4th Gen Ram Tech2009+ and up Rams: This section is for TECHNICAL discussions only, that involve the 2009 and up Rams. For any non-tech discussions, please direct your attention to the "General discussion/NON-tech" sub sections.
After a flat the tire sensors and computer need a short while to re-adjust. They can show 'low pressure' for some time after the wheels are back on and tires are full pressure. Drive the vehicle... it should correct itself within a few miles. If it doesn't after a restart and a few miles then take it back and tell them they caused a problem with the pressure sensors.
2010 RAM 1500 4x4 Sport, Deep Water Blue, leather, trailer brake controller, side steps, 3.92, HEMI, more...
The term "Death FLASH" that I remember referred to a SPARK KNOCK issue. Chrysler came out with a computer update (a flash) that retarded timing. Killed performance and hurt fuel mpg. This was on trucks back in 1997 tihrough 2002 or so. It was done to 1000s of trucks. Unhooking the battery for 30 seconds is not a FLASH. It just allows parameters to be 0 out. So they have to reset on start up and driving. Like turning your computer OFF it then has to reload the progams on startup.On the tiire sensor,you can also let air out,put air back in and see if it resets. Dealer has a tool to reset them also. Maybe some higher end tire stores may have.
2009 1500 Slt Quad Cab 2wd Hemi.3.92 gear.White with pebble interior.Chrome bumpers,chrome door handles 20 inch wheels.Stainless Nerf bars,Tuff Country Tonneau cover,bedliner,Magnaflow XL 24 inch muffler with dual pipes exiting behind rear tires.2008 Corvette convertible.2003 Dodge dually diesel.2010 Mercury Gran Marquis.