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I have an 04 Armada w/out nav and I've just upgraded from factory tires to 22 size wheels and 45 series tires. I notice the low tire light was on before changing out to the new tires, but I figured it would reset with the new tires. The light stays on and I tried to disconnect the battery for hours hoping it will reset. I've read forums stating that there is a sensor on the trucks with nav.

Does my truck have sensors in the tires if it doesnt have a nav. system, and do I need to transfer the sensors from the factory tires to the new wheels if any? :2cool:
 

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I have an 04 Armada w/out nav and I've just upgraded from factory tires to 22 size wheels and 45 series tires. I notice the low tire light was on before changing out to the new tires, but I figured it would reset with the new tires. The light stays on and I tried to disconnect the battery for hours hoping it will reset. I've read forums stating that there is a sensor on the trucks with nav.

Does my truck have sensors in the tires if it doesnt have a nav. system, and do I need to transfer the sensors from the factory tires to the new wheels if any? :2cool:
Hi, and welcome, I have an 05 SE w/out Navigation, and I do have the sensors in the tires., and I think all the Armadas came w/sensors.to my understanding, if you change your wheels, you have to reset the sensors. if you check some of the threads, its like $40.00 to reset each sensor @ the dealer. good luck and welcome again.
 

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Ggeorgie is correct, you will have to move the sensors to the new wheels. However you wil not have to reset the sensors. The will work fine as long as you keep the tire pressure above about 35 PSI.
If you move the sensors you have to be very careful so you don't damage them. See attachment.
 

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And the new pressure you should use for your tires is 39 PSI. This is the recommended pressure for 22". ;)
 
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