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TPMS sensor matching

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When using the TPMS sensor matching process can letting air out of the tire at the proper time instead of using the relearn tool work. This method is used by my Malibu but the Cruze manual only says to use the relearn tool.
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I rotated my tires yesterday and hate to say this, the Deflating method did not work on my 2012 ECO. I tried multiple times. So now I have 2 options: 1) Take my car to the dealer and pay $20 dollars to rematch the TPMS or 2) invest in the tool myself and in the long run save money.... I think option 2 is the best.'s prior posting about a lower cost ($62) alternative TPMS tool:
Just my tool on order so I can get my **** tpms rematched. The dealer wants to charge $20 dollors so guess this will be a great investment.
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