I really appreciate this thread. I purchased a 2023 Raptor 37 in February for all the money, and was pulling my hair out every time the TPMS Fault would go off after 15 miles of driving. It would always happen on my work commute at the same exact location every day. A fault would occur with the front drivers side tire. I found myself anticipating the alarm and getting increasingly irritated with it. My first attempt to resolve was a trip to the dealer. They "reset" it and said everything was good. My next attempt was replacing the sensor itself. Still no change. Next, I bought the OEM TPMS tool and followed the "learn" process, still no luck. Finally, I disconnected the battery to do a reset on the ECM. Still nothing. I also double checked all of the fuses to ensure all were seated properly. Nothing. After 1500 miles with this truck I was starting to second guess the purchase. I came across several posts about bad ECM's, and various control module faults and was thinking the worst. Especially since it is almost impossible to get a service appointment in this town. Then Last night I stumbled upon this thread. This morning before leaving for work I powered off the Pro Power inverter, and like magic, no TPMS fault! What a sigh of relief. Now, I'm just waiting for the fix to come out. Appreciate all who contributed to this thread.