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Old 04-26-2018, 09:35 AM
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Default Disable TPMS with ForScan

Alright Guys, I want to disable the TPMS on my truck. I have a few different sets of wheels, all but one set have the TPMS sensors installed on them. At this point I just want the light off the dash. I am currently running ******* Tuning on my truck, or now Patriot. I have ForScan on my computer.

My question is what do I need to do in order to shutoff the TPMS? Do I have to return the truck to stock first, run ForScan and then reprogram? Or just hook up ForScan program and go?

Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!
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Old 04-26-2018, 09:50 AM
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Just hook up Forscan and go. No need to go back to stock.

726-02-01 is the tpms settings. Change all the data numbers to 000s and it shuts it off.
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Just hook up Forscan and go. No need to go back to stock.

726-02-01 is the tpms settings. Change all the data numbers to 000s and it shuts it off.
Awesome thanks very much! Just didn't want to mess anything up with different modules and the such!
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Just hook up Forscan and go. No need to go back to stock.

726-02-01 is the tpms settings. Change all the data numbers to 000s and it shuts it off.
Do you happen to also know if you can change for tire size in ForScan.
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Do you happen to also know if you can change for tire size in ForScan.
yes you can. tons of info in the forscan thread...
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Old 04-28-2018, 10:58 AM
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Thanks! New search today finally came up with a bunch of stuff, was having issues searching yesterday. Thanks for all the info!
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Can do lots of cool stuff with forscan.

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Alright TPMS disabled. I have searched a few different forums and have read some contradicting things about changing tire size using ForScan. Hoping someone else can chime in and shed some light. I know you have to convert numbers for the hex code. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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