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    TPMS

    I need some help from the BBC knowledge base!

    I have a 2015 Silverado 1500.
    I had had a flat (picked up a nail) on the front passenger tire. Got two new tires from a shop by my house. I had them put the new tires on the back and they put the better of the "old" tires up front.

    Now the TPMS on the front passenger (the tire that was flat) is indicating 102 PSI. The pressure is not that high - I checked (though not sure if the tire would fail if it was?)

    is is there a "reset" or "recalibrate" feature? - do I need to take it back to the shop? Should they be responsible for fixing this or is it just bad luck and I'm shelling out more $$? I looked in the manual but it said something about a relearn tool - no idea what that is....

    thanks everyone!

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    I would have thought they would have checked the tpms once it was all back together.
    See if any of this helps.

    http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topi...tire-rotation/

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    Well from that link it looks like there is not much I can do on my own. Guess it is back to the shop!

    Thank you!

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    #4
    My last GMC you held the fob lock and unlock buttons until the horn blew.



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    Most all Dealers will reset your tpms for free. It takes them about 1 minute to do all four