Do I Need TPM in Winter Tyres
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This is a discussion on Do I Need TPM in Winter Tyres within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; 2008 WRX swapping out std 17" tires and wheels for 16" subby rims and snow tires. do I need TPM ...

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    Do I Need TPM in Winter Tyres

    2008 WRX swapping out std 17" tires and wheels for 16" subby rims and snow tires. do I need TPM or can I just used the black tape method to cover the light. Thanks

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    If your dont put TPM's in your rims you will get the flashing light not just the solid light tell you that there is something wrong with the TPM's...

    I may be wrong but Im pretty sure there isn't a way to bypass the light, minus the black tape..
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    Those clusters are super easy to pull could always pull the cluster and pop the bulb out...LOL..totally just kidding ..

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