FCA vehicles have a watershed where they switched from one TPMS sensor setup to another. a 2015 cherokee should have the same as the renegade. When swapping tires, you should get an error once the originals are out of range. After a while, the new set should pair. Until that point expect to see an error. It is not instantaneous. THe speculation is ~20-25 minutes of continuous operation. TPMS prior to that switchover have to be paired to the car by a dealer. After, there is auto discovery of a sort.Let me explain what I need to know. I have 8 rims and tires, four winter and 4 summer all have tpms and the original one work but not the replacement ones even though they came off a 2015 cherokee, I own a 2015 renegade. When i turn the key on a warning comes on telling me to service my tpms, after starting the tire low air indicator symbol blinks for about 2 min. then stays on. Is it a fault?
It won't clear itself. The offending tire has to be brought up to at least 35 psi, as measured by the TPMS, before the warning will go away.The warning should clear itself. You may need to put a couple of miles on it. Don't use the pressure display in place of a tire pressure gauge. It is not that accurate (it has low resolution).