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Re: rotated tires on 2002 Chrysler 300M.
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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The sensors aren't wheel specific, the tire rotation won't have any effect on the reading as long as the pressure is set correctly. Just allow the unit 2 minutes to connect to the sensors in the wheels.
There is no formal retraining procedure necessary. Drive vehicle for a minimum of 10 minutes while maintaining a continuous speed above 15MPH. During this time the system will learn the new sensor ID and will clear any DTCs automatically.
make sure your spare tire has 35psi, you can get your tire light to go off by makeing sure all tires are at 35psi then just drive the car a few miles(2-5) and the car will automaticaly turn light off. as for coolant the green conventional works just fine
I have a 2005 with tire pressure monitoring also and was surprised when I rotated the tires that the system continued to work O.K. The manual says the dealer must retrain the sensors to recognize the tires but so far mine seem to be working just fine. Retraining probable requires digital readout box to reset the computer and unless you know someone who has one the dealer is probably your best bet.
that can only be done through the ecm(engine control module) main computer. you have to take it to a shop and have them reprogram the perameters with a scan tool. take it to a small shop it will be cheaper than going to a dealer. hope this helps......please rate this......thanks
heres what you do dont try to use the reset computer. the computer will reset it self. just make sure that when you put air in your tires the car is level... then using your tire guage bleed out each tire to 25 psi...now....pump your tires back up to 33psi each. i like to put in 33psi becouse when the tires heat up.. hot air expands so it should read 35psi to 36psi and thats ok.the computer will re set on is own after you,ve driven it around for a while.