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Old 05-04-2014, 08:23 PM
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Tire Pressure Sensors

This past winter, I purchased a set of used OEM 18" wheels for my 07 Screw Lariat 4x4 to use as winter wheels. I also bought new Ford OEM TPMS sensors for these wheels, as they didn't come with sensors. When I got a local tire shop to mount winter tires on these wheels and install on the truck, I got a "TPMS FAULT" on my dash display. It stayed on for about 3 weeks, so I went to the Ford dealer and they went around to each wheel and reset each sensor. That fixed the problem all winter. All was good till 2 weeks ago when I put my summer tires and stock/factory wheels back on. Now I'm getting the same "TPMS FAULT". Do I need to buy that $40 tool so I can reset them myself every spring and every fall? Should I expect this "communication problem" every time I swap my summer/winter wheels?
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Yes this will keep happening, the truck needs to be reprogrammed to those sensors. The other option is to use the same wheels and change the tires each season, but I would think that the tool is cheaper and easier than remounting tires twice a year
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I spent time on the forum here and learned how to enter "Relearn" mode (ignition on/off 3 times, brake pedal, etc), and I get the 2 horn honks and a message to relearn the LF wheel. I have a strong "welders" magnet I'm using, but to no avail. I can never get the 1st wheel to sync. Do I need to buy the tool from Ford? Stronger/different magnet??? What do you guys figure?
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