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I had mytires rotated last week by the a Chevrolet dealership. I ask them to set thetire pressure at 50 psi. Immediately, upon driving away from the dealership, I noticedthat the TPMS for one tires was 15 psi low. I was in a hurry and didn’t go backto the dealership. The next time that I drove the car I obtained received a "ServiceTire Monitor System" message and the TPMS for the tire which was 15 psi low, now isblank (just dashes for pressure). I called the dealership and they said thatthe TPMS needs to be replaced. Seems like quite a coincidence that the TPMSfails almost immediately after the tire rotation.

I wouldappreciate anyone’s comments or suggestions about this issue. Thanks.
 

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Rob,

thanks for your reply. My Cruze is a 2011 so the battery may be weak. it just seems odd that the sensor started acting up immediately after the rotation. I will see if a relearn will help. Maybe this is something I can do myself through the "air release" method which I have read about on this forum.
 
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