Rotated my tires at 5k miles. I was running 5lbs more in my rear tires because I had been towing a heavy load the day before. Next time I drove the truck I saw the higher inflated tires were in the front. It does it auto-magically folks. No need for all this honking and hazard sorcery.
I purchased the tool but didn't need it when I swapped to winter tires / wheels and new TPMS sensors (TPMS-42). My Ranger learned the new sensors and positions within 2 miles of driving....Hey RangerPride,
I found this as well. The documentation says you need the tool. There are several really good you-tube video’s demonstrating the steps outlined.
As I commented on in my earlier post, I have never needed to perform this procedure to have my tire pressure show up properly in my dash display. I tend to drive with th the tire pressures displayed in the dash so I see it a lot.
Has anyone found they had to use the reset FOB?