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TPMS Error

Discussion in 'Chevy Silverado Forum (GMC Sierra)' started by Newfie_Darren, Nov 21, 2012.

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  1. Newfie_Darren

    Newfie_Darren New Member

    Had my local garage replace a TPMS that I supplied when I had my tires changed over as it was leaking air. I picked it up after hours and noticed when I started the truck the sensor was reading only 8 pds. I checked the tire pressure and it was at 35pds. I figured the sensor would adjust so I drove home. Next morning when I started up, I got a "Service TPMS" message, and that sensor was blank. So I'm thinking either the garage damaged it when they were installing it (although they have done two others for me in the past), or its a faulty sensor. Any opinions?

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  2. stchman

    stchman Active Member 1 Year 1000 Posts

    You need to let the local garage know.
     
  3. AMac

    AMac Member 2 Years GMTC Chick 500 Posts ROTM Winner

    I recently had my factory wheels put on to run for the winter and they have the factory TPMS installed. On the way home I noticed the driver's rear was registering as 0 psi. I called the dealership and they said just to bring it in so it can be "relearned". I asked the service rep. if that requires them to dismount the tire from the rim and he said no. my appt. is not until next week so unfortunately I don't know exactly what they're going to do but I assume it will be computer/programming related.
     
  4. RayVoy

    RayVoy Well-Known Member 2 Years 1000 Posts

    There is a procedure in the owner's manual, I haven't tried it yet (need to, the front and rears are reversed), it seems a little friggy, air up, air down, might get to it this weekend.
     
  5. HAPPY MOTORING

    HAPPY MOTORING New Member

    Sounds like they didn't do a road test to make sure everthing was repaired properly.Any time you have your tires rotated or a NEW sensor installed ,you should have the TPM'S relearned for most newer GM'S.I would take it back and have them perform a relearn of the TPMS.Also, if one is bad now you will most likely be replacing the other 3 within a year.The battery is designed to last 10 yrs and most do .However we have done a few at the dealership with less than 5 years on them
    hope this helps and HAPPY MOTORING
     

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