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i'm looking to buy some yokohama geolander at/s in 285/75 r16 when i redeploy late this year. will going from the stock tire with it's 35 psi max to the new tire with a 65 psi max set off my tpms? thanks in advance for answering this question.
 

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I run mine at 40- 42 psi and dont have a warning.... it sometimes goes on/off on long drives but it did that before the new 285's.
 

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so once the sensors were tripped did you just have to reset the code or did they stay tripped as long as the tires had that much air. the tires i want have a 65psi recommendation
 

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Yes, they do have a minimum and a max. I believe 65 is well beyond the max. You may be able to get it reprogrammed tho.
 

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so once the sensors were tripped did you just have to reset the code or did they stay tripped as long as the tires had that much air. the tires i want have a 65psi recommendation
Once i aired my tires down and took a short drive the dummy light went out. i think i am running somewhere around 36psi. 65 psi sounds too high. The nissan factory psi rating is a good starting point, then you can adjust your pressure according to your tread contact surface and wear.
 

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Has anyone had any issues with shops not willing to mount tires that have a PSI range outside the TPMS range? My local Costco said they wouldn't mount the E rated BFG ATs on my 05 Frontier which has a P rated BFG Rugged Trails. The max PSI for the E rated tire is 80 while the one for P rated tire is 44. I believe our sensor range is from 28 to 64 PSI. They said I'd have to reprogram my TPMS system.
 
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