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    Tire Pressure Sensor

    Hey All,

    Just mounted a new set of WS-60 snow tires / Elbrus rims on my 2010 WRX 5 door. They ride fine on the car (haven't tested them in snow yet) but now my tire pressure sensor is always on. I didnt pay the extra $300 to have the sensors mounted in the tires because i check my pressure the old fashioned way.

    Is there a way to disable this function when i have non TPS wheels mounted?

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    I have the same setup on my 09 WRX (WS-60's on steelies) and no, the light will stay on unless you want to buy the sensors for your new rims. I have gotten used to the light lol, no biggey to me. I'm sure there's a way you can turn it off electronically but I dunno... seems like too much work for such a small issue. Trust me though, you wont even notice it after a few days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim620X View Post
    I have the same setup on my 09 WRX (WS-60's on steelies) and no, the light will stay on unless you want to buy the sensors for your new rims. I have gotten used to the light lol, no biggey to me. I'm sure there's a way you can turn it off electronically but I dunno... seems like too much work for such a small issue. Trust me though, you wont even notice it after a few days.
    Im meeting up with a buddy of mine who's a Subaru Tech I can ask him if theres a way to turn the light off manually or if it has to be done with a Scan Tool at the dealer.

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    Is there a fuse to pull?
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