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Old 06-09-17, 07:10 AM   #76
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Still works fine. I actually wired in a switch so I could go back to using the stock tires / rims with pressure sensors. I verified that I can switch back and forth and everything works as it should.
So finally had some time yesterday to attempt this mod for the 07+ GX. Worked just as described. Thank you, burtoncr!

Just a note to help clarify things for others:
1. My 07 has the blue TPM box
2. Disconnect harness from blue box then cut the BLUE wire.
3. Strip some insulation away from the GREEN/RED wire and tap it to the BLUE wire going to the dash. (Note: make sure you don't tap the green/black wire right next to it)
4. Reconnect wire harness to Blue TPM box
5. Done!
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Just completed this mod. Followed directions provided in the thread, took about 15 minute and light is off. Thanks all!
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Old 11-07-17, 02:34 PM   #78
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This didn't work for my '07 either. I've tried both ends of the cut blue wire but light still flashing then steady.
I just did this on my 2007 and it worked! Make sure you connect to the green and red one and not the green and black one.
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I just did this on my 2007 and it worked! Make sure you connect to the green and red one and not the green and black one.
Lol! See my post #76.
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Lol! See my post #76.
Lol my bad! I guess I skipped over it before. Thanks!
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Old 11-08-17, 01:52 PM   #81
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Wish I would have seen this before I wasted $180 on sensors!
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Has anyone gotten error codes or pending codes from disabling your tpms module? Iím curious cuz the ECU must see this as a malfunction with the module.
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Wow! I didn't realized this thread still alive...
I must of had a Nokia or a Razor Motorola phone. Pictures sucks!! Lol
i did this back in 2005 and I never had a problem with errors or escu.
change tires, change rims and all. Zero problems
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Has anyone gotten error codes or pending codes from disabling your tpms module? Iím curious cuz the ECU must see this as a malfunction with the module.
I don't think this module is tied into the ecu for anything. I've had the mod done for 3.5 years with no ill effects.
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Wow! I didn't realized this thread still alive...
I must of had a Nokia or a Razor Motorola phone. Pictures sucks!! Lol
i did this back in 2005 and I never had a problem with errors or escu.
change tires, change rims and all. Zero problems
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I don't think this module is tied into the ecu for anything. I've had the mod done for 3.5 years with no ill effects.
Thanks for the feedback guys. I did the mod several months ago and no issues so far. I was just curious
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Worked like a charm, Thanks. 😎
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