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Old 07-12-2018, 10:33 AM
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Tire pressure sensor?

O.K., so yesterday i went to get my rear passenger tire patched casue had a hole. after they patched and refilled with air i notice that the rear passenger sensor was reading on the driver side rear. the two rear sensors are reading for the wrong side. how do i correct this?

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Ok so did any of the other tires get removed?



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Not sure if the newer TPMS need to go through a re-learn process or reset after a rotation or tire move. I think most of the new ones will reset themselves after like 10 miles or something of that nature. (obviously no expert here)

How many miles have you driven since having the work done?
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no the tire was placed back in the same rear passenger place. it had to have been like this previously to taking it in for the tire service but i just never noticed. the only reason i did notice is cause when tire was fixed they put 42 psi. i run about 30 psi. but the 42 psi reading was reading for the rear driver side. thinking they filled rear driver side to 42 i went to let the air out and the reading on the dash for the tire psi went down for the rear passenger. thats how i know they are reading the wrong side.
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Not sure if the newer TPMS need to go through a re-learn process or reset after a rotation or tire move. I think most of the new ones will reset themselves after like 10 miles or something of that nature. (obviously no expert here)

How many miles have you driven since having the work done?
at least 40 miles or so. still reading the same
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at least 40 miles or so. still reading the same
Welp, I got nothing. Certainly baffling, can't wait to see what the resolution for this is.
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They should be resetting themselves automatically after a bit of driving. Not sure why they aren't.
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