Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour
October 14, 2011
These wheels with the Nitto NT255s look and handle great. They will definitely turn a few heads! The installation was easy, but with some caveats:
- You *MUST* use a 13/16" thin walled socket with these wheels. A standard socket (Craftsmen, Husky, etc.) will NOT fit into the opening for the lug nut. AM sells it...part #76142.
- For the 2010 (not sure about the other model years), You *MUST* train the TPMS sensors to the computer and make sure the cycle completes successfully. AM sells the TPMS syncing tool and a DVD that tells you how to perform this. It's not difficult, but it may take multiple attempts to successfully complete the cycle. If you don't complete the cycle, you won't be able to reach highway speeds. If you try to punch it to highway speeds, the wrench dash board icon will flash and electronic throttle control takes over. When this happens, make sure you can pull over, turn off the ignition, then re-start the car. You can drive city speeds, but that's it. This is referred to as "limp-home mode." Your next stop needs to be your house so you can successfully train the TPMS sensors to the computer.