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TPMS

Rik

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Hello All,

I am replacing the front wheel on my 2006 buick lucerne and wanted to add the TPMS from the old wheel to the new one and would like to know how to RESET the system afterwards. Thanks.
 

polarzak

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Ex-Lucerne Owner, Now loving two Chrysler 300s.
If your 06 is like my 06, it does not have a TPMS in the wheel. The 06 used a differenct system (a better one in my opinion), where the system measures wheel rotation speed in relation to the other wheels. If one is rolling slower (or faster, can't remember which), then it is recorded as a tire low on air. There is nothing to reset. 07 and on, uses the TPMS sensor in each tire.
 

Rik

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2006 Lucerne
If your 06 is like my 06, it does not have a TPMS in the wheel. The 06 used a differenct system (a better one in my opinion), where the system measures wheel rotation speed in relation to the other wheels. If one is rolling slower (or faster, can't remember which), then it is recorded as a tire low on air. There is nothing to reset. 07 and on, uses the TPMS sensor in each tire.
Okay. Thanks.
 
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