I have a 2013 rubicon and I just got the truck yesterday and the tire pressure system came on. one tire says 38psi and the other 3 dont have a number just a dash - net to the 3 other tire. just dont want to have to go to the dealer if its a quick fix.
Either you have to drive a bit or have them reset. Tire shops can normally do this too. Not sure on the 13's yet though I know they have a new TPMS frequency.
If it does not correct itself in the next couple of days of driving its an easy fix at the dealer, just have to reprogram the sensor. about 5 min.
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When diagnosing a tire pressure issue, always check air pressure in the tires first with a known accurate air gauge. Adjust air pressure as necessary to that listed on the Tire Inflation Pressure Label (Placard) provided with the vehicle (usually applied to the driver’s side B-pillar). After adjusting air pressure in a tire on the vehicle, allow approximately two minutes for the message or indicator lamp to go out.
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