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Old 11-04-2015, 03:11 PM
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My 2007 GT came with Pirelli PZero Nero's 234 55 zr17's I got 62,000 miles on them they are now at the tread wear bar. I have two (2) other sets of tires and rims total of 3 sets with the worn out originals. I would like to set up these other sets eight (8) tires to be able to swap them in and out to keep my show rims cleanest. So what I want to do is have 8 pressure sensors in 8 tires that are all set-up for one car. Can this be done or can a 2007 GT recognize only 4 sensors?
I think I have the following choices;
1) Install 8 sensors in 8 tires program 4 at a time reprogram every time I make a swap.
2) use 4 sensors and make a painful sensor swap every time I swap wheels.
3) put all 4 sensors in the spare tire and swap mix and match with ease.

Can anyone help me decide what to do?
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Old 11-04-2015, 06:58 PM
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Do #1 and buy the tpms programming tool from AM or your favorite mustang parts place and run through the setup procedure every time you swap your wheels.

Or do #4 and just don't bother with programming and hit the reset button in the center dash when your car gives you the tpms warning.
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Old 11-05-2015, 06:42 AM
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i would reprogram after each swap, why not take advantage of the feature, low profile tires are hard to eyeball to see if they are flat, having functioning tpms may save you a tire some day
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