thing to service?
No way you want 80psi in those tires I couldn't believe it on my Tundra when I started running 10 ply E range on a 1/2 ton I thought I had to air them up like on my 3/4 ton but tire man said no I never give mine more than 50 on my Tundra and that's with a load occasionally. I'm carrying 40-42 in my new Nittos right now
 

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Just went for a ride I'm carrying 39-40 psi. On my Nittos all the way around. I don't know how they'll ride with 80 and the air suspension but hey I got 80000 plus miles per set running 40-50 psi in my Tundra.
 
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