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I've run the search and read a bunch of posts which seem to be related to deletion of TPS or turning off.
My situation: 05' with stock "polished" wheels. I just ordered a chrome exchange thru WCC. I realize each sensor must go back to it's original corner, but is it still necessary to reprogram/relearn with a tool due to the loss of air pressure when swapping tire and sensor from wheel to wheel?
...or can it be as simple as wap and put back where they came from and the computer will "recognize" without relearning??

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......I realize each sensor must go back to it's original corner.......
Not at all!!! If they do go back on the same corner then no reprogramming will be required.


...... but is it still necessary to reprogram/relearn with a tool due to the loss of air pressure when swapping tire and sensor from wheel to wheel?
...or can it be as simple as wap and put back where they came from and the computer will "recognize" without relearning??

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Like mentioned above, the sensors don't have to go back on the same corner.

Butt.....if they do back on the same corner, no relearn procedure is required - nothing will have to be done and the TPMS will work normally.

If they get moved around to different corners, they will still work and send signals to the TPMS, but the DIC will display the pressures wrong - i.e., if the sensor that was in the RF is now in the LR, the DIC will show "RF 31 psi", but it will really be the pressure in the left rear. That's when you'll need to have the relearn procedure accomplished.

So.....if they get moved around use a tire sensor reset tool to do the "relearn" procedure, but if they go back on the same corner absolutely nothing has to be done.

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