2016 RAM 2500 LARAMIE 6.7 CTD
Change all the TPMS settings necessary to remove the warnings and lights
Autel MaxiSys MS906
Option 1: $80/truck fee (local)
Option 2: $80/truck + $500 deposit + shipping
*** DISCOUNT: Adjust multiple trucks (2nd = $60, 3rd+ = $50/each)
Option 1: fee
Meet me in the Metro St. Louis area. I live near Arnold, MO and work near Fairview Heights, IL. I'm typically at work M-F from 7am-4pm. I can meet in the Fairview Heights area at lunch time or after work somewhere convenient. The whole process only takes about 10-20 minutes depending on options.
Don't live near the Metro St. Louis area? No problem!
Option 2: fee + insured shipping + deposit.
Confirm availability with me via text, email or call. (texting is best)
No money is collected until it's your turn. (many times I have a waiting list)
I'll send you an invoice via Square. (A Square account is not necessary to pay)
After payment, I'll ship everything you need including pictured instructions for every step.
Change the TPMS settings to your preferences. (as low as 28 psi)
Ship everything back to me (insured USPS Priority is recommended)
Once received in same condition, I'll refund the deposit within 24 hours.
Scroll down to see feedback from previous customers from across the U.S.
Typical turnaround time from deposit to refund is 1 week, sometimes less.
If any of the parts are broken, damaged, stolen, lost or not returned, all or part of your deposit will be forfeited.
Shipping to USA only:
Autel: $20 for insured FedEx or USPS Priority mail (1-3 days)
** All shipments require a signature due to insured values. **
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Q: Can the dealer make these adjustments?
A: No, FCA sees it as a liability and removed the function from their Witech in the fall of 2016.
Q: Do I need anything else to make this adjustment?
A: YES! You must have a 4-digit key code PIN from the dealer Parts department. Do not go to the Service department, they will not help. There are 2 PIN numbers associated with your key and truck, 1 for programming the key and the other for cutting for a key. IMO, it's a good idea to get both codes as soon as you possibly can. Be aware that some dealers have refused to give the PIN out and a few members have been charged a fee ($20-50) to get the code.
Q: What's the best way to get the PIN code from the dealer and does it expire?
A: Tell them that you need the codes to make a spare key. You should receive a 4-digit & 5-digit code. You only need the 4-digit code for this process but it never hurts to have both. Some dealers will tell you that the PIN codes expire, this is simply not true. There are FCA vehicles with a changing PIN code but our trucks are not included. I acquired my PIN codes in October 2016 and have verified that they still work today. There is a code that does expire but it's a rolling code only used if you lose all your keys.
Q: What pressure will make the warnings come on?
A: 80% (20% less) of the threshold value found on the door jamb sticker. Example: If your sticker shows 65 front and 80 rear (these are the threshold values), then the warnings will come on at 52 front and 64 rear. If this occurs, you'll have to air up the tire(s) to the threshold value for the warnings to go off.
Q: Can the TPMS lights and warnings simply be turned off with or without sensors?
A: With the Autel, you can set the threshold down to 28 psi and the warnings would come on around 22.
Q: Do you include instructions and tech support?
A: Absolutely. My instructions with pictures cover ever step for the TPMS adjustment. I'm generally available 7 days a week to answer questions. Check out my hours below in the Contact section.
Q: Will this ‘adjustment’ be affect my EFI or Ez-lynk tune?
A: It will not. Engine tune files are in the ECM and the TPMS settings are in the BCM & RFH.
Q: Will this ‘adjustment’ be reset if I get a flash update from the dealer?
A: If the dealer flashes the BCM (very rare) then the settings could be reset. It will depend if the flash is for the entire BCM or only certain modules within it.
Q: Will these ‘adjustments’ void my warranty?
A: With dealers, anything's possible but I highly doubt it. They'd have to prove that the adjustment caused the problem. Remember that dealers made these adjustment before FCA removed the ability.
Q: Can the Autel MaxiSys make other adjustments like larger tires or enable fogs w/highs?
A: It cannot.
Q: What year and model of truck will this work on?
A: I've successfully adjusted a 2017 Ram 1500 and every year of Ram 2500 from 2010 to 2019. The 2018 & 2019 trucks require slightly more effort because they have a firewall on the OBDII port but all necessary parts and instructions are included. I believe this same process will also work on Jeeps as well as other Chrysler & Dodge vehicles.
Q: What tire pressure should I be using?
A: There are many circumstances that will dictate that answer like tire size, load capacity, max psi rating, and empty or towing. The best way to decide is to weigh the front and rear axles, divide the weight by 2 and use a tire load chart. The other option is to use the 'tire chalk test' along with trial and error. I have 35x12.5x18 Load E tires with a max psi rating of 65. I run 45 front and 35 rear when empty with great tread wear and comfort. When towing I simply air up the rear tires to 65.
Q: Is there a low and high pressure setting?
A: This adjustment is only for the low pressure settings. The high pressure setting is set at 90 psi and cannot be adjusted.
Q: I've read that the AEV ProCal can make these adjustments. Is that true?
A: It can adjust the pressure thresholds BUT it cannot update the RFH (radio frequency hub) which is necessary to remove the warnings. After using their device you'll be required to find a willing dealer to update the RFH. Unfortunately, most dealers refuse to perform that update and you'd have to pay their programming fee. My local dealer charges $125.