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Equinox Tire Pressure Sensor

runoxrunox Posts: 156
edited August 2014 in Chevrolet
Okay maybe I missed this one along the way. I rotated my tires, front to back. The pressure sensors are inside the tire.
I got a low tire pressure signal on my left rear. Went to look at and it was fine. Took and peek at the front and sure nuf, almost sitting on the rim.

My point is, the sensors on the front are recorded as being in the rear, where they were originally. Outside of stripping them off the rim and swapping them out, is there a way to redirect the sensor to the correct tire?

Comments

  • The Owner's Manual gives a complete procedure that you should follow after rotating tires.
  • runoxrunox Posts: 156
    Doh !
  • runoxrunox Posts: 156
    Not the simplest procedure. You would think you could bring up the tire pressure on the display, press the reset and be all set. ;)
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