how to get rid of the tire mobility kit warning lite?

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  1. inspecto

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    as the title says . Every time I start the car my center stack message is to ck the T. M .K.
    I replaced the kit with real spare when I bought the stang. just started recently to do this.
     
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    its in the vehicle settings.
     
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    Happened on my daughters 2012 C-Max my mom gave her after getting a new car. It's on the cluster, it's timing related for every 2 years, you can choose when to have it go off again in 4 years, was pretty straightforward, give it a Google.

    Edit - or watch that video
     
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    You can disable it in FORScan here:

    720-03-02 Cxxx xxxx - Tire Mobility Kit disabled in IPC
    720-03-02 Dxxx xxxx - Tire Mobility Kit enabled in IPC
     
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    Great info; thanks. Hey, do you know if in that same ID, changing the xxx8 to a xxx0 disables the IPC welcome (blue) screen? It's supposed to, but not sure it did. It's based on the F-150, but it's probably wrong, since the first digit does NOT have the info about the tire mobility kit you posted. I'd also like to eliminate the Ford animation for a 'quick boot', but the F-150 instruction doesn't work either. If you know how to accomplish those 2 tasks, I'd greatly appreciate the info :D. Thanks man.
     
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    You could just keep it as a reminder to check the tire pressure in your spare. I have heard stories of spares loosing a lot of air pressure over time. I'm leaving mine on for that reason.
     
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