Tazer for dummies question

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I’m interested in getting the tazer for my new JL (2020).
Here’s the problem. I installed a 2” lift and 35’s with new sensors and rims . Everything was fine until I put the original wheels which still had the original sensors still installed, in the bed of the jeep. This seems to have cased a fault with the tire pressure monitoring. So now I get the Service system soon message.
Will the tazer permanently reset the fault code, or will it return once I remove the tazer? Should I have the dealership clear the code before I install the tazer?
 

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The code will clear when you remove the rims and give the system time to reset. Just like it would if you aired up your tire(s) that were low.
 
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I’m interested in getting the tazer for my new JT(2020).
Here’s the problem. I installed a 2” lift and 35’s with new sensors and rims . Everything was fine until I put the original wheels which still had the original sensors still installed, in the bed of the jeep. This seems to have cased a fault with the tire pressure monitoring. So now I get the Service system soon message.
Will the tazer permanently reset the fault code, or will it return once I remove the tazer? Should I have the dealership clear the code before I install the tazer?
Sorry, I mean JT.
I’m interested in getting the tazer for my new JL (2020).
Here’s the problem. I installed a 2” lift and 35’s with new sensors and rims . Everything was fine until I put the original wheels which still had the original sensors still installed, in the bed of the jeep. This seems to have cased a fault with the tire pressure monitoring. So now I get the Service system soon message.
Will the tazer permanently reset the fault code, or will it return once I remove the tazer? Should I have the dealership clear the code before I install the
The code will clear when you remove the rims and give the system time to reset. Just like it would if you aired up your tire(s) that were low.
thanks. I’ll give that a try.
 

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