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Old 12-11-2012, 05:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Roman-dude View Post
the winter tires i picked up had older TPMS, so i got the new (used) ones to replace those and should have them installed shortly. but since that'll involve balancing the tires, i'd like to be able to check if TPMS's are actually in a good working order.. you know, to avoid rebalancing again.. is there a good way to quickly check that?
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A tire shop (such as a Firestone company store) with a hi-tech TPMS diagnostic tool should be able to test and tell you if the TPMS are in working order and of the correct frequency for your car. Your dealership should also be able to do this...$$$.
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