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11-16-2010, 07:44 AM #1
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TPMS service / sensor fail
Since the weather has gotten cold the TPMS of my ’07 Silverado intermittently looses a reading from one of the tire sensors. Is this sensor failing? Is there anything that can be done to repair the sensor or is it only replaceable? Are they all going to fail around the same time? Should I now replace all four?
Thanks!Brown '07 Silverado LTZ V-Max
11-16-2010, 03:41 PM #2
I had this same problem....not so much from the cold here in tucson however! Out started worth one sensor then progressed to where none of the m were transmitting.
Dealer tried to relearn them as the manual way wasnt working.
Long story short I replaced them one by one until they all worked..i ended up replacing 2 then the other 2 started working.....wired huh!
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