Tire Pressure Monitoring System - Low-Pressure Situation

Resetting Your C5/C6's Tire-Pressure-Monitoring System

James Berry Jun 1, 2009 0 Comment(s)

8. When the horn sounds, the IPC will direct you to move on to the next sensor. (The sequence is left front, right front, right rear, left rear.) The programming can be canceled at any time by turning the ignition off. If the programming is cancelled with fewer than four sensors learned, it will only accept the sensors programmed up to that point.

The following is a step-by-step procedure for reprogramming the C6 Corvettes sensors. This procedure requires a wheel-sensor-reprogramming tool:

1--6. These steps are the same as for the C5.7. Install the wheel-sensor-reprogramming tool over the left front valve stem. The horn will sound, indicating that the left front TPMS sensor is programmed. If this takes more than 15 seconds, pull the reprogramming tool back and try again. If the procedure fails after three tries, you'll need to start the sequence over from the beginning.

8. When the horn sounds, the IPC will direct you to move on to the next sensor. (The sequence is left front, right front, right rear, left rear.) The programming can be canceled at any time by turning the ignition off. If the programming is cancelled with fewer than four sensors learned, it will only accept the sensors programmed up to that point.

Sources

Forgeline
Dayton, OH 45439
800-886-0093
http://www.forgeline.com
Mid America Motorworks
Effingham, IL
866-866-0856
http://www.mamotorworks.com
OTC Tools
Owatonna, MN
800-533-6127
www.otctools.com

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