Okay so forgive me if this is a beat to death topic but upon a quick search I cant find the answer I seek. I own a 2018 Mazda 3 GT hatchback, fully loaded. I've been on factory 18" Rims and the dunlop sp 5000's since the day I purchased it new. I recently ordered new tires, finally, that get delivered Monday 4-27-20 (215/45R18 Falken Ziex ZE960's) and I was considering having them mounted on a set of 18" Konig wheels (7.5j x 18 ET45). My only question is, it's my understanding the car uses an indirect type of TPMS sensor in conjunction with the abs system to detect tire pressure loss and trip the little light on the dash. Is that or rather is there something I need to have installed specifically on the Konig wheel to make it function properly or is it a complete standalone system on the brakes? I apologize, I'm typically fairly mechanically competent as I've completely built my '04 3i among other vehicles but I bought this one as a daily driver brand new and I've literally only ever changed the oil, air filters and wiper blades on it. Other than that it's bone stock and was under warranty for most of its life to date so I've never really dug into it hoping not to get that itch. Thanks in advance!