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TPMS Reset/Relearn Tool

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Posted by Member # 1
Nov 10th 2019 @ 10:48 PM

If you have a 2010 or newer model vehicle, and have been given headaches with resetting your TPMS sensors when you have had your wheels swapped (they either forgot, or didn't do it properly), then I recommend buying the TPMS reset/relearn tool online and simply resetting it yourself. I recently bought one for $13 with free shipping, and it is coming from Canada. Once you have the tool and can do it yourself then tell your shop to exclude the TPMS reset fee from your request/invoice ($20 each time I swap tires in my case).

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