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I went to the stealership (lapse of a brain at the moment) to get my tpms sensors programmed since my usual mechanic said he usually just goes there. Thinking maybe

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Old 03-14-2019, 04:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I went to the stealership (lapse of a brain at the moment) to get my tpms sensors programmed since my usual mechanic said he usually just goes there. Thinking maybe 50-100 dollars at most, for something simple. They wanted 130 and got it. I was told my fronts took and we're programmed the backs won't and I can bring it back for free to be programmed once I sort that. Driving home I checked my DTCs and I had all four c1708-11 iirc popped. If one isn't happy are they not all happy?

I got Stealershipped, but hey, I got a "free" car wash right?

I have an EcuTek tune and checked the codes via the app/Bluetooth.
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You may want to consider a tool by Autel to do this yourself in the future.

There is a thread in the wheel /tire section called " TPMS Nonsense" with more details.

I stay away from dealerships unless warranty work is involved.

Also, sine I live in the Frozen North I have 2 sets of wheels / tires, Winter and Summer and swap them twice per year.

The tool was a bit spendy but on my second wheel change, which is comimg up in a month, it will have paid for itself...based on the asinine price the dealer wants for doing the re-learn.
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I went to a local shop and had it done for $30 last week and no lights. Should of just done that but I was in the area of Nissan and I figured it would of been $50 - $100 and they actually do something...
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Discount Tire reprograms TPMS for free

And don't ever let the dealership touch your paint. All they will do is scratch it up.
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