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Mike - 5/14/2013 1:57:35 PM
   
Relearn After Rotate
There are many sources of when a "relearn" is required, but lets look at this from a pure process stand point.

If we always do a relearn we are insuring the vehicle is operative after you have serviced it.

This also makes sure that you are following a consistent process, which increases proficiency with TPMS.

What is your shop doing?

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public - 5/29/2013 1:12:19 PM
   
RE:Relearn After Rotate
We are only doing a relearn if we replace a sensor.

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Mike - 7/23/2013 8:41:50 PM
   
RE:Relearn After Rotate
TPMS is about a process. While most "rules" will state that a relearn is need when you replace a sensor, or the vehicle displays pressure by location. However, the BEST PRACTICE is to ALWAYS complete the relearn. This will complete the process, clear any codes, and insure the service preformed was properly completed.

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