The seat belt dinger can be took care of very easily with a series of hooking in the seat belt and unhooking it... read your owners manaulYeah...My truck doesn't have the TPMS, but my dad's does, and he hates it! It's always on.
Anybody got any solutions?
I hope H&S can help us...Maybe Casey's reading this one as well...
Casey, you got anything for us XRT users to eliminate the TPMS completely while running the XRT?
Also, Casey, if you can, do something about that annoying seat-belt dinger!!! If you can, that would be great!
Thanks bud!*Get in the driver seat and put on your seatbelt, make sure door is closed.
*Turn on ignition, don't start truck.
*Unplug and plug the seatbelt back in 3 times within 10 seconds.
*Turn key back to off position.
*You'll hear a "ding" and will never hear the seatbelt dinger again, the light will still be on in your cluster but there is no annoying sound anymore
Hope this helps lol,
I work for my folks...and I just told my dad about doing that on mine, and he said "Well, I buckle-up, so it don't bother me...But if I'm driving through the woods, or through the pasture, I don't wanna be wearing a seatbelt...So, if it works, I'll get you to do it to mine, too."LOL yep anytime, thats the first thing i did before I even drove my truck off the lot
I know of a few people. All of them running Smartys and i will be to at the end of te week.:headbang:haha yep nobody is doin stuff to the new dodges around here.. i only no one guy that just got a smarty
Everything i've read on the TPMS system is that they are charged and monitored through wheel rotation so putting them in pressurized PVC shouldn't theoretically work. How long have you had it like this?For the TPMS: I ordered a set off of EBAY, took a piece of 4" PVC, drilled 4 holes in it and put the TPM's in it, glued endcaps on it and pressured it up. Then went to dealer and had my truck programmed to recognize the new sensors. You could do it the same way with the original sensors and save a trip to the dealer.
For the exhaust brake: there's a member of this forum who makes a relay of some sort the you can tap into the exhaust brake wiring and the cigarette lighter and it will turn the exhaust brake on when the truck starts. The switch still works the same as it always did. He sells the setup on EBAY and the instructions are really easy to follow.