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- 11-23-13 02:12 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
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2009 OEM Escalade Rims on 2002 EXT
Will they fit without rubbing? Also will that raise the height of the truck? Thanks
- 11-23-13 09:53 PM #2
- 11-24-13 07:58 AM #3
I was hoping it would raise the truck alittle i always thought they were alot higher than it seems. Ok thanks alot that would have been an issue do you know what to do before I mount them?
- 11-24-13 01:30 PM #4
You can put bigger tires on that would provide a small lift.
- 11-24-13 04:48 PM #5Originally Posted by z0lt3c
- 11-24-13 05:13 PM #6
Could I take the sensors out of the 02 rims that I have now and put them in the 09 to get rid of that problem? Or should I just buy new ones?
- 11-24-13 05:55 PM #7
The batteries in the TPMS only last for a certain amount of years, I just replaced all of mine because I had a bad one. I got all brand new AC Delco sensors on Amazon or RickAuto for if I recall $35.00 a piece. Your already going to have the wheels off, might as well have brand new sensors on your new wheels....
- 11-24-13 06:03 PM #8
Re: 2009 OEM Escalade Rims on 2002 EXT
The TPMS batteries generally last 7 to 10 years, so if they are the original sensors I would concur with the previous poster to replace them. If, however, the TPMS sensors are not original, then they could very well still be within their useful life. I normally reuse them personally if there was no problem with them previously. They do make rebuild kits for the sensors, but these only address the seal and sensor condition, not the battery.
Are you sure you even have a TPMS system in your 2002? My 2003 does not have such a system, I am not sure if it was a factory option or not.
- 11-24-13 06:07 PM #9
04 was the first year for the tpms from factory bound to be aftermarket
My 03 dosen't have either
- 11-25-13 08:40 AM #10
Im not sure but if they dont and the 09 rims do will that still set off a warning?
- 11-25-13 11:39 AM #11Originally Posted by pellegrino
If the truck doesn't have the tpms then no
- 11-26-13 10:11 AM #12
- 12-15-13 01:33 AM #13
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