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Old 07-02-2009, 04:09 AM   #1
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2011 Sedan WRX STI

Default TPMS Tool?

I went to my dealer today for my freen oil change and asked them to reset my TPMS to pick up my new wheel sensors and they wanted to charge me $50. They also told me that the system can only store one set of sensors at a time.

The reason I bought a new set of sensors for my new wheels is so that I could switch back and forth from summer and winter and use the TPMS. I am not happy that this is going to require going to the dealer each time at $50 a trip.

Is there an aftermarket tool that I can buy to switch the TPMS myself? $50 seems high to plug in and push a button to me!
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Old 07-02-2009, 09:16 AM   #2
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there are after market OBDII scan tools hich can reset thesystem but, they are expensive. The one we carry is $1325.00
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