Possible to disconnect tire pressure low warning beeper?
I was wondering if you could help me out with something. I live in Belgium and own a 2008 Wrangler Unlimited with aftermarket rims and tires. There aren't any air pressure sensors on them and I often get a warning accompanied by a the same beep you get when you haven't fastened your seat belt that my tire pressure is too low. It used to be so that it would only make this noise whenever you'd turn on the ignition but since a few months it's happening several times during a drive and there's a red light that accompanies it. I have spoken to my Jeep dealer about it but they told me there's nothing they can do about it because I don't have original Jeep rims and that they're not allowed to disconnect the buzzer so I was wondering if maybe some of you have had this same problem and what you did about it. Do you think it would help to open the dash and disconnect this buzzer and the red light? I realize I also wouldn't get any useful warnings but I've owned the Jeep since 2009 and have yet to see anything else appear on my dash but "low tire pressure" so I'm not too concerned about that, to be honest and my YJ doesn't even have that option so I don't think I'll miss it.
Thank you very much for your help!
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