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Rotated tires on 2002 Chrysler 300M.

How do I retrain the tire sensors? Went to menu and then step, chose retrain tire sensor and it asked yes or no. I chose yes but not sure what to do next?

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  • theormsbys10 Jan 03, 2009

    (answering my own question) Found the next step is to wait for the comands from the vehicle. It will ask; "train left front tire" first. Next step is to use a powerful magnet that surrounds the valve stem where the sensor is located (usually one in the trunk but not in my car). I used an old CB antenna magnet. Once the comand was posted to train left tire, I placed the magnet onto the valve stem. The horn chirped once and then ask to train right front tire and then the rest of the tires including the spare thereafter.

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You need a magnet. there should have been one provided with the spare tire and jack. when you select retrain sensors you must put the magnet on the drivers front tire valve stem. once the vehicle has learned the sensore new position the horn will chirp then you move onto the next tire in a clockwise rotation without neglecting the spare if it is a full size mounted on a rim with a sensor

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