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post #1 of 6 Old 01-21-2020, 04:47 AM Thread Starter
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buying used oem rims with TPMS sensors

I intend to buy used Patriots OEM alloy wheels that have TPMS sensors for my winter tires. Assuming that the batteries are still good in the sensors, will they sync automatically my vehicule?
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post #2 of 6 Old 01-24-2020, 08:08 PM
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I intend to buy used Patriots OEM alloy wheels that have TPMS sensors for my winter tires. Assuming that the batteries are still good in the sensors, will they sync automatically my vehicule?
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I assume you have a patriot to fit the new patriot wheels to? Those rims won’t fit your Wj without using a hub conversion spacer and the tpms is a different frequency.

Otherwise, patriot to patriot , yes the tpms sensors should just work.. unless your patriot has the tpms system that displays the pressure values in the evic (not sure if that was an option on the patriot) in that case you’ll probably have to get the wheel addresses assigned/programmed.

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Thanks for your reply yzjwk.
And yes I own a 2012 Patriot without the EVIC.

Thanks for pointing out to me the need to change my profile, I used to own a WJ, no wonder nobody was replying to me.
So I should be good assuming that the batteries are still good in the sensors.
Will this work also with any Patriot/Compass/Caliber oem wheels?
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Thanks for your reply yzjwk.
And yes I own a 2012 Patriot without the EVIC.

Thanks for pointing out to me the need to change my profile, I used to own a WJ, no wonder nobody was replying to me.
So I should be good assuming thaxt the batteries are still good in the sensors.
Will this work also with any Patriot/Compass/Caliber oem wheels?
Yes, with the basic tpms system, no programming should be required, but the new sensors will need to be trained by driving for ~10min at >20mph . You might need to drive a little further to get all 4 linked up. also, you might get a tpms warning light at first because all 4 tires are wrong.

It would take a little longer, but what I would do, is change and train 1 tire at a time. this way if 1 of the sensors happens to be dead, you’ll know right away which one it is.

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'Same question for a 2016 Patriot

My New-to-me 2016 Patriot has Freedom II Off-Road Group & CVT. I also plan to pick-up a used set of wheels for my winter tires. 'Anything I should be aware-of or will any wheels off of a Patriot work and self-program as described above? Thanks! Don
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Same answer as above . The only issues with self reprogramming are generally with the premium model TPMS that displays tire pressure in the evic.
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